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The OSS Society and Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO): Private Groups That Help Control the Covert Operations Community

“Someone once said that war is hell, and peace is heaven. But we know that the opposite is true: War is heaven, and peace is hell.”

1. Intro
2. AFIO membership in detail
3. If knowledge is power.
4. OSS Society names
5. Notes
6. AFIO sources
7. OSS Society sources

For many decades there have been authors, usually associated with the John Birch Society, who have been warning the public against the nefarious influence of the Rockefellers, Henry Kissinger and the primary private groups these men have been involved with: the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg. These days websites and YouTube videos have largely replaced books as the dominant propaganda outlets warning against these liberal establishment elements. The internet is completely awash with information that it is these men and these institutes that run the western world from behind the scenes.

However, as this website has been demonstrating over the years, there is another side to the coin. As primarily documented in ISGP’s Pilgrims Society article, yes, the Rockefellers and their network of friends and associates most certainly has had an enormous amount of influence in America and the world as a whole. At the same time, in private groups as the American Security Council , the Center for Security Policy , the Council for National Policy and Le Cercle they never had much to say. The liberal establishment is primarily about economics and diplomacy, with the conservative one being completely focused on national security. The two establishments may disagree much of the time, but they also need one another. If diplomacy fails, the State Department has to authorize the CIA and the Pentagon to do the dirty work. Invasions, coups, spy work, assassinations, drug trafficking, arms shipments – these are all not the expertise of the State Department.

Future CIA director and 9/11 Joint Intelligence Inquiry chairman Porter Goss walking on stage at the 4th annual symposium of the AFIO in November 2001. The ultra-connected former CIA director James Woolsey is also present at the symposium. Both had interesting ties to the Al-Qaida network and/or its paymasters, the Pakistani ISI – while AFIO director Ted Shackley, through his Cercle group, was well-acquainted with that other financier of Al-Qaida, Prince Turki al Faisal and his cohorts. Goss briefly served under Shackley at JM/WAVE, by the way.

In effect, the AFIO and the OSS Society are some of the conservative establishment’s highest level counterparts to the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission and elite social clubs as the Century Association and the Pilgrims Society. Although. the AFIO and OSS Society most certainly aren’t fully conservative establishment groups.

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The trick is that at the top there are always liberal establishment-allied bureaucrats running things. Only at a lower level it is not unusual to find Christian conservative (or Jewish neocon) extremists overseeing special operations. Colonel Oliver North and General John Singlaub, both governors of the Council for National Policy, are an example of that. North in particular took orders from William Casey, a “conservative” CIA director with decades-long ties to a group of establishment Pilgrims Society members, including former CIA director Allen Dulles. Erik Prince and former CIA Counter-Terrorism Counter chief Cofer Black, both involved in running Blackwater USA in the post-9/11 world, are other examples. Prince, in particular, has deep ties to the Council for National Policy, this through his mother, Elsa. However, Prince and Black in particular, also had plenty of ties to liberal establishment individuals, including President George Bush and secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld.

True, most scholars would label Bush and Rumsfeld as “neocon” and “conservative”, but fact is that both individuals tie into the same overarching liberal Eastern Establishment through education, family, friends, business and NGOs. ISGP has a Superclass Index, plus more than 1,300 NGOs with membership, to demonstrate that. True McCarthyite conservatives are not educated at Harvard, Yale and Princeton. They were born in places like Alabama and Georgia, rose up the ranks in the military, joined groups as the American Security Council. and in the end took orders from CIA directors and defense secretaries educated at Harvard, Yale and Princeton.

In any case, while groups as the CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission and Pilgrims Society primarily recruit from the State Department, banks, multinationals, media, think tanks and highest level non-special operations Defense Department circles, in the AFIO and OSS Society we find scores of CIA directors, NSA directors, FBI directors, lower level covert operations veterans, generals and admirals. Together with the Military Order of the Carabao, the Center for Security Policy, Le Cercle and other private groups, they form a bridge between the conservative and liberal establishment with a special emphasis on covert operations.

Of the above groups, only the Military Order of the Carabao hasn’t been discussed yet on this website. Visitors to its annual conferences have included Donald Rumsfeld, James Schlesinger, Colin Powell, General Paul X. Kelley, Marine Corps General Alfred M. Gray, Jr. and Admiral Thomas Moorer. [1] These are high-level names for the most part. Certainly Admiral Moorer can be considered conservative establishment, but some of the others largely transcend that label. They simply have too many ties to liberal establishment elites.

