AAP founding member says the Party has links to CIA

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    Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, a member of the AAP National Council, suspects his party — or its leadership at least — has connections with the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

    His email addressed to the Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha and Minister for Home Affairs among others, shows that his concern is nationalistic.

    Titled, ‘Antinational activities of CIA, ISI, Ford Foundation & foreign funded Indian NGOs & Individuals’, Upadhyay’s email dated March 4 reads (unedited),

    Dear Sir,

    » Many Indian NGOs & Individuals are directly or indirectly funded by American CIA, Pakistan’s ISI, USA based NGO Ford Foundation, NGOAavaz&also funded by many other foreign countries.

    » Many of the Ford Foundation / Foreign Funded Indian NGOs & Individuals are Pro-Separatist, Pro-Naxal, Pro-Maoist, Pro-Terrorist and directly or indirectly involved in antinational activities.

    » These Ford Foundation / foreign funded NGO people & individuals are mobilizing people on Caste, Creed, Religion & Social issues &weakening our social unity& integrity of the nation.

    » American CIA, Pakistan’s ISI, Ford Foundation and foreign funded NGO people & individuals are very serious threat for our democracy, sovereignty and internal security of nation.

    » Many Ford Foundation / foreign funded NGO people & individuals are contesting Parliament & Assembly election as a part of major conspiracy of American CIA & Pakistan’s ISI.

    » It’s well known truththat American CIA / Pakistan’s ISI used to send their agents in USSR as a Social Activists / Research Scholars&Ford Foundation played a key role in collapse of USSR.

    » It is in public domain that American CIA / Pakistan’s ISI is dividingunity of society && weakening Integrity of the Nation thru Ford Foundation / Foreign Funded Indian NGOs& individuals.

    » Entire nexus can be busted & truth will come out by enquiring Ford funded Social Activists &their family, Ford team members& Ford Foundation India representatives since 2000-2012.

    Dear Sir,

    » Pl order a time bound CBI/SIT / Judicial Commission enquiry against Indian NGOs & Individuals,who are directly or indirectly funded by Ford Foundation,Aavaz, CIA, ISI & foreign countries.

    » Pl publish the list of Indian NGOs & individuals within 30 days, who are directly or indirectly funded by CIA, ISI, NGO Ford Foundation, NGO Aavaz&other foreign countries in last 10 years.

    » Pl bring an ordinance to close the Ford Foundation and Foreign NGO offices in India & ban the CIA, ISI, Ford Foundation & foreign funded Antinational Social Activists from contesting election.

    Regards

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    That the foreign agencies play a role in India is no secret.

    The Mitrokhin files indicates claims that the KGB and America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had penetrated the New Delhi’s elites — ruling and supportive — during the Indira Gandhi era.

    Disclosures from the Mitrokhin files - Deccan Herald - Internet Edition
     
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    Where is he talking about AAP having links with CIA?
     
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    Financing and Manufacturing "Dissent" in America:

    The Ford Foundation and the CIA

    Introduction

    The CIA uses philanthropic foundations as the most effective conduit to channel large sums of money to Agency projects without alerting the recipients to their source. From the early 1950s to the present the CIA's intrusion into the foundation field was and is huge. A U.S. Congressional investigation in 1976 revealed that nearly 50% of the 700 grants in the field of international activities by the principal foundations were funded by the CIA (Who Paid the Piper? The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, Frances Stonor Saunders, Granta Books, 1999, pp. 134-135). The CIA considers foundations such as Ford "The best and most plausible kind of funding cover" (Ibid, p. 135). The collaboration of respectable and prestigious foundations, according to one former CIA operative, allowed the Agency to fund "a seemingly limitless range of covert action programs affecting youth groups, labor unions, universities, publishing houses and other private institutions" (p. 135). The latter included "human rights" groups beginning in the 1950s to the present. One of the most important "private foundations" collaborating with the CIA over a significant span of time in major projects in the cultural Cold War is the Ford Foundation.

