Showing posts with label NeoCons. Show all posts
Showing posts with label NeoCons. Show all posts

Saturday, 10 May 2014

Nigeria: Gold + Oil + The Most Corrupt Government on Earth.

"Roland was a warrior
From the Land of the Midnight Sun
With a Thompson Gun for hire
Fighting to be done

The deal was made in Denmark
On a dark and stormy day
So he set out for Biafra
To join the bloody fray..."

I quote The Enemy:

"Biafra, officially the Republic of Biafra, was a secessionist state in south-eastern Nigeria that existed from 30 May 1967 to 15 January 1970, taking its name from the Bight of Biafra (the Atlantic bay to its south). 

The inhabitants were mostly the Igbo people who led the secession due to economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. The creation of the new state that was pushing for recognition was among the causes of the Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Nigerian-Biafran War.

The state was formally recognised by Gabon, Haiti, Côte d'Ivoire, Tanzania and Zambia. Other nations which did not give official recognition but which did provide support and assistance to Biafra included Israel, France, Portugal, Rhodesia, South Africa and Vatican City.

Biafra also received aid from non-state actors, including Joint Church Aid, Holy Ghost Fathers of Ireland, Caritas International, MarkPress and U.S. Catholic Relief Services.

After two-and-a-half years of war, during which a million civilians had died in fighting and from famine, Biafran forces agreed to a ceasefire with the Nigerian Federal Military Government (FMG), and Biafra was reintegrated into Nigeria."

"Through '66 and 7
They fought the Congo War
With their fingers on their triggers
Knee-deep in gore
The days and nights they battled
The Bantu to their Knees
They killed to earn their living
And to help out the Congolese..."

Friday, 9 May 2014

People Power Colonialism : Hands Off Nigeria!

This is ridiculous.

There are 211 of them.

He is selling them in the local market for £7 each.

The Nigerian government is offering a reward of £300,00.

Buy them back.

Get off your arses, go up country and buy your children back...!

What are the so-called parents doing?

Making signs and demanding that the US invade their country.

Buy them back.

Gold + Oil + The most institutionally corrupt government on Earth.

This has nothing to do with missing girls.

Remember KONY 2012...?

This is a CIA People Power Revolution.

This is an entirely synthetic creation. It's just not true.

And any idiot can see that. Allow me to show you....

Tehran, 2006:

Hong Kong, 2013:

Nigeria, Yesterday:

Notice anything?

What language do they speak in:

A) Iran
B) China
C) Nigeria...?

I'll answer my own question:

A) Farsi
B) Cantonese
C) Yoruba.

This is how this works: You get some young people, who don't know anything - callow youth.

You give them some flags.

You give them some signs (in English)

You give them some drugs/money/whistles.

And they will gather in the capital main square and oppose the government.

The Sphere

The Kaa'ba sphere is intentionally representative of the base or root chakra, the seat of all generative and nuptive energies in the human perineum, also appearing in such a form in the Qabalah, balancing against the two great pillars guarding the entrance to the Temple of Solomon - so, then, these two pillars, or two towers, also appear in Mecca, aligned one on either side of the Kaa'ba, along a precise North-South meridian bisecting the magnetic North and South poles of the Earth.

Super-producer Quincy Jones (the grey eminence behind the career of Michael Jackson) is a known high level Freemason and reputed Satanist and paedophile, who married Nastasja Kinski; he is a senior member of the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations and produced and choreographed not just Bill Clinton's first inaugural ball, but the Washington DC millennium gala. He is implicated directly in the murders of both Tupac Shakkur (who was dating his daughter when killed), and Biggie Smalls (who was assassinated whilst leaving Quincy's Grammy Afterparty in LA.

It's therefore MASSIVELY significant that we note in the choreographed WTC ritual he produced around the sphere for The Wiz - the adepts and pilgrims to the Emerald City, undergoing the Haj to visit the Wizard, who circle the Kaa'ba stone in the centre of the Austin Tobin Memorial Plaza.... They are circling the sacred stone in the OPPOSITE direction to the Haji in Mecca... The induction process is 180* REVERSED....

