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Πέμπτη, 07 Ιανουάριος 2016 03:59

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Black operation
A black operation or black op is a covert operation by a government, a government agency, or a military organization. This can include activities by private companies or groups. Key features of a black operation are that it is clandestine and it is not attributable to the organization carrying it out. The main difference between a black operation and one that is merely clandestine is that a black operation involves a significant degree of deception, to conceal who is behind it or to make it appear that some other entity is responsible ("false flag" operations).
A single such activity may be called a "black bag operation"; that term is primarily used for covert or clandestine surreptitious entries into structures to obtain information for human intelligence operations. Such operations are known to have been carried out by the FBI,[5] the Central Intelligence Agency, Mossad, MI6, ISI (Pakistan), RAW, MSS, and the intelligence services of other nations.
Reported examples
In 2007 the Central Intelligence Agency declassified secret records detailing illegal domestic surveillance, assassination plots, kidnapping, and infiltration and penetration of other "black" operations undertaken by the CIA from the 1950s to the early 1970s. CIA Director General Michael Hayden explained why he released the documents, saying that they provided a "glimpse of a very different time and a very different agency".
In May 2007 ABC News, and later the Daily Telegraph, reported that United States president George W. Bush had authorized the CIA to undertake "black operations" in Iran in order to promote regime change as well as to sabotage Iran's nuclear program. ABC News was subsequently criticized for reporting the secret operation, with 2008 presidential candidate Mitt Romney saying he was "shocked to see the ABC News report regarding covert action in Iran," but ABC said the CIA and the Bush Administration knew of their plans to publish the information and raised no objections.
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_operation]
 
Each and everyone of us, more or less, know that there may be some coutries which are being involved with illegitimate operations like, drugs dealing, arms dealing, colonialism, anethical and involuntary medical experiments, unjust wars, etc. Obviously, illegitimate operations strictly demand secrecy, though, there aren't any effective barriers for information, which, sooner or later, leeks.
Black operations are being employed, among other reasons, for silencing innocent civilians who, either willingly, or, accidentaly, posses clasified information. Those black operations, may involve exterminating, or, "dissapearing", those innocent civilians.
How, European Union member states are going to react in case of an innocent European citizen become targeted by an illegitimate black operation?
Do they posses enough National Sovereignity and economic independence for obeying both, the law and the moral principles?
Are they going to protect him, or, are they going to trade him, by his weight, at the price of frozen beef?

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