The Books The Deep State Hopes You’ll Never Read
It isn’t really a surprise that there are books detailing certain parts of history that the government would like to see destroyed. There are books that get heavily promoted, wind up on bestseller lists everywhere before the ink has even dried on the pages, and you randomly see everyone at the airport carrying a copy under their arm as if they are being handed out for free with the plane tickets. And then there are books like the ones on this list that, if the establishment gets its way, you will never so much as lay eyes on.
1. 63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read
Sure, the title makes it seem pretty obvious, but I’ve got to wonder if people passed this one up largely based on the polarizing conspiracy figure that Jesse Ventura has become.
The book itself is filled with an eye-opening array (a primer if you will) of actual government documents that paint a picture of who our government does and does not represent. The people? No. Continuity of government, military-industrial complex and megacorporations? Absolutely.
It includes such amazing tidbits as “The CIA’s Secret Assassination Manual,” “CIA ‘Propaganda Notes’ on the Kennedy Assassination,” “Military Experiments on Our Own Troops,” “Fixing the Vote in Ohio,” “An Internet Kill Switch?,” and a bevy of false flag info from Operation Northwoods to 9/11 to Gulf of Tonkin and more.
Oh, and plenty of info on government drug running, torture, and covert operations among others. While Ventura imparts little thought-provoking nuggets of wisdom to set off each document, such as his question on the CIA: “So who runs this agency if the president doesn’t?” (a question I still can’t find the answer to), these reproduced government pieces speak largely for themselves and will shock even seasoned conspiracy theorists… They simply have to be read to be believed.
And speaking of the CIA…
2. The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence
To put it bluntly, the Central Intelligence Agency did not want this book to come out. Period.
This book was written by former CIA employee Victor L. Marchetti and former State Department intelligence analyst John D. Marks. In 1972, another CIA employee identifying himself as Robert P. B. Lohmann filed an affidavit in a federal court asking for an injunction against the book’s release.
It seems Marchetti never gave an advanced copy over to the agency for review before publishing… which begs the question, how exactly did Lohmann end up with a copy to file the court papers over to begin with? Marchetti circulated maybe half a dozen copies in total and none were to Lohmann or his former employer…
This is the first book that the federal government ever went to court to try and censor before publication.
That should tell you enough right there, but here’s a little more. Marchetti referred to the “cult of intelligence” as a way of identifying the counterproductive CIA culture obsessed with “secrecy, elitism, and lawlessness,” and ultimately, a “secret fraternity of the American political aristocracy.”
Get in the Fight! Tithe to our Ministry and Help Finish Recording God's Word Seen on Every Page!
The injunction was granted and after the agency fully reviewed the book, it designated some 339 portions to be deleted. That number was later bargained down to 168 after the authors filed their own lawsuit to challenge the government’s censorship. The 1974 copy includes 168 blank spaces where those portions used to be.
Guess we’re left to fill in the blanks…
(For more in this vein, see also David Wise’s The American Police State: The Government against the People)
This forum is an introduction into the Occult
1 post • Page 1 of 1