Posts Tagged ‘CIA’

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Inside the Organized Crime Syndicate known as the CIA: an Interview with Douglas Valentine

 

T]he most common way of the CIA launching a covert action program that is deniable is by attributing it to another agency.

 

We managed the insurgency in South Vietnam and their names could be put on blacklists. And once their name was on a list—once somebody had been informed about them, and once they were a member of a list a that was called the Vietcong infrastructure, the insurgency—the CIA and its forces could go out and kidnap them, put them in interrogation centers, kill them along with their families, and do anything they wanted to try and suppress them. And the problem was that lots of innocent civilians got their names put on these blacklists. In fact, one of the ways that the CIA and its forces, the South Vietnamese Special Police and its mercenary army, one of the ways that they got people to inform on the members of the Vietcong insurgency was by threatening to put their names on blacklists. So therefore, it became a blackmail scheme.”

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CIA helped shape ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ series into bigoted Venezuela regime change fantasy

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Christian Fascist Coup Leaders With Foreign Support

 

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Now the CIA has something to hold over the “president” (sic) of Bolivia. She could end up like Noriega if she doesn’t give US corporations what they want.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is the first I’m hearing about this movie.

‘The Report’: Torture Meets Truth in Obama’s Washington

 

 

I’m not convinced from the trailer or the review that anyone involved understands why it happened. The character acts like it’s some unforeseen consequence that they can’t prosecute the people they tortured, when in reality that was the reason for doing so in the first place. Cover-up was the motive, the 9/11 cover-up to be more specific. It is 9/11 being not what we were sold that is at the heart of all this, and not any of the gibberish that officials spout. It’s not about “saving American lives.” It’s not about “getting information.”

When they had Abu Zubaydah talking with FBI interrogators–spilling the beans on Saudi and Pakistani military ties–he started telling them too much, and the CIA moved in and … drum rolldidn’t do anything with him for a month and a half. Then the CIA started torturing him. If they were so keen to get info, they would have asked him questions during that initial month and a half. They tipped their hand. The point was cover-up. Period. They made everything secret and beyond the reach of Congress and the public by committing glaring war crimes. And we all know no one has the balls to prosecute the CIA for war crimes.

 

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Ex-CIA Asset Can Now Speak.. 10 years after 9-11 – (Susan Lindauer)

 

Lindauer was arrested and prosecuted for exposing CIA foreknowledge of 9/11.

She says a lot of things without any hard evidence to support it. You’ll have to weigh the claims yourself.

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MSM Adamantly Avoids The Word “Coup” In Bolivia Reporting

 

Let’s take it back to 2016…

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Ongoing CIA Torture Conspiracy

Posted: November 9, 2019 in -
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Note the weasel wording, the limited hangouts. Nowhere does he call it a crime, a felony, a war crime. He’s an apologist. He wants to reveal it, as that’s his job, but justice and holding people accountable for numerous crimes never enters the discussion.

 

 

Why You Should Still Care About the Torture Report 

 

The words “crime” and “felony” never appear in Vice’s reporting, an organization that isn’t wholly trustworthy, with a long record of government ties and stenography.