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Disinformation➲ [Read] ➭ Disinformation By Ion Mihai Pacepa ➽ – Varanus.us Today, still living undercover in the United States, the man credited by the CIA as the only person in the Western world who single handedly demolished an entire enemy espionage service the one he him Today, still living undercover in the United States, the man credited by the CIA as the only person in the Western world who single handedly demolished an entire enemy espionage service the one he himself managed takes aim at an even bigger target the exotic, widely misunderstood but still astonishingly influential realm of the Russian born science of DisinformationIndeed, within these pages, Pacepa, along with his co author, historian and law professor Ronald Rychlak, expose some of the most consequential yet largely unknown Disinformation campaigns of our lifetimeHere the reader will discover answers to many crucial questions of the modern era Why, during the last two generations, has so much of the Western world turned against its founding faith, Christianity Why have radical Islam, jihad and terrorism burst aflame after a long period of apparent quiescence Why is naked Marxism increasingly manifesting in America and its NATO allies What really happened to Russia after the Berlin Wall came down Like the solution to a giant jigsaw puzzle lacking one crucial piece, Disinformation authoritatively provides the missing dimension that makes the chaos of the modern world finally understandableBy its very nature, a Disinformation campaign can work only if the seemingly independent Western press accepts intentionally fabricated lies and presents them to the public as truth Thus, Pacepa and Rychlak also document how the US mainstream media s enduring sympathy for all things liberal left has made it vulnerable to indeed, the prime carrier of civilization transforming campaigns of lying, defamation and historical revisionism that turn reality on its head.

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    I have kind of admired the author, a secret service former big shot, who for many decades has betrayed and destroyed the lives of everyone around friends, colleagues, innocent citizens, etc to his evil bosses and in the end, for mercenary reasons or self preservation it was routine for secret service criminals who knew too much to unexpectedly die and safely take their dirty secrets to the grave , has betrayed even his boss, the infamous Ceausescu, to the CIA To me this was pure professiona I have kind of admired the author, a secret service former big shot, who for many decades has betrayed and destroyed the lives of everyone around friends, colleagues, innocent citizens, etc to his evil bosses and in the end, for mercenary reasons or self preservation it was routine for secret service criminals who knew too much to unexpectedly die and safely take their dirty secrets to the grave , has betrayed even his boss, the infamous Ceausescu, to the CIA To me this was pure professionalism, like the contract killer who gets a better contract from the prospective victim and kills his initial mafia taskmaster I and my friends, little guys crashed under Romanian communism yoke, have really enjoyed the defection of the author, Lt General Pacepa, to the CIA, the subsequent disarray of the foreign secret services, the dramatic demotion of his unmasked colleagues and the public exposure of the criminal essence of communist regimes It is funny that the remaining secret service bosses have walked in Pacepa s steps and finally, in what seems to me a KGB CIA combined staged plot with the show participation of incensed masses and I am exceedingly grateful to Gorbacev for setting East Europe free , have betrayed their evil masters, Ceausescu and his wife, sentencing them to death after a half an hour kangaroo trial and executing them on the spot in the following minutes, like dogs they were, in the building courtyard pure poetic justice Secret police bosses have than taken up power, turned coat, become millionaires or