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Electronic Freedom of Information Act

Posted in gov files, misk on December 8, 2010 by Agent Foxx

Electronic Freedom of Information Act
Amendments of 1996
Public Law 104-231
Put into play by:104th Congress

Below I posted the act in pdf because its 8.3 pages long and thats a little big to put into the post box
click foia to see the pdf foia

BTW The Constitution of The United States Of America
and the
Declaration of Independence
along with the
Electronic Freedom of Information Act
Are now in the files page as archives in pdf.

Agent Foxx

Dr. John A. Palmer

Posted in gov files, info attack, misk, random on December 1, 2010 by Agent Foxx


John A. Palmer graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in psychology and received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. After spending two years on the psychology faculty at McGill University, he entered parapsychology on a full-time basis. In addition to heading the graduate program in parapsychology at John F. Kennedy University from 1977-1981, he has held research positions at the University of Virginia, University of California at Davis, and the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands. He has served twice as President of the Parapsychological Association. He is presently Director of Research at the Rhine Research Center in Durham, NC, where he also edits the Journal of Parapsychology and serves as Director of their Summer Study Program for students. Dr. Palmer has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters, and he is co-author of the book Foundations of Parapsychology: Exploring the Boundaries of Human Capability.

Director of Research, Rhine Research Center Durham, NC
President of the Parapsychological Association 1971, 1979, 1992.
Editor, Journal of Parapsychology

The Parapsychological Association, Inc. (PA) is the international professional organization of scientists and scholars engaged in the study of ‘psi’ (or ‘psychic’) experiences, such as telepathy, clairvoyance, remote viewing, psychokinesis, psychic healing, and precognition.

Such experiences seem to challenge contemporary conceptions of human nature and of the physical world. They appear to involve the transfer of information and the influence of physical systems independently of time and space, via mechanisms we cannot currently explain.

The primary objective of the Parapsychological Association is to achieve a scientific understanding of these experiences.

In view of this, PA members develop and refine methodologies for studying psi and its physical, biological or psychological underpinnings. They assess hypotheses and theories through experiments, conceptual models and field investigations, and seek to integrate their findings with other scientific domains. PA members also explore the meaning and impact of psychic experiences in human society, and assess the possibility of practical applications and technologies.
While covering a wide range of perspectives, the PA, as a whole, is committed to:

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Promoting scholarship and scientific inquiry into currently unexplained aspects of human experience
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Disseminating responsible information to the wider public and to the scientific community
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Integrating this information with knowledge from other disciplines

Psi research: balancing openness and rigor
Psi experiences have been reported throughout history, in all cultures. Even today, as multiple surveys show, a wide segment of the world’s population reports having had at least one experience that they believe to have been psychic.

These experiences, and the phenomena associated with them, are the subject matter of parapsychology. PA members use well-developed scientific methods to determine to what extent psi phenomena can be explained through presently understood processes — whether physical or psychological — and to what extent they may point to unknown forces and laws, or necessitate a revised model of consciousness and its relationship to the world.

Historically, science has made major advances in its understanding of the world through observation of ‘anomalies’– phenomena or data that did not fit into the concepts of the time. On the other hand, scientific and academic institutions are justifiably cautious about adopting radically new principles, and they tend to be quite conservative in accepting the reality of anomalous phenomena.

The PA is dedicated to ensuring that legitimate caution does not equate to dismissal or active avoidance, thus merely propagating our ignorance. To preclude science from stagnating into dogma, it is vital that we improve our understanding of our world, of ourselves and our experience. If new principles of physics, biology or psychology do underlie psi experiences, then our current knowledge of human nature and the world around us is incomplete — and it will remain so, until the scientific community makes a sustained effort to understand these experiences.

An interdisciplinary matrix
Most likely, psi phenomena involve complex interactions between various subjective, interpersonal and environmental factors. Accordingly, parapsychology is an interdisciplinary field, with specialists from the biological, physical, behavioral and social sciences. Approaches for investigating psi vary widely, including laboratory experimentation, field work, analytical studies, phenomenological approaches, case studies, surveys and historical research. PA members also engage in the construction of theoretical models and the development of new methodological and statistical tools.

The diversity found within PA membership also leads to many different ‘schools of thought’ regarding the phenomena studied — ranging from those who suspect that psi will eventually turn out to be an artifact of no major significance, to those who believe it will be accounted for through new developments in physics or biology, to those who argue that psi phenomena suggest a basis for spiritual beliefs.

PA Conventions and Publications
The PA provides an international forum for scholarly exchange through annual conferences, generally held in North America or in Europe, and through publication of the proceedings from these conferences. The PA has also sponsored special sessions for interdisciplinary scientific audiences, such as the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

There are five PA-affiliated, peer-reviewed journals: The Journal of Parapsychology, the Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, the European Journal of Parapsychology, and the International Journal of Parapsychology. PA members publish their work in these journals, as well as in the journals of their respective disciplines or in interdisciplinary publications.

