Sunday, July 31, 2011

A View From Space, July 30, 2011

TOPICS: U.S. Debt, Anders Behring Breivik, the Knights Templar, U2's "The Claw", Sagrada Família, Greek Mythology, Problem-Reaction-Solution, Popes, Oslo/911/7-7 Attacks Similarities, Basque People, Basque Goddess Mari, Celts & Vikings, Rosicrucianism, Sir Francis Bacon, French and American Revolutions, Jaques De Molay, 3rd Temple, FDR, Atom Bomb

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Massimo Mazzucco - Coast to Coast am 07-13-2011

Italian filmmaker Massimo Mazzucco on Coast to Coast am 07-13-2011~ His documentary The NEW AMERICAN CENTURY extraordinarily exposes how every major war in US history was based on a complete fraud with video of insiders themselves admitting it themselves. His new film shows how US movie theaters have been used to broadcast propaganda; the white papers of the oil company Unocal which called for the creation of a pipeline through Afghanistan and how their exact needs were fulfilled through the US invasion of Afghanistan. He continues to show how "Halliburton under their "cost plus" exclusive contract with the US Government went on a mad dash spending spree akin to something out of the movie Brewster's Millions, yet instead of blowing $30 million they blew through BILLIONS by literally burning millions of dollars worth of hundred thousand dollar cars and trucks if they had so much as a flat tire." These lies of the past must be exposed so that one can understand the present.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Analyzing the Oslo attacks: terrorist event or false flag distraction?

Windows blown out by the blast in Oslo, Norway

The timing of this incident is quite interesting, and the somewhat irrelevant quotes from the Prime Minister of New Zealand in the following AFP article make it that much more intriguing.

As the sociopolitical tensions in Europe rise as the Euro falls and the debt crisis looms, another reminder of the ever-present al Qaeda boogeymen is presented to unite the people against an outside enemy.

Right after the news breaks that an Israeli spy ring was operating in New Zealand, yet again stealing identities, the Prime Minister refuses to comment and shifts the focus towards the other kind of global terrorism.

The false identities being gathered by the Israeli operatives were not going to be used to buy beer for under-aged kids, they would be used for “sensitive” operations like assassinations.

Why is was that not regarded as an act of global terrorism? Why was it not, at the least, investigated and regarded as such? When national leaders are bowing to foreign intelligence services, the entire world has a problem on their hands.

US President Barack Obama offered condolences to Norway after deadly twin attacks Friday and urged countries around the world to step up cooperation to combat terror.

Speaking during a meeting with New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key, Obama called the attacks “a reminder that the entire international community has a stake in preventing this kind of terror from occurring.”

“We have to work cooperatively together on intelligence and in terms of prevention of these kinds of horrible attacks,” the president said.


“The US has reached out to the Norwegian authorities to offer assistance, but there have been no specific requests from the Norwegians thus far,” Fulton told AFP.

New Zealand’s prime minister, in his meeting with Obama, also voiced his “sympathies and concerns” over the attacks in Norway.

“If it is an act of global terrorism, then I think that what it shows is no country, large or small, is immune from that risk,” Key said.

“And that’s why New Zealand plays its part in Afghanistan as we try and join others like the United States in making the world a safer place,” he said.

Read more here.

Immediately after the attacks, the Western media was able to draw links between the attack and the Anglo-American run al Qaeda.

A Washington Post article published today shows how confused the information is surrounding this attack.

The first paragraph begins with speculating that the attackers were a Kurdish militant group linked by the U.S. government to al Qaeda called Ansar al-Islam.

Yet, the American Ambassador to Norway, Barry White, relayed in an interview that no conclusions as to who was responsible had been drawn as of yet.

Immediately after this, there is an editor’s update that subsequent official reports have said that the attacker was actually a man from Norway.

This much is clear: no one really knows what is going on and wild speculation abounds. It never takes long for the mainstream media to find a group or individual to pin an attack on, even if there is no evidence to support it (September 11th, anyone?).

To muddy the waters even further, the Mayor of Oslo, Fabian Stang, told CNN that they were not even sure if the bombing and shooting were actually terrorist attacks!

As the President of the European Commission pointed out in the aftermath of these attacks, this is not an event one would expect to see in Norway.

