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Pentagon considers employees unhappy with US policies a security threat

08.08.2013 14:29

The Pentagon is warning its employees to be on the look-out for colleagues who demonstrate an “unhappiness with US foreign policy,” visit family abroad and have financial problems – traits that classify someone as an “insider threat”.

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MEJanssen 08.08.2013 23:04

So, the key to improving security in the Pentagon is just to fire all of the unhappy people?

 

Stan Dinsmore 08.08.2013 21:46

John 21:04..That is true of what Khrushchev said, but he did not say the USA couldn't be defeated from outside as his concern was the same as Putin today, adequate defense from US attack. Khrushchev knew, if USA didn't, that he never intended fro Russia to attack the USA. He also knew that greed at the top of Capitalist hierarchy would lead to economic hardship over time.

 

Neily Dennis 08.08.2013 18:47

Americans posting comments trying to defend and justify their governments crimes and terrorism is mind boggling.
It gives the rest of the word an insight into how brainwashed you really are. Usually by your biased mainstream media.
If you really bothered to check independent news outlets such as ProPublica, The Real News Network and Democracy Now, you will find the REAL news whats going on in your country. Your mainstream media is just government propaganda.
You might just change your mind when you are sitting in a pre arranged FEMA camp.

 

Neily Dennis 08.08.2013 18:33

[quote name='Eric' time='08.08.2013 17:43']Hmm...someone who works in the government, has financial problems, visits a foreign country regularly, and isn't pleased with American foreign policy.....being a security risk.

At least we aren't murdering dissidents yet like our "wonderful, perfect, intellectual, superior-in-every-wa y", eastern counterparts.[/quote ]

Russia doesn't preach all over the world about false illusuions of a Democracy. Your country santctions any Soverign Country that doesn't comply fully with the US demands. Your country is the leader in terrorism - FACT!

 

Eric 08.08.2013 17:43

Hmm...someone who works in the government, has financial problems, visits a foreign country regularly, and isn't pleased with American foreign policy.....being a security risk.

Sound s like common sense to me. You Russians know more about this stuff than anyone in the world. Why would you want a job taking part in things you disagree with? Those would be the people who leak info to other governments.

Agreeing or disagreeing with the policy doesn't preclude you from basic reasoning.

At least we aren't murdering dissidents yet like our "wonderful, perfect, intellectual, superior-in-every-wa y", eastern counterparts.

 

Aleksey Kleytman 08.08.2013 17:33

Careful using your 1st amendment against the organization put in place to defend your 1st amendment!

 

Alex Povolotski 08.08.2013 17:25

We all know it is the necessary evil in the security field or in the industry dealing with secrets. But no wonder staffers are not happy. Who would be with extra screening and sniffing around and with labeling you a high risk?

 

Frank 08.08.2013 17:18

Eventually the security complex in the USA will crash and burn on it's own. Humans are not robots that they can program how to think and act. Unfortunately, good employees will pay a severe price in the meantime for expressing independent thought.

 

Sashka26FW 08.08.2013 17:10

In USSA you LIKE your JOB or your JOB doesn't LIKE you! )) LOL.. talk about totalitarian rouge regime of USA for the benefit of America) lol..

 

Elina 08.08.2013 16:58

Agreed!

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