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Flickr Secretary Tillerson and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir Address Reporters in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir address reporters at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 23, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Bishop Cantú in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Bishop of the Diocese of Las Cruces, NM and chair of the Committee on International Justice and Peace of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Oscar Cantú at the U.S. Department of State on March 23, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Secretary Johnson in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Boris Johnson during the Meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition on the Defeat of ISIS at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Attends the Afternoon Ministerial Plenary of the Global Coalition Working in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, flanked by Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS Brett McGurk attends the afternoon Ministerial Plenary of the Global Coalition Working to Defeat ISIS at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Attends a Ministerial Working Luncheon in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attends a Ministerial Working Luncheon of the Global Coalition Working to Defeat ISIS at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Attends a Ministerial Working Luncheon of the Global Coalition Working to Defeat ISIS
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attends a Ministerial Working Luncheon of the Global Coalition Working to Defeat ISIS at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Poses for a Family Photo With his Counterparts at the Meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson poses for a family photo with counterparts at the Meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition on the Defeat of ISIS in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Foreign Ministers Listen on as Secretary Tillerson Delivers Opening Remarks at the Meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition on the Defeat of ISIS
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Foreign Ministers listen on as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivers opening remarks at the Meeting of the Ministers of the Global Coalition on the Defeat of ISIS at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Shakes Hands With Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shakes hands with Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. on March 22, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Çavuşoğlu, ABD'de "IŞİD'le mücadele" toplantısına katılacak
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ABD Dışişleri Bakanı Rex Tillerson ile telefonda görüşen Dışişleri Bakanı Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, yarın çeşitli temaslarda bulunmak ve ‘IŞİD’le mücadele’ toplantısına katılmak üzere ABD’ye gidecek.
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With President Xi Jinping

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, on March 19, 2017. [State Department photo/Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With President Xi Jinping
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, on March 19, 2017. [State Department photo/Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With President Xi Jinping
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China, on March 19, 2017. [State Department photo/Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson is Greeted Upon Arrival in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is greeted upon arrival in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson is Greeted Upon Arrival in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is greeted upon arrival in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Arrives in Beijing, China
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Boards his Plane Before his Departure to Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson boards his plane at Osan Air Base, South Korea before his departure to Beijing on March 18, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Shares a few Words With Chargé d'affaires Marc Knapper Before Departing South Korea
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shares a few words with Chargé d'affaires Marc Knapper before departing South Korea at Osan Air Base on March 18, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Poses for a Photo With the Presidential Security Service at Osan Air Base
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson poses for a photo with the Presidential Security Service that accompanied him during his visit to South Korea at Osan Air Base, South Korea on March 18, 2017. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With State Councilor Yang Jiechi
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with State Councilor Yang Jiechi during a bilateral meeting in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Addresses Media in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses media during a joint press conference with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Addresses Media in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses media during a joint press conference with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Address Media in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Foreign Minister Wang Yi address media during a joint press conference in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

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Flickr Secretary Tillerson and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Address Media in Beijing
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Foreign Minister Wang Yi address media during a joint press conference in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Foreign Minister Wang Yi During a Bilateral Meeting
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a bilateral meeting in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Foreign Minister Wang Yi During a Bilateral Meeting
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a bilateral meeting in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi Welcomes Secretary Tillerson
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is welcomed by Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing, China, on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr 170317-A-HU462-448
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North Korean village of Kijong-dong as seen from an observation point located within the Joint Security Area (JSA) inside the Korean Demilitarized Zone, Mar. 17, 2017. Kijong-dong is widely referred to as the “Propaganda Village” and is believed to be a decoy for luring South Korean defectors. U.S. Army photo by SFC Sean K. Harp


