Today's CIA: Murders Targeted Assassinations Covert Operations and Sabatoge

By Jim Campbell

November 30th, 2019

By its very nature, it is difficult to know with absolute certainty what appears below is true, when one considers the very secretive nature of the CIA.

CIA Headquarters, Langley, Virginia.

That being said, much of this writing is from historical documents from the National Archives and declassified material from the CIA and other agencies.

Inside the cavernous marble and glass lobby of CIA HQs in Langley, Virginia there is an inscription etched into the wall. Not some patriotic slogan, but words from the Gospel of John: “And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.”

Philip Agee was a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who served in Latin America.

After resigning from the CIA he lectured and wrote on the Agency’s clandestine operations.

His activities were not unnoticed.

Ex-CIA Director and later President Bush the first called Agee “a traitor to our country.” He is the author of Inside the Company: CIA Diary and On the Run. He died in Cuba in January 2008.

By Philip Agee

No matter who is president, particularly since 1945, there has been a steady stream of U.S. interventions in countries far and wide.

From Grenada to Panama and from Iraq to Afghanistan, there are few countries too big or small where the U.S. does not declare it has an interest.

One of the key weapons in Washington’s arsenal is the Central Intelligence Agency. sometimes just referred to as the Agency or the Company.

The idea that there are rogue agents carrying out their own operations is not supported by facts. The CIA is an instrument of the White House.

Most readers will not have a firm grasp of the working of the CIA they do tend to hear of the agencies’ blown operations.

CIA Mind Control M-K Ultra.

When diplomacy fails and war is unwise, the president calls on the CIA’s Special Activities Division—a highly-classified branch of the CIA and the most effective black operations force in the world.

Almost every American president since World War II has asked the CIA to conduct sabotage, subversion, and even assassination.

So secretive is the agency that on its wall of heros not a name is mentioned.

They did so and still operate under Title TEN, which gives the President of the United States plausible deniability.

To unveil the secret world of the president’s guerrilla warfare corps, Pulitzer Prize finalist Annie Jacobsen takes the stage with excerpts from Surprise, Kill, Vanish, her thriller-like exposition of the world of paramilitary and intelligence work.

Jacobsen shares exclusive interviews with members of the CIA’s Senior Intelligence Service (equivalent to the Pentagon’s generals), its counterterrorism chiefs, targeting officers, and Special Activities Division’s Ground Branch operators who conduct today’s close-quarters killing operations around the world.

Every operation they report—however unsettling—is legal.

What follows is a gripping dive into the complex world of individuals working in treacherous environments populated with killers, connivers, and saboteurs.

And then “the unthinkable happened,” as North Korea invaded South Korea.

South Korea was ruled by a U.S.-educated puppet who was actively provoking North Korea with his own invasions, but “unthinkable” here doesn’t mean the people involved couldn’t think it; it means that we must not think they thought it.

In the undated image above, captured U.S. forces were marched down the street by North Korean officials.

Senior civilian leaders in Washington and senior military leaders in Asia refuted reporting which could have altered the war due to groupthink and preconceived opinions.

This, of course, is no different than today’s “Head in the sand posture,” when situations don’t go as planned.

These two intelligence errors—the North Korean attack and Chinese intervention—are possibly two of the gravest mistakes in U.S. intelligence history.

The North Korean invasion, which could have been prevented with posturing and deterrence, cost hundreds of thousands of lives and dragged a reluctant America back into a large-scale war in Asia.

The second, which could have been avoided by heeding the warning signs from intelligence agencies, third-party diplomats, and the Chinese themselves, escalated the war and laid the groundwork for three decades of Chinese-American hostility that followed

A mentally ill Frank Wisner led CIA efforts in Korea to get thousands of people killed killing thousands of other people to no other effect, before killing himself.

Jacobsen believes this left “a black mark” on the agency.

The CIA, cannot really make a discernible black mark on an edifice of infinite black marks.

Jacobsen’s book rolls on through black marks after black marks, unrelenting, yet somehow unaware that there isn’t something there other than the black marks.

Jacobsen promotes as plausible the CIA-idea that Kim Il Sung was an imposter and a soviet puppet as controlled by Stalin in this story as Trump is by Putin in the fantasies of Russiagate.

During the war against North Korea, everything that could be imagined done wrong was.

Double agents were widely employed and informed.

Fighters were trained and parachuted pointlessly into enemy territory by the thousands. No information of benefit to any human population was gathered.

The CIA found its own conduct “morally reprehensible” but kept such reports secret for decades in order to do more of the same in other parts of the world.

Meanwhile, the military thought it could do a better job and created its own criminal groups of special forces and green berets.

THE END

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9 Responses to Today's CIA: Murders Targeted Assassinations Covert Operations and Sabatoge

  1. Dave the Differentiator says:

    Anyone who “served” in the Military and asked any questions of various officers up the “Chain of Command” discovered that not one single officer had any clear idea of just exactly why America was fighting these long drawn out “wars” against enemies that did not even understand why they were enemies.

    Of course, America did not start most of the wars looking back at what are defined as wars. America was “drawn” into various wars by the “Money Changers” so to speak. Today we have identified these people as the “Elite” and have actually identified specific people and a very well defined organization – the “Deep State”.

    In my opinion the driving force was always “Greed” and “Power” to “Rule the World”. Identifying the problem does not give rise to a workable solution. And so we, the People, simply go on about the business of business of life attempting the live the best life possible in the circumstances.

    Religions are a very big part of the problem. Simply looking at the cult of Islam with its very specific demand of obedience to Rule the World is troublesome to me. This thing we all know as Religion is a mystery to us all. AND, until the people can all agree to a standard in this area the world is stuck in the conflict of my religion is better than your religion. IMO!

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  2. Stealth General says:

    Fortunately, or unfortunately depending on which side of the coin you are looking, the CIA exists. There are good reasons why a CIA should exist IMO. Many wars could be avoided and the loss of human lives through wars could be reduced substantially if certain irritants just “went away.” Unfortunately, as Dave the Differentiator has outlined, power and greed, through a deep state organization or movement has tainted any “good” these special organizations might accomplish. Certainly the CIA has been instrumental in many “activities” which have resulted in a transparent non-event to the American people. However, dirty, misguided, or even corrupt leadership has put the CIA into a negative light from which it might never rise above regardless of intentions.

    When the swamp is drained will we “see” a CIA? I don’t think so. Think about what I just said!

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    • JCscuba says:

      Yep General, The president needs them for plausible deniability and the country will need them now and more into the future as we take on more Muslims. Thanks for your comments J.C.

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  3. malenurseken says:

    Very interesting. ALL of it

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  4. I am 80 now, but as a very young woman, my 1st husband and I ran a little grocery store/gas station on a busy highway in the country. Idaho’s Democrat Senator Frank Church would stop in, have a soft drink, chat with the neighboring farmers. We considered him a friend. In 1975 or so, he did a BIG investigation of the CIA, which REALLY PISSED THEM OFF! He cleaned them up a LOT! But, that was a long time ago. They have had time to get dirty again. In March of 1976, Sen. Church kicked off a RUN FOR PRESIDENT! We all knew it was too late to start it, that he would not WIN, but I pulled my 5 kids and 2 Foster kids out of school that day, packed a big picnic lunch, drove them to the little PIONEER town in the mountains to let them witness it. I figured small town kids from Idaho would probably never again get to see anyone kick off a campaign like that! It is still one of their favorite memories. And, he remembered me, gave me a big smile and waved.

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