Thursday, September 13, 2012

Could Libyan embassy attack be an election game changer?

Following up on yesterday's post-

Ambassador Stevens & Gadaffi- Did they meet the same fate? Psyop film & Egypt!

Interesting read- CBC

The attacks on the American embassies in Egypt and Libya have jolted the U.S. presidential campaign, as foreign policy, which had been mostly neglected, has suddenly become a major focus.

Whether it remains a key issue over the next couple of months remains to be seen, but if events continue to unfold in the Middle East, they could have political ramifications for the November election, analysts say.

"This could become a new defining moment for the campaign or it could fade away in a week," Larry Sabato, professor of politics and director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, told CBC News.
"I'm old enough to remember when the Iranian hostages were seized. Most of the commentary at the time suggested it would be resolved very quickly. I remember those stories: 'This is going to be resolved in a matter of days,' Yep, 444 of them."

Stuart Rothenberg, editor and publisher of the Rothenberg Political Report, told CBC News that, at least in the short term, the attacks could boost support for U.S. President Barack Obama.

"There’s a rally-around-the-flag effect where people tend to be supportive of the president as our national figurehead," Rothenberg said. "The immediate reaction is, 'Well, I'm going to stick with my president.,"
Rothenberg added that the events give Obama, who does have foreign policy experience, an opportunity to talk about his national security record. As well, the attacks take the focus away from dismal job numbers.

But Rothenberg said Obama could run into trouble if the crisis continues over a period of weeks or months. "If the situation deteriorates, and suddenly there are questions raised about his effectiveness and his toughness, and his success in the international area, then he could have a problem."
War of words between Obama and at link
 More important is this:

The impact of the embassy attacks on the election may also depend on who really is responsible. There are reports that the attacks may have been a co-ordinated strike by al-Qaeda groups. If that is the case, Obama could respond militarily, which would boost his support as the country rallies behind him.

"If it turns out that they can trace the targeted attack on [U.S. Ambassador] Chris Stevens to a jihadi camp or an organization, (or a country?) they will respond, probably with airstrikes," Aaron David Miller, a scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, told CBC News.

Miller said Americans would rally behind the president, giving him huge support, and boosting his presidential image.

"Running for president from a campaign bus in Iowa is one thing. Running for president from the White House with all the perks, the stage, the theatrics is quite another," Miller said.
A question?  What country (Israel) is pushing hard for airstrikes on what nation (Iran) 
Keep that thought in mind


  1. Either way, it is clear that the CIA and US govt deliberately planned, financed and caused these "uprisings" in Bgypt and Libya, so they are now getting the predicatable results - and as you watch their false outrage in media, just remember how unlikely it is that they would be surprised by such predictable results - i.e., putting the radical Muslim Brotherhood in charge of Egypt and even more radical al-Qaeda criminals in charge of Libya - how could any of these Jihadi outbursts come as a surprise??

    Ane answer is: these are not surprising at all, they are in fact the desired results of these coup d'etats - these are the fruits of their labours, quite obviously.

    But, why???

    And now, with these same radical Jihadists criminal terrorists now actively murdering innocent Syrian civilians, how can any reasonable person not question WHY these rich elitists nations want to turn the middle east into a radical civil war, with the Empire funding both sides?

    Sound familiar?

    1. "Either way, it is clear that the CIA and US govt deliberately planned, financed and caused these "uprisings" in Bgypt and Libya"

      As Glenn Greenwald pointed out:


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      An injured Egyptian protester looks on during clashes with riot police near the US embassy in Cairo.
      An injured Egyptian protester looks on during clashes with riot police near the US embassy in Cairo. Photograph: Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images

      One prominent strain shaping American reaction to the protests in the Muslim world is bafflement, and even anger, that those Muslims are not more grateful to the US. After all, goes this thinking, the US bestowed them with the gifts of freedom and democracy – the very rights they are now exercising – so how could they possibly be anything other than thankful? Under this worldview, it is especially confounding that the US, their savior and freedom-provider, would be the target of their rage.

      On Wednesday, USA Today published an article with the headline "After attacks in Egypt and Libya, USA Today asks: Why?" The paper appeared to tell its readers that it was the US that freed the Egyptian people from tyranny:

      "Attacks in Libya that left four US diplomats dead – including Ambassador Christopher Stevens – and a mob invasion of the US Embassy in Cairo, in which the US flag was torn to shreds, have left many to wonder: How can people the USA helped free from murderous dictators treat it in such a way?"