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Stop Geldof: Hands Off Nigeria!!

This is Psy-War of the crudest variety.


(Whilst getting them addicted to heroin, presumably...)

"Sir Bob said social media alone would not solve the problem"

Ah, I see - he wants the US to invade. Of course.

And it's not "Sir Bob". It's "Bob Geldof, KBE".

'I hope the girls are alive and are reunited with their parents': Sir Bob Geldof speaks publicly for the first time since Peaches' death as he addresses plight of Nigerian schoolgirl hostages

  • Sir Bob said social media alone would not solve the problem
  • Celebrities have joined #BringBackOurGirls social media campaign

  • Male stars are also uploading images saying: 'Real men don't buy girls'

  • Campaign to recover the 276 girls kidnapped from their school in Nigeria

  • Girls were kidnapped on April 14 by Islamist militant group Boko Haram

Sir Bob Geldof has spoken publicly for the first time since the death of his daughter Peaches - to address the plight of the Nigerian schoolgirls taken hostage by terrorists. 

The Live Aid campaigner told Channel 5 news that he hoped the girls could be returned to their parents - but added that a celebrity campaign currently flooding social media with posts using the hashtag: #BringBackOurGirls, was unlikely to help.

Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzai, Hillary Clinton, and Amy Poehler are among those lending their support to the social media campaign, which encourages military intervention to recover the girls who were kidnapped from their school by Boko Haram rebels in north-east Nigeria.

Sir Bob Geldof has spoken publicly for the first time since the death of his daughter Peaches - to address the plight of the Nigerian schoolgirls taken hostage by terrorists

But Sir Bob said while people are keen to help, proper counter-terrorism measures now need to be employed.

He said: 'The problem with media like this, is that everyone wants to do something, but sometimes you just can't. There is a great feeling of frustration. 

'The U.S., the UK and several EU states, the Russians - they know about counter terrorism.

The inquest opened in Gravesend, Kent, but after a short statement by the police, was adjourned until July.

Sir Bob spoke in a pre-arranged speech to a selected audience just hours after Peaches' death - but this is the first time he has addressed the wider world since the tragedy. 

Malala Yousafzai told CNN that the kidnapped girls were her 'sisters'. Angelina Jolie also spoke publicly about the kidnapping, which she called 'unthinkable cruelty and evil'.

Michelle Obama shared a photograph on Twitter of herself holding up a sign reading 'Bring back our girls', accompanied by the caption: 'Our prayers are with the missing Nigerian girls and their families. It's time to #BringBackOurGirls. -mo'

The sign-off 'mo' means that the tweet was written by the First Lady herself and not a staffer.

The campaign refers to the kidnapping of 276 girls from their school in Chibok, north-east Nigeria, on April 14. 

The Islamist militant group Boko Haram attacked the school, which had been reopened so that students could take their final exams, despite security concerns. 

Most schools in the state had closed due to fear that Boko Haram, which opposes 'Western' education, including the education of girls, would attack.

On the night of April 14, more than 300 girls were kidnapped at gunpoint, but approximately 50 girls escaped by jumping off the back of the trucks as they drove into the Sambisa forest.
Family members of the kidnapped girls formed makeshift search parties and ventured into the forest to find the girls, armed with homemade weapons, but they have not found the girls, whom they now fear have been sold into slavery.

Militant: The leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, vows to sell the hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped in northern Nigeria for as little as £7 during a video message

It has also emerged that the group had kidnapped another 11 girls from the village of Warabe in Borno yesterday, increasing the international pressure for the extremist group to be stopped and the girls returned.

Nigerian Police are now offering a £300,000 reward to anyone who can help them find the missing children.

Abubakar Shekau, the leader of Boko Haram said he would sell the remaining captives as slaves for as little as £7.

In a video, Shekau declares: 'I abducted your girls. I will sell them in the market, by Allah.'

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

I Know This, Because Tyler Knows This...

Reality - brought to you by Fox, Kissinger & Associates.





