Black Ops Insiders Reveal Secrets
By Pat Shannan
Most Americans haven’t heard the terms “psy-warfare” or “psy-op,” nor can they define these buzzwords. Both terms, with reference to world politics, terrorist events and war, connote in a layman’s explanation that “things usually ain’t what they appear.”
According to a recent letter from an active operative, our government leaders have a plethora of “specialists” and are hiring, from time to time, any number of the tens of thousands of mercenaries—often retired Special
Forces soldiers—who have made themselves available for secret duty in more than 40 countries. These “private contractors” commit unspeakable acts on orders from our own government leaders, many times against U.S.
“Often there are duties assigned to agent teams that some of us won’t follow, due to a certain amount of concern for fellow Americans and patriotism for their own country,” says a former U.S. military psy-op agent known to us only as “Sinbad.” He cannot divulge his true name and credentials for reasons that will become even more obvious in this report.
He says that the U.S., the British and the Israeli Mossad are the best in the world at “misleading and misdirecting the focus of the masses toward selected evidence, subjects and targets.”
For the past 30 years, retired Phoenix police officer Jack McLamb has published Aid & Abet, a monthly newsletter for the military and police to help educate them on the perilous New World Order, best defined as a calculated political and economic consolidation on a global scale. “Sinbad” is a regular subscriber, and the letter we speak of went to McLamb’s Idaho office with permission to reprint but with the request that the original be burned. McLamb says he complied.
This writer also suspects that “Sinbad,” because of the timeliness of his spending several paragraphs explaining the high-tech ability governments have in falsifying evidence, may have seen the story in the Aug. 2 edition of AFP on the recent plight of Idaho attorney Edgar Steele and the alleged “murder for hire” that reeked of an FBI setup and the framing of Steele.
“One successful use of our talents is in creating realistic but false videos, DVDs or audio recordings of individuals to be used as ‘evidence’ of a crime,” wrote “Sinbad” in his letter. “One of our easiest duties today, with all the new technology, is in creating this kind of false evidence.”
As witnessed in Ruby Ridge in 1992, Waco in 1993, Oklahoma City in 1995 and the northeast United States on Sept. 11, 2001, false evidence presented by government leaders through the controlled and cooperative corporate media can quickly move the public’s mind in the government’s chosen direction.
What makes this misdirection work so well, explains “Sinbad,” is that due to the strong personal moral code of average Americans, they just cannot believe that their leaders have no honor and no integrity. They can’t imagine the depths of trickery and treachery to which their own leaders will stoop to deceive the world.
“Using new computer technology and taking a video and a voice print of you, Officer McLamb, in just a couple of hours, we agents could have you on TV dancing on top of a pile of dead Catholic nuns and shouting that you had just purchased 100 weapons of mass destruction from the Boy Scouts of America,” wrote our source. “You name it, we can create it.”
In the Idaho case, this writer recently learned that Mrs. Steele heard the same shocking “evidence” on tape that was played for her husband while he was in jail. At the time, Steele was told that there were more tapes. A week or so later, she called the FBI with the request that she be able to listen to the other recordings and was told “those tapes aren’t ready yet.”
What could “not be ready” about tapes that were already recorded?
After hearing this, we had an hour-long telephone conversation with another longtime CIA operative experienced in all the aforementioned dirty tricks as well as MK-Ultra’s half-century-plus practice of mind control.
After seeing news on Steele’s situation, this former CIA agent wrote, “Steele is toast. He has been set up big time. With no personal knowledge of the case or participation in it in any way, I can tell you that I know a government frame when I see one, and this one is classic. I would bet my house on it. They wanted him, and they got him. His problem will be obtaining the original tapes, and if he can’t get an expert to debunk those (because the tainted manipulation becomes ‘original’ on the copy), then he will not get his head out of the noose. And this is why his wife was told what she was told. You can bet by trial time that the real originals will be nowhere to be found, and an FBI lying expert will be testifying to the authenticity of the phonies.”
The trial has been reset for Nov. 1.