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Subdolo attacco alla democrazia americana e guerra contro i popoli.
Il frutto del fanatismo fondamentalista occidentale e dell’oligopolio speculativo.
Così anche i migliori agenti diventano “traditori”.
Riferimenti al contesto generale della politica occulta dei Bush e alle operazioni dell’agente CIA Valerie Plame fatta fuori dall’amministrazione Bush jr per scatenare l’ulteriore attacco all’Iraq
24 ott 2005 – le prove su Saddam. … E’ l’argomento che i “falchi” dell’Amministrazione Bush attendono. … L’ambasciatore alle Nazioni Unite, John Negroponte, ci mette il sigillo: … ha sguinzagliato per il mondo prima dell’invasione del Kuwait. … Invita così una Fonte del Servizio – niente di che, capiamoci; al libro paga sì …
media, censura, propaganda, guerra, iraq, irak, saddam hussein, incubatrici, psyop, … Dopo il 2 agosto 1990, data dell’invasione del Kuwait da parte dell’Iraq, gli Stati … del governo kuwaitiano in combutta con l’Amministrazione Bush senior. … Infatti suo padre e’ Saud Nasir al-Sabah, l’ambasciatore del Kuwait negli Stati …
L’Invasione del Kuwait porterà alla Guerra del Golfo nel 1991. …. Il 25 luglio 1990, l’ambasciatrice statunitense in Iraq, April Glaspie, chiese all’Alto … Glaspie inoltre confidò a Saddam Hussein che gli Stati Uniti non intendevano …. EN ) Saddam’s message of friendship to President Bush in Wikileaks, 25 luglio 1990.
Fair Game: How a Top CIA Agent Was Betrayed by Her Own GovernmentPaperback– June 10, 2008 by
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On July 6, 2003, four months after the United States invaded Iraq, former ambassador Joseph Wilson’s now historic op-ed, “What I Didn’t Find in Africa,” appeared in The New York Times. A week later, conservative pundit Robert Novak revealed in his newspaper column that Ambassador Wilson’s wife, Valerie Plame Wilson, was a CIA operative. The public disclosure of that secret information spurred a federal investigation and led to the trial and conviction of Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, Scooter Libby, and the Wilsons’ civil suit against top officials of the Bush administration. Much has been written about the “Valerie ……
The Politics of Truth: A Diplomat’s Memoir: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife’s CIA IdentityPaperback– May 11, 2005
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With a new investigative epilogue by a prominent Washington journalist and a new foreword by the author. Ambassador Joseph Wilson recounts more than two decades of foreign service to our country in this unprecedented look at the life of an American diplomat and an unabashed account of policies that sometimes succeeded and sometimes failed. As the last American official to meet with Saddam before Desert Storm, Wilson successfully parried the dictator’s threats to use American hostages as human shields against U.S. bombing. Yet today he finds himself battling threats from his own government because he called a lie a lie. When President Bush alleged that Iraq had pursued uranium from Africa for its nuclear weapons program, Wilson could not stand silent. He had traveled to Niger the previous year and found no evidence to support the president’s claim. To intimidate Wilson, senior administration officials disclosed the undercover status of Wilson’s wife, CIA operative Valerie Plame, to the press, putting her life in danger. Rather than backing down, Wilson persistently criticized the way the administration misled the nation into war. Now he continues his fight in this groundbreaking book by revealing the perils bred by the war-hungry regime in the White House.