    This essay will demonstrate that the Ford Foundation-CIA connection was a deliberate, conscious joint effort to strengthen U.S. imperial cultural hegemony and to undermine left-wing political and cultural influence. We will proceed by examining the historical links between the Ford Foundation and the CIA during the Cold War, by examining the Presidents of the Foundation, their joint projects and goals as well as their common efforts in various cultural areas.

    Background: Ford Foundation and the CIA

    By the late 1950s the Ford Foundation possessed over $3 billion in assets. The leaders of the Foundation were in total agreement with Washington's post-WWII projection of world power. A noted scholar of the period writes: "At times it seemed as if the Ford Foundation was simply an extension of government in the area of international cultural propaganda. The foundation had a record of close involvement in covert actions in Europe, working closely with Marshall Plan and CIA officials on specific projects" (Ibid, p.139). This is graphically illustrated by the naming of Richard Bissell as President of the Foundation in 1952. In his two years in office Bissell met often with the head of the CIA, Allen Dulles, and other CIA officials in a "mutual search" for new ideas. In 1954 Bissell left Ford to become a special assistant to Allen Dulles in January 1954 (Ibid, p. 139). Under Bissell, the Ford Foundation (FF) was the "vanguard of Cold War thinking".

    One of the FF first Cold War projects was the establishment of a publishing house, Inter-cultural Publications, and the publication of a magazine Perspectives in Europe in four languages. The FF purpose according to Bissell was not "so much to defeat the leftist intellectuals in dialectical combat (sic) as to lure them away from their positions" (Ibid, p. 140). The board of directors of the publishing house was completely dominated by cultural Cold Warriors. Given the strong leftist culture in Europe in the post-war period, Perspectives failed to attract readers and went bankrupt.

    Another journal Der Monat funded by the Confidential Fund of the U.S. military and run by Melvin Lasky was taken over by the FF, to provide it with the appearance of independence (Ibid, p. 140).

    In 1954 the new president of the FF was John McCloy. He epitomized imperial power. Prior to becoming president of the FF he had been Assistant Secretary of War, president of the World Bank, High Commissioner of occupied Germany, chairman of Rockefeller's Chase Manhattan Bank, Wall Street attorney for the big seven oil companies and director of numerous corporations. As High Commissioner in Germany, McCloy had provided cover for scores of CIA agents (Ibid, p. 141).

    McCloy integrated the FF with CIA operations. He created an administrative unit within the FF specifically to deal with the CIA. McCloy headed a three person consultation committee with the CIA to facilitate the use of the FF for a cover and conduit of funds. With these structural linkages the FF was one of those organizations the CIA was able to mobilize for political warfare against the anti-imperialist and pro-communist left. Numerous CIA "fronts" received major FF grants. Numerous supposedly "independent" CIA sponsored cultural organizations, human rights groups, artists and intellectuals received CIA/FF grants. One of the biggest donations of the FF was to the CIA organized Congress for Cultural Freedom which received $7 million by the early 1960s. Numerous CIA operatives secured employment in the FF and continued close collaboration with the Agency (Ibid, p. 143).

    From its very origins there was a close structural relation and interchange of personnel at the highest levels between the CIA and the FF. This structural tie was based on the common imperial interests which they shared. The result of their collaboration was the proliferation of a number of journals and access to the mass media which pro-U.S. intellectuals used to launch vituperative polemics against Marxists and other anti-imperialists. The FF funding of these anti-Marxists organizations and intellectuals provided a legal cover for their claims of being "independent" of government funding (CIA).

