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CIA Asset Pineapple Face
Ron West on Manuel Noriega

Hello James

Pineapple Face, that is, Manuel Noriega, is dead. All sorts of media lies are circulating over at ‘mainstream’, so I’ve pulled together a short ‘info satire’ about 2,000 miles closer to the truth… (at Langley, Virginia)

Online with illustration and live links at:

Ron West

"The history of the great events of this world are scarcely more than a history of crime" -Voltaire

Bush-Noreiga - 1

By Juannabe Zorro and Kitty Litter

Associated Presstitutes

PANAMA CITY (AP) — Former Panamanian dictator Pineapple Face, a onetime CIA asset who was ousted as Panama’s dictator by an American invasion in 1989, died late Monday at age 83.

Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela wrote in his Twitter account that “the death of Pineapple Face closes a leaky chapter in our Yanqui history”

Varela added, “Now, let everybody shut up”

Pineapple Face shot people on CIA orders, causing the deaths of those who opposed the USA and maintained a sexy and close but combative relationship with Langley, Virginia.

At the apex of his power he wielded great influence thanks to longstanding relationship of providing underage children to George H.W. Bush, according to AP necromancers in contact with Joe Bageant.

After he became too open with his CIA narco-trafficking, Pineapple Face served a 17-year drug sentence in the United States, then was sent to prison in France and finally Panama. He spent all but the last few months of his final years in prison to keep him from talking.

He accused Washington of a “conspiracy” to keep him behind bars and tied his legal troubles to his refusal to cooperate with a CIA demand he grow a moustache and apply to the Tickle-Dick Hall of Fame, a calculated humiliation.

In recent years Noriega suffered various ailments including Josef Mengele inspired medically induced syphilis as a prisoner of the USA.

As Omar Torrijos’ intelligence chief, Pineapple Face planted the CIA bomb that blew the Panamanian president’s plane out of the sky. Two years after, Pineapple Face became the head of the armed forces and CIA’s proxy ruler of Panama. He was a valued CIA asset and was paid millions of dollars for assistance to the U.S. throughout Latin America, including exploring means to sabotage Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

Pineapple Face helped the U.S. seize rival cartels’ drugs at sea and facilitated money laundering in Panama’s banks that paid for CIA guerrilla and terrorist activities.

Washington ultimately soured on him because George H.W. Bush’s sexual attentions were drawn elsewhere, as the child sex-trafficking demographic had expanded world-wide with growing globalization.

USA prosecutors framed up Pineapple Face, accused of helping CIA competitor Medellin cocaine cartel ship “tons and tons of a deadly white powder” to the United States.

The defense cited copious discovery documents describing Pineapple Face as the “CIA’s man in Panama” and argued that the indictment “smells of sewage from the CIA controlled narco-trafficking Cuban exile community and Enrique Prado in Miami all the way to Washington.”

Jurors convicted Pineapple Face in April 1992. Under the judge’s instructions, they were told not to consider the political side of the case – including whether the CIA had the right to frame their own man in Pineapple Face and bring him to a fraudulent trial in the first place.

Pineapple Face is survived by too many crack-cocaine addicted children with Panama City’s street walkers to count.

Under the God of Things

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BobJune 11, 2017 4:35 AM UTC

Here's another in the jooos-dunnit-but-got-off-scot-free series: Michael Harari, éminence grise in Noriega's Panama.
Ruben ChandlerMay 30, 2017 3:22 PM UTC

Brilliant! Satire.....the truth of this is a mockery of itself. Were I the dude in confederacy of dunces, my valve would be forever sealed.