In Code Name GSSP-40 we look at the troublesome Jesuit/Roman Catholic influence inside the CIA as well as the Hegelian Dialectic played on them and the rest of us. The Hegelian Dialectic comes down to using two total opposites to create enough fear to get people to do what you want them to do in a pre-determined way. This effect gives the spymaster a controlled solution. Angelique describes it much better as "imagine a sheep dog chasing the flock of sheep towards the pen, the dog is all over the place, this side and that ...
In Code Name GSSP-40 we look at the troublesome Jesuit/Roman Catholic influence inside the CIA as well as the Hegelian Dialectic played on them and the rest of us. The Hegelian Dialectic comes down to using two total opposites to create enough fear to get people to do what you want them to do in a pre-determined way. This effect gives the spymaster a controlled solution. Angelique describes it much better as "imagine a sheep dog chasing the flock of sheep towards the pen, the dog is all over the place, this side and that side, and so the sheep are herded into the pen. Now, think of the sheep dog as radio waves, mass communication, and that is how it is currently used." I use the example where CIA supplied MANPAD missiles are used by Muslim terrorists to attack sympathetic foreign spymasters, Angelique Dawson, Devorah Arik (Mossad) and Lemon Balm (DGSE), all whilst under the command of a CIA agent. How is this possible? Two exact opposites are working hand in hand. It's easy when you understand the Hegelian Dialectic and you will by the time that you finish this book. I hope you will then be able to recognize it the moment it is tried on you and believe me, you are subjected to the Hegelian Dialectic every single day. The comments I make in this book, the incident described, as well as those in the next book, Code Name M???lisse, GMJ 41, should trouble you if you are American. I write what I see as the truth and I invite you to research what I say and then make up your own mind. I answer a question in Code Name GSSP-40. Have you ever wondered why and how the CIA became an agency universally acknowledged as the one meddling most in other countries political scenarios, elections and God knows what else, to formulate "regime change?" Where and how did they get these ideas? What is the psychological reasoning behind such behaviour which is not only illegal but highly dangerous to the innocents caught up in the struggle and most often it creates more problems than anything else? The answer is traced back to "Wild Bill" Donovan and the OSS, the CIA predecessor of World War Two and his connections that are revealed in this book. Description: Spymaster extraordinaire, Angelique Dawson is flying in a C-130 Hercules cargo plane over Manica Province, Mozambique, when she is suddenly attacked by an advanced MANPAD missiles (Man-Portable Air-Defence Systems). Even though some of the incoming missiles are defeated by the quick reaction of the pilots and an ECM pod jamming them, two missiles strike home, causing the airframe to lose control. Angelique parachutes to safety with her future husband and former Police Special Forces Company Commander, Geoffrey Foxtrot, the narrator, trying to keep her safe, and they go on the run with other survivors. After several adventures, she and her team reach the C-130 that made an emergency landing on a deserted bush strip about 26 miles away. Angelique, a superb combat pilot herself, is planning to fly the damaged airframe to safety, much against Foxtrot's wishes. They likewise find out that the MANPAD missiles came from CIA stocks, supplied to Muslim terrorists and that a Jesuit priest, working for the CIA, is behind the assassination plot. Angelique was not supposed to be alone on the aircraft, Mossad Team Leader Devorah Arik and DGSE Team Leader Lemon Balm, would have been there too if not for unforeseen circumstances. For the first time in a GMJ novel, the three spy agencies form one impromptu group to go after the attackers, all under the command of Angelique Dawson, the local spy chief, but first she must save her airframe, the C-130 Hercules. If you wish to read about Covert and Special Forces Operations in sub-Saharan Africa, the GMJ Books are the place to start. You will learn about covert operations, Special Forces techniques and military history not known outside the select few. Code Name GSSP-40 is the fortieth book of the GMJ Series.
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