138087 stories
·
0 followers

The Psychoanalysis of Intelligence Operations And the Diagnostic Signs of Abwehr Operations - Web Review By Michael Novakhov

1 Share
Image result for psychoanalysis of intelligence operations

The Psychoanalysis of Intelligence Operations And the Diagnostic Signs and Features of Abwehr Operations - Preliminary Web Review By Michael Novakhov - Post Link




The Psychoanalysis of Intelligence Operations and The Diagnostic Signs and Features of Abwehr Intelligence Operations - Google Search - 11.17.19


Psychoanalysis of Intelligence Operations - 11.17.19


Intelligence Operations — Central Intelligence Agency
(PDF) The Role of Psychoanalytic Knowledge in CIA's ARTICHOKE and MKULTRA Documents During the Years 1947-1963: Use and Misuse of Psychoanalytic Techniques
psychoanalysis of intelligence operations - Google Search
psychoanalysis of intelligence operations - Google Search
Images - psychoanalysis of intelligence operations - Google Search
psychoanalysis of society, cultures, and history - Google Search
psychology of intelligence operations - Google Search
intelligence operations - Google Search
The diagnosis: recognition and investigations of intelligence operations - Google Search

The Diagnostic Signs and Features of Abwehr Intelligence Operations - Google Search - 11.17.19


Category:Abwehr operations - Wikipedia
Category:Intelligence operations - Wikipedia
Category:Intelligence operations by type - Wikipedia
Category:Espionage techniques - Wikipedia
Category:Espionage projects - Wikipedia
Category:Espionage devices - Wikipedia
Category:Spies by role - Wikipedia
signs and features of Abwehr Intelligence operations - Google Search
Diagnostic Signs and Features of Abwehr Operations - Google Search

11.17.19


3:01 AM 11/17/2019 - Saved and Shared Stories In 100 Headlines
FBI Investigation Finds Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths Were Due to Natural Causes: Report
Far right network orchestrated synagogue attacks, FBI says | World news | The Guardian
The far right | World | The Guardian
tree of life synagogue shooting - Google Search
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting - Wikipedia
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting - Wikipedia
Why serial killers kill
Russia providing mood music for House impeachment drama - The Washington Post

11.16.19


Ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Sues DOJ Over His Firing | Newsmax.com
Bad German Trump is almost out, Good Jew Bloomberg is almost in. Bravo, New Abwehr! - Michael Novakhov - Google Search
Bad German Trump is almost out, Good Jew Bloomberg is almost in. Bravo, New Abwehr! - Google Search
Bad German Trump is almost out, Good Jew Bloomberg is almost in. Bravo, New Abwehr! - Google Search
An astonishing week closes with a wild new window into Trump’s style | News Talk WBAP-AM
A day that underscored the corruption swamping the Trump presidency :: WRAL.com
roger stone - Google Search
Roger Stone to Michael Cohen: the men in Trump's orbit implicated in crimes | US news | The Guardian
'The Compatriots' by Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan - The Moscow Times
The Compatriots: The Brutal and Chaotic History of Russia's Exiles, Émigrés, and Agents Abroad: Andrei Soldatov, Irina Borogan: 9781541730168: Amazon.com: Books
The Compatriots' by Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan - Google Search
Page Not Found : NPR
Saved Stories – 1:54 PM 11/16/2019

________________________________________

See Also: 


The Diagnostic Triad of the Abwehr and the New Abwehr Operations Worldwide And In "Trump - Russia Affair"
______________________________________________________________

______________________________________________



Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
1 minute ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete

Why Don't You Use Soviet Terminology Like "Comrade?"

1 Share
From: MidweekPolitics
Duration: 03:22

--Audience Question: Why don't you use Soviet terminology like calling people "comrades?"

Support The David Pakman Show:
-Become a Member: https://www.davidpakman.com/membership
-Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/davidpakmanshow
-Get your TDPS Gear: http://www.davidpakman.com/gear

Engage with us on social media:

-Join on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvixJtaXuNdMPUGdOPcY8Ag/join
-Follow David on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dpakman
-David on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/david.pakman
-TDPS on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidpakmanshow/
-Discuss on TDPS subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/thedavidpakmanshow/
-Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow
-Call the 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP

-Timely news is important! We upload new clips every day! Make sure to subscribe!

Broadcast on November 15, 2019

#davidpakmanshow #comrade #socialism

Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
4 hours ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete

NPR News: 11-15-2019 4AM ET

1 Share
NPR News: 11-15-2019 4AM ET



Download audio: https://play.podtrac.com/npr-500005/edge1.pod.npr.org/anon.npr-mp3/npr/newscasts/2019/11/15/newscast040801.mp3?awCollectionId=500005&awEpisodeId=779625934&orgId=1&d=300&p=500005&story=779625934&t=podcast&e=779625934&size=4500000&ft=pod&f=500005
Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
2 days ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete

When Espionage Skills Are for Sale, So Is Your Security

1 Share
Anyone with the intent, interest and budget to buy espionage tools and expertise can now acquire the capability to steal a specific piece of information.
Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
3 days ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete

Bolivian coup 2019

1 Share
667 × 680 Puerto Rico Journal Puerto Rico Journal: The Big San Juan Show: Puerto Rico ... Images may be subject to copyright. Find out more Related images _________________________________________________________ Bolivian coup 2019 - GS | Bolivian coup 2019 - Post Link __________________________________________ M.N.: This looks like a new Latin American pattern of
Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
4 days ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete

What’s the Real Goal of Impeaching Donald Trump?