Was this a genuine terrorist attack or was it yet another attack carried out by some element of the international intelligence community in order to draw attention away from the Israeli operations abroad, the looming financial crisis, the austerity measures being put in place in response to it, the massive daily swindling of public funds, and the crumbling support for the wars in Libya, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Yemen?

If this is indeed a terrorist attack there has yet to be any evidence presented proving such. If this is a distraction, it is a well timed and already effective one.

The much more deadly shooting attack that resulted in the deaths of at least 80 people, according to Norwegian police, has now been attributed to a Norwegian man named Anders Behring Breivik.

Apparently he is a right-wing domestic terrorist with no links to militant Islamic groups. It is quite convenient that the other attack could be pinned on a so-called “right-wing” extremist.

As I have pointed out in some past articles, the shift has been slowly moving away from Muslim patsies to domestic or “home grown” terrorists. In the United States, this target group has been people identifying themselves as a sovereign citizen.

It will be interesting to see what political ideology or religion they are able to demonize with this tragic attack carried out by a deranged killer.

Whatever it ends up being, we can rest assured knowing that his actions will be projected onto his beliefs, leaving a stigma with whatever he espouses for years to come. Just like Islamophobia is all-too-common around the Western world, we might start seeing conservatiphobia rear its ugly head as well.

We will have to wait and see before any concrete conclusions are drawn, but regardless of who was behind these sad events, they will be an apt distraction and talking point for those seeking to continue the farcical war on terror.

Analyzing the Oslo attacks part two: if it was a false flag, who was behind it?

One major point must be made first and foremost: these attacks were tragic, deplorable, horrific and deeply saddening. That being said, I believe we would be doing the deceased a disservice in not analyzing these events like any other. The individual(s) responsible must be brought to justice and only through massive independent inquiry can this occur.

In my article published yesterday I pointed out how strangely convenient the timing was of these attacks. However, I failed to point out some of the most major pieces of evidence that show an ulterior motive behind the attacks, more than the simplistic al Qaeda terrorist explanation concocted by the Western mainstream media.

The fact is, the evidence pointing towards a militant Islamic organization in relation to these attacks is thin, at best. Yet, the mainstream media was happy to run with it in their lead paragraphs immediately after the disaster regardless of the completely unsubstantiated nature of the speculation.

Once it emerged that the suspect was actually a lone, Caucasian 32-year-old “right-wing” psychopath named Anders Behring Breivik, they moved along as if no one had ever mentioned otherwise.

Breivik was quickly linked to the Progress Party, an allegedly anti-immigrant party according to Businessweek.

In fact, the Progress Party in Norway is anti-immigrant but only in the case of Muslim immigrants. Calling them an anti-immigration party is a complete misnomer as the leader of the Progress Party, Siv Jensen, has openly claimed that the Muslim immigrants are trying to covertly overthrow the governments of Europe.

Jensen harbors an all-too-common delusional conspiracy theory that involves all of the Muslims of the world participating in a “sneak Islamization” of Europe and the West.

In February of 2010 Jensen retracted her claim that Norway was being covertly Islamized and instead now alleges that it is a debate of full blown Islamization.

Jensen also happens to be a rabidly pro-Israeli supporter, scolding Norway for recognizing Hamas, claiming it was negotiating with terrorists.

Jensen has also openly defended Israel’s “right to defend itself,” and her views are mirrored in the Progress Party’s generally pro-Israel stance.

Jensen has claimed in an interview with Standpoint Magazine in 2010 that Israel “respects human rights” and those “left-wing journalists” who say otherwise are “reporting this from a very subjective point of view.” Sorry, Jensen, but the dead bodies of Palestinian children are not subjective.

Conspicuously absent from the mainstream coverage of these twin attacks is this Israeli connection with the bomber clearly being a pro-Israel supporter.

One must also take note of the fact that Norway has officially backed a Palestinian bid for statehood in the United Nations, something which made Israel quite unhappy.

Norway has also said they will pull out of the bombing campaign in Libya, all of which undoubtedly irk the banking and industrial defense contracting interests that fund and profit from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Libyan bombing campaign, and the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen.

This is just the beginning, the coincidences here, if they are coincidences and nothing more, are uncanny.

In the days before the shooting took place in Utoya, Foreign Minister of Norway Jonas Gahr Store met with Labour Youth League summer camp participants.

