“The Manhattan Project for Counter-Terrorism” [Published July 10, 2019]

Official Insignia of the Information Awareness Office [TIA]

Many horrible things have happened as a result of 9/11. The war in Iraq / Afghanistan, the patriot act, airport security, first responder cancer issues, (so-called) isis, and the list goes on and on. Let’s talk about the changes in SURVEILLANCE caused by the big LIE known as 9/11.

Total Information Awareness
“The TIA is a database. However, the term “database” really refers to a new kind of HUGE, Omni-media, centralized, and controlled information repository. This so-called “database” is not constrained by today’s limited commercial database products. DARPA (and many others) use various technologies to architect, populate, and exploit this “database” for combating terrorism in America”. Companies that were contracted to work on TIA included…   
Science Applications International Corporation,  Booz Allen Hamilton,  Lockheed Martin Corporation,  Schafer Corporation,  SRS Technologies,  Adroit Systems,  CACI Dynamic Systems, ASI Systems International, and Syntek Technologies. (1) 
The first 4 Corporations that I have underlined above^  in red are all members & sponsors of the DEPS. Directed Energy Professional Society. 

I’ve been researching and watching the activity of SAIC during the year 2018. After all SAIC has been doing the same thing to ALL OF US since at least 2002, without our consent. To quote a friend of mine regarding SAIC: “They are one of the most evil Corporations on this planet” I agree 100%. SAIC changed its name to Leidos in 2013, operating SAIC as a subsidiary. I often see articles on the internet about Liedos (Science Applications International Corporations) and the majority of the time, these articles are removed from the web within 2-4 hours of being published. Not only that, but I often see them not being mentioned in a project that they are definitely involved in. Here is a publication that is supposed to be the same list of Corporations. This is a mainstream article from December 17, 2002. Can you spot what’s missing?

It was an ‘Outsourced Job’

“Outsourcing Big Brother”
DARPA, which oversees the Total Information Awareness System (TIA), awarded 13 contracts to Booz Allen & Hamilton ($23 million). Lockheed Martin Corporation ($27 million). The Schafer Corporation ($15 million). Other prominent contractors involved in the TIA program include SRS Technologies, Adroit Systems, CACI Dynamic Systems, Syntek Technologies, and ASI Systems International. (2) TIA itself was first proposed by an employee of a private contractor. John Poindexter, who worked on DARPA projects for Syntek, an Arlington, Va.-based technical and engineering services firm, suggested the program in the wake of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks… (2)

You can finish the article by following this link: 

VIDEO: 30 sec.

Why wasn’t SAIC mentioned in these articles? They mention John Poindexter but Not Brian Hicks or SAIC. You’ll also notice in the screenshot above^ Hicks doesn’t have a Wikipedia link like Poindexter. All the other corporations involved were listed. Why leave out SAIC when they were clearly involved in this Total Information Awareness Program? As a matter of fact, not only was SAIC given contracts to work on it, but as you can see it was partly SAIC’s idea to come up with the program, because of 9/11. (1) Supposedly SAIC worked on a technology, codenamed “Basketball” through its former Hicks & Associates consulting arm which is ran by former Defense and military officials ($19 million contract in 2002). This is the core architecture to integrate all the TIA’s information extraction, analysis, and dissemination tools. (1) Once again, you have to ask, with this being such a vital component in this whole “database” thing why wouldn’t SAIC be mentioned?

First, let’s point out that Admiral Pointdexter (SAIC-TIA) was involved in Rex 84, a classified scenario and drill developed by the United States federal government to detain large numbers of United States citizens deemed to be “national security threats”, in the event that the president declared a National Emergency. (11)

Now, again;with TIA being such a vital component in this whole “database” thing why wouldn’t SAIC (Leidos) be mentioned? Who is SAIC – VIDEO: 1 min.

Okay, now lets fast forward about 3 months in time. In February 2003, EPIC also known as [Electronic Privacy Information Center] filed an FOIA request and did an Analysis of Total Information Awareness Contractor Documents. (3) Neither do these documents make any mention of SAIC or their involvement in the Total Information Awareness Program. Even worse the Department of Defense attempted to block the public release of these documents by imposing unprecedented fees on EPIC, a public interest research organization.