    The FF funding of CIA cultural fronts was important in recruiting non-communist intellectuals who were encouraged to attack the Marxist and communist left. Many of these non-communist leftists later claimed that they were "duped", that had they known that the FF was fronting for the CIA, they would not have lent their name and prestige. This disillusionment of the anti-communist left however took place after revelations of the FF-CIA collaboration were published in the press. Were these anti-communist social democrats really so naive as to believe that all the Congresses at luxury villas and five star hotels in Lake Como, Paris and Rome, all the expensive art exhibits and glossy magazines were simple acts of voluntary philanthropy? Perhaps. But even the most naive must have been aware that in all the Congresses and journals the target of criticism was "Soviet imperialism" and "Communist tyranny" and "leftist apologists of dictatorship" -- despite the fact that it was an open secret that the U.S. intervened to overthrow the democratic Arbenz government in Guatemala and the Mossadegh regime in Iran and human rights were massively violated by U.S. backed dictators in Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and elsewhere.

    The "indignation" and claims of "innocence" by many anti-communist left intellectuals after their membership in CIA cultural fronts was revealed must be taken with a large amount of cynical skepticism. One prominent journalist, Andrew Kopkind, wrote of a deep sense of moral disillusionment with the private foundation-funded CIA cultural fronts. Kopkind wrote

    "The distance between the rhetoric of the open society and the reality of control was greater than anyone thought. Everyone who went abroad for an American organization was, in one way or another, a witness to the theory that the world was torn between communism and democracy and anything in between was treason. The illusion of dissent was maintained: the CIA supported socialist cold warriors, fascist cold warriors, black and white cold warriors. The catholicity and flexibility of the CIA operations were major advantages. But it was a sham pluralism and it was utterly corrupting" (Ibid, pp. 408-409)."

    When a U.S. journalist Dwight Macdonald who was an editor of Encounter (a FF-CIA funded influential cultural journal) sent an article critical of U.S. culture and politics it was rejected by the editors, working closely with the CIA (Ibid, pp. 314-321). In the field of painting and theater the CIA worked with the FF to promote abstract expressionism against any artistic expression with a social content, providing funds and contacts for highly publicized exhibits in Europe and favorable reviews by "sponsored" journalists. The interlocking directorate between the CIA, the Ford Foundation and the New York Museum of Modern Art lead to a lavish promotion of "individualistic" art remote from the people -- and a vicious attack on European painters, writers and playwrights writing from a critical realist perspective. "Abstract Expressionism" whatever its artist's intention became a weapon in the Cold War (Ibid, p. 263).

    The Ford Foundation's history of collaboration and interlock with the CIA in pursuit of U.S. world hegemony is now a well-documented fact. The remaining issue is whether that relationship continues into the new Millenium after the exposures of the 1960s? The FF made some superficial changes. They are more flexible in providing small grants to human rights groups and academic researchers who occasionally dissent from U.S. policy. They are not as likely to recruit CIA operatives to head the organization. More significantly they are likely to collaborate more openly with the U.S. government in its cultural and educational projects, particularly with the Agency of International Development.

    The FF has in some ways refined their style of collaboration with Washington's attempt to produce world cultural domination, but retained the substance of that policy. For example the FF is very selective in the funding of educational institutions. Like the IMF, the FF imposes conditions such as the "professionalization" of academic personnel and "raising standards." In effect this translates into the promotion of social scientific work based on the assumptions, values and orientations of the U.S. empire; to have professionals de-linked from the class struggle and connected with pro-imperial U.S. academics and foundation functionaries supporting the neo-liberal model.

    As in the 1950s and 60s the Ford Foundation today selectively funds anti-leftist human rights groups which focus on attacking human rights violations of U.S. adversaries, and distancing themselves from anti-imperialist human rights organizations and leaders. The FF has developed a sophisticated strategy of funding human rights groups (HRGs) that appeal to Washington to change its policy while denouncing U.S. adversaries their "systematic" violations. The FF supports HRGs which equate massive state terror by the U.S. with individual excesses of anti-imperialist adversaries. The FF finances HRGs which do not participate in anti-globalization and anti-neoliberal mass actions and which defend the Ford Foundation as a legitimate and generous "non-governmental organization".

