Monday, July 25, 2011

News to note

I'd like to highlight a few news stories I've been reading recently that may be of interest to you.

The first story I'd like to mention relates to the Zionist New World Order patsy accused of perpetrating the disgusting, despicable murder spree in Norway, which I discussed yesterday.  I should mention that it seems simply impossible to me for this one guy to be behind the bombings in Oslo and the massacre at the youth camp.  Sort of like it was impossible for Timothy McVeigh to be solely responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing...

Anyways, this guy was "deeply influenced" by a handful of Zionist propagandists whose sole purpose in life is to demonize the Islamic faith and people.  The Ugly Truth published a recent Associated Press article, which I've excerpted below:
The man accused of the killing spree in Norway was deeply influenced by a small group of American bloggers and writers who have warned for years about the threat from Islam, lacing his 1,500-page manifesto with quotations from them, as well as copying multiple passages from the tract of the Unabomber. [...]

His manifesto, which denounced Norwegian politicians as failing to defend the country from Islamic influence, quoted Robert Spencer, who operates the Jihad Watch Web site, 64 times, and cited other Western writers who shared his view that Muslim immigrants pose a grave danger to Western culture.

More broadly, the mass killings in Norway, with their echo of the 1995 bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City by an antigovernment militant, have focused new attention around the world on the subculture of anti-Muslim bloggers and right-wing activists and renewed a debate over the focus of counterterrorism efforts.

In the United States, critics have asserted that the intense spotlight on the threat from Islamic militants has unfairly vilified Muslim Americans while dangerously playing down the threat of attacks from other domestic radicals. The author of a 2009 Department of Homeland Security report on right-wing extremism withdrawn by the department after criticism from conservatives repeated on Sunday his claim that the department had tilted too heavily toward the threat from Islamic militants. [...]

Marc Sageman, a former C.I.A. officer and a consultant on terrorism, said it would be unfair to attribute Mr. Breivik’s violence to the writers who helped shape his world view. But at the same time, he said the counterjihad writers do argue that the fundamentalist Salafi branch of Islam “is the infrastructure from which Al Qaeda emerged. Well, they and their writings are the infrastructure from which Breivik emerged.”

“This rhetoric,” he added, “is not cost-free.”
Do you see the narrative starting to emerge?  "Domestic radicals" and "dangerous homegrown extremists."  These are the types of groups that are easily infiltrated and manipulated, so they would be easy to use in the next FALSE FLAG here in the United States.  I doubt they would try setting up an anti-Zionist, 9/11 Truth activist, because they know we are right in our analysis of the situation, and trying to frame one of us would bring far too much attention to the (accurate) things we are saying.  Just a thought.  I could be wrong.

The article continues, pushing the "domestic radical" threat:
In 2009, when the Department of Homeland Security produced a report, “Rightwing Extremism,” suggesting that the recession and the election of an African-American president might increase the threat from white supremacists, conservatives in Congress strongly objected. Janet Napolitano, the homeland security secretary, quickly withdrew the report and apologized for what she said were its flaws.

Daryl Johnson, the Department of Homeland Security analyst who was the primary author of the report, said in an interview that after he left the department in 2010, the number of analysts assigned to non-Islamic militancy of all kinds was reduced to two from six. Mr. Johnson, who now runs a private research firm on the domestic terrorist threat, DTAnalytics, said about 30 analysts worked on Islamic radicalism when he was there.

The killings in Norway “could easily happen here,” he said. The Hutaree, an extremist Christian militia in Michigan accused last year of plotting to kill police officers and planting bombs at their funerals, had an arsenal of weapons larger than all the Muslim plotters charged in the United States since the Sept. 11 attacks combined, he said.

Homeland Security officials disputed Mr. Johnson’s claim about staffing, saying they pay close attention to all threats, regardless of ideology. And the F.B.I. infiltrated the Hutaree, making arrests before any attack could take place.

John D. Cohen, principal deputy counterterrorism coordinator at the Department of Homeland Security, said Ms. Napolitano, who visited Oklahoma City last year for the 15th anniversary of the bombing there, had often spoken of the need to assess the risk of violence without regard to politics or religion.

“What happened in Norway,” Mr. Cohen said, “is a dramatic reminder that in trying to prevent attacks, we cannot focus on a single ideology.”
See here for more.

Speaking of the Norway attack, Wayne Madsen has a phenomenal article arguing that it is time to crack down on Mossad terrorism.  Gee, ya think?!
Israel’s most secret and tried-and-true weapon is the “false flag” terrorist attack.

State-sponsored terrorism is defined by Encyclopedia Britannica as the “systematic use of violence to create a general climate of fear in a population and thereby to bring about a particular political objective [and] is employed by governments -- or more often by factions within governments -- against that government's citizens, against factions within the government, or against foreign governments or groups.”

On July 22, a bomb, said to be an Oklahoma City-type explosive device, crafted with fertilizer and diesel fuel, blew up in downtown Oslo, Norway, in the heart of the government district. Shortly thereafter, a man dressed in a Norwegian police uniform opened fire on a Labor Party youth camp on the island of Utoya in Tyri fjord. Access to the island was by boat only. Over 100 people were killed in the twin terror attacks.

