Thursday, February 22, 2018


So we know that Marshall and his family were taken out.After reading the chapters included here,I am thinking he was murdered not so much for what he says about 911,but rather how he tied certain people together in 2 different scandals,911 and Iran/Contra. I think it very important we remember,starting with the murder of the 33 day pope John Paul 1 and the attempted assassination of Reagan a few things and their cause.I was all of 24 in 1980,and I remember through the cloud of smoke,that what struck me odd,was that the country would elect an actor for president.Anyhow I am starting to ramble beyond comment status,a timely reminder is how this read to me.It puts me at a good place to start some material from 1980 Timeline,stay tuned...


Jet America 
In 1983, I was hired by a Learjet charter company based at Lakefront Airport in New Orleans. Although we were a legitimate charter operation, rumors were that we were really a front and money laundry for a major group of political players involved in a series of questionable special activities. 
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After about a year with “the company”, I began flying a wise guy named Barry Seal, a gregarious man of forty with a quick wit and photographic memory. In the early 1980's, Barry was becoming a legend around the backwaters of southeast Louisiana. Local pilots had all heard the rumors that Mr. Seal was a covert agent of God-only-knew-which government agency. He had accumulated a wide assortment of airplanes and helicopters and would appear out of nowhere at Lakefront or any other Gulf Coast airport and disappear just as quickly, usually in a black Mercedes or black Hughes helicopter. 
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For the next six months, I would be Barry Seal’s Geronimo Line, his air escape route in a dangerous Drug Enforcement Agency mission to capture Pablo Escobar, a notorious Columbian who ran the Medellin Drug Cartel. I flew his Learjet 23, a six seat rocket ship that had enough room for Seal, two politicians and two Tumi suitcases. I figured he was either one hell of a suitcase salesman or was running cash all over North and Central America. 

Soon, I was catapulted into a wild world of coordinated activity within a cloud of secrecy. Our operation took us all over the country and I was trained to leave no tracks. Everything from jet fuel to hotel suites was paid for out of a seemingly endless supply of cold cash. 

Flying for Barry was never routine and wherever we went there were always armed guards, their gun handles protruding above the belt in the back. They would patrol our driving routes and station themselves around any hotel where we stayed. Anywhere we went, Barry would hand me a new digital beeper and I was never certain when it would light up with orders to launch. 

Those orders were always short and specific. He expected that I arrive not a minute early and not a minute late. It might be two in the morning or two in the afternoon, but I was always to have one engine running and the entry door unlocked. Once Barry was safely inside the plane, he would roar, “Haul ass” and I would immediately taxi to the runway and get us airborne, the true destination a mystery until we were in our hideout, the dark blue stratosphere 40,000 feet up. I had no idea who might be in pursuit, but I knew that I didn’t want to find out even as I tried, but usually failed, to anticipate Seal’s next move. [Now that the author is admitting this activity,I have to view this information in a different light,as well as his death and that of his family DC]

As the mission to capture Escobar progressed, Barry began telling me of a second assignment. We would be soon be flying cargo for Uncle, which was his term for our covert government operation. One morning, we launched from Lakefront and flew to Columbus, Ohio, and over the next few weeks, courtesy of the American taxpayers, the Ohio National Guard arranged many things for us. One of which was a training course for Mr. Seal on the four engine Lockheed C-123 Provider, a Vietnam-era military cargo plane. 

A few weeks later, on a warm Key West night in June 1984, I stood on the tarmac next to the Lear and watched as the Provider was loaded with crate after crate of M-16's and ammunition. The work was precise and clean. Six athletic men, all dressed in black, loaded the entire plane in less than ten minutes.[Iran/Contra affair? DC] 

After the weaponry came lawn mowers, a dozen weed-whackers, some covered pallets, and finally two shiny new Harley-Davidson motorcycles. All of this had come out of a Ryder rental truck, and all of it was done in a flash. The loaders quickly jumped back into the truck and sped away as the gates to the tarmac opened just long enough to let the anonymous truck out. In a blink, there was no sign that anything had ever happened. 

For months, I flew in this bubble of strange activity. I knew that landing in the middle of the night at all kinds of remote airports with nary a visit nor a word from any form of local law enforcement meant that this special activity had a special green light. 

