Sunday, December 03, 2023
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Some years ago, when it still seemed possible to mount a defense if only we could just unmask the enemy, a retired senior intelligence officer passed along an essay about Henry Kissinger by "one Charles Viar," whom the retired officer described as a friend of the late James Jesus Angleton. It is called "The Curious Case of Henry Alfred Kissinger." I don't know the author; I don't know if his essay was ever published. My friend, however, thought it was worth reading. And so it is, if only for Viar's  claim:

After his enforced departure from the Agency in 1973, Angleton publicly stated with qualified precision that Kissinger was “objectively, a Soviet agent.” But for a man who had once trained at Harvard Law School, objective and witting were entirely different things. He remained agnostic until his death in 1987.

I think I just heard an echoing gun from the battle,...

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This is fascism telling Tommy Robinson that his presence in London will cause "alarm and distress" -- "reason enough," he writes, "for them to arrest me and remove me from the area and prevent me from reporting on the antisemitism march." 



The best thing about bad news is talking about it all with good people.

On with Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin here. 

On with Audrey Russo here (...wahhh)

Still to come: interview with Curtis Bowers.


And they're still man-hunting Gregory Yetman.

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