(Opened the weekend following the Oklahoma City Bombing)

"Tender Branson sits in the cockpit of a Boeing 747-400, telling his life story to the black box. He is alone in the plane, having hijacked it; he has released all of the plane's passengers and crew prior to this point. He explains the events leading up to the hijacking.

Tender is a member of the fanatical Creedish cult, which engaged in a mass suicide ten years previously. He is one of the Creedish members who was sent out into the world to work as a servant, and send his income back to the Creedish community. Creedish members have been steadily killing themselves since the mass suicide, in keeping with their belief that the deliverance is at hand. At the start of his story, Tender works as the housekeeper for a rich couple he never sees in Oregon. They issue directions via a daily planner and a speaker phone. At his dingy apartment, he gets phone calls from people who want to kill themselves - the result of a newspaper misprint which printed his phone number as the number for a suicide prevention hotline. Tender, enjoying the thrill of passing divine judgment on these people tells them to kill themselves as often as not, and sees this as an act of mercy. Although the newspaper prints a retraction, the calls keep coming, and when they dwindle, Tender prints up fliers for a fake crisis hotline with his number on them so the calls will continue.

One of the calls comes from a Trevor Hollis, a man who wants to kill himself because of the nightmares he has been having about disasters, like plane crashes or fires. Tender tells Trevor to kill himself, and soon after, reads his obituary in the paper. One day, Tender goes to the mausoleum to steal fake flowers for his employer's garden (a common pastime), and decides to visit Trevor's tomb while he is there. At the tomb, he meets Trevor's sister, Fertility, and they talk. Later that night, Tender has his weekly meeting with his caseworker from the Federal Survivor Retention Program, a government agency that keeps tabs on the survivors of suicide cults. 

As usual, he asks how many survivors of the Creedish faith there are remaining, and she tells him, 

"One hundred and fifty-seven survivors. Nationwide."

Monday, 5 May 2014

Who Controls the Past Now Controls the Future...

"Strauss believed it was for politicians to assert powerful and inspiring myths that everyone could believe in.

They might not be true - but they were necessary illusions.

One of these was religion; the other was the myth of the nation."

"Strauss believed it was for politicians to assert powerful and inspiring myths that everyone could believe in.

They might not be true - but they were necessary illusions.

One of these was religion; the other was the myth of the nation."

"This dramatic battle between good and evil was precisely the kind of myth that Leo Strauss had taught his students would be necessary to rescue the country from moral decay. 

It might not be true, but it was necessary, to re-engage the public in a grand vision of America's destiny, that would give meaning and purpose to their lives. 

The Straussians started to create a worldview which is a fiction. 

The world is NOT divided into good and evil. 

The battle in which we are engaged is NOT a battle between good and evil. 

The United States, as anyone who observes understands, has done some good and some bad things. 

It's like any great power. This is the way history is. 

But they wanted to create a world of moral certainties, so therefore they invent mythologies—fairytales—describing any force in the world that obstructs the United States as somehow Satanic, or associated with evil..."

Hollywood Accredits the Memes





(Opened the weekend following the Oklahoma City Bombing)


GCHQ from Spike EP on Vimeo.

"On the eve of this year’s Bilderberg meeting, the Anglo-French intelligence bosses have clearly shown their hand with two high-profile attacks on Obama. Wednesday, June 5 marked the liberation of Qusayr, the great Stalingrad of the Syrian terrorist death squads deployed by NATO against Assad. With the rout of these terrorists, the main units of the self-styled Free Syrian Army, along with the Nusra branch of al Qaeda, are likely to face annihilation in the short to medium term.

On the same day that Qusayr fell, the British and French governments hysterically demanded that Obama undertake a total bombing campaign against Syria, whatever the consequences in regard to Russia and other powers. To his credit, Obama is continuing to say no to this lunatic Anglo-French neocolonial adventure. 

On that same June 5, the London-based daily The Guardian, in an article by the expatriate American Glenn Greenwald, hyped a court order from the secret FISA panel of federal judges showing that the US National Security Agency was routinely monitoring the telephone records (including time, locations, call duration, and unique identifiers, but not the contents of the conversations) of possibly unlimited millions of Verizon phone subscribers. Back in the US, reactionary talk show hosts began screaming 

“Obama taps your phones!”

