Want to understand the secret game plan for the collapse of the United States? Jay Dyer lays out the plan in a hour-long segment guest-hosting InfoWars.
For his source, he turns to the book The Game of Nations: The Amorality of Power Politics, written in 1969 by CIA co-founder Miles Copeland Jr. Stationed in London, Copeland joined the Corps of Intelligence Police, which later evolved to become part of the CIA.
His sphere of activity encompassed much of the Middle East, from Iraq and Syria to Egypt. His book tells of his relationship with Gamal Abdel Nassar, who had overthrown King Farouk and became the leader of Egypt.
Copeland was originally born in Alabama and fashioned himself as a jazz musician. His three sons all became more heavily involved with music, including Stewart Copeland, drummer of the band The Police; Ian Copeland, who helped launch the New Wave movement; and Miles Copeland III, founder of the I.R.S. recording label, who managed such acts as The Bangles, The Go-Gos, the Dead Kennedys and R.E.M.