Intelligence Agencies Make Their Living By Lying, But Now They’re Truthful?

cia-william-casey-quoteBy Jon Rappoport

A few delicious contradictions and dissonances:

The political Left has long attacked the CIA and other spying agencies as criminal liars, but suddenly those agencies are as pure as the driven snow, because they claim Russia hacked the US election and took victory away from Hillary Clinton.

Putin, the supposed arch-villain in this operation, heavily censors the press in Russia. That would be bad—except now, many of the people who support the claim that Putin masterminded the election-hack in the US want to heavily censor independent media outlets in the US, who claim the Russian hack is a lie based on zero evidence. Putin censoring news in Russia=bad. Censoring “fake news” in the US=good.

In the push for launching Gulf War 2 in Iraq, the political Left in the US demanded detailed proof that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. When it comes to the accusation that Russia hacked the US election, no proof is necessary. After all, the CIA must protect its “sources and methods.” A simple assertion of hacking is sufficient.

Among green opponents of GMO crops, it’s common knowledge that the FDA never offered evidence of safety before certifying GMOs in the 1990s. However, those green people who support Hillary only need the CIA to say Russia hacked the election to believe it. No evidence necessary.

Here is a 1981 statement attributed to Bill Casey, incoming director of the CIA: “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”

And how about this one, from David Talbot, author of The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government. Talbot is discussing James Jesus Angleton, who was the head of Agency counterintelligence from 1954-1975:

These were some of James Jesus Angleton’s dying words. ‘Fundamentally, the founding fathers of U.S. intelligence were liars. The better you lied and the more you betrayed, the more likely you would be promoted. . . . Outside of their duplicity, the only thing they had in common was a desire for absolute power. I did things that, in looking back on my life, I regret. But I was part of it and loved being in it’…

What we’re really looking at here, in the “Russian hack” allegation, is a wholesale revision of attitude toward the US intelligence community. Now, because it’s convenient for “progressives,” these agencies are protecting the security of the United States with truth, honesty, and righteous investigations.

Much of this revisionist propaganda is aimed at the young, who have never studied the history of the CIA, have zero knowledge of its regime-change ops, its MKULTRA mind-control programs, or its illegal structure that exceeds by miles its original charter.

The NSA is also, of course, involved in the Russian-hack story, because that agency spies on emails and phone calls 24/7. They would surely be able to present evidence about who hacked the Hillary, DNC, and Podesta emails—if indeed any hacking, as opposed to inside leaking, occurred at all. But if they offered information, would you believe them? They’ve been lying about the extent of their spying for decades. Their track record doesn’t inspire holy trust.

These days, major media are lining up behind the Russian-hack claim. For them, nothing matters except the political agenda. For them, the election isn’t over and it never will be. Donald Trump scorched them, time and time again, during the campaign, and they will have their revenge, no matter what it takes.

Further, the emails WikiLeaks released reveal extensive cooperation between the press, the DNC, and Hillary Clinton. That’s a bitter pill for the press to swallow, to say the least.

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For example, the Daily Caller (10/17/16) reported:

A Politico reporter has been caught sending his journalism to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman for approval.

In an April 30, 2015 email, released Monday by WikiLeaks, Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush asked John Podesta to approve his writing pre-publication. Thrush begged Podesta not to tell anyone he had shared the copy and referred to himself as ‘a hack’ in the email exchange.

‘No worries Because I have become a hack I will send u the whole section that pertains to u,’ Thrush wrote to Podesta. ‘Please don’t share or tell anyone I did this Tell me if I fucked up anything’.”

The Politico reporter then included five paragraphs from a story he would publish May 1 titled: ‘Hillary’s big-money dilemma’. Podesta replied that, off-the-record, there were ‘no problems’.

Just to be clear, Glenn Thrush isn’t saying he’s a hacker. He’s saying he’s a hack. offers a useful definition of the term: “a professional who renounces or surrenders individual independence, integrity, belief, etc., in return for money or other reward in the performance of a task normally thought of as involving a strong personal commitment…”

But that’s not all. On December 12, 2016, Huffington Post reported: “Politico chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush is joining The New York Times to cover the White House, the newspaper confirmed Monday.”

Over the past eight years, Thrush has emerged as one of Politico’s standout journalists, most recently writing a 13,000-word dive into the pivotal moments of the 2016 election.

‘We’re thrilled that Glenn Thrush is joining The Times,’ Elisabeth Bumiller, the paper’s Washington bureau chief, said in a statement to The Huffington Post. ‘He’s a premier political journalist, a master of breaking news and long-form story telling and a stellar addition to our White House team’.

