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Foreign Policy Mag Buries the Lead

Could this be BS? (Oh yeah, we did do that coup, but only after we called it off and one of our “skilled operators” a la Sarah Palin went rogue!) Foreign Policy Magazine an incredibly dubious source, the National Security Archive at George Washington University not to be trusted. 51 more words

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The New Chiquita Papers: "Records Identify Banana Executives who Bankrolled Terror in Colombia"

“Even after outside attorneys warned in February 2003 that it must stop payments to the outlaw paramilitary organization, Chiquita continued to pay the AUC for another 16 months.

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CIA Covert Ops in Italy Lasted Long After the 1948 Elections (National Security Archive)

“Despite rhetoric, Eisenhower was not prepared to intervene militarily to block Communists short of forcible seizure of power.”

Dr. Ronald D. Landa

State Department — Office of the Historian…

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TDA #94~Sept. 25, 2016:"DECLASSIFIED: CIA's Internal Draft-History Of Watergate", With Michael Best. 

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IN THIS EPISODE : Counterintelligence Expert, Declassified Documents Archivist and Deep Politics Analyst Michael Best (read Michael’s excellent blog and the articles relevant to our discussion at glomardisclosure.com , and access his outstanding archive at that1archive.org ) is back at the table with us to discuss the recently declassified CIA Watergate document along with his breakdown the Mainstream Media’s faulty reporting on the document, which ranges from misinformation to pure DIS-information. 103 more words