By S.R. Shearer
December 6, 2017

It is difficult for ordinary Americans to understand the brutal and vicious methods that the American super-state employs to keep its vassal states in line – even Western European vassal states.

One must remember here that the CIA murder of Frank Olson in 1953 involved MK-Ultra experiments being conducted in Europe on Europeans – experiments that one way or another have continued to this very day. [Please see our article, The Supernatural, America's Intelligence Agencies, the Republican Elites and Pedophilia;" [PRESS HERE] also "MK-Ultra and the Search for the Manchurian Candidate."] [PRESS HERE]

While all these brutal methodologies preceded Trump's rise to power many, many decades ago, they are undoubtedly the methods that will be used by Trump's subalterns as the "end of days" closes in on us.

Just how barbaric these methods are is easily demonstrated by any honest assessment of America's history throughout its client-state system as evidenced by the example of the CIA's heartless and merciless agent in Uruguay between 1964 and 1970 - Dan Mitrioni.

When Mitrione came to Uruguay in a police advisory function, the police were torturing with an obsolete electric needle:

"Mitrione arranged for the police to get newer electric needles of varying thickness. Some needles were so thin they could be slipped between the teeth. Benitez (a Uruguayan police official) understood that this equipment came to Montevideo inside the U.S. embassy's diplomatic pouch." [A.J. Langguth, Hidden Terrors, Pantheon, 1978, p. 251.]

Victims reported that Mitrione participated directly in torture sessions. There is little doubt that local Uruguayan torturers were trained by the United States and used equipment supplied through the U.S. assistance program with the knowledge of their U.S. advisors, who were also responsible for coordinating the operations of police terrorists in the whole of Latin America. [Please see our article on death squads, "Bringing in the Kingdom of God Death Squad Style."] [PRESS HERE]

Journalist A.J. Langguth claims that the American government actually set up torture camps within the continental limits of the U.S. itself which American CIA operatives have used to train their client-state stooges. Over the years there has been a development of "methods of interrogation" that inflict enormous pain on the human body and spirit. [Please see our article, "Be Concerned, Be very Concerned: Detention Camps Are Coming to a Neighborhood Near You."] [PRESS HERE]

All this is to say nothing of the assassinations that the American government has perpetrated on actual leaders who have dared to defy the will of the United States. Take, for example, the manner in which the U.S. used to get rid of Hugo Chávez, the 62nd President of Venezuela, who died of cancer on 5 March 2013 at the age of 58.

Two years previous to his death on December 28, 2011, Chávez gave a speech during which he strongly hinted that the U.S. may be behind a "very strange" bout of cancer affecting not only himself but several other socially-minded leaders aligned with him in South America. Chavez, speaking a day after Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, remarked that the Central Intelligence Agency, which had been behind inhumane chemical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s, is engaging in the same kind of malevolence today.

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Chávez, accused George Bush I of plotting to assassinate him. He wrote,

"If I am assassinated, there is only one person responsible: the president of the United States."

He went on to say,

"I will not hide, I will walk in the streets with all of you ... but I know I am condemned to death."

During his lifetime as president of Venezuela he had referred to the United States as "a bad person," "an assassin," and "a violent invader." Perhaps most famously, Chávez  called George W. Bush the devil and claimed that the podium Bush used when he addressed the UN smelled of sulfur.

Venezuelan journalist Eva Golinger has repeatedly questioned the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Chávez. She said that the cancerous illness from which Chávez suffered was unusually aggressive and suspicious, and every day turns up more evidence that it is possible Chávez was murdered.

The first signs of cancer were found in Chávez in May 2011. In June he underwent two surgeries at a specialized center in Havana. His Cuban surgeons found and removed a malignant tumor that had metastasized with sinister persistence, despite all preventive measures. New operations were needed.

Golinger lays the blame of Chávez's death on an officer ostensibly attached to Chávez as a personal aide who introduced cancer into the president using methodologies perfected by the CIA - Leamsy Villafaña Salazar. She writes,

"It is enough to know that one man who had for several years been one of his closest aides – Salazar - was often alone with him and brought him his food, coffee, and water, is now a protected witness in the United States."

She continues:

"The stories about Salazar emphasized the point that while Chávez was alive, Salazar had been a 'committed' follower of Chávez, but that after his death Salazar had decided to break with the regime. Therefore, Salazar had held secret negotiations with the DEA for 13 months, not only to arrange his escape, but also to obtain certain promises regarding his own safety as well as that of his wife and children.

