Gepubliceerd op 29 aug. 2015
A History of CIA Drug Trafficking: How Drug Cartels and Drug-Dealing Death Squads Have Been the CIA’s Best Friends for Many Decades
Read at: https://isgp-studies.com/cia-heroin-and-cocaine-drug-trafficking
“You poor innocent thing. You have no idea what you’ve gotten into. … It’s time you learned more. The guys who run things – I mean the guys who really run things in Washington – are very interested in psychology… Until very recently control of American consciousness was a simple matter for the guys in charge. The schools instilled docility. The radio and TV networks poured out conformity. … You may not know that dissident organizations in academia are also controlled. The CIA creates the radical journals and student organizations and runs them with deep-cover agents.”
~ Words of President Kennedy’s lover, Mary Pinchot Meyer, according to LSD guru and Harvard professor Timothy Leary. Both Kennedy and Meyer died under questionable circumstances. Mary was married to top CIA figure Cord Meyer. A close friend was married to CIA counter-intelligence chief James Angleton. She also knew CIA chief Allen Dulles, CIA DDO Richard Bissell and the Washington Post heads. (1983, Timothy Leary, ‘Flashbacks: An Autobiography’, pp. 130, 154).
No-Planers of 9/11 “Truth”; How Pentagon, Flight 93 and WTC Pod Theories Paralyzed A Research Community That Never Existed
An award-winning documentary directed by the late Allan Francovich, On Company Business takes a long, penetrating look at one of the world’s most powerful secret organizations — the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Decades before WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden, On Company Business provided a peek behind the curtain of covert operations by featuring exclusive interviews with CIA employees. The film stirred such controversy that it was removed by PBS after a single showing in response to protests by sponsors. On Company Business won the International Critics Award for Best Documentary at the 1980 Berlin International Film Festival.
Alan Francovich is the producer and director of On Company Business on the CIA — the acclaimed three-hour documentary (Inside the CIA: On Company Business, 1980) –which took five years to make and required massive, world-wide research. The movie has won prizes at international film festivals and has been shown in over 30 countries. Francovich reports that the US government and the CIA have harassed him and have applied pressure to restrict the movie’s distribution.
Inside the CIA: On Company Business is a long and penetrating look inside one of the world’s most powerful secret organizations. This long suppressed, award-winning documentary consists almost entirely of insider eyewitness accounts of CIA Covert Operations and their role in the political intrigues of the late 20th Century. What part did the CIA play in the Cold War? How instrumental were they in Cuba’s 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion? Did they cause the overthrow of President Allende in Chile?
Part I: History On Company Business begins at the end of World War II when ‘The Company’ was formed out of the wartime Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and takes us through the various political incidents that the CIA has played a major role in for forty years from the 1940s to the 1970s.
Part II: Assassination as a tool of US foreign policy has always been kept under wraps – until key ex-agents tell their shocking stories to our cameras. Now you can learn of plots by the CIA to murder the leaders of various governments around the world including, of course, Fidel Castro.
Part III: Subversion. The CIA has two goals: gathering information and influencing the balance of world power. When a world leader’s policies do not match those of the CIA, ‘The Company’ used subversion to topple or destabilize the government. This could mean restoring the Shah of Iran to power, overthrowing Chile’s Marxist government, and continuingly destabilizing Latin American politics.