Amaryllis Fox & Philip Agee: [WiP] Constitution Policy as Root Cause of Socio-Political Resource Conflict Problems.
“There is a book called Toward an American Revolution: Exposing the Constitution & Other Illusions, which I tell people would be the best ten dollars spent on a book. It is by Jerry Fresia, a Ph.D at UMass at Amherst. It is a story of the constitution and where it came from, about the men who were at Philadelphia, their backgrounds, and the discussion that he was able to pick up through research, and how the Constitution was crammed down the throats of the States. The point was that Rhode Island was the only state that had a referendum and of those 5% of the people who could vote, the constitution lost 13 to 1. The point was this is the document that states the rules of the game, that keeps the points of debate as narrow as possible. … We have so many crisis in America… and the rules of the game that produce these crisis, in my opinion is the Constitution.” – Philip Agee; Our Hidden History: Philip Agee: The Warfare State; Tom Huck: Philip Agee – The Power Principle.
“As long as your enemy is a sub-human psychopath that is going to attack you no matter what you do, this never ends; but if your enemy is a policy, however complicated, that we can work with.” — Amaryllis Fox: Al Jazeera: Former undercover CIA officer talks War and Peace.
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We have so many crisis in America .. and the [right to breed & consume above eco-carrying capacity limits[ rules of the [WiP game that produce these crisis, in my opinion, is the Constitution.” – [EoP Amended] Our Hidden History: Philip Agee: The Warfare State.
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“As long as your enemy is a sub-human psychopath that is going to attack you no matter what you do, this never ends; but if your enemy is a [WiP right to breed/consume above ecological carrying capacity limits intnl law] policy, that we can work with.” – [EoP Amended] Amaryllis Fox: Al Jazeera: Former undercover CIA officer talks War and Peace.
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Jerry Fresia: Toward an American Revolution: Exposing the Constitution and Other Illusions:
“We live in an undemocratic system that is a major source of terror and repression, both at home and around the world…. In fact, the Constitution was intended to ensure that only a few people would run the government and that they would be the few who would run the economy. The [race, religious and class resource conflict resulting from overpopulation colliding with finite resources] crisis confronting us, in other words, demands effective radical politics and a departure from many Constitutional values, assumptions, and principles.
As citizens we are supposed to be like the nation’s school children who are given no choice but to stand by their desks and mindlessly recite a pledge of allegiance to a flag, a pledge that was introduced into schools at the turn of the century to counter the influence of ideas that immigrant school children had received from their parents and from distant lands. The fundamental purpose of bicentennial ideology, then, is to encourage us not to explore competing ways of thinking or to ask hard questions about our heritage. We are not encouraged to think because it is understood that thinking sometimes leads to disagreement, or worse, to the challenging of some sacred text. Instead we are encouraged to believe. Efforts to transform thinking citizens into believing citizens, we should point out, really began at just about the time that the Framers were planning the Constitutional Convention. ….
There is a more specific purpose to all of this, however. If we do accept the illusion – the Constitution as sacred, a “shrine up in the higher stretches of American reverence” as Time magazine put it, then the serious problems that we face today would have to be aberrations, or deviations from the sacred text. The fundamental principles embedded within the Constitution, because it is “the greatest single document struck off by the hand and mind of man [sic]” and probably ordained by God at that, are intrinsically good. Only the sins of inept bureaucrats and politicians or the zealotry of ideologues ever get us into serious trouble. It follows from this mythology that there are no fundamental connections between the Constitution and the current crisis. Solving our problems always means going back to the Constitution and, not coincidentally, to the power relationships and privilege in the private sphere (or economy) which the Framers sought to protect.
– [EoP Amended] Jerry Fresia: Toward an American Revolution
In simple direct language, Jerry Fresia reveals the true intent of our “Founding Fathers” who designed the Constitution to protect their property and ensure that the poorer majority would have no real voice in political affairs. Fresia reveals the Founders’ fears of “too much” democracy, why the Constitution was opposed by most Americans, and how its ratification was gained through deception and physical coercion. Toward an American Revolution shows how the illegal wars, domestic repression, and economic inequity of late twentieth century America are not incongruous with our Constitutional design
– Toward an American Revolution – Amazon; Google Books.
Philip Burnett Franklin Agee (July 19, 1935 – January 7, 2008) was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) case officer and writer, best known as author of the 1975 book, Inside the Company: CIA Diary [Excerpts], detailing his experiences in the CIA. Agee joined the CIA in 1957, and over the following decade had postings in Washington, D.C., Ecuador, Uruguay and Mexico. After resigning from the Agency in 1968, he became a leading opponent of CIA practices. A co-founder of CovertAction Quarterly, he died in Cuba in January 2008.