"But the CIA is not mentioned, only the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency). The reason for that is clear – the CIA is a spy agency, and any indicator of possible long-standing secret ties with this 'bureau of hit men' was something Salazar's protectors tried to avoid, knowing that Venezuela's SEBIN (Servicio Bolivariano de Inteligencia Nacional) counterintelligence agency would investigate the story of his involvement in Chávez's murder."

Commenting on the way the CIA often hides behind the mask of the DEA, Celerino Castillo, a former DEA agent, writes:

"The CIA has always used the DEA as its bastard son to hide its crimes."

Asked about Salazar, Castillo did not hesitate an instant, and said:

"I witnessed many murders by the CIA. I have archives of cases and passports from the individuals who were killed."

In the 1980s, Castillo denounced the Bush I administration as accomplices in narco-trafficking and contraband weapons trafficking. Bipartisan investigations in the House and the Senate confirmed his allegations against the US government. [Please see our articles, "The Death of Gary Webb: Is the Government Sending Us a Message" [PRESS HERE] and "Gary Webb: Drug Connection."] [PRESS HERE]


Castillo writes:

"While I was in Central America as a DEA agent, we were accustomed to CIA operatives like Randy Capister and Victor Rivera. They paid Rivera $5,000 a month to use his death squad (made  up of Venezuelans) in El Salvador."

Golinger continues her report:

"The pro-American media does its utmost to gloss over the questions that inevitably arise about Salazar's participation in the preparations for Chávez's murder. They claim that there can be no doubts about Salazar: he honorably served the regime and idolized Chávez until he realized that those immediately above him were mixed up in drug trafficking. However, the investigation conducted by SEBIN raises doubts about Salazar's 'spotless rectitude'. Even his mother has admitted that Leamsy's work in the presidential guard weighed heavily on him. But he was in no rush to distance himself from Chávez, because Salazar's primary employer was someone else, and those people insisted that he strictly discharge his duties."

She continues:

Chávez wrote shortly before his death:

"It's very difficult to explain, even with the law of probabilities, what has been happening to some of us in Latin America. Would it be so strange that they've (the CIA) invented technologies to spread cancer?"

Chávez called for a regional summit of leaders who have battled cancer including Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, her predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva and Paraguay's Fernando Lugo.

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dilma Rousseff, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva and Fernando Lugo

Chávez warned:

"Evo take care of yourself, Correa, be careful, we just don't know."

He was referring to Evo Morales and Rafael Correa, the leftist leaders of Bolivia and Ecuador.

Obviously, leaders and others in Latin America have much to fear from the United States beyond the example of Chávez; take, for example, the fate of ten other leaders in Latin America who – like Chávez – have dared to defy the will of the United States:


1. 1954 in Guatemala

In 1944, the violent U.S.-backed dictatorship of Jorge Ubico was overthrown by a popular uprising. Ubico had merely served as a puppet of the United Fruit Company, which basically enslaved the population.

U.S.-backed and financed military tyrants of Guatemala 1954.

It stripped campesinos and indigenous people of their lands and forced them to work their own parcels and paid them crumbs. Those who dared to disobey were brutally punished by a police force working for the U.S. agricultural company. [Please see our article, "The American Empire: The Corporate / Pentagon / CIA / Missionary Archipelago."] [PRESS HERE]

The victory of an uprising in 1951 brought peace to the country for 10 years, its culmination being the election in 1951 of progressive Jacobo Arbenz, who sought an agrarian reform.

In 1954, the CIA launched the code-named Operation PB-SUCCESS. The country's capital Guatemala City was bombed by U.S. warplanes. The young Ernesto "Che" Guevara was there and witnessed the invasion first hand. Under a series of military rulers after the coup, Guatemala suffered three decades of brutal repression in which as many as 200,000 people died, many of them campesinos killed by security forces.

2. 1959 in Haiti

Haiti is as strategic to the United States as are the Dominican Republic and Cuba. But in Haiti, the story is different. In 1959, two years after coming to power, Francois Duvalier, with the help of the CIA, created a rural militia called the Tonton Macoute after a Haitian Creole bogeyman in response to discontent among the people to his developing dictatorial rule.

U.S.-backed dictator Francois Duvalier

The Macoute, which by 1961 was twice as big as the army, never developed into a real military force but was more than just a secret police, terrorizing those who opposed the U.S.-backed dictator.

Francois Duvalier's death squads, the Tonton Macoute

Duvalier's son, CIA-approved heir, Jean-Claude succeeded his father in 1971 and continued the repressive rule.

During his presidency, until 1986, "prisons and torture centers claimed the lives of hundreds of victims. Arbitrary arrests, torture, deaths in custody, enforced disappearances and political killings were regularly reported," according to Amnesty International.

