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 Brig. Gen. Edward Lansdale

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Every time there is a terrorist attack attributed to Muslim extremists anywhere in the world, Donald Trump will rush forward to claim, as he did after an Easter bombing in Pakistan, that he alone can solve the problem of radical Islamic terrorism.
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Hundreds of Moros, including women and children, died in this extinct volcano. Whether U.S. forces were guilty of war crimes remains a subject of dispute.

A retinue of Western journalists have been heralding the daring HUMANINT (Human intelligence) savvy Jordanian Mukhaabaraat (correct transliteration is with double 'a's after the consonants 'h' and 'r') or GID (General Directorate of Intelligence ...
As commanding general of the 7th Infantry Division of the Philippine army, Palparan waged anti-insurgency campaigns in Mindoro, Samar and Central Luzon that reportedly resulted in the deaths of hundreds of New People's Army fighters and suspected ...
The first, the Semi-Documentary Melodrama (1945-58), were films that dramatized real events and were often made with the cooperation and assistance of OSS head, General William Donovan, and other agency veterans. Unsurprisingly, these ... Most current ...
From the installation to the presidency of Ramon Magsaysay, hand-picked in 1953 by the "quiet American" CIA operative Edward Lansdale, to the full support it gave the martial law regime of Ferdinand Marcos, Washington has ruled its former colony with ...
The first, the Semi-Documentary Melodrama (1945-58), were films that dramatised real events and were often made with the cooperation and assistance of OSS head, General William Donovan, and other agency veterans. Unsurprisingly, these ... Most current ...
In an August letter from Robert McClintock, then-US ambassador to Cambodia to Daniel Anderson, counselor of the US embassy in Saigon, McClintock wrote that he had given Colonel Edward Lansdale, an intelligence operative, "our tentative appraisal of Dap ...
U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam Frederick Nolting (replaced as Ambassador only months before the coup), CIA station chief Bill Colby, Gen. Paul Harkins (head of the U.S. military Mission in Vietnam), the legendary General Edward Lansdale and Sir ...
"In November 1960, Edward Lansdale, a counterinsurgency specialist in the U.S. military, sent the invasion task force a MUST GO LIST of 11 top Cuban officials, including Che Guevara, Raul Castro, Blas Roca and Carlos Raphael Rodriguez.
Gen. Robert Kennedy was told about the Mafia's assassination plot on May 7, 1962, by CIA agents who, according to the report, "briefed him all the way.
This proposal came at the request of the CIA's Edward Lansdale who was in charge of the anti-Castro project. Kennedy dismissed it as lunacy, certain to lead to war.
Under the influence of General Edward Lansdale, the United States equipped their armies and the CIA with these special Psy Ops units, first of all in The Philippines, in Vietnam and against Cuba, then as permanent fixtures [1].

General Edward Lansdale, charged with the coordination of sabotage against the Cuban economy, explained the objectives of covert operations this way: "Basically, the [covert] operation is to bring about the revolt of the Cuban people.
This set of plans was written in response to a request from the Chief of the Cuba Project, Colonel Edward Lansdale. These plans included a series of covert proposals that the United States could use to justify an invasion of Cuba as part of America's ...
Colonel, later Major General, Edward Lansdale began his professional career in advertising. In other words, Lansdale was a corporate propagandist.
Colonel, later Major General, Edward Lansdale began his professional career in advertising. In other words, Lansdale was a corporate propagandist.
He spent the next 30 years at war, rising to become a lieutenant general in the army of North Vietnam and a key figure in the eventual destruction of the US military machine.
Major General Edward Lansdale led a Propaganda fear campaign encouraging Roman Catholics to flee from the North into Diem's republic; as many as one million northerners arrived, many ferried by sea in what the U.S.
These "snipers", christened as "The Third Force", were rumored to be Vietnamese General Trinh Minh The's men.
General David Hackworth acknowledged that "a lot of innocent Vietnamese civilians got slaughtered because of the Ewell-Hunt drive to have the highest count in the land.
An intriguing plan was put forth by General Edward Lansdale, in charge of covert operations against the Castro regime in the Kennedy administration.


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