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Camarate - A confissão de Farinha Simões

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Anonymous AnonNº1 disse...

"...esta organização pretendia defender, em Portugal, se necessário por via de guerrilha, os valores do Mundo Ocidental"

Lá está!
Gladio no seu melhor!

Porque é que estas coisas cheiram sempre a SHAPE?

10 abril, 2012  
Anonymous AnonNº1 disse...

The executive agents in the creation of the stay-behind networks were the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States and the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS or MI6) of the United Kingdom. Other major actors included security services in a number of European countries. In all cases identical techniques were used. The intelligence services made an effort to establish distinct networks for spying on the occupiers, that is espionage, and for sabotage, or subverting an enemy occupation. To establish the networks the CIA and others recruited individuals willing to participate in these dangerous activities, often allowing such initial, or chief, agents to recruit additional sub-agents. Intelligence services provided some training, placed caches of arms, ammunition, radio equipment, and other items for their networks, and set up regular channels for contact. The degree of cooperation in some cases ranged up to the conduct of exercises with military units or paramilitary forces... The notion of the project in the intelligence services undoubtedly began as an effort to create forces that would remain quiescent until war brought them into play.
Instead, in country after country we find the same groups of individuals or cells originally activated for the wartime function beginning to exercise their strength in peacetime political processes. Sometimes these efforts involved violence, even terrorism, and sometimes the terrorists made use of the very equipment furnished to them for their Cold War function. Even worse, police and security services in a number of cases chose to protect the perpetrators of crimes to preserve their Cold War capabilities. These latter actions resulted in the effective suppression of knowledge of Gladio networks long after their activities became not merely counterproductive but dangerous...Many of their accomplishments were in fact antidemocratic, undermining the very fabric of the societies they were meant to protect....There were real efforts carried out by Gladio agents but their controllers' orders remain in the shadows, so it is not yet possible to establish the extent of the US role overall in the years of the Cold War. The same is true of MI6 for Great Britain and for security services elsewhere...In this age of global concern with terrorism it is especially upsetting to discover that Western Europe and the United States collaborated in creating networks that took up terrorism.

NATO's Secret Armies, Daniel Ganser

10 abril, 2012  
Anonymous Anónimo disse...

Talvez um trabalhinho especial à lá Aginter Press portuguesa???

http://www.voltairenet.org/La-guerre-secrete-au-Portugal

11 abril, 2012  
Anonymous Anónimo disse...

Este vídeo é para guardar ( DownloadHelper no Firefox ), senão acontece-lhe como aquele referente ao Programa Querida Júlia onde Fernando Namora implica Mário Soares, Frank Carlucci e outros no Caso Casa Pia.

11 abril, 2012  

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