The Benghazi massacre, Andrew Kreig, World Bank attorney Karen Hudes – “Qatar, who has all this natural gas, wanted to run a natural gas pipeline through Syria to reach the European market.”


14 November 2013

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The attack on the CIA base in Benghazi Libya continues to be the subject of discussion around the world as slowly more and more details continue to come and to coalesce into a fuller picture of what really occurred and the true role of the United States in Libya, as well as in the Middle East on the whole. In an interview with the Voice of Russia Andrew Kreig, the author Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney and Their Masters, gives his views on what he believes really occurred in Benghazi and the connections between presidents, the power elite and the intelligence services in the United States. He paints a portrait of presidents who are truly merely puppets to their powerful and secret masters, forces who are not necessarily American.

This is part 3 of an interview with Andrew Kreig, the author of “Presidential Puppetry”. He is also an attorney and a founder and director of the Justice and Integrity project.

Part 1

Part 2

Robles: Can you tell us about what really happened in Benghazi and the real story about CIA Director Petraeus, Hilary Clinton’s connection with Benghazi, if you could? And what is going on in Libya, if you know anything?

Kreig: Well, one of the disturbing facts about this research I’ve done is when there is a very well-known event, such as what we’ve described as Secretary Hagel’s transformation, and we don’t get the full story. Benghazi is another example of that, where for more than a year Republicans have talked about Benghazi, how they want the real story and yet neither side is providing the real story, in my view.

Here is what I believe is the real story. I believe the CIA used Benghazi as a base to smuggle arms and foreign jihadist mercenaries to overthrow Syria’s regime or government. That operation set the stage for the massacre in various complex ways. And the importance of this is two-fold:one, we know that there was a massacre and we know that for a year it’s been a political football, and everybody is following rhetoric back and forth. But if this was a base to smuggle arms and jihadist mercenaries, and neither Democrats nor Republicans, nor Congress, nor the public knows about it, then we are having a debate about nothing. I mean this was a major foreign policy issue in the 2012 election.

If I’m right about this, then our major foreign policy debate, and which is continued to the Syria controversies, is leaving out important information that, not simply the American public should know about, which is my concern, but it illustrates a fundamental breakdown in our kind of democratic processes in the United States, in the press and in Congress. And I’ll also say that this is extremely important, in my view, to the world community, because of course it is not just the United States that’s been involved in Libya and Syria. And it would certainly promote greater public understanding and maybe even peace worldwide if people in Europe, in Russia, in Africa, we are all on the same page in understanding what happens in that specific situation, but in other situations like it, including Syria.

Robles: Ambassador Stevens, he was actually not a diplomat, as far as I know. And I researched this myself and wrote about it. He was actually a CIA agent controller or officer.

Kreig: First, for the United States and for many other countries, including Russia, it is widely understood – often the diplomats have a dual role as agents. And this is true for most of these countries. I think people pretend that they don’t do it, but other countries do.

Robles: I think the issue here is that when you have an ambassador who rose up though the Foreign Service, for example, and became the Ambassador of the country and then decides to cooperate – that is one thing. Another thing is when you have somebody that started out in intelligence and was placed in this diplomatic role. Do you see a distinction? Do you see a danger in that?

Kreig: Not really. For example, earlier we were talking about the Council on Foreign Relations, and I know that you are interested in that. I happened to have a very secret list of those members of the Council on Foreign Relations who are interested in intelligence activities. So, I’ve got their names, I’ve got their emails, I’ve got their telephone numbers – it is 1500 of them. And I find it very interesting that virtually every news organization in the United States has at least one representative. And does that mean that they are getting money or that they are part of the whole thing? No. But it means that there are relationships there that you and I, and many other people are not part of. Maybe voluntary relationships, maybe they would all stubbornly convince themselves that they are totally independent. But as they are getting briefings and they are part of the club. And the general public does not quite appreciate what that means.

So, in the Foreign Service, if it is a war zone, I think we can logically assume, and this is one of important parts of my book “Presidential Puppetry”, most of the actors are in this orbit. And whether they are in business, whether they work for a nonprofit organization, whether they work for the CIA signs their paycheck or whether they work for the State Department – we can generally assume that there are overlapping loyalties and interests. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. And also, the same thing is going on in other countries. One of the, maybe, larger points that I’m trying to emphasize here is not that somebody is bad or good, or anything, but I would say “Presidential Puppetry” is for those who want to understand the news, not just watch.

