Peter Lance on Triple Cross

Peter Lance on Triple Cross

The story of Ali Mohamed, the axis point of the whole plot to create the CIA’s imaginary alter-ego to cover their own bloody terrorism. The alter-ego came to be known as “al Qaida,” the “base” of available CIA-trained mercenaries, used to provide cover or diversion. In Lance’s book, he reveals that at various times Ali was on the payrolls of at least three US agencies, CIA, FBI, and Army Special Forces, and possibly in the Egyptian military as well. According to Lance, Ali imparted his Ft. Bragg-acquired skills to bin Laden’s camps amd hard-core Muslim “merks,” not considering whether Ali himself was an agency creation, a teacher sent to train cadets for an American-led jihad, in American-built camps, using American supplied money and arms.

By the time of the Soviet withdrawal, the agency and its secret agents had created a modern army of over three-hundred thousand special forces, with modern gear, which included Stinger anti-aircraft missiles.

After the war, no American agency tried to disarm these forces or to integrate them into an Afghan national army. THE CIA HAD A SECRET PLAN FOR THIS WAR FROM THE BEGINNING, TO START IT, TO PROLONG IT AND TO SPREAD IT. UNDER THE SECRET PLAN, THE VIOLENCE SPREAD BY AMERICA’S MERCENARY FORCES WOULD BE BLAMED ON A NON-EXISTENT ARMY OF INTERNATIONAL TERRORISTS, TO COVER THE CRIMES COMMITTED BY THE CIA DEATH SQUADS AND THEIR MILITARY CO-CONSPIRATORS, OR BY THEIR LITTLE MERCILOUS GANGS OF THUGS AND MURDERERS.
LISTEN TO PETER LANCE DESCRIBE THE DEPTHS OF THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST AMERICAN FREEDOM:

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Iran thwarts CIA terror plot

Iran thwarts CIA terror plot

Iran thwarts CIA terror plot

TEHRAN, Oct. 14 (Agencies) — Iran has dismantled an offshoot of the CIA funded Jundullah terrorist group, which planned to carry out covert operations in the Islamic Republic.

Sistan-Baluchestan’s police commander, Brigadier General Bahram Norouzi, said Monday that the armed bandits were preparing for clandestine terrorist operations in Iran.

However, before succeeding to accomplish their objectives, the members of the group were killed, wounded or taken into custody by Iranian intelligence officers during a confrontation in the Pir-Souran mountainous area of Sistan-Baluchistan Province bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan.

The Iranian commander added that a large amount of ammunition and several vehicles were also confiscated from the bandits.

According to Brig. Gen. Norouzi, the group is believed to be responsible for the kidnapping of sixteen Iranian police officers on June 12.

The Jundullah terrorist group earlier claimed responsibility for the hostage taking. The hostages have reportedly been moved to Pakistan.

In late June, the terrorist group announced it had killed two of the hostages.

Sistan-Baluchestan, which lies in southeastern Iran, has witnessed a spate of attacks by Jundullah (Soldiers of God) militant group in recent years.

A New Yorker report by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh in July revealed that US Congressional leaders secretly agreed last year to President George W. Bush’s $400-million funding request for a major escalation in covert operations in Iran.

Actions permitted under the secret directive include ‘the assassination of targeted officials’ along with operations across an extensive geographic area from Lebanon to Afghanistan.

Under the ruling, the US can arm and fund terrorist groups such as the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) and Jundullah militants stationed in areas bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan.

When asked about the report of covert US operations aimed at destabilizing the Islamic Republic, the White House refused to comment.

COLUMBUS DAY/RACIAL SUPREMACY DAY

COLUMBUS DAY/RACIAL SUPREMACY DAY

Canary Effect


“…The Religious Crimes Act, the Daws Act, on up through a hundred years of broken treaties to The Family Planning Act of 1973 with George Bush Sr. which intentionally sterolized young women to today with the Abramoff scandal swindling millions, the Nuclear waste dumped on Reservations, and the missing Trust fund money which is the largest class action law suit in history… This is not anceint history or bitching about the past. The crimes have not stopped. Native American issues are alive and well. The average life spand for an adult male Indian in the US (not Canada) is 44! It’s a microcosim of the Colonial neocolonial attitude and policy at large. From the Caribean to Indonesia to Africa to Columbia. Imperialism has merely morphed into currency devaluation, intentional starvation, and sweat shops. And in the case of Iraq and Palestine it’s still being done with a gun. The Creature of masive death, rape, and theft never left us, it mearly changed it’s methods (slightly) but not it’s policy.
The Canary coming out of the mione is just a symptom of a larger problem. We are all Indians now.

The rationalization of the colonist/settler is that of a rapist. They blame the victim for “wanting it” or “needing it” and for themselves it was a good thing they did it. You can’t have occupation without genocide. Occupation is genocide. Depleted Uranium (uranium dug up by coherced labor on Indian reservations) dropped on the Middle East is genocide. Globalization is genocide. ” -Ry Dawson

Kill colonialism save the man.

Cultural Genocide


Who in the senate heads the BIA? John McCain.


The final shoe on American consumerism is about to fall

The final shoe on American consumerism

is about to fall

America’s bedraggled, debt slave consumers are about to reap the final whirlwind which will finally unwind what is left of their consumer materialist society. This final shoe will come in the form of the cheaply made and cheap priced and often poisonous Chinese consumer goods. It is these very goods that not only have stuffed American households in a gluttony of soulless, Christless consumerism but have equally driven those same mindless consumers out of their middle class manufacturing jobs and into the lower class that make up the vast vast masses of service sector jobs.

Of course the fact that a service economy is a natural by product of a manufacturing economy is lost on those whose education is now a deteriorating 3rd world joke with a 1st world price tag and who listen to the likes of the Communist News Network (CNN) or Faux News, both corporately owned by a small powerful and government aligned (both parties) oligarchs.

But all that aside, and back to the subject. The Chinese are about to raise prices on consumer goods as they have already raised prices on metal industrial inputs. There are three reasons for this. First is the falling dollar. Turns out, all those pseudo calls to release the Yuan did just that and the Yuan, while still ballasted down not to rise to quickly, has risen 6% against the dollar. So that’s 6% so far. Then we have the 9% inflation rate of today’s China, which equally raises the prices of inputs (raw materials), work (ok, the Chinese slave wage is a joke so 10% more on a 25 cent per hour pay is still a joke at 27.5 cents) and overhead (paper pushers, electricity, energy in general, rent, etc). Finally, in order to combat an overheated economy, which is obvious from the high inflation rate, China has moved to cut back subsidies to it’s industry (that’s right all you Free Trade zealot fools, you’re the only idiots playing that game, everyone else plays mercantilism…defending their economy). Seems that many of those cuts are up to 20% in nature and the suppliers have tacked that 20% right on to their prices.

So all told, so far, that’s about a 30-36% rise in price.

Have not felt that yet? Do not worry, they are working their way up the manufacturing chain, as usual starting with basic inputs and propagating upwards. You will feel it soon enough.

What will an economy, the world’s biggest debtor, already under strains of a 7-10% actual inflation rate (vs the 3% marked down liar rate of the Fed) and where consumerism alone makes up 70% of the economy, do?

Well the usual Fed policy of making more money sure as hell won’t help the situation.

Good luck, you’ll need it.

Stanislav Mishin

The article reprinted with the kind permission from Stanislav Mishin and can be found on his personal blog Mat Rodina