Wednesday, 10 December 2014

The CIA Get Paid To Lie

The CIA lied about the effectiveness of enhanced interrogation, otherwise known as torture. The CIA lied????? Wow that is so out of character for an organisation that often carries out illegal and covert operations all over the world and fabricates intelligence to over throw governments.

When the CIA do or say something you can bet they are also doing and saying far worse things than they are telling you about. They know where all the bodies are hidden, usually because it is them that put them there. 


John Rizzo the former chief legal officer for the CIA signed the ok for waterboarding to be used. By calling it along with the other various methods used enhanced interrogation instead of torture he side stepped the whole legality of it, just like a lawyer.  He also signed off on most drone strikes up to 2009.
You won't see the interrogation tapes for the waterboarding such as the 183 times that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was waterboarded in March of 2003, that's because the CIA destroyed most of those tapes in 2005.

It's not illegal, it's just morally wrong and ineffective so lets not bother the American people with the details huh.

When giving the White house big wigs the information on enhanced interrogation Rizzo said that Colin Powell spoke up about the sleep deprivation and Condoleezza Rice spoke up about the forced nudity but no one in the room had any problem with the waterboarding. 

George W Bush said that enhanced interrogation procedures were "safe and lawful and necessary."

The CIA claimed that many pieces of intel was gained through enhanced interrogation but that was just not true. The CIA records themselves show that information alleged to have been gathered from enhanced interrogation was actually from informants and surveillance. What the prisoners being tortured actually told the CIA agents was whatever they thought would make them stop pouring water into their mouths.

In 2004 a source claimed there would be an attack before the Presidential election and said that a man named Janat Gul knew all about it. After an interrogation the CIA operatives said they doubted he knew anything. Gul was disorientated and was hallucinating seeing his wife and children in a mirror and begged the CIA agents to just kill him. CIA HQ said to keep on at him for another 47 hours so they slapped a diaper on him and set to work.

After that they still got nothing so they labeled him a known terrorist facilitator and transferred him to a foreign government who released him after they were done.

The original source of this terrorist plot then admitted the whole thing was made up. Of course the CIA still took credit for foiling the evil plan that never actually existed but who wants details? That will so teach Gul a lesson should he ever decide to become a terrorist.   

Back when Bush was President politicians could do almost anything dodgy and no one would say a thing because they would be too afraid to be called unpatriotic. The whole wars of terror invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan are perfect examples of the Edmund Burke quote, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" Opposition to Bush didn't exist until it was safe to criticize him. 

Now that old snake John McCain is sniffing the wind with his tongue and said about enhanced interrogation "stained our national honor, did much harm, and little practical good." He thinks his shit don't stink cos he was tortured in Nam and so he knows it all. This is the same man who voted to invade Iraq by saying that Saddam was  "A threat to every nation that claims membership in the civilized world by virtue of its respect for law and fundamental human values."

It turns out that it is America doing most of the threats to the civilised world with little or no respect for human values..... Ka - Chow!

Joe Biden, Hilary Clinton and John Kerry also sided with Bush and his outright lies  faulty CIA intel about weapons of mass destruction that Saddam never had. David Albright, a former United Nations weapons inspector and many other experts were silenced by the White house up to 6 months before the vote to invade even took place. It seems that the Bush admin had already made up their mind to invade anyway.

Senator Dianne Feinstein urged Bush to get the CIA to write up an estimate of just how much of a global threat Iraq really was.
Condoleeza Rice, the National Security Adviser more or less said, 'ain't nobody got time for that' when she said "We don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud."

The only mushrooms are the American people, kept in the dark and fed on shit. 

I wanna invade Iraq, get me something on them. No really meant to say Iraq, not Iran.

 "Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." ~ George W Bush.

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