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The beheading psy-ops - Western foreign policy based on sheer propaganda

Beheading
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With a rash of "beheadings" sweeping the world, a horrified public is asked to see this depraved barbarity as The New Normal.

First we had the August "murder" on video of U.S. journalist James Foley, shown kneeling before a black-robed, masked figure brandishing a knife. Yes, even a rather small knife can do it (just as box-cutters can enable the hijacking of commercial airplanes). The perpetrator is identified as a member of the terrorist group ISIS (or IS or ISIL), which supposedly wants to install a new Islamic caliphate based in the region.

However, the video did not actually show the beheading, but faded to black at the appropriate moment. A subsequent frame purports to show Foley's head propped up on his headless body. This video was staged, however, as proved by numerous researchers, and even admitted in the British press.[1]

According to a report in The Telegraph:
...a study of the four-minute 40-second clip, carried out by an international forensic science company which has worked for police forces across Britain, suggested camera trickery and slick post-production techniques appear to have been used...no blood can be seen, even though the knife is drawn across the neck area at least six times.[2]
Nonetheless, the U.S. media continue to report this "beheading" as a real occurrence, over and over again, followed by another "beheading" of an American journalist, Steven J. Sotloff, in a video released in early September. This was supposedly a "second message to America" from ISIS: "Just as your missiles continue to strike our people, our knife will continue to strike the necks of your people."[3] This video too is problematic, with no blood in evidence before the scene fades to black.[4]
Bulb

The latest U.S. government lies: risk of Ebola airborne contagion

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We begin with the Public Health Agency of Canada, which once (as recently as August 6) stated on its website that:
"In the laboratory, infection through small-particle aerosols has been demonstrated in primates, and airborne spread among humans is strongly suspected, although it has not yet been conclusively demonstrated (1, 6, 13). The importance of this route of transmission is not clear. Poor hygienic conditions can aid the spread of the virus."
No more; the "airborne spread among humans is strongly suspected" language has been cleansed:
"In laboratory settings, non-human primates exposed to aerosolized ebolavirus from pigs have become infected, however, airborne transmission has not been demonstrated between non-human primates

Footnote1 Footnote10 Footnote15 Footnote44 Footnote45.

Viral shedding has been observed in nasopharyngeal secretions and rectal swabs of pigs following experimental inoculation."
Are we to suppose that very recent and ground-breaking research was conducted that indicated there is no longer reason to "strongly suspect" that airborne Ebola contagion occurs? Surely, the research was done three weeks ago, and we only need to wait another couple of days until the study is released for public consumption. Feel better now?

If not, perhaps the 9/30 words of the Centers for Disease Control accompanying the Dallas Ebola case will provide some solace. Or, perhaps those words just contain another pack of U.S. Government lies. Let's investigate.

Comment: More evidence that Ebola is airborne:
  • Ebola - What you're not being told
  • Another American doctor infected by Ebola even when not working with Ebola victims in Liberia


Santa

Whoops! Iraqi army 'accidentally' drops aid for ISIS instead of Iraqi troops

© Reuters/Axel Heimken
An Iraqi pilot accidentally dropped aid and ammunition into territory controlled by the Islamic State. They were intended to help government forces in the west of Iraq, but instead the blunder ended up aiding the enemy.

The mistake was confirmed by two Iraqi officials, who said the airdrop of food, water and ammunition was meant to take place in Anbar province. However, the inexperienced pilot got his bearings a little mixed up and unloaded the cargo in the wrong place, according to NBC News.

"Those soldiers were in deadly need of these supplies," said Hakim al-Zamili, an Iraqi MP. However they ended up benefitting the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS or ISIL) because of the "wrong plans of the commanders in the Iraqi army and lack of experience" among the Iraqi pilots.

A brigadier in the Iraqi army, who did not want to be named, said that the incident took place on September 19 and also bemoaned the lack of flight time and combat skills of some of the pilots in the air force.

