Still reading up on Libya.
The brigade the CIA is pointing fingers at for the attack on the consulate is a US proxy fighting group, as far as I can tell. This group fought to overthrow and murder Gadaffi on behalf of US/NATO. The group I am speaking of is Ansar al-Sharia and it's leader has been making the mainstream media rounds in the West, oddly enough?
Then we allegedly have Libyan citizens storming Ansar Al Sharia's base and demanding "Libya" "Libya" and "No more Alquaeda"
"Rally participants paid tribute to US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the other Americans killed in the assault on the US consulate in Benghazi. Ansar al-Sharia has been accused of involvement in the September 11th attack.
“Libya lost a friend,” read one banner carried by protestors. “We want justice for Stevens,” said another."
This story of the storming of Ansar Al Sharia's base, I don't know, did it really take place?
The whole story sounds so contrived.
According to this article Libyans believe the US is behind Alqueda
"“People here don’t believe that Al Qaeda is this huge scary thing that is moving everywhere and behind everything in the whole world. They think that is American propaganda.”
In amongst all the confusing and contradictory information, that is difficult to sort through, I am left wondering if the agenda here is simply "muddying the waters" in order to put people onto the wrong path or misdirect them?
Egypt, while the tool Mursi is away: “Shadowy Militants” “Peace agreements needing to be addressed”
Much meme planting. Warming up for that military intervention that has been previously mentioned here, on several occasions.
Egyptian official threatens Israel over Sinai
“The unnamed official warned Israel against trying to provoke Egypt adding that the country's military command is handling the issue "with wisdom and calmness." He noted that Egyptian military is following the recent developments on the border including "Israeli threats" to initiate a military operation in Sinai.”
“The unnamed official”. Suspicious? Oh yah. Is Israel creating a narrative of a threat from Egypt that will necessitate pre-emptive action? Same as the one being created and reinforced regarding Iran?
It's a possibility
Israel tells Egypt to keep troops out of Sinai
Another one that reeks of narrative creation. Another one quoting some unnamed official
“ an adviser to Mohammed Morsi, the Egyptian president, said it was "a matter of time" before the pact is changed to bolster Egypt's control over the Sinai peninsula, which borders Israel.”
What adviser? What did he say, exactly? The words “a matter of time” indicate nothing to the reader of how these words were being used, or in what context. Only Israeli media spin is providing the context.
This is worrying- Israeli defense chief proposes West Bank pullout if peace talks remain stalled
Israel pulling settlers out of the West Bank, would only make sense in the context of plans to attack the area
Particularly important if the 1979 peace treaty goes the way of the wind.
That so called “Peace” accord looks as if it could be headed to the curb. Israel will be the biggest beneficiary of that action. No Palestinian state and taking back the Sinai. Win/win.
Turkey - Growing Public Discontent sees Erdogan fall in opinion polls
Public approval of the Turkish government’s foreign policy has reached its lowest point – a mere 18 percent – in the past decade.
Might this explain the news link left by anonymous?
Turkey and Saudi Arabia (from the article noting Erdogans rock bottom approval rating-Five chiefs of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s security detail have been removed from their posts in an effort to avoid any security weakness, daily Hürriyet reported today.Four police commissioners were also appointed to different police departments as a part of the security operation.Four bodyguard teams in Ankara and one in Istanbul will be completely replaced by new officers soon, reports said.The training of newly appointed bodyguards is reportedly continuing.
Encouraged by the U.S.,(to meddle in Syria) as well as Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which have together invested massively in Turkey since the AKP came to power in 2002 and have pledged to invest more than 12 billion dollars more this year.
I wonder what kind of investments are being referenced? Perhaps these?
Saudi millions and special forces expertise train mercenaries to destroy Syria
The men, who use the code names Radwan and Mohammed, come from Scandinavia, but have requested that the country not be disclosed.
Though they refused to speak, saying only that they were “here to help”, recruits in the Free Syrian Army told this newspaper that the men were ex-special forces working as military advisers.
Yes, the Scandanavian's are "here to help". The question is who exactly are they helping?
Continuing on with the influx of foreign mercenaries ready to terrorize Syrians-
How much are these foreign fighters/mercs costing? "The foreign mercenary fighters joining the war against Bashar al-Assad"
It's the Guardian, so you gotta expect the NATO narrative to be promoted in the headline despite the content disconnect
"It was enough for Abu Omar al-Chechen. His ragtag band of foreign fighters, known as "muhajiroun brothers", was huddled in the doorway of a burned-out apartment building in the university district of Aleppo. One of the brothers – a Turk – lay dead in the road around the corner and a second brother lay next to him, badly wounded and unable to move. They had been unable to rescue him because of the sniper.
“Hundreds” you gotta love that spin. How many “hundreds”? 20 hundreds. 30 hundreds? 100 hundreds?
Abu Omar gave an order in Arabic, which was translated into a babble of different languages – Chechen, Tajik, Turkish, French, Saudi dialect, Urdu – and the men retreated in orderly single file, picking their way between piles of smouldering rubbish and twisted plastic bottles toward a house behind the front line where other fighters had gathered.
Hundreds of international fighters have flocked to Syria to join the war "
Of course the NATO news, whether it is in the UK/US or Canada isn’t going to report that the actual numbers of foreign fighters is easily in the 10's of thousands. Yes, that is right the tens of thousands.
There has been a steady stream of fighters flowing over the Syrian borders for many, many months now.
In fact for approximately a year and a half now, fighters have poured into Syria through Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon. They have been shipped in from just about every where you can imagine! Pakistan. Chechnya. Libya. The US special ops and CIA agents. Turkish troops/Israeli/French/British/Jordanians special ops. This destabilization has cost untold multiple billions of dollars. Yet, the Guardian would have you believe there are only “hundreds” of foreign fighters. The Guardian would play you for a fool if you believe that rubbish.
Let's not kid ourselves, or be fooled by the NATO media all of these fighters are Mercs, every last one of them. NATO mercs. As has been covered incessantly here.
The FSA and all the other batallions are foreign mercenaries. Bought and paid for by NATO, for the most part. One can imagine all the ways the money is acquired to pay these ruthless killers. If you can’t, let me suggest some possibilities. Drugs. Humans. Organs. All trafficked through certain NATO protected/occupied nations. Just off the top of my head Afghanistan, Kosovo and Israel. If anyone else can think of any other nations involved in these highly profitable trades feel free to leave a comment. All money laundered through the big bankster operations as has been mentioned on two occasions at this blog
Two more bits of news left by an anonymous commenter Spy Rocks, seriously?!
One blown up in Iran.
"A spy device camouflaged as a rock exploded when it came into contact with Iranian troops near an underground nuclear enrichment plant, The Sunday Times reported this week.
Last month, Revolutionary Guards at the Fordo nuclear facility, near the northern city of Qom, came across the rock and attempted to move it, according to sources who spoke to the newspaper.
In Russia: A lump of rock, a sophisticated spying device, and an embassy left red-facedThe guards, who had been on patrol to check terminals connecting data and telephone links to the site, reportedly witnessed the disguised spy device exploding when they came into contact with it"
Devices like the "rock" have been used in intelligence gathering to send encrypted messages for several years, although it remains unclear why agents should have chosen a Moscow street for their alleged spying operation.
An FSB official told the programme that one of the diplomats identified by Russian authorities had been authorising payments to Russian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) including civil rights activists. The programme claimed to reveal a document which it suggested was an authorisation for the transfer of £23,000 to the Moscow Helsinki Group, a leading human rights organisation which has been a persistent critic of President Vladimir Putin's government.