Hillary Clinton directed U.S. diplomats to spy on and gather DNA of foreign officials

This is weird.

In July 2009, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a classified directive to U.S. diplomats to spy on and gather biometric information — including the DNA, fingerprints and iris scans — of United Nations officials.

DNA double helix

As reported by The Guardian, the UN officials include Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and his aides; undersecretaries; heads of specialized agencies and their chief advisers; heads of peace operations and political field missions, including force commanders; and the permanent Security Council representatives from China, Russia, France and the UK.

The secret “national human intelligence collection directive” was sent to US missions at the UN in New York, Vienna and Rome; 33 embassies and consulates, including those in London, Paris and Moscow. In addition to the State Department, the operation involved all of Washington’s main intelligence agencies — the CIA’s clandestine service, the US Secret Service and the FBI.

The directive came to light when WikiLeaks published classified U.S. diplomatic cables, dated between December 1966 and Februry 2010, which had been sent to the State Department by 274 of its consulates, embassies, and diplomatic missions around the world.

To read the 2009 National Human Intelligence Collection Directive, click here.

Spying on UN officials is illegal, according to:

  1. The 1946 UN convention on privileges and immunities which states: “The premises of the United Nations shall be inviolable. The property and assets of the United Nations, wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall be immune from search, requisition, confiscation, expropriation and any other form of interference, whether by executive, administrative, judicial or legislative action”.
  2. The 1961 Vienna convention on diplomatic relations, which covers the UN, also states that “the official correspondence of the mission shall be inviolable”.

When asked whether Barack Obama is also responsible for the illegal directive and should resign, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said “the order is so serious it may well have been put to the president for approval”, and that “Obama must answer what he knew about this illegal order and when. If he refuses to answer or there is evidence he approved of these actions, he must resign.”

The UN is not the only target. Since 2008, i.e., the last year of the Bush Administration with Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state, the State Department has issued at least nine directives to embassies around the world. In one directive, Washington ordered staff in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda to obtain biometric information of leading figures in business, politics, intelligence, military, religion and in key ethnic groups.

What would the U.S. do with the DNA of foreign officials?


50 responses to “Hillary Clinton directed U.S. diplomats to spy on and gather DNA of foreign officials

  1. I know it is off-topic for this post, but I find that it is quite interesting to note that the UN recognizes the problems ‘administrative’ branches of government can cause, while the US Constitution only notes the executive, judicial, and legislative branches. It is the administrative one in the USA that steals children from families.

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    • Dear Lorrenzita:

      Thank you for reading FOTM.

      Your IP address is in Bolivia, so I can understand that you don’t know this — the executive branch of the US federal government is the administrative branch.

      Definition of executive branch (https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Executive+Branch):

      The branch of the U.S. government that is composed of the president and all the individuals, agencies, and departments that report to the president, and that is responsible for administering and enforcing the laws that Congress passes.

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      • Yes, I am that singled out dot on the map in South America on DC Clothesline. I’m from the USA, born and raised in corn country Indiana. If I’d have known that my first job detassling corn would help lead to hybrid corn, I wouldn’t have taken the job, I’d have mown lawns or something, anything. A lot of what you post on here is why I am here now, and not back up there. I’m only one person and I can’t win that war they are waging.

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    • Lorrencita, you show an interest in the United States, congraulations, I share a lot of compassion for Latin Americans, specially Bolivia, so rich in ancient history and so poor when it comes to indigenous people, you are not to be blamed for being ignorant of our laws, your corrupt officials and communism have kept all of you in the dark, WE don’t steal children from families, We are a generous people, WE ADOPT children world over, we turn those unwanted children in well to do men and women, lawyers, doctors, educators, proud citizens that otherwise would have been cocain traffickers, guerrillas, rapists, and illegals trying to reach this country unable to integrate our way of living an becoming a burden to the taxpayers. By the way, I was not born in the United States, I am a naturalized citizen.

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  2. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    For your information.

    Reason for the DNA- in case she needed to blackmail them.



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    • Interesting! Do you mean that the DNA could be used to contaminate a crime scene and incriminate an innocent person?