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Flickr 170317-A-HU462-442
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Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, United Nations Commander, Combined Forces Commander, and United States Forces Korea commander, and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speak at an observation point located within the Joint Security Area (JSA) inside the Korean Demilitarized Zone, Mar. 17, 2017. Secretary Tillerson made a stop in Korea during his first visit to Asia as Secretary of State. U.S. Army photo by SFC Sean K. Harp
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Flickr 170317-A-HU462-420
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A North Korean People's Army service member takes photos through a window while Combined Forces Command Deputy Commander; Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, United Nations Commander, Combined Forces Commander, and United States Forces Korea commander, and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson receive a brief inside the Joint Security Area (JSA) conference room which straddles the Korean border inside the Joint Security Area(JSA), Mar. 17, 2017. Secretary Tillerson made a stop in Korea during his first visit to Asia as Secretary of State. U.S. Army photo by SFC Sean K. Harp
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Shakes Hands With South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Before Their Meeting in Seoul
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shakes hands with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se before their bilateral meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Seoul, South Korea, on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary TIllerson Is Briefed by U.S. Soldiers in Front of the Joint Security Area of the DMZ
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is briefed by U.S. soldiers in front of the Joint Security Area (JSA) of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Panmunjon, South Korea, on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Poses for Photo With U.S. and ROK Forces During Visit to the Joint Security Area of the DMZ
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson poses for a photo with U.S. and ROK forces during his tour of the Joint Security Area (JSA) of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Departs Osan Air Base en Route to the DMZ
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson departs Osan Air Base outside of Seoul, South Korea, en route to the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on March 18, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson and Gen. Brooks Board Helicopter at Osan Air Base en Route to the DMZ
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson boards a helicopter with Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, U.S. Forces Korea commander, at Osan Air Base outside of Seoul, South Korea, en route to the DMZ on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Arrives at Osan Air Base in South Korea
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is greeted by Marc Knapper, U.S. Embassy Seoul Chargé d’Affaires ad interim, upon arrival at Osan Air Base in South Korea on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr U.S. and South Korean Officials Await the Arrival of Secretary Tillerson at Osan Air Base
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Marc Knapper, U.S. Embassy Seoul Chargé d’Affaires ad interim; Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, U.S. Forces Korea commander; and South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs Deputy Director General for North American Affairs Lee Choong-myon await the arrival of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at Osan Air Base outside of Seoul, South Korea, on March 17, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Rex Tillerson Just Gave George Soros Really Bad News…
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Japanese Prime Minister Abe in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo, Japan, on March 16, 2017. [U.S. Embassy Tokyo photo/Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Japanese Prime Minister Abe in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo, Japan, on March 16, 2017. [U.S. Embassy Tokyo photo/Public Domain]
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Flickr Japanese Prime Minister Abe Greets Secretary Tillerson Before Their Bilateral Meeting in Tokyo
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With Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida looking on, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before their bilateral meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on March 16, 2017. [U.S. Embassy Tokyo photo/Public Domain]

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Flickr Secretary Tillerson and Japanese Foreign Minister Kishida Pose for a Photo Before Their Meeting in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson poses for a photo with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida before their bilateral meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on March 16, 2017. [U.S. Embassy Tokyo photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Arrives in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Tokyo, Japan, on March 15, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Is Greeted Upon Arrival in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is greeted upon arrival in Tokyo, Japan, on March 15, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Arrives in Tokyo
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Tokyo, Japan, on March 15, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Greek Foreign Minister Kotzias in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 13, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With Tunisian Foreign Minister Jhinaoui in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 13, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Shakes Hands With Iraqi Minister of Oil Al-Luaibi Before Their Meeting in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shakes hands with Iraqi Minister of Oil Jabbar Al-Luaibi before their bilateral meeting at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 10, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Meets With ASEAN Ambassadors to the U.S. in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets with the Ambassadors to the United States of ‎ASEAN Member States, at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 10, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Greets ASEAN Ambassadors to the U.S. Before Their Meeting in Washington
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson greets Ambassadors to the United States of ‎ASEAN Member States before their meeting at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 10, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Delivers Remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth Luncheon
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivers remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth luncheon at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 7, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Delivers Remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth Luncheon
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivers remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth luncheon at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 7, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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Flickr Secretary Tillerson Delivers Remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth Luncheon
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivers remarks at the U.S. Senate Youth luncheon at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on March 7, 2017. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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US ‘not in a position right now to collaborate’ with Russia militarily ‒ Pentagon chief

By Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor on February 17, 2017

… from Russia Today, Moscow

[ Editor’s Note: The word dancing begins with the Russian engagement where the Trump administration has to play tough, to hold the Congressional hawks in line, while going through to process of finding safe steps to take that will build political support.

