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"allen dulles" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"After eighteen months in the program godly did come up with no concrete evidence that hallucinogenic drugs could be used for brainwashing and mind control but as long as he was receiving funding and collecting a paycheck. Gottlieb was going to remain persistent. On February twenty sixth nineteen fifty-three Allen Dulles was appointed the new director of the CIA and as the top dog. Dulles would see to it that the mind control program carried on full steam ahead. Gottlieb saw this change of regime as a wonderful opportunity to take more liberties with the program. He began working on a new memorandum. That proposed the CIA launch. A whole new far more expansive operation on Mind Control Project. Artichoke was already one of the most abhorrent and morally abusive project sponsored by the US government. But now in a position of Absolute Power Director. Dulles was happy to amplify it on April Thirteenth Nineteen fifty-three Dulles approved Gottlieb's proposal as a result. Godly was granted. Three hundred thousand dollars which is close to three million dollars today. As well as permission to launch his research experiments at his own discretion from here. A new code name was given to the project M. K. Ultra.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"By the fall of Nineteen fifty-three Doctor Sidney Gottlieb was in full. Control of the CIA's M. K. Ultra project and required. No permission to task. Lsd On whoever he saw fit godly began distributing LSD to hospitals and medical schools in the US for controlled experimentation but he didn't stop there godly was determined to get a better idea of how ordinary people would respond to LSD so he decided to take a huge risk by opening what he referred to as a safe house right in the middle of New York City while it was never confirmed how much CIA director Allen Dulles knew about these safe houses we can safely assume that he turned a blind eye. The man gottlieb placed in charge of the safehouse operation was former narcotics detective turned CIA operative. George Hunter White Whites job low unsuspecting visitors to the safe house in Greenwich Village and Dose Them. With LSD and Oh yeah record the results so that it remained a proper study. Somehow GOTTLIEB had found someone as reckless and morally corrupt as he was white followed orders and scoured the streets of New York City. He was looking for existing drug users. Small time criminals and other dishonorable candidates that could be lured back to the safe house all in an effort to.

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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 Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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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 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 | 2 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 Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Know about him is that when he was a member of the skull and bones society at Yale. He snuck onto the beef creek. Apache prisoner of war cemetery in nineteen eighteen and he was there to desecrate the grave of the indigenous leader and warrior Geronimo. But also he was very close to Nazism and the Nazi ideology and figures who would go on to take over Germany under the reign of Adolf Hitler during the nineteen thirties. His firm was doing a lot of funding for a Thyssen, which is as large conglomerate in Germany, that's also involved in the steel and coal industry there. And of course, what is the rearmament programme depending on right? It's depending on all all this metal and steel for building the tanks, building the planes ships. We present these pictures of geminis new army in a Ray near them. Beg. Because it's important that the public should have an opportunity of gauging the extent of German rearmament. Yes, Germany rearmed is again, a big miniature effect time the web, and while there was nothing technically illegal at least under US law. Of course, Hitler is is secretly arming and in violation to the armistice treaty and the league of nations he continues this even after the US formally enters World War Two into nineteen forty two. And finally the US treasury seizes some of his assets. And that's worth thinking about that Prescott. Bush is arming the Nazis into nineteen forty two a former Nazi war crime. Prosecutors said that Prescott Bush should have been prosecuted for aiding and abetting the enemy and about a decade ago to former slave labors at Auschwitz unsuccessfully tried to sue the Bush family. Early because they're slave labor was benefiting ultimately the Bush family because they were working for the Tyson corporation benefiting from the death camp labor and then in turn Prescott Bush did now ruin you. You mentioned George H W Bush starting his life in the shadows working with the CIA in the nineteen fifties. But of course, you know, in all of the eulogies it's mentioned that he was a former CIA director, but he was only director of the Central Intelligence Agency for less than a year over the course of nineteen seventy six to nineteen seventy seven take us back to the beginning of the relationship between George H W Bush and the CIA and what we know about it. So George Bush joined skull-and-bone society, this is considered a fertile recruitment ground these secret societies for the CIA, you know, it's a club quote unquote at Yale at that point going to an Ivy league institution like that. It's. Exclusively young wealthy. White men. There were quotas on Jews at this time. And of course, virtually no blacks Latinos or people of other races. So in the nineteen fifties out of college. The Bush family was actually a very close to the Dulles family and Allen Dulles John Foster Dulles a really key architects of the Cold War under Dwight D Eisenhower Allen Dulles is at the head of the CIA time ran the United States government fields had the developments in another gum is of a nature to imperil to these safety and the security and the peace of the world and ask the Central Intelligence Agency to be agent in that particular situation. So George Bush senior ends up going into the oil business. He starts his company called the pot corporation after college, I returned to death and Midland. Where in the framework of the free enterprise system. I help to Bill too strong businesses in the oil industry in the late nineteen fifties. They move one of their oil rigs close to Cuba. This is around the time that Castro came that power addicting, the US back dictator Batista, and the C I A, reportedly what they were doing was they were using the Sobotta offshore oil corporation to train Cuban exiles. And that they would give these list of names to George Bush to hire to work on the platform. And from this platform, they would train them and they would conduct raids on their homeland. But he's traveling all over the world. He's going to South America. He's going to visiting Gulf states. He's going to Borneo these are all producing regions. But what he's also doing?.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Is his cuban real on the bay of pigs invasion and we had the rain but raised maneuvers are rove and of course all the cultural leaders and the movie stars and astronauts and athletes were all a part of the circus at hickory hill hickory hill was the kennedy family home located just outside of the nation's capital in mclean virginia but despite the family's popularity the kennedys also had a troubled relationship with the central intelligence agency which was run at the time by allen dulles the cia as longest serving director to date my uncle president kennedy came into office he already had a very antigang relationship with all us and i'll actually arranged a murder of congo is leader patrice lumumba as uncle took off because he knew that my uncle wouldn't idol it has begun on the dictator ship of doubt castro and pigs invasion occurred two months later uncle said during that invasion that he wanted to take a the outer it into a thousand pieces and it to the wins and a fired allen dulles if our general any fired bis richard all three top leaders of the clinton stein services robert kennedy son told me his father shared a similar disdain for the cia father a week before he he was killed told it and when he pulled ahead in the california primary it was clear that he had a very good chance of ending up in the white house and he started thinking about governance.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Well the cold war was not a war of morality men like j edgar hoover i director of the fbi and allen dulles first director of the cia set a precedent in how they ran their respective organizations for the safety of america and to combat the growing threat of communism anything was justifiable as the united states entered the second half of the twentieth century nazis racine as the villains of the past communist were the villain of the present with the rise of atomic and later nuclear weapons one wrong step could mean global annihilation if help and preventing that came from nazis well maybe the officials who made these decisions decided it was better to live with guilt than to die with a sense of righteousness conspiracy theory number two states that werner von braun beloved by america was actually a true nazi officer who knowingly supported crimes in order to advance his own research in that the united states have shared he never saw punishment for his crimes to do as high value in the space race georg ricky might have been the poster child for the moral failings of operation paper clip but werner von braun was for decades the example of the ops success for the duration of his life in america werner managed to escape the specter of his nazi past the fame and prestige is the chief architect of nasr's apollo missions made him a popular even beloved figure in american culture it's hardly surprising if anyone was going to overcome the sociation with nazis in the eyes of the american public it was on brown but was werner von braun truly nazi well the simple answer is yes werner von braun was a card carrying member of the nazi party and was even recruited to hitler's ss where he achieved the rank of major but as was the case with many paperclips scientists associating someone with the nazis and providing concrete evidence that they took part in war crimes are.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on No Agenda

