On this online exclusive edition of Going Underground, Social Media Producer Farhaan Ahmed speaks to Pablo Vivanco, a Chilean journalist and the former director of TeleSUR English for the 48th Anniversary of the US-backed, CIA-facilitated coup in Chile which saw the death of democratically-elected socialist President Salvador Allende and the beginning of an era of neoliberal fascism. He discusses the events on the day of the coup, the US’ campaign with Chilean allies to sabotage the Allende government and foment economic chaos, the Pinochet regime’s transformation of Chilean society into one modeled off of the Chicago Boys’ neoliberalism, conditions for the working class during the Pinochet regime and the rise of a continent-wide purge of the left through the US-organised Operation Condor, Britain and the US’ role in supporting the Pinochet dictatorship, the 2020 referendum which saw Chileans reject the Pinochet constitution and the Chilean general elections in November!
CIA / INTEL AGENCIES
AMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISMCHILECIA / INTEL AGENCIESUS EXCEPTIONALISMUS GOVERNMENT CRIMESUS LAWLESSNESS
AMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN DUPLICITYCAPITALISM & SOCIALISMCAPITALIST FRONTSCAPITALIST TENTACLES & FRONTSCENSORSHIPCIA / INTEL AGENCIESMEDIA FRONTMEDIA SCUM
ED CURTIN—Now we have endless digital propaganda that is the “remedy” for loneliness. Ah, all the lonely people, keeping their masks in a jar by the side of the door together with Eleanor Rigby. They think they know what their masks are for but don’t know why they are lonely or that they have been played with. Masks upon masks are donned to ward off the fear that is pumped out through the electronic airwaves. It is doubtful that many ever heard of William Casey or can imagine the breadth and depth of the propaganda that he and his current protégés in the intelligence agencies and corporate media dispense daily.
“When everything the American people believes is false.” Casey must be smiling in hell.
ABOMINATIONSAMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN DUPLICITYCAPITALISM & SOCIALISMCAPITALIST TENTACLES & FRONTSCENTRAL ASIACIA / INTEL AGENCIESUS GOVERNMENT CRIMESUS LAWLESSNESSVIDEOSVIRTUALUNIV
Afghanistan war profiteering: 90% of US spending —trillions of dollars—went to Military-Industrial Complex contractors
Ben Norton launches his exclusive Rokfin show Propaganda Today discussing corporate war profiteering in Afghanistan, debunking media myths claiming Washington supposedly “spent $2 trillion and got nothing for it.” In the rest of the video, Ben talks about the history of US meddling in Afghanistan, and how the CIA gave birth to the Taliban, al-Qaeda, and other Islamist extremist groups.
BRITISH DEVIOUSNESSBRITISH/ EU/ NATO COMPLICITYCAPITALISM & SOCIALISMCIA / INTEL AGENCIESSYRIA & LEBANONVIRTUALUNIVWAR CRIMES & CRIMINALSWESTERN EXCEPTIONALISM
How a network of UK intel-linked operatives helped sell every alleged Syrian chemical weapons attack
KIT KLARENBERG—A tight-knit cast of characters has sought to destabilize the Syrian government by convincing Syrians, Western citizens, foreign states, and international bodies that the CIA-backed Free Syrian Army is a legitimate, “moderate” alternative, while flooding news across the globe with opposition propaganda. Its key actors have also played a central part in high-profile chemical weapon deceptions, participating in the attacks’ staging, generating media coverage, orchestrating official investigations and even legal actions, all with the clear goal of cultivating Western support for regime change.
AMERICAN DUPLICITYCIA / INTEL AGENCIESUS EXCEPTIONALISMUS GOVERNMENT CRIMESUS/UK PSYOPS
ANGEL GUERRA—For imperialism and the ultra-racist local and international economic power groups, it is inadmissible to accept that the first cholo, schoolteacher and Andean peasant in Peruvian history should become president, in such a strategically important country, just at a time of revival of popular struggles and the rise of leftist governments in the region. Ever since the overthrow by a right-wing coup of General and President Juan Velasco Alvarado (1975) -also of humble, cholo and northern Andean origin-, imperialism took Peru for granted as its docile dependency.