The current scandal about the resignation of Gen. Michael Flynn, President Trump’s National Security Advisor, as a result of phone conversations he had with the Russian Ambassador became national news. The most important thing, however, is how the person or persons who leaked the information managed to listen to Gen. Flynn’s phone conversations. Many people suspect the only organization that has the capability to do this is the National Security Agency.
If one is to believe the CFR-controlled mainstream media, the people in control of the U.S. intelligence agencies don’t trust President Trump and have decided to withhold providing him with intelligence. Now, just a customary analysis of the proficiency of U.S. intelligence organizations during the past half-century indicates that Trump should be extremely thankful, because, far from helping to protect America from its enemies, foreign and domestic, these intelligence organizations have failed miserably to do their job.
The main reason given to the American public for the creation of the Central Intelligence Agency was to prevent Pearl Harbor-like “surprises.” Yet, as some CIA’s critics have pointed out, over and over, since its very creation, the CIA has been taken by surprise by events it didn’t foresee.
The Bogotazo riots in Colombia in 1948, the Soviets launching the Sputnik in 1957, Castro grabbing power in Cuba in 1959, the Bay of Pigs debacle in 1961, the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, the coup that deposed Nikita Khrushchev in 1964, the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, the attack launched by Egypt and Syria against Israel in 1973, Castro’s invasion of Angola in 1975, the fall of the Shah in Iran in 1979, the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990, India’s testing of a nuclear bomb in 1998, and the events of September 11, 2001, just to mention a few, are cases in which the CIA was apparently caught asleep at the wheel.
Evidence indicates, however, that in every single one of these cases where the CIA allegedly failed to alert the U.S. government about the possibility of an important event, one can find that, on the contrary, CIA analysts did their job right, but nobody paid attention. The excuse developed by the CFR conspirators to justify these failures was that, though the CIA and other intelligence agencies provided the intelligence, they failed to connect the dots.
Nevertheless, even a simple analysis of the CIA’s intelligence “failures” shows that they seamlessly dovetail with the CFR conspirators’ successes. Indeed, most of the international political goals of the CFR conspirators have been reached thanks to CIA’s alleged “intelligence failures.” This may be the reason why after every alleged “failure” nobody in the CIA is ever disciplined, let alone fired. Consequently, one can safely reach the conclusion that people at the higher levels of the U.S. government, most of them CFR agents, failed to connect the dots because the lines connecting the dots pointed to CFR treason.
Contrary to some disinformers’ claims, far from accumulating failures, the CIA has always been one of the most successful organizations created by the U.S. Government. The problem is that the CIA has never worked for the American taxpayers, the people that foot the bill. Actually, the CIA is just one of the tools the globalist conspirators entrenched in the Council on Foreign Relations use in the pursuit of their hidden goal: the creation of a communo-fascist global government controlled by Wall Street bankers, oil magnates and multinational corporations —what they euphemistically call the New World Order.
In the same fashion, the globalist conspirators created the National Security Agency, ostensibly for global monitoring, collection, and processing of information and data for foreign intelligence and counterintelligence purposes, a discipline known as signals intelligence (SIGINT). But, following the similar pattern created by the CIA, this gigantic spying mechanism created by the NSA failed miserably to alert the U.S. government about the attacks on September 11, 2001.
The huge extent of the NSA’s spying, both foreign and domestic, was revealed to the American people by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in a series of detailed disclosures of internal NSA documents beginning in June 2013. Most of the disclosures leaked by Snowden were telephone intercepts and Internet communications of over a billion people worldwide, mostly about economics and private conversations of leaders of foreign countries, many of them U.S. friends.
After this NSA whistleblower revealed the extent and depth of the NSA’s surveillance on friendly global leaders and even American citizens, it showed that the true job of the NSA differed considerably from the one stated in their mission. Even in the aftermath of Snowden’s revelations, the House failed to pass an amendment defunding the NSA’s warrantless spying on U.S. citizens.
