"We'll know our disinformation program is
complete when everything the American public believes is false."
William Joseph Casey, CIA
1984 William Joseph Casey,
CIA director and one of
"founders, long-time counsel, board member and largest stock holders," puts
pressure on ABC and all major
America news organizations to be more supportive of
Ronald Reagan's radical
right-wing privatization agenda.
William Joseph Casey asks
the FCC to revoke all of the
television and radio licenses of ABC in retaliation for the network's airing of
an ABC News report suggesting
that the CIA had attempted to assassinate an American citizen.
months later, Capital Cities buys ABC for $19.2 billion.
At the time William Casey owns 34,000 shares of
Capital Cities stock worth about $7 million.
Melvin Goodman, a top Soviet analyst at the agency,
reports that the "Evil Empire" is undergoing a severe economic and military
is pressured to revise his findings as William Casey wants to portray a Soviet
Union "10 feet tall" to justify bigger military budgets.
of State, George Shultz, put it more delicately in his memoirs:
under the direction of William Casey
were "distorted by strong views about policy."
Antonio Mendez, a retired
member of the CIA Office of Technical Services(OTS), wrote an article in
the Winter 1999/2000 issue of the CIA journal Studies in Intelligence,
where he documents his involvement in the rescuing of six Americans trapped in
Iran during the 1979-1981 hostage
Antonio Mendez and other operatives posed as a Canadian film
crew scouting locations near Tehran.
Although posing as Canadians, the
establishment of their false identities was done with
the complete coöperation
of Talmudwood, including the use of Columbia Studios for their "production
offices" and, as part of their disguise team, an award winning makeup artist
given the pseudonym of "Jerome Calloway", who was recently awarded the
Intelligence Medal of Merit.
In Antonio Mendez twenty page
article there is no mention of the uniqueness of Talmudwood - Central
Intelligence Agency collusion.
fact he mentions that his relationship with "Jerome" at the time was already
ten years in the making.
Upon a search of the webpage for the trade
paper Variety, the name Tony Mendez came up as a technical advisor for
the CBS drama, The
1999 CIA holds a lavish gala film
premier for In the Company of Spies, the first spy thriller ever to bear
the CIA stamp of approval even allowing the director to shoot inside the CIA's
Langley headquarters and provided 60 off duty employees to serve as
"Senior CIA officials realized several years back that assisting
sympathetic film makers and authors was one way the CIA could be more open and
accountable to the tax paying public without divulging operational
They even persuaded Chase Brandon, a veteran paramilitary
officer who has jumped out of airplanes for the CIA all over the world, to take
a job in the public affairs office as the CIA liaison to
Talmudwood in 1996." -
Bill Harlow, the CIA director of public affairs
This has proven most
effective, with scriptwriters even rewriting history to present an upbeat
portrait of the agency.
2001 Three new
television series The Agency, Alias, and 24 and seven
films including Bad Company, The Bourne Identity, and The Sum
of All Fears were made with the CIA approval.
Corporations are owned and operated by the CIA.
Air America is a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of the
Dulles, the director of the CIA, approved $1 million on April 4 to be used
"in any way that would bring about the fall of Mossadegh". The chief of the CIA
Near East and Africa division, Kermit Roosevelt, a grandson of
Theodore Roosevelt, arrived in Tehran to direct Operation Ajax. The house
of at least one prominent Muslim leader was bombed by CIA agents posing as
Policy Towards Iran
permanent leadership is needed in the form of a new Cabinet department that can
knock together heads to force integrated influence
activities - a Ministry of Propaganda."-
Walter Jajko, retired brigadier general Air Force, Institute of World
Politics, November 2005
paramilitary, known as PP or KUCAGE, operations differ from those of PI or CI
because they are action rather than collection activities.
operations should be invisible so that the target will be unaware of them.
Action operations, on the other
hand, always produce a visible effect.
PP operations are, of course,
risky because they nearly always mean intervention in the affairs of another
country with whom the US enjoys normal diplomatic relations.
sponsorship were found out
consequences could be serious.
