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94,916.  In July 1990, President Cossiga of Italy called for an investigation of charges aired over state television that the CIA had paid Licio Gelli to foment terrorist activities in Italy in the late 1960s and 1970s.  Gelli was grandmaster of the secret Propaganda Due (P2) Masonic lodge and had long been suspected of a leading role in terrorism and other criminal activities.  In those years, according to a 1984 report of the Italian Parliament, P2 and other neo-fascist groups, working closely with elements of the Italian military and secret services, were preparing a virtual coup to impose an ultra-right regime and to block the rising forces of the left.  (Italy & CIA & P2 Lodge & Gladio & Coup)  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

 

107,076.  40 years ago under Kennedy Brazil also had a populist president … At that time the Kennedy administration organised a military coup … It had a domino effect throughout the continent.  (Brazil & Coup)  Noam Chomsky, Merrimack College, The Onslaught Against Freedom and Democracy Led by the Bush Administration Reactionaries

 

 

109,374.  The CIA began to support right-wing parties – that didn’t work.  The supported an insurrection in 1957/58 – that was put down.  The US then turned to a classic technique for overthrowing civilian government – one that’s used over and over again – namely, cut off any aid or assistance or support to the government but maintain, even increase, military aid.  (Indonesia & Coup)  Noam Chomsky, lecture On East Timor, MOMA 16th November 1992

 

109,375.  1965 and then Suharto took over and then came this huge bloodbath … The biggest bloodbath since the holocaust.  (Indonesia & Coup)  ibid. 

 

 

21,043.  This isn’t an election; this is a coup.  (GBH Films & Mind Control & Brainwashing)  The Manchurian Candidate 2004 starring Denzel Washington & Meryl Street & Liev Schreiber & Kimberly Elise & Jon Voight & Vera Farmiga & Jeffrey Wright & Simon McBurney & Bruno Ganz et al, director Jonathan Demme, Denzel to Rosy

 

 

91,990.  The Army is taking over.  There is a coup.  Don't worry.  These are General Amin’s men.  He fights for the people.  (Uganda & Coup)  The Last King of Scotland 2006 starring Forest Witaker & Kerry Washington & James McAvoy & Gillian Anderson & Simon McBurney & David Oyelowo  & Apollo Okwenje Omamo & Shabir Mir et al, director Kevin MacDonald, woman on bus

 

91,991.  Have you any idea what's going on in this country, Dr Garrigan?  (Uganda & Coup)  ibid.

 

91,992.  His regime had killed more than 300,000 Ugandans.  (Uganda & Coup)  ibid.  caption

 

 

28,989.  In the 1930s there was an attempted coup against the democratically elected government of the US – Franklin Roosevelt – and was put a stop to by General Smedley Butler of the Marine Corp who just put his foot down and said, ‘We’re not having a coup against the elected government.’  And they kept it quiet.  As soon as they’d squashed the coup, Roosevelt’s view was let’s not frighten people by telling people what really happened here.  (United States & Coup)  Martin Summer, On the Edge with Theo Chalmers and Tony Gosling

 

 

28,991.  Under Bush a military coup had taken place in the United States giving the Pentagon unprecedented powers.  (United States & Bush & Coup & Pentagon & War on Terror)  Daniel Ellsberg

 

 

32,734.  Some very shocking documents that I saw in the Library of Congress two weeks ago on August 9th and had to do with the Hearings from the McCormack/Dickstein Committee of November 1934 show that Prescott Bush and the DuPont family, the Remington family and J P Morgan tried to overthrow the US government – assassinate FDR – and put a Hitler-style Fascist state in place.  (United States & Coup)  John Buchanan

 

 

35,814.  I appeared before the Congressional Committee, the highest representation of the American people, under subpoena to tell what I knew of activities which I believe might lead to an attempt to set up a fascist dictatorship ... I was supposed to lead an organisation of 500,000 men which would be able to take over the functions of government.  (New World Order & Government: Secret & Fascism & Coup)  Major General Smedley Butler, 1934 evidence

 

 

35,825.  It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out nor more doubtful of success nor more dangerous to handle than to initiate a new order of things.  (New World Order & Coup)  Niccolo Machiavelli 1446-1507, Italian politician and philosopher

 

 

45,388.  A very British coup, wouldn’t you say?  (Politics & Coup)  Mick Jackson, A Very British Coup 1988 ***** starring Ray McAnally & Alan MacNaughton & Keith Allen & Geoffrey Beavers & Marjorie Yates & Jim Carter & Philip Madoc & Jeremy Young et al; see novel Chris Mullins,  Sir Percy to Harry  

 

 