billionaires by stealing the national wealth and to this day they rule the country with an iron fist behind the curtains It is a pity that the lesson of this turn around scheme has not been followed in Iraq it would have saved thousands of American lives I found in the book that even in 2013, Lt Gen Pacepa s two sentences for treason to death by Ceausescu are still valid, in clear defiance of the US power that otherwise the rulers of Romania easily accommodate on a profit sharing base they cannot forgive the author for their past troubles and make it a very personal vendetta against the expressed wishes of several American presidents Sadly, to me it says a lot about who is now really in charge.As for the book itself, I learned almost nothing I did not already knew, and I am disappointed that the spymaster in his several books has not revealed at least a few specific dirty secret crimes from the hundreds his criminal organization has committed and has limited the books content to concocted anecdotes and generalities already known from newspapers Is he covering up something for his own preservation I have a problem with his credibility also because in his previous book Red horizons he affirms witnessing Arafat s homosexual orgies in Romania how convenient this character assassination and no photos to blackmail him later on or Nicu Ceausescu the dictator s son, educated at Oxford , pissing at a banquet on other people dishes It happened that for many years I have Nicu as my neighbor across the street and have known him as extremely polite and considerate with all the ordinary people, ants for him, to believe in such grotesque act nobody in Europe will do And what is the point Instead of attacking bad manners real or invented of the ruling class, why does he not focus on the real crimes of the regime I do not have here the space to list all my reasons to distrust the author.Half the book is spent on Pius XII, who according to the author was framed as Hitler s Pope by the KGB, and his defense through a byzantine, boring and long lame analysis of the play The deputy whose subject is the blind eye the Pope turned on the Holocaust, even when people and governments presented hard proof and conjured him to take attitude Unfortunately for the author, nowadays, the most interested ones, the Jewish community is of the opinion that the Pope did just nothing when he could substantially help the Jews, the Gypsies, and others Again, who is giving a dam about the integrity of Pius XII, given that nobody expect anything good from a pope remember the instigations to countless religion wars, the inquisition, Galileo and Copernicus, the crusades, the ridiculous self serving doctrine of Pope s infallibility, the recent cover up of pedophiles, etcNobody is so na ve to ignore that all secret services, including the western ones, commit crimes and reprehensible activities, but to compare Jack the Ripper with Hitler or Stalin does not exonerate the first and the author offering always only one side of the story is disappointing He is going to great lengths to affirm in the same style as Rush Limbaugh that KGB has brain washed Sen John Kerry in testifying to Senate about crimes committed by soldiers in Vietnam, crimes that never existed according to the author, that president Obama is a crypto socialist embarked on a sinister agenda to destroy US, and so on Or he seriously ventures in childish fairy tales like the one about Oswald having been sent by Khrushchev to kill Kennedy, but Khrushchev having second thoughts has instructed Fidel Castro to stop the assassination plot by sending his Cuban agent, Jack Ruby, to kill Oswald, and so on Therefore, in my opinion, most of the book is rubbish and a waste of time for the readers For the readers interested in a sincere and timeless indictment of the crimes of communism I rather recommend Solzhenitsyn Gulag Archipelago at least , or interested in behind the doors KGB operations, the book Special Tasks by the soviet spymaster Sudoplatov, as well as the The sword and the shield the Mitrokhin archive


