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Totalitarian Collectivism: CIA = Murder Inc.


Breaking All the Rules
By SARTRE
16 December 2014

"Let's remember, the CIA's job is to go out and create wars."

- Jesse Ventura

The motives behind the expose report on CIA practices of torture misses the critical issue surrounding the “Agency”. Most Democrats and many left wing partisans enjoy pointing the dagger at George W. Bush and his cabal of dedicated conspirators. While the first family of fascist facilitators are certainly an indefensible clan of criminals, the essential element about the Central Intelligence Agency is that gathering and interrupting clandestine tradecraft, produces little effect to enhance an American First foreign policy.

Those treasonous NeoCons, who infiltrated both parties, are dire hard globalists bent on fostering an international interventionist empire. Defending the use of a handbook for torture techniques is a task that only a sociopathic and deranged authoritarian undertakes.

The Hill report, Ex-CIA director defends rectal rehydration, is an exercise in fatuousness.

“Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden on Thursday defended revelations from Senate Intelligence Committee Democrats that the agency used rectal rehydration on detainees.

“These were medical procedures,” Hayden said during a tense interview on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper." He added that the method was used because detainees were dehydrated, and that giving them intravenous fluids with needles would be dangerous.”




Prancing out Dick "Darth Vader” Cheney to brag about his record of enhanced interrogation is consistent with the culture of obscene de-humanization that is always rationalized as protecting the “Homeland”.





The video, Professor McCoy Exposes the History of CIA Interrogation on Democracy Now provides an overview of CIA practices.

Melvin A. Goodman article, Torture Report Exposes Sadism and Lies argues that,

“The senior operations officer who ran the CIA’s torture and abuse program, Jose Rodriquez, has been permitted to write a book and a long essay in the Washington Post that argue the interrogation techniques were legal and effective. Their charges are completely spurious and their credibility is non-existent.

CIA directors Tenet and Hayden, who signed off on the enhanced interrogation program, were involved in numerous efforts to politicize the work of the CIA. In addition to deceiving the White House on the efficacy of the torture program, Tenet provided misinformation to the White House on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. His role on Iraqi WMD has been comprehensively and authoritatively documented in the reports of the Robb-Silberman Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.”

How did the Agency become the refuge of nihilism? Start with looking into the reasons for installing a mole like James Jesus Angleton, as head of the Counterintelligence Staff, which illustrates the danger of entrusting national security to compromised loyalists. Fast forward to today and elevating John O. Brennan: CIA Drone Director to head up the Agency proves that the killing machine is more important than the analysis of intelligence.

Review the impact from the Continued Policy of Torture that goes on under different names and locations. Tracing the record of torture is mild outrage when compared to the actual operations of the Shadow Forces Behind Government.

The CIA has a damaging pattern of not providing accurate intelligence. The reason is simple, for their mission has changed from the original charter and their purpose is now the elimination of all opposition to the rule of the “REAL” establishment. The CIA’s own site and library says:

“Preempt threats and further US national security objectives by collecting intelligence that matters, producing objective all-source analysis, conducting effective covert action as directed by the President, and safeguarding the secrets that help keep our Nation safe.”

“From the creation of the Agency in 1947 until the establishment of the permanent select committees on intelligence in the mid-1970s, there was relatively little legislation in this area. Only three statutes, in fact, fell into the aforementioned categories, and all were developed largely by the Agency and supported by the administration in power. With the advent of the select committees, however, Congress began to develop and enact more legislation affecting the Agency’s mission, authorities, and organization. Not only did the annual authorization bills for intelligence developed by the select committees offer new opportunities to bring legislation affecting the CIA to the floor, but the committees themselves increasingly took the initiative to propose such legislation.”

Much of the research and condemnation of the deadly intervention from covert operations has been assembled from the likes of the late Alexander Cockburn, who wrote back in 2009 in "A Damned Murder Inc."

