(We) Are The News

Anons on countries overthrown by the CIA since 1949

Video
https://youtu.be/XGf1g39Vhkw
Click to try to play this video on Invidio.us, if it still exists on YouTube!

Post 7808353 View on 8kun

>>7808340

"But he's (Putin) a killer," O'Reilly said to Trump.

"There are a lot of killers. You think our country's so innocent?" Trump replied.

Countries overthrown by the CIA:

* Syria 1949

* Iran 1953

* Guatemala 1954

* Tibet 1955–70s

* Indonesia 1958

* Cuba 1959

* Iraq 1960–63

* Dominican Republic 1961

* South Vietnam 1963

* United States 1963

* Brazil 1964

* Australia 1967

* Chile 1970–73

* Greece 1974

* Afghanistan 1979–89

* Turkey 1980

* Poland 1980–89

* Nicaragua 1981–90

* Iraq 1992–96

* Venezuela 2002

* Iraq 2002–03

* Iran 2005–present

* Syria 2012–present

* Ukraine 2014

* Libya

https://youtu.be/XGf1g39Vhkw

https://youtu.be/m3ioJGMCr-Y

Post 7808403 View on 8kun

>>7808353

>Countries overthrown by the CIA:

>* Brazil 1964

Brazil is of particular interest to me and I have an MP4 on a defunct hard drive of a phone call from President Johnson from the Oval Office discussing the situation and being informed that there was a US vessel off the coast of Rio De Janeiro full of arms that were available to assist in the coup if required. However, the C_A had already done sufficient with the throwing of cash around to obviate the need for additional weapons.

Post 7808420 View on 8kun

>>7808403

Iran is the tit for tat that’s STILL being played out…

“Blowback” is what they call it…

“Operation Ajax (1953) (officially TP-AJAX) was an covert operation by the United States CIA in collaborating with the Pahlavi dynasty, to overthrow the elected government of Iran and Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh and consolidate the power of Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi.

Rationale for the intervention included Mossadegh's socialist rhetoric and his nationalization, without compensation, of the oil industry which was previously operated by the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (which later changed its name to The British Petroleum Company) under contracts disputed by the nationalists as unfair. A particular point of contention was the refusal of the Anglo-Iranian Oil company to allow an audit of the accounts to determine whether the Iranian government received the royalties it was due. Intransigence on the part of the Anglo-Iranian Oil company led the nationalist government to escalate its demands, requiring an equal share in the oil revenues. The final crisis was precipitated when the Anglo-Iranian oil company ceased operations rather than accepting the nationalists' demands.”

Continued:

http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/imperialism/notes/operationajax.html

“How Iran Was Swindled Out Of $3.2 Trillion”

“At stake is the massive Caspian Sea hydrocarbons resources prize that has been fought over since the dissolution of the USSR in 1991 resulted in three additional partners – Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Azerbaijan - to the original partnership of Russia and Iran. Prior to the fracturing of the USSR into its constituent independent states, Iran and the USSR had struck the original agreement in 1921 to split all ‘fishing rights’ in the Caspian area 50-50. This was amended in 1924 to include ‘any and all resources recovered’, meaning in practical terms that all hydrocarbons resources would be shared equally between Russia and Iran.”

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-14/how-iran-was-swindled-out-32-trillion