Two years later, after I began my airline career, all of the newspapers reported that Barry Seal had been gunned down in a mobster type hit. Then one day I just happened to see a Congressional hearing on television. The man that ran our operation was testifying before Congress. 

I could hardly believe my eyes—or ears. 
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Oliver North (left) dressed as he appeared when undercover as C.I.A. agent John Cathey
Was this possible? Here was Mr. John Cathey as I had never seen him, wearing a United States Marines uniform and speaking with high-flown patriotism; of taking orders directly from President Reagan. I knew he was lying and sure enough, he was ultimately convicted of lying to Congress. His new name was mysterious. Everyone was referring to John Cathey as someone else – as Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North. [1] 

With only casual interest, I became aware that our activities back in 1984 were a major part of something called the Iran-Contra scandal. My interest slowly transformed into years of deep research. In 1995, I began writing a novel based on my personal experiences of the Contra affair and my year flying with Barry Seal. It took me five years to understand who was behind the operation. 

Through congressional records and published first hand accounts, it became evident that this group behind the Contra operation was run out of Vice President George Bush’s office in 1984. Just four years later, Bush and the Intelligence Community** had control of the United States Executive Branch. From 1988 to 1992, George Bush was the President of the United States and by 1998, a troubling scenario was developing: His son, George W., the Governor of Texas, had become a candidate to be the next president of the United States. 

I wrote with a sense of urgency, a warning that this Bush group would spell a disaster for America. But with nearly daily discoveries of Bush-related bank heists like B.C.C.I and the Savings and Loan scandal, the writing of the book encountered delays. I would not finish until after Junior was elected president and after the revolutionary day that was 9/11. For me personally, since the election in 2000, it’s been like watching two trains collide. On 9/11, the sick feeling that I had was of personal failure to get the story out in time. 

In the research of the Contra operation, it became apparent that Barry Seal was running arms, cash and contraband under Marine Colonel Oliver North under the direction of Vice President George Bush. Obviously, there were high-crimes committed that warranted congressional hearings which led to special prosecutor Lawrence Walsh. After a five year investigation Walsh wrote that there was “a vast, lucrative international arms and drug trafficking market had prospered” just below President Reagan.[2] When the case was set for trial in late 1992, Bush was president and he simply pardoned all six defendants on Christmas Eve. There would be no trial, no oaths, no anything. 

They got away with it, but as we revisit this Contra scandal in the next two chapters, we begin to see that major players in the dirty deeds of the 1980's will reappear in the 9/11 evidence. Some things don’t change. Most interesting is the collaboration between U.S. “special activities” and Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan.

Two For One Scandals 
Anyone born before 1960 may remember Iran-Contra, the Reagan Administration’s biggest scandal of the 1980's. As a minor player in the Contra side of this operation, and a twenty year researcher of these special activities, I can tell you a few things that over the years seem to have been lost. 

For starters, these were two completely separate operations. Most important is that Ronald Reagan had little to do with either. Both scandals began and ended at the Vice President’s office where the former CIA Director and his personal attorney, James Baker III, who had slipped in as Reagan’s Chief of Staff, ran both operations. These two fellas immediately began setting up a secret government from the day they rode Reagan’s coattails into Washington in early 1981. America has never been the same. 

The Iran portion of the 1984 Iran-Contra scandal involved the covert illegal sale of missiles and other arms to the Khomeini-led Iranian government during the Iran-Iraq War. While Reagan and his Secretary of State, George Shultz, announced Operation Staunch, the administration’s international campaign to stop all countries from selling arms to the “terrorist state” of Iran, what were Baker and our Vice President doing down in the White House basement? Selling arms to the Iranians! 
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The Contra portion involved arming terrorists who were bombing farms and villages in Nicaragua. Contras was the romantic term for the counterrevolutionaries of corporate America’s friend, the iron-fisted dictator Somoza, who had been successful in keeping labor costs at peasant levels for American enterprises in rubber and fruit, but had been booted out by a new democratic movement led by Daniel Ortega. The U.S. Congress, after many debates on arming the Contras, decided against any funding at all. 

