Disband the CIA – now!
Currently, the same people who created “Remember the Maine,” “Remember Pearl Harbor,” “Remember he Gulf of Tonkin” and “Remember 9/11,” have pulled another rabbit out of their magician’s hat: “Remember the Russians.” Seemingly, they want to kill two birds with the same stone: stealing the election from Trump and begin the new Cold War they have been craving. Obviously, they are still under the wrong assumption that we are nothing but a bunch of idiots.
The ongoing disinformation campaign has been orchestrated by the CFR’s globalist conspirators using their beloved CIA to launch a disinformation PsyOp accusing the Russians of messing in the recent election in an effort to undermine the nomination of President-Elect Donald Trump. Nevertheless, the CIA’s role in the charade has given us the best opportunity to get rid once and for all of this treacherous organization.
It is difficult, however, to understand the CIA’s current behavior without taking a look at the true reason why it was created and who created it.
After the disaster at the Bay of Pigs President Kennedy in private cursed “CIA bastards” for luring him into the debacle and told a friend he wanted to “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the winds.” Then, he fired CFR agent and CIA Director Allen Dulles. Soon after, it was the CIA, in close collaboration with their agent Castro, the ones who splintered Kennedy into a thousand pieces.
The CIA was the illegitimate child of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), a spy agency fully under the control of the CFR globalist conspirators. A spate of books has been written about the OSS’s heroic actions during WWII. The truth, however, is quite different. The OSS’s three main successes were serving East Europe to Joe Stalin on a silver platter, creating the Rat Lines to allow Nazi war criminals escape from justice, and assassinating General George Patton.
Of the many books about the CIA, written by both apologists and critics, only a few authors have found the true key to decipher the mystery behind this secretive organization. One of them is Col. L. Fletcher Prouty, U.S. Air Force (Ret.), and the other is Ralph W. McGehee, a retired CIA officer.
In his excellent study of the CIA, The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World, Prouty explains how a group of CIA officers managed, through the administration of selective information to the President and other government leaders, to virtually control the U.S. Government. According to Prouty, “The CIA is a great, monstrous machine with tremendous and terrible power.”
Prouty’s book was initially published in New York by Prentice Hall in 1973, but the book was practically censored and disappeared from the bookstores. Then, new editions were printed in 1992 and 1997. In the Preface of the second edition of his book, published in 1992, Prouty affirms:
I was the first author to point out that the CIA’s most important ‘Cover Story’ is that of an ‘Intelligence’ agency.” Of course the CIA does make use of ‘intelligence’ and ‘intelligence gathering,’ but that is largely a front for its primary interest, ‘Fun and Games.’ Its allies, and its method of operation, are the principal subjects of this book.
In the Preface to the 1997 edition of his book, Prouty expanded even more on the subject,
The CIA is the center of a vast, and amorphous mechanism that specializes in Covert Operations … or as Allen Dulles always called it, “Peacetime Operations.” In this sense, the CIA is the willing tool of a higher level High Cabal, that may include representatives and highly skilled agents of the CIA and other instrumentality’s of the government, certain cells of the business and professional world and, almost always, foreign participation. It is this ultimate Secret Team, its allies, and its method of operation that are the principal subject of this book.
Contrary to other authors and perhaps conscious of the principle that in intelligence and espionage things are seldom what they seem, Prouty was not fooled by misleading appearances. At the very end of his book, he clearly states that, though the CIA is very powerful, “. . . in the majority of cases, the power behind it is big business, big banks, big law firms and big money. The Agency exists to be used by them.”
Moreover, in an article Prouty wrote for the February 1986 issue of Freedom magazine, he clarifies even more the issue:
The CIA is the best friend of the top executives of America’s biggest business, and it works for them at home and abroad. It is always successful in the highest echelons of government and finance. … Translated into everyday terms, [William] Casey’s CIA, as was Allen Dulles’ CIA, is one of the true bastions of power as a servant of the American and transnational business and financial community.
The other author who cut to the chase was Ralph W. McGehee, a former CIA officer. In the Introduction to his book Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA, McGehee states,
… the CIA is the covert action arm of the Presidency. Most of its money, manpower, and energy go into covert operations that, as we have seen over the years, include backing dictators and overthrowing democratically-elected governments. The CIA is not an intelligence agency. In fact it is an anti-intelligence agency, producing only the information wanted by policymakers to support their plans and suppressing information that does not support those plans. As the covert action arm of the President, the CIA uses disinformation, much of it aimed at the U.S. public, to mold opinion. It employs the gamut of disinformation techniques from forging documents to planting and discovering “communist” weapons caches. But the major weapon in its arsenal of disinformation is the “intelligence” it feeds to policymakers.
