Tuesday, December 29, 2015

US Soldier: “The Real Terrorist Was Me And The Real Terrorism Is Iraq's US Occupation”

US Soldier: “The Real Terrorist Was Me And The Real Terrorism Is This Occupation”

A powerful confession by US soldier Mike Prysner on his experience fighting in Iraq.
“Our real enemies are not those living in a distant land whose names or policies we don’t understand; The real enemy is a system that wages war when it’s profitable, the CEOs who lay us off our jobs when it’s profitable, the Insurance Companies who deny us Health care when it’s profitable, the Banks who take away our homes when it’s profitable. Our enemies are not several hundred thousands away. They are right here in front of us.” – Mike Prysner

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Obama’s “Worst Nightmare” Realized As Chinese Troops Flood Into Syria


Obama’s “Worst Nightmare” Realized As Chinese Troops Flood Into Syria
Chinese army

In "The European Union Times" writing today that the people's Republic of China has received from the Syrian Arab Republic approval to commence placement in the military zone of the Levant up to 5,000 elite military.
Among which first of all inspire fear "Siberian tigers" from Zinczenko military district, and "Night tigers", from Lanzhou military district.

The direction of the Chinese elite forces in Syria were authorized yesterday by the National Assembly of China once adopted the first anti-terrorist law.

The fact that the Chinese province of Xinjiang borders on eight States:
Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Populated province of Xinjiang numerous non-Chinese peoples, among whom the most numerous are the Uighurs, they are Muslims, turbulent and uplifting countless uprisings.
Many Uighurs are currently fighting in Syria on the side of the Islamists, it is the members of the "Islamic Movement of East Turkestan".

"The European Times" called the news "a nightmare for Obama."

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The greatest theft ever....Halliburton's Iraqi Bonanza

The greatest theft ever....Halliburton's Iraqi Bonanza

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5 July 1961 the company changed its name and became known as Halliburton Company.

In 1962, Halliburton acquired its long-time partner of the company "Brown & Root" (later Kellogg Brown & Root, now KBR) possessed great political power. [2]

In 1964 opens the Halliburton research center in Duncan, Oklahoma with an area of 46 000 sq. m. the Company began to experiment with new technologies: since 1956 the company began to apply integrated computer network in the fields - the first in the industry. In 1966, expanded the research center in Duncan.

In 1968, Halliburton is developing a unit for automatic mixing of drilling fluids, mainly for use on offshore platforms.

In 1969, Halliburton begins the construction of the base at Prudhoe Bay in Alaska.

In 1975 in response to growing concern about the safety of the environment Halliburton starts working together with the nonprofit organization, Clean Gulf Associates on the issues of combating the effects of the oil spill. In 1976, begins its work Halliburton Energy Institute in Duncan, which appeared platform for the dissemination of technical information in the industry.

In 1980 he opened the Halliburton Research Center in Duncan, state of Oklahoma. In 1983 was used by the company billionth sack of cement (standard for USA - 46.6 kg) in the framework of the provision of services related to well cementing. In 1989, Halliburton buys a company Gearhart Industries (provide services on wireline logging and perforation), which was merged with its subsidiary Welex, on the basis of which subsequently formed a division of Halliburton Logging Services.

In the 1980s, the company began to work in China and became the first American organization, which started operation in Chinese oilfields.


In 1991 he opened the office in Russia, at Moscow, commenced operations in Western Siberia. The main Russian office is in Moscow. Production base and regional offices are located in Usinsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Novy Urengoy, Noyabrsk, Nefteyugansk, poykovskiy, Tyumen, Sakhalin and Buzuluk.

During operations in the Persian Gulf division of the company Brown & Root Services participated in extinguishing more than 700 wells in Kuwait.

1993 the company started its work in Turkmenistan, participated in such large projects as "dragon oil Ltd", Petronas, Carigali SDH BCD", "Burren resources Ltd", "Maersk line oil B. V.", "Gulf oil and Gas FZE UAE". At the moment in Turkmenistan Halliburton provides services for the project South maps of eloten, working as a contractor at the company "GOG FZE UAE" directional drilling and, drilling fluids, and also supplies equipment and materials. The head office is located in the city of Ashgabat. Main production base is located in the city maps of eloten. There is also an office in, Mary.