About the organization
The PA was first established in 1957, and has been an affiliated organization of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) since 1969. As of the year 2002, there are approximately 300 PA members from all over the world.

The PA is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, governed by Bylaws and with nine elected Directors. The PA is a non-adjudicating organization and endorses no ideologies or beliefs other than the value of rigorous scientific and scholarly inquiry.

TAKE A NOTE: EVERY TIME I SEARCHED JOHN A PALMER ON THE CIA IT SAY ERROR OR MY CONNECTION WAS RESET.
THE FBI WAS MORE COOPERATIVE BUT NO DICE.

pklett92
pklett92@gmail.com
12.106.247.131
Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 17:41

“there not making weres…The tests have more to do with super strength, and stamina abilities, following Hitlers plan is basically the jest of it…The ultimate super human with the attributes that correspond to the likes of the new game prototype. They are making several different types of these super humans including tanks, stealth specialists, and gunners with abilities corresponding to the human body never before seen in the history of mankind. Its extremely scary and interesting at the same time. not leaking were I got this info from, but the images are spectacular…”

pklett92
pklett92@gmail.com
12.106.247.131
Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 17:57

“its an abomination, and im reading here that they are planning on dispatching several of these things into the middle east pretty soon so there may be a interesting headline on nbc come Wednesday or later. O and here it sais that temporary changes can be taken through a serum…holly *^&^#”

pklett92
pklett92@gmail.com
12.106.247.131
Submitted on 2009/09/24 at 18:05

“yeah there working on one is what I meant. “scientist john Palmer researches the possible alternative to full change” is what I read.”

Im about as confused as you are rite now ill hope fully have some more on this guy soon im looking for one of his books to.

Agent Foxx

lol look at how they messed up big time!?!

Posted in gov files, info attack, misk, random on July 7, 2010 by Agent Foxx

Message from the Director: Independence Day

Statement to Employees by Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Leon E. Panetta on Independence Day
July 1, 2010

We at the CIA celebrate our national birthday knowing that we help protect a great country. In defending it, we help preserve values fundamental to all humanity: that we are created equal, and that all people “are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Those words are America. Our country holds a special place in the world. Our leaders are elected, our rights are clear, and our laws matter. We have championed those principles beyond our shores so that others can benefit from the truth and reason embodied in the Declaration of Independence. Its message is timeless and knows no borders.

CIA’s mission is to safeguard America. We can accomplish that only if we reflect the very best of America. That is a commitment each of us must make, each and every day. I am deeply grateful for your service—especially those of you on duty this weekend—and I’m very proud of your exceptional dedication to what Independence Day is all about.

Have a happy Fourth!

Leon E. Panetta

Posted: Jul 01, 2010 12:03 PM
Last Updated: Jul 01, 2010 12:04 PM
Last Reviewed: Jul 01, 2010 12:03 PM

According to this it is only speaking to employees of the CIA.
“are endowed by their Creator” wtf? are you seeing what I’m seeing?
“benefit from the truth and reason embodied in the Declaration of Independence” what the hell you corrupted it you greedy bitches!?!
“Its message is timeless and knows no borders.”another mention of a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT!
wow lol only “exceptional dedication” lol they ain’t dedicated there greedy and want the money. (unless of course they are blind of this situation)

I always love how they screw up.

till next time
AgentFoxx

CIA and U-2: A 50-Year Anniversary

Posted in gov files on May 13, 2010 by Agent Foxx

CIA and U-2: A 50-Year Anniversary

Fifty years ago, on May 1, 1960, a Soviet missile brought down a CIA U-2 near the city of Sverdlovsk deep in Russia. The shoot-down had serious consequences. Apart from heightening Cold War tensions, it marked the end of a remarkably successful collection program against the Soviet Union, and was certainly a life-changing event for Francis Gary Powers, the civilian pilot who miraculously survived the crash.

Building the U-2

U-2
An early U-2 in flight.

The story began in the early 1950s when the United States realized that it knew dangerously little about the Soviet Union. Over the strenuous objections of then-Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) Allen Dulles, who insisted that CIA’s focus should remain human intelligence, President Dwight Eisenhower decided that the CIA, and not the military, should develop an overhead collection program.

The result was that the brilliant and extremely energetic Richard Bissell, operating as Special Assistant to the DCI, became the Agency’s project manager for the development of a photo reconnaissance plane that would fly far above Soviet air defenses. Bissell in turn worked with Kelly Johnson, of Lockheed’s famous “Skunkworks,” and the only slightly less famous Edwin Land, the developer of the Polaroid camera. Together, in the space of 18 months, they created, tested, and fielded the U-2, a power glider that:

* Could fly at 70,000 feet
* Had a range of 2,950 miles and
* Carried the finest camera lenses in the world.

