Terrorism

December 9th, 2016

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This topic focuses on U.S. National Security Issues, Domestic and International Terrorism.

We have highlighted popular Benghazi reports for quick referencing.
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Official Government Report:

[9] 2016.06.28 Official Findings by Select Committee on Benghazi

Our 8 Reports Exclusively to Benghazi

[8] 2013.05.15 White House Releases 100 Benghazi e-mails (OFFICIAL)

[7] 2013.05.05 More Evidence Mounting: Cover-up in Benghazi

[6] 2012.10.24 White House Cover Up Benghazi Attack (emails)

[5] 2012.10.01 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART V: Foreign Policy Fantasy

[4] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART IV: The Politics

[3] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, Part III: Security Lacking

[2] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART II: Global Campaign

[1] 2012.09.28 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, Part I: Apologize?

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The following are all of our U.S. National Security, Domestic and International Terrorism Issues:

2016

[21] Whistle-blower: Obama Admin Scrubbed Suspected Terrorists From DHS Database

[20] 2016.10.16 Hillary Clinton ADMITS: Saudi & Qatar Support Terrorism, While Clinton’s Accept Their Money

[19] 2016.09.19 YES, Iraq DID Have WMD’s – Proof

[18] 2016.06.28 Official Findings by Select Committee on Benghazi

2013

[17] 2013.06.02 Are Governments Afraid to Use the Word ‘Terrorist’?

[16] 2013.05.15 White House Releases 100 Benghazi e-mails (OFFICIAL)

[15] 2013.05.05 More Evidence Mounting: Cover-up in Benghazi

[14] 2013.05.05 Are U.S. Government Arm Sales Getting in The Hands of Terrorists?

[13] 2013.04.22 Analysis & Review: The Alleged Boston Terrorists

[12] 2013.04.18 FBI Releases Images of Suspects in Boston Marathon Terrorist Attack

2012

[11] 2012.11.03 Are You Smarter Than a Terrorist? Part II (Iran)

[10] 2012.10.24 White House Cover Up Benghazi Attack (emails)

[9] 2012.10.01 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART V: Foreign Policy Fantasy

[8] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART IV: The Politics

[7] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, Part III: Security Lacking

[6] 2012.09.30 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, PART II: Global Campaign

[5] 2012.09.28 U.S. Embassies & Staff Come Under Attack, Part I: Apologize?

2010

[4] 2010.07.23 Afghanistan – an Expensive Exercise in Futility

2009

[3] 2009.09.27 Are You Smarter Than a Terrorist?

[2] 2009.09.25 Former Terrorist and Coup Leader Calls U.N. Security Council “Terrorists”

[1] 2009.09.17 Strengthen the USA by Reducing Its Defensive Capabilities?

Related Subject: Our U.S. Foreign Policy reports can be found here.

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Merged Archive: International Security

The State Dept. continually makes revisions to its travel warning/ advisement pages, and has chopped up the links so bad from our noted travel advisement reports below, we are deferring to the state to publish such reports without further advisement, analysis or commentary. Please See Dept of State’s Travel Warning pages direct.

Other International Security issues that have not been deemed terror-related will appear below.

2016

2016-02-12 Dear FBI – Is this a Concern?

2010-2012

2012-09-17 List of Travel Warnings by U.S. State Department

2012-03-17 List of Travel Warnings by U.S. State Department

2010-05-16 List of Travel Warnings by U.S. State Department

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About the author:

Net Advisorstudied U.S. Intelligence agencies and related history as a senior project at USC. Analyzed and interpreted speeches, reports, studied behavioral patterns of terrorists, their belief systems and from other players. Wrote extensive reports including one titled, “Challenges of International Terrorism to the U.S. Intelligence Agencies.” Report was inspired by William Casey, a former Director of Central Intelligence (DCI). Prior to this, developed military strategy games from elementary school to adult. Watched father’s career that included over 30 years U.S. military service, retired BG. (These last two notes not in NetAdvisor’s regular bio.)

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