1994 — the opening of an office in Kazakhstan where he participated as a contractor in such major projects as Tengiz (Atyrau region, the company "Tengizchevroil"), Dunga (Mangystau region, the company "Maersk oil"), Kashagan (Northern section of the Caspian sea, the operator of the "North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC)") Karachaganak (West Kazakhstan region, the company "Karachaganak petroleum operating"). The head office is located in the city of Atyrau. Main production base is located in the city of Aktau. There are also offices in Aktobe, Kyzylorda, Aksai, Almaty and support base operations at the oilfield Kumkol (Kzylorda area), Alibekmola (Aktobe region), in the city of Aksay (West Kazakhstan oblast).

In 1995, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the company becomes Dick Cheney.

In 1998, there is a merger with Dresser Industries, which was comprised of KBR. Prescott Bush was a Director of Dresser Industries, his son George Bush senior worked for the company until 1951, before he founded his own company, Zapata Corporation.


In 2006, the company has realigned its work into Eastern and Western hemispheres and in 2007, divided we offer services in two areas: "the Drilling and evaluation of formation parameters and the Injection and extraction".

2009 — opened office in Ukraine, Kiev.

2009 — Halliburton deploys base and begins operations for drilling, cementing and stimulation of wells in Iraq.

In 2014, Halliburton announced takeover of Baker Hughes for $ 35 billion.

Kellogg Brown and Root

Kellogg Brown and Root, also known as KBR Engineering & Construction, is a unit of the Halliburton Company which provides military support services. The Federal Contractor Misconduct Database has ranked KBR as the 29th largest government contractor whose contracts total to a value of $2277 million.[1]

Formerly known as Brown and Root Services, KBR was scrutinized in 2000 by the GAO for overcharging and providing unnecessary services in the Balkans.
Balkans Support Contract is the largest contract for services to U. S. forces, representing about $2 billion in contract costs spent in the Balkans since December 1995.[1]

Brown & Root's open-ended logistics contracts from the Army and Navy --indeed much of the military privatization campaign -- are grounded in a 1992 study the company did for the Defense Department that several analysts said formed the template for privatization of logistics for a downsized U.S. military. Soon after the company delivered the classified study, which reportedly concluded that the Pentagon could save hundreds of billions of dollars by outsourcing, Brown & Root won its first competitively bid logistics contract.

Vice President Dick Cheney was defense secretary when the first Brown & Root study was done, and he became chief executive of its parent company, Halliburton, when he retired.

Source: Los Angeles Times; January 24, 2003 Pg. 1;"Privatized Army In Harm's Way" By Mark Fineman, Times Staff Writer

Largest receiver of non-competitive defense contracts

Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR), formed as an offshoot of parent company Halliburton in 2007, is the largest recipient of defense contract funding as of March, 2013. KBR privately provides military support services which were once operated by the U.S. military. Over the past ten years KBR has received $39.5 billion in Iraq-related contracts much of which came without having to bid against competing firms. A $568 million contract to provide housing and food services for soldiers led to a Justice Department lawsuit filed in 2010 by whistle-blowers for never being put up to bid by the Army and under suspicion of kickbacks. 

As stated by Business Insider:[2]"Even without the graft, the costs of paying for these services are higher than paying governement employees or soldiers to do them because of the profit motive involved. No-bid contracting -- when companies get to name their price with no competing bid -- didn’t lower legitimate expenses. 

(Despite promises by President Barack Obama to reel in this habit, the trend toward granting favored companies federal contracts without considering competing bids continued to grow, by 9 percent last year, according to the Washington Post.)"
Instances of misconduct

The Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD) has ranked KBR as the 29th largest federal contractor with 30 filed instances of misconduct and an additional 20 pending cases. FCMD reports the total misconduct dollar amount at $213.7 million. The range of misconducts include but are not limited to: [1]
Overcharging the Government
Violating the Anti-Kickback Act
Exposing troops to unsafe water conditions
Breaching contract
Sexual assault
False claims
Sexual harassment

Spin Off?

