Sunday, June 15, 2014

You Can't Make This Stuff Up?

What is this?  A Haarp cloud formation?

Okay, folks.  Talking about the "truth" in my last post got me to thinking more about what constitutes "truth" in today's blogosphere.  For me, truth is generally something that makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end (as I said in my last post) but it can also be something so ridiculous and improbable and/or so clearly illegal that you just can't believe they said it, did it...or it happened...or, if it did...that the perpetrator got away with it.  Getting away with something (also called 'hiding in plain sight') is a hallmark of modern day truth.

I went through the blogosphere....looking for examples of what I'm talking about... and found so many I finally had to put a lid on it.  here are eight examples just from the past few weeks.  I'm posting the links with the relevant quotes.  This stuff is so amazing I will make no further comment...just let the reader make their own mind up about what's going on here:

(1)  More American hypocrisy on Bergdahl

"...Another round of hypocrisy is storming America.  “Heroic” members of the military, current and foreign, including Senator John McCain, are attacking Obama because former Taliban prisoner (American soldier) Bergdahl has not been arrested and tried for making dozens of propaganda broadcasts and training enemy troops to attack and kill Americans.

No, wait a minute, that wasn’t Bergdahl that is what Senator John McCain did when he was a prisoner of war. His reward for treason, including 32 propaganda broadcasts made for the North Vietnamese and his months training their air defense commands, crediting him personally with the destruction of 60 American combat aircraft and the capture of deaths of their crews (more America flyers killed by McCain than any enemy pilot in history), was a seat in the US Senate and 14 medals...'


 (2) "Was 9/11 an Inside job, or a Mossad Job?"

Few people know, for example, that at the time of the attacks, the American federal police were busy dismantling the largest Israeli spy network ever caught on U.S. soil. In March 2001, the National CounterIntelligence Center (NCIC) posted this message on its website: “In the past six weeks, employees in federal office buildings located throughout the United States have reported suspicious activities connected with individuals representing themselves as foreign [Israeli] students selling or delivering artwork”. The NCIC states that, “these individuals have also gone to the private residences of senior federal officials under the guise of selling art”.


Then in the summer, after a number of incidents of this type in its premises, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) compiled a report which would be revealed to the public by the Washington Post on November 23rd, 2001, followed by a Carl Cameron’s four-part documentary broadcast on Fox News from December 11th, 2001. On March 14th, 2002, an article in Le Monde signed by Sylvain Cypel also referred to the report, shortly before the French magazine Intelligence Online made it fully accessible on the Internet. The DEA report listed 140 Israelis, aged between 20 and 30, arrested since March 2001. Organized in twenty teams of four to eight members, they visited at least “36 sensitive sites of the Department of Defense”. Many of them were identified as members of the Mossad, and six were in possession of phones paid for by a former Israeli Vice Consul. Sixty arrests have occurred after September 11th, bringing the total number of Israeli spies arrested to 200. Those who were subjected to a lie detector test failed. However, thanks to a decision that would come from the Attorney General John Ashcroft, all were eventually released.
 (3) "US silence on ISIL offensive dubious

"...The following four reasons explain the US’s inaction vis-à-vis the ISIL’s terrorist activities in Syria and particularly in Iraq.
1. Saudi Arabia got disappointed after Iraqis massively voted in their country’s parliamentary elections. In the meantime, a three-year war in Syria failed to dissuade the Syrians from participating in their country’s presidential election and re-elect Bashar al-Assad. In order to vent its frustration, Saudi Arabia did its utmost to avoid the establishment of Islamic democracy, which started in Iran, in Iraq. The Saudi regime is opposed to democracy and the US rejects Islamic democracy. Therefore, the Riyadh-Washington alliance is defending terrorists opposing Islamic democracy in the Middle East. We have to keep in mind that a main reason for the Saudi regime’s warmongering in Syria was its failure in post-Saddam Iraq..."

(4) "More Stupid Chess Moves by Obama"

"...Why is the US and EU pressuring Bulgaria and Serbia [to stop building] over the South Stream pipeline? It is owned and controlled by Russia. The Nabucco pipeline was a USA ­ Soros plan and it is a dead pipeline plan.  Soros is also the main proponent behind that is named White Stream 1 that was to have run from Georgia through CRIMEA and into Ukraine to supply EU with natural gas. Now do you understand why they are hopping mad about Crimea?  If you can read a map and know where Crimea is, maybe you will better understand why that piece of the Grand Chessboard being taken by Russia has stirred up so much nonsense in Ukraine..."

"...The current fiasco is somewhat akin to the movie “A Bridge Too Far” and one of the biggest mistakes the Allies made during World War II. However, the current intentional chaos and dissension is all about ‘A Pipeline Too Far’.  The USA failed to get its pipeline across Afghanistan, so yes, leave 10,000 troops there to protect it when it finally gets built. The USA failed to back up Russia from the pipeline ROW in Georgia in the August 2008 fiasco in that nation.

