National Intelligence Council

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AbbreviationNIC
Formation1979
LeaderChairman of the National Intelligence Council
SubpageNational Intelligence Council/Chair
National Intelligence Council/Vice Chair

The National Intelligence Council (NIC) was formed in 1979 and is the centre for midterm and long-term strategic thinking within the United States Intelligence Community (IC).

Official narrative

Wikipedia cites the NIC website that:

Leadership

Various chairmen of the National Intelligence Council have had deep political connections such as membership of Le Cercle (Fritz Ermarth) or the 9-11/Commission (Christopher Kojm).

Pandemic warning

In November 2008, the NIC warned world leaders that a global pandemic would hit the planet before 2025:

“Other pathogens – such as the SARS coronavirus or other influenza strains – also have this potential... Outside the US, critical infrastructure degradation and economic loss on a global scale would result as approximately a third of the worldwide population became ill and hundreds of millions died.” [2]

 

A document sourced from National Intelligence Council

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication date
File:NIC Iran - Nuclear Intentions and Capabilities.pdfreportIran/Nuclear weaponsNovember 2007


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