Congress passed two initiatives, the Boland Amendments I and II, specifically prohibiting any U.S. involvement in funding or aiding the Contras. It didn’t buy the White House argument that Ortega’s Nicaragua was a threat to the United States. In fact, history shows that there was never a threat. The stories generated by Baker** and Bush** about the Soviets supplying arms to Nicaragua all proved to have been manufactured. [1] 

Bush ran a quasi government in Reagan’s basement at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with a dozen staff members, led by Oliver North and his assistant Fawn Hall. Reagan had no idea what was happening in the covert office below. When the scandal broke, North and Hall began a week-long cover up by shredding thousands of documents in the White House basement. [2] 

When we take the time to study these two separate impeachable high crimes orchestrated by the same fellows – Vice President George H.W. Bush**, Chief of Staff to the President James Baker** and Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North** – we might realize that the false pointing to Reagan would provide hints about what happened in the case of 9/11. The method of committing an egregious crime and providing a false point away from the true criminals has worked repeatedly. In the case of Iran-Contra, Bush and Baker sent the media on a wild goose chase with questions about how much President Reagan knew. The answer is that he didn’t know enough about who was leading him around. They used our President as the decoy. 

Now, in the year 2012, we see that Bush Senior** and Baker** were the men behind the curtain, laying the foundation of our present day Intelligence Community**. A further observation is that Bush Junior and Dick Cheney drained our treasury over a span of eight years and left their successors with a financial disaster. Twelve trillion dollars plus the normal taxpayer contributions were all spent. They left office just about the time the first late notice arrived. Good luck, bra.

Executive Orders 
One of history’s most successful partnerships has been that between the winners of the 1958 Houston Country Club Men’s Tennis Doubles Championship. Of the partners, one was a 34-year-old Connecticut native and United States Senator’s son with a narrow focus on becoming President of the United States. The other was a well-connected third-generation Houston lawyer, only 28, who would go on to master the superpower game. These two would synergize as the world’s most powerful political duo. George Herbert Walker Bush and James A. Baker III would evolve into a two-headed power monster.[1] 

Twenty-two years later, in the 1980 Presidential campaign, Bush’s tennis partner had become his campaign manager. In a major push for their first shot at the American presidency, they lost badly to former California Gov. Ronald Reagan. Nevertheless, they would find a way to take the reins of the real White House agenda and the Treasury for the next 12 years. 

As Reagan looked toward the general election against an embattled Jimmy Carter, an insistent voice was emerging from the East Coast upper-crust establishment. Major donors began whispering the name of George Bush and alluding to his amazing ties to a vast combine involving Texas oil, the CIA and Wall Street. Against Reagan’s original inclinations, Bush, who had lambasted him in the primaries by labeling his vision “voodoo economics,” was chosen as the running mate and the geopolitically balanced ticket won a landslide victory. [2] 

After the election and before Reagan took the oath of office, a smooth play was made on the president-elect that would swap out major parts of the Reagan agenda for the plans of members of the Houston and Kennebunkport country clubs. Ed Meese, Reagan’s friend, campaign manager and fellow Californian, was Reagan’s first choice to be the chief of staff. But in the first critical move, Reagan was told that Bush’s campaign manager and attorney James Baker would be a better choice because of his expertise in the fine print department, which would (in theory) save the new White House many headaches. [3] 

Reagan bought it and on January 15, 1981, James Baker slipped into the large White House office while Meese was given a smaller office and the manufactured title of counselor to the president (with Cabinet rank). Baker, the chief of staff to the president, and Vice President Bush now held keys to all of America’s military and intelligence agencies. The ex-Marine lawyer from America’s oil capital and the former head of Central Intelligence now held the reins of the United States government. [4] 

First on the hit list was American labor. The Air Traffic Controllers had overwhelmingly voted for Reagan, but were soon dumped and replaced by nonunion workers. Of course, years later, those replacement workers were demanding a union, but the damage had been done and the tone set. Reagan, former head of the Screen Actors Guild, began to appear confused at his own actions against a union he had vowed to support. 

A silent, confounding shift went unnoticed by most American voters. While Reagan gave great speeches with positive messages accented with humor and perhaps the best timing of any politician in U.S. history, Bush and Baker slipped into the White House basement to build a covert government with CIA**, DEA** and black ops** assets. Today, this operation is called the Intelligence Community**

In the first year of this administration, the revolution began with a most interesting Executive Order that was signed by President Reagan; an order handed to him, along with an ink pen, by James Baker. It basically gave the Intelligence Community** the authority to do anything they deemed necessary and the legal right to deny these activities. Reagan signed the Executive Order 12333 in December of 1981. 

