Well, in the article at http://www.worldmedia.com/caq/articles/manuals.htm they mention a 6 March 1997 Washington post article which discusses the Army manuals. Here is the short description from Washington Post: >Army's Project X Had Wider Audience > >Clandestine Operations Training Manuals Not Restricted to Americas > >By Dana Priest >Washington Post Staff Writer >Thursday, March 6, 1997 ; Page A01 >Section: A Section >Article ID: 9703060093 -- 1576 words > >Until the early 1980s, the U.S. military ran an intelligence training >program in Latin America and elsewhere using manuals that taught >foreign officers to offer bounties for captured or killed insurgents, >spy on nonviolent political opponents, kidnap rebels' family members >and blackmail unwanted informants, according to recently declassified >Army and Defense Department documents. Yes, it would be nice to find real, substantial copies of those manuals. I'm working on that. The point about the national ID and its purpose of social control is clear. -hedges- Nick Haflinger wrote: >With all the recent problems at CAQ, most important of those being the >senior editorial staff leaving because the publisher had an agenda >that included publication of anti-US propaganda (which would have no >confirmation, being propaganda), this is probably bullshit. Some of >the manual quoted by the author is old old old, and even made its way >into print and on the net before, translated from Spanish. Other >parts of the 'manual' are clearly fabrication. If this was anything >close to real, there would be jpgs of the actual manual.
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