Caspar Weinberger

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(deep state operative)
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BornCaspar Willard Weinberger
1917-08-18
San Francisco, California, U.S.
Died2006-03-28 (Age 88)
Bangor, Maine, U.S.
Alma materHarvard University
ReligionEpiscopalianism
Children2
SpouseJane Dalton
Member ofAmerican Committee for Peace in Chechnya/Members, Council on Foreign Relations/Historical Members, Phi Beta Kappa, Trilateral Commission, US/Deep state
PartyRepublican

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In office
January 21, 1981 - November 23, 1987
Preceded byHarold Brown
Succeeded byFrank Carlucci

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In office
February 12, 1973 - August 8, 1975

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In office
June 12, 1972 - February 1, 1973
Preceded byGeorge Shultz

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In office
December 31, 1969 - August 6, 1970

Caspar Willard Weinberger was a US Deep state operative.

"Iran Contra"

Full article: Iran Contra

Yes. Weinberger faced four felony charges,[1] but was pardoned by George H. W. Bush.[2]

False flag Submarines in Sweden

In the 1980s, there were several hundred sightings of unknown submarines in Sweden. The Soviet Union got blamed, and the number of Swedes perceiving the USSR as a threat skyrocketed from 23% to 84%. The incursions were a major embarrassment to the Swedish Social Democrat government under Olof Palme, who had pushed for detente in Europe.

In a later interview, Caspar Weinberger, US Secretary of Defense in the 1980s, freely admitted[3] "there was no testing of the Swedish defenses without prior consultation with the Swedes. You are speaking of an agreement." The Swedish military had kept the vital information of this agreement from its own government - a brilliant false flag psy-ops, where the Swedish government got discredited and the Soviet Union painted as a threat.

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