Quotes – Director of the CIA Allen Dulles

“Allen Dulles, the Director of the CIA under President Eisenhower, ordered the assassination of [Congolese President Patrice] Lumumba in August 1960. Before the CIA could act, Mobutu Sese Seko, Lumumba’s private secretary, intervened militarily and removed Lumumba from power.”
– David Model

“I.G. Farben was most famous for putting the gas in gas chambers; it was the producer of Zyklon B and other gasses used on victims of the Holocaust… [The Bush family] hired Allen Dulles, the future head of the CIA, to hide the funds they were making from Nazi investments and the funds they were sending to Nazi Germany.”
– William Bowles

“The financing for Adolph Hitler’s rise to power was handled through the Warburg-controlled Mendelsohn Bank of Amsterdam and later by the J. Henry Schroeder Bank… Chief legal counsel to the J. Henry Schroeder Bank was the firm of Sullivan and Cromwell whose senior partners included John Foster and Allen Dulles.”
– Gary Allen in his book None Dare Call It Conspiracy

“[President] Dwight Eisenhower, named Allen Dulles CIA Director. Dulles’ forte was overthrowing governments and he was quite good at it. With coups in Iran (1953) and Guatemala (1954) under his belt, Dulles was riding high in the late Fifties and moved Cuba to the top of his to-do list.”
– Ray McGovern

“The CIA overlords of the [Bay of Pigs – Cuba] invasion, Director Allen Dulles and Deputy Richard Bissell had their own plan on how to bring the United States into the conflict… What they expected was that the invaders would establish a beachhead… and appeal for aid from the United States.”
– journalist Daniel Schorr told National Public Radio, March 2001

“As the de facto head of the Warren Commission, [CIA Director Allen] Dulles was perfectly positioned to exculpate himself and any of his associates, were any commissioners or investigators or journalists tempted to question whether the [JFK] killing in Dallas might have been a CIA covert action.”
– Ray McGovern

“CIA Director Allen Dulles and his brother Secretary of State John Foster Dulles] were in touch with the power elite, and a mere President [Eisenhower] influenced them not at all.”
– L. Fletcher Prouty

“In the case of Vietnam, the course followed by the U.S. government was established by two international Wall Street lawyers, John Foster Dulles and Allen Welch Dulles, among other, more invisible powers.”
– L. Fletcher Prouty

“A central focus of the [Averell] Harriman security regime in Washington (1950-53) was the organization of covert operations, and “psychological warfare.” Harriman, together with his lawyers and business partners, Allen Dulles and John Foster Dulles, wanted the government’s secret services to conduct extensive propaganda campaigns and mass-psychology experiments within the U.S.A., and paramilitary campaigns abroad. This would supposedly ensure a stable world-wide environment favorable to Anglo-American financial and political interests.”
– Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin

“Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, Carmel Offie and Frank WIsner were the grand masters. If you were in a room with them you were in a roomful of people that you had to believe would deservedly end up in hell.”
– James Angleton, CIA Chief of Counterintelligence

“[CIA Director] Allen Dulles had gone to see President Eisenhower as early as March 1960 seeking approval to develop a plan to overthrow [Fidel] Castro. The original idea for using Mafia figures to assist the CIA in this plan originated as early as 1960.”
– Phillip F. Nelson

“Allen Dulles created the CIA, assisted the Nazis, covered up the Kennedy hit from his Warren Commission perch and struck a deal with the Muslim Brotherhood to create mind-controlled assassins. Brother John Foster Dulles presided over the phony Goldman Sachs trusts before the 1929 stock market crash and helped his brother overthrow governments in Iran and Guatemala.”
– Dean Henderson

“John Foster Dulles was an accomplished warmonger. In 1933, he and his brother Allen had rushed to Cologne to meet with Adolf Hitler and guaranteed him the funds to maintain the Nazi regime. The Dulles brothers were representing their clients, Kuhn Loeb Co., and the Rothschilds.”
– Eustace C. Mullins

“Max Warburg, brother of Kuhn-Loeb’s Paul Warburg. ran a family financial powerhouse in Frankfort, Germany… The Warburg connection is reported to have helped the Axis powers financially. At the end of the war in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles meetings were attended by Rothschild connected men like Paul and Max Warburg, John Foster Dulles (of Kuhn-Loeb), Colonel [Edward Mandell] House, Thomas Lamont (of JP Morgan) and Allen Dulles (of Kuhn-Loeb). The harsh terms of the Treaty of Versailles totally set the stage for World War II.”
– David Smith

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