5 People You Won't Believe Worked For the CIA

10/11/201750 Comments

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When you think of a CIA agent, you probably think of the Hollywood stereotypes: a tall, athletic man in a black suit with dark sunglasses, walking around with one hand on his gun and the other on his ear piece.

But that's stupid. Spies are meant to blend in, not stick out, and the best spies are the ones you're least likely to expect. So I bet you never knew these people were secretly working for the CIA.

1 - Julia Child

When you think Julia Child, you probably think "soufflé" before you think "spy." But you'd be wrong.

Julia McWilliams was an advertising copy writer for a New York City furniture store when Pearl Harbor changed her life. Wanting to join the war effort, she applied to the Office of Strategic Services, the forerunner of today's CIA, and started work as a research assistant directly under OSS Director William "Wild Bill" Donovan.

From there her career took several surprising turns. She helped develop a shark repellent to coat marine explosives for the U-boat warfare effort. She spent time in Ceylon helping to coordinate the invasion of the Malay Peninsula. She ran the OSS Registry in China during the final crucial months of the war in the Pacific.

She also met her husband, Paul Child, who was also working for the OSS, and the two were married in 1946. He joined the US Information Agency and was assigned to Paris in 1948 where Julia studied French cooking at one of France's most prestigious cooking schools, Le Cordon Bleu. And the rest as they say, is history. The officially-sanctioned history with all the spy bits left out, that is. Julia's role in the OSS wasn't declassified for over 50 years.

 2 - Arthur Sulzberger

As publisher of The New York Times, Arthur Sulzberger Sr. was one of the most influential men in the news media from the early 1960s to the late 1990s. And he worked hand in hand with the CIA.

The connection was first uncovered by Ramparts Magazine in 1966, investigated by Congress in the mid-70s and documented in detail by Carl Bernstein in his landmark 1977 Rolling Stone article, "The CIA and the Media." In the report, Bernstein identifies Sulzberger (along with Henry Luce of Time Inc., William Paley of CBS and numerous other mass media organizations) as working directly and knowingly with the CIA to help the agency achieve its propaganda objectives. There were ten CIA operatives working at the New York Times in the 50s and 60s alone.

The CIA's drive to infiltrate the news media was codenamed "Operation Mockingbird" and included everything from Sulzberger's New York Times and Paley's CBS down to AP, Newsweek, Reuters and even the Louisville Courier-Journal. The program formally came to an end in February 1976 when then-Director George. H.W. Bush created a new agency policy promising that the CIA would never again contract with any accredited U.S. news service, newspaper, radio station, television network or journalist. Because we all know the CIA would never lie about something like that, right?

3 - Jackson Pollock

Do you ever get the feeling that modern art can only exist because it's being funded by the CIA in a vast conspiracy to confuse and disorient the public? Because if you do, you'd be exactly right.

At least, such was the case throughout much of the 50s and 60s. In 1950, Tom Braden set up the CIA's International Organizations Division specifically to pay for such diverse artistic endeavors as the touring program of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the animation of George Orwell's Animal Farm (complete with an altered ending that made it more palatable for American propaganda purposes). As we now know (thanks to the 1995 admission of former case officer Donald Jameson) they also funded abstract expressionist painters, from Jackson Pollack to Mark Rothko to Willem de Kooning.

So why would the CIA be interested in promoting an artist who hung paint cans upside down and let them drizzle on to the canvas randomly? The official explanation is that it was all part of a cunning plan to convince the Soviets of the vibrant creativity of American culture...Or something like that. Given that it probably just made the Russkies cock an eyebrow or laugh at American silliness, one has to wonder what the real purpose of the program was. Especially when it's discovered that other counter-cultural movements of the period were funded by the Agency, it would seem that the program was aimed more at demoralizing America itself than in scoring cultural points in the Cold War.

4 - Ken Kesey

Speaking of CIA-funded cultural movements, it turns out the 1960s drug culture was helped along by everyone's favourite spy agency.