The New York Times reports on 24 Sept. 2004 that KBR has become more trouble than it's worth to Halliburton, and that a spin-off is being considered, citing "investigations into its activities in Nigeria and Iran and by sizable asbestos claims."
Among Halliburton's most pressing concerns are investigations by French, American and Nigerian officials into KBR's role in an illegal payments scheme for its work on a liquid natural gas project in Nigeria in the 1990's at a time when Mr. Cheney was Halliburton's chief executive.
The Department of Justice is also investigating Halliburton's activities in Iran, where it operates through a loophole allowing it to remain there despite American sanctions limiting business in that country cost overruns at a project for Brazil's national oil company Halliburton's accounting practices on contracts were the focus of an inquiry by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company settled the case earlier this year, neither admitting nor denying wrongdoing, but agreeing to pay $7.5 million.

Pentagon auditors questioned possible overcharges in Iraq by KBR Damage Control for "Iraq for Sale"

In October 2006, filmmaker Robert Greenwald and his production studio, "Brave New Films" (BNF), released a new documentary that was highly critical of Halliburton's work in Iraq. The movie was titled, "Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers."

In late September, O'Dwyer's reported that "Halliburton's KBR engineering and services unit has launched a strike against the documentary. ... Halliburton posted a statement on its website, claiming the movie is 'nothing more than a theory in search of a conspiracy.'" [2]

O'Dwyer's wrote: [3]BNF tried to interview Halliburton CEO Dave Lesar for the film. It sent four emails and made four phone calls to Cathy Mann, Halliburton's director of communications, attempting to arrange a meeting. She did not respond to any of those contacts, according to BNF. Melissa Norcross, KBR PR supervisor, did return an email to say that Lesar was not available for an interview.This website emailed Mann, asking why she did not respond to BNF. She referred the site to Halliburton's statement. Norcross could be reached about whether any Halliburton or KBR execs have viewed the movie.


The Army has hired Kellogg, Brown and Root to provide housing accommodations for approximately 100,000 soldiers in Iraq ($200M) through a long-term contract of December 2001 called the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP).
Brown and Root won the first five-year LOGCAP contract in 1992, but lost the second to rival DynCorp in 1997 after the GAO criticized the Army for not adequately controlling contracting costs in Bosnia. [4]
Other LOGCAP orders have included pre-invasion order to repair oil facilities in Iraq; $28.2 million to build enemyprisoner-of-war camps; and $40.8 million to accommodate the Iraqi Survey Group, which was deployed this spring to find hidden weapons of mass destruction.

Los Alamos National Laboratory announced Aug. 9, 2002, the award of a site services support contract to a team led by Kellog Brown and Root, Inc. The laboratory's largest contract, LANL reported the 5-year deal to be worth $700M.

KBR wins new Iraq contract ... a new US army contract to help repair Iraq's dilapidated oil industry, BBC/UK, January 16, 2004: "Parsons Iraqi Joint Venture and Worley Group also will share in the $2bn (£1.1bn; 1.6bn euros) worth of work. ... KBR will develop Iraq's southern oil fields, while Parsons and Worley will work together in the north of the country."