Of the invitees to the AFIO and the OSS Society, by far the most influential ones are the retired CIA directors – who always constitute a considerable percentage of the honorary boards. This also makes sense. No CIA director moves “up” to become director of the FBI, ONI or the NSA – it’s always the other way around. The most senior position in the entire intelligence community is the CIA directorship. The new position as Director of National Intelligence is nowhere near as prestigious (just compare biographies), while Homeland Security’s long term policy – as with many mid-level think tanks – is controlled by its advisory council, headed for much of the time until this point by retired CIA directors James Schlesinger and William Webster – both of whom are leading members of the AFIO and the OSS Society. Even with these men gone, the advisory council is always stacked with major establishment figures that are much more senior than the secretaries of Homeland Security who oversee the department’s day to day operations. CIA directors only move up to positions as secretary of defense, national security advisor or might be given some crucial ambassadorship, as was the case with Richard Helms. In many cases retired CIA directors continue in the private sector. George H. W. Bush was an exception and made it to vice president and then president. Until now, not a single CIA director has ever been made secretary of state, a position that not only requires a somewhat different set of skills, but is also tightly controlled by the liberal establishment.

OSS Society: 1) Ross Perot at an October 2, 2020 meeting. 2) Cynthia Helms, widow of Richard Helms, at the 2020 annual meeting. 3) The controversial General John Singlaub at the 2020 annual meeting. 4) General John Mulholland, head of U.S. Army Special Operations Command, talking to Admiral Michael Mullen, retired Joint Chiefs chairman, at the 2020 annual meeting.

As for the OSS Society, it was founded in 1947 under the name Veterans of the OSS. It only changed its name to OSS Society in 1998. Despite not being particularly guarded about giving out the names of its leadership, the society is still so unknown anno 2020 that no one has bothered to create a Wikipedia page about it. Odd, as one would expect more attention to be given to a private club which has counted most of the historical senior CIA leadership among its membership. In any case, the OSS Society and the AFIO have a degree of overlap with their membership. Former CIA directors George H. W. Bush, Porter Goss, James Schlesinger, William Webster and James Woolsey are among those involved in both groups.

OSS Society, 2020 annual meeting: Fltr: Ambassador John Negroponte, former CIA director and Homeland Security chief William Webster, former CIA director and defense secretary Robert Gates and then-CIA director David Petraeus.

Both societies charge a membership fee, but at the same time receive contributions from a limited number of corporations and foundations. And, for once, these do not include the Rockefeller, Ford or Carnegie foundations. Both receive financing from SAIC and Lockheed Martin. The AFIO has additionally received funds from TRW and Motorola while General Atomics (the drone manufacturer), General Dynamics, Ross Perot, the William and Sophia Casey Foundation and the Rumsfeld Foundation have been generous to the OSS Society in recent years. [ 2 ]

At this point it is too soon to draw any final conclusions on the AFIO and the OSS Society, but people should definitely start taking notice of their top-level membership, especially with Gene Wheaton having claimed that at least one of these groups, the OSS Society, “runs the CIA from behind the scenes”. Seeing former CIA director William Webster conversing with then-CIA director David Petraeus at an OSS Society gathering, he may well turn out to be right one day.

AFIO membership in detail

A detailed membership list plus bios has been moved to a separate page . ISGP has also backed up a full 1996 list of the AFIO roster , with most names still unanalyzed. A quick analysis of the uncovered names reveals most retired CIA, NSA, DIA and ONI directors, as well as a number of Air Intelligence / Air Force Intelligence (AFISRA) directors. As the reader can see in the oversight below, there is a definite pecking order in the importance of various top intelligence positions.

The positions of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and Air Force Intelligence (AFISRA) are roughly equal. The NSA is a bit more prestigious: no NSA director goes back to being a director of any of the military agencies. The only way up is the CIA or Pentagon, and only the top two positions in each case. Most directors of ONI, the DIA and AFISRA never make it to higher positions. Rising to the position of CIA director or secretary of defense is primarily reserved for the old boys who have gone to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, or maybe Columbia. General Michael Hayden and Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, both former heads of the NSA who moved on to the CIA, are the exceptions rather than the norm.

At a somewhat lower level, quite a few leading AFIO members have been commander of the Naval Security Group, a joint project of the Navy and the NSA. As for the Air Force, Offutt Air Force, where Strategic Air Command is located, is a key location where many senior Air Force officers have been stationed at one time or another. Another very often seen position among retired Air Force generals in the AFIO is J-2 (head of intelligence) at U.S. European Command (EUCOM). All of them are career officers; no old boys at this level.

The civilian CIA is a bit of a different animal. The AFIO seems to take a particular liking towards Army or Marine Corps special operations veterans who appear to have worked for the CIA. Colonel Charles Rambo, a “State Department” counter-terrorism specialist; and Colonel John Guenther of Marine Corps Intelligence are two examples that come to mind.

The AFIO ranks are filled with CIA station chiefs from around the world, many of them still very obscure to this day. It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that quite a few notorious CIA veterans can be found – not with Ted Shackley’s network of friends having set up and running the AFIO. We come across numerous individuals accused of involvement in drug trafficking, arms smuggling, assassinations, coups, death squads, the recruiting of Nazis, MK-ULTRA and everything else that cannot stand the light of day. On a somewhat lighter note, there is also a whole group of CIA and DIA/INSCOM men among the membership that is linked to the remote viewing projects. Except for coups, most of these questionable projects focus around the absolute top of the CIA, with a few subordinates in the operations department and the army’s special operations units.

