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The Brothers Is a Fantastic Book

• FFF.Org/Jacob Hornberger

I just finished reading one of the best and most important books I’ve ever read. It’s The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret War by Stephen Kinzer. The book is fascinating and gripping. I couldn’t put it down. It goes a long way in explaining the plight in which the United States finds itself today.

The book’s general focus is on the actions of the CIA and the State Department during the early period of the Cold War, specifically 1947 through the late 1960s and the role that the Dulles brothers played during that period of time. John Foster Dulles was serving as Secretary of State and Allen Dulles was serving as director of the CIA. The book specifically focuses on six regime-change operations during the Dulles brothers’ tenure: Iran, Guatemala, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cuba, and the Congo, including the first presidentially authorized assassinations of foreign leaders in American history.


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Comment by Dracula Tepish
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the men who were part of the jfk murders you gotta be kidding me here  they were known jesuit priests fo the vatican  along with scherff jr the 41 president nazi president 

 want to learn more truth read the book THE VATICANS HOLOCAUSTS BY AVRO MANHATTAN  he had the goods on the vatican

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