E.O 12333, a major alteration to the American Constitution, would lay the foundation for the revolutionary change. Bush Junior signed another Executive Order in 2004 that paved the way for more defined Intelligence Community authority. E.O 13355 insures that all intelligence goes through one man, the Director of National Intelligence, before it gets to the President. What’s the President going to say when the D.N.I says he can kill a super-terrorist? When the D.N.I told President Obama in 2011 that “special ops” was in a position to capture Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, the President was in a precarious situation. If he said no, he was screwed. Perhaps what he should have said was this: Okay, you have him surrounded, let’s see some surveillance photos, let’s see some proof. 

Today, as a result, the Intelligence Community is basically running the United States Government. This would be called a revolution away from our Constitution. The people who have made these changes are, by Constitutional definition, domestic enemies. 

“’Domestic enemies of the U.S. Constitution (regardless of status or position, past or present) are those who manipulate the law or lawmakers to violate the principles of freedom which our Founders and patriots have fought for[.] [They are those who] remove the safeguards [and rights it contains]. [They are those who] distort, circumvent, or in any way threaten the [original intention of the …] Constitution, minimize [its] sovereignties, infringe upon state and individual rights, usurp authority, advance [or tolerate] tyranny [by any branch - legislative, executive, or judicial], who conceal or promote [such treason], or provide immunity or pardons for such.” [5]

The Invisible's 
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After Congress specifically and expressly banned U.S. funds for the Contra's in 1984, we can now see that much of the Intelligence Community’s** financial issues were solved by Prince Bandar bin Sultan of Saudi Arabia. As we have seen, Prince Bandar also solved the financial issues of the 9/11 hijackers through accounts traced to him at the Riggs Bank in Washington in 2001. [A reader once sent me a long file on this bank and the family behind it,I need to find that file,his title for this chapter fits very nicely for this part of it,as I was unaware of this bank and its significance to Intelligence DC] 

In a letter that Ollie North** wrote to Prince Bandar (as reported by William Simpson in 2006 in The Prince: The Secret Story of the World’s Most Intriguing Royal, Prince Bandar bin Sultan) we see: 

“My Friend, 

Next week, a sum in excess of $20 million will be deposited in the usual account … It should allow us to bridge the gap between now and when the vote is taken and the funds are turned on again.” 

In fact, those funds from Congress would never be turned on again. North wrote that the money should be used to “redeploy and hide Contra forces.” These forces would be involved in brutally assaulting the Nicaraguan working class. “This new money will provide great flexibility we have not enjoyed to date” and “help train the forces” (training that Barry Seal was supervising) “and volunteers to develop a regular air re-supply operation.” North later confirmed that “it was a deal that was never supposed to be exposed to the light of day; nor was the fact that Saudi Arabia was the key financier.” [1] 

Bandar was quoted as saying, in The Prince, that he knew this deal was “politically dicey.” North would testify in front of Congress that Bandar “had sought to keep under wraps his role in funneling millions through a Swiss bank account” and “he was promised we were going to keep it a secret, and we tried.” When the secret was spilled, the Contra special prosecutor started asking embarrassing questions and Bandar refused to cooperate, claiming diplomatic immunity. That’s all it took to stop the questioning. [2] 

Prince Bandar, on October 21, 1986 would issue the following statement from the Saudi Embassy in Washington: 

“Saudi Arabia is not and has not been involved either directly or indirectly in any military or other support activity of any kind for or in connection with any group or groups concerned with Nicaragua.” [3] Oh really? 

Reagan was quoted as saying, after hearing about the illegal arms shipments, “If such a story gets out, we’ll all be hanging by our thumbs in front of the White House.” [4] 
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Believing he had the full support of the White House, Bandar watched the congressional hearings on television and the testimony of then National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane. Funny things happen when National Security Advisers are placed under oath; they tend to tell the truth. McFarlane testified, “It became pretty obvious to the Saudi ambassador, that his country would gain a considerable amount of favor, and frankly, they thought it was the right thing to do; they would provide the support when Congress cut it [funding for the Contras] off.” 