“What about targets of assassination attempts by the CIA, acting on presidential orders? We could start with the bid on Chou En-lai’s life after the Bandung Conference in 1954; they blew up the plane scheduled to take him home, but fortunately for him, though not his fellow passengers, he’d switched flights. Then we could move on to the efforts, ultimately successful in 1961, to kill the Congo’s Patrice Lumumba, in which the CIA was intimately involved, dispatching among others the late Dr Sidney Gottlieb, the Agency’s in-house killer chemist, with a hypodermic loaded with poison. The Agency made many efforts to kill General Kassim in Iraq. The first such attempt on October 7, 1959 was botched badly, and one of the assassins, Saddam Husssein, was, spirited out to an Agency apartment in Cairo. There was a second Agency effort in 1960-1961 with a poisoned handkerchief. Finally they shot Kassim in the coup of February 8/9, 1963.”

Even the U.S. government admitted the rattling impact of covert actionable ops as seen in the Senator Frank Church Committee Reports providing documentation on CIA operation abuses.

“The Interim Report documents the Church Committee's findings on U.S. involvement in attempts to assassinate foreign leaders, particularly Patrice Lumumba of the Congo, Cuba's Fidel Castro, Rafael Trujillo of the Dominican Republic, the Diem brothers of Vietnam, and General Rene Schneider of Chile. It also contains findings on the development of a general "Executive Action" capability by the CIA.”

Still not convinced? Then review the litany of evidence in A Timeline of CIA Atrocities, the Secret Mercenary Armies of the CIA and 10 Dirty Secret CIA Operations.

The list of Directors of Central Intelligence (DCI) includes some of the most infamous names in post War II sub-rosa governance. The likes of Allen W. Dulles, Richard M. Helms, James R. Schlesinger, William E. Colby, George H. W. Bush, William J. Casey and George J. Tenet each had their secrets but all were agents in protecting the NWO “Nefarious Warrior Organism” Empire.

This background sets the stage for the latest chapter of CIA = Murder Inc.

Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. references President Obama's Secret CIA Hit Squad Detailed in "The Way of the Knife" in the New American. “The story behind the development and deployment of this presidential killing corps is told in The Way of the Knife: The CIA, a Secret Army, and a War at the Ends of the Earth, the latest book by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Mazzetti.”

Mr. Wolverton goes on to sum up.

“The “new American way of war” includes not declaring war. Rather than submit to the constitutional authority of the legislative branch’s exclusive power to declare war, presidents for decades have marched brigades of U.S. armies through the barriers that separate the powers of the White House and Capitol Hill.

Admittedly, when the president assumes the power to designate people as enemies of the state, then he feels legally justified in skirting (or completely disregarding) the myriad constitutional and moral checks on the prosecution of war.

For example, President Obama’s nearly daily approval of drone-delivered assassinations is an effrontery to over 650 years of our Anglo-American law’s protection from autocratic decrees of death without due process of law. When any president usurps the power to place names on a kill list and then have those people summarily executed without due process, he places our republic on a trajectory toward tyranny and government-sponsored terrorism.”



The need for valid intelligence should not be compromised with the culture of unaccountable execution for the “National Security” of government thugs. The CIA has proven to be an enemy of the American People. Honest conservatives need to accept and adopt that protecting surreptitious enforcers is not the same as defending the nation.

A list of US Intelligence and Security Agencies shows there is no shortage of government departments that have the capacity of conducting justifiable intelligence collection. Allowing the CIA to wage secretive wars is entirely outside the lawful traditions upon which this country was founded.

The circumstance of the mysterious death of William E. Colby strongly indicates that he was murdered. Who Killed William Colby? - provides the following deduction. “A CIA director can make a lot of enemies which Colby managed to do in spades. Perhaps his biggest sin was his willingness to honestly answer Congress the questions they put to him. In fact his candor caused Kissinger to instruct President Ford to fire him which he did in November 1975. Twenty years later Colby was scheduled to speak before Congress again and the spooks at Langley wanted to take no chances of more family jewels being cast before swine.”Matthew 26:52 applies to CIA DCI’s – “for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”

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9 comments :

  1. The purpose of the torture wasn't to extract actionable intelligence but false confessions in support of the false flags coverup and to recruit new blood mind-controlled freaks to be used for subsequent terrorism,

    Cheney - may you rot in hell forever.

