Puppetmasters: The Political Use of Terrorism in Italy
iUniverse, 7 okt. 2002 - 374 pagina's
The CIA has been accused of a massive intelligence failure in the run-up to the 9/11 attacks -- the result, it is said, of a moralistic and bureaucratic approach to information-gathering. But the CIA's spies had few qualms when it came to cultivating terrorist organisations and interfering in the internal politics of Cold War Italy. Puppetmasters reveals how US intelligence services exploited the P2 masonic lodge to prop up friendly Christian Democrat-dominated governments and counter the growing political influence of the Italian Communist Party. It was a ruthless strategy involving coup plots, right wing terrorist bombings and the manipulation of the Red Brigades. And it gave Italy one of the bloodiest and most protracted periods of terrorist violence ever seen in a modern, industrialised society.
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A must read for anyone who wants to understand how terrorism in Italy was manipulated by the CIA and state, why the facts don't add up in official versions of the Moro kidnap and murder and how a ... Volledige recensie lezen
The Moro Kidnap
The Pecorelli Version
The Magliana Messages
The Moro Documents
Mr Browns Story
More Valued than Moro?
Time for glasnost in the West
Still Covering Up
Manipulating the Left