This is in contrast to collection
operations, for if these are discovered foreign politicians are often prepared
to turn a blind eye - they are
a traditional part of every nation's intelligence activity.
Thus the cardinal rule in planning all PP
operations is 'plausible
denial', only possible if care has been taken in the first place to ensure
that someone other than the US government can be made to take the blame.
PP programs are to be found in almost every CIA station and emphasis on
the kinds of PP operations will depend very much on local conditions.
warfare includes propaganda (also known simply as 'media'), work in youth
and student organizations, work in labor organizations (trade unions, etc.),
work in professional and cultural groups and in political parties.
Paramilitary operations include infiltration into denied
economic warfare, personal
harassment, air and maritime support,
weaponry, training and
support for small armies.
The vehicles for grey and black
propaganda may be unaware of their CIA or US government sponsorship.
This is partly so that it can be more effective and partly to keep down
the number of people who know what is going on and thus to reduce
the danger of exposing true
businessmen and others may produce propaganda without necessarily knowing who
their masters are.
Some among them obviously will and so, in agency
terminology, there is a distinction between 'witting' and 'unwitting' agents.
In propaganda operations, as in all other PP activities, standard
agency security procedure forbids payment for services rendered to be made by a
CIA officer working under official cover (one posing as an official of the
State Department, for instance).
This is in
order to maintain 'plausible denial' and to minimize the danger of
embarrassment to the local embassy if anything is discovered by the local
Officers working under non-official cover may also handle
most of the contacts with the recruited agents in order to keep the officer
under official cover as protected as possible.
between the two kinds of officer will be secret.
The object of all this
is to protect the embassy and sometimes to make the propaganda agents believe
that they are being paid by private businesses.
Problems of communist
influence in one country can be made to appear of international concern in
others under the rubric of 'a threat to one is a threat to all'.
For example, the CIA station in
Caracas can cable information on a secret communist plot in Venezuela to the
Bogota station which can 'surface' through a local propaganda agent with
attribution to an unidentified Venezuelan government official.
information can then be picked up from the Colombian press and relayed to CTA
stations in Quito, Lima, La Paz, Santiago and
A few days
later editorials begin to appear in the newspapers of these places and pressure
mounts on the Venezuelan government to take repressive action against
There are obviously hosts of other uses to which
propaganda, both black and grey, can be put, using
wall-painting, handbills, decals,
religious sermons and
political speeches as
well as the daily press.
In countries where
handbills or wall-painting are important media, stations are expected to
maintain clandestine printing and distribution facilities as well as teams of
agents who paint slogans on walls.
In order to obtain political
intelligence as well as to develop relationships with potential
political-action agents, most stations have continuing programs for cultivating
local politicians from opposition as well as from government
Making acquaintances in local politics is not usually difficult
because CTA officers under diplomatic cover in embassies have natural access to
their targets through cocktail parties, receptions, clubs and other mechanisms
that bring them together with people of interest.
Department Foreign Service Officers and Ambassadors as well may also facilitate
the expansion of station political contacts through arranging introductions.
When a local political contact is assessed favorably for station goals,
security clearance and operational approval is obtained from headquarters, and
the station officer in contact with the target begins to provide financial
support for political campaigns or for the promotion of the target's political
group or party.
The target will use some of the money for personal
expenses thereby developing a
dependency on the station as a source of income.
Eventually, if all
goes well, the local politician will report confidential information on his own
party and on his government, if he has a government post, and he will respond
to reasonable station direction regarding the communist question.
final arbiters of political conflicts in so many countries, military leaders
are major targets for recruitment.
They are contacted by station
officers in a variety of ways, sometimes simply through straightforward
introduction by US military attaches or the personnel of US Military Assistance
Sometimes the liaison developed between the Agency and local
intelligence services can be used for making these contacts.
officers can make contact with those military officers of other countries who
come to the US for training.
