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"The director of the Special Plans operation is Abram Shulsky, a scholarly expert in the works of the political philosopher Leo Strauss. Shulsky has been quietly working on intelligence and foreign-policy issues for three decades; he was on the staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee in the early nineteen-eighties and served in the Pentagon under Assistant Secretary of Defense Richard N. Perle during the Ronald Reagan Administration, after which he joined the RAND Corporation."

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Seymour Hersh reported in the New Yorker in 2003 that the members of the Office of Special Plans operated from a distrust of the CIA's claims to professionalism. Its director, Abram Shulsky, was (like Kendall) a follower of the political philosopher Leo Strauss. In 1999, Shulsky co-wrote an article which, ...
The manufacture and dissemination of the pretext for invading Iraq was orchestrated by a small team of operatives linking Tel Aviv and Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz's "Office of Special Plans", a tight group of Zionists and some Israelis headed by Abram Shulsky (Sept. 2002 - June 2003).

Abram Shulsky, an avowed Straussian, said "In a 1999 paper, "Leo Strauss and the World of intelligence (By Which We Do Not Mean Nous)," also co-authored by ... The said Shulsky (now at Hudson) approved "talking points" as "the Director of the Office of Special Plans (OSP), which served as a source of ...
Some further digging reveals that Abram Shulsky, director of the Office of Special Plans, had received his doctorate under Strauss's supervision that same year. The fact that members of the OSP clique openly referred to themselves as the "Cabal" no doubt further whetted the appetites of conspiracy theorists ...
One of the primary sources of misinformation that spurred the U.S. invasion of Iraq was a newly created Pentagon policy shop called the Office of Special Plans. Its director, Abram Shulsky--who received his doctorate under Strauss--co-wrote a 1999 essay that declared that Strauss "alerts one to the ...
As recognized by Abram Shulsky and Gary Schmitt in an article "Leo Strauss and the World of intelligence" (1999), for Strauss, "deception is the norm in ..... the Office of Special Plans (OSP), established within the Near Est and South Asia (NESA) of the Pentagon, under the control of neocons William Luti, ...

When the CIA refused to distort the intelligence to suit the conclusion the Bush administration was seeking, the Office of Special Plans was created at the Pentagon under associates of Cheney such as Douglas Feith, William Luti, and Abram Shulsky with the task of making the case for war against Iraq.
When the CIA refused to distort the intelligence to suit the conclusion the Bush administration was seeking, the Office of Special Plans was created at the Pentagon under associates of Cheney such as Douglas Feith, William Luti, and Abram Shulsky with the task of making the case for war against Iraq.
A Strauss student, Abram Shulsky, who co-authored a 1999 essay titled "Leo Strauss and the World of intelligence (By Which We Do Not Mean Nous)," ran the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans before the invasion of Iraq. Since then, other Strauss disciples have vigorously ridiculed suggestions of a ...
The Office of Special Plans under Abram Shulsky and Douglas Feith cherry-picked the intelligence vetted through the New York Times to terrify people into supporting an attack on Iraq. Democratic leaders have in the past urged an investigation of that spooky office, but furnished the opportunity since ...
This loosely organized team soon became the Office of Special Plans directed by Abram Shulsky, formerly of RAND and the National strategy Information Center (NSIC). The objective of this closet intelligence team, according to Rumsfeld, was to "search for information on Iraq's hostile intentions or links to ...
The Office of Special Plans was so secretive at first that the director, William Luti, did not even want to mention its existence. ... Luti, an intense and brilliant former naval aviator who flew combat missions in The Gulf War, worked in Cheney's office before he took over OSP, and was well liked by Cheney's staff.
... that the members of the Office of Special Plans operated from a distrust of the CIA's claims to professionalism. Its director, Abram Shulsky, ...
... Hersh's account of the Office of Special Plans, run by Abram Shulsky. ... The OSP, set up in order to do an end run around the official ...
... "Lie Factory" - the Office of Special Plans, a parallel intelligence-gathering agency set ... The Special Plans brigade - headed up by Abram Shulsky, ... New York Times, the OSP was landing them on George W. Bush's desk.
Abram Shulsky, an avowed Straussian, said "In a 1999 paper, "Leo ... "talking points" as "the Director of the Office of Special Plans (OSP), which ...
... reveals that Abram Shulsky, director of the Office of Special Plans, had received ... The fact that members of the OSP clique openly referred to ...