When people are saying: “oh, so and so’s CIA, or so and so’s KGB” – they understand the larger context here that news organizations have some people who are involved and have had for 50 years, whether it is in the US or anywhere. And they may not be getting a check every week, or even every year, but they are part of the orbit. To understand what is going on we have to have that in the back of our mind. And here is maybe the last part – is that there are very few people who will say what I’ve said. Now one of your longtime experts you bring on, and maybe you’ve got some, Wayne Madsen – he’s pointed out a number of these points to your listeners and so forth. But anybody who does this is not going to be invited to the State Department briefings.

If they raise this stuff, they will in ways that are not necessarily obvious they will be frozen out and, ultimately, their bosses will… in my experience as a longtime mainstream reporter and Washington observer, the bosses will not back the reporters who ask the kind of questions or have the kind of discussions we are having now. Maybe, they can have one discussion or a few discussions like this, but they can’t do it on any kind of regular basis. So, when I try to connect the dots of this stuff and write an entire book that is almost all new, it is like going to the berry patch in the season and just picking as much as you want, because it is all documented, it is all there but nobody can connect the dots except the isolated blogger or commentator who is never going to be invited to share it on the mainstream.

Robles: That brings up a whole huge mountain of other areas we could get into. You were going to say something about Syria, particularly if you can comment on the threat by Prince Bandar? And since you’ve researched the Bush family, maybe you can give us an insight into his connections, Bandar-Bush, you know who I’m talking about?

Kreig: Oh, absolutely!

Robles: His threat to President Putin and then, all of a sudden, this invasion. And what connection or was there a connection with the Government shutdown? And if this is not too much, if you can comment about the Al Qaeda-US Government link and the tragedy of 426 children being killed as a pretext for war?

Kreig: Well, that’s a mouthful. Let’s go through these one by one as best I can. First, the title of the book is “Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney and Their Masters”. So, a lot of the focus is on who are the puppet masters. Now, someStates like to be in the shadows and some of them are kind of boring and so forth. I don’t name a whole lot of them. The readers can find who they are, I point to various lists. But Saudi Arabia is definitely one of them, and it is very rarely talked about in the US, but they have heavy investments in the US media – the average person doesn’t know that and can’t understand why they would want to have heavy investments. But if the Saudis and Qatar have spent billions upon billions of dollars to overthrow the Syria Government, so to have investments in the US media that are not very well known actually makes sense, because that way someone like me and my book is not going to be on these media, because I would say that some of the puppet masters are in these Gulf monarchies.

And they are not supposed to be puppet masters of the Unites States, but through the kind of Bandar-Bush, Prince Bandar relationships with not simply the Bush family, but with Democrats alike and many, many business groups, and Wall Street groups, and foundations, they have enormous influence that the American public doesn’t understand, and the worldwide community should understand. And I’ve got, really, again nothing against them, at one point in my career I was offered a big job in Saudi Arabia, but I’m now a reporter at this point in my career and a commentator, and I’m putting together a lifetime of connections here. And if we have puppet masters that are trying to get us into a war, the public needs to know somehow, someway to connect the dots of why it’s happened.

Moving on to your next question, it is extremely important for the public to know that there are foreign jihadists, and not just a handful in Syria trying to overthrow the governmental regime, but lots of extremely well-funded from foreign countries who have both a religious mission, but a commercial one regarding pipelines, which is never talked about in the US media. And that they don’t necessarily have much loyalty to the civilian population, or any loyalty. And I’ve gotten into quite vigorous disputes with reporters that I respect. And I frankly have risked some of my credibility when I said – how do we know what happened? And people says: “well you don’t really think that the rebels would kill their own people with a gas attack and how would they get the gas?” And I say …

Robles: I would argue that these were not their own people first of, because there are tens of thousands of these … they are imported…

Kreig: That’s where I’m going. But I’m replaying the conversation here. People have no concept, even very well informed professionals in the US, that these are foreign rebels in significant part and who are not from the same place necessarily where the killing occurred. And even posing the possibility that the rebels might have gotten weapons and gas from some foreign entity and that they may be foreign themselves, and create an incident – it just doesn’t compute with people because there is such one sided news coverage. So, I hope that answers you question. And I don’t claim that I’ve documented who did what. I’ve certainly followed it on the Justice Integrity project website, to probe it on, but no one is going to document a solution without the basic facts and reporting, and creating and fostering a curiosity among the audience to say: “maybe there is more to the story”.

Robles: Do you think it is realistically possible that somebody would orchestrate the killing of 426 children as a pretext for war?