In 1959, Ken Kesey, Alan Ginsberg and 140 other young men and women volunteered to take part in an experiment at Stanford University. The experiment, run by two researchers who were secretly working for the CIA, involved giving the subjects their first hit of LSD. Five years later, Kesey was "Captain Flag" of the "Merry Panksters" taking their Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test across the country and Ginsberg was spearheading the budding counterculture movement along with fellow suspected CIA operative, Timothy Leary.

But Kesey and Ginsberg weren't the only 60s counterculture icons to be under the influence of the CIA. Others who have been confirmed to have been CIA funded include feminist movement leader Gloria Steinem. Even Gordon Wasson's research into magic mushrooms (introduced to the public via CIA associate Henry Luce's Life magazine) was funded by the CIA as part of their MKUltra mind control program.

5 - Ahmed Wali Karzai

In 2013 the then-President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzei, admitted that the CIA deliver bags of cash directly to his office as part of an ongoing campaign to control the Afghan government. But if you think that openly bribing the president of a foreign country is something, wait until you get a load of this: In 2009 it was revealed that the CIA was also openly bribing his drug dealing brother.

Ahmed Wali Karzai, brother of President Hamid Karzai, was a powerful politician in Afghanistan's Kandahar province who functioned much like every other warlord in the war-ravaged country; namely, using his government position to protect his business. And do you want to guess what that business was? If you guessed heroin and opium, you'd be correct!

So yes, the CIA was not only openly bribing the president of a foreign country, but his drug-dealing brother, too! Given the long history of the CIA's drug running with Air America, their participation in Iran-Contra, their association with Pablo Escobar and dozens of other stories, is this really a surprise?


This list just scratches the surface of the CIA's reach, of course, but it should at least give you pause for thought. Not all CIA agents, operatives, associates and useful idiots look like Jason Bourne or Jack Ryan.

But all of this is ancient history now. The real question is who is secretly working for the CIA today?

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  1. martin.hill says:

    Part of the brilliance of your work is the insertion of “one liners” from mainstream media interspersed between the points you are making. Do those one liners solely come from your memory’s hoard, or is there an on-line data base you glean from? Any way – I’m glad your work “happened” to me – carry on!

  2. ztaco says:

    The “revealed” hyperlink leads to nothing.

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for pointing that out. The link has been corrected.

    • VoltaicDude says:

      Funnily enough the hyperlink leads to a 2006 NYT’s article: “Brother of Afghan Leader Said to be Paid by CIA”

      Many people hear “this type” of Corbett Report – a story of all the hidden social controls forced on us – and simply want to turn it off and ignore it.

      It makes them feel socially dizzy and politically paralyzed – they panic: “if you accept this premise, how can you trust any NYT’s article?”

      They sense it as nihilism, but it does not have to be.

      They often compensate their anxiety with compulsively mindless and myopic pursuits of art, or sports, or politics, or some sort of identity-defining association to help them stay in a blissfully deluded stupor about the many scary aspects of our greater globalist lives – but such pursuits do not have to be mindless.

      They are stupid, if stupid means unable to learn, but not inherently stupid.

      They are programmed largely by fear and negative reinforcement to have phobic reactions to matter-of-factly “paying attention.”

      Some people do the opposite – they react more like, “wow, I need to explore this more closely because it’s too critical to just ignore” (naïve?).

      These pursue the subject dispassionately (even when it’s sometimes shocking) and regardless of the social repercussions – and there can be many, COINTELPRO is alive and well regardless of official statements to the contrary.

      This second “way” may seem reckless and unpleasant to the staunchly unaware, but not in contrast to their obtuseness if one understands that in itself to be a risky, addictive and phobic avoidance of “being aware.”

      “Thou shalt not be aware – or else!” It’s a compelling argument for many, but not for all of us.