At the end of his book McGehee gets even closer to the source of the problem when he modifies his previous statement that the CIA is the covert arm of the President, and changes it to affirm that actually it is the covert action arm of the President’s policy advisers. And that simple modification makes a great difference, because in it resides the hidden truth of the matter. I am quoting below his statement in full:
The CIA is not now nor has it ever been a central intelligence agency. It is the covert action arm of the President’s foreign policy advisers. In that capacity it overthrows or supports foreign governments while reporting “intelligence” justifying those activities. It shapes its intelligence, even in such critical areas as Soviet nuclear weapon capability, to support presidential policy. Disinformation is a large part of its covert action responsibility, and the American people are the primary target audience of its lies.
If you still don’t know it, most CIA Directors and foreign policy advisers of U.S. Presidents since WWII have been members of the treasonous Council on Foreign Relations.
So, it is obvious that both Prouty and McGehee were convinced that, far from being the ultimate culprit, the CIA is just a tool. But, whose tool? Unfortunately, neither Prouty nor McGehee name names. But it is obvious that both authors are talking about the people behind the curtains who control our lives, the ones Prouty calls “The Secret Team,” and others have called the Invisible Government of the United States of America.
More recently, a few more authors are reaching the same conclusion. For example, Paul David Collins is convinced that,
The problematic intelligence organization seems to have been engaged in nefarious activity since its inception. What is the explanation for the Agency’s seemingly systemic corruption? Anti-government writers claim that CIA corruption stems from the fact that the Agency is an organ of a corrupt government. However, this contention is a gross oversimplification. While the Agency does have a government charter, it can only be considered a quasi-governmental organization. For the most part, the Agency is the enforcement arm of its “founding fathers.” While these “founding fathers” use national governments as their personal prostitutes, they inhabit a stratum that exists above governments. The “founding fathers” are the Power Elite.
Another author who pointed exactly to the right direction is Henry Makow. According to Makow,
Our main misconception about the CIA is that it serves U.S. interests. In fact, it has always been the instrument of a dynastic international banking and oil elite (Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan) coordinated by the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London and their U.S. branch, the Council on Foreign Relations.
In an article entitled “Chinagate: The Third-Way Scandal,” author Richard Poe reaches a similar conclusion. According to Poe, “When the Cold War ended, the CIA took on a new job —helping U.S. corporations compete in the global marketplace.”
Poe’s assertion, however, is not fully true. The CIA didn’t take a new job. Since its very creation — actually since its very conception in the minds of its true creators— the CIA’s real, secret job has never been protecting and advancing the interests of the American people but of the Invisible Government of the United States: Wall Street and international bankers, oil magnates, and CEOs of global corporations. The CIA’s job is not new, the only difference is that the Agency is now doing it more openly and that the corporations the CIA is helping in their fight to destroy their competitors are transnational, not American.
Since its very creation the CIA has never been an intelligence agency, but an elaborate hoax, a subterfuge and a cover to justify and disguise the existence of the conspirators’ secret military arm. It has also served as a sort of bullfighters’ red cape to distract the American people’s attention by focusing it on the puppet instead of the real source of the problem: the puppeteers who control the action behind the curtains.
On July 26, 1947, President Harry S. Truman signed into law the National Security Act establishing the National Security Council (NSC). It also created the Central Intelligence Agency as well as the Secretary of Defense, the Joints Chiefs of Staff and a separate Air Force branch of the military. This marked the official beginning of the Cold War, an artificial creation of the CFR conspirators.
The NSC was allegedly created to manage the bloated foreign policy, military and intelligence apparatus of the U.S. government. But the National Security Act, like most important U.S. Government documents, had not been written at the White House but at the Harold Pratt House in Manhattan, headquarters of the CFR. Given the fact that at the time some American presidents were not fully under the conspirators’ control, its true purpose was to create a shadow organization whose members, acting as blinders, controlled the presidents by controlling the information reaching them. It is not a coincidence that, since its creation, most National Security Council members, including the Presidents’ National Security Advisors, have been secret CFR agents.
The National Security Council included the President, the secretary of state, the new secretary of defense, the secretaries of the military departments, and the chairman of the new National Security Resources Board. According to the act, the responsibility of the NSC was:
To advise the President with respect to the integration of domestic, foreign, and military policies relating to the national security so as to enable the military services and the other departments and agencies of the Government to cooperate more effectively in matters involving the national security.
The National Security Act gave the National Security Council just advisory, not executive powers, much less gave the newly created CIA authority to carry on covert operations abroad. But, just a few months later, on December 1947, NSC directive 4-A made the Director of Central Intelligence responsible for psychological warfare.
