Thursday, June 30, 2016

CIA Director: ‘I’d Be Surprised’ If ISIS Not Trying To Carry Out Istanbul-Style Attack In US

Saved this one last night:

Canada day July 1. Independence Day July 4. False Flag potential always present
CIA Director John Brennan is warning that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria wants to conduct Istanbul-style attacks in the United States

I am worried from the standpoint of an intelligence professional who looks at the capabilities of Daesh … and their determination to kill as many as people as possible and to carry out attacks abroad,” Brennan told Yahoo News. Daesh is an acronym for the Arabic name of ISIS.
CIA Director John Brennan

Brennan explained to Yahoo News that he believes the terror group will continue to try to penetrate American defenses.

You look at what happened in the Turkish airport, these were suicide vests. It’s not that difficult to actually construct and fabricate a suicide vest … so if you have a determined enemy and individuals who are not concerned about escape, that they are going into it with a sense that they are going to die, that really does complicate your strategy in terms of preventing attacks,” the CIA director said.

“I’d be surprised if Daesh is not trying to carry out that kind of attack in the United States,” Brennan added.
 I find that to be an extremely irresponsible, flippant statement unless Brennan has some sort of insider knowledge aka MIHOP

Brennan stated that the U.S. hasn’t been able to tamp down ISIS’ global reach.
We’ve yet to really thwart Daesh’s ability to reach beyond the Syria-Iraqi borders and put in place some of the plans and preparations to carry out attacks,” Brennan told Yahoo News. “I am very concerned we have not had the success against Daesh in that environment as we’ve had in the core areas of Syria and Iraq.
Brennan also said the terror group is “more determined” to carry out operations in Europe and beyond to “offset” setbacks and losses of territory in Syria and Iraq.
“Over the past year-and-a-half they have made a more determined effort to carry out attacks abroad, and we see in terms of their plans, their preparations, the movement of people as well as propagandizing outside, exhorting, inciting a much more determined effort to carry out these external operations,” Brennan told Yahoo News.
ISIS has yet to confirm they were behind the attack, but Turkish and U.S. officials believe the group planned the suicide bombings at the Istanbul airport.

As of this morning I believe ISIS still has not confirmed they were behind the attack- However the seeds are being planted to provide us with that conclusion. The CIA is very good at manipulating your beliefs and managing your perception.

Also:  Brennan is acknowledging that all the security is a fail. Unsurprisingly

Sheesh I feel as if this week has been one long running drama unfolding like a soap opera.



  1. It's very easy to construct a suicide vest, especially after being specifically instructed how to do so by my CIA operatives in Turkey and Dagestan. "I'd be surprised if daesh is not trying to carry out that kind of attack in the United States". A little bit of preparing the dopey public for the next false-flag. Got to have terrorism all day and all of the time mind you. They've certainly had much success with the creation and arming of daesh, however. As my coffee pours forth from my nose after laughing while drinking it. Again, Penny, you hit the nail right on the head as far as what brennan is ip to. Manipulation by controlling the message.

    1. Doesn't Brennan read as if he is informing specific person of just how easy this all is to do

      great for recruiting

  2. I am sure Brennan is fully informed on all the details of the 'suicide' attack, from inception to implementation.

    1. Perception management by any means is the name of the CIA game- along with terror, destabilization etc
      but those manipulations still play into perception management

  3. Note that Brennan is announcing this to Yahoo News. This message is aimed at the rubes.

    1. Well he did tell it to the 'yahoos'

      a crude, brutish, or obscenely coarse person
      An unrefined and often loud or disruptive person.
      A race of brutes.. in Gulliver's Travels

      So, your right about the mark or the audience james

  4. Left this comment at Willy Loman's hoping it finds it way to get published??

    Lengthy, but, thought I would share it here:

    Hey Scott!
    Great post- thanks for the link to....

    Ah yes, Yildrim- the man who blamed ISIS along with John Brennan
    Coincidence? I think not!

    I'm not sure if you are aware? So, on the off chance you are not?
    Did you know that Erdogan as President is merely window dressing?

    The Presidency of Turkey is largely ceremonial- I've been beating this fact to death at my place- He has some power- as much as can be expected of a ceremonial Presidency ruled by a constitution written while Turkey was under military rule-

    The fact that Turkey's constitution was written was the military was in charge should inform of us a great deal.

    Yildrim like Davatoglu look to be the connection to the NATO military complex- spinning the spin as Brennan.
    There are also a group of Ministers that wield plenty of power.

    In this post you will find multiple links to that fact:

    but I'll bring a couple here:

    "Davutoglu’s apparently less-than-enthusiastic stance toward an overhaul of the constitution to give the largely ceremonial presidency executive powers."

  5. Pt 2
    Erdogan wants to change the Turkish constitution to turn the ceremonial role of president into that of a chief executive, a Turkish version of the system in the United States, France or Russia."

    "Constitutionally Turkey is a semi-presidential country with a president whose constitutional powers are more than ceremonial but less than executive"

    "The Presidency is largely a ceremonial office but has some important functions"

    This has been reported in the main stream media also

    Erdogan, who won Turkey's first direct presidential election in August 2014, said a head of state elected by the people should have more than a symbolic role

    Yup Erdogan actually won as President, but, has a symbolic, non executive largely ceremonial role as President

    Davutoglu had been expected to play a backseat role as prime minister as Erdogan pushed ahead with plans to make the largely ceremonial presidency into an all-powerful executive position

    That's why it's easy to blame and frame Erdogan for everything- He's not the power in Turkey- only our lying media portrays him as such

  6. A former military recently quoted in hurriyet saying erdogan had to stay in power to avoid prosecution. Which comes to the critical point that while he is in a ceremonial role he has loyalists scattered about and in sufficient numbers to maintain a hold. A true pivot to a more triangular role will dictate just how strong those forces are and how successful those prosecutions have been throughout the judiciary and police ranks.

  7. For Your Amusement: David Betrayus interviewed at Bilderberg.

  8. Hey Penny -

    If you're interested Sibel Edmonds did a 20 min. short overview of Turkish media since the airport incident on Jul.1

    As always Turkish officials either found a passport at the scene, or maybe they found it in the apt. - story keeps changing :-)

    Also, lots of info on the security at airport. At least 3 security checks getting to intl. terminal - so how did they manage to get the weapons thru 3 metal detectors??
    All traffic outside airport is monitored all the time by multiple cameras, yet no video has been released. Turkey put the usual restrictions on internet and television.

    But my question is ... does this have anything to do with the US soldier who was killed at Incerlik about a week before this happened??

    1. It appears that this airport has Israeli security so.....
      that explains the how of the weapons getting through- unless the weapons were planted there by the Israeli security service for them to pick up

    2. silv, I did not read that news about the US soldier killed at Incirlik- can you leave me a link to read, please