by William B. Stoecker, All News Pipeline:
Americans are under assault by a massive CIA coordinated psychological operation.�
The CIA may be a necessary evil, but it is most certainly evil. There is strong evidence that the CIA has been involved in drug smuggling (at the same time the US government pretends to be waging a �war� on drugs), and it has most certainly had dealings with the Mafia. It has long been involved in regime change, as in Guatemala and Iran in the nineteen fifties, and probably assassinations, and there is reason to suspect that the CIA was involved in the killing of JFK�a domestic regime change.
And, with its foreign meddling, the CIA appears to be both a cause and a symptom of America�s increasingly interventionist foreign policy, which has kept us in a near-continuous state of war (undeclared, and, hence, unconstitutional and illegal) for decades. Interestingly, with all the leftist violence in America, there seems to be no anti-war movement; it is as if the American sheeple have been thoroughly programmed to accept unending violence and waste of blood and treasure as �normal.��
Before the CIA, during WWII, there was the OSS, or Office of Strategic Services, sometimes referred to as �Oh, So Social� because so many of its recruits were from the upper crust of the East Coast. Many of them were lawyers, and many were leftists. It was inspired by the British Special Operations Executive (SOE); British agent William Stephenson advised FDR (a Freemason) that the US needed a similar organization.
Formally established 6/13/42, the OSS was responsible for HUMINT (human intelligence, from agents), sabotage, and aiding anti-Axis resistance movements. The OSS Jedburgh Teams were the direct ancestors of the Army Special Forces, who have been involved in both regime preservation and regime change. William �Wild Bill� Donovan, a well-connected East Coast lawyer and a WWI hero, headed the OSS, which aided the Chinese communists and Ho Chi Minh�s forces, supposedly then our allies.�
On 9/20/45 President Truman (a Freemason and a Shriner) terminated the OSS. In 1/46 he created the Central Intelligence Group, and, in 1947, under the National Security Act, the CIG became the Central Intelligence Agency. The National Security Act turned America into a warfare state with a peacetime draft. The CIA now reports to the Director of National Intelligence, and its budget now exceeds even that of the National Security Agency; details are hard to find, but in 2013 the CIA spent over $14.7 billion. Initially, the CIA (or so it was claimed) was merely intended to coordinate military and State Department intelligence, but it soon became America�s primary spy agency, and its paramilitary operations have expanded since 9/11. �
Its failures have been spectacular. In 1950 the CIA failed to predict the North Korean invasion of the South. It did not foresee Soviet takeovers in Rumania and Czechoslovakia, the Soviet atomic bomb, the Berlin Blockade, or China�s entry into the Korean War. The CIA fully trusted British communist double agent Kim Philby, and contained its own traitors, like Aldrich Ames, who spied for the Soviets. The CIA provided almost no useful intelligence during the Korean War, and many of its agents actually worked for the enemy, but they were, nevertheless, praised by then Director Allen Dulles.�
CIA funds, even before the Vietnam War, helped to set up heroin producing operations in Burma, and, during the conflict, the CIA�s contract airline, Air America, smuggled heroin out of Southeast Asia and into the US. During the early nineteen sixties the CIA partnered with the Mafia, hoping that the gangsters could help them assassinate Castro. Actually, the US government, principally Naval Intelligence, had made a deal during WWII with mobster �Lucky� Luciano, expecting him to help prevent strikes and sabotage on the docks.
Against Castro, the CIA mainly worked with Chicago godfather Sam Giancana, who had a grudge against Kennedy. The mob and the Teamsters helped steal votes for Kennedy, but John and Robert then began prosecuting them after taking office. Both Giancana and New Orleans godfather Carlos Marcello felt betrayed. Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald before he could talk, had been a low level gangster under Giancana before moving to Dallas. Oswald had lived in New Orleans, where his uncle worked for Marcello. And CIA Director Allen Dulles had been fired by JFK, but was selected by LBJ to head the Warren Commission. No doubt this is all a series of coincidences, right?�
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