McFarland continued, “In May or June of 1984, [Seal began the flight from Key West on June 6] a ‘foreign’ official [he later identified Bandar] offered to donate to the Contra cause.” [5] 

Prince Bandar explained in The Prince about the Congressional testimony of his former friend, the National Security Adviser. “He spilled his guts and let me down. The time I lied to the media I said, ‘We have nothing to do with it and America never talked to me about it’ – because that is what he and I agreed to say. I said to him, ‘Look, I don’t care what the truth is; if you’re going to tell some story, let’s tell it together. If it’s a lie, then let’s lie together. If it’s the truth, then let’s tell the same story. But you’re going to kill yourself or me if we tell different stories.’” [6] Bandar continued with his outrage at McFarlane, “And he sits in front of the whole world in Congress and says, ‘I must confess, Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia called me one day and said, Come on over – we want to help you and the Contras – can we give you twenty-five million?’” Bandar continued, “He not only lied, because I didn’t give a damn about the Contras – I didn’t even know where Nicaragua was – but he came to me in the middle of the night saying, ‘Look, we need help,’ etc., etc., and I said, ‘Fine, but has the president authorized this?’ McFarlane said, ‘I will take you there to see him and he will say Thank you.’ I said, ‘Fine, that’s all I need.’ ” [7]
After James Baker pointed down to North and lesser players, Ollie showed up at Congressional hearings in his Marine uniform and the bewildered country could only see a very patriotic young soldier who was just doing what his President wished. He was later indicted on 16 felony counts and only convicted of three: aiding and abetting in the obstruction of a congressional inquiry, destruction of documents and accepting an illegal gratuity. [8] He was given a three-year prison sentence, which was suspended, a $150,000 fine and 1,200 hours of community service. On July 20, 1990, however,all the convictions were overturned by a federal appeals court and the sentences were vacated. 
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In 1996, prize-winning investigative journalist Gary Webb wrote a series for the San Jose Mercury News that linked North’s project to the CIA and further to the distribution of crack cocaine in the 1980's into Los Angeles, the profits having been funneled to the Contras. Webb found that the influx of Nicaraguan-supplied cocaine had fueled the widespread crack epidemic that swept through urban areas. In 1998, CIA Inspector General Frederick Hitz confirmed much of what Webb had alleged, reporting that Contra-related entities involved in the drug trade had been protected from law enforcement by the Reagan-Bush administration. [9] 

On December 11, 2004, Gary Webb died from two gunshot wounds to the head, shots described in media reports as self-inflicted, an unprecedented feat. [10] 

A congressional report on the scandal stated that the administration exhibited “secrecy, deception and disdain for the law.” [11] Congress noted that President Reagan had been unaware of most, if not all, of the illicit activity, leaving Vice President Bush** and Baker** as the highest ranking covert operators. Mysteriously, the congressional investigators didn’t probe into the Bush claim that he was out of the loop. Large volumes of documents relating to the scandal were destroyed or withheld from investigators by administration officials**. With the official White House** podium churning out confusing disinformation, Reagan became labeled as the Teflon president. 

The U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs reported in 1988 that members of the State Department** “who provided support for the Contras were involved in drug trafficking, and elements of the Contras themselves knowingly received financial and material assistance from drug traffickers.” [12] The Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 1989 concluded that “senior U.S. policy makers were not immune to the idea that drug money was a perfect solution to the Contras’ funding problems.” [13] 

The congressional report, known as the Tower Commission (nicknamed from Texas Senator John Tower) went on to say that “the Contra drug links included … payments to drug traffickers by the U.S. State Department of funds authorized by the Congress for humanitarian assistance to the Contras, in some cases after the traffickers had been indicted by federal law enforcement agencies on drug charges, in others while traffickers were under active investigation by these same agencies.” [14] Former DEA agents testified that drug trafficking was conducted with full knowledge of the CIA. The agents further alleged that investigations were hindered by U.S. government agencies. [15] 

Once again, congressional inquiries found alarming criminal evidence against this surging power in the Intelligence Community**, but for some odd reason, the media refused to present these issues to the American taxpayer. Is this really a group that you’d want to give the keys to the United States Treasury?[No surprise there in hindsight DC] 

On January 29, 1997, The Wall Street Journal reported on activities at the Mena, Arkansas, airport that involved then-Governor Bill Clinton in a cover-up of illegal drug trading activity. [15] 

Mena, Arkansas was the spook hub for unmarked weapons going out and cocaine coming in. This led to the 1980's explosion of cocaine and crack.

