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"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was an absolute mortal enemy of JFK hated the Kennedys hated the Kennedys. JFK was in the process of forcing him out. He was Running the CIA from his home. When the assassination occurred, and then who ends up on the Warren Commission. Allen Allen Dulles. Exactly, And, you know, you have to know that there's something is way off way off. And they get they get in. Something like that. To get away with it, And I don't think the CIA killed JFK. I really don't know who killed Jeff because there are a lot of people so many people with motives. It's one of these cases where you know it's like that 10 Little Indians. Agatha Christie's In the end, They all did it. Yeah, I'm still thinking the mob had a lot to do with it, but, uh, yeah, no handle. Well, that's certainly what Mark Shaw things. Yes. My mom had a lot to do with it. And the mob had a lot to do with what happened to Dorothy Kilgallen as well. And you know you can certainly understand it because Joe Kennedy was was a mob guy. He was very mobbed up and the mob Gave Kennedy the presidency of the United States and then him. He and his brother turned on. They gave him Illinois quickly. We're going to take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about government secrecy. These UFO's Are they hostel? I think not. But who knows? Will be back. Sign up now for Coast Zone are free email newsletter. Get it today at coast to coast am dot com. Okay, news on the hour hand, and when it breaks I'm Gina grad live from the camp. By 24 hour news room. More people in.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of the war and executing the war as quickly as possible and finishing it that way that's not satisfactory to a lot of people obviously I mean you could have bombed they train tracks directly and interrupted the flow of of Jews to the killing camps not just office there were three other major killing camp somewhere you know about a thousand concentration camps that were used for various purposes but you you you could well have tried to sabotage the transportation system to get that would you be used to get used to these camps that wasn't done that would be an entirely other book but we did find it we do talk about it hit ninety of these inter twined very interesting intriguing relationships between American and German businesses a lot of them in existence since the you know the close of World War one a lot of overlapping boards of directors just a lot of fascinating stuff which leads to all sorts of complicated decisions when it comes to how the end of the war you know whether to have a peaceful you know agrarian sort of post war Germany or industrial Germany in those are some of the issues and we we talk about that a little bit in the book because we speculate a little bit about whether Allen Dulles mark probably is heard of whether he played a role in making the deal with caller because making a deal with calmer obviously ended the war in one way rather than another all right mark great call thank you for bringing up those points dean congradulations on the heat **** it's a dark chapter to be sure had to be told and I'm glad it's it's finally out thank you so much for this thanks for having me on which I really appreciate it dean Reuter hidden not see the untold story of America's deal with the devil when we come back crop circle researcher Janet also bar joins me stay.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Cover. It's a cover to at times. Be a little selfish and cover to not do the things you've already committed to. And that is the other tricky part because it doesn't have to do so care to me. It's weaponized because if you say in self care there's no. I'm not allowed to be frustrated. I'm not allowed it to be mad. The response is like do you need to do all you know what I mean in. That is the part. That's really tough about it. So let's brainstorm some ways some past positive possible self-care okay stuff that's actual self care that is it like destructive Cost you a second mortgage choosing hobby having them out a lot. That a lot for you here in Los Angeles then. I'm had a hobby that you liked a friends of ours. Like Sara Schaefer D- crafts like knits and does really cool things. Yeah I don't know if that's like something you would enjoy but like something like that. Yeah no people. I play Games like board games. Is that people apple manipulate other people start. Colts that I think as you said a good soaking tub you know if you've got a tub you got self care do what I do. Sometimes if it's not a comic book than I'm reading like about the CIA and he's book choices literally for Hannukah. I got a nine hundred page book about. What is the name Allen Dulles all the dribbles chessboard? Call the Devil's chessboard. Allen Foster stor dollars who was the sociopath and kind of Nazi sympathizer who started the CIA and this is what he's soaking in the TUB reading. Can you imagine I would not call call that self care that is that is exactly leasing anxiety exactly getting together with friends or self care ear and having it be like a hangout where no one feels the need to entertain the other person. Yeah friends who replenish you. Two friends who who are stealing your energy energy thieves watching something that makes you laugh to watch murder like me in a way murder. Turn my brain off it's like you're watching a procedural procedural but find something that actually makes you laugh. That can lift the spirits playing music. If you can play an instrument. Thank God I love to sing. I've been singing all the songs from the sack lunch. Bunch so that really lifts up your spirit. Who Says I'm good at it? I just enjoy it. I think you have a great voice. Thank you so much as someone. That has an Indie rock void. It really enjoy yours so I don't know. Hopefully that was helpful. You guys just by thinking about this and he's been talking about this. gentrification of self care caught so heavy. Yeah I really appreciate your treatise indy. I love you coming to us with this thesis with this topic. And you and is lovers unpacking it if anyone an academia does want me to write a journal paper on the Gentrification of South Carolina quote touch with me at couples therapy pottage dot com. All right you guys. We will be right back with another hilarious set. Hello Friends Andy. Naomi from couples therapy here. I got to tell you something now for one anniversary for my parents I made them a book of Memories. Yes absolutely plots they loved it and and that's why I'm very excited that we're here today to talk about love book Love Book is custom. Made books you can do this for the people. You love honey for Christmas for Valentine's for anniversaries like you did andy for birthdays. Users can create characters that look just like themselves the person they're celebrating and you can add like personalized pages and images and text to create complete book and you can use all online with just a few clicks. Yeah I mean look. I'm not a book editor. I don't know how they out stuff..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The former that the then head of the CIA Allen Dulles for information about your clothes and he was point blank refused access to that information by by color. Tristen taken not what about Marilyn Monroe was or tie in there Michael well known Monroe as I'm sure many people are way too could have been a did have a relationship with president Kennedy and and Marilyn Monroe basically wrote about that relationship and the thing that Kennedy had showed her or told the during their relationship so he you for example told her that he traveled to a airforce base we got to see some of the remains of the Roswell craft and from IBM body and so he he told this time on the road and and Monroe after the relationship had ended in a fit of anger she was going to go public and was ready to give a press conference wish he would bring out the little red diary which which did exist I mean this this is something that research and have been looking for but they definitely wasn't are you wish he did record many things that happened between her and president Kennedy and ME please brother Robert Kennedy and and so she was going to come forward release the third party to the public and then she was assassinated on the Saturday night or Sunday morning..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Boy, do I hope someone somewhere is able to honor some real solid documents that tell that truth because I don't think the truth is is yet out there. I think the problem is there's so many different variants of speculation that it becomes difficult to. Discern. What is speculation, and what might have some legitimacy to it? That make sense any what surprised you most regarding your research. On surprise kill vanish on the nation team. What's the prize me with my own reaction to it? Because I. You know? Okay. Does he I teams fall under the rubric of let's call the president's third option. First option is diplomacy. The second option is military intervention. The third option is the CIA hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the CIA, and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in effect since nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act, and all of the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers history. Say, you know, the invasion of Guatemala when we turned our bans, and we took you know, we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or when Trujillo was. You know, Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the prime he was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual operations, you think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think I think you hit the nail on that? They do. I think the point is that exactly what they do. In other words, I write into prize vanish about how the CI. This was shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned with shocking. Right. So when the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now, they very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. We're still there. But before that six months before that the CIA paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's McMartin his version of the CIA, and how do I know this? Well, I interviewed Sam who was in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was gonna go in matter what. But the president gave the go-ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that the I was provoking his men in northern Iraq by near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us acetates on his name. Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his sons were butchers if they saw some Iraqi woman that was married they kill the woman's husband just to be able to go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran for years at our request. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him it was okay? What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, it's that is a great mystery. Because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially asset of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my oil whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be. And she basically said we're not going to get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away then they did. And then he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy unit was called up for I retired from the navy a once before we were signed with the general swertz Kopf to his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was in ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand. Three. What did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a Pulitzer prize and be widely. I mean really over that question. Because again, there's a situation that a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite added up. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there and the because you you you set it up perfectly which is what had he actually done that. Would he didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of al-qaeda he didn't support bin Laden at all. I I don't know what the guy did wrong. So why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the Bill except from he did do one thing. He wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different former currency for that. One of the more compelling arguments. I've heard and I have been as mistake. And there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a a friend of mine who's a who's a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to say, George I pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything wouldn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head too complicated. I mean, it was really, but I was just like, wow, my head could not handle the that the the rubric of that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which may be why we don't have that both Dory. Let's go to Greg New Jersey that Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead warning actually v great social commentator of the last seventy five years Noam Chomsky has been writing about that for fifty years for both Qaddafi and Mr. Hussein were overthrown by our corporate government because they were gonna go up the petro dollar that would have on rebel Wall Street and all types of stuff, but I just make one thing and asked to to to any if you look get the whole history of CIA goes back to the Dulles brothers. Good old Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by that, well, there's a lot of reasons that hate them. They will wear with a firm called Solomon Cromwell. Well, I work in Manhattan. These venerable old, you know, these guys represents a big time criminals. They essentially represented the chase Bank, which is dealing business with OSCE Germany all throughout the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms and always was more the worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I've asked any Cui Bono limb Latin who benefits by. Peasants here on America going to work everyday. It's the corporate, you know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think as Chomsky board out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to about a lot of warm force -ment here in the country as a cocaine importing agency because they are the ones I was letting all the stuff come in some of their buddies were profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph mcgehee famous agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murderer Inc for the fortune one hundred could you comment on that? Interesting. Written from that Zach cer-, let's say, right? So it and there's a lot of arguments. That support that. I don't write about that into prize killed on it because it's it's got its own story. And there's a great story a great book title is. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on about the dollars brothers Pacific. Like, I'll give you a little tangent story, which might be interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dallas's son was famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting with the young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allen Dulles junior, and he disappeared know people knew that he'd had his head wound Avenida, no one had ever heard of him. Well, I try him down. And I report this story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes. Of his life. Jeez. And so every he could remember impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty two and he had his head injury. And. The Dulles the father the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs sort of follow on the MTA alter and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of the psychiatrists that he hired for the try and treat it on. And so it as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by, you know, a drama in your own family life that can then become a national drama or national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allan dollars. The I director had that power. And it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles son and interviewing him, and what we talked about with his memory of ten min. Was the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, Charlie George extremism from being shown online. 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"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

15:16 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Boy, do I hope someone somewhere is able to first real solid documents that tell that truth because I don't think the truth is is yet out there. I think the problem is there's so many different variants of speculation that it becomes difficult to. Discern. What is speculation, and what might have some legitimacy to it? That makes sense any what surprised you most regarding your research. On size vanish on fascinating teams. What's the prize me with my own reaction to it? Because I. You know? Okay. The I team's fall under the rubric of what's called the president's third option. I auction is diplomacy. The second option is military intervention. The third option is the CIA hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the CIA, and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in affect into nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act, and all of the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers at history say, you know, the invasion of quantum Allah. When we turned our bans, and we took, you know, we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or winter hia was. You know, Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the prime me was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual operations. You would think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think I think you hit the nail on the head? I think they do. I think the point is. That's exactly what they do. In other words. Okay. I right into prize vanish about how the C I this is shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned shocking. Right. So when the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now is very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. And we're still there. But before that six months before that the CIA paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's Mukhbar at his version of and how do I know this? Well, I interviewed Sam who's in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was gonna go in no matter what. But the president gave the go-ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that the TI was provoking his men in northern Iraq by near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us to assassinate Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his sons were butchers. I mean, if they. I saw some Iraqi woman that was married. They kill the woman's husband just to be able to go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran for years at our big quest-. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him? It was okay. What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, it's that is a great mystery. Because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially assets of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my oil whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be in. She basically said we're not going to get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away and they did. And then he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy unit was called up for I had retired from the navy a once before we were signed with the general sward scarf to do his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was in ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand. Three. What did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a pulse or prize and be widely. I mean really for that question. Because again, there's a situation. That's a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite Atta. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there and the because you you you set it up perfectly which is what had he actually done that. He didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of al-qaeda he didn't support bin Laden at all. I I don't know what the guy did wrong. So why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the Bill except from he did do one thing. He wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different form of currency for that. One of the more compelling argument. I have heard and I have been mistake. I and there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a a friend of mine who's a was a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to say, George I pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything wouldn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head to complicated. I mean, it was brilliant. But I was just like, wow, my head could not handle the that the the rubric that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which may be why we don't have that full story. Go to Greg New Jersey. Then Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead warning actually v great social commentator of the last seventy five years. No Trump's gave has been writing about that for fifty years, both Qaddafi and Mr. Hussein overthrown by our corporate government because they were gonna go up the petro dollar that would have on rebelled, Wall Street and all types of stuff, but I just make one thing and asked to to to any if you look at the whole history of the CIA goes back to the Douglas brothers. Good old Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by that, well, there's a lot of reasons that hate them. They were wears a firm. Cold Sullivan Cromwell. Well, I work in Manhattan. These venerable old, you know, these guys represent the big time criminals. They essentially represented the chase Bank, which is dealing business with OSCE Germany, all about the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms and always was one of the worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I've asked any Cui Bono limb Latin who benefits by. Peasants here in America going to work everyday. It's the corporate, you know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think as Chomsky board out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to a lot of Warren force -ment here in the country as a cocaine importing agency because they are the ones that was reading all the stuff come in some of their buddies were profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph mcgehee stamos agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murder Inc. For the fortune one hundred could you comment on that? Interesting. Written from that vector. Let's say, right. So it and there's a lot of arguments. That support that. I don't write about that into prize kill vanish because it's it's got its own story. And there's a great story. There's a great book title is. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on that about the dog brothers Pacific. Like, I'll give you a little tangent story, which might be interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dallas's son was famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting with a young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allen Dulles junior. And he disappeared, you know, people knew that he'd had his head wound Avenida, no one had ever heard of him. Well, I try him down. And I report this story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes. Of his life. Jeez. And so every body could remember impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty two when he had his head injury. And. The Dulles the father the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs sort of follow on the ultra and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of the psychiatrists that he hired for to try and treat it on. And so it as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by, you know, a drama in your own family life that can then become a national drama or national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allan dollars. C I director had that power. And it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles, son and interviewing and what we talked about with his memory of ten min. That's the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, Charlie, George, okay. Yes. I ask about the space force that she has a a branch sort of like, you know, it has American brands landbranch and aviation brands. You know, the space force hardest battlezone as the actual magnetic spectrum. So I'm trying to operators CIA who the magnetic spectrum. Do you have any comment on that? Well, that's the most brilliant question. I've had all day because I had not even thought of that. And what, you know air brand maritime branch ground Brandon bass branch as you. Wow. I mean, we know about the space force, and I've written about the origins of the idea of weaponising space in my book area, fifty one when I wrote a lot about nuclear weapons 'cause we were setting off so many nuclear weapons in space. But my goodness. You have raised a really intriguing thing that I'm now going to obsessively think about which is what would that look like to have CI para-military guys up there 'cause I get this is what would be my guess total speculation, right? It would have something to do with being able to garner access to other countries satellites so it would be like a human version of an anti that light weapon or take them out. Yeah. Exactly taken out without looking like, we took them out. I mean, can you imagine if our satellites went down GPS has gone smart cell phones are gone. All that stuff on the kind of chaos the internet, in some cases, if it's not cable that maybe satellite. It would be if you're at everything relies all military technology now relies upon that technology. Let's go to Jim in Arizona. Welcome to the program. Hi, jim. Hey, George that. I could they have you with us. Go ahead. Jimmy. I hate to change the subject, but you got me thinking about the. The guy in Detroit. There was a disappeared. Jimmy Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa what I was a kid. They were building. I think I know where he's at. Where is he? Well, he's you know, he's dead highway there. Well, he could be he could be but save that for open lines next time if we can't because only got a minute left with anti, but there's another book for you any Jimmy Hoffa. Hey. Your show is full of great ideas. Well, and you're a great writer. How did you get involved in doing all these different topics? I mean, what led you into this direction? You all the past five books. I've written do all link. You know, see I had to gone sort of military industrial. It's like a puzzle and you each book as a piece. Yes, it is. And I I love I love reporting books so much. It's really where my heart and soul is because it's the people that make my books. Interesting the people I interview what's your next project? Does he George, you know, don't hold secrets from me? You'll be the first know how about that. That's fair. When might had come out. I write a book every two years. So I'll talk into year. Okay. All right. You got it. You know, stay stay healthy and stay happy. Okay. Thank you so much for having me. Okay. Any anti Jacob center website. Of course, linked up at coast to coast, AM dot com. It's name any Jacobson dot com. The latest book we're talking about tonight has been surprised kill vanish.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We're going to go back to Thomas LA Hoya to finish his thoughts. Go ahead. Tom, George, basically anti Mike, by the way, you you're doing great research, and I truly appreciate it because studying does too. But my question is since you brought up the covert action group under Kennedy, which he signed off on executive action again the contention by Donald free was that executive action. Went rogue went off the reservation, so to speak and just like Julius Caesar and the, you know, the take down of Julius Caesar. They took down the president on November twenty two nineteen sixty three. And that's wondering if possibly you would comment on that. You know, I don't have any facts in that. Arena. I think that the J F K mystery of who is fascinated him is most definitely a mystery. Boy, do I hope someone somewhere is able to honor some real solid documents that tell that truth because I don't think the truth is is yet out there. I think the problem is there's so many different variants of speculation that it becomes difficult to discern. What is speculation, and what might have some legitimacy to it? Makes sense any what surprised you most regarding your research. On spice vanish on facination teams. What's the prize me with my own reaction to it? Because I. Okay. See I teams fall under the rubric of what's called the president third option. I auction is diplomacy. The second hop shin is military intervention. The third option is the CIA hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the CIA, and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in effect into nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act and all the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers history. They, you know, the invasion of Guatemala when we turned barons. And we took we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or winter he'll was. Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the prime me was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual operations, you think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think you are? I think you're the male and head. I think they do. I think the point is that the -xactly what they do. In other words, I right into price vanish about how the I this is shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned the shocking, right? So when the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now is very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. We're still there. But before that six months before that the CIA paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's McMartin his version of the eye, and how do I know this what I interviewed Sam fattest who's in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was going to go in no matter what. But the president gave the go-ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that see I was provoking his men in northern Iraq by near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us acetates on his name, Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his sons were butchers if they saw some Iraqi woman that was married they've killed the woman's husband just to be able to. Go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran for years at our request. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him it was okay? What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, that is a great mystery because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially an asset of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my oil whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be in. He basically said we're not gonna get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away. And then they did. And that he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy. You was called up for retired from the navy. V A once before we were signed with the general Schwartzkopf to do his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand three what did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a Pulitzer prize and be widely. I mean really over that question. Because again, there's a situation that's a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite Atta. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there. And because you you said it perfectly which is what had he actually done that would go. He didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of Al Qaeda. He didn't support bin Laden at all. I don't know what the guy did wrong. Why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the buildings except he did do one thing? He wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different former currency for that. One of the more compelling arguments. I have heard and I have been a mistake. And there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a friend of mine who's a was a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to Georgia. I pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything wouldn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head too complicated. I mean, it was brilliant. But I was just like, wow, my head could not handle the that the the rubric of that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which may be why we don't have that story. Greg New Jersey that Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead warning. Actually, the great social commentator of the last seventy five years. No. I'm Trump skiing has been writing about that for fifty years for both Qaddafi, and Mr. Hussein were overthrown by our corporate government because they were gonna go up the petro dollar that would have unraveled Wall Street and all types of stuff I'd like to make one thing. And that's to if the whole history of the CIA goes back to the Douglas brothers coudl, Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by auto recently, hate them. They will wear with a firm called Solomon Cromwell. I we're gonna have these venerable old, you know, these guys represents a big time criminals. They essentially represented the chase Bank, which is doing business with Nazi Germany all throughout the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms and always was one of the worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I have to ask any. Cui Bono when Latin who benefits by? Peasants here in America going to work every day. It's the corporate. You know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think it's keyboard out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to a lot of Warren forcement here in the country. That's a cocaine importing agency because they're the ones that was letting all the stuff come in some of their buddies profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph mcgehee the famous agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murder Inc. For the fortune one hundred you comment on that. Interesting written from that vector. Let's say, right. So this and there's a lot of arguments. That support that I don't write about that into prize vanish because it's it's got its own story. And there's a great story. There's a great book title. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on that about the Dallas brothers. Specifically. I'll give you a little tangent story, which my interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dulles son was famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting with a young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allen Dulles junior, and he disappeared, you know, people knew that he'd had this head wound out of Nita known it ever heard of him. Well, I tracked him down. And I report the story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes of his life. Jeez. And so every but he could remember impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty two and he had his head injury. And the Dulles the fodder the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs follow on 'em kale and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of the psychiatrists that he hired for to try and treat it on. And so it as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by, you know, a drama in your own family life that can then become a national drama or national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allen Dulles is director had that power. And it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles, son and interviewing and what we talked about with his memory of ten minutes was the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, charlie. Okay. The I'd like to ask about the space force. She I has a a branch sort of like, you know, it has American brands landbranch and of aviation brands. You know, the space force part of battlezone is the electromagnetic spectrum. So I'm trying to imagine operators CIA who was the earth's magnetic spectrum. Do you have any comment on that? Well, that's the most brilliant question. I've had all day because I I had not even thought of that. And what you know, air branch maritime branch ground branch base branch as you. I mean, we know about the space force, and I written about the origins of the idea of weaponising space in my book areas if when I wrote a lot about nuclear weapons 'cause we were setting off so many nuclear weapons in space. But my goodness. You have raised a really intriguing thing that I'm now going to obsessively think about which is what would that look like to have CI paramilitary? 'cause I this is what would be my guess total..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KTRH

"Under the rubric of let's call the president's third option. First option is diplomacy. The second option is military intervention. The third option is to see I as hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the CIA, and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in effect since nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act and all the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers history. Say, you know, the invasion of quantum Allah. When we turned all Benz, and we took we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or went through hia was native. You know, Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the primary was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual operations. You would think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think you are? I think you hit the nail mad. I think they do. I think the point is that exactly what they do. In other words. Okay. I write into prize vanish about how the CI. This is shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned with shocking, right? So. When the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now, a very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. We're still there. But before that six months before that CI's paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's Mukhbar at his version of the CIA. And how do I know this what I interviewed Sam who who's in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was gonna go in at what? But the president gave the go-ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that the CIA was provoking his men in northern Iraq. By near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us to assassinate Saddam Hussein. Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his sons were butchers in new if they saw some Iraqi woman that was married they kill the woman's husband just to be able to go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran ran for years at our request. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him it was okay? What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, it's that is a great mystery. Because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially an asset of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my oil whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be in. She basically said we're not going to get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away then they did. And then he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy. You was called up for I had retired from the navy a once before we were signed with the general swertz Koff to do his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was in ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand. Three. What did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a Pulitzer prize and be widely. I mean really over that question. Because again, there's a situation that's a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite Atta. