Ecccoautist’s analysis of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Red Ice TV

Excellent analysis here by Ecccoautist that raises a lot of very relevant questions and interrogations.

La vérité sur Anders Breivik: C’est un nazi…

Un article récent de Robert Spencer, éditeur du site web Jihad Watch fait la lumière sur le personnage d’Anders Breivik. On se rappellera que le 22 juillet 2011, Breivik avait fait feu sur des dizaines de jeunes rassemblés sur l’île d’Utoya en Norvège, faisant 77 morts et beaucoup de blessés. Dans un manifeste, « 2083: Une déclaration d’indépendance européenne « , Breivik avait présenté sa vision politique. En gros, il y fait le diagnostic que l’Europe est menacée par une invasion islamique et que les gauchistes, loin de combattre cette invasion, la facilite. Or, Breivik, présentement en prison, aurait dernièrement modifié son discours. Spencer rapporte qu’il aurait avoué avoir concocté son manifeste afin de discréditer les contre-djihadistes, dont la réputation serait à jamais entachée par les meurtres qu’il allait commettre. À l’époque, j’avais écrit un article sur le sujet, rédigé en anglais, où j’émettais des doutes sur toute l’affaire. Cela me paraissait un coup fourré d’intérêts liés à l’Union Européenne afin justement de discréditer tous ceux qui sont critiques envers soit l’immigration, les musulmans, l’Union Européenne, son leadership politique, etc. La campagne de dénigrement des patriotes qui a suivi a été telle que il faut bien avouer que la manœuvre a réussi parfaitement. Quand on y réfléchit bien, tout cela fait du sens maintenant. Car quelqu’un qui combat l’islam, le djihad ou les musulmans ne fera jamais quelque chose d’aussi stupide que de tirer sur sa propre population. Si un individu se sent attiré par la violence, il fantasmera plutôt nécessairement sur ceux qu’il perçoit comme étant l’ennemi, pas sur des jeunes gens encore innocents, ignorants et sans expérience. La stupidité de la gauche est sans doute très énervante j’en conviens mais ce n’est pas la gauche qui est l’ennemi, même si elle est complice. Encore une fois, les médias, tentacules du Ministère de la Vérité sont tombés dans le panneau et je ne peux que me jeter des fleurs…puisque j’ai vu juste dès le départ.

Mass murderer Breivik reveals himself a Nazi

Double jeu et manipulations des services secrets allemands: Le cas de l’Algérie et du FLN

La chaîne de télévision Arte a diffusé un documentaire le 22 janvier dernier sur l’indépendance de l’Algérie et le rôle joué par le FLN. On y apprend que, selon les services de renseignement de la République Fédérale d’Allemagne, la rupture du barrage de Malpasset à la hauteur de la localité de Fréjus (France) aurait été causée par le FLN. À ce sujet, les sites fdesouche et Le Monde se sont grandement étonnés de cette information et leurs analyses se sont concentrées sur ce seul fait.

Or, en ce qui me concerne, la fine pointe du documentaire présenté par Arte se situe dans la révélation que l’indépendance de l’Algérie et le développement du mouvement révolutionnaire du Front de Libération National semblent avoir été supervisés et appuyés par les services secrets ouest- et est-allemands. Et en raison de quel motif? Essentiellement afin de diminuer l’influence française en Afrique du Nord et sécuriser des sources de pétrole pour l’Allemagne, qui n’en possède pas sur son propre territoire, rappelons-le.

Aussi, souvenons-nous que les forces de l’Axe durant la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale, Allemagne, Italie et Japon, n’ont pas connu de révolutions populaires contrairement aux pays Alliés. Cette guerre mettait en scène en quelque sorte d’un côté des pays ayant connu des révolutions populaires (France, Grande-Bretagne, États-Unis et Russie) les ayant conduits vers la modernité, et de l’autre des pays où les lignées monarchiques et aristocratiques s’étaient à peu près maintenues en dépit des changements politiques. Peut-on penser que l’Allemagne se sente contrainte de prendre le parti de populations n’ayant pas connu de révolution de type française ou bolchévique afin de les préserver d’une trop grande « modernité »? En tout cas, l’indépendance de l’Algérie et la montée du FLN se révèlent une curieuse préfiguration du « Printemps arabe ». L’Iran a lui aussi connu son « printemps » en 1979. Mais quel printemps doit-on évoquer lorsque l’on entend parler de l’implication des services secrets allemands, de la participation de djihadistes payés par le Qatar et du support financier, politique et parfois militaire des États-Unis? Décidément, ce « printemps » n’a rien d’arabe.