They "do not have enough experience ... they are all young and new," the brigadier said.

Meanwhile in Syria in late September, US-led coalition airstrikes destroyed grain silos and other targets in parts of northern and eastern Syria dominated by the IS, killing civilians while only wounding ISIS fighters, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Comment: Either this was deliberate, or a genuine mistake that serves as a symbolic reminder of what is really going on with ISIS. They are wholly a means to an end: regime change in Syria, Iran, and ultimately, Russia. The U.S. has supported them for these purposes, and it strains credulity to think that the targeting of the grain silos, not to mention the oil refineries struck last week, are absolutely deliberate.

Pistol

Winchester lands $50M ammunition contract from Homeland Security

Bullet
© Mississippi Business Journal
Oxford - Winchester Ammunition, which has manufacturing facilities in Oxford, has won a five-year contract to produce ammunition for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Olin Corp. and its Winchester division have been awarded a contract worth up to $50 million to produce ammunition at its Winchester Centerfire Operations in Oxford for two DHS agencies.

"The Department of Homeland Security's wide-ranging border security and law enforcement missions require a significant amount of firepower, particularly for training. I'm pleased that Mississippi will be able to fill that need," said Sen. Thad Cochran (R-Miss.), who serves on the Senate subcommittee with jurisdiction over the Homeland Security Department.

The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract calls for the procurement of 40 caliber Smith & Wesson training ammunition, with a maximum dollar value of $50 million. The ammunition is intended for use by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) for field-level training.
Eye 1

Cameron on a psychopathic rampage, vows to terminate Human Rights Act

© Reuters/Darren Staples
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron delivers his keynote address to the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, central England October 1, 2014.
Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to terminate the Human Rights Act if the Conservatives are re-elected in Britain's 2015 general election. The controversial proposal has stoked the ire of civil rights groups across the nation.

Speaking on the final day of the Conservative Party's four-day conference, Cameron pledged to scrap the act and replace it with a British "bill of rights."

However, the prime minister did not explicitly confirm that a future Conservative government would withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights - a move that would have far-reaching repercussions for Britain's relationship with Europe.

But legal experts and civil liberties campaigners suggest the PM's pledge to repeal the Act could radically transform Britain's relationship with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

Kate Allen, head of Amnesty International, denounced the PM's controversial policy proposal, emphasizing that the Human Rights Act has historically been a bedrock of social, legal, and economic protection. "It's disappointing to hear the PM vowing to scrap the Human Rights Act when it has done so much good. We should be defending it," she said.

Comment: Cameron must be losing it. First, in his speech to the UN he says those who question the official story of 9/11 are as dangerous as the Islamic State. Then he goes on about scrapping Human Rights Act as described above and he also just let it slip that the poor are people "who we resent". Channel 4 News must have been tapping into something when they inadvertently tweeted, 'Cameron IS evil'!

Bad Guys

Video: The geopolitics of World War III or the real reason Russia and Syria are being targeted right now



Comment: Did you catch that last bit by the suit giving the talk on how best to get America into a war to pursue it's interests? This is a prime example of the psychopathic thinking that informs all that the U.S. is now doing around the world, domestically, and in the future.

What follows below is a transcript of the excellent video above, and includes the videos that were made reference to. If you've never seen them, they are worth the watch.


Contrary to popular belief, the conduct of nations on the international stage is almost never driven by moral considerations, but rather by a shadowy cocktail of money and geopolitics. As such, when you see the mouthpieces of the ruling class begin to demonize a foreign country, the first question in your mind should always be "what is actually at stake here?"

For some time now Russia, China, Iran, and Syria have been in the cross hairs. Once you understand why, the events unfolding in the world right now will make much more sense.

