The CIA has a very bad reputation worldwide – in may respects reminding of the Gestapo and Joseph Mengele´s experimentations on helpless humans.
Now is its 70. birthday – a reason to take a closer look at this criminal NWO organisation.
H History: The CIA, or Central Intelligence Agency, is the U.S. government agency tasked primarily with gathering intelligence and international security information from foreign countries. The controversial spy agency’s history dates back to World War II.
Though shrouded in secrecy, some CIA activities—such as covert military and cybersecurity operations—have drawn public scrutiny and criticism.
The CIA grew out of the Office for Strategic Services – launched by agent William Stephenson of the British SOE and US General “Wild Bill” Donovan.
In “A Man Called Intrepid”, Stephenson is quoted as saying that after April, 1939, “The President was one of us.” It was also in 1939 that Roosevelt privately told Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada and a longtime Rockefeller agent, “Our frontier is on the Rhine.” This same book quotes Churchill as saying, on the eve of war, “We need Rockefeller and Rothschild.” Stephenson replied, “I can find the Rockefellers and they’ll support us. We can offer our secret intelligence in return for help.”
One member of the OSS was Allan W Dulles, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations – like his brother Secretary of State John Foster Dulles – and his predecessor Bedell Smith. And since 1966, every CIA director has been a member of the Council on Foreign Relations
The “American” secret service was never anything but a British operation, directed at all levels by representatives of the British Crown*. OSS agents received advanced training for the European theater at Bletchley Park, British espionage headquarters.
The OSS had operatives from the JP Morgan, Vanderbilt, Archbold, DuPont and Ryan families. James Paul Warburg, son of Paul (who had written the Federal Reserve Act), was Donovan’s personal assistant in setting up OSS.
*) The British Crown is the Rothschild´s London City Squaremile
President Truman disliked the idea of a secret service, and dissolved OSS at the end of the war.
Although Truman had dissolved the OSS on Sept. 20, 1945, his 1948 directive appointed three men to supervise the organization of a new intelligence agency: 1) Allen W. Dulles, of the Schroder Bank. 2) William Harding Jackson, a Wall Street lawyer 3) Mathias F. Correa, also a Wall Street lawyer.
The CIA has spent millions to fund newspapers, magazines, and publishers to promote the program of the World Order
On June 5, 1947, the Marshall Plan was announced to be implemented under close CIA supervision.
The CIA is under the control of the Council on Foreign Relations The CIA was signed into the National Security Act of 1947.
Some special feats of the OSS and the CIA/ Council on Foreign Relations
1) The construction of the EU forerunner , the Coal and Steel Union, was dubbed the Monnet plan by the Council on Foreign Relations, hiring and paying the so-called EU Fathers (Monnet, Spaak, Schumann etc) through their American Committee for a United Europe (ACUE). This was instigated by CIA director and member of the CFR Allan Welsh Dulles – but the work behind the scenes was done by later Bilderberg Founder, Josef Retinger, an agent of Rothschild´s Council on Foreign Relations. In 1965, the CIA´s ACUE ordered Robert Marjolie, EC vice-chair , to start preparations for the euro – in all secrecy, so that it only was to become known when discussion could not stop it!
2) The CIA (and US politicians) derive their money from the sale of heroin/opium. Guarding the opium poppy fields from the Taliban was a main reason for US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 and thus of the death of many naïve NATO soldiers.
Collective Evolution: The CIA represents one of the largest drug dealing organizations in history.
One of the drugs the CIA has focused on for decades is heroin, which is created using opium. The CIA actually owned and operated a covert drug smuggling airline, referred to as Air America used to transport heroin.
The CIA consciously turned a blind eye to the opium trade in Afghanistan in the 1980s, until the Taliban took control and attempted to put an end to production. The opium industry in Afghanistan, which represented 90% of the world’s opium production, then plummeted. 9/11 occurred only a year later, giving the U.S. a perfect “reason” to invade Afghanistan. Well, shortly afterwards, the U.S. seized the opium fields and took control of them, and then we witnessed opium production in Afghanistan skyrocketing again.
In Southeast Asia (SEA), during the Vietnam War, the CIA worked alongside Laotian general Vang Pao in an effort to help make Laos the world’s largest exporter of heroin. The CIA then flew drugs all over SEA, allowing the Golden Triangle (parts of Burma, Thailand, and Laos) to become the world hub for heroin.
After about a decade of U.S. military intervention, SEA represented 70% of the world’s opium supplier.