60,037.  Disillusioned factions in the French military tried to organise a coup against de Gaulle.  They failed.  But extremist factions have formed a secret army called the OAS intent on killing de Gaulle and restoring Algeria to French rule.  (France & Assassination & Algeria & Coup)  Days that Shook the World: Conspiracy to Kill

 

 

19,818.  The military has overthrown Allende’s Socialist government nominating General Pinochet their permanent head.  (Gangstas: Sicily & Chile & Coup)  Corleone VI starring Caludio Gioe & Daniele Liotti & Simona Cavallari & Marco Leonardi & Salvatore Lazzaro & Marco Leonardi & Alfredo Pea et al, television news

 

 

69,180.  Kissinger approved of the preparations by Greek Cypriot fascists for the murder of President Makarios, and sanctioned the coup which tried to extend the rule of the Athens junta (a favoured client of his) to the island.  When despite great waste of life this coup failed in its objective, which was also Kissinger’s, of enforced partition, Kissinger promiscuously switched sides to support an even bloodier intervention by Turkey.  Thomas Boyatt ... went to Kissinger in advance of the anti-Makarios putsch and warned him that it could lead to a civil war.  ‘Spare me the civics lecture,’ replied Kissinger, who as you can readily see had an aphorism for all occasions.  (Cyprus & Kissinger & Coup)  Christopher Hitchens

 

 

66,860.  After Schneider’s death Allende was elected, but the efforts of Kissinger and Nixon to overthrow Allende would ultimately succeed.  In 1973 military forces launched a coup in Santiago, killing Allende.  Augusto Pinochet would assume power and begin a reign of terror that would last seventeen years.  The date was September 11th.  (Chile & Kissinger & Empire US & Coup)  The Trials of Henry Kissinger, director Eugene Jarecki

 

65,969.  Khmer Rouge drew strength from the chaos of the country.  When they seized power in 1975 they forced populations of entire cities back to the countryside.  Then they began a policy of exterminating their enemies in execution grounds that came to be known as Killing Fields.  By 1979 another three million Cambodians had lost their lives.  (Cambodia & Nixon & Kissinger & Empire US & Coup)  ibid.

 

 

65,971.  Their leader Pol Pot had also studied revolutionary theories in Paris.  And he believed that the only way for Cambodian society to reach utopia was to destroy the whole of Bourgeois society and start again back to year zero.  Within hours of arriving in the capital Phnom Penh the Khmer Rouge set about slaughtering all the middle classes, some three million people in the end, because under Pol Pot’s logic they stood in the way of allowing the rest of the people to become truly free individuals.  (Cambodia & Bourgeois & Coup)  Adam Curtis, The Trap

 

 

75,231.  In reality Arbenz was a democratic socialist with no links to Moscow.  But Bernays set out to turn him into a communist threat to America.  He organised a trip to Guatemala for influential American journalists ... He also created a fake independent news agency in America.  It was called The Middle-American Information Bureau.  It bombarded the American media with press releases saying that Moscow was planning to use Guatemala as a beach-head to attack America.  All this had the desired effect.  But what Bernays was doing was not just trying to blacken the Arbenz regime, he was part of a secret plot.  President Eisenhower had agreed that America should topple the Arbenz government.  But secretly.  (Guatemala & Empire US & Coup & Propaganda)  Adam Curtis, The Century of the Self

 

 

100,263.  The clubs of Mayfair: he [Stirling] formed an organisation called Great Britain 75.  It was a group of military men, many of them ex-SAS.  The planned to take over the running of Britain if the strikes led to the collapse of civil order.  (Army & Coup & 1970s & Great Britain)  Adam Curtis, The Mayfair Set I: Who Pays Wins, BBC 1999

 

 

65,997.  Communist guerrillas of the Khmer Rouge seized Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh on the 17th April.  Immediately they began a bloody revenge on their opponents.  The Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot announced that Cambodia was to be saved from Western decadence by being turned back into an agrarian society.  Over the next four years a nightmare experiment to create a workers’ utopia was to be conduction on the Cambodian people.  Their cities and towns were emptied and left to decay.  The population was herded to forced labour in the fields.  Thousands were to die of malnutrition and brutal treatment.  The country was cut off from the outside world.  (Cambodia & Coup)  Great Crimes and Trials: Pol Pot and the Killing Fields of Cambodia

 

 

66,862.  This is Santiago, the capital of Chile.  In 1973 the national stadium was turned into a concentration camp, as a military coup backed by the United States overthrew the democratically elected government of Salvador Allende.  The leader of the coup was a fascist, General Augusto Pinochet, who rounded up Allende’s supporters.  (Chile & Empire US & Coup)  John Pilger, War on Democracy

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