Kreig: It is theoretically possible, and we’ve seen this throughout human history including the recent human history. And yet, for many of us, as journalists, to even broach the topic is career suicide. And so, I mean, that’s part of the danger, particularly when experienced reporters are often let go after they reach ten years experience anyway. They don’t need this and there is incredible self-censorship that I have seen, documented in many parts of the American media. And this is only part of it. Just to circle back, I won’t mention the name here, but early in my reporting on President Obama I asked a bureau chief of a Washington newspaper – “why don’t you ask for the school records of, all hidden, of President Obama?”. And she said – “Rahm Emanuel wouldn’t like it”. I said – “so what?” And she said: “You don’t want to get him mad.” He was the Chief of Staff at that time.

But you see, that’s the attitude – that, maybe, they won’t get invited to some event and then the boss will say “how come you didn’t get invited to the event?”. And I’ve seen many examples, I’m based in Washington DC. I’ve been quite active in politics and government affairs for many years. But this is now the time to put the pieces together and tell people what they are missing.

Robles: What about the shutdown?

 Kreig: That’s a more complicated story, but one that delayed the release of Puppetry somewhat. On the surface President Obama, really for the first time, looks strong on economic issues. And that is important to point out. But it is also important to say that just a few days ago one of his top economic advisors Gene Sperling opened the door to new austerity measures and yet another cave in by President Obama.


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Published on September 3, 2013


The Syrian Pipelineistan angle

Mon, Apr 15, 2013 By Pepe ESCOBAR (Brazil)


This graphic Iranian success in South Asia contrasts with its predicament in Southwest Asia.

The South Pars gas fields –  the largest in the world – are shared by Iran and Qatar. Tehran and Doha have developed an extremely tricky relationship, mixing cooperation and hardcore competition.

The key (unstated) reason for Qatar to be so obsessed by regime change in Syria is to kill the $10 billion Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline, which was agreed upon in July 2011. The same applies to Turkey, because this pipeline would bypass Ankara, which always bills itself as the key energy crossroads between East and West.

It’s crucial to remember that the Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline is as anathema to Washington as IP. The difference is that Washington in this case can count on its allies Qatar and Turkey to sabotage the whole deal.

This means sabotaging not only Iran but also the ‘Four Seas’ strategy announced by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in 2009, according to which Damascus should become a Pipelineistan hub connected to the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Eastern Mediterranean.

The strategy spells out a Syria intimately connected with Iranian – and not Qatari – energy flows. Iran-Iraq-Syria is known in the region as the ‘friendship pipeline.’ Typically, Western corporate media derides it as an ‘Islamic’ pipeline. (So Saudi pipelines are what, Catholic?) What makes it even more ridiculous is that gas in this pipeline would flow to Syria and then Lebanon –  and from there to energy-starved European markets close by.

The Pipelineistan games get even more complicated when we add the messy Iraqi Kurdistan/Turkey energy love affair – detailed here by Erimtan Can – and the recent gas discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean involving territorial waters of Israel, Palestine, Cyprus, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria; some, or perhaps all of these actors could turn from energy importers to energy exporters.

Israel will have a clear option to send its gas via a pipeline to Turkey, and then export it to Europe; that goes a long way to explain the recent phone call schmoozing between Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan and Israel’s Netanyahu, brokered by Obama.

Terrestrial and maritime borders between Israel and Lebanon remain dependent on a hazy UN Blue Line, set up way back in 2000. Damascus – as well as Tehran –  supports Beirut, once again against Washington’s will. And Damascus also supports Baghdad’s strategy of diversifying its means of distribution, once again trying to escape the Strait of Hormuz. Thus, the importance of the Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline.

No wonder Syria is a red line for Tehran. Now the whole of Pipelineistan will be watching how far Qatar is willing to go following Washington’s obsession.

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It’s all about Pipelineistan

By Pepe Escobar Nov 22, ’13

Turkey’s number one foreign policy aim is to position itself as a critical energy crossroads for any oil and natural gas coming from Russia, the Caspian, Central Asia and even the Middle East to Europe.

Yet Turkey has been squeezed by two conflicting Pipelineistan narratives.

One is the never-ending soap opera Nabucco, which basically means delivering natural gas to Europe from just about anywhere (Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Iraq, even Egypt) except Russia.

And the other is the South Stream pipeline, proposed by Russia and crossing the Black Sea.

Insisting in its role as a neutral bridge between East and West, Ankara hedged its bets.

