The CIA controls famous writers and intellectuals, controls spies in foreign agencies, and works closely with big corporations.
According to British journalists Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott-Clark, an agent in the Indian intelligence services helped carry out the terrorist attack in Mumbai in 2008.
'Indian government spy helped in 26/11 attacks'
The agent named "Honey Bee" is referred to in Levy and Scott-Clark's book "The Seige".
For the first 28 hours of the siege, the 4 Taj gunmen were almost completely unhindered. It took 58 hours to end the siege - evidence that this was an inside job.
According to a report in the New York Times, the CIA has been paying telecommunications company AT and T $10 million (£6 million) per year for access to its phone records.
AT and T may take over Vodafone.
CIA pays potential Vodafone buyer AT and T $10m per year for phone data
There would appear to be a long term plan for American companies to infiltrate European companies and then take them over.
This is because the CIA and its friends control many of the top writers.
The novelist Ian McEwan wrote the novel 'Sweet Tooth'.
The novel deals with the subject of Britain's security service MI5 giving money to writers and academics so that they will promote certain propaganda.
Ian McEwan is the son of an army officer.
He was educated at a government-run boarding school.
It is known that the CIA poured money, through front organisations, into cultural projects in Britain.
Ian McEwan feels obliged to say: "I don't think MI5 ever backed ten writers and academics…"
Ian McEwan: Why I'm revisiting the Seventies
A A Milne
Among the writers and intellectuals who have worked for the security services (CIA, MI5 and similar):
Benjamin Britten (CIA)
Bertrand Russell of the CIA.
February | 2013 | a.nolen