      Did you know that the "USA helped free" Egyptians from their murderous dictator? On Thursday night, NBC News published a nine-minute report on Brian Williams' "Rock Center" program featuring its foreign correspondent, Richard Engel, reporting on the demonstrations in Cairo, which sounded exactly the same theme. Standing in front of protesting Egyptians in Tahrir Square, Engel informed viewers that this was all so very baffling because it was taking place "in Cairo, where the US turned its back on its old friend Hosni Mubarak", and then added:

      "It is somewhat ironic with American diplomats inside the embassy who helped to give these demonstrators, these protesters, a voice, and allowed them to actually carry out these anti-American clashes that we're seeing right now."

      That it was the US who freed Egyptians and "allowed them" the right to protest would undoubtedly come as a great surprise to many Egyptians. That is the case even beyond the decades of arming, funding and general support from the US for their hated dictator (to his credit, Engel including a snippet of an interview with Tariq Ramadan pointing out that the US long supported the region's dictators).

      Beyond the long-term US support for Mubarak, Egyptians would likely find it difficult to reconcile Engel's claim that the US freed them with the "made in USA" logos on the tear gas cannisters used against them by Mubarak's security forces; or with Hillary Clinton's touching 2009 declaration that "I really consider President and Mrs Mubarak to be friends of my family"; or with Obama's support for Mubarak up until the very last minute when his downfall became inevitable; or with the fact that the Obama administration plan was to engineer the ascension of the loathed, US-loyal torturer Omar Suleiman as Mubarak's replacement in the name of "stability".

  2. "just remember how unlikely it is that they would be surprised by such predictable results "

    Your right LVB, how is it they could be surprised?
    They certainly shouldn't be.
    Hillary was gloating when her hired hands, mercs, killed Gaddafi, why the surprise now?
    Yes, it sounds familiar

    Remember these are the 'good guys' in Syria in the sick world of Hillary Clinton and her ilk

  3. Now Yemen is playing the storm the embassy game. Much like the Arab spring, an established meme plays out in numerous nations on que.

    This one is being spun as 'crazy Arabs angry at a film kill and go insane en masse.'
    The demonization of Arabs is always good for NATO & pals.
    I also see a tenuous link between fascist pigs Kenny and Harper closing our Iranian embassy and this new storm the embassy will make them look good and competent (retch!, gag, puke) in the eyes of law and order Canadians.

    It also may be that the wise strategy of Assad to resist the NATO campaign of treachery has finally resulted in NATO changing tack.
    It could be that the wonderful lovely humanitarian Obama war to save babies and women card has been overplayed and will not fly on Syria.
    So now, an ugly bomb the crap out of em, Bush style (Romney style) revenge war on Iran and Syria may be the new NATO plan.
    Perhaps that might involve Obama playing Jimmy Carter and giving the ball to Romney. Either way the same gang stays in control and the wars continue.
    I see a whole lot of the typical Democratic party web sites attempting to con their people into believing that Obama fights with Israel, opposes them and offers significant differences in dealing with them than Romney Republicans do.
    I believe this is another use of the lesser of two evils con that has been running for decades. Desperate attempts to maintain the illusion of choice and actual differences between two parties or factions in the USA are becoming more transparent and pathetic.

    Good reporting on all of this stuff Penny.

    1. Good comment and thanks
      I like the meme mention and reinforcement
      You get it! :)

  4. Analysts said a difficult first step in implementing a no-fly zone would be to destroy the Syrian government’s air defense systems.

  5. Hi Penny

    Before I go away again I thought Id say a few words re the Libya embassy attacks, something bothers me, I cant put my finger on it but false flag, inside job, some form of "professional military/covert government/ mercenary paid to order group is involved.
    All I have to go ion is it was all too neat quick effective and how they held off the retaking of the embassy for what 3 hours. What were they after? what did they get? t will all come out in the coming days I'm sure and ill read about it once I return.

    As an information piece I'll leave you with this from Tom Engelhardt over at ICH
    Washington may be mobilized for permanent war. Special operations forces may be operating in up to 120 countries. Drone bases may be proliferating across the planet. We may be building up forces in the Persian Gulf and “pivoting” to Asia. Warrior corporations and rent-a-gun mercenary outfits have mobilized on the country’s disparate battlefronts to profit from the increasingly privatized twenty-first-century American version of war. The American people, however, are demobilized and detached from the wars, interventions, operations, and other military activities done in their name. As a result, 200 Marines in Guatemala, almost 78% of global weapons sales, drones flying surveillance from Australia -- no one here notices; no one here cares.

