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Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower Paperback – October 1, 2005
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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For the best read on details and fact based which follows Rogue State, regarding the many wars & other USA ABC gang's misdeeds, I'd refer readers to the following most well written review & an unbiased reviewer: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R22ZF1WZHAUJVH/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1567511945
It behooves me to waste any time in an attempt to rehash what that reviewer wrote so well on.
I have studied nearly every war since the Civil War, having had to pick a politician to follow in 5th grade. Lucky me, I chose Heinz Kissinger, geopolitician & father of the failed League of Nations which later became United Nations. I couldn't have picked a better warmonger and then closely follow his career since mid 60s to know about the end result desired from those many wars. I know who funded both sides and how each war began, absolute most began via False Flags and fooled the majority of US citizens into believing they were fighting for OUR freedoms. No, it's more Colonialization and Balkanization of other countries via Regime Changes at the egregious cost of our dead and maimed soldiers and at last count, 1.5 Million Iraqi deaths & 500K being children, but is okay and a "necessary sacrifice" as collateral damages according to Madeline Albright. Having previously read "The Grand Chessboard" by Brzezinski made this Rogue State a nice addition to the wargames political "leaders" play. It can be found free online.
Along with "Rockefeller: Scenarios for the Future" then reading the many available Bilderberg meeting's transcripts, you realize that these wars are all engineered via the Globalists and is discussed in their annual meetings on plans for possibly "taking a leader out" for various reasons. It is not by chance that USA has been fighting neverending wars, for bankers and land/mineral/oil/drug resources since early 50s. War, is a huge business worldwide. One only need look at who each person is within USA's government, and their religious versus their contested irreligious beliefs, and then would understand why we remain at war. We have, only 3 wars left before Central Banks are put into place in those 3 countries. IRAN is the latest threat.
Loved the book for it's accuracy, truly dislike the US-Imperialism for Greater Israel. Their Kalergi and Yinon Plan is interesting yet frightful topics today and our newspeak pushing the anti this and anti that, fear this and fear that.I laugh at mainstream media, for I know who owns them and owns the newspeakers. I have a good number of friends of the Islamic religion and they know what is being pushed here in USA. I have several friends who live in Russia and a good number who live in Latin America and EU. The Russian scare aka the Red Scare is absolute nonsense. I grew up during the Cold War and marveled at the believers in that farce which lead to the earliest style of prepper movement and the below ground bomb shelters which most Americans could not afford. My father clued me in on that folly, as he was highly involved during WW2 as a Royal Air Force member. I was constantly at odds with my teachers in refusal to "Drop" and my statements that there is no reason to Drop under desks at a teacher's sudden barked out command "DROP" aka "programming to fear the Russian bomb"
As one who protested almost weekly during late 1960s against the Viet Nam War and watched as the Counter Culture rose up around me prior to Viet Nam War, I always knew it was Social Engineering. The Jewish influence by the Gloria Steinhams for feminism, Aquarian Conspiracy and Margaret Meades as well as manufacturing the Hippie movement and the Grateful Dead via Tavistock style influencers and done at Wharton & Rand think tanks, is astounding as well as a good number of other well known think tanks overall & still operating today. Hearst Publications forever shaped women and men's minds. It is highly suspicious that Pink Floyd's album "The Wall" was released by music industry barely 2 months prior to the Viet Nam Memorial Wall was first opened to the public, wholly dilution of the Wall. One only need take a read at larouchepub.com for the Tavistock Social Engineering documents to learn how majority of USA's people came to believe in and be willing to let their boys die in these wars. It was not by accident either that the Laurel Canyon musicians came to be during the Haight Ashbury years as a think tank effort to stop the Viet Nam protests, or that Jim Jones & Charlie Manson is not exactly what most people believe then, or now. I did go to Woodstock in 69 and enjoyed the fun with my friends, that's about it. My father taught me about Social Engineering at a very young age and this has served me well to live my life without fears but with disgust in watching people be manipulated into these continuous wars decade after decade. Browning helps.
This was the same Nelson Mandela who was imprisoned for almost 28 years because the CIA tipped off South African authorities as to where they could find him.
And this was the same George Bush who was once the head of the CIA and who for eight years was second in power of an administration whose CIA and National Security Agency collaborated closely with the South African intelligence service, providing information about Mandela's African National Congress. The ANC was a progressive nationalist movement whose influence had been felt in other African countries; accordingly it had been perceived by Washington as being part of the legendary International Communist Conspiracy. In addition to ideology, other ingredients in the cooking pot the United States and South Africa both ate from was that the latter served as an important source of uranium for the United States, and the US was South Africa's biggest supporter at the United Nations.
On August 5, 1962, Nelson Mandela had been on the run for 17 months when armed police at a roadblock outside Howick, Natal flagged down a car in which he was pretending to be the chauffeur of a white passenger in the back seat. How the police came to be there was not publicly explained. In late July 1968, however, stories appeared in three South African newspapers (picked up shortly thereafter by the London press and, in part, CBS-TV) which shed considerable light on the question. The stories told of how a CIA officer, Donald C. Rickard by name, under cover as a consular official in Durban, had tipped off the Special Branch that Mandela would be disguised as a chauffeur in a car headed for Durban. This was information Rickard had obtained through an informant in the ANC. One year later, at a farewell party for him in South Africa, at the home of the notorious CIA mercenary, Colonel "Mad Mike" Hoare, Rickard himself, his tongue perhaps loosened by spirits, stated in the hearing of some of those present that he had been due to meet Mandela on that fateful night, but tipped off the police instead. Rickard refused to discuss the affair when approached by CBS-TV.
CBS-TV newsman Allen Pizzey did interview journalist James Tomlins on the air when the story broke in 1986. Tomlins, who was in South Africa in 1962, stated that Rickard had told him of his involvement in Mandela's capture.
On June 10, 1990, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution reported that an unidentified, retired US intelligence officer had revealed that within hours of Mandela's arrest, Paul Eckel, then a senior CIA operative, had told him: "We have turned Mandela over to the South African security branch. We gave them every detail, what he would be wearing, the time of day, just where he would be. They have picked him up. It is one of our greatest coups."
After Mandela's release, the White House was asked if Bush would apologize to the South African for the reported US involvement in his arrest at an upcoming meeting between the two men. In this situation, a categorical denial by the White House of any American involvement in the arrest would have been de rigueur. However, Spokesman Marlin Fitzwater replied: "This happened during the Kennedy administration.... don't beat me up for what the Kennedy people did."
The CIA stated: "Our policy is not to comment on such allegations." This is what the Agency says when it feels that it has nothing to gain by issuing a statement. On a number of other occasions, because it thought that it would serve their purpose, the CIA has indeed commented on all kinds of allegations.
While Mandela's youth and health ebbed slowly away behind prison walls, Donald Rickard retired to live in comfort and freedom in Pagosa Springs, Colorado."