The going dark problem and Silence on the Wire: silence is a two way street, and the case of Russian counter -surveillance of Americas political police using “low risk” tactical methods.

If you’ve ever sat still, in a quiet room, for a single moment, you know that there is no such thing as actual silence, because your own body makes noise.

“The amount of security you employ is the inverse of being able to do things with flexibility, agility and at scale,”

Breath, and other organic, natural acoustic utterances or disturbances are a constant compliment to your presence. Then, there are the subsidiary, environmental and natural sounds around you, as the breeze, or the distant hum of nature in its various forms.

And so, this is the human baseline of silence, and it is a valuable starting point within which we discover the fatal flaw of all so called intelligence, and counter -intelligence: the arrogance of intel operators in assessing the value of data received or sent, because after disruption and beyond the human baseline,its all just “other ”noise. And noise then, becomes a two way street.


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So, in a free world, one would expect that the human rights and guarantees of “freedom ” would be maintained nearly religiously; as nearly religion itself, by those who draw paychecks based upon their oaths that they vow to uphold our constitutions.

But thats not what is actually happening in the west, since US, British, and the allied nations began their religion based, tribal-sectarian holy war that kicked off in 2001, and guys like me got to meet the “deep state ” head -on, after writing news stories without tribal -sectarian bias, and true to the form of the principles of journalism, and anticipating the Total Surveillance State.

Related Story: Take a look at how I was the first person in America to report on manufactured terrorism, and then, got years and years of black bag jobs,cowardly morons rifling through my belongings, and news stories stolen right out of my phone and email, and everything I describe herein AFTER that and more.

And look how that turned out for me, PERSONALLY.

Indeed, with the US FVEY spying,the accompanying “community policing, ” the western governments can no longer claim that they respect, or uphold anything resembling democracy backed by civil rights and due process procedures, much less freedom of any type.

So, it is here, where western governments have turned ordinary citizens into involuntary, non -consensual surveillance targets( aka Human Intelligence or, HUMINT )where the noise of ones own, voluntary silence is, “disrupted ” by the FVEYs data theft on every persons phone or computer and then, the exploitation of that data by intelligence operators to create what Dr. Lorraine Sheridan and others call “an echo chamber ” both online and off that is mediated by western extremist religious and political ideology, as we see here and here.

So, ROGS, the blog you are reading here, is what is called in psychology, a reaction formation, to the newly emerged total surveillance state, and the death of American democracy, which I once believed in whole heartedly, and fought for, very vainly, with well chosen words.

My country is no longer a democracy, insomuch as it ever was due to the multi-tiered levels of privilege, doled out to the select men and women, contrasted against the multi -tiered levels of slavery, peonage, and debt servitude that these others cast upon the poor, the dissenter or activist; the heretic and others who fall into the hidden slavery nets of any of the many sects and cults of organized religion, working through government apparatus both online and off .

So, this theological filtering, regardless of what cult, or sect, is also the baseline for all western dialogistics as we see in the sectarian targeting of men by known race -based operators; and in the resultant cult practices that follow, such as the un -naming of (primarily ) men in this example here and other examples I provide here at ROGS.

So, in such an environment of what is essentially the mass exploitation if individuals, and groups of individuals, one cannot act of actual free will, because these operations, and these operators, are in constant disruption mode. Its what their version of a society is.

In that light, there are many ways to use silence, and also noise to discern their capabilities, tactics, and methodology, AFTER the fact of them, casting you into their various webs of interaction FIRST.

Keep in mind that the pre -emptive, anti-democracy, anti-due process, sectarian secret police state justifies itself not from law, but from their version of tribal -religious and moral superiority.

In that world, its all binary, I /O data analyses: Kill or be killed; heaven and hell; black or white; Jewish or not Jewish; Republucan or Democrat woman or man, etc.

And it is that analyses which is its flaw, which is why they break and bend, and prostrate the law in gray area policing, aka “high policing ” aka political policing, as we saw with the al Ghazali problem.

So, no small surprise then, when ROGS was able to out a few Department of Defense affilliated persons here who targeted me on US soil as they worked ine or another angle of fraudulent FBI /DHS /Private contractor CVE program, or cult members who cyberstalked me on Twitter, working with Democrat party with operatives INSIDE Twitter monitoring my location; or most recently, yet ANOTHER Department of Defense affilliated, Brookings Institute person following my blog.

As I said: I know what kind of noise is natural, like how this humble electrician and merchant mariner was literally recruited by a gang strike force in LA, versus any of hundreds of bizarre DoD/DHS /FBI /NGO affilliated time wasters they toss,at me, like these guys here

So if little old ROGS, an American citizen who has never been convicted of any crime in any trial based in constitutional law, civil rights, and due process can be targeted and stalked, and harrassed by those I define, and name herein, wha else is goung on in western democracies that remains hidden?

And it is that last question that has,ROGS cheering for all the “bad guys, ” like Russia and China and even lil Kim in North Korea, apparently absent from an.important meeting recently, lol.

