August 28-30, 2009 -- NSA Q Group employs more Soviet-style security measures

publication date: Aug 28, 2009
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August 28-30, 2009 -- NSA Q Group employs more Soviet-style security measures

WMR's National Security Agency (NSA) sources report that the agency's Q Group personnel security department, acting in concert with the dubious NSA medical unit, has adopted a new approach to dealing with NSA employees who express opposition to illegal surveillance policies and draconian internal security procedures.

On August 23, 2005, WMR reported, "In the spirit of the Soviet 'psikhushka' psychiatric hospitals where anti-regime dissidents were sent, NSA is using psychologists to eliminate independent-minded intelligence analysts and other career employees. Adverse psychiatric evaluations of experienced NSA professionals are being used by the neocons controlling the agency to gut America's signals intelligence and information security capabilities."

NSA Security, headed up by Kemp Ensor III, and NSA medical worked in tandem to deny security access to employees deteremined to be mentally unfit to have access to classified information at NSA.

However, due to the attrition of highly-qualified personnel, the security-medical duo is now prescribing Prozac and Zoloft for NSA employees who refuse to fall into line. NSA is abuzz with the new requirement for employees to take what they call "happy pills."

The sexual harassment scene has also reportedly changed at Fort Meade. In the past, sexual harassment at NSA involved older male managers preying on young female employees. That has now changed in what has become an environment of "do ask and do tell." WMR has been informed that there is an increase in complaints about sexual harassment from new young male hires about being forced into "kinky rendezvouses" with older male managers.

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