      Specifically regarding the people highlighted here: Child; Sulzberger; Karzai were obviously aware of their involvement, within different contexts and with different intentions, even if not wholly enlightened.

      Pollack, Kesey, Ginsberg, and Leary were probably not consciously in pursuit of the CIA’s agenda, and either way they probably influenced culture in a contrary fashion to a greater degree.

      The CIA does not equal God, formidable foes to justice and peace as they may be.

      Also LSD probably backfired on “the program.” It had a contrary effect overall on the attempt to control its users.

      It’s not called a “mind-expanding” drug for nothing.

      Sometimes that might lead to outright derangement (a risk?), but definitely not always, probably not usually, and perhaps it even saved some people from becoming good little Nazis.

      Likewise, our everyday run-of-the-mill social programming IS powerful, and often requires a proportional counteractive.

      The real point is that the CIA is going to be anywhere the action is.

      Women are oppressed – “let’s pervert their liberation movement.”

      Black people are oppressed – “let’s pervert their liberation movement.”

      Gay people are oppressed – “let’s pervert their liberation movement.”

      Third-world countries are oppressed – “let’s pervert their liberation movements.”

      They purposely make it a “complex question” – are you for or against the liberation of oppressed people?

  3. manbearpig says:

    The question is…


    …who works for the…




    • ccuthbert2001 says:

      The heads of the SIX media giants, everyone who’s anyone in Europe’s media (as revealed in Journalists for Hire: How the CIA Buys the News by Ulfkotte Ph.D Ph.D., who was murdered and the book has been “delayed” in it’s English version for the US), wall street stock hawkers, everyone in hollywood and SillyCon Valley (you don’t really believe the idiotic bs from Elon Musk, do you?) and most CEOs of the sp500.

      Just a start…

      • manbearpig says:

        Ja, ja, danke schön ccuthbert2001! I showed Ulfkotte’s RT interview about the manipulation of journalists by secret services to mein journalism students im Januar of this year (2017) one week after his death rest his soul…


        • Mielia says:

          No, he was a Nazi and a conspiracy theorist – as writer (and publisher or something of) for the Kopp Verlag.
          At least that’s the opinion of him in Germany everywhere. (Apparently not so outside of Germany.)

          • manbearpig says:

            “A nazi and conspiracy theorist…” hmmmmm

            Curios dichotomy…

            and it certainly is interesting to see the highly contrasting versions of who this man was when you look at the French Wikipedia page and when you look at the English-speaking one…

            The latter insists on his right-wing islamophobic activities whereas the French page notes his denunciation of the Metsada branch of the Mossad:

            “…Dans son livre La guerre de l’ombre, la vraie puissance des services secrets, il donne les détails des opérations de deux unités du Mossad israélien : le Metsada, spécialisé dans le sabotage, incluant attaques terroristes et assassinats commis sous de « fausses bannières », et le LAP (Lohamah Psichlogit) qui œuvrerait dans la guerre psychologique….”

            Rough translation:

            “…In his book “journalists for hire” he gives the details of the operations of 2 Israeli Mossad units: the Metsada, specialized in sabotage including false Flag terrorist attacks and assassinations and psychological operations…”

            Globalresearch.ca has the following July 31st, 2017 article about him:

            English Translation of Udo Ulfkotte’s “Bought Journalists” Suppressed?


            What could account for these conflicting versions of who he was…? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm…

            perhaps he was a little of both…?

          • Richard Ran says:

            Hi Mielia,

            Can you perhaps point me to some German opinion pieces about this man being a nazi? No problem if it’s in German. Thnx.

            Kind regs from Amsterdam,

          • manbearpig says:

            Well, having taken an extra moment to examine the French wikipedia page, nowhere do they indicate that Udo Ulfkotte was a nazi or conspiracy theorist.

            A “christian” or “a whistleblower” was the worst they could come up with…

            who suggested the Israeli secret services might’ve had something to do with the 2005 riots in Paris and the election of Nicholas Sarkozy.