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  2. The US War Crimes Act, the Geneva Convention against Torture and the Infamous “Torture Memos”
    http://www.fourwinds10.net/siterun_data/health/abuse/torture/news.php?q=1418672742

    The War Crimes Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2441, makes it a crime for any person, “whether inside or outside the United States” to commit a “war crime.” War Crimes are defined as any grave breach of the Geneva Conventions, and in particular, any conduct that violates common Article 3. In Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, the Supreme Court explicitly ruled that common Article 3 applies to alleged Al Qaeda members and the so-called war on terror.
    The crimes of torture, cruel or inhuman treatment and murder — all acts that are documented by the Senate Torture Report — are specifically prohibited by common Article 3 and the War Crimes Act.
    In 2006, the government enacted the Military Commissions Act of 2006, which severely curtailed the reach of the War Crimes Act, limiting its application well short of the protections of common Article 3. It also passed a provision that provided for retroactive immunity for certain government personnel who were following orders in implementing what they thought were lawful directives from the President (this section can be found at 42 U.S.C. § 2000dd-1). The Washington Post noted at the time that the intent of these changes was to reduce the threat of future prosecutions when the day came when such abuses would be revealed to a shocked public. These provisions remain untested.
    It is my belief that any person involved in the chain of command that authorized the crimes detailed in the Senate Torture Report should be indicted for war crimes and conspiracy to commit war crimes under the War Crimes Act. This includes George W. Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, CIA officials who condoned or engaged in such practices, and attorneys who authorized such practices, including Alberto Gonzales, Jay Bybee and John Yoo.

    Standards of Conduct of Interrogation: Memorandum: http://www.globalresearch.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Screen-Shot-2014-12-11-at-17.15.12.png

    The Convention Against Torture
    The United States is a signatory to the Convention Against Torture, and its implementing legislation is at 18 U.S.C. § 2340A. This statute was the famous subject of the “Torture Memos,” a series of legal opinions written by John Yoo and Jay Bybee regarding the limitations of this law.
    Bybee famously concluded that “torture” under the law only referred to “the most egregious conduct,” “equivalent in intensity to the pain accompanying serious physical injury, such as organ failure, impairment of bodily function, or even death.” “Purely mental pain or suffering” had to result in “significant psychological harm of significant duration, lasting for months or even years.” Bybee even thought that the Convention Against Torture might be unconstitutional because it would infringe the “President’s authority to conduct war.” Today, Jay Bybee has a lifetime tenure-ship as a judge on the United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit. John Yoo is a law professor at UC Berkeley School of Law.
    As with the War Crimes Act, the Convention against Torture provides a second basis for criminal prosecutions against people who authorized, engaged in, or ratified torture. President Obama repudiated the Torture Memos in 2009, but he also refused to issue indictments or discuss whether such conduct was actually criminal. He — or someone more brave — would do well to consider that decrying illegal conduct but then refusing to prosecute such conduct is a silent pardon at best, and complicity at worst.
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-us-war-crimes-act-the-geneva-convention-against-torture-and-the-infamous-torture-memos/5419615

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  3. And that’s why the semantics, twisted logic and debate over what is and what isn’t torture is so disturbing. We can concoct all the false rationales available. We can construct excuses based on the evil that occurred September 11th. We can go back and forth about the unknowable: Was torture effective? And we can listen to the pathetic, creepy bravado of a former vice president, wrong on nearly every decision he made. But all of it cannot erase the fact that our country is a 250-year-old testament to ideals that became blasphemy in the hands of a few while the nation reeled in a fear ignited on a single morning in September.
    ___________________________________________________________________________________________

    Wow...an excerpt from : Dick Cheney vs. ‘Unbroken’
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/12/15/dick-cheney-s-creepy-torture-bravado.html
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    What have we become? how can anyone this evil look in the mirror into their own eyes and reason away/ own up to the devastation and torture foisted upon an entire generation of Americans, let alone the ones tortured in the prison camps throughout the world. UsA used to be a most "favored nation," everyone around the world wanted a piece of Amerikka. Now all I can see is a once great nations fade into the dustbin of history with a very sordid past...sad to say the least.

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  4. Now put Blair and Straw on trial for torture, says diplomat who was fired when he warned Labour Government of UK collusion with US abuse

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2873063/Now-Blair-Straw-trial-torture-says-diplomat-fired-warned-Labour-Government-UK-collusion-abuse.html

    What I find astonishing is the number of reports appearing in the MSM on topics such as this and high-level paedophilia, that they turned a blind eye to in the past. We will know the Cabal have lost control when the truth starts appearing out in the street about such events as 911 and MH17.