Yet another interesting avenue to look into is the AFIO’s Las Vegas chapter at Nellis Air Force Base, known for being the location of Groom Lake and Area 51, a CIA base from 1955 to 1979. Among the members is a good friend of the earlier-mentioned Colonel John Alexander: Thorton “T.D.” Barnes, who helped develop some of the top secret spy planes of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980, including the SR-71 Blackbird and the F-117 stealth fighter. He also worked on NASA’s Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application (NERVA) program. In terms of conventional high technology programs, Barnes has seen it all.

Colonel John Alexander, so famous from Coast to Coast AM and intertwined with many of its guests, is an important figure in the AFIO’s Las Vegas chapter at Nellis AFB (Area 51) [3], together with Area 51 veteran “T.D.” Barnes, another visitor of Coast to Coast. No. 1 shows Alexander with the AFIO’s second president, General Richard Stilwell; no. 5 is with OSS Society chairman General John Singlaub; and no. 6 is with fellow AFIO member, and even more controversial, Colonel Michael Aquino. [4] Generals Jack Sheehan (7) and Carl Stiner (8), of U.S. Special Operations Command, are also very familiar in AFIO circles. Edward Teller (9) we know from the American Security Council. William Perry (10) is the ultimate DOD and defense corporation insider and a close friend of Henry Kissinger.

Another interesting name among the 1996 AFIO membership is Mary Ferrell. Since the 1960s she has been one of the most important JFK assassination researchers, maintaining a large library of documents other researchers continually use. She died in 2004, but the Mary Ferrell Foundation, complete with database, still exists. Rodney Stich, a seemingly very passionate critic of illegal CIA covert operations, is another peculiar name that appears on the 1996 membership list – considering the AFIO is largely a private CIA endeavor. Things start making sense again when one looks deeper into who Stich is: he’s using many unrelaible sources and suppresses honest discussion about 9/11.

If knowledge is power.

One thing that seems pretty clear is that certainly the more senior AFIO members have had access to the deepest secrets within the national security system of the United States. Here we have individuals in the know of all the CIA’s most sensitive secrets and of similarly sensitive datamining and hacking programs of the NSA. Add to this persons with past access to high technology programs at defense corporations and bases as Area 51. If we assume that knowledge is power, the AFIO is a potential superpower on its own.

Certainly the potential for abuse of power is considerable. What if a CIA or NSA director decides to copy or remove certain highly sensitive files before retiring? Files that can be used for blackmail? What if projects are moved to private corporations, in this case with ties to the AFIO? At that point it becomes possible to run a powerful criminal private enterprise with knowledge that only exists out of government.

With the old boys of the FBI on board things would become even easier. This is hardly speculation. Remember how the CIA cooperated with the biggest mafia bosses in the country to overthrow Castro and raise drug money while Hoover’s FBI pretended that the mafia didn’t even exist? Not to mention that Hoover maintained a huge file on politicians for blackmail purposes. While there are not many FBI boys at the AFIO, possibly preferring other groups as the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI (SFSAFBI), AFIO director William Webster is a former CIA director while we also see former CIA and FBI directors sharing boards at questionable companies as ExecutiveAction or GlobalOptions Group. Both were set up by AFIO member Neil Livingstone.

Of course, there are plenty of rumors that certain secret information has been taken out of government and taken to the private sector where it might be lingering in an Unacknowledged Special Access Program. Whether or not there is any truth to that, certainly a lot intelligence operations have been privatized over the years. Besides ExecutiveAction and GlobalOptions, a great example is Blackwater, through which a private War on Terror was conducted in the years after 9/11 by former CIA counterterrorism chief Cofer Black and his allies. Both Black and Blackwater head Erik Prince have given speeches to the AFIO, but are still too young to be full-fledged members. Leading AFIO member Bobby Ray Inman took over from Prince when Blackwater was transitioned into Xe Services in 2020 and then into Academi in 2020.

At the end of the day we probably don’t need to worry that much about a CIA director or secretary of defense not being informed about the country’s deepest secrets–or even the secretary of state, who always has its own power structure behind him–but what about the president and vice president? As ISGP has discussed in other articles, and as can be seen in the oversight produced above, presidential candidates tend to come from the outside. They are literally groomed. If considered reliable enough, they can put themselves up for election and expect the media and major corporations to support them. If not, they’ll never make it.

Whatever the exact truth, little of this seems to involve the ordinary AFIO member. Seeing how the AFIO arranges for Hal Puthoff and Edgar Mitchell to hold a speeches, or some of the books promoted in the AFIO’s magazine, and it appears the vast majority of AFIO members are being had in the same manner as the rest of the population.

OSS Society names

AFIO names have their separate membership/biography list . The names below belong to the OSS Society. There’s a good chance that every person listed here also has been involved AFIO. Time will tell. For now far less names of the OSS Society are known.

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