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Wikileaks the global intelligence files
« en: Febrero 27, 2012, 14:38:00 pm »
http://wikileaks.org/the-gifiles.html

The material shows how a private intelligence agency works, and how they target individuals for their corporate and government clients. For example, Stratfor monitored and analysed the online activities of Bhopal activists, including the "Yes Men", for the US chemical giant Dow Chemical. The activists seek redress for the 1984 Dow Chemical/Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal, India. The disaster led to thousands of deaths, injuries in more than half a million people, and lasting environmental damage.

Stratfor has realised that its routine use of secret cash bribes to get information from insiders is risky. In August 2011, Stratfor CEO George Friedman confidentially told his employees : "We are retaining a law firm to create a policy for Stratfor on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. I don’t plan to do the perp walk and I don’t want anyone here doing it either."

http://theyesmen.org/stratfor

Feb. 27, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MASSIVE LEAK REVEALS CRIMINALITY, PARANOIA AMONG CORPORATE TITANS
Dow pays "strategic intelligence" firm to spy on Yes Men and grassroots activists. Takeaway: movement is on the right track!

WikiLeaks begins to publish today over five million e-mails obtained by Anonymous from "global intelligence" company Stratfor. The emails, which reveal everything from sinister spy tactics to an insider trading scheme with Goldman Sachs (see below), also include several discussions of the Yes Men and Bhopal activists. (Bhopal activists seek redress for the 1984 Dow Chemical/Union Carbide gas disaster in Bhopal, India, that led to thousands of deaths, injuries in more than half a million people, and lasting environmental damage.)

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Re:Wikileaks the global intelligence files
« Respuesta #1 en: Febrero 27, 2012, 15:13:43 pm »
in response to the poor publico reports im gonna resume what i find in the leaks

http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/49613_labor-day-review-of-where-we-are-.html
stratford intelligence

Intelligence is divided into three parts.

There is Strategic Intelligence
(under Rodger assisted by Reva) that is organized geographically.

There is Tactical Intelligence (under Stick, assisted by Nate Hughes) that is
organized thematically-organized crime, cyber-warfare, military,
terrorism, security, financial flows, supply chain and so on.

There is then intelligence gathering, under Meredith, assisted by Jen Richmond that
is building sources from around the world. All of them must grow
dramatically. The first two will grow mostly out of the ADP pool. The
latter will be done by extensive work in the field. But it is the Writers
Group that is making the most impressive evolution. Under Jenna (and Tim
French and Maverick) it has moved into the heart of intelligence, writing
as well as editing. Everyone should watch this team. They are pioneering
things the world hasn't seen yet. Along with Watch Officers, monitors and
the operations center, this unit is translating intelligence into product
with increasing effectiveness. It is now organizationally mature and
ready to both grow and sustain the growth of Intelligence.

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Re:Wikileaks the global intelligence files
« Respuesta #2 en: Febrero 27, 2012, 15:21:38 pm »
http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/1115826_re-us-bank-dirty-money-.html

On 5/5/11 12:00 PM, scott stewart wrote:

That is $40B a year. Not all of it was laundered by one institution.
Some is still physically hauled as bulk cash.

From: Karen Hooper [mailto:hooper@stratfor.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2011 11:45 AM
To: Secure List
Subject: Re: US Bank - Dirty Money


Any word on the rate of flow? $70 bn is much bigger than the $40 billion
estimates that we've seen over the years.


The volume of cash handled in the Wachovia case also suggests something
on the order of $125 bn per year being laundered by a single method.
That's a LOT of money, and a lot more than we've discussed.



One of my trusted former CIA cronies reports Wachovia laundered $70

billion (yes billion) for the MX drug cartels per an on-going

investigation. His company has been hired by the MX govt to look for

drug money.






