1997-06-04, Cyberhabilis: Michael Ruppert bio page
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 1997 23:34:17 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: ciadrugs] Micheal Ruppert bio page.....
MICHAEL C. RUPPERT
FIFTY YEARS OF THE CIA DEALING DRUGS TO AMERICANS
"This is the man who lost CIA Director John Deutch his guaranteed appointment as Secretary of Defense after confronting him at Locke High School in Watts with hard facts." - Dick Gregory
"...in the course of investigations in the mid 70s he came across evidence that the CIA was trading drugs... Twice in recent years he wrote to [Ross] Perot... Perot called him back to offer encouragement... Ruppert says his main objective is to see that the country gets a leader worthy of its people. Even for Ross Perot those will be big shoes to fill." PEOPLE Magazine, 6/22/92
MIKE RUPPERT TALKS ABOUT:
THE EVIDENCE THE WITNESSES WHO IS RESPONSIBLE HOW MUCH DOES CONGRESS ALREADY KNOW THE ROLE OF THE MILITARY AND BANKS HOW OTHER NATIONS HAVE SOLVED THE DRUG PROBLEM HOW LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS BEEN COMPROMISED
AN EXPERT WHO HAS BEEN INTERVIEWED BY BOTH THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE SELECT INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEES WILL COME TO YOU!
SPEAKER'S BIO MICHAEL C. RUPPERT
Ex LAPD narcotics investigator Twice approached by CIA to work for them Honors graduate in political science UCLA (1973) Has given expert testimony on narcotics 27 times Published writer on drugs and addictions more than 30 times Discussed CIA drug dealing in the White House Ninteen years of dedicated effort on this isssue On witness list of Congresswoman Maxine Waters Witnessed CIA drug dealing first hand in the 70s
On 4/9/97 the UCLA departments of Political Science and History, as arranged by professor James Wilke, videotaped a 3 hour oral history of the life of Michael Ruppert as a permanent record of his life's work and placed his reasearch into the archives.
To arrange for a speaking engagement of any length contact Michael Ruppert at (818) 788-8791. Travel & expenses to be paid by requester. Honorarium negotiable based upon organization and audience size.
Lectures By Michael Rupert
I. Michael Ruppert's Eyewitness Evidence and Investigations
This is Michael's own story and eyewitness account of CIA drug trafficking supported by his eighteen years of research. This lecture is the backbone of what he will testify to when called by the Senate and House select Intelligence Committees and exposes the heavy involvement of the military and the documented murder of U.S. military personnel.
(90 Minutes - suggested honorarium $300.00)
II. Fifty Years of CIA Drug Dealing From WWII to the Present
How CIA has partnered with organized crime to control political conflict from Italy to France to Cuba to Southeast Asia to the Middle East to Latin America (Iran-Contra). Shows how the same CIA veterans turn up over and over and establishes the role of international banking and finance. How the CIA's role in in creating gangs and factions in Southeast Asia and Latin America parallels the rise of gangs in South Central L.A. and throughout America.
(90 Minutes - suggested honorarium $300.00)
III. Five Part Lecture Series (5 - 90 Minute sessions)
A. Historical overview from the 1600's to the present, 50 years of U.S. involvement in the drug trade.
B. How the National Security Apparatus Protects Criminals - Why it's illegal to tell the truth.
C. Drugs, Guns, and Money - How you benefit from the drug trade and why a solution isn't easy.
D. Iran-Contra - All the stops removed, the crews unite. America colonizes itself.
E. Solutions - What can we do? What can we expect from the government?
(Detailed lesson plan available - Suggested honorarium $1,500.00)
REQUIREMENTS: Travel, transportation, and lodging to be provided by the requesting organization. All sessions require an overhead projector, blackboard, and P.A. system. Videotape player recommended.
Michael Rupert, 46, is an Honors graduate of UCLA in Political Science. Born in Washington, D.C. he comes from a family rooted in the CIA and Military. From 1969 to 1972 he served as a Police Student Worker at LAPD and, after graduating as valedictorian of his Academy class, served as a Police Officer from 1973 through 1978 specializing in narcotics. The CIA twice attempted to recruit Ruppert who has met or worked with Ross Perot, Bo Gritz, Cele Castillo, Maxine Waters and many others in his twenty year effort to expose CIA drug dealing.
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