KBR is a joint venture partner along with MPRI, Wackenhut and AGS in the civilian police training company Civilian Police International, LLC which is under a State Department contract for $1.6 billion to work with the Civilian Police and Rule of Law office in coordination with the United Nations training emerging police forces around the world. [5]

January 24, 2006, KBR was awarded a contract by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the Department of Homeland Securityworth "a maximum total value of $385 million over a five-year term" to provide "for establishing temporary detention and processing capabilities to augment existing ICE Detention and Removal Operations (DRO) Program facilities in the event of an emergency influx of immigrants into the U.S., or to support the rapid development of new programs." [6]
Related Sourcewatch Resources
External links

"Outsourcing War; An inside look at Brown & Root, the kingpin of America's new military-industrial complex", Business Week Online, 15 September 2003 (also at ICH).
Marian Wilkinson, "Hell's kitchen", Sydney Morning Herald, May 22, 2004.
Michael Shnayerson, The Spoils of War, Vanity Fair, no date. KBR, Corps of Engineers and Bunnatine (Bunny) Greenhouse.
Jim Hightower, Halliburton Goes After Whistleblower, On the Air, October 3, 2005.
Bunnatine Greenhouse: Biography, NOW - Politics & Economy, PBS.org, October 13, 2005.
Neely Tucker, A Web of Truth - Whistle-Blower or Troublemaker, Bunny Greenhouse Isn't Backing Down, Washington Post, October 19, 2005.
"KBR Awarded US Department of Homeland Security Contingency. Support Project for Emergency Support Services," Business Wire(truthout), January 24, 2006.
"Bunnatine Greenhouse on Halliburton Contracts," PBS NOW, July 14, 2006.
"Halliburton Launches Counterattack on Film," O'Dwyer's PR Daily (sub req'd), September 27, 2006.

Jump up to:1.0 1.1 Federal Contractor Misconduct Database - KBR, Federal Contractor Misconduct Database, accessed June 3rd, 2013.
Jump up↑ Angelo Young,Former Halliburton Subsidiary Received $39.5 Billion in Iraq-Related Contracts Over The Past Decade, Business Insider, March 19, 2013.
Jump up↑ Board, Kellogg Brown and Root, accessed October 15, 2015.
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Monday, December 28, 2015

German film-the bomb of the events in Ukraine, the truth of the situation

German film-the bomb of the events in Ukraine, the truth of the situation and end goals of customers. Be warned! The film really shows footage of hell. But alas, not the mythical...

"The world is shrouded in a thick fog of lies. Lie all: someone stupidly exaggerates and escalates, and someone just rubs the stories in the TV softened brains. But to cold information war does not degenerate into a fratricidal hot, sometimes you just need to include them and analyze what he heard... 
Frames are 18+, but this is what pushed the US Most of Europe and now, as in the first two world wars. All of this has happened. But overseas the masters of the Pentagon and wall street all the little blood of Slavic children. They need more. They need a world concentration camp. World Of Auschwitz. And they will stop at nothing to maintain their power in this world. So that no one could raise his head in order to prevent them. 
This cannot be allowed!"

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Saudi Aggression Against Yemen.... Yemenis kill 42 Blackwater mercenaries than 80 Saudi-led troops

A Total War in Yemen Being Totally Ignored by Western Media and the UNSC..

A Total War in Yemen Being Totally Ignored by Western Media and the UNSC...

Author: Tony Cartalucci

US Weapons sales are booming in these conflicts

With almost a whimper, the Western media reported that the US-backed regimes of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and their auxiliary fighters drawn from Al Qaeda have begun carrying out what is the ground invasion of Yemen. Along with an ongoing naval blockade and months of bombing raids, the ground invasion adds a lethal new dimension to the conflict – for both sides.

Landing at the port city of Aden on Yemen’s southern tip, it is reported that an “armor brigade” consisting of between 1,000 – 3,000 troops primarily from the UAE are now moving north, their ultimate destination Sana’a, the capital of Yemen.

Columns of the UAE’s French-built Leclerc main battle tanks were seen moving out of the port city though their numbers are difficult to establish. Reports claiming that the UAE unit is brigade-sized might indicate as many as 100 tanks involved – a third of the UAE’s total armored force.

The bold move comes after months of frustrating failures for the two Arabian regimes. Their Yemeni proxies – loyalists of the ousted president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi – have proven all but useless in fighting Houthi fighters across most of Yemen despite air superiority provided to them by their Arabian allies. And while it appears the well-equipped Arab forces are able to concentrate firepower, overwhelming Houthi fighters in pitched battles, the ability for Saudi, UAE, and Al Qaeda forces to actually hold territory they move through is questionable at best.