But after the European financial crisis took over, Nabucco was, for all practical purposes, doomed.

What’s left now is the so-called Nabucco West – a shorter, 1,300 km pipeline from Turkey to Central Europe – and the much cheaper Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), just 500 km from Turkey across the Balkans to Italy.

The consortium (including BP, Total and Azerbaijan’s SOCAR) developing the huge Shah Deniz II field in Azerbaijan ended up choosing TAP.

So Nabucco is now virtually six feet under.

To say that’s been a nifty deal for Moscow is a huge understatement.

TAP does not threaten Gazprom’s hold on the European market.

And besides, Moscow got closer to Baku. Dick Cheney must adjust his pacemaker for another heart attack; after all his elaborate energy plans, Moscow and Baku are nothing less than discussing transporting Russian oil through the notorious Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline, which Dr Zbig Brzezinski dreamed up to exactly bypass Russia.

On top of it, they are also bound to reverse the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline to pump Russian oil into Azerbaijan.

Additionally, that’s the end of Turkish (and European) pipe dreams of having wacky “gas republic” Turkmenistan supplying energy across the Caspian through the Caucasus and Turkey to Europe.

For Moscow, this is non-negotiable; we control the transit of Central Asian energy to Europe.

Moreover, Turkmenistan already has better sturgeon to fry – via its ultra-profitable gas pipeline to China.

The bottom line: Russia getting even more ascendant in the Caucasus equals Turkey – which imports nearly all of its oil, coal and natural gas – becoming even more energy dependent on Russia.

Russia supplies nearly 60% of Turkey’s natural gas – and rising.

Iran supplies 20%.

Moscow is sure Turkey will soon overtake Germany as its biggest energy client.

That’s certainly what Erdogan was discussing in detail this past Wednesday in Moscow.

And then there is Turkey’s ambitious plan to build 23 nuclear power plants by 2023.

Guess who’s ahead? Moscow, of course.

Not only as builder but also as primary supplier of nuclear fuel.

No package of Western sanctions seems to be on the horizon.

So Ankara seems to be (silently) hectic on all fronts.

Erdogan is carefully cultivating his friend Obama – positioning himself as a privileged sort of messenger.

Erdogan supports Iran’s civilian nuclear program – which instantaneously placed him as highly suspicious in the eyes of the Wahhabi-Likudnik axis of fear and loathing.

That’s the key reason for the widening estrangement between Ankara and Riyadh.

Ankara’s desire to be a key actor in an eventual US-Iran rapprochement springs out of a simple calculation.

Faced with tremendous political, economic and security barriers, Turkey may only fulfill its wish of becoming the privileged East-West energy transit corridor with Iran by its side.

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    The Benghazi massacre, Andrew Kreig, World Bank attorney Karen Hudes – “Qatar, who has all this natural gas, wanted to run a natural gas pipeline through Syria to reach the European market.”

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    “the countries with the most unencumbered systems and the most financial “speculation” usually have the least amount of poverty”

    [Yes, the bigger the government the smaller the citizen. But emerging technologies must be regulated.]


    Is nanotechnology the future?

    Nanomaterials could alter the taste of foods and refine packaging – but we must be cautious…

    Companies using or hoping to use nanotechnology need to walk before they run; they need to publicly research the technology and support regulation in order …

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    Meanwhile, so what if 17-year-old Johanna Benthel, a girl diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder, has endured upwards of 80 surgeries to address her “medically fragile state?”

    So what if Johanna was lying in intensive care recuperating from brain surgery when her mother Eileen realized that the insurance covering her daughter’s medical needs may have been cancelled?

    And so what if a cancer-stricken seven-year-old named Hunter Alford can’t get his chemotherapy because his health insurance was also lost?

    [This must be addressed. Some cancelled policies remain cancelled. Some cannot afford higher premiums and higher deductibles. And Chris Matthews’ Roman Catholic conscience remains untroubled. Give me a break.]

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    over the accomplishment of the under-construction multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline projected to carry natural gas from Iran …

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    I often arrive at wrong conclusions. But we are still being sprayed, no doubt.

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    #syria #iran #saudiarabia

    [According to Jim W. Dean, managing editor of Veterans Today, these missiles are destined for Syria.]

    The Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which oversees foreign military sales, notified Congress on Thursday that it had approved Saudi Arabia’s request for

    nearly 14,000 tube-launched, optically tracked wire-guided (TOW) missiles for its national guard, and

    more than 1,700 similar missiles for the Royal Saudi Land Forces.