Secret Service agent Abraham Bolden speaks about JFK assassination

This speech by Abraham Bolden is very revealing. It confirms what Russ Baker has written in his marvelous book Family of Secrets. Bolden, the first African-American man to serve for the Secret Service has quite an interesting story to tell. Bolden served during the Kennedy years and was named by Kennedy himself on the White House beat. He says that the Secret Service was openly racist in those years, toward blacks at least, and that its agents were frustrated toward Kennedy for hiring a black man. Some agents were saying privately that they wouldn’t do anything to defend the President and that he would soon be « taken care of ». Apparently, he was not eager enough for some people to invade Cuba and needed to be replaced by somebody who would be. Bolden heard that a hotel maid reported having seen a room equipped with riffles and maps of the President’s itinerary. This itinerary for a Chicago visit in the fall of 1963 was similar to the following Dallas visit on November 22nd 1963. Bolden tried to speak about it, before and after the assassination. According to him, reports have been changed to cover for the perpetrators of the assassination. For example, an incident involving the security of the President that occured on October the 27th 1963 was retyped to November the 28th 1963. Because Bolden didn’t shut his mouth, he was arrested and tried on bogus charges, and sent to a mental hospital.

Stalin wouldn’t have done it better. This speech was given recently. It expresses for me the true nature of JFK, completely different from the propaganda that the people who engineered this coup try to make us believe. A recent book published by Random House and titled Once Upon A Secret, by Mimi Alford, is a good example of such propaganda and smear attempts. Thanks to Russ Baker for having unearthed this piece of truly revealing information. Here is the article on whowhatwhy.com where you can listen to the speech. Baker gave several interviews to radio host and antifascist researcher Dave Emory. To access these interviews, see this post.

Secret Service Vet With Very Strange JFK Story

Ayers and Dohrn, Barack Obama, the death of Andrew Breitbart and the rise of Third Position fascism

(06-08-2012) N.B.: Before I let you read the article, here are a couple of points that I posted on SpitfireList.com on May 20th 2012 as a response to some criticism about the article from the website host. These remarks should serve as caveat, precisions, to be able to put into context the core of the text. I admit that this article was a reckless attempt, not necessarily successful, to explain and put into context something rather difficult to conceptualize. In the end, I think Obama is a good man but he is surrended by people who are not and who are trying to seize the occasion to do harm. Here it is:

Thanks for these remarks. I will clar­ify a few points just to be sure we agree on my posi­tions con­cern­ing Obama and the rest. Maybe the writ­ing of my arti­cle could be improved to reflect that.

First, I have never said that OBAMA killed Bre­it­bart or that he wanted to kill him. He nev­er­the­less signed, if I am not mis­taken, an Exec­u­tive Order that legal­izes tar­get­ted assas­si­na­tions of Amer­i­can cit­i­zens. Some­body else could have done it. Maybe.

Sec­ond, I have never said that Obama was third posi­tion. It is rather the crowd sur­round­ing him and with whom he evolved that gives me that impres­sion. For me, the Chicago milieu is bad and breeds rad­i­cals. But the right is not any bet­ter, of course.

Third, I agree, the Weath­er­men were prob­a­bly agent provocateurs.

Fourth, con­cern­ing Israel, reli­gious Zion­ism is prob­a­bly wrong as you say, but we must not for­get that Israelis face anni­hi­la­tion not only since 1922 (that’s 1917 in fact- Ed), year of the Bal­four Dec­la­ra­tion, but since the begin­nings of Chris­tian­ity. John Loftus’s The Secret War Against the Jews remains, for me, the best tool to under­stand the sit­u­a­tion. When the fate of the Jews is secured, the state of Israel is secured, we will have plenty of time to crit­i­cize Zion­ism and Netanyahu or any other politi­cian in place. I don’t like Netanyahu court­ing right-wingers, but there is not much of a choice. Obama is not favor­able toward Israel and the U.S. has only two parties…

Fifth, yes, Obama is very dif­fer­ent from Bush. Ide­aly, if we could com­bine the best of the two in just one can­di­date, that would be great. But unfor­tu­nately, it doesn’t work like that it seems.

I kept it brief and I hope it clar­i­fies things.

