This video shows John Judge, a former Secret Service agent, interviewing Colonel Fletcher Prouty, who was in the Air Force starting before WWII, and who also worked at the Pentagon across the hall from a CIA office. Colonel Prouty was responsible for procuring supplies and men needed to support the CIA’s clandestine operations.
Colonel Prouty was a high level military insider who saw what was going on behind the curtain. Definitely worth watching (or listening to) if you want to hear some REAL history. He talks about JFK, ‘Murder, Inc.’, the Vietnam War, the Korean War, how they smuggled Nazi intelligence officers into our military to help us start the cold war, and lots more. Plenty of eye openers here. Oh, the ‘high cabal’ is talked about, too. Also mentioned is the weapons cache that wasn’t needed for the US invasion of Japan that ended up being shipped to Hanoi, and to what was then Korea.
Colonel Prouty makes an excellent point when he states the Central Intelligence Agency reports to the “upper cabal”.
For more information on this topic, please refer to the books written by Antony C. Sutton.
Insider Col. L. Fletcher Prouty discusses the JFK Assassination and America’s Clandestine History
This video was originally published on YouTube on April 17, 2017 by Jim Grapek
There was a top secret meeting in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania circa 1956 while Dwight D. Eisenhower was the President of the United States. World leaders in attendance of that meeting were Nikita Khrushchev of Russia, Charles De Gaulle of France, Winston Churchill of Great Britain, and Ronald Reagan, who would later become the governor of California and president of the United States for two terms.
Perhaps they met regarding the up-coming “Cold War” or the Cuban Missile Crisis which would occur 7 years later. What is clear, is Colonel Prouty did not have knowledge of this meeting due to the compartmentalization of the CIA.
Not known until recently, Ron Paul was in Gettysburg, PA at the time of that secret meeting.
From Bullet Hole to Libertarian soul: Ron Paul returns to Gettysburg
October 6, 2016
By Benjamin Pontz, Staff Writer
In 1954, a young man from Pittsburgh stepped off a Greyhound bus and embarked on a four-year journey at Gettysburg College that would include a stint as manager of the venerable Bullet Hole, a decision to study biology and a marriage to a young woman named Carol. In 2016, that same man, who now hails from Texas, stepped off an airplane with his wife of 59 years for a four-day whirlwind visit to Gettysburg College that included celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity’s presence at Gettysburg, lunch with the Eisenhower Institute’s Fielding Fellows and – the highlight -serving as the keynote speaker at the political science department’s annual Constitution Day Lecture.
That man is Ron Paul, a 1957 alumnus of Gettysburg who went on to serve as a physician both in the Air Force and in private practice and then as a United States congressman for a total of 24 years with three runs for the Presidency interspersed in 1988, 2008 and 2012. Paul, a jovial octogenarian who retired from Congress in 2013, is a frequent speaker on college campuses around the country where he shares his message of liberty; something he thinks resonates with young people.
“Young people are more inclined to look at a philosophy like this, and now is when they are sorting their beliefs out,” he said. “Liberty is a young person’s issue.”
His speech last Thursday drew a crowd of more than 800 people including a sizable number of non-students who traveled, in some cases, from several hours away to hear the libertarian movement’s charismatic spokesman. One Facebook event reached thousands of people before the event, spreading the word on campus and off. Paul’s speech began with an introduction from Dr. Ken Mott, professor of political science, who called Paul a “totally independent thinker” who delivered a “worrisome, challenging, and inspirational” message to the crowd.
Paul discussed a non-aggression principle that has been lost in America to a mindset of the government providing for people and protecting people from themselves. He sees little difference between the Republican and Democratic parties, claiming that America essentially has a one-party system, the two major parties in conglomeration. Paul decried the influence of money and lobbyists in politics, pointing to the military industrial complex as “huge welfare” that should be eradicated. Ultimately, Paul believes that a free market system provides the best opportunity for anyone to achieve prosperity without dependence on the government. He foresees the current system of entitlements and taxation as likely to lead to a financial crisis worse than that of 2008.
“The situation will get worse and worse, and eventually we’ll have a crisis,” he said. “Eighty to ninety percent of government activity is not explicitly defined in the Constitution. If you’re not allowed to do it, the government shouldn’t be allowed to do it, which is why taxation is theft.”
Read Modern Day Gettysburg by Lisa C. Phillips which has been banned by every bookstore and museum in the historical town of Gettysburg.
The NWO still doesn’t want the truth coming out about the farce that was the Cold War.
** Editor’s note: This video has been mirrored for safe keeping.