San Bernadino Shooting America in the Foot

Unlike a slew of nitwits who assumed facts on the recent shooting in San Bernadino I have been waiting for some facts to surface before speaking up. It turns out that Muslim jihadists were to blame, not crazy white men as many gun control advocates jumped to believe. Additionally these folks were being watched by the FBI? Stellar monitoring skills, clearly.

Apparently the shooting coincided at a place where active shooter scenario drills have been performed monthly for some time. According to the LA Times when a women saw the activity durig the shooting she texted "Drill started." Also, the Washington Times reported the couple behind the shooting recently travelled to Saudi Arabia and were meeting with four others in the US who were watched by counterterrorism officials.

So despite the virtual obliteration of privacy and surveillance on America this attack happened. So what is the point if it results in a complete failure?

More gun control will not solve the issue as the guns were obtained llegally to boot. Two amendments on expanded background checks applying to guns in private sales and online purchases failed to pass in the Senate. The White House is considering an Executive Order to bypass Congressional approval. In the clip below a reporter asked if stricter gun control would have prevented the shooting and White House press secretary Josh Earnest replied, “Of course not.”

Something stinks. Like the visa process the shooter Tashfeen Malik went through giving a fake address and previously declaring loyalty to IS on Facebook. The State Department spokesperson Elizabeth Trudeau replies to a reporter in the video below that she is satisfied with the their work. Perhaps the point of the terrorist watchlist is to watch them perform acts of terror? Then strip Americans of more rights each time.

Great job invading Iraq on false pretenses and facilitating this virulent strain of Al-Qaeda. Without ISIS a flesh eating parasite would not be able to fluorish from dumping all the bodies in the street. Nor would the military industrial complex be able to thrive and the dimishing of security and privacy fo all.

ISIS bans Nike brand, sounds like Arabic for "sex"

Instead of the sweatshop dependent practices of the brand Nike being a problem, or part of the Great Satan of the USA, Nike is banned by ISIS for sounding too much like "sex" in Arabic. This article states, "The punishments for both seller and buyer of Nike goods range from a small fine to imprisonment or whipping." I am sure I could write all day about unusual aspects of ISIS and strange rules they have.

Here is another article from RT, ISIS have fetish for kinky underwear, Viagra, and ‘abnormal sex’ – report. There are all sorts of rules against clothing that shows anything considered sexual or even using words believed to be sexually explicit.

Any organization is bound to be corrupt. It would be legit to see a movement in the Arabic world to recognize the aspect of Quran that is unfortunately all too ignored. 30:32 "(And do not be) of those who have divided their Deen and become sects, every faction rejoicing in what it has." This article discussing that part of the Quran says "the verses that call for unity often get ignored and are replaced with scholarly opinions that promote sectarianism." I believe there is similar ignored guidance in the origins of Christianity.

Clintons made tons of cash while Shillary Clinton was Sec. of State

A new book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Richexposes a tendency for large amounts of cash paid to the Clinton's who then seem to have made decisions benefiting the sources of the money. Of course with the two-party system construct the Clinton's and allies can write off the book as a right-wing attack. This is pretty goofy in the sense that the political spectrum is so narrow in the pro-wrestling-ish drama of politics today. They are all part of the political wrestling business where they do not attempt to actually hurt one another, nor do they openly admit their scheme to anyone outside the circle.

Historically, “Of the 13 [Bill] Clinton speeches that fetched $500,000 or more, only two occurred during the years his wife was not secretary of state.” Bill Clinton made $13.3 million for speeches in 2011 alone. The article also notes ties with the conflict in Ukraine:

from 2009 up to 2013, the year the Ukrainian crisis erupted, the Clinton Foundation received at least $8.6 million from the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, which is headquartered in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, calling into question whether the donations were an attempt to curry favor from the US State Dept. Several alumni of oligarch Pinchuk's program have already graduated into the ranks of Ukraine’s parliament, while a former Clinton pollster went to work as a lobbyist for Pinchuk at the same time Clinton was working in government.