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    1st from pacepa for me just out 25 jun 13, tuesday, 8 24 p.m e.s.t.kindle versionnot hardcover.there is a dedication to mary lou, who helped me look at my past through american eyes. lt gen ion mihai pacepa to my daughter lindsey and all the lindseys in my life. professor ronald rychlaka quotethe santayana quote all are familiar with those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. from the life of reason, vol 1, 1905another in russia, duck, aside from its normal mea 1st from pacepa for me just out 25 jun 13, tuesday, 8 24 p.m e.s.t.kindle versionnot hardcover.there is a dedication to mary lou, who helped me look at my past through american eyes. lt gen ion mihai pacepa to my daughter lindsey and all the lindseys in my life. professor ronald rychlaka quotethe santayana quote all are familiar with those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. from the life of reason, vol 1, 1905another in russia, duck, aside from its normal meaning, is a term for disinformation when the ducks are flying means that the press is publishing disinformation pavel sudoplatov, deputy chief of soviet foreign intelligence special tasks memoirs , 1994brings new meaning to holden s question where do the ducks go when the pond is frozen an author s noteabout the translationthere is a table of contentsis divided into four parts, each part divided into chapters, 8 15 chaptersthere is an introduction by r james woolseya foreward by paul kengor, phdpart 1 is called glorifying the guilty, framing the innocentthat begins down through the ages, everyone who has sat on the kremlin throne autocratic tsar, communist leader, or democratically elected president had been preoccupied with transforming his country into a monument to himself, and with controlling all expressions of religion that might in any way impinge on his political ambitions.okee dokee then, as the good doctor said onward and upward.update, finished, 6 56 a.m 29 jun 13, saturdaythis is a fascinating read history is a fascinating subject i ve enjoyed other spy stories, historical stories like The Man Who Never WasThe House on Garibaldi Streeta handful of others disinformationa kind of yeast that is possibly the main ingredient, and has been the soviet s soviet bloc s recipe for undermining freedom, attacking religion, and promoting terrorism disinformation is a way of life for those who have used it in reality, disinformation is as different from misinformation as night is from day. misinformationis an official government tool and recognizable as such. the science of disinformationand it was specifically and proudly termed a sciencewas born in russia, it was deeply rooted in the russian soil and in that country s history potemkin villages pacepa defines disinformation as a russian construct, provides examples to define the term the april 2003 stories about the looting of the national museum in bagdadblame for the americansdisinformation eventually it was reliably reported that museum employees had hidden the supposedly looted treasures in a safe place long before the iraq war started he illustrates another from recent american history the burning of churches that i recall disinformation fascinating stuff.part way into this read, i came here to look at reviews of books that also have a kind of review in this, pacepa s book the soviet union s disinformation war against pope pius xii is covered herein and here at goodreads, there are favorable reviews of cornwell s Hitler s Pope, a book that pacepa says relies mainly on secondary sources, such as carlo falconi s the silence of pius xii, which was based on documents counterfeited by the communist government of croatia. disinformation.and since then there have been other books printed, one in particular, that pacepa shows selectively edited a quote to disinform the reading public, suzan zuccotti s under his very windows selectively edited real quotations in order to transform positive information about pius xii into negative pacepa s partner in writing this, this professor rychlak, has a title that counters, i believe, cornwell s book about pius xiigutta cavat lapidem, non vi sed saepe cadendo a drop makes a hole in stone not by force, but by constant drippingor, tell a lie often enough, and eventually the world believes.fascinating stuff hereabout oswald, the kennedy assination possibly some new ideas that the reader has not yet read, considered.toowithin the last eight years or so we ve heard time and again how the world hates america and we re given to understand this is entirely the fault of george bush pacepa clearly illustrates that hatred for america and generatingof that hatred has been the m.o of the soviet union and the new russia under putinand like the drip drip drip, it has become all the rage here in america.and i can t help but think of dostoyevsky s the idiot and to a degree his brothers k where dosty writes about the animal like hatred that was generated in russia during his day hatred for all things russian we know what happened after dosty the same animal like hatred for all things american is and has been generated, due in large part, to the disinformation war waged by the soviet union and her allies and now taken up on a daily basis and sung by those in that pennant race to utopia.and this animal like hatred for the pasta large part of disinformation, t would seemis also seen in the changing of the guard as has happened in russia the soviet union a new man comes on the sceneand animal like hatred is thus generated for the man who held the reigns in the past pacepa shows us that this has happened time and again in russia consider it.pacepa illustrates numerous disinformation campaigns the protocols of the elders of zionan old russian forgeryche s diaries, another russian forgery how often do you see someone wearing a che tee shirt anyway, fascinating read,so, when the information he provides about pope pius xii clearly indicates the man was opposed to nazism, that he was not anti semitic as the soviets would have the world believe pacepa informs the reader that the cover of cornwell s book used a photo mislabeled as to the year, used a photo of pius in the garments of the church, though not yet pope , the intent it is obvious, was to smear the churchand when that cover photo was changed, the year corrected etc etc fascinating, as i said, because one can read reviews of the result of soviet soviet bloc disinformation campaigns here at goodreads.toothere is a good amount of coverage of assassinations.and by book s end, pacepa tells the reader of the disinformation campaign under way in his native romaniato rehabilitate change the history of ceausescuto make him out to be a good guy after alland to make pacepa out to be what he was notdisinformation.and if current politics in america are any indication, disinformation is fast becoming a way of life here be afraid be very afraid or stand and do something about it good read there is much to this booki ve written in brief about only a few of the things that struck me toothe kindle book portion ends at 65% complete there follows pages and pagesabout 20% of notes.i skimmed through those for the most, they are footnotes.butthan a few contain paragraphs of additional info there follows a bibliography and an index