However, in order to understand the House’s reluctance to clip the NSA’s long tentacles it is necessary to know the true reasons why it was created.
Before the NSA was created, all U.S. cryptological organizations had been unified under the Armed Forces Security Agency. But, according to the official story, some military and civilian leaders were not satisfied with the AFSA’s job. Among these leaders were CFR members Walter Bedell Smith and Dean Acheson, two prominent figures in the Truman administration. In response to this dissatisfaction with AFSA, on December 13, 1951, President Harry S Truman ordered a study to determine corrective measures. His directive was issued to Secretary of State Dean Acheson (CFR) and Secretary of Defense Robert A. Lovett, (CFR asset) who further entrusted this responsibility to a committee chaired by prominent New York attorney George Brownell (CFR). Serving with him on the committee were Charles E. Bohlen (CFR) of the State Department, Brigadier General John B. Magruder (CFR), and William H. Jackson (CFR), Special Assistant to the DCI.
After six months of meetings, housed at the CIA, the Brownell Committee produced the Brownell Report, highly critical of the AFSA, and following suggestions of the Report, the AFSA was redesignated the as National Security Agency, without change in personnel, funds, or facilities. In synthesis, like the OSS, the CIA, the UN and many other organizations created for the sole purpose of protecting the interest of the CFR globalist conspirators, the NSA is a Rockefeller baby.
Histories of the Standard Oil written by most authors, pro or con, show that John D. Rockefeller, the originator of the family empire, was a person of a deeply conspiratorial, scheming nature. U.S. Senator Robert Lafollette went a step further, and called him “The greatest criminal of the age.” John D. himself would later in his life discover that his father’s primary occupation had been pitchman and con artist. “Cut from the same mold as the legendary P. T. Barnum, he was far from chagrined by his secret life. In fact, he seemed to revel in his petty larcenies.”
Since its very creation, John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company —which other oil producers used to call “a gang of thieves” —, worked like an intelligence and espionage organization. It had created a cult of silence and deception and enforced a policy of total secrecy. It is known that some of the people who did business with John D. were forced to sign an oath of secrecy, promising to keep any deals strictly private.
John D. pioneered the use of industrial espionage to advance his business interests. According to author Gary Allen, the “Rockefeller’s industrial espionage system was by far the most elaborate, most sophisticated and most successful that had been established.”
According to some witnesses, Rockefeller recruited agents everywhere, among competitors, politicians and in the media. In its continuous effort to monopolize the oil industry by eliminating all competition, Standard employed spies who gathered information about foreign and American markets, as well as analysts who evaluated the raw information and produced useful intelligence.
Ida Tarbell, who wrote an authoritative study of the Standard Oil, called John D. Rockefeller, “a brooding, cautious, secretive man …” Tarbell’s research assistant wrote her: “I tell you this John D. Rockefeller is the strangest, most silent, most mysterious, and most interesting figure in America.” According to Tarbell, Mr. Rockefeller employed force, fraud and blackmailing to reach his ends.
Matthew Josephson, another author who studied the life of John D. Rockefeller, confirms Tarbell’s vision. According to Josephson, “He was given to secrecy; he loathed all display. … His wife, Laura Spellman, proved an excellent mate. She encouraged his furtiveness, advising him always to be silent, to say as little as possible.” He also mentions how John D. Rockefeller customarily resorted to violence to destroy his competitors, “But where the Standard Oil could not carry on its expansion by peaceful means, it was ready with violence; its faithful servants knew even how to apply the modern weapon of dynamite.”
In his book The Rockefeller Syndrome, Ferdinand Lundberg expands on John D. Rockefeller’s abilities for intelligence and espionage. According to Lundberg,
“How, in a nutshell, cutting through volumes of apologetics, did the original Standard Oil operate? It operated in such a way as to be a model for any secret service operation such as the CIA or the GRU and KGB. Standard Oil had nothing to learn from them.”