Another unusual example cited Hillary changing her position as Secretary of State on Columbia, after millions of donations to the Clinton Foundation from a Columbian oil-company she changed her positions and supported a US-Columbia trade deal. Another layer of questionable practices came from McClatchy noting Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates gave $40 million in donations to the CF. All of those countries are involved with terror funding and human rights violations. The Wall Street Journal reported $68 million in CF donations from "elite donors with close ties to foreign governments and state-run companies while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state."

How do these practices not appear to be a payoff to a member of the existing government mafia? The CF is revising its policies in the midst of this press fallout which is a clear admittance of questionable practices that a unlikely to do anything to retroactively remedy those donations. It will be useful funds in Hillary's second run for president, just one layer of the unfair competition in US elections.

If you are interested check out this old school character Norman Dodd who discussed revelations he had as director of research for the thwarted attempt at a congressional investigation into the activities of tax-exempt foundations.

Norman Dodd was interviewed in 1982 by G. Edward Griffin regarding the time he spent as the head researcher for the Reece Committee. This is a truly eye opening look into what the tax exempt foundations are doing in the United States - their attempt to merge the Soviet System of Government with the USA.

Defense industry twice as lucrative than S&P 500

Despite S&P 500 having 30 percent in growth the past two years the defense industry is twice as lucrative, "Dow Jones U.S. Aerospace and Defense Total Stock Market Index has grown at double the rate of the S&P, increasing in value by 60 percent." With the continued spread of the War on Terror it is unlikely such booming business will stop. Certainly there must be some in that industry of "defense" who have no interest in peace.

Montana law prevents federal militarization/minionization of police

Montana Governor Steve Bullock just signed into law House Bill 320 which helps insulate their law enforcement from becoming tools for the Federal government and prevents bribing with military grade weapons. This trend of re-purposing military weapons to American police is part of the 1033 program. If bills like this were passed at the local and state level cross country only the National Guard or the military will use these tactics creating a more cut and dry picture of tyranny in America.

The elite are certainly more comfortable with the continued awareness the internet can grant to the population of police brutality, injustices that result and the false flag attacks that have promoted a slew of unjust wars overseas producing demand for such weaponry. The resulting upheaval of a corrupt government can only be suppressed by force, otherwise the will of the people may achieve some real change.

This article cites specifically from the law:

Section 1 of the new law declares:
A law enforcement agency may not receive the following property from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government:
(a) drones that are armored, weaponized, or both;
(b) aircraft that are combat configured or combat coded;
(c) grenades or similar explosives and grenade launchers;
(d) silencers; or
(e) militarized armored vehicles.
Section 2 sets additional barriers along the road toward federalization:
If a law enforcement agency purchases property from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government, the law enforcement agency may only use state or local funds for the purchase. Funds obtained from the federal government may not be used to purchase property from a military equipment surplus program.

FBI, stops another terror plot it created, good job!

For anyone paying attention to post-911 terrorist plot thwarting record of the US government instead of the wide array of ball handling statistics in the world of sports, the government has been setting up various terror threats and patting itself on the back for "stopping" them. In the latest example of this an FBI agent was providing terrorist-type literature, namely The Anarchist Cookbook Al-Qaeda's magazine "Inspire" and to its patsies. In response to the heinous plot, California Senator Diane Feinstein suggested this proves we need to censor the internet more. This is in spite of her previous attempts back as far as 1997 to get The Anarchist Cookbook banned though it is protected free speech, and was rebutted by the Department of Justice. She has nothing to say apparently about how this plot was constructed by the FBI itself, just jumps on the opportunity to be a tyrant. Feinstein's husband Frank N. has not released a public statement to my knowledge. The article points out Senator Feinstein is incidentally informing people of the existence of TAC just like the FBI agent did!

