WTF File, Vol. I, No. I – CIA Skincare Calling

April 9, 2016 – San Francisco, CA – FreeFireZoneBlog News – As part of the re-branding of FreeFireZoneBlog, we are adding a new feature, the What the Fuck [WTF] File, this being the inaugural piece. Each item will contain a brief synopsis of material we think should be given wider intellectual play as Western Civilization continues to flirt with suicide through Marxist deconstructionism and its handmaiden, multiculturalism.

That said and in order to avoid having to constantly drive the point home, there are two stipulations regarding every one of these news stories.

  1. All media is biased, deal with it.
  2. The GOP is primarily populated by liars, crooks, crony capitalists and weasels who will gladly lose to the HildaBeast in order to keep the gravy flowing. Republicanism is dead and has been for a long time. Hence the thought of it being an opposition party is a fairy tale, no slight intended to Senator Lindsey Graham [R-SC].

We state these as indisputable facts of jouro life up front so that we do not have to make reference – ad nauseam – to such things as the craven nature of the media, as well as hand-wringing along the lines of, “why doesn’t Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell or Trey Gowdy do something about this,” because all these folks ever “do about things” is spend additional taxpayer monies on Kabuki-like investigations which are designed from the get-go to conceal whatever vital kernel of truth lies at the heart of the matter which has been teed up for “examination.”

In our first posting we call our reader’s attention to a story carried by The Intercept regarding a holding by the 15 year old venture capital arm of our nation’s beloved CIA – In-Q-Tel.

The company in question seems odd, Skincential Sciences, a high end line of cosmetics.

“In-Q-Tel, founded in 1999 by then-CIA Director George Tenet, identifies cutting-edge technology to support the mission of the CIA and other intelligence agencies, and provides venture funding to help grow tech firms to develop those solutions.

“Our company is an outlier for In-Q-Tel,” Russ Lebovitz, the chief executive of Skincential Sciences, said during an interview with The Intercept. He conceded that the relationship might make for “an unusual and interesting story,” but said, “If there’s something beneath the surface, that’s not part of our relationship and I’m not directly aware. They’re interested here in something that can get easy access to biomarkers.”

Thus explained, the pairing makes perfect sense since some of Skincential’s products are considered helpful by SpookCentral in collecting uncontaminated DNA as part of an unspecified biometric ID program.

The police state aspects of this should be obvious to just about anyone, as the society moves ever closer to the Orwellian state.

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