Why Does the CIA Exist?

Why does the CIA exist?

Ostensibly the CIA exists to prevent another Pearl Harbor, at least that’s what we are told. 

Apparently, according to theory, the CIA will prevent a rogue enemy from making a sudden attack on the United States.  

Since the WTC debacle was an inside job, that attack presumably does not count against them.

Ha ha.

But, of course, there is still Pearl Harbor, which, of course, the CIA could not have prevented, because it did not yet exist.

Still, Pearl Harbor is used to justify the CIA, although, by that strange logic, the WTC debacle could be used to abolish the CIA.

Let’s put aside the myth for the time being that the attack on Pearl Harbor was an unprovoked sneak attack. Let’s put aside the facts that FDR and Henry Stimson provoked the Japanese into an attack, that they knew the Japanese were going to attack, that they did nothing to prevent the attack, that they were gratified that the Japanese did attack (Henry Stimson wrote as much in his diary).

Put aside the real reasons why FDR and Stimson and the rest of the thugs wanted the Japanese to attack Pearl Harbor:  

    • America wanted to control the Pacific Rim.  
    • The Japanese were encroaching on American interests in Southeast Asia. 
    • Harvey Firestone wanted rubber from Malaysia for his automobile tires.  
    • Standard Oil and Royal Dutch Shell owned significant oil interests in the Pacific Rim.
    • Indonesia was an untouched bonanza of minerals.

Forget about all of that.

The CIA exists, we are told, to protect democracy.  That’s the Santa Claus story that has conned generations of Americans for nearly 75 years.

Now, of course, there’s nothing wrong with the CIA being the eyes and ears of the nation.  

Surely there are stupid and aggressive people around the globe who would want to act in the same immoral manner in which we and our partner in crime, Great Britain, behave.

So it makes sense to keep an eye on things.

But wouldn’t it make more sense to create a world in which we wouldn’t have to worry about such things.

Suppose the  United States gave the Third World a stake in the game. Suppose the United States gave the Third World an opportunity to live as we live.

We could do that, and I’m sure you the reader would do that had you the power.

Unfortunately, you and I do not have that power.

Power resides in the hands of the wealthy thug elite, and these people are greedy and sick. 

They are slavers. They engage in slavery. They have no desire to enable the people of the Third World.  How could they possibly live out the fantasy life of Mr. Darcy if they did not make billions off the misery of others?

In many respects they are like the slaveowners of the old Confederacy. They are too stupid to understand that if their slaves were  better fed, better educated, more prosperous, and, of course, free, that they would make ten-fold more money.

They are clever but ultimately made stupid by their immoral behavior.

They don’t get it.

They don’t care.

These days, they care even less because they understand that exploitation in time gives rise to rebellion.

And rebellion gives them a doorway to make money in another industry which they control – war.

They make far more money off war.

Enforcing and implementing both cash cows of exploitation and war these days is the Central Intelligence Agency.

The Central Intelligence Agency and its operatives are the enforcement arm of the wealthy thug elite.

They are the nearly invisible army behind every American conflict.

They are the man behind the curtain, the man pulling the levers.

When we understand clearly who they are, what they’re doing, and why they’re doing what they do, it becomes that much easier to abolish them.

They don’t work for us.

They work for the wealthy thug elite.

They do not protect America.

They endanger America.

 

Sincerely,

 

Archer Crosley

McAllen, TX

7/18/2020

 

Copyright   Archer Crosley   All Rights Reserved

 

 

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