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there and the because you use you set it up perfectly, which is what had he actually done. That. Would are you didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of Al Qaeda, he didn't support bin Laden at all. I I don't know what the guy did wrong. So why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the Bill except from he did the one thing he wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different form currency for that. One of the more compelling arguments. I've heard and I have been as mistake. Yeah. I and there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a a friend of mine who's a who's a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to say Georgia pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything who didn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head to complicated. Gated. I mean, it was really, but I was just like, wow. Aunt my head could not handle the that the the rubric of that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which may be why we don't have that both story. Greg in New Jersey that Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead morning actually v. Great social commentator of the last seventy five years. No Transkei has been writing about that for fifty years for both Qaddafi, and Mr. Hussein were overthrown by our corporate government because they were gonna go up the petro dollar that would have unraveled Wall Street types of stuff. I just make one thing and to to to things if you get the whole history of the CIA goes back to the Dulles brothers who told Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by that, well, there's a lot of reasons the hate them. They will wear with a firm colts Solomon Cromwell. I work in the have. These venerable old, you know, these guys represents a big time criminals. They essentially represented the chase Bank, which is dealing business with OSCE Germany all throughout the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms. And this was more of a worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I have to ask any Cui Bono when Latin who benefits by? Peasants here in America going to work everyday. It's the corporate, you know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think it's Chomsky board out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to about a lot of war enforcement here in the country. That's a cocaine importing agency. Because they're the ones I was letting all the stuff come in some of their buddies profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph mcgehee famous agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murderer Inc for the fortune one hundred. Did you comment on that? Interesting. Written from that vector. Let's say, right. So it exists. And there's a lot of arguments. That support that. I don't write about that into prize kill vanish because it's it's got its own story. And there's a great story. There's a great book title. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on out about the Dulles brothers Pacific. I'll give you a little tangent story, which my interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dulles is son was famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting agree with a young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allen Dulles junior. And he disappeared, you know, people knew that he'd had his head wound the atom Asia. No one had ever heard of him. Well, I try him down. And I report this story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes. Of his life. And so every body could remember impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty two when he had his head injury. And. The Dallas the fog or the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs sort of follow on M K alter and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of psychiatrists that he hired for to try and treat it owns on. And as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by you know, a drama. In your own family life that can then become an actual drama or national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allen Dulles. The director had that power, and it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles the sun and interviewing him, and what we talked about with his memory of ten minutes was the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, Charlie, George, okay. The yes, I'd like to ask about the space forces Shiite has a a branch sorta like Email has Merrick landbranch landbranch and aviation branch. You know, the space force part of battlezone is that feel magnetic spectrum. So I'm trying to do that operators CIA who was the earth's magnetic spectrum. Do you have any comment on that? Well, that's the most brilliant question. I'd had all day because I I have not even thought of that. And what you know, air branch maritime branch ground branch base branch as you. Oh, wow. I mean, we know about the space force, and I've written about the origins of the idea of weaponising space in my book area, fifty one when I wrote a lot about nuclear weapons 'cause we were setting off so many nuclear weapons in space. But my goodness. You have raised a really intriguing thing that I'm now going to obsessively think about which is what would that look like to have CI paramilitary guys up there because I get this is what would be my guess total speculation, right? It would have something to do with being able to garner access to other countries satellites so it would be like a human version of an anti that light weapon or take them out. Yes, exactly to take them out without looking like, we took them out. I mean, can you imagine? If our satellites went down GPS is gone smart. Cell phones are gone. All that. Stuff's gone. The kind of K at the internet, in some cases of it's not cable that may be satellite. It would be if you're everything relies all military technology now relies upon that led. Technology was go to Jim in their results. Are welcome to the program. Hi, jim. Jordan, did I could they have you with us? Go ahead. Jimmy, I hate to change the subject, but you got me thinking about the. The guy in.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The second option is military intervention. The third option is the CIA hidden hand. That's what they call it. Like when diplomacy isn't working in wars on wise, the president calls upon the. A and I was surprised to learn that that is actually an element of foreign policy that has been in effect and nineteen forty seven since the creation of the national security act, and all of the things that we know disparately different different of us who who are lovers history. Say, you know, the invasion of quantum Allah. When we turned our bans, and we took, you know, we knocked him out of power or the bay of pigs or when Trujillo was. You know, Vietnam going through all the way to the present tense. I think what the prime me was my goodness all of these link up to a foreign policy concept that is the president's third option. It all is a system within a system, and that was unusual to me because I had the sense that these were more individual opperations, you would think they would want the move the CIA in second in military third. If that's if that's the case rather than full involvement. What do you think I think you hit the nail a mad? I think they do. I think the point is that exactly what they do. In other words, I right into price kill vanish about how the C. I this was shocking to me. Okay. Another actually everything I learned what shocking. Right. So when the Pentagon was planning it's war in Iraq. Which we all know now is very very bad idea. You could call that illegal. There. But before that six months before that the I paramilitary teams were in northern Iraq trying to assassinate Saddam Hussein's Mukhbar at his version of the CIA. And how do I know this will I interviewed Sam who is in charge of the operation. And he told me on the record all about this. Why he was able to is still baffling to me. But so you see in that situation that was the second option. You know, I think the Pentagon was convinced that it was going to go in matter what. But the president gave the go ahead to allegedly what they were trying to do is create a situation where Saddam Hussein got so angry that the guy was provoking his men in northern Iraq by near Erbil Bill that he would take an action that would make him vulnerable for us to assassinate Saddam Hussein Saddam Hussein was not a boy scout and his son. Were butchers if they saw some Iraqi woman that was married they kill the woman's husband just to be able to go after her. I mean, they were sick sick individuals. But what is Saddam Hussein do any to us? I mean, he was our proxy he fought with Iran for years at our request. What did he do wrong other than go into Kuwait where we basically told him it was okay? What did we do? What did he do to us for us to want to attack him and get him out? You know, it's a that is a great mystery because you're absolutely right. That he was a ally. He was essentially an asset of ours. He went to April Glaspie and said, you know, basically, I'm having problems with Kuwait their slant drilling. They're taking my loyal whether it was his or not that's what he perceived it to be. And she basically said we're not going to get in the middle of Arab dispute and walked away then they did. And then he got involved the stop Kuwait from doing what they were doing. And then we hammered him. But then after that after the Gulf war, which my navy unit was called up for I had retired from the navy a once before we were signed with the general swertz cough to his media work, but you know, after Desert Storm, which was in ninety one. And then we go back in in two thousand. Three. What did he do? Then. I mean, the Kuwait war was way before that. I think the reporter who's able to write that story that answers the question you just asked is gonna win a Pulitzer prize and be widely. I mean, really that question. Because again, there's a situation that's a lot of speculation. But it doesn't it doesn't quite Atta. And I think it's I think there's a much more direct specific answer that is out there. And because you you you said it perfectly which is what had he actually done that. Would he didn't have weapons of mass destruction. He was not part of al-qaeda he didn't support bin Laden at all. I I don't know what the guy did wrong. So why did that administration have it out for him from the moment the planes struck the Bill except from he did do one thing. He wanted to go off the dollar for oil. He wanted to use a different form of currency for that. One of the more compelling arguments. I've heard and I have been as mistake. I and there's a book written about that. I wish I could remember the name, but a a friend of mine who's a was a banker recommended that book that was written about that. And I have to say Georgia. I