Is the CIA the world's worst terrorist organization?
The TSA or Homeland Security also come to mind, but I consider the CIA as far and away the world's dominant and most murderous terrorist organization. Do you? If no, then please state why another is worse than the CIA.
Cambodia, Argentina, Philippines, Guatemala, Colombia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Libya, Bolivia, and on and on.
It has been said that C.I.A. = Criminals in Action. I have always heard rumors that they are the ones smuggling all the heroine and cocaine into the U.S.A. Why? I don't have a clue. I don't know if this is propaganda out there floating around or the truth. But they seem much less public-friendly than, say, the F.B.I. or even local law enforcement.
Past or present? If past, then the S.S. immediately comes to mind, if present, then the C.I.A. or Mossad comes to mind.
No, it's probably Mossad. Israel controls America and Mossad was behind 9-11.
Hang on--apples and oranges. The TSA is run by simple morons. They're a bunch of harmless "mall cop" security guards who were forced off of welfare. Half of them have 4-inch press-on fingernails and the rest are perverts who like to look at X-Rays of naked ladies on backscatter machines. DHS exists for admin purposes and has no effective control over the dozens of rogue agencies under it. Border Protection, Customs, and the Coast Guard do not affect the average American anymore than than the TSA causes real harm. The Secret Service is understaffed for its broad mission. ICE alone is the only real threat to life and liberty. Let's compare that to that other three-letter agency mentioned. This is an agency filled with extra-judicial agents who won't even publicly mention the name of their organization without fear of turning into stone. It is full of Christian zealots who are capable of performing any manner of deeds, before retiring to teach history and political science on college campuses. Yes, the CIA created terrorism in Afghanistan in 1980 to fight the Soviets and it essentially funded Islamic extremism until it turned against the US. It gathers random intelligence, it blackmails, and it murders people living outside the US. The Justice Department is bad as well. The ATF-E and DEA serve no useful purpose other than as regulatory agencies. The FBI folks are the "booger-eating" geeks of federal law enforcement and are the older, but dumber Christian cousins of the CIA. The DIA (the DOD's attempt at creating a CIA) is the full-blown mentally-retarded cousin of the CIA.
Depends on how you define the word 'worst'. If as in inept, ineffective, inefficient, bloated bureaucracy and corrupt assassins then I would say SMERSH.
If worst as in the most deadly successful then MOSSAD.
CIA has done just as nasty human experimentation as the Nazi's did. Except the only difference is that the CIA experiments are mostly a total failure and has never had any redeeming value whatsoever. I'm talking about the life jacket design improved with Medical Experiments at Dachau.
Wrote hub about it @ http://ptosis.hubpages.com/hub/Human-guinea-pigs
I agree with you totally -- although must admit I do not have indepth education/study on the CIA. I do know, however, that I've become extremely fearful of any organizations such as the CIA in recent years. I'm not sure whether my fear is from ignorance of the internal workings of such organizations or just that I see more and more of our freedoms fading away and view such government entities as "enforcers." Excellent question!
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