    “My bet is these missiles seem marked to flood the Syrian terrorists with enough missiles to neutralize Syrian armor.”

    [I hope this is just paranoia, but we’ve good reason to be paranoid where Syria is concerned.]

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    #syria #iraq #iran #saudiarabia #qatar

    With friends like these, who needs enemies?

    Chris Bambery, political commentator, London:

    I think we have to connect the terrible sectarian killings in Iraq – some 9,000 or so already this year with what is happening in Syria.

    The Salafist groups responsible for these killings the al-Qaeda linked groups both in Syria and in Iraq consider it is one conflict and

    they are operating in a state they call Syria and Iraq so they make no division between Syria and Iraq.

    They’re involved in a sectarian civil war, which is largely targeting Shia and other groups in both countries and of course

    they’re being egged-on by Saudi Arabia and Qatar who’ve encouraged this sectarian agenda across the region because

    they see it as weakening their rivals in the region.

    They have no interest in a stable Iraq and regard the Iraqi government as being pro-Iran, which it’s clearly not, it’s got an independent force.

    But I think we also have to add something else – there are other historical responsibilities for this rise from the American occupation.

    When the American occupation could not deal with the Sunni opposition, what they essentially did was to co-opt them and encourage them to turn their guns on the Shias because

    the Americans feared the Shias more than they did the Sunnis to be honest because

    they regarded them, again incorrectly, they regarded them as simply a proxy for Iran.

    And therefore they set up a situation where Iraq was divided into a Kurdish zone, a Sunni zone and a Shia zone and that situation still remains in large part.

    It was inherited by the Iraqi government and it is a recipe for sectarian violence.

    But I think the principle responsibility as I say is

    the situation in Syria and

    the encouragement being given these al-Qaeda linked groups operating in both Syria and Iraq

    by Saudi Arabia and Qatar who are intent on posing a sectarian agenda right across the region.

    Shouldn’t Saudi Arabia and Qatar be on this list?

    State Sponsors of Terrorism

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    #syria #iraq #iran #saudiarabia #qatar

    With friends like these, who needs enemies?

    When the American occupation could not deal with the Sunni opposition, what they essentially did was to co-opt them and encourage them to turn their guns on the Shias because

    the Americans feared the Shias more than they did the Sunnis to be honest because

    they regarded them, again incorrectly, they regarded them as simply a proxy for Iran.

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    Tech Giants Issue Call for Limits on Government Surveillance of Users

    Amnesty to take legal action against UK security services

    Human rights group says it is ‘highly likely’ its emails and phone calls have been intercepted by British intelligence

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    Will Obamacare Play Big In 2014? Keep An Eye On N.H. Senate Race

    Step inside a small diner called Chez Vachon in a working-class section of Manchester, N.H., and you’d never guess the White House is actually regaining its footing on the health care rollout.

    The president is reporting promising enrollment numbers and a faster website, but John Hill couldn’t care less.

    He says the price of his insurance has skyrocketed.

    “We asked why the price of the insurance was so high,” says Hill. “They said, ‘Well, the new Obamacare law. That’s the reason why.’ ”

    That law had some pretty severe repercussions in New Hampshire.

    A strong Tea Party faction in the state legislature voted down a state health insurance exchange, so everyone in the state applying for insurance under the Affordable Care Act has to sign up on the federal government website.

    But that federal exchange has drawn only one insurance provider for New Hampshire: Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

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    [I am so unclear on what it is I’m supposed to focus in on in these images — Which is why I’m so reluctant to post anything new. Thanks for viewing.]

    March 17, 2013 and beyond Nibiru System Planet X Violet Sphere Blue Star etc

  21. blessedistruth Says:

    #syria #iran #saudiarabia

    “you have to wonder if a few (or more than a few) of these missiles might not somehow find their way into the hands of the combatants fighting to overthrow the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria”

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    Hospitals paying patients’ premiums?

    [CMS’s statement] is a clear sign CMS wishes it could prohibit this practice, but it can’t.”

    That leaves it up to the states and Matt Anders, spokesman for the Department of Financial Services would only say the matter is under the review.

    “There are concerns that this will have a very negative impact on the risk pool,” said Leslie Moran, spokeswoman for the New York Health Plan Association. “We don’t believe it is legally permissable.”

    [Sounds good, but we need private insurers not to go out of business.]

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    #chemTrails #geoEngineering

    A French MP Joël Giraud, worries about chemtrails and asked the French Government for clarification – November 12, 2013

    [Apparently in France at least one legislator has some cojones.]