While there he was met with the demand that Norway must recognize the state of Palestine.

Foreign Minister Store responded to this by saying that, “the Palestinians must have their own state, the occupation must end, the wall must be demolished and it must happen now.”

Then, the next day, at least 80 people are slaughtered in a brutal massacre. Was this coincidence? Are the suspect’s pro-Israeli ties and the fact that the target was a group of pro-Palestinians pure happenstance?

The Guardian throws two interesting facts into the mix:

Earlier, [the suspect’s Facebook] had listed interests including bodybuilding, conservative politics and freemasonry.

Norwegian media said he had set up a Twitter account a few days ago and posted a single message on 17 July saying: “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.”

One must also keep in mind the fact that just last year five Scandinavian governments busted American spies illegally conducting surveillance on their citizens for roughly 10 years.

It would be a great talking point for the CIA units embedded in every foreign embassy to be able to point to the attacks in Oslo and say, “this is what happens when you don’t let us trample all over your laws and spy on your innocent citizens.”

In the wake of being caught red handed spying on yet another sovereign nation without permission, U.S. officials claimed that the Norwegian government had been notified about the covert surveillance operations.

Norway disagreed and demanded an explanation, along with many of the other Scandinavian nations that were unhappy with the breaches of international law systematically carried out by American intelligence operations.

To muddy the waters even further, the Oslo Police conducted an urban bombing exercise in the days preceding the attack. The articles floating around the internet all seem to reference an Aftenposten article which I have not been able to locate.

However, the video is still available. If anyone is able to locate the original article I would appreciate it.

This could very well be an innocent, unrelated mistake, but the fact that one of the biggest pieces of evidence was removed after being cited in an article by Paul Joseph Watson that made its way around the alternative news community is a bit questionable.

As Watson points out, there are far too many examples of a very specific exercise being conducted after which a real terrorist attack occurs under similar or the same circumstances.

This was also the case on September 11th, 2001, when the CIA planned an exercise involving a hijacked airplane crashing into a building, as reported by the Associated Press.

Of course this is dismissed as pure coincidence, which one could easily do if it was not the case that this happens time and time again before real terrorist attacks.

Currently, there is significant evidence that this attack was in response to the recent pro-Palestinian movement in Norway. Of course some supporters of Israel’s occupation manage to claim it is an immense anti-Semitic conspiracy, similar to the laughable covert Islamization conspiracy theory.

Norway’s Foreign Minister, Jonas Gahr Store, has been lambasted in the Israeli media, along with the entire nation of Norway, as anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli.

Store vehemently denies all of these charges and the only evidence against him was his “endorsement” of a book written by two Norwegian doctors who were in Palestine at the time of Israel’s attack campaign known as Cast Lead.

In reality, he didn’t endorse the book in any way, shape or form. Store lauded the authors for standing up and publishing what they witnessed, he did not endorse their conclusions in any way. The lack of independent press presence during Cast Lead makes the book an invaluable resource and Store was merely pointing this out.

There have also been claims in the Israeli media that the current government of Norway is “rabidly hostile” toward Israel. Haaretz apparently quoted a “Norwegian opposition leader” who claimed that the Israeli concerns about Norway are “understandable.”

One might guess that this opposition leader is none other than Siv Jensen but the lack of proper citation leaves the question unanswered.

The above linked article also insinuates that the Norwegian choice to divest funds from a company that was building the wall in the West Bank was the result of an anti-Israeli bias. However, Store points out that they are still invested in 40 Israeli companies.

Also noteworthy is the fact that there have been eyewitness reports of a second gunman being involved in the attacks. For some reason, they seem to be all but completely ignored by the media as they focus on the single individual. The situation is much different if indeed there were multiple shooters and the 32-year-old supposedly right-wing Freemason was not acting alone. Alex Thomas has assembled some of the questionable facts I have detailed in his article here.

Currently I have not amassed enough evidence to come to any concrete conclusions but as always I think that this demands deep research and intensive investigation as more facts emerge. Jumping to conclusions at this juncture would not be prudent, but we can safely say that there are several questionable aspects of this event.

Who do you think was behind it? Do you think it was just a psychopath and the rest is irrelevant coincidence? I would love to hear what you think or look at your research/articles for upcoming analysis. You may contact me at