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    Reading this book made me realize why Trump s winning speech for the american people hinted at the recent loss and ridicule of authentic american values and virtues After two Obama administrations, paved with the worst guilt trip anyone has ever seen, it is time once again to bring back the western ideas that make this time and age the best to be alive I am curious to read other publications from this author.


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    Disinformation is a book that needs to be on every English speaking library shelf, and needs to be read by every English speaking history teacher.Disinformation explains of post WWII history from the perspective of one who was on the inside Author Ion Pacepa, former Romanian spy chief, brings modern world history alive With this as a backdrop, it s clear who orchestrated JFK s assassination, and who initiated world wide anti American sentiment and whipped it into a fury The answer was probabl Disinformation is a book that needs to be on every English speaking library shelf, and needs to be read by every English speaking history teacher.Disinformation explains of post WWII history from the perspective of one who was on the inside Author Ion Pacepa, former Romanian spy chief, brings modern world history alive With this as a backdrop, it s clear who orchestrated JFK s assassination, and who initiated world wide anti American sentiment and whipped it into a fury The answer was probably not on many Americans radars These are the true stories behind our history that now make it all make sense,This is a book that every politically aware, thinking American needs to read


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    Unfortunately, this book unexpectedly started to fall apart with a casual fact check When I expanded my research into the sources, I found manycredibility issues and cherry picking of information that is so tiring when looking for in depth analysis If you are looking for clear, factual information that describes actual strategic moves backed by actual historical evidence and analysis this is sadly not your book You will recognize the tones and themes that dominate any nearly political c Unfortunately, this book unexpectedly started to fall apart with a casual fact check When I expanded my research into the sources, I found manycredibility issues and cherry picking of information that is so tiring when looking for in depth analysis If you are looking for clear, factual information that describes actual strategic moves backed by actual historical evidence and analysis this is sadly not your book You will recognize the tones and themes that dominate any nearly political conversation in 2017, however I m certain the authors have very interesting experiences and information that could have been shared in a muchthoughtful manner Maybe in the future


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    I read about 10% of the book, and then decided to stop The topic is supposed to be about disinformation, the writer being a top soviet era officer in a notorious intelligence agency Four orchapters into the book, the story goes like I reached the higher positions in soviet intelligence hierarchy, but I m a good man, and I ll spend the rest of this book repeating boring anecdotes, and try to look credible.What a terrible book, I m quite surprised it gets good reviews Stopped reading.


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    Some good information on there but most of it should be taken with a grain of salt Lots less personal anecdotes and plenty of repetitive discourse make this a long read Overall, Pacepa gives a very simplistic version of our world black and white, US food, Russia evil, etc Unfortunately our world is mostly made of gray so things aren t that simple.


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    My experience with this was a bit up and down there was a lot of good information and interesting story tidbits about the author Pacepa s experience and what he knew about the Soviet bloc s activities, but the writing isn t real engaging Many sections get very detailed in a this is what he said and this is what she said way that is hard to get through And towards the end, Pacepa has complaints about events in recent US history that aren t supported as well as they need to be in order to be My experience with this was a bit up and down there was a lot of good information and interesting story tidbits about the author Pacepa s experience and what he knew about the Soviet bloc s activities, but the writing isn t real engaging Many sections get very detailed in a this is what he said and this is what she said way that is hard to get through And towards the end, Pacepa has complaints about events in recent US history that aren t supported as well as they need to be in order to be real believable His accusations that Barack Obama is very socialist, for example, based on the number of locations mainly schools in the US that have been named for him since he was elected president Partly the problem is that we ve seen this kind of accusation from a number of untrustworthy sources, so when it s made the argument has to be really good to differentiate it from what we ve seen before Then again, the author has seen a number of actual hard line socialist dictators, so he would recognize similarities much better than most who live in the West Again, though, I m not going to be convinced by the number of times Obama says I or me in his speeches, particularly when I don t have comparable counts from other presidents or western leaders.A lot of the material is good, though Pacepa s relating of events from his experience make for good information and the best reading, like the time he had to break the news to his boss Ceaucescu that they couldn t build a nuclear program because they just didn t have the engineering talent in Romania, or when he decided to defect and did Even his reports of meeting with prominent USSR KGB leaders are absorbing.Pacepa s main message is that eventhan gathering information about what is going on in the world, Communist countries intelligence efforts were and are directed at disseminating false information to promote lies those countries wanted others to believe One of the largest examples in the book, the framing of Pope Pius XII as Hitler s Pope , is reviewed in too much detail for me The author is good at showing how, once the original generation that remembers the truth gives way to a new one, those lies often take root and eventually form a large part of public opinion One example that the assassination of JFK was a conspiracy by US sources I had guessed Oswald had done it based on Soviet provided training and direction simply based on his having moved there after becoming disaffected with the US, but then moving back here again However, Pacepa provides a lotinformation, including how the USSR got cold feet but was then unable to stop Oswald, and how Oswald may well have provided the USSR with the information it needed to bring down a U2 plane during the Eisenhower administration I had no idea those might be linked.In any case, most tyrants spend a lot of time polishing their image to the masses, but Pacepa shows how Communist tyrants and the USSR in particular raised it to an art form