... link in the chain was the Pentagon-created Office of Special Plans (OSP). ... Through this Office, headed by Abram Shulsky under the authority of ... staff such as William Luti, higher-up officials in the OSP were "willing to ...
... U.S. invasion of Iraq was a newly created Pentagon policy shop called the Office of Special Plans. Its director, Abram Shulsky--who received ...
The Office of Special Plans of 2002-3 was headed by Donald Feith, a Wolfowitz ... It included Abram Shulsky, Wolfowitz's college roommate at the University ... The OSP, relying largely on Iraqi exile and bank swindler Ahmad ...
A Strauss student, Abram Shulsky, who co-authored a 1999 essay titled ... ran the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans before the invasion of Iraq.
The "Office of Special Plans" has been revived in the same ... Leo Strauss scholar Abram Shulsky and reporting to the vice-president's daughter ...
The Office of Special Plans was so secretive at first that the director, William Luti, ... Abe Shulsky, a defense intellectual who ran the office under Luti, was a ... The OSP gathered up bits and pieces of intelligence that pointed to ...
E ancora, tra gli altri, Harry Jaffa, Allan Bloom stesso e Abram Shulsky, direttore Dell'Office of Special Plans, organo del Ministero della Difesa ...
... that the members of the Office of Special Plans operated from a distrust of the CIA's claims to professionalism. Its director, Abram Shulsky, ...
... Hersh's account of the Office of Special Plans, run by Abram Shulsky. ... The OSP, set up in order to do an end run around the official ...
... "Lie Factory" - the Office of Special Plans, a parallel intelligence-gathering agency set ... The Special Plans brigade - headed up by Abram Shulsky, ... New York Times, the OSP was landing them on George W. Bush's desk.
Abram Shulsky, an avowed Straussian, said "In a 1999 paper, "Leo ... "talking points" as "the Director of the Office of Special Plans (OSP), which ...
An essential link in the chain was the Pentagon-created Office of Special Plans (OSP). ... Through this Office, headed by Abram Shulsky under the authority of ... Additional players linked to the OSP, to name only a few, include ...
... U.S. invasion of Iraq was a newly created Pentagon policy shop called the Office of Special Plans. Its director, Abram Shulsky--who received ...
As recognized by Abram Shulsky and Gary Schmitt in an article "Leo ..... be the Office of Special Plans (OSP), established within the Near Est ...
The Office of Special Plans of 2002-3 was headed by Donald Feith, a Wolfowitz ... It included Abram Shulsky, Wolfowitz's college roommate at the University ... The OSP, relying largely on Iraqi exile and bank swindler Ahmad ...
A Strauss student, Abram Shulsky, who co-authored a 1999 essay titled ... ran the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans before the invasion of Iraq.
A Strauss student, Abram Shulsky, who co-authored a 1999 essay titled ... ran the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans before the invasion of Iraq.
The Office of Special Plans was so secretive at first that the director, William Luti, ... Abe Shulsky, a defense intellectual who ran the office under Luti, was a ... The OSP gathered up bits and pieces of intelligence that pointed to ...
E ancora, tra gli altri, Harry Jaffa, Allan Bloom stesso e Abram Shulsky, direttore Dell'Office of Special Plans, organo del Ministero della Difesa statunitense, responsabile della raccolta di informazioni utili a suffragare le ragioni della guerra ...
Seymour Hersh reported in the New Yorker in 2003 that the members of the Office of Special Plans operated from a distrust of the CIA's claims to professionalism.
Of special interest is Seymour Hersh's account of the Office of Special Plans, run by Abram Shulsky. This denizen of the murkier depths of the US Intelligence Community is a devotee of the philosopher Leo Strauss, who believed - as one scholar cited by ...
Those talking points were manufactured in what one magazine aptly called a "Lie Factory" - the Office of Special Plans, a parallel intelligence-gathering agency set up by the neoconservatives in the administration that fed Congress and the media ...


 

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