Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Via "Covert History" "The Alabama Project", which, if you read down, is basically an ad for an unpublished manuscript (with an unhelpful list of names of famous people to whom they have sent the manuscript!), but worth the read.  There are an awful lot of Southern conspiracies and almost no writing about them.

"Hollande's Africa Adventure"  They are no longer bothering to explain the difference between bad Islamist 'terrorists' and good Islamist 'freedom fighters'.

"New York Times in support of colonization"  "The screenshots prove it: New York Times altered headline to remove words “Israeli-occupied”"  Newspaper colonialism.

"Inside the Terror Factory":
"Nafis is one of more than 150 men since 9/11 who have been caught in FBI terrorism stings, some of whom have received 25 years or more in prison. In these cases, the FBI uses one of its more than 15,000 registered informants - many of them criminals, others trying to stay in the country following immigration violations - to identify potential terrorists. It then provides the means necessary for these would-be terrorists to move forward with a plot - in some cases even planting specific ideas for attacks. The FBI now spends $3 billion on counterterrorism annually, the largest portion of its budget. Our nation's top law enforcement agency, traditionally focused on investigating crimes after they occur, now operates more as an intelligence organization that tries to preempt crimes before they occur. But how many of these would-be terrorists would have acted were it not for an FBI agent provocateur helping them? Is it possible that the FBI is creating the very enemy we fear?"

I'm always interested in stings that were turned, where a successful terrorist attack occurred which could not have happened without government assistance.  The details of these conspiracies - e. g., Oklahoma City -  tend to get fuzzy in the media reports.

"Evo Morales’ historic speech at the Isla del Sol "

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