EPIC challenged the fee determination, and a federal district court ruled for EPIC and against the Department of Defense. The court ordered the Pentagon to “expeditiously” process EPIC’s almost year-old request for information concerning Admiral John Poindexter and the Information Awareness Office. The documents do not show how much funding the proposal received. The “Broad Agency Announcement” (or “BAA”) notes that most proposals should anticipate receiving between $200,000 – 1 million per year. Of the 180, there are 26 approval letters. The most recent letter released is dated December 4, 2002.

The list of contractors who sought funding ranges from large corporations, including Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, to small technology start-ups and large research universities. (3)  Once again no mention here of SAIC in any of these documents from 2002. So we have undeniable proof of internet [SAIC] censorship.

You can read the analysis done by EPIC here. https://epic.org/privacy/profiling/tia/doc_analysis.html 

As I said, I often see articles published mentioning SAIC (Liedos) and then removed within hours. Lets look at some more examples of obvious surveillance and censorship coming from SAIC (Leidos).

So we’ve all heard about the so called “Russian Hacking of the U.S. Elections” right? Well it turns out these alleged “hacks” reached far beyond the DNC into the defense industry. According to Wikipedia a Russian cyber espionage group called Fancy Bear was responsible for targeting Eastern European governments and militaries, the country of Georgia and the Caucasus, Ukraine, security-related organizations such as NATO, as well as US defense contractors Academi (formerly known as Blackwater)Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon(4) 

So here we have again, 4 sponsors of the Directed Energy Professional Society all being ‘targeted’ by these ‘Russian hackers’ during the 2016 U.S. elections. We are given some sources for this information. The Chicago Tribune. However this mainstream source goes on to say…

“The list skewed toward workers for defense contractors such as Boeing, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin or senior intelligence figures, prominent Russia watchers, and — especially — Democrats. More than 130 party workers, campaign staffers and supporters of the party were targeted, including Podesta and other members of Clinton’s inner circle.”(5)

As you can see, once again the media has failed to mention Science Applications International Corporations. In this case SAIC is considered a victim of cyber attacks, so why on Earth would they want to be excluded from the publication? Maybe a more important question is: HOW is it that,  regardless of the subject matter, they’re able to be removed from any and all public articles?

One possibility is, a lot of these employees (who own a share in the company) also work or have previously worked for the other corporations in the DEPS. One example of this is Dr. Donald A. Hicks. Earlier I mentioned Brian Hicks (it was partly his idea for T.I.A.) This man is the Chairman of the Board of Hicks & Associates, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Before he founded Hicks & Associates, he served as the Under Secretary of Defense for Research & Engineering. During this time he was the Advisor to the Secretary of Defense for scientific and technical matters, basic and applied research, environmental sciences, and the development of weapon systems. (6)  He also held other top positions at Northrop Grumman, Applied Research Department of the Nortronics, Boeing Company’s Aerospace Group, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the National Security Advisory Panel of the Sandia National Laboratories. (6) 

But there is a much more obvious reason for SAIC being able to receive such discretion from media platforms on the web. That is because SAIC has controlled and dominated the internet domain for years. They OWN portions of the Internet! (10) For more info I suggest you read this:

 The Untold Story of SAIC, Network Solutions, and the Rise of the Web
 Published July 29th, 2009 by Bruce V. Bigelow

Video: 6 mins.