This will not be easy, but one of the carrots that Trump has put out is a totally unnecessary expansion of the military, as there is not real threat to justify it. He is in effect trying to buy the hawks off. The navy expansion alone is ludicrous as no other navy is a threat, and silent subs and inexpensive hypersonic missiles that can be fired from multiple platforms in swarms will be a replay with what happened to the unsinkable battleships in WWII.

Tillerson’s goal with this meeting was to keep all the president’s options open, and not make any mistakes to make the task any tougher than it already is. All that said, it is nice to see sometime else who it able to make comments and make the news besides The Donald, as I have been getting so tired of hearing his endless stream of Trumpisms, with a few reasonble things mixed in now and then… Jim W. Dean ]

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NATO – Where creating a false need for a false threat becomes a security threat itself

– First published … February 17, 2017 –
As President Donald Trump repeatedly stressed the need to get along with Russia, two of his top Cabinet members were abroad, saying the US is ready not for closer ties until Moscow “proves” its commitment to international agreements.

On Thursday, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said at a NATO meeting in Brussels, Belgium that the US isn’t ready to collaborate militarily with Russia against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) or other threats.

“We are not in a position right now to collaborate on a military level, but our political leaders will engage and try to find common ground or a way forward so that Russia, living up to its commitment, can return to a partnership of sorts here with NATO,” Mattis said.

“Russia’s aggressive actions have violated international law and are destabilizing,” he added.

Before the US is willing to work with its former Cold War rival, “Russia is going to have to prove itself first,” Mattis said. “The point about Russia is they have to live by international law just like we expect all nations on this planet to do.”

At the same time, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in Bonn, Germany, meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the sidelines of the G20 Summit. The United States’ top diplomat also stressed the need for Russia to abide by international agreements.

“As we search for new common ground, we expect Russia to honor its commitments,” Tillerson said, calling on Russia uphold the Minsk II agreement, a 2015 deal aimed at ending the fighting between Ukrainian forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine.

The US and Russia did agree on a shared interest in combining efforts to fight terrorism, Lavrov said. He praised Tillerson for having “voiced readiness to support” Russian-led attempts to end the bloody civil war in Syria, which is about to enter its sixth year.

“Naturally we couldn’t solve all the problems,” Lavrov said. “But we have a shared understanding that on issues where our interests coincide, and there quite a few of them, we should move forward.”

Sanctions weren’t addressed, Lavrov said.

The Trump administration is still dealing with the fallout of Michael Flynn’s ouster as national security advisor over his misleading briefing of Vice President Mike Pence about his phone conversations with the Russian ambassador to the US. The briefing reportedly misrepresented discussions about US sanctions on Russia that led to Flynn’s forced resignation on Monday night. The White House said that the president’s trust in Flynn had eroded over the incident.

While the meeting between Tillerson and Lavrov appears not to have ruffled any feathers, the same can’t be said for relations between Mattis and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. On Wednesday, a remark by the Pentagon head about NATO needing to “negotiate from a position of strength” with Russia led to a back-and-forth between the two.

“Attempts to build a dialogue with Russia from a position of strength would be futile,” Shoigu said.

To which Mattis responded: “I have no need to respond to the Russian statement at all. NATO has always stood for military strength and protection of the democracies and the freedoms we intend to pass on to our children.”

During the closed-door meeting, Mattis also delivered an ultimatum to the NATO allies – increase their military spending, or see America “moderate its commitment” to the alliance.

Russian President Vladimir Putin also spoke about relations with the US on Thursday. Hours before Mattis’ remarks, Putin said the United States and Russia should restore communications between their intelligence agencies.