1 Share

Get Jonathan Bernstein’s newsletter every morning in your inbox. Click here to subscribe.

As public impeachment hearings begin in the House intelligence committee this week, what exactly are Democrats hoping to achieve? We can think of their goals in terms of the audiences they likely have in mind. 

Marginal Democrats and their constituents. The biggest disaster for Democrats would be if Republicans are united on an impeachment vote, and then, after a Senate trial, Democrats end up divided. For the most part, they’ve already done what they needed to do: Polls show that impeachment is almost as popular as President Donald Trump is unpopular, and there’s been no apparent backlash against Democrats or surge in support for Trump over the impeachment drive. 

Representative Will Hurd. The Texas Republican and sometime Trump opponent, who is retiring after this term, is on the intelligence committee. He opposed formalizing the impeachment inquiry, as did every other House Republican. But he’s asked serious questions in previous hearings on Trump scandals, is one of a handful of Republicans most likely to vote for impeachment and may well carry some clout with other Trump skeptics. Winning his votes, and those of similarly situated Republicans, won’t get anywhere close to what’s needed to remove Trump, but it would probably produce a Senate majority for conviction. That’s important because it would force a serious trial; it’s also likely to harm Trump in terms of public opinion more than a majority vote to acquit would.

The next tier of Republicans. Removal is only possible if the bulk of the Republican Party turns on Trump. That would have to include a lot of people — both voters and party actors — who have chosen to support Trump despite having serious reservations about him. We can’t really know how many of those exist. Although stories often circulate about members of Congress who support Trump in public but brutally criticize him off the record, it’s always hard to tell how seriously to take such things. 

The neutral media. By “neutral” I mean the major networks and newspapers that generally don’t act as messengers for either party. Democrats want to keep them focused on what Trump did and why it was so inappropriate that he should be removed. Republicans don’t appear to be rebutting those claims as much as complaining about procedure and attempting to put Democrats, especially former Vice President Joe Biden, on trial. Most voters won’t tune in to the hearings, but many will absorb something from the news coverage. That includes how the media signals which stories are important — so that even if people simply change the channel, the decision by television networks to break into regular programming with live coverage sends a powerful message.

Partisan Democrats. Party loyalists don’t need to be told that Trump needs to go. But they do need talking points to repeat, and preferably ones that make sense. They’ll also want fireworks, and would likely be skeptical of a narrow impeachment focused only on Trump’s dealings with Ukraine and not on obstruction of justice, emoluments and other matters. House Democrats don’t need to convince this audience, but they do need them to be fired up for next year’s election — they’re the ones who will put in the hours in phone banks, give money and bring their friends out to vote. 

If the goal for Democrats is to actually impeach and remove the president, they can focus mainly on the first four groups, which all call for the same approach: a just-the-facts focus and a more-in-sorrow-than-in-anger attitude. If they think that removal is an impossible goal because Republicans will vote against it no matter what evidence emerges, and that partisan polarization is so deep it can’t be bridged, then simply firing up the most partisan Democrats would probably make sense. 

So pay attention to the demeanor and style in which committee chair Adam Schiff and other Democrats conduct these hearings. You’ll learn pretty quickly whether they think there’s a real chance of removing Trump — or if they think of the process mainly as a part of the 2020 campaign.

1. Greg Koger at Mischiefs of Faction speculates about what the 2020 election will look like if Trump stays at his current level of unpopularity. Plausible! And perhaps an underrated possibility. But there’s still plenty of time for Trump to recover. Over the weekend, I saw someone assert that it was certain Trump will lose the popular vote by millions and his only hope is the Electoral College, but in fact it’s way too early to be certain of anything like that. 

2. Dave Hopkins continues his must-read “this week in impeachment” feature. 

3. Anna Grzymala-Busse and Pauline Jones at the Monkey Cage on democratic erosion in former Soviet bloc nations.

4. My Bloomberg Opinion colleague Noah Smith on controlling health-care costs.

5. And Margaret Sullivan has some suggestions for the media on how to cover the impeachment hearings, suggestions that I think I violated above. That said: If all the coverage this week focused on what the Democrats and Republicans on the committee are up to rather than on the story being detailed about the president, I agree that’d be a mistake. 

Get Early Returns every morning in your inbox. Click here to subscribe. Also subscribe to Bloomberg All Access and get much, much more. You’ll receive our unmatched global news coverage and two in-depth daily newsletters, the Bloomberg Open and the Bloomberg Close.

This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.

To contact the author of this story:
Jonathan Bernstein at jbernstein62@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Timothy Lavin at tlavin1@bloomberg.net

Read the whole story
Michael_Novakhov
5 days ago
reply
http://michael_novakhov.newsblur.com/
Share this story
Delete
Next Page of Stories