On June 6, again in advance of every other newspaper in the world, The Guardian published another article by Glenn Greenwald and Ewen MacAskill revealing that the National Security Agency, under a program called Prism, had obtained direct access to the servers of Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Apple, Youtube, Skype, AOL, and Microsoft, and was busily monitoring the content of e-mails, file transfers, and live conversations. Back in the US, reactionary talk show hosts began screaming, 

“Obama reads your e-mail!”

Under George Bush, warrantless wiretaps and similar illegal programs were revealed by various media organs. These revelations had minimal impact on Bush, whose base was indifferent to civil liberties. 

Obama’s base, by contrast, cares very much, and has been visibly upset by these new reports. 

While strongly condemning these totalitarian programs, we must also not lose sight of who is putting these reports into circulation, and why. 

Phone taps are bad, but a general war in the Middle East leading to a possible Third World War is far worse.

The British and French defense and intelligence establishment (they have virtually merged) want Obama and the American people to take the lead and shoulder the risk in a perilous attack on Syria, in time to preserve the death squads so they can fight another day in another country. 

London and Paris, of course, see themselves as the principal beneficiaries of the breakup of Syria. 

Since Obama is currently blocking their plans, they are bringing up their big guns of scandal, with the center-leftGuardian evidently chosen to take the point, doubtless to obtain more attention among Obama’s leftist supporters. 

(During the initial Clinton scandals of Whitewatergate and Troopergate, the flagship of scandal was the reactionary London-based Daily Telegraph, especially through its columnists Peregrine Worthshorne and Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.)

Coming as they do on the eve of the yearly Bilderberg conference, these scandals stamped Made in England suggest that the majority of this elitist cabal have maintained their anti-Obama line already evident in last year’s meeting, and are using the current gathering to further their plans.

Burrowing NeoCons and Isolating Russia

It's not the Obama administration's decision, it's not their policy, it's the State Department's policy, which means it's Kagans' policy.

There is a Kagan handing out doughnuts on the Euromaidan to protesters and deciding the composition of the Ukrainian "Government" comprised of the Kiev Criminals.

"The thing about NeoCons is that they are extremely good at burrowing."

And there is a fruit-loop NeoCon Kagan, ex-NATO Ambassador running Ukraine policy.

Even Brezezinksi, who hates Russia more than life itself has always said, all the time, in ALL his books - how can you isolate Russia?

He then answers his own question - you have to break the Russian-Chinese Shanghai Cooperation Agreement and their bloc in the Security Council against the three NATO States - which I strongly suspect is what all the business with the plane is all about, since Murodch IMMEDITATELY blamed Chinese Jihadis (which means Wegurs, Turkmen, Uzbekhs etc., and the Transhimalayan Highway into Pakistan (which actually ends in Abbatobad, if you can believe that)) and suggested it would be a great opportunity to split China off from Russia "while Russia bullies" over Crimea.

"Henceforth, the United States may have to determine how to cope with regional coalitions that seek to push America out of Eurasia, thereby threatening America's status as a global power." (p.55)

"Moreover, they [the Central Asian Republics] are of importance from the standpoint of security and historical ambitions to at least three of their most immediate and more powerful neighbors, namely Russia, Turkey and Iran, with China also signaling an increasing political interest in the region. But the Eurasian Balkans are infinitely more important as a potential economic prize: an enormous concentration of natural gas and oil reserves is located in the region, in addition to important minerals, including gold." (p.124)

And don't EVER forget the Hotline conversation between Bush and Putin on the Day of 9/11, around 5pm when Bush served notice that NATO and the Pentagon were taking Afghanistan and formally setting up shop with bases in the soft-underbelly of the former Soviet Republics of Russia's Near Abroad.

Putin could have said "Nyet".

At which point, conduited in by way of Global Guardian and Apollo Guardian, the Kremlin may well have received a full-scale thermonuclear first strike in the face.

But fortunately for humanity, and for the world, Putin is a shrewd and clever man.

