American secret service operatives are distributing illegal assault rifles, anti-tank rocket launchers and other ammunition to Syrian opposition, the New York Times reports. But due to some rebels’ links to Al Qaeda, the CIA’s task is precarious.
The paper reports that for weeks now, officers based in southeast Turkey have supervised the flow of illegal arms to numerous opposition factions ready to fight the regime of President Bashar Assad. The only problem is some of the rebel groups have links with terrorist organizations such as Al Qaeda, so the CIA mission must be careful not to arm proven terrorists by mistake.
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The original FBI/CIA COINTELPRO crimes of the 1950s-60s are powerful evidence which show that when "mind control" victims complain they are being harassed by conventional means (break-ins, thefts, sabotage and massive character assassination) there is unimpeachable evidence that the U.S. government has performed such crimes in the RECENT past. With the exposure of the COINTELPRO crimes in Congressional hearings in the 1970s, no longer can skeptics argue that "government wouldn't do that".
Voici comment est traitée une agente de la CIA après qu'elle ait commencé à dire ce qu'elle savait du 11 septembre 2001. Arrétée sans motif valable, accusée sur des preuves secrètes, détenue plus d'un an et enfin libérée comme étant folle. Il n'y a qu'à regarder sa page sur wikipedia pour voir quelle est la théorie...
Having finished Law School in 1982 and joined the Barr association, Nicolas Sarkozy married the niece of Achille Peretti. His best man was Charles Pasqua. As a lawyer, Sarkozy defended the interests of his mentors Corsican friends. He bought a property on the Island of Beauty, in Vico, and went as far as envisaging to make his name more “Corsican” by replacing the “y” by an “i”: Sarkozi.
The next year, he was elected Mayor of Neuilly sur Seine in replacement of his uncle in law, Achille Peretti, thundered by a heart attack. However, it was not long before Nicolas Sarkozy betrayed his wife, and since 1984, he had a secret liaison with Cecilia, the wife of the most famous entertainer of French television at that time, Jacques Martin, whom he had met while celebrating...
"If the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down the streets and lynched."
-- George Bush, cited in the June, 1992 Sarah McClendon Newsletter
The odd part of Obama's story is that he doesn't mention the name of his employer. However, a New York Times story of 2007 identifies the company as Business International Corporation.10 Equally odd is that the Times did not remind its readers that the newspaper itself had disclosed in 1977 that Business International had provided cover for four CIA employees in various countries between 1955 and 1960.