March 9, 2012

The CIA's History of Assassinations of American Citizens

"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear." - Harry S. Truman.

"I used to say we should take our chances on facing the world without a secret, deadly arm. Now, I say flat out we'll be safer, and healthier, and stronger if we close down the operations side of the CIA, and keep the National Security Council as a strict advisory office only, without any secret police like the CIA to go out and run operations for them. We need good intelligence but we don't get it from the CIA machine." - John Stockwell, "Secret Wars of the CIA," November 3, 1989.
The assassination of American citizens by the American government did not begin in the Obama and Bush era. The CIA used assassination as a political tool against domestic critics and foreign enemies way before the War on Terror began. By the time of the false flag September 11 attacks, the CIA was thinking about murdering humans wholesale like cattle. 

The most famous case of CIA assassinations is the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. History changed forever on that day. And it is the undeniable historical truth that powerful elements in the CIA, joined by high-ranking conspirators in the Kennedy administration and Pentagon, killed President Kennedy. To deny this truth is to deny history. And to deny history is to deny America any chance of recovering her status as a free country governed by the rule of law.

The rotten foreign controllers of the CIA have never looked back since they killed the popular American president. How could they? What are they going to say to the American people? It's too late for sorry. There is no time or space for apologies. So they took the course of all tyrants in history, and claimed absolute power for themselves over the stunted American mind, soul, and heart. They plotted the destruction and collapse of America to make their treason against the U.S. Constitution and American people irreversible.

As a result of its complete ownership of the mainstream American press, the Machiavellian CIA can commit any number of crimes against America, from murdering an American president to orchestrating the greatest act of terrorism on American soil. The shadow CIA, as well as other elements of the U.S. shadow state that arose in the wake of Kennedy's assassination, feel free to operate ruthlessly and illegally across the planet, murdering anyone who threatens their ill-gotten power.

One of the CIA's most notorious victims was was journalist Gary Webb who broke the CIA drug running story in the San Jose Mercury News in the mid 1990s. Gary Webb and John F. Kennedy are just two American citizens that we know for sure were killed by the CIA because of their opposition to illegal CIA policies. Many more individuals were probably gunned down by the rogue CIA such as CIA agent Barry Seal.

The CIA's long-running policy of assassination must be considered in the discussion of the Obama administration's murder of American citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki. It's been confirmed by numerous sources that al-Awlaki was a U.S. government asset, which makes the official announcement of his assassination even more suspicious than it already is based on what the Obama administration has told the public.

Congressman Ron Paul spoke eloquently about the Obama administration's assassination policy on February 24, 2010, saying:
"What have we allowed ourselves to become? Are we no longer a nation of laws? Have we become instead a nation of men who make secret arrests? Are secret prisons now simply another tool of the federal government law enforcement? Is secret rendition of individuals now permitted, out of misplaced fear? Have we decided that the writ of habeas corpus is not worth defending? Is torture now an acceptable tool for making us safe? Unfortunately, the single answer to all of these questions from the leaders of our country and to many of our citizens appears to be yes."
America ceased to be America when the CIA killed a democratically elected President, and placed the government in the hands of thieves, traitors, and murderers.

If President John F. Kennedy and other political reformers of the 60s era like Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. were not assassinated by the CIA then we would be living in a different, and brighter world. Instead, we live in a world of hell and darkness. Small flashes of light like the rise of Ron Paul cut through the darkness, but the evil forces in Washington remain as murderous as ever.

The bold tyrants who control the CIA, Federal Reserve, White House, and military-industrial complex do not intend to stop killing innocent people, dissidents, and whistleblowers. Their naked murder of American citizens and citizens of other countries is just beginning. They've been sharpening the blade of death and conquest in secret all these years. But they decided to expose the awe-inspiring blade under a so-called liberal President because they felt the time was right.

The shadow government quickly exploited the unprecedented popular appeal of the Obama administration by announcing the continuation of radical domestic policies such as assassination of citizens, torture, and secret detention without trial.

The 2012 NDAA Act was another step down the road of global despotism. No individual is safe in this new environment, unless he joins the Killers behind the New World Order and forgets that democracy and freedom ever existed.

"Since the National Defense Authorization Act defines the whole of the planet, including the United States, as a “battlefield” in the perpetual war on terror," writes Paul Joseph Watson, "it doesn’t matter whether Americans are inside the United States or abroad, they are all legitimate targets of the policy of state-sponsored assassination, according to the government’s argument."

The Obama administration has no authority to kill anybody anywhere for any reason because the war on terror is a fraud, and America is not really in a state of war. In reality, America is in a state of tyranny.

The CIA Killers who killed Americans on September 11, 2001, with the help of the Mossad Killers believe they can kill as many Americans, Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians, Afghans, Iranians, Pakistanis, Palestinians, Lebanese, Somalians, and Yemenis as they want. One hundred thousand dead? Why not one million? Why not ten million? Who the hell is counting? Why not one hundred million? Why not one billion?

You see this beautiful blue and green planet? If the CIA and other government intelligence agencies have their way, this planet will be turned into one big killing field. When the Obama administration and Pentagon talk about a "global battlefield" they mean a global killing zone, a global mass grave, and a global death domain. We are all targets. We are all in the jungle.

"Assassinations," writes Scott Horton in Harper's, "are politically motivated killings, including killings to advance the interests of a state (raison d’├ętat). The practice of tyrannicide—the bold strike by citizens against those who usurp a democracy—was expressly made legal and rewarded in antiquity."

Even the Killers in the U.S. shadow government are targets of assassins. They know it, and have planned well. They are miles ahead of history, and running laps around the human race. The American people and the people of the West are waking up, but not in time.

As many others have already said, the CIA-Mossad Killers might assassinate President Obama and blame a right-wing radical in order to demonize domestic opposition to their greater agenda of control, martial law, and world government.

If they believe that such a move serves their best interests then they will kill Obama and milk the event to gain even more power. This is only speculation, but it is not a wild prediction. It is not crazy to entertain anything because we live in wild and crazy times.

We live in a time of assassinations, state terror, treason, deception, mass murder, mass mind control, shadow governments, secret rulers, and tyranny. Assassinations, treason, and deception are normal in the political course of all nations. The only difference is we are dealing with these evils on a global and grander scale. But we cannot feel depressed or be afraid because the stakes are too high.

Listen to President John F. Kennedy's inauguration speech in 1961.