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    From:    Svhyeyi Aga Ayanadi Koga To:    Recipient List Suppressed Subject:    FYI POST FAR AND WIDE Date:   
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 9, 2003
      From:    "Svhyeyi Aga Ayanadi Koga" <crow@...> To:   
      "Recipient List Suppressed" <crow@...> Subject:    FYI POST
      FAR AND WIDE Date:    Mon, Jun 9, 2003, 1:01pm Organization:   
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      I am but one messenger of the information you will find at the link
      listed below.  The evidence and documentation that has been compiled
      is due to the combined efforts of many native people, over a period of
      time. This investigation remains ongoing.  The two individuals named
      in this expose often work hand in hand and the evidence of their work is
      freely available on many websites and probably hundreds of mailing lists
      and message boards - almost all of which are American Indian, despite
      the fact that neither of these individuals are American Indian or
      Often they set themselves up as spokespeople for American Indians...the
      latest being, the posting of information relative to the Protection of
      Sacred Ceremonies. They posted information on numerous mailing lists on
      behalf of the Lakota and Cheyenne People, claiming they were asked to do
      so by Bernard Red Cherries. Whether or not Mr. Red Cherries made this
      request of them, we cannot say, only that this is how they introduced
      each post made regarding this issue, often with an attached disclaimer
      that it could not be reposted without written permission.
      People who know these two individuals and what they are involved with on
      the internet, also know that more often than not, their mode of
      operation has been to caused dissent, to list numerous allegations, most
      often, without any supportive evidence.  There is reason to believe
      they are professional agitators and their agenda supports that.
      Need we be reminded?
      COINTELPRO is an acronym for the FBI's domestic "counterintelligence
      programs" to neutralize political dissidents. Although covert operations
      have been employed throughout FBI history, the formal COINTELPRO's of
      1956-1971 were broadly targeted against radical political organizations.
      The origins of COINTELPRO were rooted in the Bureau's operations against
      hostile foreign intelligence services. Counterintelligence, of course,
      goes beyond investigation; it refers to actions taken to neutralize
      enemy agents. 
      "Counterintelligence" was a misnomer for the FBI programs, since the
      targets were American political dissidents, not foreign spies.  In the
      atmosphere of the Cold War, the American Communist Party was seen as a
      serious threat to national security.  Over the years, anti- Communist
      paranoia extended to civil rights, anti-war, and many other groups. 
      As John Edgar Hoover, longtime Director of the FBI, put it
      The forces which are most anxious to weaken our internal security are
      not always easy to identify.  Communists have been trained in deceit
      and secretly work toward the day when they hope to replace our American
      way of life with a Communist dictatorship. They utilize cleverly
      camouflaged movements, such as peace groups and civil rights groups to
      achieve their sinister purposes. While they as individuals are difficult
      to identify, the Communist party line is clear. Its first concern is the
      advancement of Soviet Russia and the godless Communist cause. It is
      important to learn to know the enemies of the American way of life.
      Although today this may sound ridiculous, the implications were deadly
      serious for the thousands of people who became COINTELPRO targets. After
      many years of investigating and disrupting these groups, the Bureau
      could not find evidence that any of them were foreign-controlled.
      These programs were exposed to the public following an unsolved break-in
      into the FBI's Media, PA resident agency, separate lawsuits by NBC
      correspondent Carl Stern and the Socialist Workers' Party, and then a US
      Senate investigation led by Senator Frank Church. Although the FBI's
      COINTELPRO's officially ended in 1971, there have been many examples of
      counterintelligence-type operations against political dissidents since.
      The paid and directed informant is the most extensively used technique
      in FBI domestic intelligence investigations. Informants were used in 85
      percent of the domestic intelligence investigations analyzed in a recent
      study by the General Accounting Office. 5 By comparison, electronic
      surveillance was used in only 5 percent of the cases studied. The FBI
      places strong emphasis on informant coverage, in intelligence
      investigations, instructing agents to "develop reliable informants at
      all levels and in all segments" of groups under investigation. 6
      C. What Were the Purposes of COINTELPRO?
      The breadth of targeting and lack of substantive content in the
      descriptive titles of the programs reflect the range of motivations for
      COINTELPRO activity: protecting national security, preventing violence,
      and maintaining the existing social and political order by "disrupting"
      and "neutralizing" groups and individuals perceived as threats.
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