Meet the new crusaders forged in torture chambers from Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo Bay.
Blowback is a counterintelligence term for what happens when you wreak violence on somebody, because violence always comes back. So don’t think the Pentagon and NSA didn’t see this one coming a mile off. And, of course, this sort of violence is heaven sent since it guarantees a booming arms trade for years, if not decades. Isn’t it wonderful we turned the second biggest oil stream in the Middle East over to Radical Fundamentalists so they could use it to boost our arms sales and economy?
Just as hundreds of Al-Qaeda terrorists were recently transplanted from safe houses in Turkey to aid our NATO forces in Syria, someday ISIS might be our ally against Al-Qaeda. It already takes an advanced degree in diplomacy to unravel the political affiliations in the Middle East, a situation that grows progressively byzantine as the decades roll on, which is why I know this War on Terror is going on for a long, long time.
One of the Paris shooters was 15-years-old and there are six million Muslims in France, and maybe a quarter of them sympathize somewhat with suicide bombings, while one percent (60,000) are housed in prisons, the breeding ground for becoming a gangsta for god. Muslims in France tend to have twice the children of non-Muslims and are ten percent of the population. Do the math.
Meanwhile, France makes billions exporting arms to the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Morocco, arming the next wave of suicide shooters. There’s going to be a lot of bullets and bombs sold this week, so if you like making easy money, invest in the war machine, I know the oligarchy does.
The leadership of ISIS formed inside our torture centers, like Abu Ghraib. The torture we inflicted served to radicalize and heighten their fervor to take revenge. Reminds me of when the Mossad wiped out the moderate Palestinian movement in response to Munich, something that opened the door for more radical elements to take over the movement. Meanwhile, the mastermind of Munich was being protected by the CIA.
Don’t believe me? Just watch Spielberg’s film Munich.
The media doesn’t really tell you the Paris attack was retaliation for an airstrike on ISIS, and of course, France immediately launched another attack in response, and so it goes, and goes. An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind. The masters of war just love ceremonies of death like these because they fuel the hatred and the racism.
If you study the history of communism, you’ll find the American communist movement stuffed with spooks from the onset, and so was the enormous and well-funded anti-Communist movement. That’s how a managed dialectic works. Spooks create and manipulate both sides. It’s not difficult to penetrate a terror group. You just offer them money, resources and volunteers, and let your secret spooks worm their way into positions of influence. Most of the real fighters are mercenaries working for a paycheck, while the brainwashed teenagers serve as suicide bombers. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the communist/capitalist dialectic was suddenly over and a substitute had to be manufactured. So radical Islam versus Israel and her allies became the new dialectic. Radical Islam has long been a spook project and the Muslim Brotherhood has a lot of Nazi connections in its origins. Every time a drone drops a bomb on the Middle East, we create more suicide bombers because violence leads to violence.
When you see suicide bombings provoking widespread violence as a response (and many people believe this is the solution), I have to point out: violence, bombings, racism and hate will not solve the problem. Reject the managed dialectic. The people off all nations need to band together, reject violence, and use the money going to bombs and bullets to build schools and hospitals and a better life for the down-trodden so they aren’t so easily pulled into this hoodwink.
INTEL OPS 101
Seed your false flag with an instant pointer to focus event coverage. In the alternative and conspiracy media, release a tidbit of real evidence attached to a detail that can be easily disproved later, and demand an end to all debate once it’s disproved. Always present the concept of false flags as insane, unpatriotic and heap ridicule on it to stifle debate. Never engage in rational discourse with researchers.
5 keys to success: 1) Stage anti-terror drill during terror event as cover for operations; 2) Plant ID at scene; 3) Rush to martial law, suspension of civil liberties, with sweeping changes prepared in advance 4) an alarming detail indicating a possible false flag should released within days to fuel conspiracy theories, but it must be tied a false detail or come from a tinfoil hat buffoon; 5) nutty theories involving UFOs/holograms/lizards/etc. should flood the Internet, using the manufactured tinfoil hat brigade.
3 Replies to “Barbarians at the Gates”
This was going on way back in 1981,we had bombings over seas. They, the Radical Muslims were planting bombs around military bases and housing areas in Germany in the early 80’s!!!
And we were on alert in Germany most of the time. 1981-83 I worked in a military hospital in Frankfurt Germany. Intellegence told us then , that the Muslim children were taught as soon as they could speak , that we are the enemy. This has been brewing longer than most people know. They are poor and barely eat. They think we are wasteful and stupid. We throw away more food in one day that some eat in a month. Americans know only what they read. If you really want to know what the propaganda is red Stars & Stripes. Big~B 4:20
I don’t think it’s all that Byzantine, Steven. What do you have, the FSA, which, by many accounts, doesn’t exist? You have Al Nusra, heir to the Al Qaeda rolodex, literally for us pre-digerati, the (data) base of the Arab folk in need of jobs and willing to kill for food. You know, mercenaries. You have the Sunni-Shia bullshit that Israel has been exploiting since God incited the 1967 war. And you have the Anglo–CIA-Mossad thing. And you have the Russians who are doing the job that we tell ourselves is our mission. You are right, however – sounds pretty Hegelian to me.
Pick up Glen Alexander Magee’s “Hegel and the Hermetic Tradition”,if you haven’t already done so. Magee’s Hegel (1770-1830) sounds an awful lot like T.S. Eliot, at least as regards the dialectic, such that “That is not what I meant. That is not what I meant at all”.
Marx et al high-jqcked Hegel. And the rest is history, right?