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  5. Setting the lies of the NYT on fire: http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/these-are-the-lies-the-nyt-wants-you-to-believe-about-russia/

    I particularly like:
    [Here is a tableau worth a moment’s consideration: Over here, Vicky Nuland stands before a Chevron plaque as she explains to business executives how well the $5 billion was spent. Here we have Hunter Biden doing Burisma’s legal work. Over here we have a small-town mayor in Romania who is run out of town for selling Chevron a fracking lease. (This you can read of in the Times.) And over there, also in the Times report, we have the Lithuanians forcing Chevron to abandon a shale-drilling project after widespread demonstrations opposing it.]
    AND
    [My jaw hit the corner of my desk when I read last week that Ukraine’s new financeminister, one Natalie Jaresko, is 1) an American citizen, granted a Ukraine passport simultaneously with her cabinet appointment, 2) a former State Department officer, 3) recipient of hundreds of millions of dollars in that $5 billion Victoria Nuland famously bragged of spending in State’s effort to yank Ukraine westward and 4) a participant in apparently extensive insider dealing via the investment management company she co-founded after leaving State.]

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  6. The USA signed and ratified the United Nations Convention against Torture, which reads, in part: “No exceptional circumstances whatsoever, whether a state of war or a threat or war, internal political instability or any other public emergency, may be invoked as a justification of torture.”

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/the-usa-signed-and-ratified-the-united-nations-convention-against-torture-which-reads-in-part-no-exceptional-circumstances-whatsoever-whether-a-state-of-war-or-a-threat-or-war-internal-politica/

    Penalty for torture or death resulting from torture under U.S. Law:

    U.S. Code › Title 18 › Part I › Chapter 113C › § 2340A
    18 U.S. Code § 2340A - Torture

    Current through Pub. L. 113-185. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)
    US Code

    (a) Offense.— Whoever outside the United States commits or attempts to commit torture shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both, and if death results to any person from conduct prohibited by this subsection, shall be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life.
    (b) Jurisdiction.— There is jurisdiction over the activity prohibited in subsection (a) if—
    (1) the alleged offender is a national of the United States; or
    (2) the alleged offender is present in the United States, irrespective of the nationality of the victim or alleged offender.
    (c) Conspiracy.— A person who conspires to commit an offense under this section shall be subject to the same penalties (other than the penalty of death) as the penalties prescribed for the offense, the commission of which was the object of the conspiracy.

    http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2340A

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    1. They act as if these laws are not on the books and they don't have to acknowledge or follow them? This is a bunch of lawlessness; and it will not go unnoticed, for sure!

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    2. FEDUP,

      It's worse than that. Not only does the US administration behave as if it is above morality, ethics, the law or any standard of civilised, decent human behaviour; but apparently according to a poll carried out by the Washington Post, it has the support of most of the population:

      New Poll Shows US Citizens in Every Demographic Support Torture (Republicans, Democrats, White, Black, Young, Old)

      http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/new-poll-shows-us-citizens-in-every.html

      "According to former CIA Director William Colby, "The CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media."

      If that quote alone isn’t enough to raise a “Spock eyebrow” for some, then please consider this gem from another former CIA Director, William Casey, “We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

      http://www.newsfocus.org/media_control.htm

      The brainwashing of an entire population by the psychopaths who run the government, MIC, Wall Street and the MSM has been very successful when hardly a voice is raised against the mass murder and destruction of foreign countries in unjust wars; the criminality of the agencies, banks and courts and the shredding of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

      The indifference towards the suffering of others is appalling, as long as the population believes it won't happen to them. Until it does. And it will.

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    3. If they repeat a lie long enough the population will believe that it's the truth...and then they put a spin on this when we discovered their lies; when we determine the falsity in their lies then they know their program worked...such rubbish...refuse to participate...our knowing is within us where freedom lie...

      These things are not human...there is no way that a human being, being made in the image and likeness of The One Creator God; could act against humanity, it's in our DNA...they have nothing in them that is human...not even a soul...

      I'm telling you, we are ruled by clones, robotoids, and creatures; and we participate...

      They are going to meet their fate at the same level or more as the indifference to human suffering that they dished out..and it won't be rigged, our Creator God's retribution is "in their face, right out in the open for all to see!"

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