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The Tumor – Part I

Monday, 23 June 2003 12:00 AM

For over 20 years I have been writing and saying that there is

My contention is that this element inside our intelligence community has its own agenda, is above presidential or congressional control and oversight, has its own source of funding and has thus hijacked United States government policy.

The Tumor is a group of men inside CIA, DIA, the service intelligence agencies and elsewhere who actually spy on elected and appointed officials.

For example, whenever the House or Senate runs an investigation of any of our intelligence agencies, The Tumor sees to it that one of their own people is actually on that congressional staff doing the investigation! That way any damage can be controlled and the naïve congressmen and senators can be 'led' elsewhere.

Similarly, The Tumor places its people throughout the executive branch – State Department, FBI, Pentagon, White House – all to 'keep tabs' on what the government is doing.

This, of course, is disgraceful.

U.S. taxpayers' dollars are

Let me make one thing clear: The Tumor is a group of men inside our intelligence community; this is not an indictment of

The Tumor has been involved in a number of fiascos: the running of drugs and guns into and out of Central America back in the 1980s, the so-called Secret War in Laos in the 1960s and 1970s, the drug-running in Iran and Afghanistan in the late 1970s, the Vietnam POW cover-up and maybe the ill-fated 1991 decision to leave Saddam Hussein in power at the end of the Gulf War.

Today The Tumor may be the mystery element that hijacked U.S. foreign policy over Saddam's still-to-be-found weapons of mass destruction. Someone – or something – kept pushing forward on WMD despite grave doubts inside the intelligence community.

For example, the now-familiar tale of Saddam allegedly trying to buy uranium from Niger was completely discredited

How could this have happened?

Who could have done it?

National Security Advisor Condi Rice claims that CIA cables to the White House discrediting the Niger report "never reached the upper staff level."

Such a claim simply cannot be believed.

If the CIA cannot get its information to senior White House staff and the president, then something is seriously wrong. Could The Tumor have blocked this report? Or could they have hijacked the whole intelligence reporting system in such a way as to pre-determine the outcome?

And what of the Bushes?

Could the first George Bush as CIA director back in 1976 have been a partner of The Tumor? Or a captive?

And how does that impact this George Bush?

These and many more questions about The Tumor will be addressed in the coming weeks.

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