"I mean people are saying things is outrageous well i think you hit one of the nails on the head recently when you're at the hairdresser yeah and yes and the woman's told you well everybody's talking about is is they're gonna arrest everybody by everybody they mean everybody worse than that how how how come he isn't in jail yet that's their question i don't understand we have all the evidence why isn't he in jail yet yeah this is this is how they think yeah from the other side i have a clip here from former cia officer whatever that means kevin ship now he doesn't get on mainstream but he does get on a couple of podcasts and he yeah yeah yeah he speaks on speaks of a three act play here we have high level members of our town this community and our live force ment community actually conspiring and who looted to obstruct justice lying under oath filing false affidavit for illegal nsa surveillance and we know it's been at least two hundred sixty names that have been unmasked i didn't know that two hundred sixty names were unmasked did you hear about this either that's a lot of people that's more than just carter page this is a coup within the shadow government intelligence agency deep state of someone call it against the president we have not seen anything like this since the presidency of john f kennedy when director allen dulles attack cam and we saw what happened there.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"There are time when the united states government feels that the developments in another government such as in the vietnam situation is of nature to imperil the these safety and the security and the peace of the world and asked the central intelligence agency to be its agent in that particular situation and know tot as the ci engage in any political activity or any intelligence to it was not approved at the highest level dulles kicked off his tenure at the cia with the agency overthrowing the democratically elected government of most deck in iran installed the shah and his brutal secret police that was followed in nineteen fifty four by the toppling of jacobo arbenz in guatemala that was an effort that the cia conducted with the assistance of the united fruit company by the way dulles owned stock in united fruit and our benz was threatening to nationalize it it was during his time in office that the cia began experimenting with mind control brainwashing through the m k ultra program and also studying new ways of torturing people the director of central intelligence in april nineteen fifty three allen dulles gave a talk in which he said that we were in a battle for the control of men's minds that's his term and that we were losing the battle dulles wastes no time in signing a secret executive order creating project and came alterra the goal to leave no stone unturned in the area of mind and behavior control beginning nineteen fifty four the cia began working to overthrow the north vietnamese government and propping up and authoritarian dictatorship in the south and this was a full decade before official us involvement began it can be argued that these actions that dulles oversaw directly led to the vietnam war in nineteen fifty seven dulles began authorizing covert campaigns in laos and facilitated the overthrow of several.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Democracy is based on the conviction that man has a moral and intellectual capacity as well as the engine able right to govern himself with reason and justice in the aftermath of world war two president harry truman signed into law the national security act of nineteen forty seven in doing so truman created two important new entities that would parade under the control of the executive branch of the united states government one was the central intelligence agency and the other was the national security council with the nomination of gina hassle to be cia director and john bolton already in place as the national security adviser i wanna take a quick tour through some history that i think is important for all of us to keep in mind and to study at this moment meanwhile intent on itself all stood ready to welcome the return of the shah after the dramatic development in events which i compelled him to fee and then led to a royalist coup d'etat in which masonic was arrested now everywhere thronged the streets proclaiming loyalty to the shop for the first several years of its existence the cia was run by military officers and then in nineteen fifty three allen dulles was named cia director and it was under dulles his tenure that the real dirty work began before heading the cia dulles had been recruited by the legendary military spy wild bill donovan that was during world war two and donovan asked dulles to join a secret intelligence and covert action force it was called the office of strategic services would later form the basis for the creation of the cia the idea that it is necessarily nefarious always engaging overthrowing government has falls that's the verge now there our time.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"In spend a lot more time in those places that many was critics dead and he understood that it wasn't stupid uh to push for more representative and more honest government because he thought that was the way to defeat the communists into foster longterm stability in one it you know i spent five years living with this guy in in in in in became very deeply immersed in his life and i didn't i mean i i i try to present a more it's on all this is not a hagiography he made a lot of mistakes he got a lot of things wrong but at the end of the day uh i founded pretty easy to love with him because i think he was fundamentally a wellintentioned good guy trying to do the right thing often frustrated uh because his good intentions were uh did not come to fruition and were in were ground down by the washington bureaucracy which he hated but fundamentally trying to do the right thing i'm not sure you can say the same thing about paul manafort said i better than paul manafort that's how it that's had that of let's let's before we get to his genuinely catastrophic failure which is cuba let's talk about vietnam which is a us failure but in your account it's kind of a lansdale it's a really complicated story from his point of view because there's some early success to the extent it's a failure ultimately it's a failure at least we can hypothesize because some of his advice and counsel was not followed suit tell the story of of lansdale in vietnam and what he was able to accomplish and then what he was not able to accomplish well he first was sent to saigon in the summer of 1954 by cia director allen dulles at a time when the state of south vietnam was just being created vietnam and just been divided at the geneva conference between north vietnam to be ruled by hochien and the communist and this new state of south.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on Masters in Business

