Keith B. Alexander


  • Proposed Director, U.S. Cyber Command1
  • Director, National Security Agency2
  • Attendee, Bilderberg Group3
  • Former Deputy Chief of Staff, Department of the Army4
  • Former Director of Intelligence, U.S. Central Command5
  • Former Commanding General, Army Intelligence and Security Command6


Keith B. Alexander was born in Syracuse, New York in 1952.78  He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at Westpoint and went on to earn a Master’s degree in both Systems Technology and Physics  from the Naval Postgraduate School.  Mr. Alexander also holds two other Master’s degrees, one in Business Administration from Boston University’s Graduate School of Management and the other in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University.  His military education has included the Armor Officer Basic Course, the Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the National War College.

Mr. Alexander’s previous assignments include the Deputy Chief of Staff, Headquarters, Department of the Army; Commanding General of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command at Fort Belvoir, VA; Director of Intelligence, United States Central Command; and Deputy Director for Requirements, Capabilities, Assessments and Doctrine, J-2, for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Mr. Alexander has also served in a variety of command assignments in Germany and the United States. These include tours as Commander of Border Field Office, 511th MI Battalion, 66th MI Group; 336th Army Security Agency Company, 525th MI Group; 204th MI Battalion; and 525th MI Brigade.9

In addition to these positions, Mr. Alexander has also held a number of key staff assignments as Deputy Director and Operations Officer, Army Intelligence Master Plan, for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence; S-3 and Executive Officer, 522nd MI Battalion, 2nd Armored Division; G-2 for the 1st Armored Division both in Germany and Operation Desert Shield / Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia.10

Mr. Alexander has received a number of medals and awards throughout his military career, including a Bronze Star, five Legions of Merit, five Meritorious Service Medals, the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, the Air Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, and two Army Achievement Medals, as well as various campaign and unit awards.11 His badges include the Senior Parachutist Badge, the Army Staff Identification Badge, and the Joint Chief of Staff Identification Badge.

Director of the National Security Agency

On July 30, 2005, Lieutenant General Keith B. Alexander was selected to be the sixteenth director of the National Security Agency, replacing Lieutenant General Michael V. Hayden who left to become Director of Central Intelligence. 12 During his directorship, the NSA was directly embroiled in a number of scandals relating to warrantless wiretapping and unlawful surveillance of American citizens.  While most of the abuses were alleged to have occurred under the leadership of Lieutenant General Hayden, primarily in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, whistelblowers such as Russell Tice indicate that the warrantless wiretapping and surveillance program is part of a more encompassing NSA program that was continued under Alexander’s leadership and has not been stopped. Tice’s statements, along with those of other NSA whistleblowers, indicate that a warrantless wiretapping program that allows the NSA to monitor the communications of specific individuals and institutions is a continuing capability of NSA systems, which are said to be installed in telecommunications hubpoints around the country.131415

Director of U.S. Cyber Command

On June 23, 2009 Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced the official creation of U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) as a major combatant command.  The new Cyber Command will falling under the jurisdiction of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM).  According to a Department of Defense press release, CYBERCOM will “be capable or synchronizing wartfighting effects across the global security environment as well as providing support to civil authorities and international partners.”16

Describing the Cyber Command, Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman said, ”Our defense networks are constantly probed. There are millions of scans every day . . . The power to disrupt and destroy, once the sole province of nations, now also rests with small groups and individuals, from terrorist groups to organized crime to industrial spies to hacker activists, to teenage hackers.” Whitman added,  ”We also know that foreign governments are trying to develop offensive cyber capabilities.”17

Bilderberg Attendance

Mr. Alexander’s name was listed on a leaked attendance list for the Bilderberg Group’s 2009 Meeting in Athens, Greece.18  While acting as director of the National Security Agency, Lieutenant General Kieth B. Alexander attended the secret gathering with representatives of foreign governments, foreign business interests, as well as foreign militaries and intelligence services.  It is to be noted that such an action is illegal under the Logan Act of 1799.19  Though the Bilderberg Group maintains that matters of policy are not decided at their meetings, it is obvious that attendance to such a secret and unauthorized meeting can hardly be considered unreflective of American policy.  This is particularly true when the meeting in question is also attended by key members of other governments, including European royalty.

Mr. Alexander’s proposed position as head of U.S. Cyber Command is likely reflective of his attendence to the Bilderberg meeting in 2009. His appointment comes approximately one month after his attendence and  follows up on his successful oversight of the National Security Agency during its continued implementation of systems for warrantless wiretapping and surveillance of American citizens.2021

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Source notes:

  1. Cyber Command: Gates Makes it Official – The New New Internet []
  2. Biography – Director of the National Security Agency []
  3. Bilderberg 2009 Attendee List (revised) – []
  4. Biography – Director of the National Security Agency []
  5. Ibid. []
  6. Ibid. []
  7. Kieth B. Alexander – Wikipedia []
  8. Biography – Director of the National Security Agency []
  9. Ibid. []
  10. Ibid. []
  11. Ibid. []
  12. 2005 Press Release – NSA/CSS Welcomes LTG Keith B. Alexander []
  13. Russel Tice Interview – MSNBC []
  14. National Security Whistleblower’s Coalition []
  15. AT&T’s Role in Dragnet Surveillance of Millions of Its Customers – Electronic Frontier Foundation []
  16. Establishment of a Subordinate Unified U.S. Cyber Command []
  17. Cyber Command: Gates Makes it Official – The New New Internet []
  18. Bilderberg 2009 Attendee List (revised) – []
  19. Logan Act – Wikipedia []
  20. NSA spying – Electronic Frontier Foundation []
  21. AT&T’s Role in Dragnet Surveillance of Millions of Its Customers – Electronic Frontier Foundation []

