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Vid below: Gary McKinnon, 42, faces charges in the United States for what officials say were a series of cyber attacks that stole passwords, attacked military networks and wrought hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of computer damage. Prosecutors allege that McKinnon hacked into than 90 computer systems belonging to the U.S.Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Defense and NASA between February 2001 and March 2002, causing $900,000 worth of damage. McKinnon has acknowledged accessing the computers, but he disputes the reported damage and said he did it because he wanted to find evidence that America was concealing the existence of aliens. He was caught in 2002 after some of the software used in the attacks was traced back to his girlfriend's e-mail accounts
Hegelian Dialectic Process (pdf) In the last two hundred years there isn't a single area of society
that hasn't been influenced by facilitators of transformation education. For complete
control of the masses a dictatorship is not necessary, although it does expedite the
process. The collective molding begins early in life, sustained and refined throughout
one's formal education; a universal curriculum of manipulation can transform and
achieve a complete paradigm shift for a whole generation.
Welcome to my web site. My name is James Thomas Fleming, former Project Coordinator of the National Intelligence Service. You have probably never heard of the NIS. It is not unlike the CIA, but I assure you its past is much darker. This is my story which I would recommend for everyone to read.
The NIS is the most secretive government agency in existance. They conduct foreign and domestic intelligence operations, keep files on everyone (including you) and devise high technology for use in intelligence and weapons systems for the government. The NIS was created by executive order with the signing of the National Security Act of 1947. So secret was to be the nature of the NIS that its name was not even referred to in the text of the act - it exists due to a deliberate loophole in the language. They receive billions of dollars of defense funding annually, which is covered up by attributing it to other agencies, and various public service programs which do not actually exist.
My background in government work found me at NIS headquarters in Washington D.C. one cold winter day. I was applying for a job through the advice of a friend of mine who worked there. The building was relatively small and unassuming. On the hazy glass of the door to the recruitment center was the seal of the NIS; an eagle with its wings spread, with thirteen stars representing the original colonies in a circular formation. The motto, "Vigilantis pretium Liberatis" - Vigilance is the price of Freedom.
I was interviewed, given a polygraph and sent on my way. It was nothing new to a government guy like me. The next day I received a phone call saying that I had gotten the job as an operations specialist.
For three years, I worked conducting counterintelligence activities. My background in psychology eventually got me assigned to the Behavioral Science Unit. At the BSU, we profiled foreign and domestic officials of particular interest and sent our findings on up the line. We were also given essentially free reign to conduct research at NIS general laboratories in Bethesda, MD. This was a mistake on the part of the agency - my collegues and I in the unit soon began to diverge off onto a path of research into what are known as "altered states" - we were interested in the possible forceful induction of hypnotic states by means of drugs and/or neural stimulation by means of light, sound and radiation.
It was during this stage that we found a "magic bullet". In this case, it was a certain frequency and type of sound that causes instantanious depression of neurotransmitters in the higher regions of the brain. This, we found conclusively, effectively deactivated the conscious mind, reducing an individual to basic stimulus-response operations; not unlike an animal.
We eagerly reported our research findings to the Assistant Project Coordinator. This was no small breakthrough in the field of psychology. In fact, the oversight commission had a special meeting just to learn of our findings. They were pleased, but wanted more research to be conducted before any operations applications were devised. Our experiments were acknowledged as an official project and assigned the codename TKREALM.
So we began experiments on humans, as it was apparent that this system was only effective on them, and we didn't want to waste time with animal experiments. We posted a bogus add in the paper, asking for people who wanted to be models to appear for screening. We would take them each into a room, sit them down and tell them we'd be right back. Then the signal was turned on. Through a one-way mirror, we observed the subject slump in their seat, as though dead. Then we began conditioning them to perform tasks. First they were simple, like picking up a ball. Then, through successive approximation, we managed to get them to play tunes on a synthesizer and do other complex things. Of course, operational use was always foremost. We started conditioning them to shoot firearms into a dummy target on an indoor range, and to slip capsules into drinks in an unassuming fashion. Soon we realized what we had created in our study already - a legion of zombie assassins.
