Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Former CIA Director James Woolsey Admits CIA Interferes In Foreign Elections For A “Very Good Cause”

According to WikiLeaks, the U.S. government’s own data shows that its deep state in the CIA and the military-industrial complex has meddled in the elections of a whopping 81 foreign governments between 1946 and 2000, including Russia in the 1990s. That’s no laughing matter and frankly worrying.

Perhaps unshockingly those numbers don’t even include the regime change operations the U.S. has conducted and attempted across the world for the past decade which includes but is not limited to Iran, Guatemala, Congo, Dominican Republic, South Vietnam, Brazil, Chile, Syria.

Chillingly, a massive 72 of those were between 1947 and 1989, including 66 covert operations and six overt missions according to the Washington Post.

So enough about CIA coups and regime change, who is James Woolsey the agency’s former director?

Woolsey didn’t state exactly what the “very good cause” was for interfering in other countries’ democratic electoral process, or if it’s the same “good cause” of manipulating the American people under Operation Mockingbird and other foreign states for geopolitical conquest done by his predecessors.

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