7 comments for “Keith B. Alexander

  1. Phil Mayo
    November 28, 2010 at 3:07 pm

    General Alexander:

    Why can’t we disengage Wikileaks from functioning and why has the U.S Government not filed ‘espionage’ charges against the guy who leaked the top secret documents and thus extradite him from whatever country is providing a safe haven for this guy?

    Also, he got the docs from someone whom I am sure the Pentagon/Defense Department knows so why has the U.S. Government brought charges of ‘treason’ against this individual?

    With all the money we have spent on ‘intelligence’ I can not understand what the problem is.

    Thank you, and thank you for your service.

    phil mayo
    bomoseen, vt

  2. July 13, 2011 at 10:52 pm

    aaron c kruspe an ex nsa agent is using mind control on me to torture me. please turn off the mind control or else i will sue.

  3. September 29, 2011 at 7:56 pm

    I had forgotten about Monarch Programming although I wrote this in2002.
    Then, even before publication, I got fixed by an old wrinkled guy who I have since concluded could well have been Josef Mengele, working for the programs continued success in tying up loose ends(?) . I would worry but since then this seems to be the result of all that messy trauma and heartache:
    So no need to worry the trauma is real anymore then? It has gone quiet in my neck of the woods, so maybe one should be grateful and if true then the guy above will not have to sue for “psychiatric damage”…a messy solution when the only evidence is what you noticed. I noticed Josef in 2002, even though he was officially “dead” in 79/85: and it only just makes me feel Ok about that in that I am alive, and now, surely, at over 100 years of age today, the Nazi Doctor can help the program no more turning up those still programmed but of whom the records were presumably amongst those destroyed by Helms in the 70’s.
    In my research I fingered the Army Security Agency, and that the NSA is now presumably on top of things, makes me feel justified, even in my naming John (Mad Jack) Klawitter who became a VP in the Disney empire, as I tried to find links between military needs and the next generation through the medium of cartoons.
    Hopefully all the broken butterflies of the past can find peace as I have found calm in assuming governments can spare the little guy or I would not be writing this. Try not to sue the NSA…I think, like car dealerships with big plate glass windows, they will see you coming. Tim Baber, Panopticon Security. (a joke if you knew me)

  4. February 6, 2012 at 11:48 am

    I am TI from india, a victim of neural monitoring {cognition reading} technology. It came to my awareness because somehow our people can hear my thoughts, and most of our people recognize me, and i see them talking and criticizing me. I am also thinking like every TI guys i am also a victim of NSA ‘s Signal intelligent mission. I love america but i couldn’t say yes to NSA. I know you are the director of NSA. But still a doubt i couldn’t clear myself yet. Why on an ordinary middle class guy like me, what you are expecting from me. Any chance to survival do i need to live hopefully, or just need to sacrifice my life NSA’s covert operations. I trust you and i am hoping your answer, and i believe you are a better man than my natives. Just waiting for answer

  5. src
    April 18, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    I’m a Target Individual, I know it for sure because I can experience it-(other wise I maybe never understand it if I didn’t experience it) – I’m not really sure who really are the agency or the people that cause me to hear synthetic-telepathy and doing the neural decoding to me and more of that mater.
    It’s maybe some foreign agency doing it or other that get involved in “top secret topic” whoever they are-they are doing something really really bad to me-causing me to be very sick with symptoms that I never experience before-I know for sure that it’s not a natural healness because I know for sure it’s not a natural behaviors – and it’s not natural my body reactions (I bet you know that)-I refuse to become a part of any victim experiences of any type (I know for sure they sabots my data and my files in some points) I’m not sure if this is a NSA actions maybe it’s an outsiders influences-maybe foiegns (I’m not sure about it-like I said I refuse to be a victim-right now some one or more doing Neural decoding on me and I’m a target individual – I like to see it to be stoped – if not I maybe need to sue whoever behind it or whoever responsible for it

  6. Kenneth Hall
    June 4, 2012 at 2:39 am

    I understand you attended the secret meetings of the Bilderberg Group and would like to know what was discussed!

    If it affects or could our country and my families GOD GIVEN RIGHTS I have a right to know as do all Americans or others effected!

    I would like to know,
    • Are National Security Secrets being shared in these global meetings?
    • Are the people in this meeting representing America’s interests or world interests?
    • Are all social network databases shared with this global group?
    • What gives them the authority to make decisions for the United States.
    * Are matters affecting US Sovereignty discussed?

  7. John Doe
    July 29, 2013 at 10:53 am

    Hackers steals list of 1400 emails of Council on Foreign Relations members list and other top Illuminati leaders. I uploaded the text file with the 1400 emails here. Please write to them all and let them know how you feel about their fascism and their satanic plans for the new world order.

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