NYPD Anti-Terrorism Officer Caught on Film Terrorizing Driver

An Uber passenger caught abusive language and threats doled out against his driver from NYPD's Detective Patrick Cherry, member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force. Cherry says, "The only reason why you’re not in handcuffs and going to jail, and getting summonses in the precinct, is because I have things to do. That’s the only reason that’s not happening, because this isn’t important enough for me. You’re not important enough.” Apparently he is part of efforts to terrorize people. Asking real hardcore investigative questions like "How long have you been in this country?"

For once the Mayor of New York City was forced into making the following statement  “There’s just no place for any public servant to use discriminatory or negative language ... I’m saying that not having seen the nuances, not having seen the exact language, but I’ll state the obvious principle.”

US allows ISIS fighters to return and "Wait and see what they do"

The FBI Director James Comey says that known ISIS fighters can return to the US where they "will track them very carefully." I am not convinced that is wise idea and find it unimpressive the tracking skills of government agents such as when unwilling informant Rachel Hoffman disappeared during a supervised drug sting and was found executed. Or how about a more relevant example of the underwear bomber terrorist who was on a watchlist and bypassed security without a passport as reported by witnesses? Judge Andrew Napolitano points out that "there’s a statute called providing material assistance to a terrorist organization" and "that is more than enough evidence for him to arrest them upon their re-entry to the U.S.."

Obama to send troops after ISIS if they acquire nukes

Will the burden of proof be a painstakingly accurate as the Bush administration's claims of WMDs in Iraq? Below is a great compilation of bullshit from that propaganda campaign. As Bush said, you got repeat things to "catapult the propaganda." These shameless lying demons even lie about the lies they previously made when caught red-handed! When revealed to be liars they play dumb so they do not come of as exploitative maniacal psychopathic manipulators.

UK-Somali relations tainted by corruption, oil & weapons

A UN based arms embargo against Somalia was lifted to help fight Al-Qaeda. Brilliant. A recent UN report analyzed relations between Britain and Somalia claiming continued corruption is the predominant style of government operating there.

The report claims 70-80% of the weapons are being diverted to the open market. The current president Hassan Sheik Mohamud allegedly has an advisor, Musa Haji Mohamed Ganjab, who allegedly conducted arms deals with the militant jihadist group Al-Shabaab. They both deny any relation or role in these accusations. Al-Shabaab merged with Al-Qaeda in 2012 as announced online in a video. It's predecessor, al-Ittihad al-Islami (AIAI), was partly funded by Osama Bin Laden according to the CFR. Al-Shabaab has been behind massacres of non-muslim and blamed for "killed international aid workers, journalists, civilian leaders and African Union peacekeepers." The UN has done nothing to replace the restrictions just ask them to "improve its compliance."

Somalia's corrupt politicians known to support radical jihadists with arms are given guns normally not allowed to them so they can supposedly fight Al-Qaeda. The insanity doesn't stop there, involving nuclear waste dumping offshore and illegal pillaging of their fisheries. 

Britain has pledged millions to "rebuild" the country which translates as neo-colonialist meddling to me. Recently a UK-based oil firm received the green light to drill in Somalia.

A little background history on Somalia is useful, as it is for the subjects of any news story. The government collapsed in 1991 opening their shores to some real pirates. Without a coast guard the fisheries have been pillaged by profiteers devastating Somalia livelihoods. Nuclear waste dumped offshore sickening its people. So-called pirates evolved from former fisherman to profit on ransom of 25,000 ships in transit to or from the Gulf of Aden. Those who participate in these ransoms live well and are revered in communities for their large bankrolls. The rate of recruiting and hijackings are accelerating.

Somalia has recently been deemed by UNICEF to have the highest child mortality rate in the world, 180 deaths per 1,000 births as of 2010 and worsening. The UNICEF report states "Six areas in southern Somalia have been declared famine zones." Furthermore, "Even before this current crisis, one in six children was dying before their fifth birthday. ... There is no doubt that Somalia is one of the toughest places for a child to survive.”

