Believe It Or Not, MAD
Magazine Was Right All Along
It Has Been 'Spy Versus Spy' In This Country (And The
World) For Many Generations Now
NewsFocus - by Tim Watts -123009
An Open Call For Help To The Real Good
In The U.S. Intelligence Community
The United States has been involved in sponsoring "false flag"
terrorism for years now, and that fact has already been proven by just about every
major war we ever fought since the late 1800s. One undeniable event was the
escalation of U.S. involvement in the Viet Nam War, allegedly provoked by the
"Gulf of Tonkin Incident," now openly admitted as never happening by former
DoD head Robert McNamara. Many suspect "false flag terrorism" on domestic soil
as well, ranging from the first World Trade Center bombing, the Oklahoma City
bombing and the 9/11 event. What is undeniable in the latter domestic attacks,
is that a high degree of intelligence and funding were required to pull these
events off. Who exactly sponsored and orchestrated them is the big question.
It is also an undeniable fact that
most Americans and the world do not trust the CIA, because of the terror that
they have perpetrated on behalf of weak politicians and immoral ideology of the
ruling elite. These rogue
factions will argue that sometimes we need to do unpopular acts to maintain our
superiority in the world. This concept in itself is an extreme oxymoron, for we
have no "superiority" if we have to stoop to illegal and treacherous activities
to sustain what is supposed to be the greatest superpower the world has ever
Intelligent and reasonable Americans have every right to be suspicious of such a
clandestine operation that has perpetrated the overthrow of many legitimate
democracies, while assassinating or deposing democratically elected leaders, all
in the name of 'U.S. interests.'
Ask yourself this... what are
"U.S. interests" and how is it that they can possibly be based in foreign
lands, not under U.S. rule?
A common, yet morbid joke has often been recited that
essentially says, "What is all of our oil doing under your land?" (This can
most certainly be equated to other valuable natural resources as well, including
metals of wealth, such as gold, silver and platinum, or jewels like diamonds,
emeralds, rubies and the like.)
History has shown us the answer many
times over. It is not the interests of the United States government, per se, or
"We the People," but rather the greedy interests of ultra-wealthy
individuals and crooked corporations that simply want to have it all, whether it belongs
to them or not.
No truer story has ever been published than that of General Smedley D. Butler, author of "War
Is A Racket." Butler was most
discouraged upon leaving military service, telling an account of military misuse
to protect the financial interests of corporations with foreign based factories.
There are many more instances beyond Butler's tale of government complicity
in corporate avarice, but that is truly not the gist of this piece.
This is a plea for help.
Americans in large part do not trust
the feeble explanations fed to them regarding the JFK, RFK, MLK and JFK Jr.
assassinations, and with very good reason. Facts and incongruities from the
official stories are out there, in the open, available to those who have
dared to search for the real truth.
Ask yourself another question,
"If these are known examples of intelligence agencies gone awry, what other
events remain secret that we know nothing about?"
Many Americans would say that we do
not need the CIA, and they may very well have a case for that in light of the
past transgressions of this tax-payer funded clandestine agency. This author
would contend that foreign intelligence is indeed needed, because evil
does exist in the world, however that evil need not be propagated by the U.S.,
or its intelligence services.
It is a known fact that terrorism is
caused by our interference in foreign lands that we do not belong in, nor have
rights to. Since the 9/11 event, and the egregious and inhumane policies of the
Bush-Cheney regime, terrorism has risen exponentially.
machinations of desperation have come about in retaliation to our own instigated
indiscretions. The intellectually starved excuse given by our intellectually
deficient ex-President, that terrorists hate us for our freedoms, is
laughable, not to mention patently absurd. This ridiculous notion is
moronically insane. The Bush II administration will forever be noted in history
for some outright humdingers, but blatant lies such as these are as nonsensical
as they come, including the outlandishly ambiguous and open-ended "War on
For the record, many found it quite
hard to keep a straight face whenever "W" continually mouthed the insipid phrase
"evil-doers." This term was coined for the lemmings and old
folks of America
who scare quite easily and don't think on their own, but instead have their news, and
what they should fear,
spoon-fed to them by our complicit corporate controlled media.
The U.S. populace has a well founded
and deep seated distrust of our alphabet agencies, but few understand that the
entire barrel of apples is not all rotten. It is only a select evil few
with power that give the rest a very bad name. With literally thousands of
individuals employed by our intelligence services, it is unfathomable to
possibly think that every single employee could all be corrupt, or be involved
in illegal activities. They quite simply are not.
What most people fail to realize is
that these agencies, much like the military and our government, are all run
through a hierarchy of command, based on the concept of "compartmentalization,"
where most within the organization have no idea of what is planned or executed
from the top. This is done for national security purposes, and the ability to
maintain national secrets, but it is this same mechanism that has been used by
others to enact and perpetrate the outrageous and inhuman atrocities that have
become part of our history.
Understand this fully, the best and
the brightest of our intelligence services are not all on the side of
wrongdoing. Far from it. We have far more within the halls of intel who are
noble, true patriots of integrity with moral values. The problem is, they are
hamstrung with a simple yet damning catch-22, who do they trust from within?
It is not our government that has
lost its way or become corrupt, it is those from within, small powerful
factions, that now control the course of our nation.
And so it is with
this premise in mind that "We the People" need to call upon these patriots of
U.S. intel to help us in this dire time in our nation's history.
We the public
cannot possibly fight against such well funded and highly armed rogue
organizations, now possessing vast non-lethal technology to suppress uprisings
of the populace. We desperately need the help and patriotic service of these
good intelligence agents to ferret out those who have gone awry from our
Constitution and the decency of humanity. Whistleblowers exist in these
organizations (see Colleen Rowley or Sibel Edmonds) and it is in our best
interest to encourage them to continue to courageously speak out.
If you're part of
the alphabet agencies, government politics, our U.S. military or even local law
enforcement, we need you desperately, now more than ever, to help
preserve the vision that our forefathers laid out for all of us.
Make no mistake
about it, this country is under
assault. Powerful, well funded factions are dividing us all along
ideological and political party lines. It's the old, "divided we fall"
concept. We need to stop the left versus right vitriol and join together again
as united Americans and fight together for our Constitutional rights.
While we vastly
outnumber those of the unscrupulous in positions of financial and political
power, by the hundreds of millions in the U.S. alone, we cannot
counter these powerful criminal forces
without your help.
We need you
badly, and now!
As the old saying
goes, "Now is the time for all
good men to come to the aid of their country."