Edward Lansdale Channeled by Karl Mollison 10July2018

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Edward Lansdale Channeled by Karl Mollison 10July2018

Adapted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Lansdale and https://spartacus-educational.com/COLDlansdale.htm

Edward G. Lansdale was born 6th of February 1908 and passed February 23, 1987. He was a WWII OSS man which was the intelligence organization that preceded the CIA.

He was lauded by Allen Dulles as one of his best men and in 1953 Lansdale was sent to Vietnam to advise the French in their struggle with the Vietminh.

The following year Lansdale and a team of twelve intelligence agents were sent to Saigon. The plan was to mount a propaganda campaign to persuade the Vietnamese people in the south not to vote for the communists in the forthcoming elections.

He retired from the Air Force on November 1, 1963. Just weeks before the assassination of JFK.

Yet from 1965 to 1968, he was back in Vietnam where he worked in the United States Embassy, Saigon, with the rank of minister. The scope of his delegated authority was vague, however, and he was bureaucratically marginalized and frustrated.

His 1972 memoir, In the Midst of Wars. An American’s Mission to Southeast Asia, covers his time in the Philippines and Vietnam up to December 1956.

His biography, The Unquiet American, was written by Cecil Currey and published in 1988; the title refers to the common, but incorrect belief, that the eponymous character in Graham Greene’s novel The Quiet American was based on Lansdale. According to Norman Sherry’s authorized biography of Greene The Life of Graham Greene, Lansdale did not officially enter the Vietnam arena until 1954, while Greene wrote his book in 1952 after departing Vietnam.

L. Fletcher Prouty alleged that Lansdale can be seen in one of the “three tramps” photographs that were taken near the Texas School Book Depository shortly after the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy. Based on Prouty’s account of Lansdale, Dale Dye portrayed the character named “General Y” in the 1991 Oliver Stone film JFK. According to Stone, the development of the character was inspired by Prouty.

Lansdale is cited by many researchers as a key figure in the alleged misdeeds on the part of the CIA in a cover-up of the assassination of JFK and perhaps even intimately involved in the deed itself.

Was Lansdale’s fate similar to Dulles’? What did he know about the Reptilians and the first war loss for the once invincible US government’s war machine?

What is the prognosis for war now? And who will be the so-called victims and the so-called perpetrators in the Human Free Will Experiment on planet  Earth?