For all those supporters of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s war, many admire the exploits of the OSS in Europe. While historians for the allied legions adopt the account that circumstances dictated the creation and use of the British, Special Operations Executive, which Churchill proclaimed, to ‘set Europe aflame’; the precedent left a heritage of intervention that few ever warned about the nature of counter-offensive missions. Gathering intelligence on adversaries is valid and even necessary to defend your country. However, to establish contingents of lethal assassins is a fundamental departure from intelligence procurement. During World War II the American version of clandestine operations put into motion a competing and dangerous rival to the traditional role of military intelligence.
Share via: Facebook 0 Twitter Google+ More May 31, 2017 by Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge While it was not surprising that as part of the ongoing probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections, […]
Share via: Facebook 0 Twitter Google+ More August 3, 2017 compiled by Lisa Phillips United States Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduced the Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment (RAISE) Act, labeled S. 354, which would...
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