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Friday, April 30, 2004

More about the CIA

I'm not saying this is a bad thing, but

The Association for Responsible Dissent estimates that by 1987, 6 million people had died as a result of CIA covert operations. (2) Former State Department official William Blum correctly calls this an "American Holocaust."

"The ironic thing about all this intervention is that it frequently fails to achieve American objectives. Often the newly installed dictator grows comfortable with the security apparatus the CIA has built for him...The only two options for the U.S at this point are impotence or war."

Just speculation: What if the CIA's job is to get rid of socialism and democracy? Then, 30 years of a dictator's abuses give good reason for U.S. invasion.

You can't fail. Arm an insurgency/coup with some outdated weapons. Watch em take over some country. Give them arms so they can fight their neighbors. When the appropriate time comes, roll over em with your much-advanced weaponry. And voila, the liberators arive.

Create your enemies...
I think this is a great plan from the point of view of dominating the world.
For example, Panama. Noriega=CIA Asset. Bush the First invades.
Saddam took over Iraq about 79
Bush was director CIA at about 77
I'm not researching this real carefully right now, but the times seem to overlap.

So, here's a conspiracy for you:
Install Saddam as dictator. Put that one on the back burner.
25 years later. Ding! Soups on!

[note: that site im linking to is pretty biased. honestly, i think the power of the cia and the armed forces, the banks, etc, is pretty awesome. it kind of goes against the grain of my morals, as most of that power is based on the suffering of human beings. but, it's like a natural force. like a hurricane. or the comet that supposedly killed off the dinosaurs. or god. a very jealous and malicious god.]

operation Mockingbird.
by which the CIA infiltrated the media.
From the Disinfopedia
Google search="operation mockingbird"
read that.

Supposedly The Washington Post and The New York Times are heavily CIA owned.
But here's a really good quote:
"The CIA also secretly bought or created its own media companies. It owned 40 percent of the Rome Daily American at a time when communists were threatening to win the Italian elections. Worse, the CIA has bought many domestic media companies. A prime example is Capital Cities, created in 1954 by CIA businessman William J. Casey (who would later become Ronald Reagan’s CIA director). Another founder was Lowell Thomas, a close friend and business contact with CIA Director Allen Dulles. Another founder was CIA businessman Thomas Dewey. By 1985, Capital Cities had grown so powerful that it was able to buy an entire TV network: ABC."


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