While many former Bush administration officials published books airing their gripes and concerns in advance of the 2004 election, few were in a situation as personal as Joseph Wilson’s. A career diplomat, he found himself working for an administration that apparently leaked information revealing his wife, Valerie Plame, to be a CIA operative soon after Wilson cast doubt on Bush’s claims of Iraq trying to buy uranium from Niger. When columnist Robert Novak named Plame, there was widespread speculation about who leaked the information. In The Politics of Truth, Wilson points a finger at Dick Cheney’s chief-of-staff I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby and national security aide Eliot Abrams although Wilson never really presents smoking gun evidence against them. There is little here that breaks new ground in terms of hard facts being revealed, nonetheless, Wilson’s account, personal and well written, maps out the human impact of the situation in ways that major newspapers never could. Wilson’s animus toward the administration is made stronger by his support of the president in the 2000 election and he held out hope that a centrist conservative approach would help America’s position in the world. That scenario withered, in Wilson’s mind, when the plan to invade Iraq became increasingly inevitable and, like many traditional conservatives, Wilson mourns the rise of the ideological “neo-conservatives” who shaped foreign policy. But while a true-life secret identity/betrayal story is inherently fascinating, and Wilson’s indignation and scorn is powerfully delivered, there is more to recommend his book. Wilson tells of being stationed in the Persian Gulf in the days leading up to the first Gulf War, a haunting encounter with Saddam Hussein, and years of efforts to establish democracy in Africa. The Politics of Truth provides a glimpse inside the high stakes world of international intelligence and, Joseph Wilson says, that world can be vicious. –John Moe –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Nobody who’s paid close attention to the unfolding story of the leaking to columnist Robert Novak of the name of Ambassador Wilson’s wife as a CIA operative will be surprised by the two White House staffers—Lewis “Scooter” Libby and Elliott Abrams—Wilson proposes as the most likely suspects in what he calls the “organized smear campaign” against him. He views the leak as retaliation for his presenting evidence that, contrary to President Bush’s 2003 State of the Union assertion, Iraq was not trying to buy uranium from Niger. Wilson hits back hard with a righteous anger against those who would jeopardize national security to score political points. By the account of this longtime Foreign Service officer who was in Baghdad in the months leading up to the first Gulf War, Wilson stood up to Saddam Hussein in a showdown that now makes for one of the memoir’s most stirring sections. In fact, readers will discover this book to be a vivid, engrossing account of a foreign service career that spans nearly three decades. Wilson is a lively storyteller with an eye for compelling visual detail and brings a welcome insider’s perspective on the political situations of African nations where he has served. He’s equally honest about the toll his professional commitment has occasionally taken on his personal life. And it’s that candor, as well as the respect shown for previous administrations of both parties, that helps make his charges against the current president’s advisers difficult to brush off. His revelations should fly off the shelves. 3 maps, 16 pages of b&w photos not seen by PW. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
27 ott 2013 – Valerie Plame lavorava a Langley (sede della Cia) da quasi vent’anni, … C. Wilson, colpevole di aver smentito – sulla base di una missione compiuta nel 2002 in … La vita di Valerie cambiò: lasciò l’agenzia e con il marito e i loro due gemelli si trasferì in New Mexico. …
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Fair game si inserisce dunque non tanto nel solco dei film di guerra, quanto in … La trama infatti è tratta direttamente dalle sue memorie, pubblicate alcuni anni dopo. …
Fair Game – Caccia alla Spia
Un film di Doug Liman. Con Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, Sam Shepard, Bruce McGill, David Andrews.
Tanzeel Kayani, Valerie Plame, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Jesus A. Del Rosario Jr, Satya Bhabha, Brian McCormack, James P. Anderson, George W. Bush, Kevin Cannon, Dick Cheney, Takako Haywood, Angela Lewis, Frank Rossi, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Chet Grissom, Tricia Munford, Sean Mahon, Liraz Charhi, Ashley Gerasimovich, Sunil Malhotra, Kristoffer Ryan Winters, Geoffrey Cantor, Iris Bahr, Philipp Karner, Tim Griffin, Michael Kelly, Brooke Smith, Khaled Nabawy, Naeem Uzimann, Deidre Goodwin, Scott Takeda, Rebekah Paltrow, Jesse Daly, Anastasia Barzee, Melody Weiss, Byron Utley, Kevin Makely, Quinn Broggy, Sean Patrick Reilly, Anand Tiwari, David Warshofsky, Noah Emmerich, David Denman, Ty Burrell, Satya Bhabha
venerdì 22 ottobre 2010 – Marlen Vazzoler
Con Fair Game, Doug Liman porta sul grande schermo l’adattamento cinematografico di due libri: “Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House” le memorie dell’agente della Cia Valerie Plame e di “The Politics of Truth” scritto dal marito Joseph C. Wilson. Fair Game, interpretato da Naomi Watts e Sean Penn, è
24 ott 2005 – L’ammissione di Martino alla stampa inglese: “Americani e italiani hanno … L’informazione sul Niger e l’uranio è inclusa nelle tre pagine del … E’ una sezione che si è data molto da fare alla fine degli anni ’80 …. e Bush da subito comincia a pensare all’Iraq, a chiedere prove dei coinvolgimento di Saddam.
L’INCHIESTA. Fabbricate a Roma in maniera goffa e artigianale le prove su Saddam. Storia del falso dossier uranio che il Sismi spedì alla Cia Doppiogiochisti e dilettanti tutti gli italiani del Nigergate L’ammissione di Martino alla stampa inglese: “Americani e italiani hanno lavorato insieme. E’ stata un’operazione di disinformazione” di CARLO BONINI e GIUSEPPE D’AVANZO