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wall, which we must outflink by attacking the entire problem from a different direction., in general/.] understanding that the NAG network is merely a bit of Kifesbn-style puppeterring by regular CIA "hard Types" in the background, what we ought to mean by the NAG network is the mass of eminently detectable petit-bourgeois CIA-LEAA "stringers" immediately inbolved . in directing and coordinating the activities of the three self-identified layers of the NBw Alternatives Group.. .
At the bottom,that is x< among the self-identified associates of Dillon and Castle, the New Alternatives Group as a collection of poor zombies, recruited to a classical Kitson-st^fre countergang operation, more or less exactly modelled on them Major Kitson's faked Mau'Mau gangs of the Kenyan operation. These individuals have the same sfcddential relationship to the Labor Committees as the Biack Liberation Army has to the former Blafcfe Panther Par^y; they are either victims of outright brainwashing or cases of acute paranoid schizphrenia or manic-depressive breakdowns who have been targetted for use along with the synthetic zombies of the Dillon, Berl type. This is the smallest part of the entire "left cover" NAG network.
There are three other known levels of operation, that is individuals who perform a supervisory role in directing the tiny NAG froup or in therrrecruitment and intake of new NAG zombies. There are *two sedentary classifications, involving fujbly conscious and wilful CIA operatives. On the lowest level of these twsr levels, we have the exemplary case of Mike and Heiene, Mike is employed as a minor executive at a computer firm, where (according to his own information) his duties include writing a "history,of the Labor Committees." Mike uses his apartment as an overt "safe house" from which the "left cover" operfetdons of the New York City,region are coordinated, and throught which orders are transmitted to the various lower-level agents and dupes either resident here or passing throught. Mikes operation as a means for a&oizlding unnecessary risk of detection for themselves.
The highest level of sedentary types in the "left cover" aspect of these operations is typified by CIA operatives using a faculty position as a cover ( usually in political science, philosophy, sociology, psychology, religion, or Russian language* steadies) . Although these include persons at leading universities, most of.the more frequent contact between these CIA operatives and other agents involves faculty members using the coveu: oŁ smaller shcools, such as Vermont's Goddard College. The several reasons .fro that pattern are too obvious to require explication. These academic operatives act as controllers of the NAG network's "left cover" activities and also play a more relativeIf visibfte role in the recruitment process. This layer represents the stone wall beyond which present direct investigations of the NAG network have to be superceded by investigations mafle from the opposite direction.
The sedentary operatives act through an assortmant of "travellers," who vary from witling agents to zombies upgraded to these duties, Kangas is typical of this type, asis Loren