A CERTAIN ARROGANCE

THE SACRIFICE OF LEE HARVEY OSWALD AND THE COLD WAR RELIGIOUS GROUPS BY US INTELLIGENCE. BY GEORGE MICHAEL EVICA

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Introduction by Charles Robert Drago

“Well, I guess we are making romantic comedies,” the senior vice president of creative affairs said humbly. It was out of his hands, and had gone way beyond his control. He had been harassed, bugged and chased. Wild rumors were spread in an attempt to get him fired, and when he persisted in advancing film projects of Trine Day’s books, members of his family were threatened. Soon, a very capable company curtailed its pursuit to take several of our titles to the big screen. And this wasn’t the first time, but that’s another story.

The control and manipulation of our media has a long history. A Certain Arrogance gives us a look at some of the major players and how they played the game prior to, during and after World War II. Professor George Michael Evica deconstructs the webs of subterfuge surrounding Lee Harvey Oswald, and shows how private institutions get used and abused by our intelligence agencies … and the spies who run them. Today an aware person soon recognizes that America is acutely awash in propaganda, greed and corruption. This activity didn’t begin with our most recent election cycle or latest war.

We Americans are multi-generational sufferers of such psychological and fiscal abuse, which overwhelms any natural discourse or relations, leaving us twisted tattered pawns reacting to manufactured stimuli. This leads to division, distortion, dysfunction and eventually, disenfranchisement.

Most recently the “we can’t say anything bad about the United States, our enemies will use it against us” excuse was trotted out as a perfunctory reason for the media’s non-coverage of substantive issues presented in our books, and another day will surely bring a new excuse for such obfuscation. It appears that the creation of irrational fears trumps any semblance of honest journalism. Demonization, polarization, and continual crises appear to be the watchwords of the day. Yellow journalism rides triumphant, basking in its unholy light of deceit, while I.F. Stone, George Seldes, Ben Franklin and others must spin rapidly in their graves...

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