They are pushing to stop the South Stream because their ‘planners’ now want to run a pipeline from Azerbaijan and Qatar into Europe from the South called TAP, for Trans-Adriatic Pipeline.

They did the feasibility study for this project in 2003, and in typical EU and US fashion have delayed talking much about it until they took their shot to get total control of Ukraine. 

What they are not showing is the US lost most of the Caspian Basin due to their 9-11-2001 lies and their Failed Business Plan. There is to be another pipeline from Qatar up through Iraq and connect in Turkey so they have enough natural gas to make this project even worth thinking about. Azerbaijan cannot go head-to-head with the energy might of Russia, Rosneft and Gazprom.


(5) Australian Government's $360 million bank account grab.  Could this happen in the US and Canada?  Australia snatching "dormant" bank accounts
THE federal government has seized a record $360 million from household bank accounts that have been dormant for just three years, prompting outrage in some quarters amid complaints that pensioners and retirees have lost deposits.
Figures from the Australian Security and Investments Commission (ASIC) show almost $360 million was collected from 80,000 inactive accounts in the year to May under new rules introduced by Labor. The new rules lowered the threshold at which the government is allowed to snatch funds from accounts that remain idle from seven years to three years.
The rule change has delivered the government a massive bonanza with the money collected in the year to May more than the total collected in the past five decades combined. Between 1959 and 2012, the total collected was $330 million
 (6) Iraq is a place where Americans suffered

"...Still, US news programs tended to focus on US deaths, ignoring or downplaying the much larger number of Iraqis killed in the war the US launched. As NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams (6/10/14) put it, "After all the American lives there were lost, all those who came home grievously wounded, Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul, has now fallen under the control of an Al-Qaeda offshoot. " And CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley told viewers (6/10/14), "Another major piece of what America fought for in Iraq was lost today."
And here's CNN host Wolf Blitzer (6/10/14):  "This is heartbreaking. The United States spent 10 years there. We assumed that Iraq would emerge a peaceful, stable democracy after the hundreds of billions of dollars the US invested, the 4,500 US troops killed, tens of thousands who came home without arms or legs or burned, post-traumatic stress, and look at this disaster.
Blitzer was interviewing Peter Brookes of the right-wing Heritage Foundation, who refused to concede that the war was a mistake because Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction. "We didn't know that at the time," he told Blitzer–which of course depends on who "we" are. But it's not as if Brookes thinks US government should avoid blame–just not the Bush administration: "The real blunder is when the Obama administration got out in 2009 and left the Iraqis on their own."

(7)  Takfiri islamist fighters in Iraq are run by Zionists

A high-ranking Iranian official has described Takfiri militants operating inside Iraq as the proxy of imperialist powers and international Zionism, noting that they will finally turn against their sponsors.  Iran’s Vice President and Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi on Saturday termed Takfiri militants as enemies of Islam and Muslim nations, blaming international Zionism and arrogant powers for terrorist attacks by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants across Iraq.  Salehi added that the West wrongly assumes that it will not be affected by the terrorists that they have created, adding, “These Takfiris will certainly go after their own sponsors and creators.”


And, finally, I have saved the best for last:

(8)  Study:  FBI has used fabrication of evidence and entrapment in nearly 95% of cases where people have been prosecuted as "terrorists"

Nearly 95 per cent of terrorist arrests have been the result of FBI foiling its own entrapment plots as a part of the so-called post-9/11 War on Terror, a new study revealed.  According to the report entitled ‘Inventing Terrorists: The Lawfare of Preemptive Prosecution’, the majority of arrests involved the unjust prosecution of targeted Muslim Americans.
The 175-page study by Muslim advocacy group SALAM analyzes 399 individuals in cases included on the list of the US Department of Justice from 2001 to 2010.
“According to this study’s classification, the number of pre-emptive prosecution cases is 289 out of 399, or 72.4 percent. The number of elements of pre-emptive prosecution cases is 87 out of 399, or 21.8 percent. Combining pre-emptive prosecution cases and elements of pre-emptive prosecution cases, the total number of such cases on the DOJ list is 376, or 94.2 percent,” the report concluded.
The authors define ‘pre-emptive prosecution’ as “a law enforcement strategy adopted after 9/11, to target and prosecute individuals or organizations whose beliefs, ideology, or religious affiliations raise security concerns for the government.”

"...One of the FBI’s strategies involved “using agents provocateur to actively entrap targets in criminal plots manufactured and controlled by the government.”

“The government uses agents provocateur to target individuals who express dissident ideologies and then provides those provocateurs 25 with fake (harmless) missiles, bombs, guns, money, encouragement, friendship, and the technical and strategic planning necessary to see if the targeted individual can be manipulated into planning violent or criminal action,” the report concluded..."



If, by now you have a blinding headache and wonder what planet you're on...welcome to the world of blogosphere truth.  It really is...stranger than fiction!


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