Monday, October 17, 2011

Servants of the Empire by Charles A. Burris

Servants of the Empire by Charles A. Burris:

"It seems fitting that in a country where people aspire to two of everything – cars, kids, and homes – we should have two histories as well. And so we do: a public chronicle, or "Disney version," so widely available as to be unavoidable . . . and a second one that remains secret, buried, and unnamed."

~ author Jim Hougan, Spooks: The Haunting of America – The Private Use of Secret Agents.

As LRC readers are well aware, I have a particular interest in this second area of "history" of which Hougan speaks, and have written about it quite extensively over the years.

Below is a fascinating chapter out of that hidden history with which most of you will not be familiar. I have been following this story of the "secret team" or shadow government, and CIA drug running and money laundering for over two decades. This account is a great summary for those new to these nefarious affairs.

One particular note regarding a person at the heart of the "secret team" discussed in the account below concerns Richard Armitage (Bilderberg group, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations) – the number two man in the George W. Bush State Department under Colin Powell, who referred to him as "my white son.".....

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