Remarks by President Biden on His Meetings in Saudi Arabia

July 16, 2022 Albert N. Milliron 0

the Saudis will open their airspace to all civilian carriers. That is a big deal. A big deal. Not only substan- — not only symbolically, but substantively, it’s a big deal. It means Saudi airspace is now open to flights to and from Israel. This is the first tangible step in the path of what I hope will eventually be a broader normalization of relations.

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WikiLeaks Documents: U.S. Intel has a security problem, should Americans trust them with their own sensitive information?

November 29, 2010 Politisite 0

(Politisite)–While the United States hit the Sunday news shows blasting the large document from of the website Wikileaks and calling for the site to be shut down and the founder Julian Assange to be prosecuted for espionage, one question seems to have gone unanswered. How did this site come to obtain hundreds of thousands of documents and cables that are supposedly secret and in the possession of some of our top security agencies?
How can a citizen of another country gain access to potentially damaging information? One answer stands out to this writer. Our intelligence agencies do not handle sensitive information appropriately.
The political spin Media spin, regurgitated by the Mainstream media is that this man and website are to blame for the sensitive information getting out for the U.S.citizens, our Allies and Enemies to read.