FTR #337: Protocols of the Elders of Oil

Dave Emory’s FTR #337 continues the ongoing analysis of the 9/11 blitzkrieg that began in FTR #325 and forward. Among the many highlights of the show, we find Silvan Becker, a Verfassungsschutz Agent that was killed in Libya; the mention of a few publications that place Saudi oil in the midst of a political intrigue that prevented investigators and FBI agents to properly do their job in the 9/11 case; the project leaded by Unocal and negociated with the Taliban to have a pipeline bringing oil from the Caspian Sea; that Osama bin Laden was seeking to replace the House of Saud as the prime example of Wahhabism and that the Saudi chief of intelligence, Prince Turki bin Abdul Aziz, was his mentor; that Crown Prince Abdul­lah of Saudi Arabia warned George W. Bush that U.S. policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was considered unacceptable. The show also presents other relevant elements, such as the role played by the Carlyle Group.

Anders Behring Breivik: A sweet candy for the Left and useful fools…but too good to be true

Jes’ that I have a lot to say about this manifesto! First of all, let me clarify a few things. Looking at the « facts » to begin with, as usual, I don’t buy the official story. It is utterly improbable that this guy could have acted alone. Like in the case of the Oklahoma City bombing and countless of other similar acts, the « lone nuts » as we have come to call them have operated in teams, for the simple reason that it is complicated to organize and do such coups in terms of logistics for a start. In effect, in a tree nuts always come with a lot of brothers and sisters. In all probabilities, there were several shooters on that island to account for such casualties. Also, for me, the bombing of the governmental building in central Oslo is a separate operation from the shooting at Utoya. Yet the press and the police are trying to make us believe a ridiculous story where Anders Behring Breivik, the alleged killer, has taken a transport to go from the city of Oslo to Utoya island, with heavy ammunitions. Remember that he shot for an hour and a half, that’s a lot of bullets… As well, the official story says that he has fabricated the bomb that blew the federal building in central Oslo with fertilizer… You see, he lives on a farm… When you are a farmer, that’s the kind of things that you have, fertilizer, and if you don’t, you won’t eat very fat with your farming… Besides that it is heavy, again. Bombers try to find the smallest but most powerful explosives they can find, not something that you need a whole truck just to carry.

Another thing that is striking in this case is the manipulation of data that seems to have been taken place. According to a finding made by the webmaster of Postedeveille.ca, the tags « christian » and « conservative » have been added to the killer’s Facebook page. By who? I don’t know but it smells like a set up, a frame up, a masquerade. Lire la suite

Margaret Wente on the Freedom Flotilla: A ship of useful idiots

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Well, this time, you got it right. This article by Margaret Wente is honest and represents a good job of journalism. That I can respect. Ok, I admit that last time I may have burned a few fuses when I blogged about Patrick Martin’s documentary  Inside Hamas. I was so infuriated by what appeared to me as a nasty peace of propaganda that I couldn’t resist denouncing it ferociously. That was duty as a responsible citizen to do so anyway. Next time I will try to remain more cool, but you have to admit that you, The Globe and Mail, pushed really far our tolerance and patience. It is one thing to express an opinion but it is another to take people for fools. With that article, we can see that Wente took the time to assess the situation and the basic facts, and the whole thing is balanced and credible. I can’t understand why Martin didn’t put the same efforts to bring similar results in his documentary in the first place. You know what? I think Wente should share notes with Patrick Martin… Judging by their respective views on the Israeli-Palestinian situation, it looks as if they are not talking about the same conflict. Overall, I will say it is good reporting. I am happy to see that there are still people with good judgement at the Globe. The second article has been published by the National Post last week on the subject and it goes around the same lines. The two articles complete each other very well.

Margaret Wente on the Freedom Flotilla

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The Economics of 9/11. When greed becomes high class virtue: social darwinism on the horizon

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Much has been said and discussed about the various hypotheses related to the engineering of 9/11, in terms of concrete, physical means. Controlled demolition, nano-thermites, beams of energy, wired buildings, etc, every possible lead has been explored, including the one of the official narrative. Because it entails a much deeper, complex set of evidence and pieces of information, I will discuss this aspect of the subject in a later post. However, for the moment, let’s be aware that very little has been said about the financial or economical dimensions of 9/11, which are in fact extremely important for the comprehension of what happened on that date.

As it is often the case, I rely for that matter on the research of the excellent anti-fascist radio host Dave Emory. To begin with, to set the scene, one thing that has to be cleared right away is that there are powerful elements in western society, including America, who are in business joint ventures with the Muslim Brotherhood. The MB, as an entity, has a corporate capitalism doctrine based on the teachings of Ibn Khaldun, a medieval Muslim philosopher. Because of that, members of this reactionary group have been identified as dignified business partners by these same elements of our society who advocate economic laissez-faire policies. In other terms, what we also call free market capitalism, or used to call fascism in the ’30s and ’40s, is now in league with Islamists to impose by force their economic and financial model over the world, at the expense evidently of local populations who only demand for democratic reforms, freedom of speech and respect of human rights. In that regard, the situation is comparable to what happened during WWII, when U.S. and other western corporations did business with Nazi Germany while U.S. and allied troops were dying on the battle field fighting against them. Lire la suite