[cryptome] Re: The Art of Deception: Was: Re: Re: Fw: "The Battle for Iran," 1953: Re-Release of CIA Internal History Spotlights New Details about anti-Mosaddeq Coup

  • From: Neal Lamb <nl1816a@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2014 06:02:04 -0700

Thanks for the links Jeremy.
After 911, when I was still working........at United, at O'Hare Int. Airport, 
and we got our new CEO, Glenn Tilton from the Texaco/Chevron merger, I 
researched 2 of those 7 sisters. The Texaco story is typical. 

Mr Tilton seems to have had 3 choises of employment after college graduation in 
1970. The CIA(his father was station chief in Brazil), an airline, and he chose 
Texaco. 

on a lighter note of the Great War Anniversary


https://celebrity.yahoo.com/news/prince-harry-says-nephew-prince-george-looks-winston-200000698-us-weekly.html




On Sunday, June 29, 2014 5:22 AM, Jeremy Compton <j.compton@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
 


Hi Neal, all very interesting, the Corbett report does come up with some really 
interesting stuff indeed. Have you also seen the documentaries put out by Adam 
Curtis who has some really interesting documentaries that he has done through 
BBC. One notable one is that of the Power of Nightmares. Interestingly, l 
managed to get a lecturer friend of mine to play this one in an Intelligence 
class at Masters level in Wellington, NZ, they liked what he had to say but did 
not agree with the conclusion the guy was saying. That governments (UK &US) use 
fear to sell policies to their populations :)

One other documentary that l saw which l saw that deals with the topics you 
were speaking of which deals with both deception and History and Iran is the 
one shown on TV recently called the secret of the Seven sisters. 

Episode one:  Desert Storms

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TXG70xAnSU

The official page below for viewing this amazing documentary. This is an 
updated version of documentary based on a book of the same name.
http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2013/04/201344105231487582.html


The Secret of the Seven Sisters  
 
A four-part series that reveals how a secret pact formed a cartel that controls 
the world's oil. 
Last Modified: 26 Apr 2013 13:12   




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Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2014 14:38:15 -0700
From: nl1816a@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [cryptome] Re: The Art of Deception: Was: Re: Re: Fw: "The Battle for 
Iran," 1953: Re-Release of CIA Internal History Spotlights New Details about 
anti-Mosaddeq Coup
To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


Foundations of Social Engineering

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBdt6E5bs0M



On Saturday, June 28, 2014 3:28 PM, Aftermath <aftermath.thegreat@xxxxxxxxx> 
wrote:
 


art of deception is by kevin mitnick

8.5/10. a good read

On Saturday, June 28, 2014, Neal Lamb <nl1816a@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/10160609/Tony-Blair-pays-tribute-to-father-confessor-who-converted-him-to-Rome.html
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>Hi Neal,
>Only 10 big lies!  Obama must really be a good President then, if
      he has managed to get away with so few.;-)   That is of course if the 
criteria for a good President is how good a liar he is, or how many lies he 
tells, or how many he gets caught out on. Is it a question of degree, or 
quantity or quality perhaps?
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>I can never understand why people expect politicians or ministers
      of state or governors or governments or civil servants to tell the
      truth.  Just because one is brought up with the myth, doesn't mean
      to say that one has to believe in it.   What is "The Truth"
      anyway?  And if there is only one truth, then there can only be
      one lie...in my view?  
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>It brings back memories of that old protest song, during the
      Vietnam War.  "What did you learn in school today, dear little boy
      of mine...I learned that policemen were my friends..." by Pete
      Seager.
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>There is a good read called "The Art of Deception" a book
      available on Amazon, written from a sociological point of view,
      about why people tell lies.  She says that everyone tells lies,
      all the time, every day...and for no apparent reason.  Don't know
      how good her research is, or where she got it from...but it
      certainly doesn't apply to me...O:-) 
>ATB
>Dougie.
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>On 28/06/14 15:19, Neal Lamb wrote:
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>http://billmoyers.com/content/10-big-fat-lies-and-the-liars-who-told-them/
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