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(DV) Whitney: KGB Chieftain Finds Home at Homeland Security

(DV) Whitney: KGB Chieftain Finds Home at Homeland Security


�Security and liberty go hand-in-hand. Members of Congress, like too many Americans, don�t understand that society with no constraints on its government cannot be secure. History proves that societies crumble when governments become more powerful than the people and private institutions.� [1]
--Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas)

Why would Homeland Security hire former Stasi chief Markus Wolfe and former head of the KGB General Yevgeni Primakov?
Is this part of the Bush anti-terror strategy? After all, Wolfe is the man who is credited with building up the feared East German secret police that was responsible for the disappearance and deaths of thousands of citizens. And, Primakov�s record is not any better. As skipper of the KGB he was driving force behind the machinery of state terror; a legacy that still has a chilling affect on many Russians.
Now, apparently, they�ve found a new place to hang their hats at Homeland Security. Or have they? Perhaps, the numerous stories on the internet are just fabrications intended to mislead independent research. That�s certainly one possibility. But, consider this; for those who have followed the activities of the current administration (the torture, the deception, the death squads, the destruction of Falluja) stories like this are difficult to discount. As a matter of fact, the hiring of Primakov and Wolfe seems fairly consistent with the long-term goals of the Bush team.
We already know that there�s a power struggle within the government from the number of top agents who have been jettisoned at the CIA. Why not develop a new Security apparatus under the auspices of a proven loyalist like Michael Chertoff? (the new appointee at Homeland Security) That would require the expertise of a couple of old pros who can help-out with the basics and get the machinery of state repression clanking along?
The move is not unprecedented either. As Noam Chomsky points out, in SS officer Klaus Barbie, �The Butcher of Lyon� was employed by the US Army after WW2 to �spy on the French.� [2] Col. Eugene Kolb of Army counterintelligence later admitted that Barbie�s �skills were badly needed�His activities had been directed against the underground French Communist party and the resistance� who were targeted for repression by the American liberators�. (�What Uncle Sam Really Wants�) Other Nazi leaders were also used in counterintelligence operations in Italy. They were regarded as �specialists in anti-resistance activities.�

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