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      • That’s what it sounds like to me too. Also, the “elite” seem to have a fascination with bloodlines.

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      • This has occurred to me as well. Also has anyone noticed how every time you call a big bank or some large store they are recording your call? I don’t believe this is just for customer service. They always give you an option to opt out of being recorded. I have asked for that but it then takes a year then to speak with anyone about your issue. I think a day will come where they can or will use your voice to assemble a fake recording to say something you didn’t say- again for either setting people up or blackmail. Maybe overly paranoid, but just like this story above, I ask, why would they need to record your voice?

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        • They already do. NEVER answer in the affirmative to a commercial caller. They say that line to make what they do next legal. They are trying to get you to say “yes” or “uh huh”.

          They’ll say “can you hear me?”. You say “yes”. They record yes and put it somewhere else in the conversation.

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        • “why would they need to record your voice”

          To protect the company in case someone sues them about the transaction or call?

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      • My question would be . . . if DNA of say a UN official was used to contaminate a crime scene . . . aren’t they shielded from prosecution due to their affiliation to the UN?

        When you look at all the weird things our government is up to, it boggles the mind.

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        • There’s ALSO the fact that,since Obama threw the rule book into the fire,just because the law says something works a certain way,isn’t any sort of guarantee that it WILL work that way. NOTHING is carved in stone anymore-a little money from the right powerful crook in the right pockets will get the result they desire. THAT is one of the things our President is trying to remove from the formula-Corruption.

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  3. fits right in with her Satanism and Voodoo Rituals

    Virus-free. http://www.avast.com

    Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. * *Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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  4. You can electromagnetically harass someone with their dna. Many lone gunman say “voices in their head” made them do it. Just watched a video about it.

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  5. I read this morning that California has been stockpiling DNA from every baby born in the state for years. Besides that, there have been several instances where they have been caught doctoring evidence, especially the FBI.

    Why should we believe what they say in court? Most defendants can’t afford to retest all the evidence presented. In addition, there is pressure on the labs to produce usable evidence.

    It is nothing for them to “salt” a crime scene. That’s what got OJ off. It wasn’t that he didn’t do the crime. The LA cops were used to planting evidence. They just decided to “tweak” what they had a little. Standard procedure when your defendant is usually a poor black kid. Unfortunately for them that one could afford a legal team.

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    • ” Most defendants can’t afford to retest all the evidence presented”
      Not to mention the many cases of, “There was only enough DNA to test it once or we would have run it twice to be sure….”

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  6. As far as I’ve read, every state since at least 1964 has used the heel prick in the hospital to draw blood from newborns and that sample goes straight up to that state’s Dept of “Health”, which in the early part of the 1900s, those departments were known as departments of eugenics. (They change the names to protect the guilty.) Of course, the states never told the parents the blood was being stored by the DOH. I think the excuse was they were testing for some illness or other….
    They’ve already got most of the info they need on everyone, and they did that without asking for permission, naturally. This part of the agenda is just to get people used to the idea of handing their DNA over to strangers and not thinking anything about it. You know, the “normalization” process of which Yuri Bezmenov spoke.

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    • Yes, I suppose you’re right. Since they can now reproduce it from a very small sample they should be able to generate enough for any outcome they like. It has always fascinated me how gullible some are to government antics.

      There was an “X-Files” episode where there was a vast, underground storage vault with a file on everyone. I don’t think that’s so far off the mark.

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    • And now people are willingly forking over money and their DNA to so-called genealogy ancestry companies!

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    • Those heel pricks are for a PKU test to see if the baby has enough of and the right enzyme for growth and development. Nothing nefarious.


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  8. What in the WORLD is Hillary hiding under her jacket? Envelopes of DNA?

    Something is going on with her…

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  9. There is also talk of developing “targeted” bio-weapons. These would only affect those who’s DNA specified.

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    • Very sharp, lophatt! Yes, it’s done and done.

      My good friend James ‘Jim’ Kennedy [funny how that clan favours nicknames, i.e., Joseph morphs into Joe, Robert segues Bob, Jacqueline, Jackie, etc. Only JFK remained John.] was a highly ranked electronics engineer at IBM before he left in 1964 for self-employment. I haven’t seen him in more than 30 years, but the melody lingers on.

