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What Is The Meaning and Utility of The Secret Security Services, Really?

In the so-called age of ”Global War On Terror” and the Media-Spins, we have never been further away from the old ”fascination” and discussions of what it is, really, that sect, known to us as the secret security services, especially when applied to our ‘democratic’ western states?

Away from all the usual crappers of the societal daily dosages of oblivious, and ignorance, if we really examine the facts, what can be seen (literally, that is visible), the truth of what these sects are, can never hid, even with titanic of efforts, as the old wise African say goes (and supported by ‘science’, in the fashion of the modern shamans, the psychologists and mind-experts), ”in a child you will find the tomorrow adult, in the adult you will still find the yesterdays child” (my use of words) from the truth of their nature. What this means is that, no one can hide perfectly ones nature and properties of character from others (if it exists, it is observable, the old scientific dictum), hence, we see, what these secret security services for what they really are—- SECRET POLICE/STATES ARM OF TERROR.


Now, let me introduce to you all a Swiss resistance fighter, patriot and a great soldier, with experiences and intimate knowledge of both the ”democratic” and ”non-democratic” secret police arms, in functions and characteristics, Major Hans Von Dach (Bern), the author of the great work, Total Resistance.

Monsieur Maj. Dach & The characteristics of the Secret Security Services:

He writes;

” Actually, the state security services is less a police organisation than a terror organisation”.


m-o-n-j-o-u-r!!! (I am trying to do Hercule Poirot ‘sarcastic surprise’).

The Major goes on, adding;

”The state security services exist less on effective results than on a reputation of terror”.


Oh, My, to think about it…. But nevertheless, we have already tackled this way way before, as I stated, these organisations are useless and their only use is that of putting fear into the hearts of those they claim to protect for the ventured interests of the few (whom ever can pay them anything more, hence, during the so-called Cold War age, each side saw defections enticed by who pays more, to the present!)

Anyway back to the Major, as he continues, by saying;

”The Secret Security Services is not bond by firm rules and laws. In contrast to the normal police it has no intentions of acting in a preventive capacity by its mere presence or to find culprits, if necessary, but rather it operates on the principle that ”to prevent is better than to heal”, meaning, each person who might become a potential enemy is liquidated now as a preventive measure, in many cases even before he has committed himself against the powers of being. For this reason entire sections of the population or professional groups rather than just specific individuals are systematically exterminated”


You said it, Major. Hence, when I hear idealist fools arguing about the righteousness or not of torture and anything that looks like ”interfering with the usual culture of these actors” I just laugh out aloud, because only fools care, and those who knows, knows not to care, as in the end, the culture of torture, secret sales of arms, or training, or regime changes, or support of tyrants or surveillance of citizens, or terrorisation of sections of population at home and away, all these will continue as long as these organisation (embedded deep into our psyche as important part of our security and existence, heil!) exist, so will these; and no pen-pushing, day-dreaming, beer-belging fool, can change these, only in their fantasy world, in reality these will continue, hurrah to criminality (and they lock up 11yrs old kids for ‘stealing’ a rubbish bin from a shopping mall—blimey, what a world!!!!!!).

Anyway, lets close up with our Major final words, and he says;

”The culture of distrust is not caused by the professional as such, but is part of the system”,


He is getting into the psyche of what makes these terror groups exist only through terror, as continues;

No official can deviate from the line. Each must surpass automatically his colleagues in ”cruelty”, ”loyalty to the system” and ”hate towards the enemy”. As a result, he adds, everyone is watching each other”


By George, Just Beautiful. I am not going to ruin this with further ”explanation”.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is what it is, that is secret security services, in simple words, state-sponsored terrorism.

Thank You.


About s.s.salim: Geopolitical Analyst

Political & Strategy Defence & Security Intelligence & Communications


8 thoughts on “What Is The Meaning and Utility of The Secret Security Services, Really?

  1. I agree SS Salem but what is the answer to this problem? I with there were a world political forum for induviduals like you and I to become friends with the highest priority being peace and prosperity in the Middle East…. Is their an organization all ready out there to join? Are we limited to only Forums like Linked In?

    Posted by Anonymous | September 10, 2011, 2:52 pm
    • Hi, Anonymous.

      First, I am off LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and only remaining visible through this site, and soon I will be using multiple proxies, trying to treat these as ‘academic and intellectual forum of exchange in ideas’ but there just empty, with ”self-serving’ ‘professionals’ desperate for ‘works’.

      Second, there are organisations out there, and if one does not exist, start one, ‘victory starts through minor battles’.

      Keep reading, and Thanks for Your Support.

      Posted by s.s.salem: Independent specialist | September 10, 2011, 4:15 pm
  2. I don’t think he’s saying “mon jour”, which would be “my day”, but rather “mon dieux” (dee-eew), which means “my God”, which is a common French expression.

    Posted by David Navarre | September 14, 2011, 8:35 pm
  3. So, despite speaking French and knowing the meaning, you thought he would say something as utterly meaningless as “my day” in surprise? Rather surprising.

    Posted by David Navarre | September 15, 2011, 1:29 pm


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