“It’s absolutely clear that in the area of counter-terrorism all relevant governments and international groups should work together,” he told Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).

Putin’s remarks came after reports surfaced that US intelligence officials may have kept sensitive information from Trump due to concerns of potential leaks stemming “from the president’s repeated expressions of admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin and his call during the presidential campaign for Russia to continue hacking the emails of his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

Mattis appeared to share those concerns on Thursday, specifically mentioning alleged Russian interference in elections.

“There’s very little doubt that they have either interfered ‒ or they have attempted to interfere ‒ in a number of elections in the democracies,” Mattis said, although he declined to explicitly name the US as one such country. The defense secretary previously called Russia the number one threat to American security.

A third high-ranking official, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford, met with met Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia Valery Gerasimov in Azerbaijan, where they discussed the current state of the military relationship between the United States and Russia. It was the first meeting on this level since January 2014, when General Martin Dempsey was the chair of the Joint Chiefs.

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“Muslim extremists have accounted for 16 out of 240,000 murders in the United States since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.” The newspaper could have added—but chose not to—that during that period far more Americans have been killed by former soldiers"

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Trump Issues New Version of Muslim Travel Ban

By Patrick Martin
Global Research, March 07, 2017

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US President Donald Trump issued a revised executive order banning travel from six majority-Muslim countries and halting all refugee entry into the United States for the next 120 days. The order revokes and replaces Executive Order 13769, signed by Trump January 27, which was struck down as unconstitutional by several federal courts.

The revised order targets six of the countries named in the previous order—Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen—but exempts the seventh country, Iraq. This was after objections from the Pentagon, which feared widespread popular anger in the country where 6,000 US troops are deployed alongside tens of thousands of Iraqi army and militia forces in the ongoing conflict with Islamic State guerrillas.

The order omits several of the most flagrantly illegal and unconstitutional provisions of the earlier order, including a specific preference for “minority religious groups,” which in the context of Muslim-majority countries meant overt discrimination against Muslims.

Unlike the first order, the travel ban is prospective only: it freezes new applications for visas for the next 90 days, but has no effect on current visas, or on US legal residents (green card holders) coming back from visits to one of the six targeted countries. There will be no mass cancellation of visas, as was the case under the initial draft of the order.

That said, the reactionary and anti-democratic character of the order remains, with the main immediate effect felt by refugees, who will make up the vast majority of those denied entry to the United States, rather than travelers.

Trump cuts the number of refugees to be admitted from 117,000 for the current fiscal year to only 50,000. Given that there is a 120-day freeze on all refugee admissions, which begins when the new order takes effect March 16 and lasts until July 14, it is highly unlikely that even 50,000 refugees will be able to enter the US during the remainder of the period ending September 30.

The impact on travelers could be much larger going forward, since the executive order commissions the secretary of homeland security, in consultation with the secretary of state and the attorney general, to make recommendation on extending the travel ban, and to draw up additional lists of countries whose citizens should be excluded, based on an assessment of whether these countries have provided information on their own citizens demanded by the US government. In other words, the “temporary” ban on the six countries could well become open-ended, and Washington will bully foreign governments into collaborating with its “anti-terrorism” policies, on penalty of being added to the travel ban.

The language of the new executive order bristles with Trump’s hatred for the judicial review process that resulted in the effective overturning of the earlier order, and his contempt for the issues of democratic rights and constitutional norms that were raised in the numerous legal challenges. It reiterates the claim of near-absolute presidential power to bar the entry of broad classes of foreigners at the discretion of the White House.

Immigrants’ rights groups and the American Civil Liberties Union denounced the new travel ban as just as anti-democratic and unconstitutional as the first order, even though scaled back to apply to somewhat fewer people. Lawsuits will be filed even before the new order takes effect on March 16.

The supposed “anti-terrorist” rationale for the travel ban is belied even by the agencies responsible for enforcing it. The Department of Homeland Security itself admitted, in a report made public last month, that country of origin was not a meaningful variable in assessing the likelihood of any individual mounting a terrorist attack.