The article stated: “At the center of the web of speculation spun around Mena (Arkansas) are a few undisputed facts: One of the most successful drug informants in U.S. history, smuggler Barry Seal, based his air operation at Mena. At the height of his career, he was importing as much as a thousand pounds of cocaine per month, and had a personal fortune estimated at more than $50 million. After becoming an informant for the Drug Enforcement Administration, he worked at least once with the CIA, in a Sandinista drug sting. He was gunned down by Colombian hit men in Baton Rouge, La., in 1986.” 

Meanwhile, the special prosecutor had been collecting evidence on the scandal for the past six years. It appeared that George Bush and his gang were in deep trouble with indictments of six of his lieutenants. This added to his re-election defeat to Bill Clinton in November spelled doom for George Bush. Finally, we would get them all under oath and all of the illegal matters of secret armies, secret cocaine smuggling and all the items we will see in the next chapter would have been exposed. 

But, wouldn’t you know, on Christmas Eve of 1992, shortly before leaving office, President George H. W. Bush pardoned all six defendants in the scandal: Elliott Abrams, Duane R. Clarridge, Alan Fiers, Clair George, Robert C. McFarlane and Caspar W. Weinberger. Elliott Abrams had pleaded guilty to obstructing justice. 

In 2001, President George W. Bush appointed Abrams as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director on the National Security Council for Near East and North African Affairs. In 2011, Intelligence insider Steve Pieczenik said that Abrams was a Bush Administration operative in the false flag on 9/11, along with Cheney and Rice. [16] 

John Poindexter had been convicted of multiple felony counts for conspiracy, obstruction of justice, lying to Congress, defrauding the government and the alteration and destruction of evidence; in 2001, President George W. Bush named him his Director of the Information Awareness Office. [17] 

John Cathey/Ollie North can be seen on national television as a Fox News icon, having come within a whisker of being elected U.S. Senator from Virginia in 1994. On election eve, Nancy Reagan told a reporter that North had lied repeatedly to her husband about Iran-Contra. [18] 

Lawrence E. Walsh’s on the Pardons (New York Times article on December 25, 1992) Merry Christmas! 

Six years after the arms-for-hostages scandal began to cast a shadow that would darken two Administrations, President Bush today granted full pardons to six former officials in Ronald Reagan’s Administration, including former Defense Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger. 

Mr. Weinberger was scheduled to stand trial on Jan. 5 [1993] on charges that he lied to Congress about his knowledge of the arms sales to Iran and efforts by other countries to help underwrite the Nicaraguan rebels, a case that was expected to focus on Mr. Weinberger’s private notes that contain references to Mr. Bush’s endorsement of the secret shipments to Iran. 

In one remaining facet of the inquiry, the independent prosecutor, Lawrence E. Walsh, plans to review a 1986 campaign diary kept by Mr. Bush. Mr. Walsh has characterized the President’s failure to turn over the diary until now as misconduct. 

Decapitated Walsh Efforts 

But in a single stroke, Mr. Bush swept away one conviction, three guilty pleas and two pending cases, virtually decapitating what was left of Mr. Walsh’s effort, which began in 1986. Mr. Bush’s decision was announced by the White House in a printed statement after the President left for Camp David, where he will spend the Christmas holiday. 

Mr. Walsh bitterly condemned the President’s action, charging that “the Iran-contra cover-up, which has continued for more than six years, has now been completed.” 

Mr. Walsh directed his heaviest fire at Mr. Bush over the pardon of Mr. Weinberger, whose trial would have given the prosecutor a last chance to explore the role in the affair of senior Reagan officials, including Mr. Bush’s actions as Vice President. 

‘Evidence of Conspiracy’ Mr. Walsh hinted that Mr. Bush’s pardon of Mr. Weinberger and the President’s own role in the affair could be related. For the first time, he charged that Mr. Weinberger’s notes about the secret decision to sell arms to Iran, a central piece of evidence in the case against the former Pentagon chief, included “evidence of a conspiracy among the highest ranking Reagan Administration officials to lie to Congress and the American public.” 

The prosecutor charged that Mr. Weinberger’s efforts to hide his notes may have “forestalled impeachment proceedings against President Reagan” and formed part of a pattern of “deception and obstruction.” On Dec. 11, Mr. Walsh said he discovered “misconduct” in Mr. Bush’s failure to turn over what the prosecutor said were the President’s own “highly relevant contemporaneous notes, despite repeated requests for such documents.” 