Someone had to be....

This is NATO Sphere of Influence Terrorism.

Brzezinski: "According to the official version of history, CIA aid to the Mujahadeen began during 1980, that is to say, after the Soviet army invaded Afghanistan, 24 Dec 1979.

But the reality, secretly guarded until now, is completely otherwise.

Indeed, it was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention.

Q: Despite this risk, you were an advocate of this covert action. But perhaps you yourself desired this Soviet entry into war and looked to provoke it?

B: It isn't quite that. We didn't push the Russians to intervene, but we knowingly increased the probability that they would.

Q: When the Soviets justified their intervention by asserting that they intended to fight against a secret involvement of the United States in Afghanistan, people didn't believe them. However, there was a basis of truth. You don't regret anything today?

B: Regret what? That secret operation was an excellent idea.

It had the effect of drawing the Russians into the Afghan trap and you want me to regret it? The day that the Soviets officially crossed the border, I wrote to President Carter. 'We now have the opportunity of giving to the USSR its Vietnam war. '

Indeed, for almost 10 years, Moscow had to carry on a war unsupportable by the government, a conflict that brought about the demoralization and finally the breakup of the Soviet empire."

Thursday, 10 October 2013

Public Myth: Philip Zelikow on Thirteen Days

"[Leo] Strauss believed it was for politicians to assert powerful and inspiring myths that everyone could believe in.

They might not be true - but they were necessary illusions."



May 2000: Future Authors of 9/11 Report Produce John F. Kennedy Book Riddled with Errors  

An eminent historian finds serious flaws in a historical treatise about former President John F. Kennedy. The book, The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile Crisis, was written in 1997 by conservative historians Ernest May and Philip D. Zelikow, and purports to be an unprecedentedly accurate representation of the events of 1962’s Cuban Missile Crisis based on transcriptions of recorded meetings, conferences, telephone conversations, and interviews with various participants. 

Zelikow is a former member of George H. W. Bush’s National Security Council and a close adviser to future National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice. 

May is a Harvard professor. Both will participate heavily in the creation of the 2004 report by the 9/11 Commission. 
[SHENON, 2008, PP. 387-393] 

Almost three years after the Kennedy book’s publication, Sheldon M. Stern, the historian for the John F. Kennedy Library from 1977 through 1999, pores over it and the May/Zelikow transcripts. In the original edition, May and Zelikow admitted that their final product was not perfect: 

“The reader has here the best text we can produce, but it is certainly not perfect. We hope that some, perhaps many, will go to the original tapes. If they find an error or make out something we could not, we will enter the corrections in subsequent editions or printings of this volume.” 

But when Stern checks the book against the tapes, he finds hundreds of errors in the book, some quite significant. Stern concludes that the errors “significantly undermine [the book’s] reliability for historians, teachers, and general readers.” 

May and Zelikow have corrected a few of the errors in subsequent editions, but have not publicly acknowledged any errors. Stern concludes, “Readers deserve to know that even now The Kennedy Tapes cannot be relied on as an accurate historical document.” 

One error has then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy talking about the planned “invasion” of Russian ships heading to Cuba, when the tapes actually show Kennedy discussing a far less confrontational “examination” of those vessels. May and Zelikow imply that the Kennedy administration was discussing just the kind of confrontation that it was actually trying to avoid. Another error has CIA Director John McCone referring to the need to call on former President Dwight D. Eisenhower as a “facilitator,” where McCone actually said “soldier.” 

May and Zelikow will be rather dismissive of Stern’s findings, saying that “none of these amendments are very important.” Stern will express shock over their response, and respond, “When the words are wrong, as they are repeatedly, the historical record is wrong.” 
[SHENON, 2008, PP. 42]