In the Hands of the Soviets

Nikita Khrushchev
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev viewing paraphernalia from Powers’s U-2. Photo: Courtesy of National Archives.

The U-2 was ready to leave the nest in the summer of 1956. Concerned by the potential for international incidents, and even war, that overflights of the Soviet Bloc could cause, Eisenhower reserved the right to approve missions himself. Eisenhower limited the number of missions to what he considered the minimum to close vital intelligence gaps, which the photographs from the U-2 did with great success.

Between 1956 and 1960, there followed an arms race within an arms race. Soviet radars tracked most, if not all, U-2 flights over Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, but their missiles and fighters could not reach high enough to shoot the U-2 down. All the Soviets could do was to deliver protest notes to the United States, and push their developers for technological or tactical breakthroughs, while American developers tried in vain to make the U-2 invisible to radar. After many failures, the Soviets were able to get a missile close enough to a U-2 for a kill on May 1, 1960.

American pilot, spy film, and wreckage in hand, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev played the situation for all it was worth, scoring propaganda victories while the United States countered with the weak cover story that the lost U-2 had been a weather plane that had wandered off course. At the previously scheduled Four Power Summit in mid-May, Khrushchev demanded an apology from Eisenhower. When Eisenhower refused, the talks collapsed.

Powers’ Fate

Francis Gary Powers
The pilot, Francis Gary Powers, using a model of the U-2 to brief American listeners on his ordeal after being released from Soviet prison.

After a show trial, Powers received a 10-year sentence. He served 18 months of that sentence before being exchanged for the Soviet “illegal” Rudolf Abel, who had been in a federal prison after years of coordinating a spy ring from his apartment in New York City.

Upon return to the United States, Powers faced numerous inquiries, including a formal board convened by CIA. Despite pressure from DCI John McCone to find fault with Powers, the CIA board of inquiry exonerated him, and he eventually received an Intelligence Star for his services.

He went on to work as a test pilot at Lockheed, write a book, and, sadly, die in 1977 while piloting a helicopter for a TV station.

Paving the Way for the Future

In retrospect, was the U-2 program against the Soviets worthwhile? Arguably, yes. Though the program was exposed by Powers’ crash in 1960, before that time it produced intelligence that allowed the United States to moderate its responses in the arms race with the Soviets, and thereby helped to keep the peace.

Moreover, the United States now had an airframe that it or its allies could use against other targets, and which both the (Nationalist) Chinese and U.S. Air Forces went on to fly. It proved to be a useful complement to the reconnaissance satellites that began to produce imagery a few months after Powers was shot down.

The CIA Museum contains various pieces from the history of the U-2, among them a piece of the wreckage of Powers’s plane, a pressure suit worn by early U-2 pilots, and the model that Powers used when giving testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee following his release from the Soviet Union in 1962.

Posted: May 13, 2010 11:02 AM
Last Updated: May 13, 2010 01:15 PM
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Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates Visits CIA Headquarters

Posted in gov files on March 11, 2010 by Agent Foxx

February 19, 2010

Today Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates visited CIA Headquarters, where he met with CIA Director Leon E. Panetta, addressed the Agency’s workforce, and received briefings on important national security matters.

Director Panetta and Secretary Gates discussed the vital cooperation between the CIA and the United States military—especially in the war zones—and ways to make that partnership even stronger.

“At every level—from strategic analysis to targeting support—CIA officers have never worked more closely with our DoD colleagues,” said Director Panetta. “Ever since our Jawbreaker team set foot in Afghanistan in September 2001, CIA has become a more agile and mobilized intelligence agency, with more of our officers serving alongside our partners in uniform.”

Secretary Gates told Agency employees that “there has never been a better fusion of military operations and intelligence in the history of warfare.”

Director Panetta noted the Secretary’s long and distinguished government career, which includes 27 years of outstanding service with the CIA. He started as an intelligence analyst and rose to a number of senior positions, culminating in his tenure as Director of Central Intelligence from 1991 to 1993.

“Bob Gates is not only a friend of this Agency,” said Director Panetta. “He’s part of our history and a member of our family. He remains as committed as ever to the course he set for himself when he joined the CIA back in 1966: dedicating his exceptional talent and skills to keeping America safe and its people secure.”

Director Panetta presented Secretary Gates the CIA Director’s Award, which recognizes superior contributions in the fields of intelligence and national security. The Secretary’s “consummate understanding of intelligence and its application to policy,” the citation reads, “has enhanced the effectiveness of U.S. forces, advanced our nation’s interests worldwide, and strengthened the bond between CIA officers and their military colleagues in conducting their shared and essential mission.”

Posted: Feb 19, 2010 03:49 PM
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2010 03:49 PM
Last Reviewed: Feb 19, 2010 03:49 PM