The effects of the treatment were biological in nature, although we were not certain as to which neurotransmitter blockers were being secreted, or from which gland. The symptoms would wear off, but only after several hours without treatment. It was unknown how long someone could survive the state.
It was after the submittal of our second report that the Project Coordinator, who had been contemplating retirement, selected me to succeed him. After almost a year as the acting PC, I was confirmed by the Senate Intelligence committee. This position of power was totally unexpected for me, and although I had reservations, I was grateful.
No longer working in the lab, I began to devote more funding to my collegues to continue the research we had started together. It was not long thereafter that I received the first report of "incident".
The phone call woke me up at 6:00am. A female subject in one of the experiments had blown the head off of an NIS field agent with his own service weapon (an HK USP). When I asked how it happened, there was dead silence for a few seconds, then "I think you should get down here, sir."
Special Agent Charles Hayward was dead in the hallway. His body had not been moved. I put on the gloves, as usual, and made a visual inspection of the scene. Blood and brain matter caked the wall. The sight was sickening. It was at this point that the reality of the situation hit me - the program must be terminated.
The woman soon regained her consciousness and showed no signs of any memory of the event. Rather than tell her the shocking truth of what she had done (which would have compromised security anyway), we sent her on her way.
I called an emergency meeting with the oversight committee. The project was immediately discontinued at NIS, but I found that details had been piped to DoD (Department of Defense) all along! This enfuriated me. As coordinator, I had the final word in any joint operations, and this was a clear violation. The responsible party had vanished without a trace - only later did I find that he was a plant for the National Security Agency. The research, I am sure, has continued outside of the hands of the NIS. Determined to stop it, I sent memos to the white house.
For my insistance on moral grounds, I was "awarded" removal from my position and blacklisted for further government employment. The order came from the top of the executive branch.
Revealing this story on the Internet for the first time makes me liable to criminal indictment. Before they tear down this page, MAKE A COPY! PRINT IT AND SEND IT TO YOUR SENATOR OR CONGRESSMAN! Please; you are my only hope of propogating the truth about this project.
-- Jim Fleming
Please send me an e-mail to express your views or ask for any information. You had better do so before I am "strung up" by the authorities for creating this site.
Jims was supposedly arrested and his web site has been shut down
It sounds like a tired joke--but a group of airline employees insist they are in earnest, and they are upset that neither their bosses nor the government will take them seriously.
A flying saucerlike object hovered low over O'Hare International Airport for several minutes before bolting through thick clouds with such intense energy that it left an eerie hole in overcast skies, said some United Airlines employees who observed the phenomenon.
Was it an alien spaceship? A weather balloon lost in the airspace over the world's second-busiest airport? A top-secret military craft? Or simply a reflection from lights that played a trick on the eyes?
Officials at United professed no knowledge of the Nov. 7 event--which was reported to the airline by as many as a dozen of its own workers--when the Tribune started asking questions recently. But the Federal Aviation Administration said its air traffic control tower at O'Hare did receive a call from a United supervisor asking if controllers had spotted a mysterious elliptical-shaped craft sitting motionless over Concourse C of the United terminal.
No controllers saw the object, and a preliminary check of radar found nothing out of the ordinary, FAA spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory said.
The FAA is not conducting a further investigation, Cory said. The theory is the sighting was caused by a "weather phenomenon," she said.
The UFO report has sparked some chuckles among controllers in O'Hare tower.
"To fly 7 million light years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable," said O'Hare controller and union official Craig Burzych.
Some of the witnesses, interviewed by the Tribune, said they are upset that neither the government nor the airline is probing the incident.
Whatever the object was, it could have interfered with O'Hare's radar and other equipment, and even created a collision risk, they said.
The Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (the term that extraterrestrial-watchers nowadays prefer over Unidentified Flying Object) was first seen by a United ramp worker who was directing back a United plane at Gate C17, according to an account the worker provided to the National UFO Reporting Center.
The sighting occurred during daylight, about 4:30 p.m., just before sunset.