    War: it’s what we do the most and attend to the least. It’s a nasty combination.
    end snip



    1. Thanks KamNam
      be sure to pop back by when you can :)

    2. I agree all this does not pass my sniff test. This is very similar to the Koran burning episodes we saw by the Florida preacher and when the Afghan workers supposedly stumbled upon half incinerated Korans at the U.S. base.

      I assume these attacks are not legitimate "blowback" like the fake alternative media and liberals and fake anti war people are telling us. I bet the attacks are planned by the West. These are our false flag attacks folks! Funny how everyone was looking for a false flag attack but when it arrives they are fooled by the usual suspects.

      I think my previous description about the propaganda purposes from the Afghanistan psy operation fits the current operations as well:

      Here are the main objectives of this sick operation:

      1. Propaganda aimed at the American people to distract them from the reality that their military is killing children on a massive scale for no reason [the U.S. had just killed a bunch of children shortly before the psy op] . Americans are being told to focus on the rioting, which they are told is the result of silly religious superstition and not legitimate grievances.

      2. Propaganda aimed at the Afghani people. They are shown that all resistance is futile. If they complain about the brutal murder of their children America will pretend not to hear this complaint and will instead pretend that the Afghanis only have the book burning to be upset by.

      3. It’s something that divides the two parties. The Republicans can act like Obama is “soft” for apologizing (even if it was a fake apology meant to fuck with Afghan heads), whereas the Democrats will pretend that they are the compassionate ones that want to treat the Afghanis with respect.

      4. AN EXCUSE TO PROLONG THE WAR. The natives are rioting so the U.S. can’t leave these savages to themselves. They will evidently tear themselves up, or something, so the U.S. needs to supervise. Wow, these fascists are devious to use this as an excuse.

    3. WWM: not only is this a rehash of the Koran burning incident, there is even a connection, I kid you not!

      The connection virtually guarantees this movie clip promoted by the two psy operatives was sanctioned by the US state department despite Hillary's claim to the otherwise

      "On Wednesday, a source said that a top U.S. military official contacted Jones and urged him to stop supporting the film"

      This is the exact scenario that played out with the Koran burning psyop!!!!

      My oh my what short memories the ptb's count on people having..

      and hold on to your hat WWM

      this so called Pastor is a total scam
      a flim flam man
      from germany

      WWM et al

      I will remind you to go back and read 3 posts I did on this pastor--

      Burning Korans- Provocative Behaviour: The Illusion and Reality

      "An operation set up to give the US government and top brass in the military the opportunity to present themselves as moral and taking the higher ground. As opposed to the way those Muslims allegedly conduct
      themselves? As opposed to reality."
      Ending with....

      "There holier then thou, concern over some Korans being burned in the US is all a show, as stated a psychological operation for and on the American audience. To manipulate the dumbed down into believing some moral or higher ground is being held by these so called leaders. It isn't!"

      2nd post

      Pastor Terry Jones: The messianic child porn possesor ?

      "The nutty pastor from florida seems to have some skeletons in his closet.
      Accused of Spiritual Abuse in Germany, he was ousted by his small congregation.

      In the United States, Jones has already attracted attention on several occasions as an Islamophobic provocateur. What is less well known is that the pastor led a charismatic evangelical church, the Christian Community of Cologne, in the western German city up until 2009. Last year, however, the members of the congregation kicked founder Jones out, because of his radicalism. One of the church's current leaders, Stephan Baar, also told the German news agency DPA that there had been suspicions of financial irregularities in the church surrounding Jones.

      A "climate of fear and control" had previously prevailed in the congregation, says one former member of the church who does not want to be named. Instead of free expression, "blind obedience" was demanded, he says.


    4. Part two of my lengthy comment response

      3rd post

      Pastor Terry Jones- Koran burning Psyop- with better then hoped for results

      "So the story, as I understand it, is Pastor Terry (provocateur) burnt the Koran and put it on You Tube, or streamed online, whichever. Makes no difference to the narrative.
      Pastor Terry put his little stunt on line enabling it to be soon by many world wide.
      Apparently this little stunt came to the attention of 3, just 3, Mullah's in Afghanistan?

