How many covert ops can dance on the head of a pin?
‘These are notes on covert ops I’ve made over the years. They apply to any arena where deception is the name of the game. Every covert op needs a cover story. That is, the public must be made to look in the wrong direction.
A cover story not only hides the identity of perpetrators, it also imparts the wrong meaning to the event being staged.
Example: a war is set in motion, in order to bankrupt several governments. But the public is told the war means: “protecting democracy.”’