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The recent death of Andrew Breitbart has opened a Pandora’s box. The controversy has raged over the fact that he was very vocal during the whole month of February about releasing, on March 1st, some tapes that would irremediably hurt Barack Obama and seriously undermine his chances to get re-elected. Apparently, the videos show Barack Obama during his college days with radicals. The fact that he died only hours before having the occasion to do so, has led many in political circles to ask themselves whether or not Breitbart could have been eliminated. The sudden heart attack that brought him down is seen by certain people as possibly only the official version of the story. Well, we may never know what really happened. However, this event has opened a rift, so to speak, in the political analysis spectrum, and now certain connections from the past emerge on the surface. A first tape has been released on March 7th. It shows Barack Obama during his college days at Harvard University endorsing and hugging Derrick Bell, a controversial professor who expressed radical leftist ideas about race. The hugging part of the video was censored at the time of the Presidential Election to avoid doing any damage to Obama’s campaign.

A thread is common and I want to present it to you. Kevin Coogan, a marvelous author, has written a book titled Dreamer of the Day: Fran­cis Parker Yockey and the Post­war Fas­cist Inter­na­tional. This book presents the political philosophy of Francis Parker Yockey, a post-war fascist political thinker. In a nutshell, Yockey wanted to breed a new kind of fascism where nazism/fascism, communism and Islam would merge, along with elements characteristic of Third World sensibilities, to create a new form of fascism that didn’t exist before WWII. Uniting the Far-Left and the Far-Right, with the Iran of the Ayatollahs and the Nation of Islam, was a priority and a goal in itself for him. Lire la suite

Le reportage de l’émission Enquête sur les opérations Mr Big: À mi-chemin entre les techniques policières et les opérations clandestines

Ce reportage de l’émission Enquête de Radio-Canada sur les opérations policières de type « Mr Big » laisse un goût amer. On aurait pensé, dans un pays comme le Canada où supposément la démocratie libérale se porte bien, que ce genre de tactiques ou de méthodes policières sont utilisées plutôt rarement. Eh bien, non. Il semblerait qu’elles soient fréquentes. Les deux cas présentés dans le reportage, celui d’Alain Perreault, et celui de Sebastian Burns et Atif Rafay, nous montrent comment certains corps policiers canadiens utilisent ces techniques pour pouvoir incriminer des suspects dans des dossiers où les preuves sont difficiles à obtenir. Ils « vont à la pêche », autrement dit, et cela leur permet presque toujours non seulement de porter des accusations mais aussi d’obtenir des condamnations. Dans le dossier de Sebastian Burns et Atif Rafay, vous aurez l’occasion de voir mon collègue Daniel Laprès, qui a suivi le dossier de près, sans jeu de mots, pendant plusieurs années.

En gros, je dirais que ce genre de techniques me semble dépasser largement le cadre du mandat des forces policières, qui est celui d’accumuler des preuves concernant des crimes qui ont été commis, pour ensuite procéder en cour lorsque le procureur estime qu’il y a suffisamment de matériel pour accuser quelqu’un. Avec les opérations de type « Mr Big », on se retrouve dans un monde où les opérations policières normales côtoient l’univers lugubre des opérations clandestines des services de renseignement et le monde du crime. Cela nous rappelle à tous, peu importe qui nous sommes, en ces temps de descente dans les bas-fonds du fascisme, que personne n’est désormais plus en sécurité. Avant, il suffisait à un individu de payer ses impôts, de ne pas commettre de crime, de travailler, de ne pas emmerder ses voisins, pour avoir la paix et ne pas avoir d’ennuis. Mais plus maintenant. Ceux qui dirigent la société, avec tous leurs sbires et collabos, peuvent décider, n’importe quand, au moment où cela fait leur affaire, de monter une opération contre quelqu’un pour le foutre en prison. Plus personne n’est en sécurité et ça, ce n’est pas la faute à ben Laden. Le problème se situe plutôt entre les deux oreilles de nos élites politiques et économiques. Mais à quoi bon suivre et obéir à toutes ces lois si l’on peut se faire « framer » à tout moment par des scénarios de cinéma? Lire la suite