All the witnesses said the object was dark gray and well defined in the overcast skies. They said the craft, estimated by different accounts to be 6 feet to 24 feet in diameter, did not display any lights.
Some said it looked like a rotating Frisbee, while others said it did not appear to be spinning. All agreed the object made no noise and it was at a fixed position in the sky, just below the 1,900-foot cloud deck, until shooting off into the clouds.
Witnesses shaken by sighting
"I tend to be scientific by nature, and I don't understand why aliens would hover over a busy airport," said a United mechanic who was in the cockpit of a Boeing 777 that he was taxiing to a maintenance hangar when he observed the metallic-looking object above Gate C17.
"But I know that what I saw and what a lot of other people saw stood out very clearly, and it definitely was not an [Earth] aircraft," the mechanic said.
One United employee appeared emotionally shaken by the sighting and "experienced some religious issues" over it, one co-worker said.
A United manager said he ran outside his office in Concourse B after hearing the report about the sighting on an internal airline radio frequency.
"I stood outside in the gate area not knowing what to think, just trying to figure out what it was," he said. "I knew no one would make a false call like that. But if somebody was bouncing a weather balloon or something else over O'Hare, we had to stop it because it was in very close proximity to our flight operations."
Some joke, others research
The databases of various UFO-watching groups are full of accounts filed by pilots about sightings of unknown aircraft and anomalies that affected navigational equipment onboard planes.
Whether any of the UFO incidents are real or merely the result of individual perceptions, some experts say the events pose a potential safety risk to pilots and their passengers.
"There have been documented cases where safety appears to have been implicated, and more and more we are coming to the point of view that we are dealing with an intelligent phenomenon," said Richard Haines, science director at the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena, a private agency.
"We must be proactive before an aircraft goes down," said Haines, a former chief of the Space Human Factors Office at NASA's Ames Research Center.
Haines is investigating the O'Hare incident. He said he has determined that no weather balloons were launched in the vicinity of O'Hare on Nov. 7.
"It's absurd that the military would be conducting aerial test flights" near the airport, Haines said.
All the witnesses to the O'Hare event, who included at least several pilots, said they are certain based on the disc's appearance and flight characteristics that it was not an airplane, helicopter, weather balloon or any other craft known to man.
United denies UFO report
They're not sure what was hanging out for several minutes in the restricted airspace, but they are upset that no one in power has taken the matter seriously.
A United spokeswoman said there is no record of the UFO report. She said United officials do not recall discussion of any such incident.
"There's nothing in the duty manager log, which is used to report unusual incidents," said United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy. "I checked around. There's no record of anything."
The pilots of the United plane being directed back from Gate C17 also were notified by United personnel of the sighting, and one of the pilots reportedly opened a windscreen in the cockpit to get a better view of the object estimated to be hovering 1,500 feet above the ground.
The object was seen to suddenly accelerate straight up through the solid overcast skies, which the FAA reported had 1,900-foot cloud ceilings at the time.
"It was like somebody punched a hole in the sky," said one United employee.
Witnesses said they had a hard time visually tracking the object as it streaked through the dense clouds.
It left behind an open hole of clear air in the cloud layer, the witnesses said, adding that the hole disappeared within a few minutes.
The United employees interviewed by the Tribune spoke on condition of anonymity.
Some said they were interviewed by United officials and instructed to write reports and draw pictures of what they observed, and that they were advised by United officials to refrain from speaking about what they saw.
Federal agency backtracks
Like United, the FAA originally told the Tribune that it had no information on the alleged UFO sighting. But the federal agency quickly reversed its position after the newspaper filed a Freedom of Information Act request.
An internal FAA review of air-traffic communications tapes, a step toward complying with the Tribune request, turned up the call by the United supervisor to an FAA manager in the airport tower, Cory said.
Cory said the weather might have factored into what the witnesses thought they saw.
"Our theory on this is that it was a weather phenomenon," she said. "That night was a perfect atmospheric condition in terms of low [cloud] ceiling and a lot of airport lights. When the lights shine up into the clouds, sometimes you can see funny things. That's our take on it."
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