    History and contemporary experience tells us a different story. At a time when government over-funding of cultural activities by Washington is suspect, the FF fulfills a very important role in projecting U.S. cultural policies as an apparently "private" non-political philanthropic organization. The ties between the top officials of the FF and the U.S. government are explicit and continuing. A review of recently funded projects reveals that the FF has never funded any major project that contravenes U.S. policy.

    In the current period of a major U.S. military-political offensive, Washington has posed the issue as "terrorism or democracy," just as during the Cold War it posed the question as "Communism or Democracy." In both instances the Empire recruited and funded "front organizations, intellectuals and journalists to attack its anti-imperialist adversaries and neutralize its democratic critics. The Ford Foundation is well situated to replay its role as collaborator to cover for the New Cultural Cold War.

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    CIA’s Trojan Horse enters the Heart of India

    he CIA uses philanthropic foundations as the most effective conduit to channel large sums of money to Agency projects without alerting the recipients to their source. From the early 1950s to the present the CIA’s intrusion into the foundation field was and is huge. A U.S. Congressional investigation in 1976 revealed that nearly 50% of the 700 grants in the field of international activities by the principal foundations were funded by the CIA. The CIA considers foundations such as Ford “The best and most plausible kind of funding cover”. The collaboration of respectable and prestigious foundations, according to one former CIA operative, allowed the Agency to fund “a seemingly limitless range of covert action programs affecting youth groups, labor unions, universities, publishing houses and other private institutions”. The latter included “human rights” groups beginning in the 1950s to the present. One of the most important “private foundations” collaborating with the CIA over a significant span of time in major projects in the cultural Cold War is the Ford Foundation.

    CIA & The Ford Foundation
    By the late 1950s the Ford Foundation possessed over $3 billion in assets. The leaders of the Foundation
    were in total agreement with Washington’s post-WWII projection of world power. A noted scholar of the
    period writes:

    “At times it seemed as if the Ford Foundation was simply an extension of government in the area of
    international cultural propaganda. The foundation had a record of close involvement in covert actions in Europe, working closely with Marshall Plan and CIA officials on specific projects”. This is graphically illustrated by the naming of Richard Bissell as President of the Foundation in 1952. In his two years in office Bissell met often with the head of the CIA, Allen Dulles, and other CIA officials in a “mutual search” for new ideas. In 1954 Bissell left Ford to become a special assistant to Allen Dulles in January 1954. Under Bissell, the Ford Foundation (FF) was the “vanguard of Cold War thinking”.

    FordLogosheet_A_2009[FOR PRINT ONLY]

    One of the FF first Cold War projects was the establishment of a publishing house, Inter-cultural
    Publications, and the publication of a magazine Perspectives in Europe in four languages. The FF purpose
    according to Bissell was not “so much to defeat the leftist intellectuals in dialectical combat (sic) as
    to lure them away from their positions”. The board of directors of the publishing house was completely
    dominated by cultural Cold Warriors. Given the strong leftist culture in Europe in the post-war period,
    Perspectives failed to attract readers and went bankrupt.

    Another journal Der Monat funded by the Confidential Fund of the U.S. military and run by Melvin Lasky
    was taken over by the FF, to provide it with the appearance of independence.

    In 1954 the new president of the FF was John McCloy. He epitomized imperial power. Prior to becoming
    president of the FF he had been Assistant Secretary of War, president of the World Bank, High Commissioner of occupied Germany, chairman of Rockefeller’s Chase Manhattan Bank, Wall Street attorney for the big seven oil companies and director of numerous corporations. As High Commissioner in Germany, McCloy had provided cover for scores of CIA agents.

    McCloy integrated the FF with CIA operations. He created an administrative unit within the FF specifically to deal with the CIA. McCloy headed a three person consultation committee with the CIA to facilitate the use of the FF for a cover and conduit of funds. With these structural linkages the FF was one of those organizations the CIA was able to mobilize for political warfare against the anti-imperialist and pro-communist left.