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Re:Wikileaks the global intelligence files
« Respuesta #3 en: Febrero 27, 2012, 15:24:51 pm »
http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/412101_fwd-insight-venezuela-update-on-chavez-s-health-power.html

Who replaces Chavez?
I would keep my eye on FM Nicolas Maduro. Maduro is loyal as a dog to
Chavez. (the source knows Maduro personally, from the days that Maduro was
a driver of the metro bus.) At the same time, maduro is seen as the most
pragmatic in the regime. If Chavez's health deteriorates significantly
before the scheduled Oct 2012 elections, expect him to proclaim Maduro as
his successor in one way or another. You can already see him propping up
Maduro in a lot of ways. This is less risky than Chavez going through with
elections, winning, suddenly dying and then a power struggle among the
Chavistas breaking out. It will be much harder in this latter scenario for
Maduro to assert himself against rival Chavistas like Diosdado Cabello,
Rafiel Ramirez, etc.

Remember that there are four key players propping up the regime - China,
Cuba, Russia, Iran. All four are split on how to manage a post-Chavez
regime. China and Russia are more insulated, as they've tried to get away
from Chavez the personality, to preserving Chavismo, the regime. Russia
has set up a specific task force (note the Patrushev visits) to help
manage the post-chavez transition. Both China and Russia are backing
Maduro as their preferred successor. Cuba, however, is in trouble. They
can't count on a Maduro to continue subsidizing them with thousands of
barrels of oil every day. No one is really paying attention to Cuba - they
can;t count on the Europeans for investment. Without VZ, they're screwed.
The Cubans so far have been backing Adan Chavez (Chavez's brother) as the
preferred candidate, but he doesnt have the same following. Cuba may shift
to backing Maduro. (At this point in the convo, i brought up the
possibility of Cuba, having the best intel on VZ, using that intel to
leverage with the US and open up its options - he agreed that's what the
Castros will do to survive but he hasnt seen serious signs of this.. yet.)

Maduro is seen as more of a Lula candidate. He has a following, he has
charisma, but he's also a balancer. He's the kind of guy that would open
up to the US and keep tight with everyone else, but that still makes Iran
nervous. The source seems to think that Obama in his second term would
open up to Maduro (and this is something that he is actively working on.)

The opposition -
Venezuela is divided into 5 different strata - A, B, C, D, E - A ++ is the
elite of the elite, the boli-bourgeoisie that that Chavez has very
successfully vilified. Chavez doesn't give a shit about these guys. His
base is the D and E.
Capriles Radonski, Leopoldo Lopez, Maria Corina Machado are all the A++ -
way too elitist. They can't win over the chavista vote.
The only one that has a real chance is Pablo Perez - Zulia governor - he's
actually seen as one of the people. The conversation between him adn the
Castros is jsut starting up. (i asked if Perez is talking to Maduro yet -
he says not yet.)

guess who has been most cooperative with us lately? The military elite.
These guys have been living the good life. They love women... lots of
women. THey love booze. They love bora bora. They are easy to bribe. They
dont care about chavez. they care about maintaining their current
lifestyles. We've seen a lot of these military elite reach out to us
lately, trying to insulate themselves in a post-Chavez scenario.

This is why you'll see Chavez investing a lot of time and money in
developing the militia. They're his best insurance policy. The more of a
problem the militia can create on the streets, the more the military elite
will hestiate before acting against him or his potential successor.

The intent of the ley de precios is very simple. The money laundering
schemes in food, pharmaceuticals, energy parts, etc. etc. have gotten
worse./ Completely unchecked. This price controls law is the government's
way of controlling opposition campaign spending. Very straightforward -
they have the legal justification to intimidate corporations into cutting
back their support for the opposition, or else, their company is taken
over. This will allow the state more control of the private sector.

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Subject: INSIGHT - RUSSIA - Iskander Missile
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 2009 15:33:19 -0600
From: Lauren Goodrich
To: 'Secure List' , George Friedman


CODE: RU153
PUBLICATION: yes
ATTRIBUTION: STRATFOR sources Moscow
SOURCE DESCRIPTION: Russia's Defense Council (group of defense
specialists from Ministry, Militaries & GRU) that report to Puty
SOURCE RELIABILITY: 2
ITEM CREDIBILITY: high
HANDLER: Lauren

The Iskandar is of great use to Russia and much focus. It has been highly
successful both technologically and strategically. They consider the
Iskander the most effective and deadly nonstrategic (and even perhaps
strategic) ballistic missile in existence.