According to an analysis by Charles Kurzman of the University of North Carolina, cited in Monday’s New York Times, of the 36 Muslim extremists who have engaged in terrorist attacks inside the United States since 2001, 18 were born in the US and 14 migrated here as children, and so would have passed any vetting procedure. None came from the six countries targeted by the travel ban.

The Times concluded: “Muslim extremists have accounted for 16 out of 240,000 murders in the United States since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.” The newspaper could have added—but chose not to—that during that period far more Americans have been killed by former soldiers traumatized and brutalized by the wars conducted by US imperialism in the Middle East than by any terrorists, Muslim or otherwise.

These facts did not stop Trump from claiming, in his address to Congress last Tuesday, “The vast majority of individuals convicted of terrorism and terrorism-related offenses since 9/11 came here from outside of our country.” That lie was followed by a brazen appeal to fear: “We cannot allow a beachhead of terrorism to form inside America.” This was in reference to refugees from Syria, mainly women and children, victims of a brutal civil war instigated by the United States and the oil-based monarchies of the Persian Gulf.

Congressional Democrats for the most part postured as critics of the revised travel ban, but they have focused all their attention on denouncing Trump as insufficiently aggressive towards Russia, effectively downplaying any objections to his attacks on democratic rights.

The issuance of the new order came in the midst of a mounting political crisis of the Trump administration over charges and counter-charges relating to alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and alleged contacts between Trump aides and Russian intelligence agencies. No actual evidence of such interference or such contacts has ever been made public—only an endless series of anonymous leaks from officials in the military-intelligence apparatus opposed to Trump’s apparently softer foreign policy towards Russia.

On Saturday, Trump retaliated with a series of tweets claiming President Obama had ordered wiretapping of his Trump Tower offices during the election campaign, claiming that this represented a scandal as serious as Nixon and Watergate. Like his critics in the anti-Russian campaign, Trump did not offer a shred of evidence to back up his extraordinary claims.

Reaction to these charges in the media and official political circles was overwhelmingly hostile, with congressional Republicans distancing themselves from the White House, agreeing only that the question of wiretapping should be looked into by the intelligence committees that are investigating the charges of Russian interference.

White House officials avoided all interaction with the media during the issuance of the executive order establishing the revised travel ban, apparently to avoid further questions on the wiretapping issue. Trump signed the order behind closed doors, rather than welcoming television cameras to the Oval Office as he did when he signed the first order.

The formal issuance of the order came at a joint White House appearance of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, at which each official read a short statement. All three then left without taking any questions. A scheduled televised press briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer was held off camera and behind closed doors.
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Greenpeace activist James Burch from San Francisco, California holds up a RejectRexx sign while protesting during the Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearings for former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as President-elect Donald Trump's Secretary of State on Capitol Hill in Washington January 11, 2017. Four activists with Greenpeace peacefully interrupted the Committee’s appointment hearing for Tillerson. Holding banners “RejectRexx,” the activists stood and delivered messages of opposition to the naming of an oil CEO as the nation’s chief diplomat. Hailing from New York, North Carolina, Texas, and California, the three women and one man represented a diversity of reasons for rejecting Tillerson’s appointment.
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Rex Wayne Tillerson, aka Rex Tillerson, is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil. Tillerson is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for United States Secretary of State.

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Rex Wayne Tillerson, aka Rex Tillerson, is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil. Tillerson is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for United States Secretary of State.

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Why you love and need Satan
by Richard Thompson:

Satan taxes you so that Wall Street rules Earth at gunpoint. Luckily it's fun to pretend that your taxes don't pay for Wall Street Satan's pandemic totalitarian corporate military dictators who terrorize Earth for Tel Aviv, Wall Street, London and for Paris fraud bankers. Wall Street Satan is teflon - its human prey are glue.