3. 1964 in Brazil

The early 1960s were years of incredible transformation in Brazil. President Joao Goulart implemented his "Basic Reforms" plan, which aimed to combat adult illiteracy; control the transfer of profits by multinational companies with headquarters abroad by reforming tax laws; expropriate land and redistribute to the population.

Joao Goulart's mistake was carving into U.S. companies' profits for the good of his people.

In 1964 a military coup ousted Goulart. Lincoln Gordon served as U.S. ambassador, playing a major role in support of the opposition against the government of Goulart and also during the coup. On March 27, 1964, he wrote a top secret cable to the U.S. government, urging it to support the coup of Humberto de Alencar Castello Branco with a "clandestine delivery of arms" and shipments of gas and oil, to possibly be supplemented by CIA covert operations.

4. 1969 in Uruguay

During the 1960s, revolutionary movements spread through Latin America. The United States saw influential socialist leaders emerge in this South American nation. For example, the urban revolutionary guerrilla group known as the Tupamaros.  Jose "Pepe" Mujica was part of it and so was his wife Lucia Topolansky. Washington became obsessed with eliminating them, fearing the influence and power they were achieving.

Nelson Rockefeller went to Uruguay in 1969 on a Latin American tour commissioned by President Richard Nixon to observe firsthand the growing anti-Yankee sentiment in the region. He returned to Washington to alert authorities that something needed to be done urgently. Of course, the CIA responded immediately.

They sent Dan Mitrione. In 1969, Mitrione moved to Uruguay to oversee the Office of Public Safety, under the guise of USAID. The OPS helped local police for many years in the 1960s, training them and providing weapons. Mitrione was reportedly the man who made torture routine, applying in his words, "the precise pain, in the precise place, in the precise amount, for the desired effect."

In 1971, Juan Maria Bordaberry was elected president under the Colorado Party. He led a coup in  June 1973, with the blessing of the CIA, and remained in power until 1976, when he, in turn, was overthrown by the military. Under Bordaberry and Operation Condor, hundreds of people were murdered, tortured, imprisoned, kidnapped and disappeared.

Operation Condor

5. 1971 in Bolivia

In 1967, Che Guevara was murdered after having led a guerrilla war in Bolivia against the oligarchy. The CIA-backed the mission to assassinate the revolutionary leader had international repercussions.

Meanwhile, in 1970, General Juan Jose Torres took power and implemented reforms to benefit workers and those living in poverty. Hope returned to Bolivia. After less than a year in power, Torres was overthrown in a bloody coup led by the Junta of Commanders of the Armed Forces. Despite massive resistance — both civilian and military — the conservative forces applied brutality without compunction. Banzer ruled the country for the next seven years, working within Operation Condor and the CIA to silence all dissent.

6. 1973 in Chile

In Chile, the CIA used different tactics but the results were the same. The agency led a smear campaign against the government of Chile, as it is currently doing in Venezuela. They used national and international  media to demonize socialist President Salvador Allende.

By causing scarcity through extortion, through torture, imprisonment, enforced disappearances and assassinations, the CIA and right-wing forces in the country attempted to destabilize the country especially after Allende nationalized natural resources. On Sep. 11, 1973, Gen. Augusto Pinochet led the military all the way to the presidential palace with the backing of the CIA, who provided him with all the necessary weapons and armored vehicles.

War planes dropped bombs on the palace. Before he died, Allende told his people, "I will not give up! Placed in a historic transition, I will pay for the loyalty of the people with my life. And I tell you with certainty that the which we have planted in the good conscience of thousands and thousands of Chileans will not be shriveled forever. They are strong and they may be able to dominate us, but the social processes cannot be halted nor with crime nor by force."

Pinochet ruled for 17 years, with the official victim toll at 40,018. These include detained and/or tortured; forcibly disappeared or executed; and kidnapped. Over 200,000 Chileans were forced into exile. [Please see the film, "Missing."]

7. 1976 in Argentina

The Dirty War from 1976-1983 was marked by detention centers, torture centers, massacres, rape of women and children and disappearances. In total, 30,000 people are believed killed, with 13,000 disappeared.

The "DIRTY WAR" in Argentina

A military junta overthrew President Isabel Peron in 1976 and soon after the new Foreign Minister Cesar Guzzetti told U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger that the military was aggressively cracking down on "the terrorists," according to the New York Times.

Kissinger responded, "If there are things that have to be done, you should do them quickly," warning that the U.S. congress may cut off aid.

Thus the Argentine government was given a green light by the U.S. to continue its brutal attacks against leftist guerrillas, political dissidents and suspected opponents.