Interview with Russ Baker on the Peter B. Collins Show

Listen to this terrific interview with Russ Baker, author of Family of Secrets and founder of WhoWhatWhy.com, a website dedicated to the pursuit of true, unimpaired and non-co-opted investigative journalism. Peter B. Collins receives him in his « secret » studio for a friendly conversation on subjects related to his work as a « forensic journalist ». Among different topics, the bin Laden case gets their immediate attention as Baker explores various issues and questions that he has concerning the timing, framing, engineering and crafting of the operation, and the communication or rhetorical job that was done by the Administration afterwards. For example, Baker notes that as the official version kept changing constantly, it was a clear sign that the story was in fact scripted, which opens many options in terms of what really happened in the first place. The DNA test, the burial at sea, the behavior of bin Laden when the operation occured, the behavior of women in the compound and several other elements lead Baker to raise serious doubts concerning the veracity of what we are being told by Washington. You know that I, for myself, was a skeptic form the start, as you may have read it in this earlier post written 48 hours after the events. Also, Baker proves again that he is a great person to have on board for a radio host and Collins, as usual, offers all the space his guest needs to share with us his inner thoughts, in this case on the killing of bin Laden, which resumes itself in the end to be one of the most important PSYOPS in decades. Baker also touches on the subject of private Bradley Manning, the man who allegedly dumped a series of files to the WikiLeaks website. Baker comments on Manning in a way to make us realize that he is not really a whistleblower, like other observers have also said in recent past. I also propose to you a series of articles by Baker posted on WhoWhatWhy, that deal with the bin Laden execution to help you continue your study. As well, for a review of Family of Secrets, you can visit this page here.

Interview with Russ Baker

12 questions about bin Laden

More questions on bin Laden

Evidence on Abbottabad

Pat Condell on Osama bin Laden’s death

Yeah, my favorite Big Mouth strikes back. It is always a pleasure to hear a brave and intelligent man speaks his mind, so here he is again on what used to be the most wanted bogeyman on Earth. He suggests a very interesting lead for future investigations though, and that is that all the money which the United States is giving to Pakistan is, in fact, protection money to « convince » them not to drop the bomb on anyone, and not on the U.S. Nevertheless, it didn’t stop local A.Q. Khan network to sell reactor parts to North Korea, Iran and Libya… So maybe it wasn’t enough… It definitely deserves further study, I think.

The symbolic execution of Osama bin Laden: a reverse 9/11 and the burial of the most wanted bogeyman

Well, it was due to happen one day or another. After all, its hard to have a bogeyman walking around free and not catch him. According to the official version, bin Laden has been hiding in a compound in Pakistan for years. The CIA, with the help of a courier who had access to the building, located him. So the President gave the order for the assault. After the execution, his body was allegedly transported to the sea where he was given to it in respect, or so we are told, to Islamic practices.

Well…I have a few questions, as many of us have. First, how come that the most well financed and organized intelligence agency in the world, or at least supposedly, the CIA, can’t find Osama bin Laden immediately after 9/11? How come it took them 10 years before being able to locate him? In an earlier post, I presented you a few extracts of one of late William Cooper‘s radio show The Hour of the Time. In that show, Cooper makes the case that a CNN reporter was able to find Osama bin Laden in June 2001, with a camera crew, but that the CIA couldn’t find him nevertheless, with all their resources. Don’t you find it strange? And don’t you find it strange too that the CIA, knowing at that point where bin Laden was, didn’t do anything to capture him before 9/11? The CNN reporter could have led the CIA to bin Laden’s cache, case closed. But apparently, it was not that important to catch bin Laden after all. Second, if in fact he was hiding in Pakistan, what is the level of involvement of the Pakistani government, military or intelligence service in this? If that’s the case, they were definitely playing behind our backs, but that would be consistent with the ISI modus operandi anyway. Third, the Americans can’t produce the body… How convenient. Also, the Administration said it can’t produce any photographs of bin Laden’s body because these might be too graphic and bloody and could thus inflame reactions in the Muslim world. Again, how convenient. No body, no photos. In a court of law, these proceedings would be turn down. Any violent death and its cause has to be authenticated by a coroner. The Special Forces proceeded with a burial at sea, supposedly to be in conformity with Islamic Law. It made the body disappear however, so it is impossible for anyone to confirm and authentify the identity and death of the world’s most famous bogeyman. A few reactions came already from the Muslim world saying that this burial at sea was not at all in conformity with Islamic Law. 2000 years ago, the body of Jesus was snatched and now it is bin Laden’s body that is. Are they trying to tell us something here? Fourth, the Administration said that a DNA test was performed and that bin Laden’s identity was confirmed at 99,9%. However, according to a Canadian doctor in my area, apparently a DNA test takes 3 weeks to complete. So? How come they managed to have the results in just a few hours or minutes after the « death »? Lire la suite