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3,024. The volume of evidence is that the space program that appears on the television news and has done these last few decades is actually only there as a movie to hide the real programme, which is actually exploring things that these guys already know are there. (Space & Conspiracy & Secrecy) David Icke
118,448. One of the most astounding things about D-Day was the way in which Allied counter-intelligence managed to keep the details of the invasion such a secret. (World War II & Secret) WWII: Countdown to Victory s1e19: D-Day at Last
87,882. One of America’s most infamous addresses: a place where fantasies come alive. Anything goes. But behind the security cameras and stone walls of the Playboy Mansion is to be found secrets, scandalous secrets. Outrageous secrets. So forbidden they’ve been locked away for decades. Until now. America's Book of Secrets: The Playboy Mansion, H2 2013
87,883. Countless parties for the rich and famous. ibid.
36,281. It is the most private organisation in America. With mysterious meetings held behind closed doors, and a membership that includes some of the most powerful men in the world. But behind this elite brotherhood are secrets. Secrets so outrageous. So controversial. And so dangerous that its members will defend them with their lives. (Freemasonry & Secrecy) America’s Book of Secrets: Freemasons s1e3, H2 2013
87,943. Operating in the shadows men trained to kill without leaving any trace. Who are these secret forces? And what are their covert methods? (Security & Secrecy) America’s Book of Secrets: America's Secret Armies s3e5
87,944. Who exactly is in control? (Security & Secrecy) ibid.
87,945. Secret war is being raged over the internet. (Security & Secrecy) ibid.
3,111. In Russian ALMAZ means ‘a diamond in the rough’. It was the codename for the Soviet spy platform. A name that could never be spoken. ALMAZ was a state secret. (Space & Spy & Secret) Astrospies
55,938. Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed. (Nobel & Deed & Secrecy) Blaise Pascal
6,216. Ryan Giggs! RYAN GIGGS! RYAN GIGGS! You’re not secret any more. (Law & Football & Secret) Football crowd chant May 2011 thereby breaking court super-injunction against revealing affair
4,178. And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it. (World & Watch & Secret & Believe & Magic) Roald Dahl
7,347. The past years has been filled with revelations about private detectives and journalists illegal accessing personal information on celebrities. But there is also a lucrative black market in information about you and me. All your secrets are up for sale. (Information & Detective & Secret) Dispatches: Watching the Detectives, Channel 4 2012
7,645. It was the scoop of the century. These were cables that showed a superpower’s secret thoughts. A quarter of a million US diplomatic messages apparently stolen by one of their own soldiers. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US) Richard Bilton, Wikileaks: The Secret Life of a Superpower I, BBC 2012
7,646. Bradley Manning ... had access to a world of secrets. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US) ibid.
7,647. The cables show a real tension in US diplomacy. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US) ibid.
7,648. Failed efforts to spread democracy and cosy alliances with dictators are recurring themes in the cables. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US) ibid.
7,649. The cables reveal a kind of moral ambivalence in US diplomacy. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Morality) ibid.
7,650. When key American interests are at stake justice counts for very little. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Justice) ibid.
7,651. Because of the Wikileaks’ reports we can all read their private thoughts. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) Richard Bilton, Wikileaks: The Secret Life of a Superpower II, BBC 2012
7,652. It’s the detail that’s extraordinary. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
7,653. Julian Assange, Bradley Manning: over half a million leaked documents. Tonight the whole story: Wikisecrets. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) Frontline: Wikisecrets, PBS
7,654. Video of massacre: Assange edited the material into a short presentation with a provocative title: Collateral Murder Baghdad 12th of July 2007. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
7,655. Manning had become an analyst at a time of increased intelligence sharing. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
7,656. Was Assange a passive recipient or was he more involved? (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
7,657. In the weeks before Manning was arrested, Julian Assange was on the road promoting Wikileaks. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
7,658. The release exposed candid, often embarrassing assessments. (Internet & Secrets & Foreign Relations US & Foreign Relations) ibid.
29,212. Ten years after September 11th ... The creation of Top Secret America. (United States & Secret) Frontline: Top Secret America, PBS, writers Kirk & Wiser, director Kirk
87,906. At the National Security Agency they called it the Program. Created after 9/11, collecting data on American citizens, secrets at the highest levels of government. Through two presidencies. (Secrecy & Data) Frontline: United States of Secrets I, PBS 2014
87,907. It was against the law to turn the NSA on Americans. (Secrecy & Data) ibid.
87,908. Thinthread – a program that could capture and sort massive amounts of phone and email. (Secrecy & Data) ibid.
87,909. Drake had been complaining internally about the Program for four years. Frontline: United States of Secrets II
87,910. ‘No more secrecy; that’s the commitment I make to you as president.’ ibid. Obama pledge
87,911. Convinced the Program was effective and necessary, Obama would now own it. ibid.
87,912. Snowden was initiating his own move to expose the Program. ibid
87,913. There was anger and confusion over just what kind of access major internet companies were giving the NSA. (Secrecy & Operations) Frontline: United States of Secrets III
87,914. [Operation] Prism was only part of what the NSA was up to. (Secrecy & Operations) ibid.
7,769. It is still classified above Top Secret. I have, however, heard that there is a plan to release some, if not all, of this material in the near future. (UFO & Secret) Senator Barry Goldwater, senate intelligence committee chairman 1975