@ aughing at morons
I couldn’t care if he was the most unsavoury person on the planet, the information about the CIA, German Intelligence and others is extremely important.
The book was published in English by an American publisher, then ‘Privished’; they did a tiny print run, no publicity, then sat on it and refused to print more, despite lots of requests. I’m sure they did this at the ‘request’ of the CIA or another US agency.
There are an awful lot of people that don’t want the fact that our MSM are printing lies put out as articles and news by the CIA and other Intel agencies – are you one of them, by any chance? Do you perhaps believe, or want others to believe, that ‘Operation Mockingbird’ was really wound up in the ’70’s?
‘Operation Mockingbird: The CIA’s Operation Mockingbird Manipulated Media’:
‘…Some investigative journalists have claimed that Operation Mockingbird did not end in 1976 as the CIA claims. For example, in 1998, researcher Steve Kangas claimed that conservative billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife, who ran ‘Forum World Features’, a foreign news organization, was a CIA asset and used the organization to disseminate propaganda for circulation in the United States.264 Kangas ended up dead with a bullet hole in his head, in the office of Richard Scaife. It was ruled a suicide, although there were discrepancies in the police report and the autopsy….’
Do you believe Steve Kangas ‘committed suicide’?
‘The CIA and the Media: 50 Facts the World Needs to Know’:
‘…When seriously practiced, the journalistic profession involves gathering information concerning individuals, locales, events, and issues. In theory such information informs people about their world, thereby strengthening “democracy.” This is exactly the reason why news organizations and individual journalists are tapped as assets by intelligence agencies and, as the experiences of German journalist Udo Ulfkotte (entry 47 below) suggest, this practice is at least as widespread today as it was at the height of the Cold War.
Consider the coverups of election fraud in 2000 and 2004, the events of September 11, 2001, the invasions Afghanistan and Iraq, the destabilization of Syria, and the creation of “ISIS.” These are among the most significant events in recent world history, and yet they are also those much of the American public is wholly ignorant of. In an era where information and communication technologies are ubiquitous, prompting many to harbor the illusion of being well-informed, one must ask why this condition persists.
Further, why do prominent US journalists routinely fail to question other deep events that shape America’s tragic history over the past half century, such as the political assassinations of the 1960s, or the central role played by the CIA major role in international drug trafficking?…..’
So, yes, the information is important, no matter how badly the book may be in other respects (which I am not able to comment on, as I have been unable to access the book in English).