      He was VERY keen on the newest fad, cloning, and wanted to clone himself. Why he’d do that when he had a drop-dead gorgeous wife was beyond me, but he felt it was A Good Thing; I felt that one Jim Kennedy per lifetime was enough of a Godsend. I always suspected cloning was not all that it was promoted to be, even for plants, where it had HUGE applications for more than 20 years… until the weaknesses came out in the late 1980s.

      It turns out [Surprise, surprise!] that as in ANY replication modality, each generation is less ‘focused’ than the previous, so genetic traits begin to decay, until 20 generations later it ends in a mess of weak, sickly crapola. Could it be that God’s Plan is better than what we can substitute?

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      • Very interesting. That rather reminded me of some “cutting edge” people who jumped on the bandwagon for “pyrogenics” and were having themselves (or just their heads) frozen for future repair.

        As you say, there appears to be a “dilution” factor here. I think that is one of the fundamental flaws with this type of research. We often think we know all we need to know before we do.

        Regarding this article, I have read that there are attempts afoot to target ever more specific “groups” and even down to the individual. This would be some sort of “carrier” that only attacks a particular profile.

        it has been said (more than once) that our Mr. Gates is heavily invested in this, worldwide. “This” used to be called “Eugenics”. Of course that has a bad ring to it for anyone old enough to know what that means. I doubt if they teach anything about it in school any longer.

        It seems that Gates’ “vaccination” programs were veiled sterilization programs instead. Such a nice, clean cut, lad to be doing the Devil’s work.

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      • Interesting thing about the decay of DNA in cloning.

        As for “Only JFK remained John,” he too had a nickname — Jack.

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        • Thank you for the reminder. I’d recently arrived in CA in 1963, before he was assassinated, and always had a European-influenced habit of using full formal names, so I never thought of him as ‘Jack’. He was likely the last truly great President of the 20th century. I was absolutely shocked stupid when I stood at work, hearing of the assassination…. So horrible in so many ways. Tears.

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  10. DNA can also be used to determine familial relationships for “influence” as well as organ harvesting.

    Nothing is out of the realm of possibility. Nothing.

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  11. “To defeat your enemy, first know your enemy.” (paraphrased)
    Sun Tzu, “The Art of War”.
    I’m sure the Deep State and NWO have both read it.
    DNA is a person’s blue print…

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  12. Back when George W. Bush was U.S. president, I read that there used to be measures taken to sequester the bowel movements of important U.S. officials when they stayed in hotels, etc., for purposes of national security or, conversely, to obtain samples of the waste products of enemy officials so as to be able to diagnose them for any ailments, medications being taken, etc. (Nowadays, post-CRISPR and other genetic manipulation tools and even further advanced research, it’s likely that so much more could be done than diagnosis.) And of course, the ordinary reader may still wonder whether Yassir Arafat was done in by polonium on his toothbrush.

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  13. traildustfotm

    What would Hillary do with this? My guess is some for blackmail to gain control and power. Such actions on her part are likely the reason she thought she would “win” in 2016. Such blackmail might also be the reason so many in news and entertainment, and in government continue to keep up the fight against President Trump. People have been known to fear assassination and death threats to their families after crossing Hillary. The Hilldabeast must still have many in great fear. When she dies we may see many begin to speak the truth they’ve been hiding.

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  14. This order likely originated as a suggestion from someone in the CIA. Whatever the origin of this, this is my Question:


    The only reasons I can determine for this order are, first, as kommensensejane said, or implied—or at least Dr. E. deduced, to incriminate via tampering with a crime scene, or, second, outright blackmail.

    Whatever the whole truth of the thing may be, someone in the Deep State is showing the Deep State’s UTTER DESPERATION to maintain control of the foreign policy of the United States. It is clearly the desperation of an Empire nearing its END.
    In the meantime, re.: Hillary Clinton: How many more years of evil does this woman have left? Will she EVER run out of steam?? The answer is known, but to God!

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  15. This world just gets weirder. I suppose it could be used for law enforcement purposes (although diplomatic immunity might stymie efforts to expel, say, a rapist) or for ID.

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