8. 1980 in El Salvador

There is compelling evidence to show that for over 30 years, members of the U.S. military and the CIA helped organize, train, and fund death squad activity in El Salvador.

Former Death Squad officer and Company Commander in the Salvadoran Army Ricardo Castro revealed that he held monthly briefings with Deputy CIA Chief of Station in El Salvador Frederic Brugger who had recruited him for intelligence work after meeting him at an interrogation class. Castro also claimed to have knowledge of the perpetration of large massacres of civilians by Army Department 5.

Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero was an exponent of liberation theology and paid for it with his life.

In 1980 and throughout the government's war against the rebels in the FMLN, the CIA-backed death squads terrorized the Salvadoran people. Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, a believer in liberation theology, was murdered as he was officiating mass in 1980. When the U.S.-inspired civil war was over, at least 75,000 people were reported murdered and many thousands displaced. [Please see our article, "Liberation Theology, the Vatican and the CIA: Ghosts and Phantoms."] [PRESS HERE] [Please also see the film, "Salvador(1986)."]

9. 1989 in Panama

On December 20, 1989, over 27,000 U.S. soldiers invaded Panama.

Under the name "Just Cause," the operation left at least 3,000 dead in its wake, with many unidentified bodies burnt and piled up in the streets, according to many witnesses.

The military invasion, launched by President George H. W. Bush, came 10 years after the small country had finally gained its independence over its canal. Ten days after the invasion, the canal, which belonged to the United States until 1979, was finally due to return to partial Panamanian control in 1990, and fully in 2000. In order to try to maintain a government that supported U.S interests, and to maintain U.S. hegemony in the region, Washington had previously tried economic sanctions, and even a failed military coup attempt, before resorting to a full-scale invasion.

The fear that the authority over the canal could be transferred to a government that didn't completely submit to U.S. interests prompted the United States to claim it would be "saving" the Panamanians from a suddenly "cruel dictator," who was also a drug-trafficker — an activity that they were aware of but did not seem to mind while President Manuel Noriega was collaborating with the CIA, in Washington's fight against the Nicaraguan Sandinistas, for instance.

Until 1988, Washington even praised Noriega's efforts against drug trafficking in the region on several occasions, even though the CIA kept a record of his involvement in criminal activities since 1972, as Noam Chomsky pointed out in his 1993 book, "What Uncle Sam really Wants."

10. 1990 in Peru

Alberto Fujimori was elected president in 1990. He named Vladimiro Montesinos National Intelligence Service Director. Montesinos was at the center of a vast web of illegal activities, including embezzlement, graft, gunrunning, and drug trafficking. He was later tried, convicted and sentenced for numerous charges. Montesinos had strong connections with the CIA and was said to have received $10 million from the agency for his government's anti-terrorist activities.

As early as 1997, the U.S. state department annual human rights report's chapter about Peru described the massive power SIN had acquired under Montesinos' direction and its use against domestic political opponents. Despite those concerns, arms sales to the Fujimori regime by the U.S. government and U.S.-licensed companies nearly quadrupled in 1998 to $4.42 million, compared to $1.17 million in 1997.

On 7 April 7, 2009, a three-judge panel convicted Fujimori on charges of human rights abuses, declaring that the "charges against him have been proven beyond all reasonable doubt." The panel found him guilty of ordering the Grupo Colina death squad to commit the November 1991 Barrios Altos massacre and the July 1992 La Cantuta massacre, which resulted in the deaths of 25 people, among other crimes.


The Bible portrays the kind of people who have led the United States since the end of World War II and who created the American system of client-states as people -

"Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers,

"Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents,

"Without understanding, covenant-breakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful:

"Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them." (Romans 1:24-32)

We ask you to bear in mind what the Apostle Paul told those who followed him; that if we have blessed you with SPIRITUAL gifts, is it too much to ask that you would reciprocate with FINANCIAL gifts?

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In His love,

SR Shearer
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S.R. Shearer

Shearer is a graduate of the University of California where he earned a Bachelor's degree (1964) and a Master's degree (1967) in history (Davis and Berkeley). He also attended the United States Defense Language Institute in Monterey where he studied German. He served as an intelligence officer in Europe; in Asia he served with the 525th Intelligence Group, Special Operations Branch, and at the Phoenix School at Vung Tau (SEA). In addition, he served as executive officer for the Sacramento field office of the 515th Counter Intelligence (CI) Group in Sacramento and later as executive officer for 515th CI Group's Regional Office in San Francisco. Shearer held Top Secret, Special Intelligence, Codeword security, Eyes Only clearances; also Cosmic, NATO and Atomic clearances.