Wikipedia offers this telling paragraph on the revelations about Thrush in the WikiLeaks-released email: “The email and its wording prompted criticism of Thrush from some commentators and on social media. Thrush replied on Twitter that ‘checking if a portion of a story that pertained to him [Podesta] was accurate… I DO THIS WITH EVERYBODY.’ Politico’s vice president of communications, Brad Dayspring, said that ‘Glenn is one of the top political reporters in the country, in no small part because he understands that it is his job is to get inside information, not appear perfect when someone illegally hacks email… I can speak with firsthand knowledge and experience that Glenn checks the validity of often complex reporting with everybody, on both sides of the aisle’.”

Are you getting this? Are you getting the dazzling spin? It’s quite hilarious. Rotten eggs are turned into caviar.

For big media, it’s vital to support the Russian-hack story. It allows them to denounce and reject the CONTENT of the leaked emails and divert people from focusing on the press-Hillary cooperation throughout the presidential campaign.

“Who cares what the leaked emails SAY? All you need to know is: THE RUSSIANS DID IT. Russians are bad. We are good. Russians bad. We good.”

The CIA is good, too. Always was.

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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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6 Comments on "Intelligence Agencies Make Their Living By Lying, But Now They’re Truthful?"

  1. Been thinking about that one a lot lately. Casey, Colby, I couldn’t remember. Two guys, both heads of the CIA, one a successor to the other, both five-letter last names, both begin with C. Whatever. Whoever.

    I. Am. Not. Confused. 🙂 I’da guessed Casey. I think it was Colby went down in a boating “accident”, on a beautiful calm day, and despite having a reputation as a MOST assiduously careful boater— right before having to testify in congress.

  2. Nailed it J.R….there are those that are practiced in the art of ‘offence/defense’ logic that will try & convince the gullible that “black is white & white is black”…a quote from F.Scott Fitzgerald is apropos at this point:
    “The test of first rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time… & still have the ability to function”…whereas what we have here is a classic example of a psy-op that elicits the ol Hegelian sorcery of cognitive dissonance inducing befuddlement for those that are trapped in the aforementioned ‘offense / defense’ logic against the unwitting population that’s used so adroitly by those we are not allowed to criticize.

  3. You win Casey, everything I thought I knew is as fake as the boob tube spew.
    Even the Earth spinning ball theory spewed from the one pic NASA (never a straight answer) printed back in the 70’s is a lie.
    Nothing on the international scene can be expected to be truthful.
    All MSM is bought off and spews the script.
    Even the so called right wing talking call in radio show hosts won’t spew anything except what they are told happens, except Alex and the ALT stations on the internet.
    I believe in myself and my Family and will protect them at all costs, don’t much care about anything else.
    MSM is dead, Long Live ALT.

  4. Is the CIA lying about being truthful or truthful about lying???

  5. That comment by William Casey cannot be interpreted as anything else but direct declaration of war on the American population by what eventually turns out to be an ‘outside agency’ hostile to the American interests and with morbid intentions to the rest of the world.
    Probably nothing less expected from a malevolent, burrowing intestinal parasite.

  6. Kenneth Pilgreen | January 7, 2017 at 3:11 pm | Reply

    Well written article and interesting posts, though not sure what aliens have to do with any of this. I have basically been unwilling to believe in much of anything on faith, especially from a branch of government since a teenager. As a scientist and clinical neurologist, I manage to even tear apart well written scientific articles in the literature, where the methodology is not good. I studied the history of rhetoric dating back to the ancient Greeks, who were masters at mesmerizing the populace into doing stupid things (e.g. Athens attacking Syracuse). So when someone just comes out and says something, no matter what it is, it is simply something said, nothing more. There is no question that Washington used a network of spies to spin a web of lies on intentions to help win the revolutionary war, and that he was a fan of Thucydides, a treasure written for all time. But he also exercised moral authority at all times to get people on the fence to “Do the Right Thing” or our early republic would have failed. The stuff I hear today in the media is a lame attempt at a magician trick that is finally failing. My question is “Where is patriotism”. Why are all these people not worried about where we are headed. The average man a woman, I encounter every day, except the drug addicts, are concerned about this. I will also quote Jefferson on this “That Government is best that Governs Least” and the last administration to markedly reduce the size of government while bolstering freedom for all, e.g. civil rights was Kennedy.

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