    Texte de la question : Question text:

    M. Joël Giraud attire l’attention de M. le ministre de l’écologie, du développement durable et de l’énergie sur les phénomènes de « chemtrails » et la géo-ingéniérie.

    Joël Giraud drew the attention of the minister of ecology, sustainable development and energy on the phenomena of “chemtrails” and geo-engineering.

    Un certain nombre d’articles sont parus dans des revues scientifiques spécialisées ayant trait aux “mystérieuses traînées dans le ciel” plus connues sous le nom de « chemtrails ».

    A number of articles have appeared in scientific journals related to “mysterious trails in the sky” better known as the “chemtrails”.

    Plus récemment, la Conférence du collectif « skyguards » qui s’est tenu à Bruxelles le 9 avril 2013 a rendu ses conclusions et a présenté au Parlement européen une pétition afin de faire cesser les épandages aériens clandestins dans le ciel.

    More recently, the Conference of the collective “Skyguards” held in Brussels April 9, 2013 and issued its findings presented to the European Parliament a petition to stop the illegal aerial spraying in the sky.

    La géo-ingéniérie qui comprend les interventions délibérées à large échelle visant à modifier le climat pour limiter le réchauffement climatique a des effets dévastateurs.

    Geo-engineering which includes the deliberate large-scale interventions to change the climate for limiting global warming is devastating.

    Des milliers de témoins peuvent dénoncer des trainées d’avions dans le ciel qui se développent d’un horizon à l’autre, s’élargissent et fusionnent jusqu’à couvrir le ciel d’un nuage artificiel.

    Thousands of witnesses can report streaks of planes in the sky that develop from one horizon to the other, expand and merge to cover the sky with an artificial cloud.

    En effet officiellement ces trainées sont considérées comme des traces de condensation laissées par les avions mais les scientifiques qui ont étudié la question mettent en avant le fait que les traces de condensation sont identifiables à des altitudes élevées de l’ordre de 10 000 mètres et que celles-ci se résorbent rapidement alors que les chemtrails apparaissent à des altitudes plus basses entre 2 000 et 5 000 mètres et s’estompent très lentement.

    Indeed these trails are officially considered traces of condensation left by planes but scientists who have studied the issue highlight the fact that condensation forms are identifiable at high altitudes in the range of 10,000 meters and they are absorbed quickly, while chemtrails appear at lower altitudes between 2,000 and 5,000 meters and fade very slowly.

    Certains émettent l’hypothèse qu’il s’agirait là d’épandage de produits chimiques provoquant d’ailleurs des maladies respiratoires chez les populations survolées et que les appareils concernés sont des avions militaires sans aucune identification possible, écartant ainsi la piste des appareils civils qui ne seraient donc pas concernés par ces traces.

    Some speculate that this would be spreading causing chemicals also respiratory diseases in populations flown and the devices involved are military aircraft with no possibility of identification, thus removing the track civil aircraft which would therefore not be affected by these traces.

    Aussi, il lui demande de bien vouloir lui faire savoir si des études ont été diligentées par le Gouvernement afin d’apporter des réponses précises aux questions légitimement posées.

    Also, he asked him to please let him know if studies were commissioned by the Government to provide specific questions legitimately asked.


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    #chemTrails #geoEngineering

    A French MP Joël Giraud, worries about chemtrails and asked the French Government for clarification – November 12, 2013

    [Apparently in France at least one legislator has some cojones.]

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    #syria #iran #saudiarabia #qatar #lavrov #kerry

    In response, Damascus strongly condemned the “inflammatory rhetoric of the Council’s statement on Syria, particularly as countries in the Council… support and practise terrorism.

    “Those who participated today in the summit in Kuwait, first among them the Saudi regime, have contributed in large part to the killing of Syrians and the destruction of their country,” said the foreign ministry.

    “Their sorrow about the suffering of the Syrian people is nothing more than crocodile tears.”

    Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov of Russia, the Assad regime’s most powerful ally, said in Iran that all “responsible countries” had to act to ensure the Geneva 2 conference achieves a positive outcome.

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    Cantor: Budget deal ‘maintains savings’

    [Please don’t waste time and energy opposing this.]

    Leader Cantor said it builds on Republican commitments to reduce spending.

    “Our position has also always been that across the board, indiscriminate cuts were not as good as mandatory cuts, if we could achieve those…

    This deal allows us an even better path forward, as it maintains the (sequester) savings but places those savings in areas that are much smarter,” Cantor said.