The notes, in the form of a campaign diary that Mr. Bush compiled after the elections in November 1986, are in the process of being turned over to Mr. Walsh, who said, “In light of President Bush’s own misconduct, we are gravely concerned about his decision to pardon others who lied to Congress and obstructed official investigations.” (end of passage) 

As for George H.W. Bush, on April 26, 1999, a seemingly rather uninteresting event took place in Langley, Virginia, when the Central Intelligence Agency’s Headquarters** were given a new name. Oddly enough, the building was named for a man who had served as CIA director only one year. It was named for a man who had been knee-deep in Iran-Contra, B.C.C.I and more during his term as Vice President of the United States. As for the celebrated War on Drugs, while Nancy and Ronald Reagan were mounting a campaign to “just say no” to drugs in the early 1980's, the Bush covert operation was supplying cocaine in epidemic proportions to America with a pipeline from Columbia using contractors like Barry Seal. 

This is just some of the special activities that were found in the Bush-Baker years. Later, in Chapter 19, we will see more shocking accounts of bank heists with reports of arms, gold and drug smuggling.

Special Activities 
In hindsight, Barry Seal may have been one of the original members of a very successful covert group who have become the rainmakers of the United States Intelligence Community**

Let’s take a look at the elite unit known as the Special Activities Division**. When we study the activities of this group, we learn that they are the thread that connects with every piece of the unverifiable accounts of 9/11, accounts that produce contradictions and decoys away from verifiable evidence. If we compare the methods and history of this group to Osama bin Laden, it is safe to conclude that this group actually has the capability to pull off a coordinated aerial attack and blame it on anyone they wish, while bin Laden’s capabilities have been limited to crude bombings and beheading's. 

Quoting from passages in the Washington Post series Secret America, we find that the Special Activities Division** is a division of the United States Central Intelligence Agency’s National Clandestine Service** responsible for covert operations, black operations and other “Special Activities,” including covert political action and paramilitary special operations. [1] 

Within Special Activities, there are two separate groups: one for paramilitary operations and another for political action. The Political Action Group is responsible for covert activities related to political influence, and psychological and economic warfare. The rapid development of technology has added cyber warfare to their mission. A large covert operation usually has components that involve many, or all, of these categories, as well as paramilitary operations. The division is supervised by the U.S. Secretary of State**. [2] 

Special Operations Group** is the element responsible for paramilitary operations. These operations include collection of intelligence in hostile countries and regions, and all high-threat military or intelligence operations with which the U.S. government does not wish to be overtly associated. As such, members of the unit (called Paramilitary Operations Officers) normally do not carry any objects or clothing (e.g., military uniforms) that would associate them with the United States government. If they are compromised during a mission, the government of the United States may deny all knowledge. [3] 

Special Activities provides the President of the United States with an option when overt military and/or diplomatic actions are not viable or politically feasible and is directly tasked by the President of the United States or the National Security Council at the President’s direction. This is unlike any other U.S. special mission force. As the action arm of the N.C.S, the Special Activities Division** conducts military direct action missions such as raids, ambushes, sabotage, targeted killings and unconventional warfare. On high profile ops they get romantic names like Seal Team Six. [4]

The political action group within Special Activities conducts the deniable psychological operations known as Black Propaganda. Propaganda includes leaflets, newspapers, magazines, books, radio, and television, all of which are geared to convey the U.S. message appropriate to the region. In the United States, the most obvious propaganda tool is the News Corporation’s Fox News and its perpetual circle of disinformation. [5] 

One of the News Corporation’s most effective Post 9/11 World tactics is planting viruses in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post or the National Geographic Channel, and then quoting the article and expanding the virus with loose, open discussions on TV talk shows like Hannity or the Factor. Incredibly, the News Corporation has developed a revolving door between elected officials, Wall Street and “contributors” to their hundreds of media outlets. Karl Rove, Ari Fleischer and all the 9/11 gang are still there, routinely broadcasting to tens of millions of unsuspecting taxpayers. With sexy anchors and swoooshing sounds, the message is obscure but steady: It’s all Obama’s fault and we need to continue the American invasion into Iran. Arabs and Muslims are the real bad people. We must kill them all before they come over here and kill all of us. The message is insanity. 