Almost immediately, the world’s corporate media began pushing the story that those who were responsible for the blast and mass shooting were associated with “Al Qaeda” and other radical Islamist groups. CNN’s Washington, DC chief anchor Wolf Blitzer, a former spokesman for the powerful American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) lobby and a correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, began his late afternoon program by pointing to “Al Qaeda” and radical Islamists as the chief culprits for the terrorist attacks in Norway.

CNN paraded out a number “experts,” in actuality, propagandists for the Israeli agenda linked to neo-conservative outlets and the Pentagon’s “terrorism industrial complex,” before the cameras to advance the radical Islamist meme even as Norwegian authorities pinned blame on the attack on at least one perpetrator, a Norwegian named Anders Behring Breivik. CNN constantly showed footage of frightened people in downtown Oslo running for their lives from the site of the blast, as well as still photograph of a pall of light-brown smoke over downtown Oslo. Of course, CNN’s intention was to evoke memories of the 9/11 attack in Manhattan. [...]

Mossad is a master at false-flag terrorist attacks designed to alter perceptions and punish opponents of Israeli policy. The fingerprints of Israeli intelligence are all over the 9/11 attacks on the United States, the 3/22 train bombings in Madrid, the 7/7 transit bombings in London, and, now, the 7/22 attacks in Norway… While the Israeli-influenced corporate media has droned on and on about the dangers of Islamist terrorism, it is now obvious that the major threat to public safety comes from the State of Israel, a rogue nation that does not hesitate to murder the innocent to achieve its sordid political aims.

It's being reported in the Israeli daily Haaretz that Israeli leaders are meeting to discuss whether or not to apologize to Turkey for murdering innocent Turkish (and American) civilians in last year's flotilla:
A forum of the senior-most Israeli eight ministers will meet today in Jerusalem to decide whether to accept the draft of an agreement for ending the diplomatic crisis with Turkey.

As part of the proposed deal, Israel will apologize for operational failures that led to the deaths of nine Turkish citizens during the stopping of a Gaza-bound flotilla in May 2010.

Ministers Avigdor Lieberman and Moshe Ya'alon are opposed to the apology, while their colleagues Ehud Barak and Dan Meridor support it. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will risk a coalition crisis with Yisrael Beiteinu if he favors the apology.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterated over the weekend his position that, in order for relations between Israel and Turkey to thaw, Israel will have to apologize, pay compensation to the families of the casualties and lift the siege on the Gaza Strip.

The Turkish leader hinted yesterday that if the efforts at reconciliation with Israel fail, he will visit the Gaza Strip from Egypt. 
"Operational failures" do not lead to the calculated murder of people on board a ship that is carrying nothing more than basic foodstuffs, toys and other civilian items.  What a crock of shit coming from Haaretz here.   The Israelis deliberately murdered these courageous activists last year to send a message to any future protestors: see what will happen if you try fucking with us?

What happened to real men and women who are not afraid to stand up for their country, and go to war when their people are blatantly murdered in cold blood by psychopaths?  We seem to be lacking in that department these days, at least when it comes to the cowards and criminals running this government, and apparently the Turkish government.  If someone punches you in the nose, tells you it was an "operational failure" yet continues to do it, and you demand an apology without beating the crap out of that person, there is only one word that describes you: coward.  Mr. Erdogan, you are a coward.

Ynet News of Israel is reporting a pretty interesting story.  "Friends of Israel" are requesting that Israel stop doing something that is in their DNA: being an absolute lawless, criminal enterprise that does whatever the hell it wants to whoever the hell it wants:
Various countries have sent secret messages to Israel informing Jerusalem that they are aware that Mossad agents are using their passports in overseas operations, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Thursday.

The countries, all friends of Israel, demanded to halt all use of such passports in messages to Israeli embassies and as part of the consular discourse.
Hey Israel, please stop being a dick and stealing our citizens passports to use in assassinations, FALSE FLAG terrorism and other atrocious atrocities. Don't worry, we won't make a big deal about it, but really, haven't you stolen enough already?  Thanks!

We have a bunch of spineless pussies running the affairs of this world that are absolutely afraid to stand up to these psychopaths in Israel. It's getting really old.   


  1. I fully agree.


  2. I knew you'd be on board Mouser! I'm wondering when this obvious information is going to penetrate the mainstream....

  3. The killings in Norway “could easily happen here

    Threat or musings? Most likely the former.

    MOSSAD wouldn't need to set off a nuke or 'dirty bomb' in some American city, they might accidentally kill some 'Chosen Ones.'

    But send in a hit team to some youth camp and start blasting away, my God, the American public would be screaming for blood...Muslim blood.

    The Zionist MSM would already be prepped with pictures showing swarthy looking, ME/SW Asian types with scowls on their faces who most likely, would be Israeli Jews filmed in MOSSAD HDQ's in Herzliya... the same psyops that happened hours after the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11.


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