    Numerous CIA “fronts” received major FF grants. Numerous supposedly “independent” CIA sponsored cultural organizations, human rights groups, artists and intellectuals received CIA/FF grants. One of the biggest donations of the FF was to the CIA organized Congress for Cultural Freedom which received $7 million by the early 1960s. Numerous CIA operatives secured employment in the FF and continued close collaboration with the Agency.

    From its very origins there was a close structural relation and interchange of personnel at the highest
    levels between the CIA and the FF. This structural tie was based on the common imperial interests which
    they shared. The result of their collaboration was the proliferation of a number of journals and access
    to the mass media which pro-U.S. intellectuals used to launch vituperative polemics against Marxists and
    other anti-imperialists. The FF funding of these anti-Marxists organizations and intellectuals provided
    a legal cover for their claims of being “independent” of government funding (CIA).

    One prominent journalist, Andrew Kopkind, wrote of a deep sense of moral disillusionment with the
    private foundation-funded CIA cultural fronts. Kopkind wrote

    “The distance between the rhetoric of the open society and the reality of control was greater than
    anyone thought. Everyone who went abroad for an American organization was, in one way or another, a witness to the theory that the world was torn between communism and democracy and anything in between was treason. The illusion of dissent was maintained: the CIA supported socialist cold warriors, fascist cold warriors, black and white cold warriors. The catholicity and flexibility of the CIA operations were major advantages. But it was a sham pluralism and it was utterly corrupting”.

    When a U.S. journalist Dwight Macdonald who was an editor of Encounter (a FF-CIA funded influential
    cultural journal) sent an article critical of U.S. culture and politics it was rejected by the editors,
    working closely with the CIA. In the field of painting and theater the CIA worked with the FF to promote
    abstract expressionism against any artistic expression with a social content, providing funds and
    contacts for highly publicized exhibits in Europe and favorable reviews by “sponsored” journalists. The
    interlocking directorate between the CIA, the Ford Foundation and the New York Museum of Modern Art lead
    to a lavish promotion of “individualistic” art remote from the people — and a vicious attack on
    European painters, writers and playwrights writing from a critical realist perspective. “Abstract
    Expressionism” whatever its artist’s intention became a weapon in the Cold War.

    The Ford Foundation’s history of collaboration and interlock with the CIA in pursuit of U.S. world
    hegemony is now a well-documented fact. The remaining issue is whether that relationship continues into
    the new Millenium after the exposures of the 1960s? The FF made some superficial changes. They are more
    flexible in providing small grants to human rights groups and academic researchers who occasionally
    dissent from U.S. policy. They are not as likely to recruit CIA operatives to head the organization.
    More significantly they are likely to collaborate more openly with the U.S. government in its cultural
    and educational projects, particularly with the Agency of International Development.

    The FF has in some ways refined their style of collaboration with Washington’s attempt to produce world
    cultural domination, but retained the substance of that policy. For example the FF is very selective in
    the funding of educational institutions. Like the IMF, the FF imposes conditions such as the
    “professionalization” of academic personnel and “raising standards.” In effect this translates into the
    promotion of social scientific work based on the assumptions, values and orientations of the U.S.
    empire; to have professionals de-linked from the class struggle and connected with pro-imperial U.S.
    academics and foundation functionaries supporting the neo-liberal model.

    As in the 1950s and 60s the Ford Foundation today has developed a sophisticated strategy of funding
    human rights groups (HRGs) that appeal to Washington to change its policy while denouncing U.S.
    adversaries their “systematic” violations. The FF supports HRGs which equate massive state terror by the
    U.S. with individual excesses of anti-imperialist adversaries. The FF finances HRGs which do not
    participate in anti-globalization and anti-neoliberal mass actions and which defend the Ford Foundation
    as a legitimate and generous “non-governmental organization”.