            Sort of like the Voltaire.net who also found something strange about the election of Nicholas Sarkozy whose brother is the financial director of the Carlyle Group…in the article:

            “…Operation Sarkozy : how the CIA placed one of its agents at the presidency of the French Republic…”
            by Thierry Meyssan



      • mkey says:

        Weren’t there five companies, one of which was consumed by one of the others, leaving only four of them, controlling all the MSM? There was an infographic somewhere, but I can’t find it.

  4. Make it a series!

    It could have been at least 10 to include more details on Anderson Cooper, Gloria Steinem, and Timothy Leary, for the newbie normies (as our circles may already know that). The Laurel Canyon 60s classic rock scene and Hollywood too. And that wacky Vegas shooting incident.

    Part of Julia Child’s job was to introduce foreign/exotic cuisine to re-unify Europe and the west after WWII as domestic cultural reintroduction propaganda so we could all be friends again and to easier dominate them and their neighbors. I _think_ I heard this in these Tim Kelly & Joe Atwill “Powers & Principalities” conversations: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvg8eyC7StzTDikjUhvccZJly9kCJ3u3B

    Abstract art has been supported by elites, not only to confuse people, but also to depoliticize and neuter art from any meaningful activist impact. Howard Zinn

    Love the humour !

    • Not a direct quote by Howard Zinn, but it was certainly a sentiment he frequently shared.
      (I ran out of time to re-edit.)

      I’d love this as a series to bring much needed transparency to the evil empire.

  5. blakeslee says:

    James do you have a suggestion on where to look next for more people? Is there a good book or documentary that you know?

    • wingsuitfreak says:

      I seem to remember that we had a CIA agent in Greece who became their president in 1948. We’ve got more fingers in pies around the world than we can pay attention to. There was the CIA testimony which basically said that anyone of importance in the media was an asset. With all these well-placed agents and assets, you’d think they would be just a little less incompetent; but no….. During the trial of the CIA agents in Italy, they were revealed to be nothing but hacks. The only reason they get away with anything at all is because they control all the chokepoints. Media, courts, governments, the places that hate the people help the CIA.

    • Mielia says:

      Councel on Foreign Relations :D.
      e.g.: https://www.cfr.org/experts/michael-p-dempsey

      Maybe in birth registers if you are American. I find it annoying how few sources you often find on people in important positions regarding their family relationships and their CV. It is their good right to protect their privacy but it makes it much more difficult to research their connections (and thus possible degree of “evilness”).

      Sorry, I don’t have a real good answer.

  6. calibrator says:

    As the CIA is of course doing much “work” on foreign shores nobody will be surprised about these people getting influenced:

    – Willy Brandt
    The former German chancellor – who in 1970 knelt in Warsaw at the grave of the unknown soldier (a sensation back then) and was the one major Western European factor to turn the politics regarding the Eastern Bloc into a more friendly climate.
    After fleeing Germany in 1933 he allegedly became an OSS asset in Norway during WW2 and after that one of the CIA. Carl Bernstein writes about the meeting in late March 1976 with director Bush this (linked in James’ article):
    “Seymour Bolten, a high‑level CIA operative who for years had been a station chief in Germany and Willy Brandt’s case officer.”

    One has to ask who really was pushing for making peace with the “commies”? Brandt or the intelligence agency of the oligarchs – which more or less did what David Rockefeller was all about more or less behind the curtains: Globalism and making deals everywhere including Russia and China?
    Collusion much?

