‘The big loser in all this will probably be the national security bureaucracy itself and, to the extent it is weakened, the security of the American people.’ Illustration: Antoine Doré
Sun 22 Apr 2018 02.00 EDT
Even the most severe critics of the US president should worry about this subtle form of anti-democratic abuse
A good article that looks at several sides of these issues and the consequences.
This indirectly affects Canada and other nations.
If there was not so much ethics ciolations, misinformation, misleading, lying, crimes, coverups etc… there would not be as much need for leaks and whisleblowers or over surveillance.
Deep state in the United States
LAWRENCE MARTIN, PUBLIC AFFAIRS COLUMNIST, WASHINGTON
SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL
PUBLISHED MAY 23, 2019, UPDATED MAY 23, 2019
GOVERNMENTMILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXUS INTELLIGENCE
Former NSA director Michael Hayden is no white knight. But he’s right on this point, which he makes in his new book, The Assault on Intelligence.
By Bob Dreyfuss MAY 11, 2018