The U.S. dollar is a unique currency. In fact its current design and its relationship to geopolitics is unlike any other in history. Though it has been the world reserve currency since 1944, this is not what makes it unique. Many currencies have held the reserve status off and on over the centuries, but what makes the dollar unique is the fact that since the early 1970s it has been, with a few notable exceptions, the only currency used to buy and sell oil on the global market.
Snakes in Suits

Psychopathic mask of sanity slips: What David Cameron actually thinks of the poor - "This is who we resent."


Snake in a suit.
Unfortunate Freudian slip for David Cameron during his Conference speech today:

"This party is the trade union for children from the poorest estates and the most chaotic homes; this party is the union for the young woman who wants an apprenticeship; teenagers who want to make something of their lives - this is who we resent."

Footprints

Strong evidence links Right Sector and National Guard to mass graves in Ukraine

© still from Ruptly video
A Donetsk People's Republic militiaman is at the site of the graves of peaceful residents discovered near Mine 22 "Kommunar" outside Donetsk
There is irrefutable evidence that the National Guard and ultra-nationalist Right Sector fighters are responsible for the murder of people recently discovered in mass burial sites near Donetsk, eastern Ukraine said Russia's Investigative Committee.

"For those who have doubts regarding who's responsible for these murders, the Investigative Committee has irrefutable evidence - witness accounts and appropriate examinations - that directly indicates that this crime was committed by fighters from the National Guard and Right Sector," the committee's head Vladimir Markin in a statement on Wednesday.

The mass graves discovered in September near the city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine "are further eloquent testimony to the atrocities of the Ukrainian nationalists," Markin said, adding that "all of the victims were tortured before their murder."

The murders were described in detail in the testimony of a soldier from the 'Dnepr' battalion, Sergey Litvinov, detained in a Russian hospital as a civilian after he fled Ukraine, Markin said. Currently Litvinov is under arrest and is to be transferred to Moscow for further questioning, he added.
USA

Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner says U.S. planning to oust and kill her

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Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waves to supporters at Government House in Buenos Aires on September 30, 2014.
Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner on Tuesday charged in an emotional address that domestic and US interests were pushing to topple her government, and could even kill her.

Domestic business interests "are trying to bring down the government, with international (US) help," she said.

Kirchner said that on her recent visit to fellow Argentine Pope Francis - whose help she has sought in Argentina's ongoing debt default row - police warned her about supposed plots against her by ISIL activists.


Comment: More like U.S. agents.


"So, if something happens to me, don't look to the Mideast, look north" to the United States, Kirchner said at Government House.

Don't believe US: Kirchner

Just hours after the US embassy here warned its citizens to take extra safety precautions in Argentina, an aggravated Kirchner said "when you see what has been coming out of diplomatic offices, they had better not come in here and try to sell some tall tale about ISIS trying to track me down so they can kill me."

Argentina is still struggling with the aftermath of a default on nearly $100 billion in debt in 2001, with the two hedge funds it labels vultures battling the country in US courts.

But it has been blocked by US federal judge Thomas Griesa, who has ordered the country to first repay two hedge funds demanding the full $1.3 billion face value of their bonds.

Chess

Moldova the next clash between the West and Russia?

Moldova
Lost among the talk of Ukraine's Civil War and the ISIL threat is the coming Russia vs. West clash in Moldova.

The country is sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, and the region of Transnistria has been de-facto independent for about two decades already.

As Moldova leaps towards the EU (it signed the Association Agreement at the end of June), it is also running towards NATO, and the US has pondered whether or not to grant it major non-NATO ally status via the tentative 'Russian Aggression Prevention Act of 2014' floating around Congress.

The problem is that Transnistria does not want to go along with Moldova's vision of the future.

Instead, it has expressed its desire to politically and economically integrate with Russia, and over 1000 Russian peacekeepers are currently stationed there.

Comment: Western strategists are pursuing an obvious goal of pulling this traditionally friendly partner away from Russia. The activity of the foreign funds, information and political support and a number of issued preferences show how serious Brussels and Washington are as far as the young Moldavian state goes.

Technologies of Maidan were already applied in Moldova in 2009

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