    – Otto Schulmeister
    The Operation Mockingbird wasn’t restricted to the USA or English-speaking countries: In the early 60ies the CIA worked intensively with Otto Schulmeister, the chief editor of the Austrian newspaper “Presse”, which was one of the biggest and oldest newspapers of the country at the time.
    Schulmeister was so pro-US that he designed his editorials after the wishes of the CIA, suppressed US-critical stories and gave the CIA infos he could get from “background talks” with Austrian politicians and Eastern Bloc diplomats.
    His code name was GRCAMERA and he was often ahead of the CIA’s wishes – at one time he even demanded from the CIA to “get the New York Times in line” to comply with US interests in Congo in the mid-60ies.
    In 2009 it was finally revealed that he worked for the CIA and but it gets even better:
    The former owner of the newspaper “Presse”, publisher Fritz Molden, was one of the son-in-laws of nobody else than Allen Dulles (he married his daughter Joan in 1948)!

    German language links as I could find no good ones in English:

    Today the CIA may not directly influence European editors anymore but of course there are other means: The transatlantic organizations that directly connect to the CFR, the Bilderbergs and the Trilateral Commission like for example the US-German “Atlantik-Brücke” (“atlantic bridge”) – co-founded by none other than John J. McCloy and banker Eric M. Warburg…

    Also see here for some nice diagrams connecting these clubs with domestic, German and Swiss media people and organizations:

  7. artemis says:

    Hmmmm, such an entertaining question! I have always thought Surely George Clooney was CIA, Prolly…. Elon Musk, Marilyn Manson, Lady Gaga, Ben Aflec for SURE, Will Farrel surely, TONS of Hollywood directors…..but perhaps i am just listing people i do not like…..Tons of “reporters” on the MSM…..
    We should write them all down, then open the envelope in 10 years to see how well we did……

  8. brian.s says:

    Yes it was infotaining and that is to say enjoyed. But I feel there are qualifications as to the narrative identity people operated from/within under the distortion of war, threat and so forth. It used to be almost unquestionable for people to feel privileged to serve their country and the ‘need to know’ basis means that the cog does not have the same worldview as those who use the cog and align it with other cogs.

    BTW I had a moment of imagining you taking off a false glasses and beard mask at the end to reveal the same beneath.

    Is Intelligence centralized or is that a mythic narrative to which we give worth-ship? The uni-polar ‘dominance’ would be game over – because intelligence or consciousness arises in relationship – which by definition is multipolar. A true transcendence embraces polarities rather than eradicating all others. So I see the power game as a fantasy enactment or ‘creation’ in which disempowerment increasingly advances as the relational connections are substituted for with ‘rule-based controls or technocracy.

    Anyone focused in conflict is working for the CIA – knowingly of not, because fear shuts down everything else to react accordingly – but instead of releasing, it is locked in like a broken record.

    I felt that Curtis’s documentary exposition of the CIA becoming possessed of a fearful imagination and using that as a basis to then perpetrate the evils they feared was a good example of becoming the thing you hate. No other power could have done to USA what it has done to itself – but others may have ‘helped’ it to do so. Denied or unresolved fears are an open door for deceit to work through.
    I have to say the power of deceit has done an incredible job in completely checkmating what we took to be our consciousness – but is it Job done for? or is there an open channel that doesn’t fold or take the bait?

  9. Mark44 says:

    James I would like to make a suggestion for one of your future video productions:

    ‘Big Media’

    After giving thought to what we can and can’t do to bring about change for the betterment of society, I have come to the conclusion that the media today, more specifically the MSM, determines our fate.

    Whether it’s a revolutionary discovery, the latest mass murder,
    the drumming up of public support for ‘the next war’,
    the future of ‘electric this or that’, the MSM is in total control of the narrative/truth, damage control and what will/won’t occur subsequently.

    [An example: once a fraud/false flag/hoax attack is committed, if the MSM does not call it out in the first week after occurring, it’s almost always done deal.]

    So a story on who controls ‘Big Media’, their exact power, their exquisite effect on controlling the masses, can their stranglehold on us ever be terminated etc…?

