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CIA And The Washington Post: Joined At The Hip By Melvin A. Goodman www.pubrecord.org 27 April 2009

Under the stewardship of Fred Hiatt, the editorial and op-ed pages of the Washington Post have gradually moved to the right. Post editorials and op-eds have defended the decision to go to war in Iraq; opposed any improvement in bilateral relations with Russia; refused to acknowledge Israels misuse of military power in the Middle East; and lobbied against the need for investigation of the detention and interrogation programs of the Bush administration.

As part of the campaign to prevent a rigorous examination of enhanced interrogation techniques (read: torture and abuse), the Washington Post’s editorial pages have been particularly protective of the Central Intelligence Agency and its senior leaders–the ideological drivers for torture and extraordinary renditions policies. These CIA leaders, particularly deputy director Steven Kappes and acting general counsel John Rizzo, are not trying to protect the reputation and mission of the CIA; they are trying to protect themselves.

Surely senior journalists from the mainstream media must understand that reliance on anonymous CIA clandestine sources is neither good reporting nor professional journalism. Many of these anonymous sources almost certainly are former and current CIA officials seeking to protect themselves. George Tenet, John McLaughlin, and John Brennan are individuals who fit that description.

In the past several days, the Post has carried editorials and op-eds by its own editorial writer David Ignatius; its longtime national security writer Walter Pincus; former CIA director Porter Goss; former CIA operative Michael Scheuer; and Marc Thiessen, a former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush. These articles have been similar in content and similar to the statements of other CIA directors past and present (Leon Panetta, Michael Hayden, Goss, Tenet, and John Deutch) who opposed the release of the memoranda of the Justice Departments Office of Legal Counsel that justified the use of torture and abuse.

The Scheuer article is particularly scurrilous, accusing President Obama of self-righteousness and intellectual arrogance in deciding to release the torture memos. Scheuer believes that an end to torture will lead to future terrorist attacks that could involve the loss of major cities and tens of thousands of countrymen, and that the president will bear some responsibility. …

The leader of the Washington Post editorial squad has been Ignatius, who has developed close relations with CIA clandestine operatives over a period that spans three decades. … Over the years, retired and active members of the directorate of operations have taken their stories to Ignatius; they have been rewarded by Ignatius one-sided accounts of CIA derring-do and willingness to ignore operational and analytical failures….

Both Ignatius and Goss argue that, because of the release of the memos, CIA clandestine operatives will keep their heads down and avoid assignments that carry political risk, and that the decline in CIA morale and effectiveness will harm American national security. More nonsense! …

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Michael F. Scheuer (* 1952[1]) war bis 2004 ein Mitarbeiter der CIA. Whrend seiner 22-jhrigen Dienstzeit befasste er sich mit unterschiedlichen Aspekten des Mittleren Ostens.

Scheuer leitete von 1995 bis 1999 die Einheit, die den Terroristen Osama bin Laden jagte; nach den Terroranschlgen vom 11. September 2001 fungierte er als ihr Berater.[2]

Nachdem Scheuer die CIA verlassen hatte, war er fr die Nachrichtengesellschaft CBS News und die The Jamestown Foundation journalistisch ttig.

Er ist Autor zweier zuerst anonym erschienener Bcher (Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror; Through Our Enemies’ Eyes: Osama bin Laden, Radical Islam, and the Future of America), die sich mit dem US-amerikanischen Krieg gegen den Terror und dem durch Osama bin Laden personifizierten Konflikt zwischen dem Westen und dem Islam befassen.

In den Bchern kritisiert Scheuer die offizielle Sichtweise westlicher Regierungen, die den Konflikt als einen Wertekonflikt darstellt. Scheuer beschreibt den Konflikt aus Sicht des Islam, was ihm nach Ansicht Osama bin Ladens gelingt.[3][4]

Heute lehrt Scheuer an der Georgetown University in Washington, schreibt Bcher[2] und ist Sicherheitsexperte fr verschiedene Fernsehsender.[5]

Zu Beginn des Jahres 2012 gab Scheuer seine Untersttzung fr den republikanischen Prsidentschaftskandidaten Ron Paul bekannt und verwies dabei auf dessen auenpolitische Ansichten.[6]

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Michael Scheuer'Israel Is Spying On The US, Stealing Technology Bribing Congress' Hear from Ex Congresswoman how AIPAC, the ADL and Israel have every congress person in their pockerts. Fmr. CIA Unit Chief Michael Scheuer explains very trut… By: Rola Wise