pride myself on being able to read pretty much anything wouldn't read that book. Meaning it was over my head too complicated obligated. I mean, it was really, but I was just like, wow, my head could not handle the that the the rubric of that information. And and I imagine that I'm not the only person who could read it, which maybe why we don't have that both Dory. Go to Greg New Jersey that Gregg welcome to the program, sir. Go ahead warning. Actually, the great social commentator of the west seventy five years. No Chomsky has been writing about that for fifty years for both Qaddafi. And Mr. Hussein were overthrown by our corporate government because they were going to go up to petro dollar that would have on on rebel, Wall Street and all types of stuff, but I just make one thing and asked to to to to any if you'll get the whole history of CIA goes back to the Dulles brothers who've all Alan and his brother whom Kennedy hated by. Well, there's a lot of reasons that hate them. They were wears a firm called Solomon Cromwell, I work in Manhattan. These venerable old, you know, these guys represent the big time criminals. They essentially were presented the chase Bank, which was dealing business with Germany all throughout the second World War from the thirties into into the forties with all the big industrial firms. And always was the worse for them. He then becomes head of the CIA. I mean, I ask any Cui Bono when Latin who benefits by? Peasants here in America going to work everyday. It's the corporate, you know, the fortune one hundred and two quotes. I just wanna see what you think I think as child's keyboard out in the nineteen eighties that the CIA was referred to about a lot of Warren force -ment here in the country as a cocaine importing agency because they're the ones I was reading all the stuff come in some of their buddies were profiting from it, and the other thing is basically that I think it's Ralph McGee famous agent who came out said, basically, he was, you know, graduate of Ivy league schools and all that good guy. But he was in South America, essentially, he called himself as part of the murder Inc. For the fortune one hundred. Did you comment on that? Interesting. Written from that vector. Let's say, right. So it exists. And there's a lot of arguments. That support that. I don't write about that into prize vanish because it's. It's got its own story. And there's a great story. Great book title is. I'm forgetting at the moment that was that was written on that about the Dallas brothers Pacific. Like, I'll give you a little tangent story, which my interesting for you in terms of metaphor. Right. And that is that Allen Dulles Dallas's son, why famously suffered a head wound in Korea when he was fighting created a young marine in his early twenties and his name is Allan dollar junior. And he disappeared, you know, people knew that he had had his head wound and the atom Asia. No one had ever heard of him. Well, I tracked him down. And I report this story for my book, the Pentagon's brain because Allen Dulles son suffered from a kind of amnesia where he can only remember the the last ten minutes of his life. Jeez. And so every but he could remember. Impeccably everything that happened to him before nineteen fifty when he had his head injury. And. The dollars the father the way that he became involved in a lot of these really gruesome programs sort of follow on 'em kale and things and having to do with brain brainwashing. And you know, a lot of programs that have read a lot of paranoia came out of the psychiatrists that he hired for to try and treat it on. And so it as a metaphor indicates this kind of when the personal becomes the political. And when you're driven by you know, a drama. In your own family life that can then become an actual drama or a national secret because you have that kind of power. And there was no doubt that Allan dollars. C? I director had that power. And it was extrordinary and it was dangerous. But I think you might enjoy reading my experience going to the home of Allen Dulles the sun and interviewing 'em, and what we talked about with his memory of ten minutes was to the Rockies Charlie's with us in Sacramento, California. Hi, Charlie, George, okay. I guess I ask about the space force that she has a a branch sort of like, you know, has American branch landbranch and aviation branch. You know, the space force part of battlezone electromagnetic spectrum. So I'm trying to operators CIA who was the earth's magnetic stacks. Do you have any comment on that? Well, that's the most brilliant question. I've had all day because I had not even thought of that. And what you know, air branch maritime branch ground branch base branch as you. Wow. I mean, we know about the space force, and I written about the origins of the idea of weaponising space in my book area, fifty one when I wrote a lot about nuclear weapons 'cause we were setting off so many nuclear weapons in space. But my goodness. You have raised a really intriguing thing that I'm now going to obsessively think about which is what would that look like to have CI paramilitary guys up there 'cause I get this is what would be my guess total speculation, right? It would have something to do with being able to garner access to other countries satellites so it would be like a human version of an anti that light weapon or take them out. Yes, exactly. Take out without looking like, we took them out. I mean, can you imagine if our satellites went down GPS has gone smart cell phones, gone. All that stuff on the kind of the internet, in some cases, if it's not cable that maybe satellite. It would be if you're everything relies all military technology now relies upon that led technology. Let's go to Jim in Arizona. Welcome.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The bay of pigs was a grave military failure. That embarrassed the Kennedy administration and led to escalated tensions between Cuba and the United States. It also led to strife between Kennedy and the CIA operatives that plan the mission Allen Dulles and Richard Bisa were asked to hand in their resignations in Kennedy started to distrust the information that he received from the agency looking back. It was clear that the invasion plan had many errors the idea that fifteen hundred invaders could land undetected on Cuban soil, raise a rebellion and overthrow a dictatorship seems completely outlandish. But hindsight is always twenty twenty. The question is was the probable failure as obvious to the CIA at the time as it is to us. Now, the experience the I A operatives spent years designed the play. Dan, which is why son conspiracy theorists believe it's more likely that it was never meant to work in the first place. Instead the final plan was designed with just enough flaws to embarrass Kennedy the CIA hope that by doing. So they would force Kennedy to refocus his efforts on overthrowing Castro by any means necessary. But there is another explanation for what happened after the invasion failed Richard Bisset and the CIA operatives overseeing the invasion made a startling admission. They believed that despite Kennedy's assurances to the contrary. The White House would agree to send military forces to Cuba. Once it was clear that the planned invasion was failing. So that sales that deal the new the mission would fail, and they went ahead with it. Anyway. But this doesn't mean that Bisset didn't intend to sabotage the mission. It sounds like he still hoped the bay of pigs invasion. Asian could be a success. He just knew it might require military forces. Kennedy hadn't yet agreed to. Still the fact that CIA operatives new the plan was bound to fail and didn't make any moves to stop. It raises suspicions at the very least. I have to guess they were harboring some resentment against Kennedy for his lack of commitment to the mission. And they went along with his ill advised orders out of spite or bitterness overall. I'd read this theory as seven out of ten while the CIA may have known the mission was doomed to fail. It remains to be seen whether it was deliberately sabotaged or if the CIA operatives were simply powerless to protest against the president's orders. It seems just as likely that the invasion fell apart on accident because Kennedy and the CIA weren't able to get on the same page about their goals. I'll give it a nine out of ten for one reason our conspiracy theory states that the CIA sabotage the mission to force Kennedy into a more aggressive. Military invasion. Whether the disaster was planned or coincidental. The CIA was banking on the fact that if or when the invasion failed Kennedy would agree to send in military reinforcements..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And what we have expression says trust the language trust the language to guide. You remember judge ROY Moore was running for office in the last midterm election. And he was accused I did analysis of him. And he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this guy syndrome. As I said, you George I didn't steal your wallet. That's really strong and reliable. But if I say, George how can you accuse me that I give to the United way every month? Yeah. With it. Yeah. Exactly. And so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what has taken place, and they were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true. And I had analyze that. And said this guy, he's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom, George, thanks for taking my call. I want to ask. About the president's Clinton's to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his Monica Lewinsky, also most. Important would be. George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs, and I suspect he probably was directing the SAS nation of giant Kennedy. I'll just say that that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles and the CIA him involved with the CIA also the nine eleven we've got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truth and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this that this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they did. I mean, you know, what's your opinion on that? Are they we're gonna take a break? We'll come back and quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom. Riverside, California in just a moment on coast to coast AM. Peter Hyatt's book is called Wise's serpent gentle is a of and his website highest analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log on to coast to coast AM dot com. Eleven ninety. I spot where you can find news, traffic and weather..