    In the current period of a major U.S. military-political offensive, Washington has posed the issue as “terrorism or democracy,” just as during the Cold War it posed the question as “Communism or Democracy.” In both instances the Empire recruited and funded “front organizations, intellectuals and journalists to attack its anti-imperialist adversaries and neutralize its democratic critics. The Ford Foundation is well situated to replay its role as collaborator to cover for the New Cultural Cold War.

    CIA’s Trojan Horse reaches India
    India had been sucked into the spiral of this Cultural Cold War since a long time. However with the US
    economy already bust and the EU falling like dominos; it is again the East where the West would anchor
    it’s sinking ship of so called Exceptionalism that fuels the Western Civilization. The game on the
    Indian side is very well crafted and carried out through CIA’s Trojan Horse which has entered into the
    heart of Indian Politics – Delhi.

    A new political party pledging to sweep corruption from the Indian capital made surprising gains in
    state elections, grabbing a huge share of votes from the incumbent Congress party and leaving Delhi with
    no clear leader on Monday — and no party willing to form a coalition.

    The fledgling Aam Aadmi Party, or Common Man’s Party, seized 28 of Delhi’s 70 assembly seats just nine
    months after its formation. The Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party took first place with 31, while
    Congress was left with a meagre eight, a stunning decline from its previous 43.

    CIA lays the “Foundation” of Indian Policymaking

    The Ford Foundation, which completes six decades in India next year, provides a continuing flow of
    grants to institutions, think-tanks, civil society, and even farmer groups, to carry out research and
    advocacy work. The sums are not inconsequential—about $15 million (about Rs 70 crore) a year. And the
    recipients—320 grants, over the past four years—are the who’s who of civil society and advocacy groups
    in India.

    Its representative, Steven Solnick, said the Foundation’s last installment to Kabir (an NGO run by Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia) was in 2010. “Our first grant to the NGO was of $1,72,000 in 2005 ; the second was in 2008 of $1,97,000,” he told Business Standard.

    Kabir, run by Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia, key figures in AAP(Aam Aadmi Party), has received $400,000 from the Ford Foundation in the last three years.

    Link for $197,000 – now removed by Ford. Refer screenshot of the same below.

    http://www.fordfoundation.org/grants/grantdetails?grantid=107117

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    Ha ha ha............. Ashwini Kumar must have read so many fake conspiracy theories in the internet domain.
     
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    This is an important thread. There's quite some merit to the theory of AAP having CIA links.
     
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    AAP and Kejriwal are precursors to a political movement that's not different from the Maidan movement in Ukraine. They're like opportunist parasites that take advantage of what the system allows, to force in their agenda. AAP fundamentally is a constitution-defying movement that's not very different from Maoism. If AAP gains traction as a political party, Maoists' "takeover by 2030" claim will no longer sound far-fetched.

    Maoism in India through the 20th century had been a rural phenomenon. After repeated setbacks, and the Salwa Judum campaign, Maoists realised that it's the cities that run the country, not the villages. So it's the cities that have to be captured, and not using bullets, but using thoughts. It begins with the glamourisation of unconstitutional activity (such as defying EC's moral code of conduct, lessening the sanctity of the elected government by casually resigning from it, by citing a frivolous reason, etc.). AAP has done both the examples I mentioned.

    AAP must hence be electorally defeated, and the next administration should put AAP, its members, and its financials under an electron microscope. If its links with CIA and its NGO proxies such as Ford Foundation (as alleged by none other than its own founding members) are found to be true, then AAP members should be tried for high-treason, and swiftly executed, even if it makes our constitution look tarnished. The administration should also examine the passports of the owners/CEOs/editors of TV news channels, to make sure they're not infected in the same way as central Asian television channels are (as shown in the documentary "Mediastan.")

    Corruption can be fought with tougher laws, reward programs, and economic progress, which makes bribe-taking "non-essential" (a police constable today has to take bribes, or his house doesn't run); but not with apeshit zombies like AAP.
     
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