      How did it come to their attention? Who brought it to their attention?

      It is fair to say the vast majority of people, who are on line, would not have noticed this stunt.
      Sure it would have had limited appeal to the teeny tiny congregation. Reported to be around 30 people. And perhaps the really hate filled type would have watched.
      But, other then that? Not appealing at all. There are no bouncing breasts or shaking booties.
      That's what gets the attention of the dumbed down.

      Therefore it is not just fair to ask, it is a must to ask, who brought this stunt to the attention of the mullah's in Afghanistan?"

      This posts deals with stats and costs associated with being on line in Afghanistan making these types of on line things no goes unless promoted by the troops or operatives on the ground

      As in Egypt
      As in Tunisia
      Staged psyops to justify and up the ante in the countries

    5. Great posts Penny.

      You're right, the official story of 3 imams in Afghanistan happening upon this webcast is not credible. Great job digging into the internet rates, etc.

      "With cafes charging $4 per hour and satellite phones costing around $2 per minute, the reality is that only a few can afford it in a country where the annual GDP per capita is $160!"

      Also, now that I'm more cynical (and I hope "awake"), I question all the assumptions and conventional wisdom I used to take for granted.

      How do we even know the Taliban banned the internet? Maybe the U.S./West was able to control their access to the internet and didn't allow it and then came up with this story. Who knows. Maybe half the shit we were told about the Taliban was wrong--it largely comes from places like the New York Times and Chris Hedges, etc., in other words, it's likely bullshit.

      Following the link from the "Rediff" article you link to in the 3rd post, I see this this article from August 31, 2001, that discusses the alleged internet ban in more detail and it reads much like the propaganda we are reading about Syria.

      They have a nice image of burly Taliban brutes stalking women outside their homes looking for illegal internet activity: "

      All is quiet outside. Asma peers intently at her computer screen. She types furiously, pauses, listens for a moment, then continues. Outside, a group of burly men walk the streets, slowly, pausing in front of each house as if to decide whether they ought to break in or not. Asma stops, and breathes slowly. Their footsteps fade away and she continues. For most of us the Internet is about emailing friends and sending a bunch of ecards. For Asma and her countrymen it's the only lifeline to the world outside. Their only means of telling us all that they too exist."

      Notice also there is NGO involved, "Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)," which is probably no different than the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. It also mentions reports from Reporters Sans Frontiers and Human Rights Watch.

      And of course my speculation that the Taliban didn't control the internet is backed up by the very Rediff story:

      Internet access is through Pakistani phone lines that cannot be controlled or censored by the Afghanistan government. Both private and corporate users are successfully circumventing the prohibition by logging on to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Pakistan or opposition-held Faisalabad. They have, till date, escaped the scrutiny of the religious police, which has warned of 'strict shariat punishments' towards offenders. Of course they have to admit this because snoopy people like Penny might be able to see that people in Afghanistan could use the internet.

      I bet that the July 13, 2001 statement by Taliban spokesman Mohammed Suhail Shaheen is bullshit. As you know, I suspect Twitter and Facebook are now being used to put words in the West's enemies' mouths. I think some news sources have been hijacked as well. Back in 2001, a fake press release and complicit media may have been all that was necessary to make it seem like a Taliban spokesman was saying something.

      Anyway, glad to see other people are recognizing these obviously fake psy operations.

    6. I know this is a bit of a tangent but I wanted to continue exploring the psychological operations that prepared us for war in Afghanistan because they are so similar to what we are seeing today. So I researched Mohammed Suhail Shaheen who is mentioned in the Indian media source "Rediff" I link to in the comment above. The Rediff article from August 31, 2001 states that Mohammed Suhail Shaheen was a Taliban "spokesman" and that he issued a "statement" regarding banning the internet: "(The move) was made out of concern that if there is no control over the obscene, immoral and illicit material over the Internet, it could have a negative impact on Afghans." Okay.

      Mohammed Suhail Shaheen is only mentioned in a few articles that I can see. In one AP article , of I think May 24, 2001 (it has an obviously incorrect date of 2009), he is described as the "deputy head of the Afghan Embassy in Pakistan." Other pages listing economic sanctions against Taliban individuals list him as "second secretary" of the Islamabad embassy, which was one of three countries to recognize the Taliban. The only other Google hit I get on his name is a result for bios of Afghanis that were to be involved in a "'moderate' Taliban 'Liaison Office' in Doha, Qatar" that was evidently going to help negotiate with the U.S./NATO this year. This list was first posted this January 2012 but it looks like its been updated and his name has been deleted for some reason but still shows up in the result page of Google.