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    When I first learned of this book in an article in Britain s Telegraph, I was excited Why Because I ve always had the unsettling feeling that something simply isn t right about the so called collapse of the Soviet Union I ve always looked at America s war with Islamic terrorism as something of a proxy war years of work by both the Soviets and the Chinese developed After all, what better way than reigniting the Western world s oldest argument with an adversary as a way to exhaust American mil When I first learned of this book in an article in Britain s Telegraph, I was excited Why Because I ve always had the unsettling feeling that something simply isn t right about the so called collapse of the Soviet Union I ve always looked at America s war with Islamic terrorism as something of a proxy war years of work by both the Soviets and the Chinese developed After all, what better way than reigniting the Western world s oldest argument with an adversary as a way to exhaust American military and economic might than these piddly wars However, I was disappointed with Pacepa s obsession with some sort of Soviet plot to incinerate the reputation of Pope Pius, the so called Hitler s Pope Here, Pacepa goes into arcane detail about playwrights and propaganda, that if true, is indeed something to think about, but not enough to ruin the West Pacepa himself is an expatriate refugee and former head of the Romanian secret service His claim that the former Soviet Union is the first intelligence communtiy led totalitarian state in history is close to the mark, but I believe there is muchto this picture than Pacepa himself reveals It is indeed true that the Soviets send thousands of operatives into the Islamic world to build schools and teach children about the so called evils of capitalism, and it s not too surprising to suss out the Marxist inclinations in the beliefs of Osama bin Laden and the entire Islamic fundamentalist movement Pacepa does make a good case for this, but the book is a little too breathless, a little too sensationalistic and a little too tone deaf to the rigors of the fact based community in America to be the tour de force it could have been


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    This book is, in my opinion, one of the most essential works you have to read The greatest reason is that, it makes question whether you should or trust anything at all And even if you do trust, for example, a seemingly reliable source, you have to keep in mind that it my just be the exterior of it That is basically what is learned in this book, and for examples of this concept of disinformation, is the full use of it by KGB, the russian communist regime during the Cold War The author reveal This book is, in my opinion, one of the most essential works you have to read The greatest reason is that, it makes question whether you should or trust anything at all And even if you do trust, for example, a seemingly reliable source, you have to keep in mind that it my just be the exterior of it That is basically what is learned in this book, and for examples of this concept of disinformation, is the full use of it by KGB, the russian communist regime during the Cold War The author reveals some of the strategies and techniques by KGB and the Socialist Republic of Romania, the comunist version of Romania before 1989 He reveals the results and all the damage inflicted into the world by the almost artistic use of disinformation.He mostly talks about what KGB did during his stay in Romania before he left the country in secret in 1978 It s mostly what he heard of, or what he did before his departure, and all the subjects about disinformation that he talks about in this book, might not be really nice to hear, in general, about such stuff But this is the reality of the world, and doing some research about some subjects, it is all entirely true.The only bad thing about this book, which is also too much that is bad, are some of subjects at the end of the book, which I don t think he had access to that information, but it is my opinion entirely Overall, this book is one of the most important works regarding the history of the world, and you can learn something from it I recommend this book to anyone who wants to knowabout world history and can appreciate not so nice subjects in general

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