- IMPORTANT CAVEAT: Most of the information in two articles
"Former Russian Prime Minister/ex-KGB Head to Work for Homeland Security
and "Ex-KGB Heads Hired to Help Spy on Americans" by Charlotte
Thomson Iserbyt must be attributed solely to Al Martin and to his National
Liberty Press since I have not yet been able to obtain documentation from
U.S. Government sources. Al Martin's original article "Get Ready for
the Sovietization of America" which provoked this writer to respond,
appeared in the 4/21/03 issue of American Free Press. Charlotte Thomson
- Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, author, "the deliberate
dumbing down of america...A Chronological Paper Trail", and "Soviets
in the Classroom...America's Latest Education Fad", www. deliberatedumbingdown.com
- The old saying "The apple doesn't fall far from
the tree" could be applied to George Dubya's ability to "manage"
controversial information. He is walking in his ex-CIA Daddy's footsteps,
following intelligence guidelines on how to vaporize controversial information,
or if unable to vaporize it, to simply move it around to another agency
or individual, and hope no one catches on.
- The following revelation, obtained from National Liberty
Press, is even more interesting than information in the original Martin
story since it reveals the lengths to which the government will go to
disguise its controversial activities, thereby "snookering" Al
Martin, myself, and others, through the use of disinformation. However,
the truth will out, and the truth, outlined below, is in this case even
more shocking than the original information which proved to be untrue.
- Former KGB counter-intelligence chief, General Oleg Kalugin,
who is a Fox News commentator, recently stated that Admiral Poindexter's
Office of Information Awareness (OIA) which is involved in spying on United
States citizens, had hired both General Yevgeny Primakov and General Aleksandr
V. Karpos, former KGB heads, as consultants and advisors. (Primakov in
addition served as Russian Prime Minister in the late nineties.) (Note:
The KGB was the Secret Police in the former Soviet Union)
- Al Martin, whose credibility has been questioned by a
couple of NewsWithViews.com readers, had previously reported that Primakov
and Karpov were hired by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This
information was disinformation provided by the Bush Administration to cover
up the fact that Poindexter's OIA had hired Primakov and Karpov.
- When the Bush administration realized it couldn't get
away with lying about the hiring of Primakov and Karpov by Poindexter's
OIA, it put out out very effective disinformation to the effect that these
two former Soviet spies had a relationship with the Department of Homeland
Security (DHS), which is a lie.
- In this way, when the media goes on its wild goose chase
and calls the Department of Homeland Security...and the media has been
persistent in getting the truth related to this most unusual story... the
DHS legitimately says that the former KGB chiefs are not connected with
the DHS. What Governor Ridge's office isn't telling the media is that
these two ex-KGB operatives are working not for DHA but for Poindexter's
OIA which has been set up to spy on Americans.
- It does boggle the mind to find out that the administration
which has waged war against Saddam Hussein (considered by President Bush
to be responsible for the 9/11 terrorist act) would be hiring Primakov,
a very close friend of Saddam Hussein's and a terrorist himself, to assist
our government in fighting terrorism.
- "The Soviet/Russian KGB created, and still controls,
the international terrorist network. Under the reign of "ex"KGB
officer Vladimir Putin, the Russian government--including the deniable
commercial entities assisting the Iraqi war effort - is very much on the
side of the terrorists." (The New American, April 21, "Our Enemy,
Our Ally", by William Norman Grigg, www.thenewamerican.com)
- This action on the part of the Bush Administration is
perhaps even more bizarre than that of naming former Soviet agent Henry
Kissinger to head up the committee investigating 9/11. Can we hope that
these two ex-KGB Generals will resign, as did Kissinger, and return to
Russia? Don't count on it. Beltway salaries, restaurants and boutiques
will keep them in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.
- P.S. In order to understand the magnitude of this Bush
Administration action, an analogy is in order: President Truman in 1945
hiring the former heads of the SS/German Gestapo as paid consultants to
the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
- The full text of Al Martin's article published in the
4/21/03 American Free Press can be obtained by calling 202-544-5977 or
by accessing www.americanfreepress.net.