The Roman Empire throughout much of its reign was feared as invincible. After suffering several major defeats, the veneer of invincibility began to peel and along with it crumbled inevitably their empire. Likewise, Western hegemony has been propped up by the illusion of military superiority on the battlefield. By carefully picking its battles and avoiding critical defeats, the West, and the US in particular, has maintained this illusion of military invincibility

As the US moves against nations with larger, better equipped and trained armies, it has elected to use proxies to fight on its behalf. Thus, any humiliating defeat could be compartmentalized.

However, by most accounts the war in Yemen is not only a proxy war between Iran and the Persian Gulf monarchies, it is one of several such conflicts raging regionally that constitutes a wider proxy war between the US and its regional allies on one side, and Iran, Syria, Russia, and even China on the other.

With the presence of Western main battle tanks in Yemen attempting to move north, the opportunity now presents itself to punch holes through this illusion of Western invincibility. Yemen as the graveyard for an alleged brigade of French-built Leclerc main battle tanks would be one such hole. It would also set the UAE’s extraterritorial military ambitions back, if not overturn them entirely, and finally, would leave whatever fighting was left in Yemen to the Saudis who have thus far proven incompetent.

Perhaps this is one of the many reasons the Western media has decided not to cover the events unfolding in Yemen.

Yemen Vs. Ukraine

One might ask how – in the context of international law – it is possible for unelected absolute autocracies like Saudi Arabia and the UAE to intervene militarily in Yemen with naval blockades, aerial bombardments, and now an overt ground invasion including armor columns to restore an ousted regime. This is done with seemingly little concern from the United Nations and with the enthusiastic support both politically and militarily of the United States.

The answer to this question becomes more confounding still when considering Western condemnation of Russia for any attempt to support or defend the ousted government of Ukraine, a nation now overrun by NATO-backed Neo-Nazi militias who in turn are backing a criminal regime in Kiev which includes foreigners assigned to cabinet positions and even as governors. Saudi and UAE military aggression in Yemen makes it increasingly difficult for the West to maintain the illusion of moral superiority regarding Ukraine.

Russia’s relative restraint when compared to US-backed aggression on the Arabian Peninsula exposes once again the pervasive hypocrisy consuming Western legitimacy.

This may be yet another reason the Western media refuses to cover the events unfolding in Yemen.

Responsibility to Protect…?

After NATO’s attempt to invoke the “responsibility to protect” (R2P) as justification for the destruction of Libya, it became clear that NATO was merely hiding behind the principles of humanitarian concern, not upholding them. And while it may be difficult to believe, there are still those across the Western media and policy think-tanks attempting to use R2P to justify further military aggression against nations like Syria.

However, R2P is conveniently absent amid what little talk of Yemen that does take place in the Western media. US-backed blockades and months of aerial bombardments have tipped Yemen toward a humanitarian catastrophe. Not only does both the UN and the West fail to demand an end to the bombings and blockades, the West has continued to underwrite Saudi Arabia and the UAE’s military adventure in Yemen.

The carnage and injustice visited upon Yemen serves as yet another stark example of how the West and its institutions, including the United Nations, are the greatest dangers to global peace and stability, using the pretext of defending such ideals as a means to instead undo them.

Considering this, we discover yet another potential reason the Western media’s coverage of Yemen is muted.

It remains to be seen how the Houthi fighters react to the ground invasion of Yemen by Emirati troops. Dealing severe losses to the UAE’s armor while continuing to weather aerial bombardment may see the stalling or even the withdrawal of this latest incursion. Not unlike the 2006 Lebanon War where Hezbollah fighters expertly used terrain to negate Israeli advantages in airpower and armor, forcing an early end to the fighting, the Houthis may yet answer this latest move by US-backed proxies operating in Yemen.