    “So we can go about the business of reassuming our role in setting budget priorities and continuing to ratchet down the wasteful spending here in Washington.”

  31. blessedistruth Says:

    #syria #iran #qatar #pipeline #turkey

    “An alternative to networks of pipelines that cross Turkey and other pipeline systems controlled by the U.S. and European oil majors.”

    Some analysts such as Abdelwahab Badrakhan, thaw between Iran and the United States would be strongly linked to Syria.

    The final issue?

    Western would need Iran, the main regional support of the Assad regime, to negotiate a settlement.

    A position of strength that Tehran could monetize its way, both to ease tensions over its nuclear program as “assertive” in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Bahrain.

    A policy that if any could harm the interests of the monarchies of ACFM.

    To make their voices heard, these could certainly be tempted to make a partial indexation of their currencies against the greenback in favor of a basket of currencies.

    One way to warn Washington while their oil and gas revenues are currently denominated in U.S. dollars.

    Last December, we suggested to us that the current conflict in Syria offered Iran the opportunity to strengthen relationships or to advance strategic goods pawns on the global energy chessboard .

    Specifying when Syria had to import flour from Iran to deal with the shortage of bread affecting the population.

    The “gesture” from Tehran to Damascus … beyond enable garner precious subsidies … allowing the Iranian government to put his balls in Syria … if it was not already …

    We also reminder while Syria, Iran and Iraq signed in July 2011 a “Memorandum of Understanding” for the construction of a gas pipeline by 2016, would connect the Iranian South Pars field in Syria and Mediterranean.

    Several European companies should be involved in the operation of the ‘Islamic pipeline. ”

    In the end, where Syria was discovered including a large deposit near Homs, could become a transit node of energy corridors, offering

    an alternative to networks of pipelines that cross … Turkey … and

    other pipeline systems … . controlled by the U.S. and European oil majors.

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    #syria #iran #qatar #pipeline #turkey

    “An alternative to networks of pipelines that cross Turkey and other pipeline systems controlled by the U.S. and European oil majors.”

  33. blessedistruth Says:

    “America generous land”

    The day was also an opportunity to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, in Mexico, one of the most visited shrines in all of Latin America.

    ‘s embrace of Mary, the Pope said, “has always characterized America:

    a land where they can live together different peoples,

    a land capable of respecting the human life in all its stages,

    from the womb to old age,

    able to accommodate migrants, as well as the poor and marginalized of all time.

    A generous land. ”

    [Sounds good, but bigger government isn’t the answer.]

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    Pipeline Patrol Magical Fairies Friend Hummingbird Violet Sphere Planet X Type Object Moves Left to Right

    All images from 12 10 13 except “Pipeline Patrol” from just the other day. Working on longer piece, but in “Violet Sphere” images, I noticed dark object moving from left to right in each succeeding picture until it is directly beneath Sun.

    I wish you could experience these “Fairies” They appear to be bobbing up and down as if in water.

    Music: Menahan Street Band – Make the Road By Walking

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Pipeline Patrol Magical Fairies Friend Hummingbird Violet Sphere #PlanetX Type Object Moves Left to Right (cont)

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Aramark Holdings Corporation (NYSE: ARMK) announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 36,250,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $20.00 per share.

    The shares are expected to begin trading on December 12, 2013 on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) under the symbol “ARMK.”

    A total of 28,000,000 shares are being offered by Aramark and 8,250,000 shares are being offered by existing stockholders.Â

    Certain of the selling stockholders have granted the underwriters an option to purchase up to 5,437,500 additional shares of common stock to cover over-allotments, if any.

    The offering is expected to close on December 17, 2013, subject to customary closing conditions.

    Goldman, Sachs & Co.,

    J.P. Morgan Securities LLC,

    Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC, and

    Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC are acting as joint book-running managers and the representatives of the underwriters,

    Barclays Capital Inc.,

    Merrill Lynch,

    Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated,

    RBC Capital Markets LLC, and

    Wells Fargo Securities, LLC are acting as bookrunners, and

    Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated,

    PNC Capital Markets LLC,

    Rabo Securities USA, Inc.,

    Samuel A. Ramirez & Company, Inc.,

    Santander Investment Securities Inc.,

    SMBC Nikko Securities America, Inc., and

    The Williams Capital Group, L.P. are acting as co-managers of the offering.

