Rayelan bases her relevance as an expert on the CIA and other esoteria to her marriage to Gunther Russbacher, who appears to have been a CIA operative.
Notice that nothing Rayelan ever says about the CIA and her fantasy of 'two factions' ever brings any clarity to the muddy waters created by the CIA, and America's merged security agencies, to light.
Here is a list of books you should read if you want the real story about how the CIA operates. Start with Mary's Mosaic – The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and their vision for world peace.” The book was written by Peter Janney, the son of a Senior CIA Officer who was there at the time the Agency was founded as a replacement to the OSS at the end of World War II. Janney, who I just talked to, is about to issue the third edition of the book, which has added another full chapter.
Every author listed below put their life on the line to make the truth available. This is not true of Rayelan, who is only making a nice living for herself working as a disinformation agent for the CIA.
The book reads like a murder mystery but is entirely factual. What you need is facts and an end to the self-aggrandizing fantasy life of Rayelan Allan, AKA Darlene Rae Smith of Crows Landing, California.
Other books which you should read are:
Presidential Puppetry, by Andrew Kreig
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins
A Terrible Mistake, by Hank Alberelli
Imperial San Francisco, by Gray Brechin