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Carol L Dysinger – Epilogue to Camp Victory, Afghanistan

From: Gary Niod
Date: Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 2:45 PM
Subject: Re: Epilogue to Camp Victory, Afghanistan
To: carol.dysinger@nyu.edu
Cc: rest; Jeffrey Krinsk , 60 Minutes <60m@cbsnews.com>, “Matthew Margo Esq. – Senior attorney for CBS – Matthew’s father Judge Cecil Margo was tasked by Ben Gurion during Israel’s War of Independence [Nov. 1947 – Jan. 1949] where South African Commander Margo played a pivotal role and overseen every step of the way by devout Christian Jan Smuts to develop the “blueprint” for what is today the brutally strong Israel Air Force” , “Ira Mishkind Esq. – Gary Steven Gevisser’s estate attorney.” , JPHILLIPS@loeb.com, dave , “Tony Leon – Fomer head of the South African Oppostion Party to the current ANC regime. Now the ANC South African Ambassador to Argentinia.” , Rose Tchang Sun Yat-sen , “David Bellavia – US Soldier nominated for the US Congressional Medal of Honor. Now “blowing the whistle” on Operation Sparkling.” , Shaun Tomson – 1977 World Surfing Champion , Michael Awerbuch , “Michael Strauss – International Monetary Fund – former student of Grundfest.” , “Joe “Could I stop you?” Grundfest – former Commissioner of the SEC and Stanford Law School” , “Andile Madikizela – First cousin of Winnie Mandela and close confidant of Nelson Mandela who acknowledged in private meetings with Andile of his knowledge that the CIA turned him to the South African Apartheid Regime during the Kennedy Administration.”

In due course you will be added to the $ HIT list of 2facetruth.com.

It is also my humble but seasoned opinion that you have a fiduciary responsibility to inform all those who when watching your documentary would have been as eager as you were to hear more of the “background story”.

You don’t mind if I quote my French-Canadian wife, Marie Dion Gevisser:

People with little intelligence have great difficulty feeling stupid.

Lack of Knowledge-Information-Light, power to change the world stems from humans being lazy and fearful of embracing the truth. The truth is “tTOo” (sic) disrupting for “sum” (sic) people too busy keeping track of their lies


On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 2:25 PM, Carol L Dysinger wrote:
Forgot to hit reply all.
Please do not contact me anymore in the future.

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 3:49 PM, Gary Niod wrote:
Carol, just like you don’t fool yourself when you lie, you don’t fool me for a moment, not even with your “head spinning” ending, “these are head spinning times”.

Prior to getting the wakeup call of your life, you were very eager to find out what information I had, and your careful choice of words have enthusiasm written all over them. (I cannot imagine what you will think once I publish my book explaining the fallacy of capitalism that was a fraud from the start and the only reason it lasted so long was because people who have their wants and needs met, and the line is very blurry, do not know how to think.)

Let me know what you think of my most fraudulent $4 million DEATH SENTENCE by a corrupt Texas judge.

Standby for my reply to Scott Shane of the New York Times.

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 12:15 PM, Carol L Dysinger wrote:
Thanks for the thoughts. I completed camp victory in 2010 and have moved on to other topics.
War/Not War Constitution/Not Constitution, these are head spinning times.
Best,
Carol

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 3:10 PM, Gary Niod wrote:

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From: Gary S Gevisser
Date: Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: Epilogue to Camp Victory, Afghanistan
To: carol.dysinger@nyu.edu

I assume you have heard of Lt. Col. Davis who has been in the news as of late repudiating some of the strategies and tactics of our forces in Afghanistan.

I believe the attention he got began with his article, Truth, Lies and Afghanistan that was then spread by the likes of the New York Times.

I contacted Armed Forces Journal once I read the article to let them know that I was in possession of this “Epilogue” material, and that I wanted to share it with Lt. Col. Davis and their response was very positive and so I shared the information below which I highly doubt you were aware of when producing your documentary.

From: Ron Bellows Senior Risk Assessor for AIG
To: Gary S Gevisser
Monday, May 03, 2004 7:39 PM;
Subject: WE [megalopoly] insure… Haliburton

my point the other day – that these people have been taken and treated as war combatants when there is no war – is totally against the constitution – which apparently doesn’t exist anymore

BUT get this .. ..

I have now been given the project of trying to figure out our exposure for our overseas defense contractors we insure –

thing is – the policy excludes ‘acts of war’ ( as most do ) – BUT – includes Terrorism ??

so.. .If a contractor dies from an act of war – we pay the widow and the gov’t is supposed to reimburse us from their war chest

so now – the feds are saying – “there is no war” – and we don’t get reimbursed – for all the dead, captured and “lost” contractors ( and our loss numbers are showing lots more than the news is reporting )

so all the actuaries and underwriters are freakin out – watching their policy breach limits and bleed cash

so I got the order Sunday – go and figure out what KBR, Centcom and Haliberton employee exposure are and what they are doing to control their contract employees exposure ??

AND – this is a no win – If I pull the plug ( write a report that says its a poor risk ) my name goes to the head of KBR etc – If I say its all good – we loose money and megalopoly stomps on my tushy

aaagghhh

later boys

I need a drink . . . .

Then they went silent.

Note the date this email was sent to me. It was 11 days after Patrick Tillman Jr. was killed by “friendly fire” in opium rich Afghanistan. (Nor should you be distracted into thinking that what is driving this war are the profits from the drug trade.)

Let me know if you have additional questions on what I see as the follow up to your documentary Camp Victory Afghanistan which leaves most viewers focused on the good human side of American Army officers, who know little and nothing about the thinking that goes behind Special Forces operations, which you did the most excellent job of beginning to shine a light on these individuals who never show their faces to the camera which has the viewer thinking, at least subconsciously that because they are in the same room as the rest of the military brass who are only too happy to show their human side when “mentoring” a totally discombobulated local militia who are simply very poorly paid mercenaries from poverty stricken areas beginning with refugee camps in neighboring counties like Pakistan which are the carefully nurtured breeding grounds for both friends and foes; and now you see much clearer the real cause of all the frustrations of regular Army brass with “law unto themselves” Special Forces Commanding Officers undermining the ability of American Army “mentors” to gain the trust of the indigenous peoples who increasingly lose their identity in the throes of never ending war; and more important than the “trust association” of Special Forces, because they all speak with similar American accents, and are part of a command structure under the broad umbrella of American Ar
med Forces where one associates “checks and balances” just like with the 3 Branches of the US Government, is the indelible impression that these Special Forces Commanding Officers have the full scoop; and nothing can be further from the truth.

On Feb 10, 2012, at 9:06 AM, Carol L Dysinger wrote:

What do you mean epilogue, written or filmed?
Were you there afterwards?
Yes send it here.

carol

On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 12:50 AM, Gary S Gevisser wrote:
I have an “epilogue” to your documentary CV Afghanistan that I believe will look good on your CV. Is this the best email address to send the information?

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