As in the case of politicians, most Agency
stations have a continual program for the development of local military
leaders, both for the collection of intelligence and for possible use in
Politicians working for the Agency are expected to
take an active part in working for expulsion of 'undesirables'.
the Soviet Union tries to extend its diplomatic or commercial activities,
politicians are expected to use influence to oppose such moves.
They are also expected to take a hard line against their own nationals
engaged in left-wing or communist activities.
In the last of these
instances success means the proscription of the parties, the arrest or exile of
their leaders, the closure of their offices, publications and bookstores, the
prohibition of their demonstrators, etc.
Such large-scale programs call
for action both by anticommunist movements and by national governments - where
possible the Agency likes to use the same political action agents for both
It is not just a matter of financing and guiding local
In situations regarded as
dangerous to the US, the Agency will conduct national election operations
though the medium of an entire political party.
It will finance
candidates who are both 'witting' and 'unwitting'.
multi-million-dollar operations may begin a year or more before an election is
due and will include massive propaganda and public-relations campaigns, the
building of numerous front organizations and funding mechanisms (often resident
US businessmen), regular polls of voters, the formation of 'goon-squads' to
intimidate the opposition, and the staging of provocations and the circulation
of rumors designed to discredit undesirable candidates.
Funds are also available for
buying votes and vote counters as well.
If a situation can be more
effectively retrieved for US interests by unconstitutional methods or by coup
d'etat, that too may be attempted.
Although the Agency usually plays the
anti-communist card in order to foster a coup, gold bars and sacks of currency
are often equally effective.
In some cases a timely bombing by a
station agent, followed by mass demonstrations and finally by intervention by
military leaders in the name of the restoration of order and national unity, is
a useful course.
Agency political operations were
largely responsible for coups after this
pattern in Iran in 1953 and in the Sudan in 1958.
infiltration team may perform sabotage through the placing of incendiary
devices or explosives at a target-site timed to go off days, weeks or even
Sabotage weapons include
gasoline contaminates for
stopping vehicles, contaminates for jamming printing-presses, limpets for
sinking ships, explosive and incendiary compounds that can be molded and
painted to look like bread,
lamps, dolls or stones.
sabotage instructors, or 'burn and blow boys', have staged impressive
demonstrations of their capabilities, some of which are ingeniously designed so
as to leave little trace of a cause.
The Economic Warfare Section of
the PP staff is a sub-section under Paramilitary Operations because its
includes the sabotage of key
economic activities in a target country and the denial of critical imports.
Contamination of an export agricultural product or associated material
(such as sacks destined for the export of Cuban sugar), or fouling the bearings
of tractors, trucks or buses destined for a target country may be undertaken if
other efforts to impede undesired trade fail.
Economic Warfare is undertaken in order to aggravate economic conditions in a
target country, these operations include in addition to sabotage, the use of
propaganda, labour, youth, student and other mass organizations under CIA
control to restrict trade by a friendly country of items needed in the target
economy US companies can also be called upon to restrict supply of selected
products voluntarily, but local station political-action assets are usually
more effective for this purpose.
Although the Air and Maritime
Support section of the staff supervises
standing Agency operations
to supply insurgents (Air America and Civil Air Transport in the Far East,
for example) additional resources such as aircraft can be obtained from the
These operations include:
Guatemalan invasion in 1954;
Tibetan résistance against
the Chinese in 1958;
rebellion against the Soekarno
government in Indonesia in 1957;
training and support of irregular
forces in South Vietnam and
sabotage and paramilitary operations against the Castro's Cuba.
drops as part of the propaganda aspect of paramilitary operations are also
arranged through the Air and Maritime Support section.
related to paramilitary operations are the disruptive activities.
Through organization and support of 'goon squads' composed of off-duty
policemen or militant sections of friendly political parties, stations attempt
to intimidate leftists by breaking up their meetings and demonstrations.
The Technical Services staff of the DDP makes a variety of weapons and
devices for these purposes.
Horrible smelling liquids in small glass
vials hurled into meeting halls.
A fine clear powder can be sprinkled in a meeting-place becoming
invisible after settling but having the effect of tear-gas when stirred up by
the later movement of people.
