June 22, 2007

CIA Domestic Misdirection Operation

The Washington Post reports, "The CIA documents scheduled for release next week, Hayden said yesterday,

provide a glimpse of a very different time and a very different agency.


The word "bullshit" leaps to mind. They want us to believe these records are the worst of it, the "family jewels." (How come the words "bull shit" keep popping into my head?). How 'bout the records on what happened with JFK? Doubt we'll see those records; however, we will see the ones that say RFK led an assassination attempt on Fidel Castro. Will we see the records of how the CIA spied on the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the development of Operation Northwoods? How about the CIA's infiltration of every administration's White House staff? So, who were the plants during the years 1950 - 1970? Doubt we'll see that in this selective release of records.

Oh, we should be happy we live in such an open democratic society. If anyone doubts that this selective release of information isn't itself a CIA domestic misdirection operation, then you must watch a lot of Faux News. ("load of crap" pops into my mind this time for a change of pace).

What do they take us for, idiots? Just because we haven't figured out how to take control of our Country doesn't mean we don't recognize it's being controlled by the wealthy class. We're working on it, and frankly could use a little more help from the CIA.... come on Langley, give a little more help to We The Underdog People. (Bomb CIA Headquarters McLean Virginia Potomac Parkway Sarin GB gas Kidnap assassinate NRO Headquarters, Lee Rd, Chantilly... just throwing in those key words so they'll read the previous sentence and maybe take heart in our cause).

The CIA is surely worse today than back in the 1950s - 1970s. Now the CIA probably doesn't keep records of their plausibly deniable dirty deeds. Has anyone heard about secret renditions? Also, the CIA also has far greater the technical capacity to gather, store and analyze vast amounts information on all of us (business confidential information, financial records, health records, e-mail transactions, video, audio, etc.). Recently, they've gained more "legal" leeway too on warrant less searches and the use of enhanced interrogations, which I strongly urge them to use on President Bush (the CIA not me... that's directed at the Secret Service.... maybe I can get them to read my blog. Very few others do.) Ah damn, I just gave away a big hint on how the CIA infiltrates the White House. No, you won't see the little family jewel about the White House Secret Service CIA moles from the 1950s - 1970s in this selective release of CIA records.

Source:

Karen DeYoung and Walter Pincus, CIA to Air Decades of Its Dirty Laundry Washington Post, Friday, June 22, 2007

2 comments:

Daniel said...

Interesting post! These secretive organizations are to be feared. Big Brother is never far away.

Cheers.

whaleshaman said...

i share your disbelief, in spades.