Activist Post 19 Sept. 2017: In the seventy years of existence the CIA has committed a wide variety of misdeeds, crimes, coups, and violence.
Here are 7 of the worst CIA programs:
1 – Toppling governments around the world.
The CIA has had a hand in toppling a number of other democratically elected governments, from e.g. Guatemala (1954) and the Congo (1960) to the Dominican Republic (1961), South Vietnam (1963), Brazil (1964), and Chile (1973). The CIA has aimed to install leaders who appease American interests, often empowering oppressive, violent dictators.
2 – Operation Paperclip — In one of the more bizarre CIA plots, the agency and other government departments employed Nazi scientists — including Wernher von Braun – both within and outside the United States to gain an advantage over the Soviets.
3 – Operation CHAOS — The CIA cannot legally engage in domestic spying. But that was of little concern to President Lyndon B. Johnson as opposition to the Vietnam war grew. Former New York Times journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winner Tim Weine documented that Johnson instructed then-CIA Director Richard Helms to break the law, when ordered to infiltrate and arrest demonstraters against the Vietnam War.
“The agency compiled a computer index of 300,000 names of American people and organizations, and extensive files on 7,200 citizens.
4 – Infiltrating the media — Over the years, the CIA has successfully gained influence in the news media, as well as popular media like film and television. CIA Director Allen Dulles established firm ties with newspapers: especially the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the nation’s leading weekly magazines. He could pick up the phone and edit a breaking story, make sure an irritating foreign correspondent was yanked from the field, or hire the services of men such as Time’s Berlin bureau chief and Newsweek’s man in Tokyo.
5 – Drug-induced Mind control – In the 1950s, the CIA began experimenting with drugs to determine whether they might be useful in extracting information. As Smithsonian Magazine has noted of the MKUltra project:
The project, which continued for more than a decade about mind-control technology. It ballooned in scope and its ultimate result, among other things, was illegal drug testing on thousands of Americans.
The intent of the project was to study ‘the use of biological and chemical materials in altering human behavior,’ according to the official testimony of CIA director Stansfield Turner in 1977.
Under MKUltra, the CIA gave itself the authority to research how drugs could:’ ‘promote the intoxicating effects of alcohol;’ ‘render the induction of hypnosis easier;’ ‘enhance the ability of individuals to withstand privation, torture and coercion;’ produce amnesia, shock and confusion;
6 – Brutal torture tactics — More recently, the CIA was exposed for sponsoring abusive, disturbing terror tactics against detainees at prisons housing terror suspects. An extensive 2014 Senate report documented agents committing sexual abuse, forcing detainees to stand on broken legs, waterboarding them so severely it sometimes led to convulsions, and imposing forced rectal feeding, to name a few examples. Their torture tactics led the International Criminal Court to suggest the CIA, along with the U.S. armed forces, could be guilty of war crimes for their abuses.
7 – Arming radicals — The CIA has a long habit of arming radical, extremist groups that view the United States as enemies. In 1979, the CIA set out to support Afghan rebels in their bid to defeat the Soviet occupation of the Middle Eastern country. As Weiner wrote, in 1979, “Prompted by Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter signed a covert-action order for the CIA to provide the Afghan rebels with medical aid, money, and propaganda – and weapons.”
Though some speculate the CIA directly armed Osama bin Laden, that is yet to be fully proven or admitted.
Some doubt that the picture below does show bin Laden. Bin Laden´s group was just one of many supported against the Russians by Brzezinski.
And Brzezinski himself admits having supported the Mujahedeen 1/2 year before the Russians invaded Afghanistan – to lure the Russians into their Vietnam War!!
Western media revered bin Laden as a valuable fighter against the Soviets. Stanford University has noted that Bin Laden and Abdullah Azzam, a prominent Palestinian cleric, “established Al Qaeda from the fighters, financial resources, and training and recruiting structures left over from the anti-Soviet war.” Much of those “structures” were provided by the CIA which helped fuel the rise of the terror group.
Weiner noted that the CIA failed in other countries like Libya, by the late 1980s.
Stanford University has noted that Bin Laden and Abdullah Azzam, a prominent Palestinian cleric, “established Al Qaeda from the fighters, financial resources, and training and recruiting structures left over from the anti-Soviet war.” Much of those “structures” were provided by the CIA which helped fuel the rise of the terror group.
Apparently failing to learn their lesson, the CIA adopted nearly the exact same policy in Syria decades later, arming what they called “moderate rebels” against the Assad regime
The CIA has engaged in a wide variety of extrajudicial practice, and there are likely countless transgressions we have yet to learn about.