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CIA "Whistle-Blower" Michael Scheuer is Pro-Torture …

Who will tell Amy Goodman? – AC CIA And The Washington Post: Joined At The Hip By Melvin A. Goodman www.pubrecord.org 27 April 2009 Under the stewardship of Fred Hiatt, the editorial and op-ed pages of the Washington Post have gradually moved to the right. Post editorials and op-eds have defended the decision to go to war in Iraq; opposed any improvement in bilateral relations with Russia; refused to acknowledge Israels misuse of military power in the Middle East; and lobbied against the need for investigation of the detention and interrogation programs of the Bush administration. As part of the campaign to prevent a rigorous examination of enhanced interrogation techniques (read: torture and abuse), the Washington Post’s editorial pages have been particularly protective of the Central Intelligence Agency and its senior leaders–the ideological drivers for torture and extraordinary renditions policies. These CIA leaders, particularly deputy director Steven Kappes and acting general counsel John Rizzo, are not trying to protect the reputation and mission of the CIA; they are trying to protect themselves. Surely senior journalists from the mainstream media must understand that reliance on anonymous CIA clandestine sources is neither good reporting nor professional journalism. Many of these anonymous sources almost certainly are former and current CIA officials seeking to protect themselves. George Tenet, John McLaughlin, and John Brennan are individuals who fit that description. In the past several days, the Post has carried editorials and op-eds by its own editorial writer David Ignatius; its longtime national security writer Walter Pincus; former CIA director Porter Goss; former CIA operative Michael Scheuer; and Marc Thiessen, a former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush. These articles have been similar in content and similar to the statements of other CIA directors past and present (Leon Panetta, Michael Hayden, Goss, Tenet, and John Deutch) who opposed the release of the memoranda of the Justice Departments Office of Legal Counsel that justified the use of torture and abuse. The Scheuer article is particularly scurrilous, accusing President Obama of self-righteousness and intellectual arrogance in deciding to release the torture memos. Scheuer believes that an end to torture will lead to future terrorist attacks that could involve the loss of major cities and tens of thousands of countrymen, and that the president will bear some responsibility. … The leader of the Washington Post editorial squad has been Ignatius, who has developed close relations with CIA clandestine operatives over a period that spans three decades. … Over the years, retired and active members of the directorate of operations have taken their stories to Ignatius; they have been rewarded by Ignatius one-sided accounts of CIA derring-do and willingness to ignore operational and analytical failures…. Both Ignatius and Goss argue that, because of the release of the memos, CIA clandestine operatives will keep their heads down and avoid assignments that carry political risk, and that the decline in CIA morale and effectiveness will harm American national security. More nonsense! … FULL STORY

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Michael F. Scheuer (* 1952[1]) war bis 2004 ein Mitarbeiter der CIA. Whrend seiner 22-jhrigen Dienstzeit befasste er sich mit unterschiedlichen Aspekten des Mittleren Ostens. Scheuer leitete von 1995 bis 1999 die Einheit, die den Terroristen Osama bin Laden jagte; nach den Terroranschlgen vom 11. September 2001 fungierte er als ihr Berater.[2] Nachdem Scheuer die CIA verlassen hatte, war er fr die Nachrichtengesellschaft CBS News und die The Jamestown Foundation journalistisch ttig. Er ist Autor zweier zuerst anonym erschienener Bcher (Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror; Through Our Enemies’ Eyes: Osama bin Laden, Radical Islam, and the Future of America), die sich mit dem US-amerikanischen Krieg gegen den Terror und dem durch Osama bin Laden personifizierten Konflikt zwischen dem Westen und dem Islam befassen. In den Bchern kritisiert Scheuer die offizielle Sichtweise westlicher Regierungen, die den Konflikt als einen Wertekonflikt darstellt. Scheuer beschreibt den Konflikt aus Sicht des Islam, was ihm nach Ansicht Osama bin Ladens gelingt.[3][4] Heute lehrt Scheuer an der Georgetown University in Washington, schreibt Bcher[2] und ist Sicherheitsexperte fr verschiedene Fernsehsender.[5] Zu Beginn des Jahres 2012 gab Scheuer seine Untersttzung fr den republikanischen Prsidentschaftskandidaten Ron Paul bekannt und verwies dabei auf dessen auenpolitische Ansichten.[6]

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