  10. wall says:

    Corbett, this may be off topic, but why the hell is Trump being pushed as anti pedo? I mean, he hangs in Epstein’s island with the Clintons, he IS deep state. So…WTF!? Now he is our savior? *head explodes*

    • danmanultra says:

      Yes is No and Up is Down in the corrupt halls of corporate media and their puppet pals in DC. They are the same people telling us ISIS Iran is the greatest support of terrorism while America and Saudia Arabia fill the region with weapons and death. Trump was proclaimed a champion of the little man while being one of the richest men in the world. The media just lies straight to our faces in spite of all clear evidence. Maybe they are just telling people what they want to hear?

  11. PeaceFroggs says:

    “The real question is who is secretly working for the CIA today?”

    Well, let’s start a list

    I say Dennis Rodman is probably secretly working for the CIA today, with him traveling frequently to North Korea and all to meet is fat little buddy.

  12. paul.h says:

    The Ken Kesey CIA conflation is beneath you. Kesey and his gang did not like, or get along with the Leary crowd. Kesey was a truth warrior, not a CIA dupe.

  13. wingsuitfreak says:

    I laughed when I saw Julia Child on the list; though she was pretty impressive when you think about it. I’m just glad my old favorite; The Cajun Cook (a little wine for the food, a little for me!) was too drunk to make his interview at the CIA. As to who else? I’d say all of them.

  14. bangkokdon says:

    I pointed this video to my friend ZANE KESEY, Ken Kesey’s son and here was his response:

    Zane Kesey writes:

    Dad volunteered to be a guinea pig at the hospital in Stanford.
    The Hospital experiments were run by doctors (not agents).
    It was (much) later found that the CIA funded these experiments.
    Saying dad worked for the CIA is like saying the person who they bought coffee from was an agent. Ridiculous, and one of the reasons conspiracy nuts drive me crazy, they beleive anything said.

    Do you have any proof that Ken Kesey was a CIA operative other than the well know fact that he took part in the voluntary Stanford LSD Hospital experiments? Generally, I love your work James but this one kinda hits close to home and you may be off base.
    Don Bryant

    • VoltaicDude says:

      I’m inclined to believe in not just the sincerity of Zane Kesey’s comment, but its general accuracy regarding his father’s involvement.

      But there are also other aspects to this context on which Kesey’s remarks might be missing the point.

      “Doctor” and “CIA agent” (or more probably “asset”), are not necessarily mutually exclusive roles – in fact that’s pretty much the kind of association that makes the world go round in the way it does.

      Sometimes assets are even brought on board by either subtle or direct blackmail; sometimes a family history.

      An important point Zane makes is that: “It was (much) later found that the CIA funded these experiments.”

      Of, course that’s a generality – what did the specific operations actually look like? Remember, stealth is the operative word.

      And again, there’s nothing oxymoronic about a “barista CIA asset.” Assets and agents come in all sizes and shapes, from “short” to “grande” (“trenta” on the big side for cold drinks).

      Come to think of it that’s the main point of the video. One could label “them” shape-shifters (one often does!).

      Of equal importance though is Zane’s main point: just because there’s some sort of association, that doesn’t mean someone IS an agent or an asset or in some way contributing to the agenda, especially consciously and willfully.

      Some ID’s are matters of fact: Child, Sulzberger, Karzai – important (surprising) facts.

      But it’s more conducive to understanding the full breadth of the real-world workings of clandestine operations like these by recognizing that some people are followed and shadowed closely, but not actually consciously directly involved, and are often even totally against the very idea – which is what might even have helped prompt them becoming such targets.

      With the digitization of the records of everyday life, the opening of avenues between the various intelligence agencies with the Patriot Act, and the construction of the mega-leviathan NSA Utah Data Center, today’s surveillance, tracking and programming capacity for COINTELPRO blows anything the Stasi were ever capable of out of the water.

      • wingsuitfreak says:

        I agree. However, I would like to expand upon a point you made. When you said it was found out later that the whole shebang was funded by the CIA. The Dr. may not have ever known he had been involved in a CIA experiment. Most people who do become involved probably have no idea who they are involved with. We can see this in everyday crimes committed by one of their sister agencies; the FBI. How many times have we seen people set up by the FBI to commit crimes without ever knowing they were fulfilling an FBI agenda? Intelligence agencies are in the deceit business. They never announce their intentions if they can avoid it.