Then, less than a year after it was created, the NSC pushed the envelope even further and illegally assumed executive powers. On June 18, 1948, the National Security Council produced NSC 10-2, a directive that superseded NSC 4-A and was kept secret from the American government and people for many long years. NSC 10-2 authorized the CIA to conduct not only psychological but also all types of covert warfare operations.
The result is that, since the end of the Second World War, the CFR conspirators, through their secret agents in the NSC, have been putting blinders on American Presidents and giving them the mushroom treatment — keeping them in the dark, and feeding them manure. This guarantees that the President’s most important policy decisions are the ones already made at the Harold Pratt House in Manhatttan.
If one is to believe he U.S. Government’s narrative about the 9/11 events (which I never bought), the CIA, the NSA and the rest of alphabet soup of intelligence agencies failed miserably to alert us about the attacks. Surprisingly, however, nobody at the CIA or the NSA was demoted, much less fired, as the result of such catastrophic failure to accomplish their mission for which We the People pay billions of dollars every year.
So, I think that, as soon as he is sworn into Office, the first thing President Donald Trump should do is to sign an Executive Order disbanding the National Security Council, the CIA and the NSA and passing their functions to the military — the place where such functions belong.
Or, even better, he should sell the CIA and the NSA tax free to Amazon and Apple so they can create their own CIA (Central Intelligence Amazon) and their own NSA (National Security Apple). This way they may save some dough by not having to redesign their logos and we, the American taxpayers, will save a lot of money by not paying for the work of these bunch of useless incompetents and traitors.
Servando is the uthor of Psychological Warfare and the New World Order and I Dare Call It Treason, and the DVDs Treason in America and Partners in Treason, all of them available at NewsWithViews.
1. Out of unavoidable oversimplification, people always refer to actions taken by intelligence services as “the CIA knew,” “the KGB acted,” “the Mossad believed,” etc., forgetting that intelligence services are not homogeneous entities. Due to the application of the need-to-know and compartmentation principles, an inherent characteristic of all intelligence services, the right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing, and vice versa. Therefore, when one says, “the CIA knew,” it actually means “some people at the CIA knew.” In the case of critical operations, as in the case of assassination attempts on a foreign leader, it is likely that most people at CIA, including very senior officers, were left in the dark about the operation. On the other hand, there is some evidence that, since the Sixties, the CIA has been not only teeming with liberals but it has had some crypto-leftists among its ranks. Contrary to what most people think, Castro has always had many secret admirers among CIA officers. Some CIA defectors, like Philip Agee, were notoriously pro-Castro. By the way, the story that the CIA tried to kill Castro on several occasions, but always failed due to incompetence, is just bovine manure. For Castro as a secret CIA agent see my book Psychological Warfare and the New World Order.
2. The Bay of Pigs operation was actually a success for the CFR conspirators. Its goal was to destroy the anti-Castro opposition and consolidate him in power so that the Russians accepted him as member of the communist camp, and both goals were accomplished. See Servando Gonzalez, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order (Spooks Books: Oakland, 2010), pp. 193-200.
3. “CIA: Marker of Policy or Tool? Survey finds widely feared agency is tightly controlled,” The New York Times, April 25, 1966.
4. The assassination of President Kennedy was a CIA-Castro joint operation. More on this on a forthcoming article.
5. On the OSS see, Servando Gonzalez, The Secret Fidel Castro (Spooks Books: Oakland, 2001-2016), pp. 91-107.
6. On the role of the OSS in the assassination of Gen. Patton see Servando Gonzalez, Psychological Warfare and the New World Order, OpCit., pp. 103-107.
7. Ralph W. McGehee, Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA (New York, Sheridan Square Publications, 1983), p. xi.
8. Ibid., p. 192.
9. Paul David Collins, “Unholy Matrimony: The Tie Between the Cult of Intelligence and the Cult of Oligarchy,” Conspiracy Archive, Sept. 9th, 2006.
10. The RIIA later changed its name to Chatham House.
11. Henry Makow, “Gloria Steinem: How the CIA Used Feminism to Destabilize Society,” NewsWithViews.com (July 1, 2002).
12. Richard Poe, “Chinagate: The Third-Way Scandal,” in Christopher Ruddy and Carl Limbacher Jr., (eds.), Bitter Legacy: NewsMax.com Reveals the Untold Story of the Clinton- Gore Years (West Palm Beach, Florida: NewsMax.com, 2001), p. 83.
13. Due to limitations of space, the vision of the CIA I have painted is not totally accurate. Actually there are some true patriots working at the CIA. For a more in-depth analysis of the CIA, see my Psychological Warfare and the New World Order, pp. 108-149.
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