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And what we have expression says trust the language trust the language to guide, you you. Remember judge ROY Moore was running for office in the last midterm election. Yes. And he was accused I did analysis of him. And he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this guy syndrome. George. I didn't steal your wallet. That's really that's strong and reliable. But if I say, George how can you accuse me that I give to the United way every month? Yeah. With it. And so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what is taking place, and there were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true. And I had analyze that said this guy's he's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom. George sexist taking my call. I wanted to ask about the president's Clinton's to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his? With Monica Lewinsky, also most. Important would be George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs and I suspect he probably was directing the Savage Nation of giant Kennedy. I'll just say that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles and the CIA him involved with the CIA also the nine eleven we've got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truce and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this that this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they didn't. I mean, you know, what's your opinion on that? Are they going to take a break? We'll come back. Can quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom in riverside, California. In just a moment on coast to coast AM. Peter Hyatt's book is called wise is a serpent gentleman and his website highest analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com to access the audio.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"When a woman is sexually assaulted, even when there's trauma, the language shows it language shows that they own it. It's a commitment a linguistics that strong, right? It was a Hollywood actress that accused a famous person of raping her, and she was vilify because she stayed the night at his home. And I looked at the language Kathleen, she's telling the truth, and what she said was this and I fell asleep on his bed. She didn't sleep in his bed. She slept on it. And this was just trauma taking over. She was telling the truth. It's a matter of fact, I ended up hearing from her dad. Thank you me about the analysis, but she was telling the truth. So that the trauma does not cause deception. Even if they have trouble gathering their thoughts. There's still a commitment to what happened. Now, the second one she mentioned, Casey, Anthony. On h a lot of time. There was a detective who said I know that Casey Anthony is lying because her lips are moving and everyone laughed about it. And to very foolish thing to say. Because ninety percent of the section comes from missing information. So even though Casey Anthony was lying much of what she said was reliable information things like, you know, in my heart. I know that key Kelly's close. Yes. You a half a mile away down the block from her home where the body should have been executive? We're listening to her. That's what she told us a buzz. When she gave descriptions of vani the nanny. The fake nanny she wants so far overboard that was called nature persuade she had perfect straight t-. She had hair, and is and she gave a description that just went too far. She had a need to persuade us that this Zanny the nanny existed. So her language revealed. It was no such existence can someone tell the truth and still seem deceptive. There is. Sometimes you can come up like that. And if we allow them to speak for themselves and not influenced by our questions, it'll come out what we have expression says trust the language trust the language to guide. You remember judge ROY Moore was running for office in the last midterm election. Yes. And he was accused I did analysis of him. And he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this guy syndrome. George. I didn't steal your wallet. That's really a strong and reliable. But if I say, George, how can you choose me that I give to the United way every month? Yeah. With exactly and so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what has taken place, and they were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true, and I had analyzed that said this this guys. He's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom. George sessions taking my call. I wanted to ask. About the President Clinton to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his hair was. Monica Lewinsky, also most. Important would be George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs, and I suspect he probably was directing the SAS nation and John Kennedy. I'll just say that that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles and CIA him involved with the CIA also the nine eleven when you've got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truth and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this that this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they did. I mean, you know, what's your opinion on that? Are they going to take a break? We'll come back and. Quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom in riverside, California. In just a moment on coast to coast AM. Peter Hyatt's book is called wisest serpent gentle as adults and his website highest analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. To access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log on to coast to coast, AM dot com. Newsradio nine twenty four seven. You get a raise us up at year. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean the gas on that baby. Must be crazy not pay less for gas.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Out. We have an expression says trust the language trust the language to guide, you you. Remember judge ROY Moore was running for office in the last midterm election. Yes. And he was accused I did analysis of him. And he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this guy syndrome. George. I didn't steal your wallet. That's really that's strong and reliable. But if I say, George, how can you choose me that I give to the United way every month? What does that got to do with it? Right. -actly? Exactly. And so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what has taken place, and they were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true. And I had analyze that said this this guy's he's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom. George says taking my call. I wanted to ask about the president's to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his affair with Monica Lewinsky, also most. Important would be George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs, and I suspect he probably was directing the SAS nation and giant Kennedy. I'll just say that that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles in the CIA him involved with the CIA also the nine eleven when you've got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truth and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this? That this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they didn't. I mean, you know, what's your opinion on that? We're going to take a break. We'll come back and quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom in riverside, California. In just a moment on coast to coast AM. Peter Hyatt's book is called wiser serpent gentle is a dove and his website highest analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log on to coast to coast AM dot com..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So her language revealed. There was no such existence can someone tell the truth and still seem deceptive. There is. Sometimes it can come up like that. And if we allow them to speak for themselves and not influenced by our questions, it'll come out what we have expression says trust the language trust the language to guide, you you. Remember judge ROY Moore is running for office in the last midterm election. Yes. And he was accused I did analysis of of him, and he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this guy syndrome. George. I didn't steal your wallet. That's really that's strong and reliable. But if I say, George, how can you choose me that I give to the United way every month? What does that got to do with it? Exactly, exactly. And so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what has taking place, and they were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true. And I had analyze that said this this guy's he's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom. George thanks for taking my call. I want to ask about the president's Clinton's to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his? Her with Monica Lewinsky. Also, most important would be George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs, and I suspect he probably was directing this assignation of giant Kennedy. I'll just say that that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles and the CIA him involved with the CIA also the nine eleven when got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truth and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this that this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they didn't. I mean, you know, what's your opin? On that are there. We're going to take a break. We'll come back and quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom in riverside, California. In just a moment on coast to coast AM. Peter Hyatt's book is called wise is a serpent gentle is adopted in his website Hyatt, analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log on to coast to coast AM dot com..

