The ‘Obvious’ Silence of the Times, China’s Pipelineistan War, Mujahedin’s Penetration of Tajikistan by Sibel Edmonds

by Sibel Edmonds
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Dandelion Salad
originally published by Boiling Frogs Post
17 October, 2010

The other day our friend Metem brought to my attention a story that had made it to the Project Censored list, ‘US Funds & Supports Taliban.’ Here are two excerpts from the introduction which are related to our coverage of the mysterious helicopter activities in northern Afghanistan.
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Confessions of a Covert Agent – Psychological Operations are my specialty

Dandelion Salad

Global Research, December 3, 2007
artofmentalwarfare.com – 2007-12-02

The author of the text below claims to be highly experienced in covert intelligence programmes and psychological operations – psyops. Interestingly, he charges that Robert Gates personally helped rig the presidential elections of 2000 and 2004 via massive computer fraud. Stating that this opinion is taken for granted throughout the US intelligence community, the author warns against future elections manipulated via computer fraud. He paints a vivid and disturbing picture of the levels of moral depravity now surging out of the Neocon volcano.

Worth reading and remembering.

Michael Carmichael
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With Release of “Family Jewels,” CIA Acknowledges Years of Assassination Plots, Coerced Drug Tests & Domestic Spying (link)

Democracy Now!
Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

With Release of “Family Jewels,” CIA Acknowledges Years of Assassination Plots, Coerced Drug Tests and Domestic Spying

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The CIA has released its so-called “family jewels” — nearly 700 pages of documents detailing some if its most infamous and illegal operations dating back to the 1950s. These include assassination plots against foreign leaders, drugs tests on unwitting citizens, wiretapping of U.S. journalists, spying on activists, opening mail, break-ins at the homes of ex-CIA employees and more. We speak with John Prados of the National Security Archive, an independent research institute that filed the original Freedom of Information Act request for the “family jewels” 15 years ago. [includes rush transcript – partial] Continue reading