      So this AP story from May 24, 2001, which appears to have run in local newspapers, is about the Taliban allegedly making the 500 or so Hindus in Afghanistan wear a yellow ribbon. Just like the NAZIs did with the Jews. Nice touch.

      Here is the U.S. House of Representatives condemning the Taliban and their use of the yellow ribbons and standing in solidarity with Afghani Hindus. Tom Lantos introduces Eliot Engel from New York and they encourage members to wear the yellow ribbons that day and he goes through the same laundry list of of wrongs that the May 24, 2001 AP article does:

      The Taliban provoked an international outcry in March by destroying ancient Buddha statues they said were forbidden by Islam. Last week, members of the religious police closed down an Italian-funded hospital used for treating civil-war victims and beat its staff, accusing it of violating Islamic law by allowing men and women to eat together.

      Earlier this week the Taliban closed four of six U.N. political offices in Afghanistan to protest international sanctions imposed because of the alleged sponsorship of terrorism.

      The Taliban stance is hardening while Afghanistan suffers one of the world's worst humanitarian crises. Drought and civil war have displaced hundreds of thousands of people in recent months. The United States last week announced a $43 million emergency aid package, saying 4 million people risked starvation.

      Seems like the usual game plan that we've seen over and over now. The Taliban are NAZIs, they are starving their people and need aid from drought (weather modification?), they hate women, they have religious police, they don't allow access to the internet, blah, blah, blah.

      Not much of a discussion of the Taliban's drug policies though.

    7. Oh, and Penny, good catch on the connection between our supposedly nutty pastor and the current psy op. Both the film producer and the pastor allegedly had legal trouble and could be informants, etc.

      My speculation about these things is that our psy operatives are very clever and created the legal trouble for these guys in the first place. I bet they were never in any real legal jeopardy but created a drama to pretend they were (btw, I also strongly suspect the same of Bradley Manning--that he is complicit and even his trial is fake--or that he will not have to serve any real time and will get a new identity--as may have happened with Tim McVeigh and other cases--maybe the doctor in the Michael Jackson case???).

      The motive for doing this is for a fall back cover story . . . the FBI or intelligence will "reluctantly" admit that they did hire these stooges but the stooges got a bit carried away. We've seen this excuse over and over and it's going to be the next cover story for 9/11 as well (the CIA/Mossad were watching some of these guys and even paying some of them but they got carried away).

  6. Hi Penny
    This is too much of a coincidence

    Someone is prying the lid off Pandora's box and to hell with the consequences.


    1. It is too much of a coincidence because it is not a coincidence. This is by design. This is how NATO world army is using the "war of terror" to destabilize and balkanize nations

      good article, thanks for leaving it. I am going to include it in a post

    2. woman suicide bomber was a convert to salafism....danger of religious conversion and salafism

    3. Penny,

      Good point. I think all these globalist mass media criminals should be labeled "Coincidence Theorists", and it up to ALL of us in the "blogosphere" to use this phrase over and over and over again, so that it will saturate, and eventually come into common use.

      Let them know how it feels to be labeled as something that is true in their case, since they have no hesitation in unfairly flinging the "conspiracy theorist" labels insults and attacks at far too many of us - us, who for the most part, put some serious time, effort and intelligent critical thought into the things we write and publish - which is a LOT more than anyone can honestly say about mainstream globalist mass media "journalists"; i.e., propaganda specialists and Soros' lapdogs.

      Coincidence Theorists - I think it has a nice ring to it!!! ;)

  7. penny

    Very plausible indeed. How are getting on with the Thirteenth Tribe? Inflaming the Muslims against the Copts is all part of the control of the desert religions.

    1. Hey hans, don't be disappointed, it's on the ereader but I haven't tackled it yet.

      Have had a hectic week this past week
      Spending to much time at the blog

  8. Replies
    1. Hm, they must be reading my mind!

      Recall I said in my post september 10?

      "The reporting on the Iranian embassy is either sensationalist journalism at it's most blatant and bizarre or someone is prepping a narrative."


    2. It is curious timing. There was no major incident that really justified it and they didn't even bother to lay the groundwork much.

