CIA Director Slams Trump For Slamming CIA

Note to readers: if the list of names and phrases in this article doesn’t ring any CIA bells, a refresher course is in order…

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Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
January 17, 2017

CIA director slams Trump for slamming CIA

Note to readers: if the list of names and phrases in this article doesn’t ring any CIA bells, a refresher course is in order…

By Jon Rappoport

In case you hadn’t noticed, uttering a politically incorrect comment is now a bigger crime than decimating thousands in a war.

You can bomb a country into submission and chaos, leaving dead and wounded from shore to shore, and that might be counted as a “mistake in judgment”; but using a few loaded words—or in this case—criticizing an intelligence agency—is an earthshaking event that could make the planet spin off-course…

Case in point:

The lame-duck outgoing CIA director, John Brennan, lectured Donald Trump Sunday, on FOX. NBC News reports:

“Trump has repeatedly called for a better relationship between the U.S. and Putin’s government. He suggested in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Friday that he’d consider easing the latest sanctions on Russia.”

“’I think he has to be mindful that he does not have a full appreciation and understanding of what the implications are of going down that road’, Brennan said.”

“The CIA chief roundly denounced Trump’s approach to Russia and other national security threats, suggesting the president-elect has much to understand before he can make informed decisions on such matters.”

“’The world is watching now what Trump says and listening very carefully. If he doesn’t have confidence in the [US] intelligence community, what signal does that send to our partners and allies as well as our adversaries?’ Brennan said.”

Signal?

Mr. Brennan, the signal was sent to our partners, allies, and adversaries decades ago:

The CIA is a criminal agency.

Is that clear enough?

Long ago, the CIA criminally stepped outside its mandate, in order to shape world events it had no business participating in. Is that clear enough?

In that regard, do these names and phrases mean anything to you, Mr. Brennan?

The Gehlen Org.

Operation Gladio.

MKULTRA.

Operation CHAOS.

Nugan Hand Bank.

BCCI Bank.

Golden Triangle. Asian heroin.

Air America.

Central American cocaine. Mena.

The Contras.

Henry Luce. William Paley. Arthur Sulzberger. Operation Mockingbird.

Overthrow of Mohammed Mossadegh (Iran).

Overthrow of Jacobo Arbenz (Guatemala).

Murder of Patrice Lumumba (Congo).

Bay of Pigs.

JFK.

Diem assassination.

Rafael Trujillo assassination.

Sukarno. Suharto.

East Timor genocide.

Military coup—Greece.

Allende.

Gulf of Tonkin.

Operation Phoenix.

Laos bombing.

Sihanouk.

The Khmer Rouge.

El Salvador death squads.

On and on it goes.

See Mark Zepezauer’s book. The CIA’s Greatest Hits.

Overthrow, assassination, regime change, mind control, covert war, mass destruction, drugs, financial theft, co-opting the press…

Do you recall any of this, Mr. Brennan?

Trump (or any president) is sending a negative signal about the US intelligence community to our friends, allies, and adversaries? Are you kidding, Mr. Brennan? Are you telling some kind of inside joke?

People all over the world have known, for decades, what the CIA has been doing.

And you’re worried about the effect of a little tweak from Trump?

The murderous history of the CIA has been a cat out of the bag for a long, long time.

Professional amnesia may be your friend, Mr. Brennan, but it doesn’t convince the victims and targets of your agency’s actions since 1948.

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French Should Expose Government Not Islam Over Neo-Gladio Provocations

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Source: TheDailyBell.com
July 25, 2016

How should France answer to the horror in Nice? The country is now deeply entrenched in a long-term war with few hopes of dodging future attacks. The anger of the French population is understandable. But booing a prime minister at the commemoration ceremony for the loss of innocent lives is not the smartest idea.   No intelligence service could have prevented the Nice attack as nothing in the profile of the lunatic who drove over 84 people could have suggested a potential link to terrorism. – Al Jazeera

We’ve been writing regularly about the meme of “evil Islam” and our perspective that it propaganda – a dominant social theme – intended to create military tension, further authoritarianism and even, eventually, wider wars setting the West against Islam.

You can see our articles HERE and HERE And HERE too.

The lie is that Islam of itself is a terrible threat to the French – and Western – way of life.