Perhaps this possibility above all, is why the Western media would rather the general public knew little of what was going on in Yemen. It would represent yet another conventional Western-equipped proxy army defeated by irregular forces in yet another failed campaign fought in the interests of Wall Street and Washington. While the Western media refuses to cover the events unfolding in Yemen with the attention and honesty they deserve, the conflict is nonetheless pivotal, and may determine the outcome of other proxy wars raging across the Middle East and North Africa, and even beyond.

Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazineNew Eastern Outlook”.

In Moscow today began the talks on Syrian situation between Lavrov and Kerry

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In Moscow began talks Lavrov and Kerry

The talks of Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry has begun in Moscow.

It is expected that the meeting will be the situation in Syria and the prospects of unification of efforts to combat international terrorism. Following the talks, the foreign Ministers of the two countries is expected to be adopted by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

On the eve of Kerry's visit, the Russian side indicated that she has a number of questions to Washington's position on these issues.

"When defining areas for joint U.S.-we, as before, guided solely by their own interests, including the challenge of strengthening its international security. This fully applies to the Syrian issue, on which Washington seeks support for American approaches, not always fit with international law. During tomorrow's talks in Moscow hope to gain from the Secretary of state the necessary explanations," — said on Monday the Russian foreign Ministry.

The Russian foreign Ministry reported that, in particular, will seek from the U.S. administration's revision to the policy, based on the desire to divide terrorists into "bad" and "good". "We count on a business conversation with U.S. Secretary of state", — stressed the foreign Ministry.

In Washington, in turn, reported that the Secretary of state will once again try to persuade Russia to join the international coalition led by the United States.

"He (Kerry — ed.) goes with the expectation that there will be preconditions for holding this meeting and negotiations," said assistant Secretary of the USA John Kirby.

The American side acknowledges the importance of Russia for resolving the Syrian crisis.

"The progress that has been made on the diplomatic front, could not be achieved without meaningful participation of Russian... Constructive participation of Russia in the negotiations (on Syria) has so far been useful, and I'm sure it will be part of the debate (Kerry in Moscow — ed.)", — said the official representative of the White house Josh Ernest.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Chemical agent Sarin smuggled from Turkey to ISIS – Turkish MP Testifies (EXCLUSIVE)

Chemical agent sarin smuggled from Turkey to ISIS – Turkish MP (EXCLUSIVE)

Published on Dec 14, 2015
ISIS terrorists in Syria received all necessary materials to produce deadly sarin gas via Turkey, a Turkish MP claimed, citing evidence from an abruptly closed criminal case. Speaking to RT, Eren Erdem said there is grounds to believe of a cover up. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/6zep

NATO to Vote on Accepting Islamic State as its Newest Member as US Demands it...

We’re all terrorists now

NATO to Vote on Accepting Islamic State as its Newest Member as US Demands it...

Sam Gerrans
Sam Gerrans is an English writer, translator, support counselor and activist. He also has professional backgrounds in media, strategic communications and technology. He is driven by commitment to ultimate meaning, and focused on authentic approaches to revelation and realpolitik. He is the founder of Quranite.com – where the Qur’an is explored on the basis of reason rather than tradition – and offers both individual language training and personal support and counseling online at SkypeTalking.com.

© Adrees Latif
The concept of terrorism has been extended from carrying out physical acts in which innocent people are killed, to wrong opinions, sweaty palms and disagreement with government. If you want to find a terrorist, soon all you will have to do is look in the mirror.
Words are political. They change shape to suite agendas.
In the 1970s, ‘terrorist’ meant a paid-up member of the IRA, the Irgun, ETA and the like. These were bad people perpetrating evil and indiscriminate deeds upon a defenceless public. They used bombs, worked in cells, and killed people without warning before fading into the shadows.
Although the UK had legislation specifically geared to deal with what is called terrorism on the books, people deemed terrorists, when they were caught, were prosecuted under existing laws – i.e. for actual crimes they had committed.
Bobby Sands, for example, who fought and died for the IRA cause, was incarcerated for nothing more sinister than owning illegal firearms.
Since 9/11 and the implementation of the so-called Patriot Act (and equivalent legislation in other countries), the definition of terrorism is itself becoming a source of terror.
As part of this process, we are being taught to live with the new nomenclature of ‘terror suspect’; that is you haven’t done anything wrong, but you might.
The Independent reports that: “315 terror suspects were arrested between September 2014 and September 2015, according to new figures from the Home Office.”
The same article continues: “[…] it seems what we are seeing is an increase in terrorism-related fear rather than terrorism itself – totally understandable of course in itself, but not when it leads to the kind of heavy-handed policing that can actually radicalize more people.
Read another way: the British Government is harassing increasing numbers of innocent people and generating both fear and the chance of more ‘radicalization’ thereby.