These techniques have expanded to cover the Internet as well. They may employ officers to work as journalists, recruit agents of influence, operate media platforms, plant certain stories or information in places it is hoped it will come to public attention, or seek to deny and/or discredit information that is public knowledge. [6] 

One statement that rings true was delivered by former CIA Director William Casey. On his deathbed he wrote, “The CIA has every imaginable media outlet covered.” [7] 

If you’d like to see an Intelligence agent working today, turn on your TV and know that the Justice and Foreign Affairs correspondents on all major networks, like Andrea Mitchell (married to Alan Greenspan) and Pete Williams are getting all their “intelligence” from the same exact source: unnamed officials of intelligence** or state** that just happen to show up covertly with unverifiable reports. I’m not saying these reporters are spies, but they are reading a script prepared at some point by intelligence officials** working out of the George Bush Center of Intelligence**. Viewer beware. 

I published a preliminary report (that was written to airline pilots in more technical terms) entitled False Flag 9/11, How Bush, Cheney and the Saudis Created the Post 9/11 World back in August of 2008 and sold the book through Amazon. Almost immediately, there were a series of “reviews” from supposed readers that completely distorted the book, claiming that the book was about some crazy missile theory or a controlled demolition of the W.T.C towers. Those theories popped up just after 9/11 and continue with something called the 9/11 Truth Movement. I suspect that this entire movement was planted by the Special Activities** as a “gray” operation. Once planted, we see people spewing bad information about all types of wild theories. It serves a purpose. For every second spent talking about how the buildings fell is a second that they are not talking about how those planes actually got there or how the Saudi government supported the hijackers. 

In all such propaganda efforts, “black” operations denote those in which the audience is to be kept ignorant of the source; “white” efforts are those in which the originator openly acknowledges himself; and “gray” operations are those in which the source is partly but not fully acknowledged. [8] 

Despite the lack of any credible evidence against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (K.S.M), the Special Activities Division** was directly responsible for the following critical events: 

The capture of K.S.M in Pakistan; 

The transportation of K.S.M to torture facilities** around the world; 

The transportation of K.S.M to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba**; 

The second-hand “testimony” of K.S.M to 9/11 Commission investigators; 

The second-hand “confession” of K.S.M that he was the 9/11 mastermind; 

The 183 documented trips to a water board to gain this confession.

Man Behind the Curtain

Chapter 9 
Based on my ten years of research writing my first book Lakefront Airport and first-hand experiences that are backed by logbook entries and personal records. The Iran-Contra experiences were well described in former CIA operative Terry Reed’s Compromised, Clinton, Bush and the CIA. The congressional investigation was conducted by the Tower Commission and the quotes sited are from the transcripts of those hearings. 

Chapter 10 This chapter relies on passages from The Prince by William Simpson and crosschecked with James Baker’s Stay Out of Politics. 
Note 1- Newsweek article is available on resource page of 
Note 2-,,20096566,00.html The Boland Amendments are congressional records. 

Chapter 11 
Note 1-4: Baker’s Stay out of Politics Executive Order 12333 and EO 13355 on resource page on 
Note 5: Domestic enemies definition “’Domestic enemies’ of the U.S. Constitution (regardless of status or position, past or present) are those who manipulate the law or lawmakers to violate the principles of freedom which our Founders and patriots have fought for[.] [They are those who] remove the safeguards [and rights it contains]. [They are those who] distort, circumvent, or in any way threaten the [original intention of the …] Constitution, minimize [its] sovereignties, infringe upon state and individual rights, usurp authority, advance [or tolerate] tyranny [by any branch - legislative, executive, or judicial], who conceal or promote [such treason], or provide immunity or pardons for such.” 

Chapter 12 
Notes 1-4, 6-7: accounts described in The Prince’s Chapter Four crosschecked with congressional transcripts during the Contra hearings. 
Notes 5,8: Bush’s true involvement of Contra scandal in Lawrence Walsh Report 
Notes 9-15 (2): Gary Webb series in the San Jose Mercury News, and hearings sited are linked on Crosscheck with 1.html 
Note 15: crosscheck with Wall Street article sited in text. 
Notes 16-17: sited in text Note 18: Nancy Reagan interview 

Chapter 13 
Notes 1-6, 8: This chapter links to the Washington Post series. 
Note 7: 

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