By Mikhail Kryzhanovsky
The writer, who cites many years of insider wisdom on the KGB and the CIA, says he initially compiled this publication upon a request from Washington D.C. Now his instruction manual is being released, with further chapters for the good thing about the wider public, in order that applicants for lesser places of work or even mere electorate can study from his insightful de-construction of the cynical strength performs during which the area is governed today.Here is the booklet the President of the USA turns to the 1st day he steps in the course of the door to the Oval place of work and closes basically as he walks out for the final time. actually, the techniques and frame of mind suggested in those pages are crucial instruments for taking pictures the Presidency, less wielding it.The writer swears it s no longer a parody - and certainly, whether it is, then existence imitates paintings, for the foreign scene at the present time is both a madhouse or the made of terribly cynical ideas akin to those, utilized with chilly crafty, via our kingdom s leaders. that is it? possibly the subsequent election will inform. it is a ebook on sensible political technological know-how and espionage. A rational, results-based guide, it's destined to be a mystery favourite of politicians, designated prone brokers, CEOs and company forums for the subsequent hundred years.
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Withhold information from Congress and the public deemed potentially sensitive to national security. • Monitor and censor communications between United States and other nations. • Require foreign representatives to register with US government. • The President also has the authority to declare states of emergency in areas of the country hit by hurricanes, floods, earthquakes or other natural disasters, and to use this to enhance his power or public image. 35 CHAPTER 3. ” — Senator Barry Goldwater.
Get a table in the West Wing. They are nobody if they are stuck in the White House basement and see the President by appointment only. • Before they send a document to the President they have to look at it a hundred times and ask themselves if it’s too immoral or too radical. • They never say “no” aloud to anybody. • They remain anonymous and have to put up with conflicts. • They never bring bad news to the President — let it be somebody else. • They never say “That’s impossible,” no matter what the President is asking them to do.
They look at: • • • • a very detailed biography personal needs, interests, philosophy political views intelligence, will-power, character, abilities 24 Chapter 1. Controlling the White House • • • • • • • behavior in crisis situations compromising facts and possible methods of influence personal, political and big business VIP connections financial situation administration and team political opposition and the President Congress and the President 25 CHAPTER 2. DOMESTIC POLICY You can’t separate domestic and foreign policies because they are married to the same ugly guy — the budget deficit.
White House Special Handbook, or How to Rule the World in the 21st Century by Mikhail Kryzhanovsky