By Alex Constantine
The Knights Templar of the corporations at the CIA have a long history of striking alliances with political undesirables of all kinds, from the post-WW II recruitment of Nazis to secret liaisons with Middle Eastern terrorists. The clandestine relationship of the CIA and the Nazi Party's Francois Genoud (founder of Banque Commerciale Arabe) with the Black September terror organization are examined. Other forms of terrorism are linked to the multinationals—some of the most prominent have sponsored death squads in underdeveloped countries to protect their interests — and Wall Street. The "Little Hitlers" section is an inventory of neo-Nazi terror; Holocaust Museum shooter James Von Brunn had a mentor — ITT Vice President Pedro del Valle, a key operative in the overthrow of Chile's Salvador Allende in 1973. Similar ties between the domestic intelligence underground and far-right political establishment and media are explored throughout the book. Chapters include "Nixon's Jackals – The Birth of a Secret Domestic CIA Death Squad Commandeered by the White House," "Hard Rain in the Balkans, Black Clouds Over Washington, D.C.: Illicit U.S. Arms Sales to Eastern Europe," "Project Anthrax," "GOP Ties to Three 9/11 Hijackers," "On a Bad Case of Cranial Bleeding, the Birth of CSC & the Collapse of Fannie Mae," "the Secret History of the GemPlus Smart Card," and other examinations of fascism in America. Alex Constantine's previous book, The Covert War Against Rock, was ranked by The Observer among "The 50 Best Books on Music Ever."
Alex Constantine is an investigative journalist, the online editor of The Constantine Report, and the author of several books, including The Essential Mae Brussell: Investigations of Fascism in America, The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders, and The Covert War Against Rock. He lives in Ocala, Florida
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PUBLICATION DATE: MARCH 2016
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