From ADV topic thread last week: viewtopic.php?f=59&t=2693&p=15040&hilit ... ret#p15040
A teammate of mine back then published a book this year, titled The Youngest Green Beret...The author of this book, Terry McIntosh, also produced the documentary that features that horrific battle: https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/08/wi ... n-vietnam/
Terry tells me that he was interviewed for a new book called Surprise, Kill, Vanish written by Pulitzer nominee Annie Jacobsen, chronicling the secret history of CIA paramilitary armies, operators, and assassins. She asked Terry about what he covered in his book and documentary and mentions that and the connections to our Thanh Tri A-Camp in Chapter 14.
I was curious if Ms. Jacobsen wrote about the Phoenix Program in her new book since she was investigating the subjects of Special Forces, the CIA, and assassinations. I knew something about that Top Secret program while serving as the Assistant S-2 (Intelligence) Officer for our B-Team before serving as XO of A-414 in Thanh Tri.
https://thevietnamwar.info/the-rise-of- ... n-vietnam/
https://thevietnamwar.info/the-controve ... x-program/
I did a search on Ms. Jacobsen. From what I learned she strikes me as a capable and forthright, non-Jewish investigative journalist. An interesting New York Times review of another of her books, Operation Paperclip, by the Jewish Holocaust expert, Wendy Lower caught my attention. To truth-seeking White nationalists the most salient fact of Operation Paperclip might be that the brilliant German rocket scientists recruited by Americans after the war -- Wernher von Braun, Arthur Rudolph, and others -- are the men most responsible for our nation putting American astronauts on the moon 50 years ago next month. But not to Wendy. The last two lines of her review is the typical transparent anti-German propaganda one would expect in the Jew-owned Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/book ... obsen.html Excerpt:
"...Although they may not have deployed such [chemical] weapons on the battlefield, the Germans did use carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide (Zyklon B, a pesticide) in mobile gas vans and gas chambers. In 1942-43, the Allies threatened retaliation if the Germans used chemical weapons. Apparently this warning applied only to Allied soldiers in combat and civilians in Allied cities, not to the Jews, Soviet P.O.W.s and others who were murdered in Auschwitz, Birkenau and other Nazi extermination sites."
That's simply not true. In fact, as we know, it is a deliberate lie and Wendy Lower is a bald-faced liar. William Pierce, another bona fide rocket scientist, wrote this article 30 years ago that refutes the lies of Wendy and her co-religionist Holocaust experts: https://nationalvanguard.org/2015/09/th ... sian-blue/
The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America
By Annie Jacobsen Illustrated. 575 pp. Little, Brown & Company. $30.
Wendy Lower is the author of “Hitler’s Furies:
German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields,”
a finalist for the 2013 National Book Award.
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