"But it's the person granted so interesting that he would absolutely have been a failure it'll an an airbus effect you're just about everything else he was unannounced assuming character but there is a great deal to read and to reflect on things about the civil war that i and missed the the role the of exslave's in the army i mean real role sorin so it's a it's a fascinating reading them an an an enjoying it um uh i i'd like history so in own doris currents uh she left rivals in i don't how does the government function the dynamic around that i read one on cia of last year was called the brothers and it was allen dulles ahead a cia and uh what did you think of it it would i learned a lot beat because even though i was in the business the dynamic of the two of them uh and uh i'm a student not only of the bigger history by a cia history so it was it was interesting to me the broader readership probably not uh uh not not so much and not i don't know when you think while i did read janika mccrae's latest book by i don't read spy books i've never read one of ian fleming's but i did read his first reebok's which i thought were superb and understanding the psychology of people in the business and i just read his last book legacy of spies and i wish he hadn't ridden at asserted diminishes amend us read it in and say uh the first three of the luntz theory at the first three were really pieces of art an ana my last two questions if uh somebody ah recent graduate or a uh a millennial came up human said i'm interested in the intelligence field what sort of advice uh what sort of career advice might you give them well i think there's a couple things.

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"allen dulles" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"allen dulles" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Of lansdale success what would you point two in say this is where he succeeded for the united states for american foreign policy will the making of the lunt lansdale legend really began in the philippines and 1950 when he was on his second tour there this time on behalf of the cia at a time when there is widespread fear in washington that the philippines is about to go communist uh because of the hook insurgency the communists than in the philippines and instead of deploying thousands of american combat troops washington sent ed lansdale and a few other uh helpers ought to work in secret with filipinos like ramon monocytes either defence minister to mastermind the defeat of the hook uh rebellion and in the process of doing that lansdale pioneered what would become known as counterinsurgency doctrine this notion that you're not going to defeat the insurgents simply by killing them you have to offer better idea you have to offer a positive alternative a government that the people will support because if you're just going out there and bombarding villages as your creating more enemies endure eliminating at did that early success in the philippines give him cash aid throughout the uh the government the eisenhower administration at that time oh yes i mean this was one of the signal us uh successes in the early cold war and as a result of this success in the philippines when policymakers in washington were looking at vietnam and 1954 when that country was divided into communist north vietnam and into noncommunist south vietnam and they were wondering how on earth are we going to create a viable noncommunist state in the south uh they naturally thought of ed lansdale and so he was sent out there uh right after the fall of beyond fu in the summer of of 1954 in his orders from allen dulles the cia director were literally do what you did in the philippines and he basically did uh although i later his influence of course uh waned which will talk about in the next segment but how long we see they're in that first her duty in vietnam he.

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