Company specializing in response to “National Security challenges” seeks new employees
August 20, 2013
A recent post on a San Diego Craigslist website advertises the need for “motivated” Surveillance Role Players (SRPs) and scenario driven practical exercise Role Players (RPs). The ad claims to be looking to fill these positions to “support military training activities in the San Diego, Calif. region.”
The ad further states: “Qualified personnel should demonstrate an established track record of conducting surveillance operations at various discretion levels, supporting surveillance training and military practical exercise training. Individuals with previous military, intelligence community and law enforcement experience are highly preferred.”
The MASY Group, the company hiring, is looking for candidates that have a minimum of five years of counterintelligence (CI) or human intelligence (HUMINT), with at least two years of operational deployments in a CI/HUMINT military occupational specialty. Applicants are also required at minimum, to possess a secret clearance to qualify.
According to the company’s website, their mission is to “effectively address and solve our client’s emerging and most complex leadership, organizational and operational challenges.”
The MASY Group’s board of advisers consists of several political players with quite lengthy government profiles including Dr. Loch Johnson, former special assistant to the chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence from 1975-76, and former first staff director of the House of Subcommittee on Intelligence Oversight in 1977-79.
Also on the board is Dr. Mark M. Lowenthal, President and CEO of the Intelligence and Security Academy, LLC, which has government clients in the intelligence, defense and homeland security sectors. The third board member is Rear Admiral Christopher Weaver who has an extensive background in “Defense base infrastructure management and strategic organizational change.”
The MASY Group offers services to government agencies and corporate clients including:
• Army National Guard
• Defense Intelligence Agency
• Department of Defense
• Department of Justice
• Department of the Army
• Office of the Director of National Intelligence
• BAE Systems
• Booz Allen Hamilton
• David Hale Associates
• General Dynamics
• Global Research Solutions
The rise of false flag events triggers the need for more crisis actors, and this Craigslist ad seems to be looking for just that.
Private defense contractors have been known to routinely be present on the scene during government staged false flag events, often working closely with crisis actors. Five military contractors were confirmed to be on the scene during the Boston bombing, however the mainstream media initially refused to acknowledge their presence.
A report from Washington’s Blog states, “there was a drill at the start of the Boston marathon, many false flag attacks coincide with drills (as a cover story to get logistics in place, and in case someone gets caught.)”
The report links to a press release by the Air National Guard admitting that “Texas and Mass. National Guard members continue to provide support to civil and local authorities in the wake of the West, Texas and Boston Marathon explosions.”
The report also states that in Boston there were “more than 850 National Guard members on duty to assist local authorities with logistics and security.”
This article was posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 3:23 pm