So there is some of the real story on what is happening in Somalia. Spread the word that bashing struggling fishermen is absurd.

NSA Reform Bill Defeated

Instead of putting restrictions on the panopticon the abstract threat of terrorism was sufficient in the Senate to prevent undermining the fourth amendment against unreasonable search and seizure. Currently the NSA documents everything. Anyone in "the know" did not need to hear about Edward Snowden having preemptive awareness in Operation Echelon among other previously called conspiracy theories of mass surveillance. The bill barely lost by two votes and would have stopped blanket data collection of people who are not suspected of any specific crime. Instead, we are all suspected criminals!

The terrorists the US and other master manipulators helped create are useful to justify depriving Americans of freedom we are supposedly spreading across the globe. Apparently freedom does not include privacy.

Perhaps we should just go shopping so the terrorists do not win as Bush suggested immediately after 9/11. Buy "shit you don't need with money you don't have" as George Carlin noted. If we keep shopping and slaving to pay debt or be consumed by it, we couldn't possibly learn anything useful and remain mentally inferior and dependent on an abusive paradoxical and hypocritical system. Imagine if you knew foreign languages and could communicate with people with vastly different viewpoints and travel with ease? If only I did that rather than collect ball-handling sports cards and comic books.

'ISIS! 9/11!' NSA reform bill killed in US Senate over terror fears

 

US lost $500 Million of weapons/equip in Yemen

"Yemen was supposed to be the success story for the White House," as the article notes. It was not. The War On Terror would better be called a War of Errors. As for some mistakes there is plenty of ground to speculate whether they were intentional or not.

The effort for regime change was meant to not involve sending in US troops and instead weapons, equipment and training. It is doubtful the public would have let another full scale invasion fly.

Everywhere we go to fight "terror" becomes a major migratory destination for radicalized Muslims, a lasting result of Cold War proxy war strategy. See the film "The Power of Nightmares" for a legit breakdown on the evolution via the tinkering of factions within the US government that got us to where we are now. 

The Power of Nightmares 1-3 by Adam Curtis, BBC

[RT] 'Compromised & gone’: Pentagon lost $500mn of weapons, equipment in Yemen

Pope justifies religious violence?

Leaked Pentagon vid: viruses to modify behaviour

The speaker says they narrowed fanaticism theoretically to a gene that can be modified with a virus inserted into a vaccine thus making the target a "normal" person. Basically GMOing people to make them compliant with regime change. I think there is a vast array of factors contributing to so-called fanaticism in the countries we are occupying or in ideological opposition to corporate and government agendas.  Not to mention the applications here in the US. I wonder if this technology would effect sports fans, AKA fanatics.

The plan is to spread the virus by introducing it to the respiratory system.

One participant asks the speaker if he should have a CT scan with him to help evaluate whether or not to put a bullet in the head of a suspect. Go to 1:25 in the video to skip the Anonymous intro.


Small planes used to collect cell phone data on Americans

This short two-minute segment from ABC discusses the use of small aircraft mounted with faux-cell towers referred to as dirt-boxes to ping devices and identify everyone in range of the flight path. The term dirt-box is interesting since it is likely collecting dirt on random Americans. The military and police even use fake cell towers on land to track people.

So-called conspiracy theorists were ripped on for knowledge of warrantless spying in the USA and have gotten scarcely any recognition for being ahead of the curb. With the advent of smartphones tracking people, listening and using their cameras has reached unprecedented levels of surveillance. Many cell phones have no ability to even remove the battery, the one sure way to know a device is off.