Unfortunately for the rest of mankind John D. passed these traits to his children and grandchildren augmented, and they eventually passed them on to the organizations they created, among them the CFR, the OSS and the CIA and the NSA. It is not by chance, though, that most of the evil traits critics blame on the CIA and the NSA, are the same traits some critics blamed on the CIA’s true masters, the Rockefellers.
The true purpose for the Rockefellers creating the NSA was to spy on their business competitors and to pick up dirt to blackmail politicians, journalists and anybody who opposed them. They also created the CIA to destroy or physically eliminate the ones who either had not enough dirt that could be used against them or refused to be blackmailed. As a bonus, the NSA has also become a good tool used by corrupt business insiders to enrich themselves.
By creating these dysfunctional organizations the Rockefellers, a dysfunctional family, have turned the United States into a dysfunctional country. Now they are using these organizations to prevent President Trump from making America great again.
We, the American people, should not allow them to do destroy Trump. It is time to ban both the CIA and the NSA and open a serious investigation of the CFR’s treasonous activities. Our lives and our freedom depend on it.
© 2017 Servando Gonzalez – All Rights Reserved
1. See, i.e., “Spies Keep Intelligence From Donald Trump on Leak Concerns: Decision to Withhold Information Underscores Deep Mistrust Between Intelligence Community and President,” The Wall Street Journal, February 16, 2017. The WSJ is a CFR corporate member. For a contrasting point of view, see Danielle Ryan, “Is Michael Flynn the First Casualty of a “Deep State” coup? It’s Not Unthinkable, Salon.com, February 16, 2017.
2. See Servando Gonzalez, “Disband the CIA – Now!” NewsWithViews.com, December 23, 2016.
3. The only exception was Allen Dulles, and we know what happened to President Kennedy for firing him.
4. For the sake of arguments, lets us accept the U.S. Government’s conspiracy theory offered about the 9/11 attack.
5. Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach & Holger Stark, “Ally and Target: US Intelligence Watches Germany Closely,” Der Spiegel, August 13, 2013, also Karen DeYoung, “Colombia asks Kerry to explain NSA spying,” The Washington Post, August 13, 2013.
6. Cryptological Almanac 50th Anniversary Series, The Creation of the NSA – Part 2 of 3: The Brownell Committee, The Creation of NSA Part 3.pdf .
7. Peter Collier and David Horowitz, The Rockefellers: An American Dynasty(New York: Signet, 1976), p. 4.
8. Ibid., p. 8.
10. Daniel Yergin, The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power(New York: Pocket Books, 1993), p. 43.
11. Ibid., pp. 43, 10.
12. See, Collier and Horowitz, op. cit., p. 23.
13. See, Myer Kutz, Rockefeller Power (New York: Pinnacle, 1974), p. 36.
14. Gary Allen, The Rockefeller File (Seal Beach, California: ’76 Press, 1976), p. 23.
15. Ida Tarbell, “The Standard Oil Company,” in Earl Latham (ed.), John D. Rockefeller: Robber Baron or Industrial Statesman? (Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1949.), p. 33.
16. See, Appendix II, “The Evaluation of Information.”.
17. Tarbell, op. cit., p. 10.
18. Yergin, op. cit., p. 102.
19. Tarbell, op. cit., pp. 30-31.
20. Matthew Josephson , “The Robber Barons,” in Earl Latham (ed.), John D. Rockefeller: Robber Baron or Industrial Statesman? (Boston: D.C. Heath and Company, 1949.), p. 36.
21. Ibid., p. 40.
22. Ferdinand Lundberg, The Rockefeller Syndrome (New York: Zebra Books, 1976), pp. 134-135.
23. Michael Krieger, “It’s Not Just Spying – How the NSA Has Turned Into a Giant Profit Center for Corrupt Insiders,” Liberty Blitzkrieg, October 21, 2014.