Wednesday, December 10, 2008

THE CIA'S STRATEGY OF TENSION IN GREECE



In Greece, can we expect yet more extreme events; and then a fascist clamp down, all supported by the CIA and NATO?

Or can we expect victory by the opponents of the right-wing government?

Greece has a 'corrupt' right-wing government and the CIA probably loves them.

The CIA would like the Greek government, or the military, to adopt tough measures to clamp down on government opponents.

The CIA, and its friends, may be behind some of the more extreme events happening today in Greece.

There have been attacks on shops and hotels and even a Christmas tree.

These attacks help to discredit the 'Leftists' and helps to win support for the government.

Gladio 1980

In Greece, there "were reports that a fire from petrol bombs had started in the new archaeological museum, endangering invaluable artifacts from world history...

"The police seem unable or unwilling to react in the face of these extended disturbances"

([Comment] Athens burns and with it a history of democracy EUobserver.com)

The "strategy of tension", run by the CIA and NATO, was aimed at promoting fascism and involved the use agents provocateurs and acts of violence in Europe.

(Baltimore Chronicle, 24 November 2008 - Security Blanket: Western Democracy and the Strategy of Tension)

The Kent State shootings involved the shooting of students by members of the Ohio National Guard on Monday, May 4, 1970. Four students were killed and nine others were wounded, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis.[5] Provocative actions by police and agents provocateurs turned anti-war demonstrations in Chicago at the 1968 Democratic National Convention into a riot. The Vietnam War continued until 1975.

Operation Gladio was meant to discredit the 'left' and keep the 'right' in power.

Italy's Francesco Cossiga, a former interior minister and former prime minister minister, told the Quotidiano Nazionale:

"Maroni (government minister) should do what I did when I was secretary of the interior. He should withdraw the police from the streets and the universities, infiltrate the movement with secret (provacateurs) agents, ready to do anything, and, for about 10 days, let the demonstrators devastate shops, set fire to cars and lay waste the cities.

"After which, strengthened by popular consent, the sound of ambulance sirens should be louder than the police cars.


"The security forces... shouldn't arrest them, because the magistrates would release them immediately, but they should beat them up. And they should also beat up those teachers who stir them up. Especially the teachers. Not the elderly lecturers, of course, but the young women teachers."

Daniel Ganser's well researched book 'NATO's Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe' explains Operation Gladio and the strategy of tension.

Ganser discovered a Pentagon document, Field Manual FM 30-31B, which decribed how agents of the Pentagon could launch 'false flag' terrorist attacks.

The manual states it is bad news when leftist groups "renounce the use of force".

It is then that "US army intelligence must have the means of launching special operations which will convince Host Country Governments and public opinion of the reality of the insurgent danger."


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