  15. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This caught my interest, because this first U.S. soil ISIS terrorist event happened about 4 miles from where I live.
    This was the “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas in May of 2015.

    During the shooting, a security guard was wounded. He is now suing the FBI for complicity. He has a good case. Even FBI Director James Comey is named for covering up the complicity.

    But…well…we know how these things go.

    One EXCERPT from a well written article by Rachel Blevins:
    …According to a report from CBS News, court records revealed that the FBI agent who was in the car directly behind Simpson and Soofi during the attack had “texted Simpson just weeks before with the message, ‘Tear up Texas,’” and he was even “taking pictures of the car about 30 seconds before the first shots were fired.” As soon as the suspects opened fire, the agent fled the scene….

    LINK to article and RT Video

  16. Octium says:

    It’s almost 40 years to the day where Mae Brussell names a few more CIA agents on her radio show…


    I really like the reason she gives to why she continues her research many years after the Kennedy assassination, when many people are asking her why she still bothers?

    Just as applicable to 9/11 today.

  17. Greg Bacon says:

    Why leave out the Dali Lama?

    Mainstream Media Confirm Dalai Lama is A CIA Asset

    WASHINGTON — For much of the 1960s, the CIA provided the Tibetan exile movement with $1.7 million a year for operations against China, including an annual subsidy of $180,000 for the Dalai Lama, according to newly released U.S. intelligence documents.


    • wingsuitfreak says:

      I forgot all about that revelation. Can’t believe that I had forgotten it. For much of my life, I have practiced buddhism from a philosophical perspective. While I still practice many buddhist meditative techniques, I moved on to stoicism some 20 years ago. Still, it was a shock for me when I learned of this. It was even more of a shock when I began looking into the practices of the regimes which claim to practice buddhism. Slavery in Tibet, genocides in various Indonesian countries, and the like. All the major religions are founded upon the principle of love; and all of them have been perverted beyond description. Like Bill Hicks once said; it’s just a choice between love and fear. I’m thinking humans aren’t very good at making even the simplest of choices. And people wonder why I doubt our place at the top of the pyramid.

    • Mielia says:

      The same page (geopolitics.co) is purporting the claim Hitler fled to Argentina, with ‘proof’ from these fbi files.
      However, what I found interesting, their appear other claims in articles that a long-term CIA agent (20+ years) grants those documents reliability.
      Yet I needed a German page to find out the name of this CIA conspiracy theorist (such labeled their).
      It is Robert Baer. That really bepuzzled me. Didn’t know that.
      https://www.corbettreport.com/911-suspects-robert-baer/ (remember his famous claim; and by whom he is named best officer: Seymour Hersh (our limited hangout: https://www.corbettreport.com/limited-hangout-why-the-osama-story-is-being-resurrected-now/))

      Ah, and this all started with a little research concerning “limited hangout”s on the corbettreport.com page after I got concerned if Holger Stark (Zeit, former Spiegel journalist, on the CfR pannel at least two times) may be an intelligence asset or at least a limited hangout (like probably Glenn Greenwald – will now browse articles on him ;-))?

  18. david b says:

    Kermit Roosevelt Jr, Grandson of Teddy Roosevelt was cia and worked a famous overthrow of a government. anyone know which without looking it up?

  19. Mielia says:

    old article but from time to time I remember it. As I’ve seen a German ‘Truther’ speak about Sean Penn maybe (or probably) being a CIA agent (process against El Chapo Guzman apparently started last week), I wanted to mention him here.
    Apparently there have been a few talks in that way about him two years ago on English and Spanish speaking channels too. But it seems to be not much. Maybe one is gonna hear more in the future in the light of that process.


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