Satan's GOP-Dem psychodrama: Teflon "happiness" attracts you whereas associating with countervailing realities repulses your conditioned cowardice, reinforces your denial -encourages teflon freedom of denial speech. Fact acknowledgement is sticky stuff, fly-paper in today's spy culture state, so you choose conflict avoidance while feeding its profiteers. Thus you preserve propylactic edifice, compliance cowardice in synthetic safety: Textbook BF Skinner Behaviorism. Too close?...mere projection?

Satan's TV screens reassure you that you are happy, smart, beautiful, soon bountiful and heroically brave like them. You thrive emoted on corporate Kochghanistan's onslaught of goodness wars = your happiness. That's showbiz, that's Wall Street, that's Satan. Repetition and message reinforcement are everything. See those smiles? See "your" mangled enemy bodies pile up, relieved of Wall Street's enemies de jour. Fresh enemies enroute. You cling heroically to the body count...hostage relief.

In Satan's game show it's ALL yours Baby. "We" are entitled. Feelin' Satan's gunpoint love? Of course you are. Satan's is your true media religion, oracle, parent, stimulus, the Russian Roulette/Lottery that you are about to win again. Clinging.

The 911 mass murder treasons accomplished by the Cheney-Bush-Texas-Saudi subsidiary of CIA-Mossad Terrorism Inc. codified Satan's victory over former USA. Satan's latest chimp actor with his equally servile AG zealously safeguard Satan's 911 sacred secret spy torture and warfare commandments.

The secret holy murder-torture law replaced the US Constitution.The invisible unknowable planetary warfare memos authored in 1998 by (GOP) PNAC are currently masked in ALEC, ACCE, and AIPAC corporate "AMERICAN" acronyms. PNAC's mission prescription calling for its "invigorating new Pearl Harbor" 911 attack on The USA is viewable online. The authors and their new laws are deadly dangerous, how-to-torture memos protected and thus exclusively accessible to their executive-cipher's campaign financier-extortionists.That is omnipotent power.

Secrecy is key to the durability of Satan's military law. It endures safeguarded by the toy executive actor's sacrosanct war policy, terrorism, invasion, domestic tyranny, routine murder, torture, gigantic expensive spy machine: Satan's Pet Chimp-Pet Goat's secret "law" arsenal.

Satan's "security" replacement of constitutional law with Wall Street's 911 terrorist corporate military regime is codified in The Arc of Satan's New Corporate Covenant.

No Ed Snowden, no Bradley Manny, no Michael Hastings, no Julian Assange:
Our eyes shall not read Corporate Satan's foreign & domestic war bible. That is Wall Street's exclusive "law" immutable under penalty of imprisonment and death: Satan's laws are too sacred, too powerful, too lucrative for puny non-corporate eyes. Merest knowledge is itself kryptonite to Satan's corporate law pharisees enthroned in unelected lethal power.

Thus Satan's covenant rules his terrorized CIA-Mossad Corporate Planet from Wall Street-Texas-Saudi-Tel Aviv corporate serpent heads.

Your former constitution was erased. The Supreme Mafia Court Corporation cleanses any pretense of constitutional rule in seamless harmony with Wall Street's prostitute criminal congress yielding 100% corporate terror compliance.

Today your dwindling jobs and zero futures are in fact guarded by Satan's Federal Reserve bar mitzvah counterfeit cash printing tribe @ $84,000,000,000 (billion) per month plus personal CEO bank fraud bonuses. Luckily your taxes only pay for Satan's other "defense" accounts.