The lies are propagated by a tiny group of people who organize fallacious themes that then become Western policy.

Global warming, the economics of central bank – and the dangers of Islam – are all examples of these themes.

The lies are regularly expanded and deepened.

Here is a famous recent quote by the Direction générale de la sécurité intérieure – Patrick Calvar:

 “We are on the verge of a civil war.”

Calvar is actually describing a war that he likely wants. The whole idea of the Evil Islam exercise is to polarize Europe in preparation for increased globalist solutions.

More from Al Jazeera:

The anger of the French population is understandable. But booing a prime minister at the commemoration ceremony for the loss of innocent lives is not the smartest idea.

If the French were booing the prime minister because they understood the manipulations taking place, that would be a positive development.

But no doubt the French in question were booing because they believed the state had not taken a firm enough stance against “radical Islam.”

Unfortunately, it is the state that has created the problem, starting with the forcible absorption of Algeria that later gave rise to the Algerian War of Independence, (1954–62).

This war was a bitter one and many of the “Muslims” in France are from Algeria. They still don’t like the French establishment.

The antipathy that French Algerian Muslims harbor has been used by the mainstream media as evidence that Muslims cannot be absorbed into France.

The “Islam versus the West” meme is filled with lies.

There are as many questions about the Paris attack in France as the one in Nice.

When it comes to the recent horrible attack in Nice, photos and videos seem to show no blood on the truck. Go look on the Internet for yourself.

Every large terror incident in France has had significant questions attached. Just as in the US, evidence is easily presented that these attacks are not what they seem.

It is no doubt difficult to accept that evil forces are manipulating events in Europe and the US so as to cause tension between Islam and the West.

But this is how wars are manufactured. The West did the same sort of thing to Japan. It demonized Japan  and then created a war .

And twice with Germany. In the past years it is has been revealed conclusively that banks and Western industry funded Hitler.

In much of the post-war 20th century period, the CIA and other intel agencies prosecuted Operation Gladio, which manufactured terror incidents purportedly generated by left-wing forces.

HERE, from TruthMove:

The main function of the Gladio-style groups, in the absence of Soviet invasion, seems to have been to discredit left-wing groups and politicians through the use of “the strategy of tension,” including false-flag terrorism. The strategy of tension is a concept for control and manipulation of public opinion through the use of fear, propaganda, agents provacateurs, terrorism, etc. The aim was to instill fear into the populace while framing communist and left-wing political opponents for terrorist atrocities.

Has a neo-Operation Gladio been started?

The CIA doesn’t make announcements. But in the Internet era, it doesn’t have to.

Those running these affiliated intel operations may not like it but the pattern is increasingly obvious. This is surely an ongoing strategy not a series of incidents. How cold-blooded.

Ironically, the Al Jazeera editorial provides us with some pertinent conclusions on how to face the provocations of a neo-Operation Gladio.

Here:

The only option for France today is to stand proud on its secular republican values, multiply the satire that fundamentalists want to shut down, encourage societal inclusion, educate and educate again.

A turn to the extreme right would mean a victory for the terrorists.

However painful it is, the best way to prevail for the French is to stand strong and resist the populist temptations.

The editorial is written by  Remi Piet, an assistant professor of public policy, diplomacy and international political economy at Qatar University.

Two issues with it:

The first thing he does not mention is that the acts of terror are the historical result of French government policies. These policies go back a long ways.

The French bullied Algeria, absorbed Algerian Muslims and then did not give them the opportunity to integrate.

The upshot is a generation of Muslim Algerians that live in France and are bitter about their treatment.

The second problem is that the issue is not one of Islamic terrorism from a historical standpoint so much as the French state being complicit in “false flag” terrorist operations.

Today’s “Evil Islam” meme is being created by forces that want to foster tensions and then worse between Islam and the West.

The French should stand up to their government and demand accountability. But the accountability should involve a confession that “radical Islam” is being advanced by forces affiliated with the government.

The REAL problem, therefore, is not how to defend against radical Islam but how to prevent the French government and broader Western facilities and associates from creating bloody false flags designed to increase tensions.

Conclusion: The French should confront their own government and other European populations should do the same. That goes for America, too. People should demand answers and call on the mainstream media to do its job instead of remaining complicit in an unpublicized but evident neo-Gladio program.