Russian exile Oleg Kalugin, former head of the KGB’s Counterintelligence Directorate, claimed that in 1973 Agee approached the KGB’s resident in Mexico City and offered a “treasure trove of information.” According to Kalugin, the KGB was too suspicious to accept his offer. Kalugin states that: “Agee then went to the Cubans, who welcomed him with open arms…The Cubans shared Agee’s information with us. But as I sat in my office in Moscow reading reports about the growing revelations coming from Agee, I cursed our officers for turning away such a prize.” For his part, Agee claimed in his later work On the Run that he never had any intention of working for the KGB or Cuban intelligence. He was merely following his conscience in revealing the CIA’s subversion and sabotage of democratically elected governments and genuine movements for social justice. While Agee was writing Inside the Company, the KGB kept in contact with him through Edgar Anatolyevich Cheporov, a London correspondent of the Novosti News Agency. Agee was accused of receiving up to US$1 million in payments from the Cuban intelligence service. He denied the accusations, which were first made by a high-ranking Cuban intelligence officer and ‘defector’ in a 1992 Los Angeles Times report. A later Los Angeles Times article claimed that Agee posed as a CIA Inspector General in order to target a member of the CIA’s Mexico City station on behalf of Cuban intelligence. According to this story, Agee was identified during a meeting by a CIA case officer. To the end of his life, Philip Agee consistently and categorically denied ever having worked for any intelligence service after leaving the CIA. He maintained that his motives were genuinely altruistic. In support of this he adduces the relentless persecution he endured from the CIA, as it and the U.S. State department revoked his passport and succeeded in having him deported from several Western European countries, one after the other, until he finally found refuge in Cuba.
Philip Agee website. Documentaries: Hunted by the ‘Jackals’ – FMR CIA Case Officer & Whistleblower, Philip Agee (1995) – Part 01.02.; Conspiracy Classics: Inside the CIA: On Company Business; Our Hidden History: Ex-CIA Phil Agee on Oliver Stone’s ‘JFK’ and Politicized Intelligence; Philip Agee: The CIA in the Post Cold War World; Philip Agee: The Warfare State; Philip Agee: Inside the Company; Philip Agee on US Foreign Policy and Iraq; Philip Agee: The CIA in Nicaragua and Central America; Philip Agee Predicts the Rise of Far-Right Leaders Like Donald Trump in 1992; Salcali Makamaraa: Secrets of the CIA (1998) – Ralph McGee, Phil Agee, and other former CIA officers/agents. Tom Huck: Philip Agee – The Power Principle.
“One Man’s Story: Philip Agee, Cuba and the CIA”
This film focuses on the dark side of United States foreign policy and has the potential to become a valuable teaching tool on US attempts to destroy the Cuban Revolution using mercenaries and US taxpayer’s money. Filmed in Havana with excellent archive material of numerous US covert and direct involvements in Latin America, “One Man’s Story” allows Agee, who betrayed big brother and paid the price, to tell his captivating story.
– Malta Cuba: Documentaries.
Philip Agee: The Warfare State
“You know what Bush was doing, he was in Maine, boating, fishing, playing golf, demonstrating I guess you could say that way of life, that he said was at stake. There is another factor involved, the North South dimension of the Cold War. You have all heard Bush talk about a New World Order, that should come out of the Gulf Crisis. Well it seems to me that what he is talking about is simply an institutionalization of the old North South dimension of the Cold War. Most people, when speaking of the Cold War, would have thought US, Soviet, NATO, Warsaw Pact, Europe as the theater, and that that was really the Cold war. This Military Standoff in Western Europe. Well that was only a part of it. There was always a North South dimension to the Cold War. This was the war against the so-called Third World for resources, for markets, and for labour. This is where the fighting actually took place, as in Vietnam. … It hasn’t stopped. It continues to this day, with all its racist content. And that in my interpretation is what Bush wants to continue. Because the US is no less dependent on the importation of raw materials, that we don’t have ourselves, than the United States was, back in 1950. ….. The question has to be asked: Why do we do these things as a country; or as a society? This information is out there in books for the learning, for those willing to do the reading. So the question has to be asked, why do we do these things, as a country? When I was a trainee in the CIA in the 50’s; I was taught that the Soviet Union’s foreign policy; its expansionism, its aggressiveness, belligerence around the world, was a direct product of its domestic system. That is the conditions needed for the Communist Party of the Soviet Union to maintain a monopoly on political power in that country. I think that any political scientists would agree, that any society or nation’s activities abroad, or foreign policy has to be a direct product of its domestic system. So the answer to the question of why we do these things abroad as a country, we have to look at our system here at home. ….. We were celebrating the 200th anniversary of the constitution, that document that sets the rules of the game for the domestic system in an orgy of self-congratulation [for a document that should accurate be called We the oligarchs, for the oligarchs, by the oligarchs]. There is a book called Toward an American Revolution: Exposing the Constitution & Other Illusions, which I tell people would be the best ten dollars spent on a book. It is by Jerry Fresia, a Ph.D at UMass at Amherst. It is a story of the constitution and where it came from, about the men who were at Philadelphia, their backgrounds, and the discussion that he was able to pick up through research, and how the Constitution was crammed down the throats of the States. The point was that Rhode Island was the only state that had a referendum and of those 5% of the people who could vote, the constitution lost 13 to 1. The point was this is the document that states the rules of the game, that keeps the points of debate as narrow as possible. … We have so many crisis in America… and the rules of the game that produce these crisis, in my opinion is the Constitution.” – Philip Agee; Our Hidden History: Philip Agee: The Warfare State.
» EoP Leg Sub: 07 Jan: John Prados .. Real Jew News.