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"allen dulles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Even if they have trouble gathering there. There's still a commitment to what happened. Now, the second one's you mentioned. Casey, anthony. On h a lot of the time. There was a detective who said I know that Casey Anthony is lying because her lips are moving and everyone laughed about it. And very foolish thing to say. Because ninety percent of the section comes from missing information. So even though Casey Anthony was lying much. What she said was reliable information things like, you know, in my heart. I know that killings close. Yeah. She was a half a mile away down the block from her home where the body should have been executive. We're listening to her. That's what she told us a buzz. When she gave descriptions of Zanny the nanny nanny. She wants so far overboard that was called me persuade she had perfect straight t she had hair, and is and she gave a description that just went too far. She had a need to persuade us that this Zanny the nanny existed. So her language revealed. There was no such existence can someone tell the truth and still seem deceptive. There is. Sometimes it can come up like that. If we allow them to speak for themselves and not influenced by our questions, it'll come out. What we have expression says trust the language trust the language to guide, you you. Remember judge ROY Moore was running for office in the last midterm election. Yes. And he was accused I did analysis of of him, and he was deceptive and constantly trying to persuade that. He was the good guy. We call this the big guy syndrome. George. I didn't steal your wallet. That's really strong and reliable. But if I say, George how can you accuse me that I give to the United way every month? What does that got to do with it? Right. -actly? Exactly. And so by trying to portray himself as the perfect gentleman instead of denying what taking place, and there were still some deception in some of the allegations. But most of them are true. And I had analyze that said this this guy's he's deceptive. Let's go to Tom in riverside, California before the break here. Go ahead. Tom. George is taking my call. I wanted to ask. About the president's Clinton to one. And when would you said that he's lying when he had his with? With Monica Lewinsky, also most. Important would be. George Bush senior and his alleged saying that he didn't know where he was when Kennedy was shot, and I've listened to other programs, and I suspect he probably was directing the nation and giant Kennedy. I'll just say that that everything all the evidence. His father's connection to Allen Dulles in the CIA him this involved with the CIA also the nine eleven we've got people that have no reason to be involved with nine eleven truth and this movement with Richard gage. Why would these people do this and say this? That this was these buildings were brought down with explosives if they didn't. I mean, you know, what's your opinion on that? Are there? We're gonna take a break. We'll come back and quickly talk about those three different aspects. There of the words of Tom in riverside, California. In just a moment on coast to coast AM, Peter Hyatt's book is called wise is a serpent gentle is and his website highest analysts dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM, log on to coast to coast AM dot com. The most powerful names and talk or heard right here.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Have enough. Gun. Crime scene. And. I'm patsy. He was brought in by this group named George the mourn field who had. New car. And in fact, I'm at one of the men that. Was in this outer circle, they don't know what's going on. But they do know some of the characters that are being enlisted. Here's where it gets complicated. Had planned to. Arrange for an affair for JFK. Right with the plan being further being embarrassed JFK is wife would divorce him he'd be out of office. And guess we'll be president. Well, Jason ready to go. To carry it. Another step. He got nervous that he needed some help for loss. And he had a friend down in eagle pass Texas of all places who had a smuggler whole nearby. Was working closely with LBJ and the CIA and the mafia to get Castro out of office through the smugglers. They could move cracker switches the original thing starting adding military vehicles weapons. On the return where they enlisted the mafia. Nice profitable venture. That was started back. When probably I mean, it's hard to say for sure, but it would have been early nineteen sixty one down anyway. We've got to say I and they've got disgruntled members and car can track 'em through through LBJ. And. Allen Dulles had been the CIA director until the bay of pigs, and it was such a failure. John gay f k at barring. Sure. Permanent enemy, lira course. And all the discussions. They brought in to really good shooters and a third man to be kind of in charge of the two and to work with Wallace who was important to the whole adventure. Because. Dallas. Well. They needed that was Clark reaching all of this. Yes. He was working with Wallis. Setting it up fruit Johnson remember now, he's giving Johnson the perfect shields. The attorney client privilege. Sure. So even if they traced everything back up to card he would not and could not let them know about any participation by LBJ, but at the same time, and this is just a nature of the corrupt system. You had to keep LBJ out of sight. To be protected have deniability. So he was not going to be deeply involved. But he would be because he was very action. Minded person had to be kept informed. So he's going to know what's going on. But he's not in there. Working with any of these people. What was what was in it for Clark? On the task. Now, he had been a real close friend. With a fella named Robert Anderson. They've been recruited to be secretary of the treasury because he was an excellent. But he had insisted Anderson had insisted on a real nice bonus in the millions spread out over several years. So Clark sees what's developing now he's gonna have to protect. Johnson in this whole process. Johnson who happens to be a good friend of Clinton, Marcus. Intern. I'm bringing in a lot of names here. But. This complex scenario happened to me that is clean Marcus and headed up big oil in Dallas. All very rich. And he convinces. Markson and big oil. To enlist him. For helping them keep their oil preferences. They wanted several things one they wanted to export more oil. They wanted the depletion allowance. Nevada bargain, they didn't want it just protected. They wanted raised. These guys are really good at what they do. Of course what they do. So they've set him up, and that's gonna be the bonus. All right. Big oil is going to be protected. We're going to get to the day when we come back. Hang with us. We're going to pay some bills. You're listening to the Kate dalley show in the fleet will be right back more with Barr McClellan on from the book blood money when we come back. Hey,.

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