Satan's manifold expense accounts thrive on indebtedness. Debt saddles future corporate generations indentured to Satan's daily war inventions hurling fresh "threats"... dangers! But mostly Satan loves:

..wiretaps, extortion, insurance bank fraud, looting, 100% domestic spying, wiping himself on your dead bill of rights and especially on your hilarious TP constitution, adores inventing fake WMD's, installing thug dictators domestic and abroad who casually murder and drone their own people, loves airlines disappearing in Operation Northwoods, airliners flying into large buildings triggering "invigorating new Pearl Harbors," loves invading countries who have never hurt you period, loves Iraqi oil freedom, lusts to control Iranian oil, gets woody invading oil countries and strategic regions at will, gets teary marching Satan's heroes to murder entire cities and regions at will, bulldozes Palestinian villages, builds new Israeli settlements on the bodies of the robbed and murdered, enjoys operating his toy mini-satan-congress and toy presidents and Satan's wacky Mafia Supreme Court Corp, gets a bang directing CIA-Mossad-MI5-Al Qaeda assassins, likes fat increases annually spending 15x the next largest militaries combined, which makes Satan even more confident to murder with impunity, casually destroying, rebuilding contract awards to campaign financiers, spy drones filling domestic skies, domestic police armed by vast weapons and organization for war against US citizenry on command, and most of all Satan enjoys murder for profit freedoms.

Satan makes you "safe." And he loves you, murders and tortures for your security -Philanthropist Satan. Your diseased, spoiled and entitled children are proud to work for him, tightening Satan's grip around the throat of dying Mother Earth, fracking poisoned water, breathing radioactive air, attacking anyone who lives atop Satan's next oil. Yours is Satan's patriot race.

I wish Satan was just a red guy with horns and a tail....unlike satans PNAC-ALEC-ACCE-AIPAC David and Charles Koch, Robert Rubin, Sheldon Adelson, Lloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon, Larry Summers, John Boehner, Rupert Murdock, Barak Obama, Bush Slime, Bill Kristol, Rex Tillerson, John Roberts, Al Greenspan, David Patraeus, Bob Menendez, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Victoria Nuland, Condoleeza Rice, Paul Wolfowitz, Ben Bernanke, Jack Lew, Janet Yellen, Dick Cheney and Emperor Bibi Netanyahu.

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Former ‘economic hitman’: U.S. ‘death economy’ brought world to brink of destruction
By Travis Gettys
Monday, March 17, 2014 13:10 EDT
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A former “economic hitman” explained that the United States model for global domination cannot be repeated – and should not be attempted.

Author John Perkins explained last week on the David Pakman Show how American corporations extorted natural resources from developing nations in a process that sounds very similar to domestic privatization schemes.

Perkins, who wrote the 2004 book “Confessions of an Economic Hitman” about his experience working as a chief economist for the engineering company Chas. T. Main, said corporations would identify countries that had resources sought by the U.S. and arrange for them to obtain large loans from the World Bank and similar organizations.

“But the money never actually went to the country,” Perkins said. “Instead, it went to our own corporations to build infrastructure projects in that country. They made a great deal of profit from that.”

The countries would use those borrowed funds to build electrical systems, highways, industrial parks, and other infrastructure projects.

“Yet the country would be left holding a huge debt they couldn’t repay, and so at some point we’d go back and say, ‘Hey, you know, since you can’t pay your debts, sell your resource – oil, whatever – very cheap to our companies without any environmental restrictions or social regulations or privatize your public sector businesses, sell them real cheap – your utility companies, your water and sewage system, your schools, your jails, off to our corporations,” Perkins said. “And in that way we created the world’s first truly global empire, primarily without the use of the military.”

He said most economists agreed that developing countries needed better infrastructure to improve their economies, but he said statistics supporting this model were misleading.

“I came to understand that the poor people were not benefitting, that the statistics reflect the very wealthy, which is true in this country, too, you know, that 85 people control more resources than half the world’s population,” Perkins said. “Our statistics are very, very skewed to those rich people.”

He claims in his book the U.S. backed the assassinations of Panamanian leader Omar Torrijos and Ecuadoran President Jaime Roldós Aguilera in a pair of 1981 plane crashes because they refused to bow to corporate interests.

“We’ve created a death economy, one that’s based on killing people, militarization, and ravaging the earth,” Perkins said. “We need to move into a life economy that’s based on cleaning up pollution, feeding starving people, developing new technologies, transportation, communications, (and) energy.”

He declared the global economy to be “an abject failure,” arguing that Americans make up just 5 percent of the world’s population but consume 30 percent of its natural resources.