"In his article criticizing the accuracy of the movie "Thirteen Days" ("Call 'Days' What You Will, but It's Not Quite History," Jan. 16), Richard Reeves, a respected biographer of President John F. Kennedy, wrote that "compared with most of the junk being made these days, 'Thirteen Days' is practically Thucydides--or perhaps I should say, May and Zelikow. Much of the dialogue is from transcripts of missile crisis meetings transcribed and published by Ernest May of Harvard and Philip Zelikow of the University of Virginia."
The flattery is welcome, but misplaced. The screenplay was influenced by the tapes of the missile crisis meetings, but it is certainly original. It went straight for the really big ideas about the (continuing) danger of nuclear war, the difference a president can make and the value of historical memory, in this case re-creating the high Cold War for a new generation. So I was sympathetic to the screenwriter's decision to use Kenny O'Donnell, played by Kevin Costner, as the "everyman" insider who plays witness and foil to the inner deliberations of the Kennedys.
O'Donnell was an interesting and important person in the lives of the Kennedys. He is the kind of person historians usually neglect because they leave few documents behind and work on the inside, in the back room where there are no note takers or tape recorders.
In his article, Reeves was too hard on the filmmakers. For instance, he wrote that "neither U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson nor Air Force Chief of Staff Curtis LeMay, the bad guy in the movie, were members of Ex-Comm [an ad hoc executive committee of the National Security Council set up by the White House for the Cuban missile crisis] as they were shown to be in 'Thirteen Days.' " But they did participate in meetings and said substantially what they are depicted as saying, and the Kennedys reacted to this advice much as shown in the movie.
It is true that the Kennedys had little use for LeMay, as Reeves states, but they knew he was a formidable political force in the country and, in this case, he was urging military action as a representative of the unanimous Joint Chiefs of Staff.
I certainly have many quibbles with details in the movie. But the structure of the narrative is basically sound. The leading characters are perceptively portrayed and the film successfully re-creates the look and atmosphere of the time.
The crisis was as dangerous as the film suggests. Reeves states that Army alert status did not change in the crisis. But it did, as did the alert status of U.S. strategic nuclear forces. Scores of bombers circled in the skies around the clock at Defcon 2, the step just short of global war.
Reeves adds: "The movie-makers repeated Robert Kennedy's deliberate exaggerations of the range of the Soviet missiles spotted in Cuba--those missiles could not level every American city except Seattle." But this was no exaggeration. On Oct. 16, President Kennedy was informed about the deployment of medium-range missiles and, two days later, he was informed that sites had also been discovered for intermediate-range ballistic missiles that could indeed strike almost all of the continental United States. The warheads for those missiles had reached Cuba, but the intermediate-range missiles had not--a fact the Americans did not know.
Nor did the Americans know that the scores of coastal defense cruise missiles placed by the Soviets in Cuba were all armed with nuclear warheads too, but fortunately the invasion urged by several of Kennedy's advisors was never launched.
Reeves offers the reassuring suggestion that it "would be small comfort to people in Miami or Atlanta, but Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was not planning to confront the U.S." Ernest May and I think Khrushchev was indeed planning a confrontation, one in which he would use the missiles in Cuba to checkmate Kennedy in the nuclear ultimatum the Soviet premier had just delivered on Berlin, an ultimatum that would come due the next month. Accepting the analysis of his top Soviet advisor, Kennedy had reached this conclusion and, thanks to the tapes, we can hear JFK repeatedly explaining this point to others.
On a fundamental point, though, Reeves and I agree. As he put it, "The fact is that the movie guys, who may annoy people like me who make modest livings arguing about these things for a living, did put together a reasonably accurate entertainment reminding all of us that there was a time when politicians and diplomats and military commanders, on both sides, were determined and capable enough to prevent their own Cold War nuclear games from escalating into the hottest, stupidest war in history."
Or, to put it in Hollywood terms, the filmmakers were willing to bet $80 million on a movie where the good guy wins by not shooting anybody. In Hollywood, maybe that is another kind of courage. So I'll cut the filmmakers a little slack.

"While this movie carries the same name as the book "Thirteen Days" by former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, it is in fact based on a different book, "The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile Crisis" by Ernest R. May and Philip D. Zelikow. 

In contrast to The Missiles of October, which was based on Kennedy's book, this film contains some newly declassified information not available to the earlier production, but takes greater dramatic license, particularly in its choice of Kenneth P. O'Donnell as protagonist."