The no-fly list

The Huffington Post reports that one can be identified and placed on a ‘no-fly list’ for any number of reasons.
It tells us: “government officials have secretly characterized an unknown number of individuals as threats or potential threats to national security. In 2013 alone, 468,749 watch-list nominations were submitted to the National Counterterrorism Center. It rejected only one percent of the recommendations.”
This is nearly half-a-million US citizens in one year; this means they are finding almost 1,400 new American enemies a day.
The article goes on to list seven criteria government agencies use to put a person on a list. These criteria are vague and admit to the broadest and most subjective interpretation; in short they break down to: we don’t like the cut of your jib.
Yes, some life-failed bureaucrat you will never meet can decide – extra judicially – that you may not travel on an aeroplane.

The no-gun list

If there is to be no due process, why stop there?
Obama certainly agrees. The Guardian tells us: “Closing the No-Fly List loophole is a no-brainer,” Barack Obama tweeted on Tuesday, arguing that Congress should pass laws to prevent anyone on the government’s terrorist watch list from buying a gun.”
I see: the president calmly tweets that revoking the Constitution he swore to uphold is a “no brainer,” and we can all go about our business.

Terrorist events

Since Obama is so concerned with guns, he might want to do something about all the smoking guns that feature so prominently in the so-called terrorist attacks on US soil.
RT’s Marina Portnaya did a piece on the release of a report, which identifies the FBI as the mastermind of 95 percent of all domestic terrorism in the US.

Judge Andrew Napolitano, senior judicial analyst for Fox News, concurs. He tells us that of the 20 terrorist attacks the FBI claims to have foiled on US soil, three were thwarted by members of the public and the remaining 17 were masterminded and carried out by the FBI itself.

Who is a terrorist?

The so-called War on Terror is worldwide.
For its part, the French government is educating its population to spot a terrorist.
The Independent gives us these bonmots: “The French government has launched a campaign which appears to warn parents that their children may have been recruited by terrorists if they stop eating baguettes.”
Other tell-tale signs of nascent radicalism include deciding not to watch television.
US airport security staff operate on a much more scientific basis. The Telegraph reports on a leaked document revealing: “Excessive yawning, strong body odour and arrogance are among the suspicious signs that US airport staff are trained to associate with potential terrorists.”
Excessive yawning? Remember that if find yourself on a stopover in a US airport on a long-haul flight. Other warning signs include: “protruding or throbbing neck arteries, whistling, excessive laughter, and verbally expressing contempt for the screening process.”
The full list of 17 ‘fear factors’ staff are trained to spot include: arriving late for a flight, sweaty palms, and a pale face indicating the recent shaving of a beard.

More government

Naturally, the only rational response to this exploding bomb of suspicion is more government. Was there ever any doubt?
The UK government’s website tells you exactly what to do in the event of a terrorist attack: Step 1: run. Step 2: Hide. Step 3: Tell the authorities. Step 4: Wait for armed police to arrive (and keep your hands where they can see them). Step 5: Be ready for those authorities to point guns at you and treat you ‘firmly’ (i.e. brutalize you).
No mention of repealing UK gun laws so that British adults can defend themselves, of course.
Imagine what would happen to any real terrorist threat in Britain if one in three Britons carried a handgun.
No. What we need is more government; more intrusion by the very agencies that not only benefit from the events they pretend to protect us from (and use said events to take away our rights), but which – according to all objective analysis – are also central in bringing those events to pass.
So terrorism has morphed from real actions which killed people – the destruction of the King David Hotel by the Irgun or the Iranian Embassy siege – to intuitions about people, sweaty palms and the non-eating of French bread.
The simple definition for such a subjective and arbitrary application of power is this: tyranny.