“That’s not a model,” Perkins said. “It can’t be repeated by China, even though they’re trying. It just puts the world in a worse condition when other countries try to repeat our model. We must come up with a new model.”

He said some corporate leaders and many consumers have arrived at similar conclusions and are beginning to take steps to correct the problems he’s identified.

“We’re truly in a consciousness revolution, a huge revolution, where people are waking up to the fact that we’re living on a very fragile space station that has no shuttles,” Perkins said. “We’re going to have to take care of this place, and big business is going to have to play a major role in waking up and taking care of this, serving a public interest – not the 1 percent, but the 99 percent – serving the earth, in essence, and we all need to get out there and make sure that happens.”

Watch the entire interview posted online by David Pakman Show:

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Peeping Toms of the Intel World: Recording Bulk Private Yahoo Webcam Chats
(dang...somebody forgot to notify Yahoo's CEO and board of directors that they are Mossad-CIA)
Posted on Mar 3, 2014
By Juan Cole

In the same way that pedophiles are attracted to professions where they come into frequent contact with children, peeping Toms surely are attracted into electronic surveillance work.

That seems to me the only explanation for the US National Security Agency and British intelligence’s Optic Nerve program, just revealed by The Guardian from the Snowden files. The analysts sneaked into millions of people’s private webcam conversations without a warrant and appropriated them, that is, actually downloaded and stored still images from them. If a private hacker did that to even one person and was caught, that hacker would be tossed in a prison cell for life and the key would be thrown away.

Up to 11% of the video they spied on and captured was lovers engaged in nudity and long-distance video intimacy with one another. Although the agencies are said to have attempted to limit employees’ access to this enormous government-funded porn movie industry, we know from the Snowden case that even relatively low-level contractors could get access to millions of such records.

British intelligence officers came to the Guardian’s office late last summer and smashed hard drives suspected of containing the Snowden files, in a fruitless attempt to prevent this sort of massive spying on innocent people from becoming public knowledge.

The program was a blunt instrument, so any Yahoo data flowing through the Internat got picked up, and that means inevitably Americans and British as well as targets in the Middle East. Facial recognition software was run on the images, and analysts were shown screen shots of innocent people on the basis of their putative resemblance to terrorists. But not only is there no conceivable way in which this perving was helping us fight al-Qaeda, it certainly must have been an enormous distraction from actual intelligence work. If the NSA and British intelligence wanted to fight terrorism they should have sent the analysts to Falluja (it is not too late– in fact Mr. Cameron and Mr. Obama could get them on a plane for Baghdad as early as next week).

We also don’t know how many of the targets they were looking for via Yahoo facetime chats were not terrorists but dissidents. We know that they target hacktivists and other dissidents for reputational harm and honey traps. Instead of having to go to all the trouble of getting a warrant and surreptitiously putting cameras in a residence or hotel room, they could just go out on the internet and hack into people’s private exchanges.

The Guardian points out that Optic Nerve bears an uncanny resemblance to the surveillance cameras the government had in every home in George Orwell’s novel, 1984 .

Supposed conservatives, who are so worried about the government getting into citizens’ business, have been the most vocal defenders of these violations of elementary human rights law and of privacy rights.

There is no evidence that any of these illegal domestic surveillance programs has forestalled a single act of terrorism.

Yahoo issued an outraged statement, but my advice to them is to hire some Washington and London lobbyists. Statements are not going to deter the Big Government peeping Toms. Yahoo said:

“”We were not aware of, nor would we condone, this reported activity,” said a spokeswoman. “This report, if true, represents a whole new level of violation of our users’ privacy that is completely unacceptable, and we strongly call on the world’s governments to reform surveillance law consistent with the principles we outlined in December.

“We are committed to preserving our users’ trust and security and continue our efforts to expand encryption across all of our services.”

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Rex Tillerson, Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil, testifies before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment during the hearing, "Drilling Down on America's Energy Future: Safety, Security and Clean Energy" on June 15, 2010
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