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    Blunt Calls On House GOP To Ignore Outside Groups In Vote Over Budget Deal

    Blunt acknowledged that the House vote — slated for Thursday — was deemed the most difficult one, and implied that the chief obstacle was the outside pressure.

    “Apparently the ‘right thing’ is less and less likely to coincide with outside groups who appear to be against everything,”

    the senator told reporters during a conference call Thursday morning.

  38. blessedistruth Says:

    Pope’s Peace Day Message focuses on true fraternity

    7. In the past year, many of our brothers and sisters have continued to endure the destructive experience of war, which constitutes a grave and deep wound inflicted on fraternity.

    Many conflicts are taking place amid general indifference.

    To all those who live in lands where weapons impose terror and destruction, I assure you of my personal closeness and that of the whole Church, whose mission is to bring Christ’s love to the defenceless victims of forgotten wars through her prayers for peace, her service to the wounded, the starving, refugees, the displaced and all those who live in fear.

  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Overly-simplistic and callous, but … Ouch!!!

    Bottom line: the US, which nearly launched World War III over a few fabricated Youtube clips

    in order to help Qatar build a natgas pipeline to Europe

    support the much lauded freedom fighters, has just cut off aid to the very same group:

    The U.S. decision to suspend the delivery of nonlethal aid to rebels in northern Syria is another blow to American efforts to strengthen and unify insurgents fighting Bashar al-Assad, analysts say.

    The State Department said Wednesday it made the decision after Islamist groups within the opposition captured a warehouse and headquarters of the mainstream opposition alliance backed United States.

    The decision reflects the challenge the United States has in supporting a fractured opposition where extremist groups are gaining an edge over moderates.

    “There is simply no way to separate the two,” said Michael Rubin, an analyst at the American Enterprise Institute.

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  41. blessedistruth Says:

    #chemTrails #geoEngineering

    “Friday’s show will be with BOTH Dane Wigington of and George Barnes Director of “Look up” and creator of the award winning”

    George Barnes is an award winning Producer/Director/DP with over 20 years ….. the eldest of three children of the founder of the Go Green Initiative, Jill Buck. …… Dane Wigington is a former employee of Bechtel Power Corp.

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    #chemTrails #geoEngineering

    “George Barnes / Skyder Alert – Jeff Rense Interview. December 4, 2013”

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  43. blessedistruth Says:

    chemTrails April 2011 Plane Yellow Friend ThunderBirds ELENIN Nibiru Planet X Holographs or Fairies April 2012

  44. blessedistruth Says:

    December 13, 2013 … two announcements …

    first my weekly commercial free radio show from last night is now posted on the archive sub-page …

    secondly … i will be posting soon a major work release that will be completely open and free

    (this is not my christmas new release but another effort) …

    it involves many years of accumulated information along with recent up to date developments regarding the control of information in the sciences to the public …

    for example ALL of the major social medias are now CIA controlled including also pages like wikipedia and youtube …

    wikipedia for example now has a self appointed “board of experts” who sensor and monitor content to agree with standard science …

    of course these are tier II idiots and the self righteous band of treckie followers are being groomed to make sure the public only sees “correct” science …

    they also have control of both sides of the information equation and support under the table many nut case groups that create all the nut case youtube video content that people view …


    first you cannot understand my science and its place in society unless you understand the bullshit (the best word i can use) that is being pawned off on the public today …

    secondly you will become aware of the IMMENSE effort being placed on misinforming the public and keeping real science from your grasp …

    imagine for example …

    an American Geophysical Union meeting with 17,000 scientists in attendance all imagining they are on the cutting edge of science …

    ALL government supported and with impressive credentials and associations …

    but ALL having no clue that their live’s work is pure falacy …

    NONE of them knowing that there is an entire layer of science above them of which they know NOTHING !!! …

    the enormous cost of creating this facade is staggering … BUT is essential to the world banker control of YOU THE PUBLIC …

    then i come along and have an independent venue for presenting real science … i pay for myself …

    sidestepping the so called “respectable peer review journal” system …

    it is time to attack this head on and expose it for what it is AND expose the base of support …

    the CIA based misinformation systems …

    remember the CIA is the police intelligence force of the world bankers and their main job is to

    1) sell as much cocaine and illegal drugs as possible to support their international “games” and

    2) control you the public through well mastered disinformation programs …

    so YES this is important for you understand … jim mccanney

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    “I greatly fear the dissolution of the state. A de facto dissolution of Sykes-Picot,” Hayden said.

  48. blessedistruth Says:

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