Britain’s Gatwick Airport closed due to reported sightings of drones

SOURCE: INTEL NEWS On the heels of chaotic scenes at Britain’s Gatwick Airport, which remained closed for three days due to reported sightings of drones, the Islamic State has released images on social media showing drones carrying packages to large Western cities. The images, which appear to be PhotoShopped, have reignited concerns that the group may be close to … Read moreBritain’s Gatwick Airport closed due to reported sightings of drones

Reaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria

SOURCE: CAITLIN JOHNSTONE Since I last wrote about the bipartisan shrieking, hysterical reaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria the other day, it hasn’t gotten better, it’s gotten worse. I’m having a hard time even picking out individual bits of the collective freakout from the political/media class to point at, because doing so would diminish the frenetic … Read moreReaction to Trump’s planned military withdrawal from Syria

Islamic State is sitting on a mountain of stolen cash

SOURCE: TRIANGULUM-INTEL.COM Via: Washington Post IRBIL, Iraq — More than a year after the collapse of its self-declared caliphate, the Islamic State is sitting on a mountain of stolen cash and gold that its leaders stashed away to finance terrorist operations and ensure the organization’s survival years into the future, intelligence officials and terrorism experts say. As the … Read moreIslamic State is sitting on a mountain of stolen cash

EU-backed deal that has almost no chance of passing

SOURCE: ZERO HEDGE After months of pushing an EU-backed deal that has almost no chance of passing Parliament (at least, as of now), Theresa May’s strategizing as she seeks to run out the clock until Brexit day has come to resemble a nightmarish loop: May tries to whip up votes for her deal, MPs either resign, … Read moreEU-backed deal that has almost no chance of passing

Indian government ntercepting, monitoring, and decrypingt data on any computer

SOURCE: FAST COMPANY The Indian government has authorized 10 central agencies to intercept, monitor, and decrypt data on any computer, sending a shock wave through citizens and privacy watchdogs. Narendra Modi’s government late Thursday broadened the scope of Section 69 of the nation’s IT Act, 2000 to require a subscriber, service provider, or any person in … Read moreIndian government ntercepting, monitoring, and decrypingt data on any computer