Friday, February 9, 2018

David Talbot - The Dark Side of Allen Dulles The Greatest Untold Story of American Power U S History 2015

Another really interesting video which shows how the deep state works. The Dulles brothers worked for the CIA but also worked in Wall Street at their law firm, it was a revolving door. The Dulles brothers did not work alone but were part of the ruling elite who really run America. This inside group of ultra rich would make all the decisions, what counties leaders were going to be disposed of, all the coups, and every war. They run the corporations and had significant shares in the others and they felt they could do as they please over turning governments all around the world and installing puppet regimes to protect their business interests. These countries were kept from developing while their resources were plundered and the people kept on slave wages. This inside group of ultra rich felt that the world was theirs and they could take what they wanted so why not blanket bomb South East Asia with napalm to ensure they remain under the domain of US corporations.


lastgreek said...

Allen Dulles was an incompetent CIA director. He wasn't known for having any smarts. Actually, between Allen, John Foster and their sister Eleanor, Eleanor was the best and brightest of the family. -- paraphrasing former CIA analyst Melvin Goodman

PS: Still livid!

Tom Hickey said...

Tidbit on Avery Dulles, son of John Foster.

Avery Robert Dulles, S.J. (August 24, 1918 – December 12, 2008) was a Jesuit priest, theologian, and cardinal of the Catholic Church. Dulles served on the faculty of Woodstock College from 1960 to 1974, of The Catholic University of America from 1974 to 1988, and as the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University from 1988 to 2008. He was an internationally known author and lecturer.


lastgreek said...

Thank you for that, Tom :)


PS: Still livid!

Just want to say that I am no longer angry. The guy (the professional engineer) in Greece who thought he could get away with stealing (about $5000) from my elderly parents returned the money today. My mother just got the call from her bank saying someone in Greece had just wired transferred 3300 euros to her account. Like I told the fraudster, come hell or high water (in Greek the phrase is Πάση Θυσία) there was no way I was going to let him get away with it. Btw, it is no easy task to transfer money out of Greece. And now that all is well, I think I will probably shave my hoplite beard that I had going these last few weeks ;)