Tyrants demands & the 5 eyes of the snoops


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The exchange of intelligence was an important part of US-UK efforts during the second world war. This co-operation continued after the war, resulting in the UKUSA agreement of 1946. As a British dominion at the time, Australia was not party to the agreement in its own right, but all British dominions occupied a special status that elevated them above other “third-party” countries.
By 1955 the role of the other 5-Eyes nations was formalised when the agreement was updated: “At this time only Canada, Australia and New Zealand will be regarded as UKUSA-collaborating Commonwealth countries,” an annexure in the new agreement reads.
The Defence Signals Branch – now known as the Australian Signals Directorate – was to “collaborate directly”, with tasks as determined by the US National Security Agency, and “will exchange raw material, technical material and end product of these tasks”.

Fairdinkum Radio Show 26.06.14

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2 Responses to Tyrants demands & the 5 eyes of the snoops

  1. PeterBDunn says:

    DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome


    This project isn’t just for engineering any mammal’s genome, however; it’s specifically for the bioengineering of humans.

  2. pamea says:

    Not to forget the nutters :–
    The H1N1 flu virus from 2009 The H1N1 flu virus from 2009
    Professor Kawaoka’s most recent published research was on reconstructing the 1918 flu virus, the genetic structure which was known from samples retrieved from the frozen corpses of its victims buried in the Arctic, from wild strains of bird flu isolated from ducks. He managed to do this, but the study was widely criticised as “stupid” and “irresponsible”.

    Why does he want to do this work?

    The aim is to understand what is known as “gain of function”. What does it take, genetically, for a virus to become more infectious or more lethal? If we could understand this process then we would be in a better position to develop drugs, vaccines and other measures to protect ourselves from a sudden emergence of a new and deadly flu strain, or so Professor Kawaoka has argued.

    Does he have the support of other scientists?
    There is a big split within the scientific community over this kind of work. Some flu specialists support it, provided it is done under strictly regulated and controlled conditions. Others, mostly experts in infectious diseases outside the flu community, are passionately opposed to the work, claiming that the risks of an accidental (or even deliberate) release that will cause a devastating pandemic are too great to justify any practical benefits that may come out of the work.

    Have there been any accidental releases from labs in the past?

    Some experts cite the unexpected emergence of a new H1N1 strain of flu in 1977, which spread globally over three decades, as an early example of a flu virus being accidentally released from a lab. Genetic evidence points to it having escaped from a lab in China or the Soviet Union.

    There are many examples of other infectious agents escaping from labs. Smallpox virus escaped from Birmingham Medical School in 1978 and killed a medical photographer, Janet Parker, the last person to die of smallpox. Foot and mouth virus escaped in 2007 from a veterinary lab in Surrey and in 2004 the SARS virus escaped from a high-containment lab in Beijing, infecting nine people before it was stopped.”


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