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  • Some New Developments in the Spy Business. The CIA Is in the News but Not for the Right Reasons By Philip Giraldi, Global Research, August 08, 2023

  • A Counterintelilgence Reader, Volume 3 Chapter 2: Counterintelligence in the Turbulent 1960s and 1970s — [Requires PDF Software]

    Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or “Cocaine Importing Agency” or Criminals in Action

    What is the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)? What is that “intelligence” that they are referring to? What do they do? What is their mission? Is there any true “congressional oversight”? If so, how much or how little? Is this oversight effective? If there is not true congressional oversight, why not? Where can I find other information about the CIA? The CIA has their own Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) page where you can search and/or request information from their records. The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) has a site dedicated to the CIA. You can check out various records of the Central Intelligence Agency. As well, there is The CIAs Greatest Hits by Mark Zapezauer and CIA Diary: Inside the Company by Philip Agee. You can find out information about the various covert activities of the CIA, FBI, and NSA. Do you notice that there seems to be some disagreement or contradictions about what the CIA, FBI, NSA, or any other entity says and what they REALLY do?

    Here is an excerpt from the CIA’s A Study Of Assassination:
    “CLASSIFICATIONS: The techniques employed will vary according to whether the subject is unaware of his danger, aware but unguarded, or guarded. They will also be affected by whether or not the assassin is to be killed with the subject hereafter, assassinations in which the subject is unaware will be termed “simple”; those where the subject is aware but unguarded will be termed “chase”; those where the victim is guarded will be termed “guarded.”

    If the assassin is to die with the subject, the act will be called “lost.” If the assassin is to escape, the adjective will be “safe.” It should be noted that no compromises should exist here. The assassin must not fall alive into enemy hands.

    A further type division is caused by the need to conceal the fact that the subject was actually the victim of assassination, rather than an accident or natural causes. If such concealment is desirable the operation will be called “secret”;; if concealment is immaterial, the act will be called “open”; while if the assassination requires publicity to be effective it will be termed “terroristic.”

    Following these definitions, the assassination of Julius Caesar was safe, simple, and terroristic, while that of Huey Long was lost, guarded and open. Obviously, successful secret assassinations are not recorded as assassination at all. [Illeg] of Thailand and Augustus Caesar may have been the victims of safe, guarded and secret assassination. Chase assassinations usually involve clandestine agents or members of criminal organizations.”


    What is ha-Mossad le-Modiin ule-Tafkidim Meyuhadim {Mossad: The Institute for Intelligence and Special Tasks]? What do the people in that agency do?

    National Security Agency (NSA)

    What is The National Security Agency? What do the people there do? Have they been secret? If so, why? For how long? What prompted them to disclose their existence?

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