Sixteen Intelligence Units in the U$ Are In a Bureaucratic Feud – The Enemy Is the Other Agency in a Turf War Over $600 Billion Spent Since 2001
Why are intelligence agencies so unintelligent? (Part 1)
From the September 11, 2001 “attacks” on the United States to 2017, the government has spent more than $600 billion on intelligence. The Fiscal Year 2018 budget request for intelligence included a request of $57.7 billion for the National Intelligence Program (NIP) and a request of $20.7 billion for the Military Intelligence Program (MIP). The Fiscal Year 2017 budget request for intelligence was updated to include a request of $54.9 billion for the National Intelligence Program (NIP) and a request of $18.5 billion for the Military Intelligence Program (MIP).
So with a combined intelligence budget for the 16 intelligence bureaucracies in the US which amounting to more than $600 billion spent since 2001, the following continues to go on in the United States? This isn’t about fighting “terrorism”, “protecting the Homeland”, or about “security”, this is about money and lot’s of it despite what the senate or the congress misinform the American people on.
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We’ve discovered executives from three of the sixteen intelligence bureaucracies in discussions at a recent congressional hearing on “intelligence” agency budgets.