      But I disagree with this analysis:

      After all, an Israeli attack on Iran, as plausible as the Zionists madness makes it, is hardly to be expected prior to the US elections are “over and done with” – meaning that the preprogrammed computing of US citizens minds has resulted in the installment of either the one or the other of the two globalists candidates into office and that the first effects of election campaign lies, broken promises and flip-flopping begin to set in.

      I now suspect all voting in most "democracies" is rigged. I don't see why we should just assume the "preprogrammed computing" is the 51/49 split we always seem to see between the two parties.

      Maybe they figure now is the time to introduce these things because Americans and other followers are hyped up from the electioneering? They probably figure now is the time to have culture wars because people are more tribal than usual. Donald Trump is out making offensive statements and riling up liberals, for e.g. While we are distracted yelling at Donald Trump they slip more important facts by us.

      Anyway, my 2 cents and thanks for bringing up the Canadian/Iranian diplomatic situation.

  9. 'Innocence of Muslims' is the Grand Guignol of the Islamophobes: viewing it is like reading the comments section of Pam Geller’s blog, or Robert Spencer’s JihadWatch. On a somewhat higher level, the excerpts we have seen resemble nothing so much as a dramatization of the “theories” of one Raphael Patai, a cultural anthropologist who averred in his 1973 book, The Arab Mind, that Arabs are peculiarly susceptible to sexual humiliation. As Seymour Hersh put it in his 2004 investigation into the horrors of Abu Ghraib:

    “The notion that Arabs are particularly vulnerable to sexual humiliation became a talking point among pro-war Washington conservatives in the months before the March, 2003, invasion of Iraq. One book that was frequently cited was The Arab Mind, a study of Arab culture and psychology, first published in 1973, by Raphael Patai, a cultural anthropologist who taught at, among other universities, Columbia and Princeton, and who died in 1996. The book includes a twenty-five-page chapter on Arabs and sex, depicting sex as a taboo vested with shame and repression. ‘The segregation of the sexes, the veiling of the women . . . and all the other minute rules that govern and restrict contact between men and women, have the effect of making sex a prime mental preoccupation in the Arab world,’ Patai wrote. Homosexual activity, ‘or any indication of homosexual leanings, as with all other expressions of sexuality, is never given any publicity. These are private affairs and remain in private.’ The Patai book, an academic told me, was ‘the bible of the neocons on Arab behavior.’ In their discussions, he said, two themes emerged —‘one, that Arabs only understand force and, two, that the biggest weakness of Arabs is shame and humiliation.’”

    Shame and humiliation — followed by murderous rage. Precisely the reaction that greeted the posting of Innocence of Muslims online and led to the deaths of four Americans, and the first such incident involving an American ambassador in quite some time. If someone was deliberately setting a fire in the Middle East, this was the fuel that would burn hottest.

  10. This is tangentially related but an interesting connection nevertheless.

    Was Michael Jackson's death faked and did it have any connection to these geopolitical psy ops that we see in the Middle East?

    Here's purported video proof that his death was faked.

    Notice that there is a rumour right off the bat the video is fake and that a German company, RTL, made the video.

    A few days later CNN reports this German production company did indeed fake the video and claimed to have sent out a press release before the video was released.

    Why didn't the SFGate blog mention the press release in its article a few days earlier? The writer was looking for a press release! He's no longer with the Chronicle/Hearst/SFGate it looks like either, maybe he was too much of a loose canon. Also notice the "update" to the blog post links to the alleged press release which was evidently in German originally and is now a dead link.

    Nah, looks like someone got caught in the act and came up with a cover story on the fly. But was this company really connected to the psy op? Why Germany?

    Anyway, other evidence also proves Jackson faked his death. His funeral picture was stolen from James Brown's funeral.

    Also, his Shirley Temple doll also provides some clues.

    I got all this from the best thread ever on the internet (!), and this particular comment. Funny seeing the connections between Jackie and Michael and her picture in front of the WTC and the possible connections between all these staged deaths and incidents.

    Was the Jackson staged death a trial run for the psy operatives working in Libya and Syria and beyond? Did they decide that shopping the funeral scene was stupid and is that why they paid for all the big wigs to come to Marie Colvin's funeral and came up with an excuse for why her body couldn't be shown?

    Also remember that Jackson's brother claimed Michael had a meeting in the WTC on 9/11 and overslept! Ha, must have been the sleeping pills.