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NASA Mars Mission Fakery Gives False Impression of Competence

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Source: TheDailyBell.com
April 4, 2016

NASA’s Bolden: Mars mission is ‘closer than ever’ … In the movie, “The Martian,” Matt Damon was a fictional astronaut stranded on Mars. In reality, the head of NASA says astronauts could set foot on the Red Planet within the next twenty years. “We think we’re on the right trajectory to get humans to Mars in the 2030’s,” NASA Administrator Charles Bolden told CNBC’s “On the Money” in an interview this week. -CNBC

More lies from NASA. This is an agency that apparently went to the moon 45 years ago but can’t manage a repeat. And now its top bureaucrats are announcing they’ll get to Mars within 20 years.

NASA is symptomatic of so much of what is wrong with the United States right now. It’s an overstuffed agency relying on hype and mischaracterizations to secure its nearly US$20 billion yearly budget from Congress.

At NASA, lying has been institutionalized at the highest levels. Like another white elephant, the Hadron Collider, NASA makes a great many claims that when looked at closely are questionable at best.

-Iconic blue-marble earth photo is a photo-shopped composite: This is a photo so famous it was used on Apple’s initial iPhone and was supposedly taken at great distance by moon-bound Apollo 17 astronauts. But here’s the reality, according to FellowoftheMinds.com:

Rendered in simple English, NASA is [admitting] that the 2002 “Blue Marble II” is not a photo. Instead, the image is a COMBINATION and COMPOSITE of many “satellite-based observations” (whatever that means), which were “stitched together” (whatever that means) by scientists and “visualizers” (whatever that means).

-Famous moon rock is actually petrified wood: According to a 2009 UK Telegraph report: “Curators at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum … discovered that the ‘lunar rock’, valued at £308,000, was in fact petrified wood. Xandra van Gelder, who oversaw the investigation, said the museum would continue to keep the stone as a curiosity.”

-Russian spokesman claims fakery: Just recently, the UK Daily Mail reported that Vladimir Markin a spokesman for the Russian government, implied the existence of faked reports regarding NASA moon landings. The admissions are being blamed on rising tensions between the US and Russia.

-Possible murder of outspoken NASA critic Virgil “Gus” Grissom: Grissom once hung a lemon on a NASA rocket and professed considerable doubts about the manned moon progtram.   He died in the Apollo 1 fire, January 1967, along with astronauts Ed White and Roger Chaffee.

Here, from a report in Star magazine (probably one of the only mass-market publications that would carry the allegations at the time):

[Grissom’s son] said he recently was granted access to the charred capsule and discovered a “fabricated” metal plate located behind a control panel switch. The switch controlled the capsules’ electrical power source from an outside source to the ship’s batteries. Grissom argues that the placement of the metal plate was an act of sabotage. When one of the astronauts toggled the switch to transfer power to the ship’s batteries, a spark was created that ignited a fireball.

-Thomas Baron’s report goes missing: After Grissom’s death, congressional hearings were held. One NASA inspector,Thomas Baron, provided a voluminous report that was highly critical of NASA.

Baron almost immediately lost his job and only a week after providing testimony died with his wife when his car was hit by an oncoming train. Investigators labeled the deaths of a suicide. Baron’s report vanished and has never been seen again.

None of this is anomalous. In the 20th century, the US government participated in false flag after false flag.

-Operation Mockingbird: Saw US intelligence agents placed in the offices of the US’s most important publications such as Time and the Washington Post. These agents supervised reports that were fabricated to support US foreign and domestic policy decisions.

-Operation Paperclip: Provided top Nazi scientists to both the US and Russia. Supposedly Russia received the best scientists to make sure that the technology race into space would seem viable and realistic.

-Operation Gladio: Ran for decades and supported mostly leftist terrorist groups in Europe that engaged in acts of violence. The idea was to frighten Europe’s middle classes into acquiescing to the Anglosphere-led status quo.

US entry into Vietnam War staged: It’s general knowledge now that the US entry into the Vietnam war was a hoax.  Reports involving the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident – where US warships were supposedly attacked by North Vietnamese PT Boats –never actually occurred.

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