Listen: China is thriving, and Russia protects Edward Snowden to this day, and Kim is no threat to anyone.

But I guarantee that CIA/DIA/NSA /FBI feeding down into “parallel colluding investigations ” and the subsequent constant surveillance of our webs of relationships single -handedly voids the constitutional compact, and the social compact as well.

So, I like to fight back by deploying counter -surveillance directly at those who point it at me, because my personal silence has been “disrupted ”. And in so doing, I learn a lot.

Here below, we see how Russians were able to anihilate FBIs urveillance teams privacy, and also how they were able to use this not -so -covert, sloppy, bizarre surveillance to gain valuable data about US security.

Which, would, under normal circumstances, inevitably undermine US security, if our own agencies hadnt ALREADY done that.

But in total surveillance states, security is ALREADY pre -emptively undermnied by tribal -sectarianism, and those who have deployed high policing on their own citizens .

The case of the Spies who laughed last, at Americans who use their own fellow citizens for “electronic target practice,” or:

FBI Follies, from Russiagate, With Love, via,Yahoo News Exclusive

Exclusive: Russia carried out a ‘stunning’ breach of FBI communications system, escalating the spy game on U.S. soil
Zach Dorfman, Jenna McLaughlin and Sean D. Naylor

Yahoo NewsSeptember 16, 2019

The discovery of Russia’s newfound capacity to crack certain types of encryption was particularly unnerving, according to former U.S. officials.

“Anytime you find out that an adversary has these capabilities, it sets off a ripple effect,” said a former senior national security official. “The Russians are able to extract every capability from any given technology. … They are singularly dangerous in this area.”

The FBI’s discovery of these compromises took place on the heels of what many hoped would be a breakthrough between Washington and Moscow — the Obama administration’s 2009 “reset” initiative, which sought to improve U.S.-Russia relations. Despite what seemed to be some initial progress, the reset soon went awry.

In September 2011, Vladimir Putin announced the launch of his third presidential campaign, only to be confronted during the following months by tens of thousands of protesters accusing him of electoral fraud. Putin, a former intelligence officer, publicly accused then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of fomenting the unrest.

It was around this time that Putin’s spies in the United States, operating under diplomatic cover, achieved what a former senior intelligence official called a “stunning” technical breakthrough, demonstrating their relentless focus on the country they’ve long considered their primary adversary.

That effort compromised the encrypted radio systems used by the FBI’s mobile surveillance teams, which track the movements of Russian spies on American soil, according to more than half a dozen former senior intelligence and national security officials. Around the same time, Russian spies also compromised the FBI teams’ backup communications systems — cellphones outfitted with “push-to-talk” walkie-talkie capabilities. “This was something we took extremely seriously,” said a former senior counterintelligence official.

The Russian operation went beyond tracking the communications devices used by FBI surveillance teams, according to four former senior officials. Working out of secret “listening posts” housed in Russian diplomatic and other government-controlled facilities, the Russians were able to intercept, record and eventually crack the codes to FBI radio communications.

Some of the clandestine eavesdropping annexes were staffed by the wives of Russian intelligence officers, said a former senior intelligence official. That operation was part of a larger sustained, deliberate Russian campaign targeting secret U.S. government communications throughout the United States, according to former officials.

The two Russian government compounds in Maryland and New York closed in 2016 played a role in the operation, according to three former officials. They were “basically being used as signals intelligence facilities,” said one former senior national security official.

Russian spies also deployed “mobile listening posts.” Some Russian intelligence officers, carrying signals intelligence gear, would walk near FBI surveillance teams. Others drove vans full of listening equipment aimed at intercepting FBI teams’ communications. For the Russians, the operation was “amazingly low risk in an angering way,” said a former senior intelligence official.

The FBI teams were using relatively lightweight radios with limited range, according to former officials. These low-tech devices allowed the teams to move quickly and discreetly while tracking their targets, which would have been more difficult with clunkier but more secure technology, a former official said. But the outdated radios left the teams’ communications vulnerable to the Russians. “The amount of security you employ is the inverse of being able to do things with flexibility, agility and at scale,” said the former official.

A former senior counterintelligence official blamed the compromises on a “hodgepodge of systems” ineffective beyond the line of sight. “The infrastructure that was supposed to be built, they never followed up, or gave us the money for it,” said the former official. “The intelligence community has never gotten an integrated system.”

The limitations of the radio technology, said the former senior officials, led the FBI’s surveillance personnel to communicate on the backup systems.

“Eventually they switched to push-to-talk cellphones,” said a former counterintelligence executive. “The tech guys would get upset by that, because if they could intercept radio, they might be able to intercept telephones.”

That is indeed what happened. Those devices were then identified and compromised by Russian intelligence operatives. (A number of other countries’ surveillance teams — including those from hostile services — also transitioned from using radios to cellphones during this time, noted another former official.)

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