    1. I don't want to give the wrong impression about the best thread in the history of the internet, linked in the comment above, by implying it's predominantly about Michael Jackson. It strays into that territory later in the thread (it would take you a week of reading to get there) after focusing on the JFK assassination and then the Mary Pinchot Meyer "murder" and then the "Paul is Dead" and Beatles stuff.

      Anyway, as a long-time JFK 'assassination' buff, that thread contains absolutely smoking gun evidence that JFK's assassination was staged. And it was in front of our eyes all along! Look at the blood evidence on Jackie's dress. She was supposedly sitting in a pool of blood for about ten minutes but doesn't have any blood on her fanny. Plus, the picture of the cop spraying something into the back seat of the limo is crazy (I think that's almost 30 pages into the thread)!

      Anyway, I now use people's reaction to "Let's Roll" in general, and the JFK thread in particular, as an indicator. For instance, I now am skeptical of Jim Fetzer because of his hostile attitude toward these theories, for e.g. here:

      Same thing with Willy Loman that Hans links to above. For instance, check out this post where "Willy" makes fun of someone who is trying to call him about the hollow towers theory, who I presume is Phil Jayhan (without mentioning his name--funny how people try really hard to ignore Phil).

      "willyloman, on February 22, 2011 at 5:00 pm said:

      actually… someone already beat you to the “no building” theory. a guy keeps calling me trying to tell me that the buildings were built hollow and that is why there was nothing found from inside them. There were no victims and the buildings were actually hollow."

      Also saw Willy making fun of the idea that many of the victims were faked or that CGI was used and there were media operations going on that day.

      I could be wrong (because I've been led astray before by false prophets), but Let's Roll has the best research on 9/11 (and other matters like the JFK 'assassination') and when I see people studiously avoiding it or slandering it (and Phil Jayhan) it raises huge red flags to me.

      I'm sorry I seem to be causing trouble for people by naming names and trying to sort out the frauds from the useful, but this effort is critical to anyone that wants to get closer to the truth.

      And as I write that I realize how silly it sounds . . . the 'truth.'

  11. Who needs an 'innocence of Muslims' movie!
    Said "this is the key to heaven" pointing at the bomb trigger as he was on his suicide bombing mission in #Syria #UK

    this is what makes them dangerous and useful tools for USrael

  12. SAMANDAG, Turkey — When the first families of Syrian war refugees straggled into the seaside city a few months ago, the locals offered a wary welcome.

    Last week, they kicked them all out.

    This ancient pilgrimage town in southern Turkey is populated by the Alawi, adherents of a heterodox offshoot of Shia Islam, who share their faith with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The Syrian leader has filled the upper ranks of his military, security services and feared Shabiha militia with his fellow Alawites.

    Although Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has thrown his support behind the Syrian rebels in their armed uprising against Assad, the Turkish street is revealing itself to be more divided about what is happening in Syria and along its borders.

    Many Turks are proud their government is giving a hand to those in need, but the main opposition leaders are warning that the country is being dragged into a sectarian conflict. The business community is also rattled.

    Here in the Hatay Province, where Turkey's small Alawite population is centered, critics of the government's role in the 18-month conflict next door are especially vocal.

    "We are sure there are foreign fighters here, all the extremists and all the terrorists," said Ali Yeral, a prominent religious leader of the Alawite sect in the southern Turkish city of Antakya. "They spend the day drinking tea, and at night they cross the border to kill our relatives" in Syria.

    Yeral and other Alawite activists repeat stories, impossible to verify and likely not even true, that nevertheless illustrate the level of animosity they feel about the 120,000 Syrians living in refugee camps and rented apartments in Turkey.

    "We have heard them say after they get finished with the government of Assad, they will come for us and cut our heads off," Yeral said. "They are Libyans, Saudis, Syrians. They are all terrorists. And they say to our girls, 'I will have you in my bed and your father's villa will be mine.' "

    1. William Booth of WaPo -- reporter you can trust. NOT.

      "Yeral and other Alawite activists repeat stories, impossible to verify and likely not even true, that nevertheless illustrate the level of animosity they feel about the 120,000 Syrians living in refugee camps and rented apartments in Turkey."

      His editorial opinion seems to invalidate everything he wrote. I mean, "likely not true"?? Okaaaay, then.

      Of course, Booth apparently has not heard of the chants from the insurgents about "Chrisitans to Beirut, Alawites to hell," eh?