Why stop there?

Since there is no place for principle or due process in this new tyranny, insanity must follow.
Under such a regime things just are because someone – in this case an opinion-leader – says they are.
For his part, supposed science guy Bill Nye makes a strong connection between what he calls ‘climate change’ and what he terms ‘terrorism’.
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The Huffington Post reports: “Nye's reasoning hinges on a water shortage in Syria, which researchers have blamed on climate change. As Nye explained, the shortage has stunted farming and pushed young people to look for work in more densely populated areas.
"Young people have gone to big cities looking for work. There's not enough work for everybody, so the disaffected youths, as we say - the young people who don't believe in the system, believe the system has failed, don't believe in the economy - are more easily engaged and more easily recruited by terrorist organizations, and then they end up part way around the world in Paris shooting people," Nye asserts.

The Independent breathlessly informs us that one of the country’s most senior advisers on health has warned: “Obesity is such a threat to women it should be treated as a "national risk" - like terrorism, natural disasters and cyber attacks.”
And Obama claims that the ‘climate change’ conference in Paris (the only outcome of which will doubtless be more government control for them and more taxes for us), offered the chance to show the ‘terrorists’ that the world was standing together against them.
Sound insane? That’s because it is; until we realise that none of this has anything to do with genuine science or actual terrorists – or if there is any correspondence it is purely coincidental.
We are living through a revolution, a play for total power; or in modern parlance: full-spectrum dominance.
And we have been here before. Last time round it was called Communism. It accused its critics of being counter-revolutionaries or reactionaries. And it murdered those people – and many besides – in their tens of millions.
This time round it is called Freedom.
And if you disagree with it, or don’t smile fast enough or wide enough – or suffer from body odour or weigh too much – today it can stop you from getting on a plane. Tomorrow it may deny you the right to defend yourself.
After that, it may decide on some new arbitrary method of protecting everyone else from you.
Still think your government is there to protect you?
I hope so.
Or you may be a terrorist.
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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has thousands of these Saudi Ministry top secret documents.

Saudi-leaks 32: Saudi Intelligence Agency Offers Unsolicited Aide to US against Iran's IRGC
Saudileaks 32: Saudi Intelligence Agency Offers Unsolicited Aide to US against Iran's IRGC
TEHRAN (FNA)- The documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May show that Riyadh has persuaded the US to place more Iranian IRGC commanders under its sanctions list.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

According to one of these documents, Mostafa bin Mohammad Habib Kowsar, the director-general of the Saudi foreign ministry for Asian States Affairs, in a letter to the deputy head of the ministry's department for bilateral relations has stated that he has received a telegraph from Khalid al-Tuwaijri, the Chief of the Royal Court of Saudi Arabia under King Abdullah, informing that Riyadh has come to realize changes in the IRGC's chain of command. 

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According to Kowsar's letter, Tuwaijri has proposed in his cable that the names of new IRGC commanders be added to the list of those Iranians who had been sanctioned internationally or unilaterally by the US which would lead to their travel ban and freezing of their assets.

The cable has also warned that Saudi Arabia doesn’t want to play an overt role in this regard and the information should be presented to the US officials secretively.

Kowsar has reminded in his letter that the measure will hit an efficient and preemptive blow at Iran and the political future of these new IRGC commanders, and will send them a direct message to caution them that they are under international scrutiny.

Kowsar also says that Tuwaijri wants the Saudi foreign minister to be informed of what the intelligence agency has proposed.

Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia's Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia's Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it "has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world".

The hackers' statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

"WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage," FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

"The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people," he added.