Justifications for sacrificing privacy for security have been layers ranging from rapists and drug users to the endless abstraction of the war on terror. Society is a disturbed and unnatural construct as a result of various forms of oppression and exploitation. A monetary system based on debt insures failures to fester. The lamestream media use of advertising effectively creates a slew of viewers who have a void in their souls they think must be filled with products and pills. Add to that the tendency for control freaks to commit false flags to give further cause for control. Certainly there will be no end of issues in society that can be used promote the validity of these schemes as we approach a complete electronic panopticon. People do change their behavior when being watched nullifying the argument as noted by Glenn Greenwald in this TED Talk "Why privacy matters."

Glenn Greenwald was one of the first reporters to see - and write about - the Edward Snowden files, with their revelations about the United States' extensive surveillance of private citizens. In this searing talk, Greenwald makes the case for why you need to care about privacy, even if you're "not doing anything you need to hide."

Psychopathic Blackwater driveby shooters convicted of murder

More charges to follow. They reportedly bragged about it later. They indiscriminately shot numerous civilians and faced 14 murder charges, injured 17 others and many other layers of crimes. Of course they are going to fight the verdict with more charges to follow after further deliberation. This is just what has been agreed on. The showed no remorse afterwards and were "high-fiving and slapping people on back as if he had just won a big football game."  No surprise these type of results abroad in the faux war on terror with the epic police brutality regularly exposed towards American citizens. They all appear to be white boys, smiling outside after the verdict. We will see if the charges stick or quietly are dismissed later on. Here is an excerpt from the article:

The jury of eight women and four men deliberated for 27 days before convicting Nicholas A. Slatten, of Sparta, Tennessee., of first-degree murder. The panel also convicted Paul A. Slough of Keller, Texas of 13 counts of manslaughter and 16 counts of attempted manslaughter; Evan S. Liberty of Rochester, New Hampshire of eight counts of manslaughter and 12 counts of attempted manslaughter; and Dustin L. Heard of Knoxville, Tenn. of six counts of manslaughter and 11 counts of attempted manslaughter, the Washington Post reported. Slough, Liberty and Heard were also convicted of using military firearms while committing a felony.

Blackwater guards convicted in 2007 Baghdad shooting

US government won't release torture photos to "protect troops"

If truth would endanger troops then we shouldn't be doing this crap. I think the government is hiding behind the "troops" rather than saying their hidden agenda will be endangered.

Obama admin withholding 2,100 US military torture photos

UK PM says questioning gvnt like joining ISIS

This is the extreme absurd abstraction of a thought criminal. Don't believe the official story, then you are a terrorist. It was definitely not a stretch after the Patriot Act. Anyone dumb enough to believe the British Monarchy puppets we supposedly we fought to be free from, is a terrorist to the idea of freedom. Dissent will not be tolerated. As Bush himself said, "you are with us, or you are with the terruh-rists."

Here is a report with United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron's remarks.

Met Police warn people that viewing extremist material in wake of Islamic State's killing of journalist may be a terror offense but experts say prosecutions are unlikely.

Here is a relevant documentary on the shadiness of the 7/7 bombing in the UK, 7/7 Ripple Effect.

Here is an expanded and updated version 7/7 Ripple Effect 2.

Syrian civilians killed in airstrikes

Supposedly this will help fight ISIS, but as I have noted in numerous posts it is a bogeyman of US foreign policy promoting perpetual war for agendas not apparent to the average person. Even if this whole charade was truly portrayed then I don't think "it is the thought that counts" or "A for effort" will make it any better.

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"Defense" industry making a killing on killing

Pun intended and appropriate in this case... It is also ridiculous double speak to call this industry "defense." The English language is such a joke in the lamestream vernacular.

They are spending $1.3 billion a week in Afghanistan! What counter market can help people make a living and work together to be self-sufficient and sustainable without all this globalist NWO meddling? Perhaps something like Smart Fruit as explained here by Bill Hicks.

The UN says global poverty has doubled in the last 30 years. In the last 10 years the US has spent over $1 trillion on its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The immortal Bill Hicks shows how technology for waging war could be used to solve global poverty.