An incendiary powder can be moulded
around prepared tablets and when ignited the combination produces ample
quantities of smoke that attacks the eyes and
respiratory system much more strongly than ordinary tear-gas.
tasteless substance can be introduced to food.
A few small drops of a clear liquid
stimulates relaxed, uninhibited talk.
Invisible itching powder can
be placed on steering wheels or toilet seats, and a slight smear of invisible
ointment causes a serious burn to skin on contact.
Chemicals can be added to tobacco
to producing respiratory ailments.
foundations or companies are used for funding they may be chartered in the US
or in countries such as Lichtenstein, the
Panama, where commercial secrecy is
protected and governmental controls are minimal.
Secret CIA operations
constitute the usually unseen efforts to shore up unjust, unpopular, minority
governments, always with the hope that overt military intervention (as in
Vietnam and the Dominican Republic) will not be necessary.
successful CIA operations are, the more remote overt intervention becomes - the
more remote become reforms." -
Burnett Franklin Agee
"I was assigned a managerial
position in the covert Angola
Under the leadership of the CIA director we lied to
Congress and to the 40 Committee, which supervised the Angola program.
into joint activities with South Africa.
We actively propagandized
the American public,
Americans, misguided by our agents' propaganda, went to
fight in Angola in suicidal
Case officers are almost entirely dependent on inside
material for knowledge of their areas of operation, perpetuating biases and
It is exceedingly rare that officers,
including even the analysts of the Directorate of Information, will read the
books and articles which the academic world publishes about their areas of
Case officers maintain secret liaison with local security
Stations are universally part of the official communities of
the host countries.
officers live comfortable lives among the economic elite; even "outside" or
"deep cover" case officers are part of that elite.
They become conditioned to the
mentality of the authoritarian figures,
the police chiefs, with whom they
work and socialize, and eventually share their
revolutionaries who threaten the
On March 15,
1961, FNLA guerrillas mounted
an attack across the Congo border along a 400-mile front, killing African and
Portuguese men, women, and children alike.
Portuguese air force planes
immediately brought in military reinforcements using NATO arms intended for the
defense of the North Atlantic area, and began striking back with indiscriminate
wrath, even bombing and strafing areas that had not been affected by the
Portuguese police seized nationalists,
Protestants, communists, and systematically eliminated black leaders by
South African planes and trucks turned up throughout
Angola with just the gasoline or
ammunition needed for an impending operation.
On October two South
African C-l30 airplanes, met a CIA C-141 flight and whisk its load of arms down
to Silva Porto.
CIA officers and BOSS representatives met the planes at
Ndjili and jointly supervised the transloading.
40 Committee papers for
Angolan operation, did not list a peaceful option, although the State
Department African Affairs Bureau and the US consul general in Luanda had
firmly recommended noninvolvement.
"At the end of
World War II, we were militarily dominant, economically dominant, and we
enjoyed remarkable international credibility.
With a modicum of
restraint and self-confidence we
could have laid the foundations of
lasting world peace.
Instead we exaggerated the
challenge of a Soviet Union which had just lost 70,000 villages, 17l0
towns, 4.7 million houses, and 20 million people.
We set its
dread KGB as a model for
our own alter ego in foreign
In the words of the
Hoover Commission report of 1954:
There are no rules in such a
Hitherto acceptable norms of
human conduct do not apply.
American concepts of "fair
play" must be reconsidered.
We must develop effective
We must learn to subvert,
sabotage and destroy our
enemies by more clever, more sophisticated and more effective methods than
those used against us.
become necessary that the American people be acquainted with, understand
and support this fundamentally
Cast as super-patriots, there were
no rules, no controls,
no laws, no
and no civil rights for the game-players.
No individual in the world is immune to their
depredations, friends could be
shafted and enemies destroyed, without compunction.
any secret police, they became abusive.
drugged American citizens;
opened private mail;
media with propaganda and misinformation;
lied to our elected
set themselves above the law and the Constitution."
- John Stockwell
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