Uncover the stars of

Yesterday  Peter Yost co—authored a piece on the Wilson/Plame matter. In it he argues the Plame case investigation will not die and says:

A group of former intelligence officers urged President Bush not to pardon anyone convicted of leaking Valerie Plame's name to reporters and to pull security clearances of any White House officials implicated in the investigation.

Yost is being strikingly  strikingly disingenuous in promoting the propagandistic , partisan flaying of Libby and the call for the President to out—of—hand relinquish an executive perogative. He knows full well that Larry C.  Johnson whom he cites and the other members of the VIPS group, of which Johnson is a leading spokesman, are fervently anti—war, anti—Semitic, anti—Bush cohorts of Joseph Wilson and his wife. They are intimately involved in this entire  Wilson/Plame hoax.  Indeed, they appear to be the likely sources for the leaks against the Administration I first noted in November of 2004.

It is beyond odd  that the VIPS have  been allowed by a complicit press to make so much of this non—leak since a leading member of it, Ray McGovern openly called  for agents to leak secret information damaging to the President to stop the war.

Mr. Yost surely knows this and has failed to inform his readers of this. Most of the press, continue to cite them and anti—war Carter DCI Stansfield Turner without ever disclosing their bias or anti—Administration activities. Indeed, the first and only  time I saw a major media reporter do so was Dana Milbank in his Washington Post story about the Conyer's Playhouse Hearings. This lefty group with  links to the Democrats and Soros and Wilson are secrets  to the crack investigators employed by   the mainstream media.

But they certainly have not been the least bit covert to the rest of us who've been paying attention.

The VIPS group , among other things, appeared prominently in the 2004 video "Uncovered" which co—starred Kerry's national security adviser Rand Beers and Joseph Wilson.  Members of the VIPS in that film include ex—CIA agents  Larry Johnson, Ray McGovern, and Mel Goodman, along with others like Scott Ritter and Carter's feckless DCI Stansfield Turner and the UK's clueless lefty Clare Short.  Also in "Uncovered" was David Corn, who oddly enough is the first reporter (July 14, 2003, The Nation) to have said Plame was an undercover agent of the CIA.  He has never disclosed his source of that knowledge nor  has he been brought before the special prosecutor's grand jury and it certainly seems that he knew this from personal knowledge.

Larry Johnson was in CIA training sessions with Plame and admits to having been close to her for decades."Uncovered" was underwritten by Soros funded MoveOn and played at Kerry meet  ups during the campaign.

Its long past time to Uncover the stars of that movie and this  Plame sideshow.

Clarice Feldman  11 18 05

Yesterday  Peter Yost co—authored a piece on the Wilson/Plame matter. In it he argues the Plame case investigation will not die and says:

A group of former intelligence officers urged President Bush not to pardon anyone convicted of leaking Valerie Plame's name to reporters and to pull security clearances of any White House officials implicated in the investigation.

Yost is being strikingly  strikingly disingenuous in promoting the propagandistic , partisan flaying of Libby and the call for the President to out—of—hand relinquish an executive perogative. He knows full well that Larry C.  Johnson whom he cites and the other members of the VIPS group, of which Johnson is a leading spokesman, are fervently anti—war, anti—Semitic, anti—Bush cohorts of Joseph Wilson and his wife. They are intimately involved in this entire  Wilson/Plame hoax.  Indeed, they appear to be the likely sources for the leaks against the Administration I first noted in November of 2004.

It is beyond odd  that the VIPS have  been allowed by a complicit press to make so much of this non—leak since a leading member of it, Ray McGovern openly called  for agents to leak secret information damaging to the President to stop the war.

Mr. Yost surely knows this and has failed to inform his readers of this. Most of the press, continue to cite them and anti—war Carter DCI Stansfield Turner without ever disclosing their bias or anti—Administration activities. Indeed, the first and only  time I saw a major media reporter do so was Dana Milbank in his Washington Post story about the Conyer's Playhouse Hearings. This lefty group with  links to the Democrats and Soros and Wilson are secrets  to the crack investigators employed by   the mainstream media.

But they certainly have not been the least bit covert to the rest of us who've been paying attention.

The VIPS group , among other things, appeared prominently in the 2004 video "Uncovered" which co—starred Kerry's national security adviser Rand Beers and Joseph Wilson.  Members of the VIPS in that film include ex—CIA agents  Larry Johnson, Ray McGovern, and Mel Goodman, along with others like Scott Ritter and Carter's feckless DCI Stansfield Turner and the UK's clueless lefty Clare Short.  Also in "Uncovered" was David Corn, who oddly enough is the first reporter (July 14, 2003, The Nation) to have said Plame was an undercover agent of the CIA.  He has never disclosed his source of that knowledge nor  has he been brought before the special prosecutor's grand jury and it certainly seems that he knew this from personal knowledge.

Larry Johnson was in CIA training sessions with Plame and admits to having been close to her for decades."Uncovered" was underwritten by Soros funded MoveOn and played at Kerry meet  ups during the campaign.

Its long past time to Uncover the stars of that movie and this  Plame sideshow.

Clarice Feldman  11 18 05