I really appreciate your feedback, questions, comments, and additional information. I am in the process of doing so many things at the moment that I have not yet had an opportunity to write up the horrific details of the murder of the Libyan of darker skin. I will do so at my earliest opportunity. I have received questions about how this actually started and I have the information on that, too. I am down here with two attorneys in addition to the journalists so whatever I send out I want it to able to be tested in a court of law. NATO’s serial allegations could not and would not stand up in a court of law. Therefore the psy-ops operation to win in the court of public opinion–as Frank Wisner coined it, “the Mighty Wurlitzer.” While a wurlitzer is a brand of high quality musical instruments, usually referring to pianos and organs, the term “Mighty Wurlitzer” was coined by CIA agent Frank Wisner to describe the network of small organizations and magazines that the agency used to propagate its message during the Cold War: a mass of information and intelligence capable of playing the tunes the rest of the world would dance to. The world is being subjected to a massive “perception management” campaign, especially on Libya right now. Soon, the Wurlitzer will be focused and playing a tune for you to believe on Iran, Venezuela, and more. At the 1999 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. murder trial, Mr. William Schaap, attorney, military and intelligence specialization, co-publisher “Covert Action Quarterly” testified that approximately 30% of the CIA budget at that time was devoted to this “Wurlitzer.” Imagine what it is today! And finally, please remember, it was Wisner’s son whom President Obama sent in recently to manage events in Egypt! If you believe anything at all from these guys, then you are truly being played!
With that having been said, let me quickly respond to the rape issue and later I will send out something more comprehensive and at the standard that I have indicated above. Here’s what Amnesty International has said as reported on 9 July 2011 in the New York Times: “Amnesty International said in a statement on Thursday that the group’s researchers, working in eastern Libya, Misurata and in refugee camps along the Tunisian border, ‘have not to date turned up significant hard evidence to support this allegation’ of systematic rape.”
Here’s what I sent to one person, but because I’ve received more inquiries, I’ll share this with you all and then get back to you on the other issues in due course.
Here’s my short response:
“99% of what is appearing is a result of psy-ops. The United States very well knows what Viagra does to troops. If you go to my Congressional website you will see a floor speech by me complaining about the US making Viagra an approved drug for our soldiers. The speech, given many years ago, could be entitled ‘Locked, Cocked, and Ready to Rock’ and should be in the Congressional Record. Read this from just a few years ago:
“‘CIA give Afghan warlords Viagra in exchange for information on Taliban
The CIA has secured co-operation from ageing Afghan warlords by providing them with an unusual incentive – Viagra.
By Toby Harnden in Washington
4:38PM GMT 26 Dec 2008
“Whatever it takes to make friends and influence people – whether it’s building a school or handing out Viagra,” one veteran CIA officer told The Washington Post.
According to the newspaper, pills to boost the libidos of Afghan tribal patriarchs are the latest in a long line of inducements including medicine or operations for family, toys and school equipment, tooth extractions and visas.
In one case, a warlord aged 60 who was struggling to satisfy his four younger wives was also holding back information that could be crucial to American interests.
A clandestine CIA operatives who was visiting sensed an opportunity and reached into his bag for a small gift of four blue pills. “Take one of these,” he said. “You’ll love it.”
Four days later, the CIA man returned to a beaming warlord – whether there were any smiles form his wives was not reported. The warlord furnished the CIA with invaluable details of Taliban supply routes and movements before requesting more pills.
More traditional CIA bribes involved money and guns. But they can be problematic because the weapons might be used against American forces and money can compromise an informant who is not careful about how visibly it is spent.
“If you give an asset $1,000, he’ll go out and buy the shiniest junk he can find, and it will be apparent that he has suddenly come into a lot of money from someone,” Jamie Smith, a former CIA officer, told The Washington Post.
“Even if he doesn’t get killed, he becomes ineffective as an informant because everyone knows where he got it.”
The trick was to identify a means of pleasing the CIA source enough to guarantee his loyalty without making it obvious to others that he’s being rewarded.
“You’re trying to bridge a gap between people living in the 18th century and people coming in from the 21st century so you look for those common things in the form of material aid that motivate people everywhere.'”