But not everyone has shown complete discretion to this evil corporation. Here, I found a great article written on Jan 22, 2015, by Nafeez Ahmed an investigative journalist from the U.K. (7)  According to Nafeez, in 1989, Richard O’Neill, wrote a paper for the US Naval War College,  ‘Toward a methodology for perception management.’ In his book, Future Wars, Col. John Alexander, records that O’Neill’s paper outlined a strategy for “perception management” as part of information warfare (IW). This technique has been applied to everybody by SAIC, especially independent researchers online who are trying to promote & spread the truth to others. SAIC has a shady past that involves sexual misconduct and political corruption. When the head of SAIC Robert Beyster traveled on business, he often took one of the aides-de-camp with him, and asked his secretary to arrange for them to stay in the same hotel room—this according to the secretary’s courtroom testimony. Wilson said in a deposition that one of the young men told him that he didn’t like doing it, but that “it was part of traveling with Beyster.” Some of the young aides-de-camp went on to become executives at SAIC. Bernice King testified that Beyster had a name for his young assistants: he called them his “baby boys.” (9) Three class action lawsuits were recently filed in the wake of a breach affecting 4.9 million beneficiaries in the TRICARE military healthcare program. One suit against SAIC, filed in a Texas state court by attorney Richard Coffman, seeks $4.9 billion in damages, or $1,000 for each person affected. The 2nd suit against SAIC, filed by two law firms, seeks unspecified total damages on behalf of Californians affected by the breach. SAIC declined to comment on the lawsuits…. (8)

False Heroes

It started out as Total Information Awareness and it became something known as PRISM. The funny thing is all of this was exposed in the 1998 Hollywood film: “Enemy of the State” where corrupt National Security Agency officials have a congressman assassinated to assure the passage of expansive new surveillance legislation. NSA raids houses and plants surveillance devices. They disseminate false evidence, hiring criminals to commit murder, spying, etc. Yet it takes another 15 years until we heard about PRISM, which was ‘leaked’ to The Washington Post and The Guardian by Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old NSA contractor. [still contracted?] We were told all kinds of things about the NSA and spying but was this really anything we didn’t already know? The TIA program was the same thing, launched in the immediate wake of September 11th 2001. Edward Snowden worked for Booz Allen Hamilton (member of the DEPS) who was contracted to work on the program. It is the NSA’s job to spy. This is obviously a very immoral job to hold, but, shouldn’t we go after the people who made it happen in the first place instead of complaining about the government? It’s the private contractors who are using our tax dollars to fund this enormous conspiracy. Evidence of U.S. taxes being siphoned off into black operations to commit false flags, while spying on everybody. Are these guys a product of those black operations?

See Richplanet TV – Episode #240 for more info…

“We also now know thanks to Snowden that the NSA’s XKeyscore ‘Digital Network Intelligence’ exploitation system was designed to allow analysts to search not just Internet databases like emails, online chats and browsing history, but also telephone services, mobile phone audio, financial transactions and global air transport communications — essentially the entire global telecommunications grid.” (7)

What is PRISM and who created it?

PRISM was developed by SAIC. Yes the same company that was also involved in the 2002 TRAILBLAZER program for analyzing network data. Involved in the establishment of PRISM was Ron Baham – Senior Vice President and Operations Manager at SAIC who worked on CMMA PRISM at JDISS from 2000 – 2004. (7)  As they said this TIA program was implemented as a result of 9/11. Well, that is absolutely outrageous. Especially considering the overwhelming amount of evidence which proves that SAIC played many roles in the September 11th [false flag] attacks. This includes being hired by NIST to produce false reports about the alleged airplanes crashes and the destruction of the World Trade Center. (4) Ultimately elements of this nasty corporation are also responsible for covering up advanced technology and preventing a real criminal investigation into 9/11 from ever taking place.

SAIC (Leidos) is always in the “Right place at the right time” including during Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

Follow these links for more details about the role SAIC played in the September 11th attacks.

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They even had employees from SAIC working for the 9/11 commission staff.

Sources Cited:

(1) https://justpaste.it/TIA-LivesOn
(2) https://justpaste.it/DARPA-TIA
(3) https://epic.org/privacy/profiling/tia/doc_analysis.html
(4) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fancy_Bear#cite_note-5
(5) http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-russian-hacking-20171102-story.html
(6) https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Donald_A._Hicks
(7) https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/how-the-cia-made-google-e836451a959e
(8) https://www.databreachtoday.com/2-suits-target-saic-in-tricare-breach-a-4389
(9) https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2007/03/spyagency200703
(10) https://www.xconomy.com/san-diego/2009/07/29/the-untold-story-of-saic-network-solutions-and-the-rise-of-the-web-part-1/3/
(11) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rex_84