How CIA brainwashes people to make them commit crimes against their will

January 18, 2010 at 4:28 pm (Education, Politics) ()

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Blackwater/XE behind terrorist bombings in Asia and Africa?

January 18, 2010 at 3:25 pm (Global Issues, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

By Wayne Madsen

WMR’s intelligence sources in Asia and Europe are reporting that the CIA contractor firm XE Services, formerly Blackwater, has been carrying out “false flag” terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, Somalia, the Sinkiang region of China, Pakistan, Iran, and Iraq, in some cases with the assistance of Israeli Mossad and Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) personnel.

Fingers are being pointed at Blackwater/XE and Mossad operatives for the motorbike bomb in Tehran that killed Tehran University nuclear physicist Dr. Moussad Ali-Mohammadi.

On January 12, a bomb attached to a motorbike outside of Ali-Mohammadi’s house went off while the professor was leaving for work. The bomb, which instantly killed pro-reform Ali-Mohammadi, was remotely triggered by a team that was later linked to a U.S.-base group called the Iran Monarchy Association, which favors restoring the son of the late Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi II, to Iran’s “Peacock Throne.” The Iran Monarchy Association is believed to be a CIA front organization.

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American motives and CIA dishonesty are the primary source of problems in this war

January 14, 2010 at 3:05 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , , , , , , )

Image of the beast

By Peter Chamberlin


Up until now, the United States has been able to exert control over most of the earth just by controlling the narrative that reflects popular opinion about the war on terror. Whatever government spokesmen or reporters have said happened on a particular day, was what really happened; it was validated by popular consent.

The ability to shape people’s thoughts and opinions is a power that every tyrant has dreamed about. Global trust in the good intentions of the people of the United States moves individuals and entire nations to give American leaders the benefit of the doubt, even when common sense cautions against it.

Until fairly recently, popular opinion did not often call into question the American or allied version of events. Widespread civilian “collateral damage” from air strikes and disagreements between the Pakistani and American military have opened the door to questions about the very nature of this war and the leadership, or lack thereof, displayed by Western decision-makers.

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CIA links discovered in Mumbai attack investigations

January 13, 2010 at 11:57 pm (Global Issues, India, Interview, Politics) (, , )

US secret services playing a double game to obtain their objectives. Doesn’t come as a surprise!

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Interview with John Perkins, The Author of ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman’

January 10, 2010 at 5:30 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Governance, Interview, Islam, Politics) (, , , , , , , , )

part 1

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Nigerian Terrorist Patsy Yet Another CIA Ploy in US-backed Buildup of al Qaeda in Yemen Civil War

January 5, 2010 at 8:19 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , )

Tarpley tells RT that the case of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is not a matter of unconnected dots, but rather that of a protected patsy or puppet deliberately used by the US intelligence community for a Christmas Day provocation designed to facilitate US meddling in the civil war in Yemen, which is where Umar Farouk allegedly trained and was given his PETN device. Banker’s son Umar Farouk had been denied an entrance visa to Great Britain , and had been denounced to the US Embassy in Lagos, Nigeria as a possible terrorist by his own father in mid-November. His one-way ticket to Detroit was bought in Ghana for cash, and he reportedly entered Nigeria illegally. In Amsterdam , he was assisted at the Northwest Airlines gate by a “well-dressed Indian” who explained that Umar Farouk had no passport. He did have PETN, the same substance supposedly used by the mentally impaired shoe bomber Richard Reid in his abortive attack of eight years ago. In spite of all this, Umar Farouk’s US entry visa was never revoked, he never made it onto the no-fly list, and he was never thoroughly searched.

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US intelligence chief criticises spy failings in Afghanistan

January 5, 2010 at 7:31 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , , )

By Jon Boone in Kabul

Source: Guardian


US army intelligence chiefs in Afghanistan find foreign newspaper articles about the country more useful than the information collected by their own soldiers in the field, a highly critical report by the top US intelligence officer said yesterday.

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CIA agents in Afghanistan are ‘menace to themselves,’ former operatives claim

January 5, 2010 at 7:25 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , )

By Ewen MacAskill and Daniel Nasaw in Washington Jon Boone in Kabul

Source: Guardian

CIA officers in Virginia

Long-term weaknesses in US intelligence-gathering have been ruthlessly exposed over the last fortnight by the Christmas Day airline plot and the Afghanistan suicide bombing that killed seven CIA officers, according to former and serving intelligence officers.

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