Told Untruths — But why would Iranian TV make ‘documentary’ about ‘whistleblower’ recruited by Israeli agent of influence?
By Maidhc Ó Cathail
The Passionate Attachment
February 9, 2013
A White House Middle East policy adviser under Clinton, she was personally recruited by Richard “Prince of Darkness” Perle to become the Bush Administration’s geo-strategic adviser to the Admiral(s) running America’s crucial 5th Fleet in Bahrain. Unbeknownst to Perle – who thought she was a loyal neocon – Gwenyth agreed with the first Admirals she worked with to undermine neocon plans to arrange a war-trigger incident vs. Iran. (emphasis added)
– “Gwenyth Todd: Neocons plotted US war on Iran; Richard Clarke a 9/11 person of interest,” The Kevin Barrett Show, September 4, 2012.
SH: In the movie Kill The Messenger, you describe Richard Perle as “an agent of influence for Israel” – what exactly is an agent of influence?
PG: That’s basically someone who works for a government, but is working for the interests of another government through his US government position. So when Perle was at the Defense Department, which he has been intermittently at through the years, he exploited his position, his contacts, on behalf of Israel. That’s not my assessment, incidentally, that was an assessment made by the CIA. There have been a number of other people in the government, particularly at the Defense Dept who’ve also been alleged to be agents of influence for Israel. (emphasis added)
– Scott Horton Interviews Philip Giraldi, Antiwar Radio, January 24, 2008.
Interestingly, the title of Ostrovsky’s book was inspired by another Biblical injunction, which Mossad adopted as its motto: ‘By way of deception, thou shalt do war.’
– Avi Shlaim, ‘Abu Nidal, Abu Shmidal,’ London Review of Books, May 9, 1991.
…you confuse your opponent, not with secrecy but too much information. There is more. You mix facts and lies, placing the names of those really responsible. The guilty are proven innocent because their accusers mask themselves behind a series of “dead ends” and unprovable conclusions. (emphasis added)
– Gordon Duff, The Lie Industry, Veterans Today, October 10, 2011.