  13. This poster claims that there have been a number of websites in Indiana that have been hacked and overlaid with Islamic messages:

    Also, this RT report (I'm suspicious of RT as well) claims the internet in Afghanistan was shut down as a precautionary measure, I guess, and mentions how one youtube user ruined U.S. diplomatic relations with the Middle East:!

    Our masters are getting desperate. These false flag operations are getting obvious.

  14. SALAAM..SEE ALL OF THESE..DONT MISS READING THEM ALL.. Syrian Turmoil Convenient for the U.S., Says ( ZIONIST ISRAHELLI ) Expert
    Shipload of SAM-7 Anti-Aircraft Missiles Heading to Terrorists in Syria
    STFU ALREADY! US: Syria Showing ‘Contempt’ for IAEA
    Turkey, Israel Share Common Interest in Syria: Netanyahu

  15. Editor’s Note: With Russia openly accusing the West of using Al Qaeda as their direct, militant proxies in Syria and beyond, this latest attempt to purposefully provoke and incite Muslims across the Arab World is an attempt by the West to reestablish the perception that the US and Israel are at war with sectarian extremists, not partnered with them. The film allegedly at the center of the violence, most likely came from the Neo-Con “Clarion Fund” or a project of similar origin.

  16. Linda Juniper ‏@LindaJuniper
    The bomb was dismantled by the authorities, but attempts to bomb the shrine continue by #FSA in pursuit of igniting a civil war. #Syria (2)

    4h Linda Juniper ‏@LindaJuniper
    A shop owner close to Saida Zainab shrine seen a girl about 20yrs old place a bag close to the shrine, it contained a bomb. #Damascus #Syria

  17. On February 15, 2011, Salafists organized in Benghazi a demonstration commemorating the massacre during which shooting erupted, an incident that marked the beginning of the Benghazi insurrection that opened the way to the NATO intervention. The Libyan police arrested three members of the Italian Special Forces who confessed to having fired from the rooftops on both demonstrators and the police to sew chaos and confusion. Held prisoner throughout the war that followed, they were released when NATO seized the capital and smuggled them out of the country to Malta in a small fishing boat on which I was also a passenger.

  18. Khartoum has rejected an American request to enter the territory of Sudan unit of U.S. Marines to protect the U.S. embassy, ​​saying that he is able to protect diplomatic missions and assumes the responsibility for the safety of guests.

    This week's mass protests against showing the film on the Internet about the Prophet Muhammad, were held in many parts of the Muslim world. Dissatisfaction is manifested in Egypt and Yemen. In Benghazi, in eastern Libya, radical Islamists stormed the U.S. embassy, killing four people, including a U.S. ambassador.

    #AMMAN, (SANA)_Around 200 politicians and intellectuals from different Arab countries stressed in a joint statement their support to the Syrian people and leadership in the face of the aggression waged by powers antagonistic to the Arab nation.

    The politicians and intellectuals who signed the statement, among them Metropolitan Atallah Hanna, Archbishop of Sevastia for the Greek Orthodox and Bassam al-Shak'a, a founder of the Palestinian national movement, said that confronting the aggression is a priority at this stage, indicating that no government would relinquish the state's legitimacy for foreign-backed terrorist groups or tolerate tearing apart the social fabric.

    They affirmed that vanquishing the powers of aggression is a prerequisite for Syria's emerging from the crisis.

    The politicians said the reality of events became clear as evidenced by the developments and the sides arming the criminal gangs who are waging a proxy war for the US, NATO, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Israel or those providing them with backing and funds.

    They condemned calls for backing the terrorist groups, foreign interference in Syria and the economic sanctions, affirming that Syria aspires for peace , reminding that a democratic rule can only be attained by an independent and free people.

  20. Linda Juniper ‏@LindaJuniper
    Last night #FSA terrorists kidnapped the parliament member Abd Allah Shlash's two sons in Manbej #Aleppo #Syria. #FSACrimes
    Linda Juniper ‏@LindaJuniper
    Younes Omran & his son Tareq were kidnapped from their home in Jdidah Artouz Balad, torture, killed then maimed by #FSA.

  21. if there is an aq link established what arte the odds that it is a camp in Mali? French are already calling for an incursion. AFRICOM looking to get involved.

      See other links b4 I left...

  22. terrorists : travel in style and comfort with Turkish Airlines!

    Remember Turkish airlines: alqaeda airline of choice!