Posts Tagged ‘deniability’

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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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This is what really happens, and what most people in America would rather ignore.  Ignorance, willful ignorance, is preferable for some unfathomable reason.  They would rather believe whatever comes out of the mouths of proven liars, professional liars, than to invest the energy required to find out the real facts and to understand what is being covered up and why.

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