It is better than the Oka, which worried the US so much because of its
accuracy. But the Iskander is considered so much better. INF wiped out the
Oka, but the Iskander falls underneath the INF-for now. The Oka was/is to
replace the Elbrus, Tochka and Tockka-U and now the Iskandar replaces them
both, but with a new and more modern highly accurate propellant of a
short-range ballistic missile with a range of 500 km. Its accuracy is now
averaging of 10 meters or better. Its high velocity allows the missile to
penetrate antimissile defenses. It can fly low and make evasive maneuvers
in order to prevent interception by surface air missiles. It has
conventional warhead options and more recently Russia has been toying with
adding a nuclear warhead (but not officially).

There are two types of Iskanders. The 9K723 Iskander-M that is now
deployed in Russia and the 9K720 Iskander-E that is for export. The
former's range is of 450-500 km and the latter is of 280 km because of the
MTCR limits.

[he went on about the delivery vehicles with a ton of technical jargon I
am too tired to translate, but will if you're interested].

Each Iskander operational battalions has two TEL reload vehicles, two
command and control vehicles and a crew. Russia has created missile
brigades for each system-this is new for Russia. (Each brigade ideally-in
the future-- will have 3 missile battalions, with 12 TELs and 12
transporter-load vehicles with a total of 48 ballistic missiles).

The state tests for Iskander were done in 2004 and the batallions were
formed and put into service by the end of 2007.

Now the developers of the Iskander system are toying with further
development of its warfighting capabilities, including the integration of
the high-precision R-500 subsonic cruise missile. The R-500 is a more
conventional version of the old Soviet 3M10 long-range cruise missile with
a range of 2600 km, which was put on the Russian nuclear attack subs.
These were eliminated also under INF-for now. This testing will be wrapped
up by the end of 2009, since it has been successful thus far. After that
it is a political decision in whether to put it into service, though 6
missles with the R-500s are already ready to be implemented.

So at present everything that Russia has "implemented" falls under INF-but
that seems to be a short time issue at present, which is why Russia is
playing with the options.

By the time 2015 rolls around, 60 Iskanders will have been produced and
implemented.

There are already 5 Iskander Missile Brigades in service and stationed
across Russia.
26th - Luga, near St. Petersburg (in training and implementation stage)
92nd - in Kamenka, near Penza/Volga-Urals (done with training and
implementation)
103rd - in Ulan-Ude, in Siberia (in training and implementation stage)
107th in Semistochni, near Birobidzhan/Far East (done with training and
almost done with implementation)
114th in Znamensk, near Astrakhan in the Northern Caucasus. (in training
and implementation stage)

These are the brigades that did have the Tochka and Tochka-U. The 92nd and
107th were the first to get it and the 26th, 103rd and 114th are still
currently being implemented and trained but should be completed by the end
of 2011.

Note that this does not include a Brigade in Kaliningrad, the two from
Moscow district or the other Northern Caucasus brigades. These will have
to wait until after the first 5 brigades are ready, trained and
implemented. Also, the Kaliningrad decision is highly political, since it
could reach into Germany or take out any American bmd system. If the R-500
system were ever implemented, it would be able to take out targets all
across Europe with highly precise accuracy-again, a political decision.

The 630th Iskander Brigade - which trains the other Brigades - took part
in the Russia-Georgia war. [LG: he wouldn't go further into how the
Iskander was or the other missiles the Brigade uses were used in the
war..... but I had heard of Iskanders possibly used against Georgian tank
battalions in Gori, but never heard confirmation of such.... This seems
like partial confirmation to me].
--
Lauren Goodrich
Director of Analysis
Senior Eurasia Analyst
STRATFOR
T: 512.744.4311
F: 512.744.4334
lauren.goodrich@stratfor.com
www.stratfor.com
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