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Post by zone on Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:51 pm

Brzezinski is in this stuff up to his neck. the usual suspects.

‘Egypt Is Seething’As President Jimmy Carter’s national-security adviser during the 1979 fall of the shah in Iran, Zbigniew Brzezinski has dealt intimately with history-bending revolutions. After mass protests deposed a regime in Tunisia and later spread to the streets of Egypt and Yemen last week, NEWSWEEK’s John Barry talked to the Johns Hopkins professor about the way young people across the Arab world—many of them disaffected and disenchanted—are now connecting on the circuits of a new revolutionary age.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:lAVj-8KO2wAJ:www.newsweek.com/2011/01/30/egypt-is-seething.html

remember it wasn't long ago he was moving one of his chess pieces in the M.E: how quickly stuff goes down the memory hole.

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:17 am

THE CHANGE AGENTS: a UN NGO private group - a Who's Who

http://www.crisisgroup.org/en/about.aspx

Mohamed ElBaradei
Director-General Emeritus, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); Nobel Peace Prize (2005)

•offering new strategic thinking on some of the world’s most intractable conflicts and crises, challenging or refining prevailing wisdom, eg on the Iran nuclear issue, the role of Islamism worldwide, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the way forward in Myanmar/Burma, Cyprus, Kosovo, Iraq and the Western Sahara; and
•strongly supporting a rules-based, rather than force-based, international order, in particular significantly influencing UN resolutions and institutional structures in relation to the new international norm of the ‘responsibility to protect’.
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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:55 am

30 January 2011
Egypt protests: ElBaradei tells crowd 'change coming'


Leading Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei has joined thousands of protesters in Cairo defying a curfew to demand President Mubarak stand down.

Addressing the crowd in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, the Nobel peace prize winner urged patience, saying "change is coming".

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by Strangelove on Fri Feb 04, 2011 8:57 am

zone wrote:
Addressing the crowd in Tahrir (Liberation) Square, the Nobel peace prize winner urged patience, saying "change is coming".

Wait..."change" .....I've heard that before...

Must have been from Zbigs favourite creation..



Weathermen anyone?

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:00 am

Strangelove wrote:
Wait..."change" .....I've heard that before...

Must have been from Zbigs favourite creation..



Weathermen anyone?

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Post by Strangelove on Fri Feb 04, 2011 10:07 am

What the double hockey sticks are you doin' up at this time of night?

Sleeeeeeeeep. Sleep

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:42 am

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SYRIA NEXT: corbett

Post by zone on Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:40 pm

Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Interview 309 – James Corbett on RT
Posted by Corbett


“Syria is going to become the next piece on the geopolitical chessboard for those who are manipulating the current intervention in Libya. We’ve seen a lot of covert intervention going on behind the scenes before and during the so-called ‘humanitarian intervention’.

And that’s exactly what’s going to be taking place in Syria as a very geo-strategic location starts to become destabilized,” James Corbett told RT.
http://www.corbettreport.com/interview-309-james-corbett-on-rt/

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More Color Revolutions.

Post by zone on Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:01 pm


Political indoctrination camps are being use to teach impressionable rural folks the tenants of "democracy" as told by cleptocratic, globalist-backed Thaksin Shinawatra. The school is led by Maoist, Weng Tojirakarn



Soros and Brzezinski Talking Thai: International Crisis Group shines spotlight on Thailand


Soros speaking in the region, 2009 - Wiki Commons
Tony Cartalucci, Contributing Writer
Activist Post

Bangkok, Thailand April 12, 2011 - As International Crisis Group (ICG) member Mohamed ElBaradei wrestles with 80 million Egyptians for control of their country, stooping as low as to threaten war with Israel in a feeble attempt to score political points - his fellow trustees are expressing their ambitions elsewhere, including helping IMF operative Alassane Ouattara butcher his way into office via international armed intervention in the Ivory Coast. They are also fixated on the power struggle disguised as a "democracy movement" in Thailand.

To understand why it is important to consider what the ICG is saying it is important to note that within the ICG, globalist banker George Soros sits as a trustee along with Wesley Clark and Kenneth Adelman, while geopolitical manipulator Zbiginiew Brzezinski and Neo-Conservative Richard Armitage sit in as advisers among many others.

Behind this unsavory convergence of ambition are equally unsavory corporate and foundation sponsors including the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Open Society Institute, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank Group, Soros Fund Management LLC, Chevron, and Royal Dutch Shell. In Thailand's case in particular the political upheaval centers around one multinational corporate-backed billionaire, Thaksin Shinwatra who tried and failed to ramrod through a US-Thai FTA before being ushered out of power in 2006. Many of the corporations that stood to gain from the US-Thai FTA (listed here on page 8) are also well involved in the many groups not only still supporting Thaksin's bid for power, but an entire global agenda of military and economic hegemony.

Thaksin Shinwatra, a former adviser to the Carlyle Group, was literally standing in front of the CFR in NYC on the eve of his ousting from power in 2006. Since 2006, he has been represented by fellow Carlyle man James Baker and his Baker Botts law firm, International Crisis Group's Kenneth Adelman and his Edelman Public Relations firm (also a corporate sponsor of the "color revolution college" Movements.org), Belfer Center adviser Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and now Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Peroff, a major corporate member of the globalist Chatham House.




Much to the embarrassment of the "red shirt" intelligentsia who insist the
mobs have moved beyond billionaire cleptocrat Thaksin
and his crusade to
seize back power, Thaksin to this day calls in as
the grand finale of each
"red shirt rally." He has just nominated his
own sister as a candidate to lead
the reds' political party, "Peua Thai."

To say Thaksin has the support of multinational corporate interests is an understatement - in particular, Kenneth Adelman not only was Thaksin's lobbyist, but also sits on the ICG board of trustees and the board of directors of Freedom House - both of which have tirelessly meddled in Thailand's internal affairs since 2006. Freedom House's "Freedom in the World" report downgraded Thailand from free under the globalist-friendly cleptocratic Thaksin regime, to partly free under the current Thai government which has been steadily distancing itself from free-trade with the US, ignoring US calls to enforce "intellectual property," and pursuing a more protectionist policy in regards to the West and its unraveling economy. Freedom House has also nominated National Endowment for Democracy funded "Prachatai" for one of the many contrived awards given to lend agents of the globalist agenda legitimacy. Prachatai of course, is a propaganda clearing house for Thaksin's "red" movement.



Freedom House nominates a "red shirt" propaganda clearinghouse
for yet another superficial award designed to lend it legitimacy.

The ICG Report

ICG's April 11, 2011 report, "Thailand: The Calm Before Another Storm?" attempts to encapsulate the political turmoil by deeming Thaksin's "red shirt" mob as "anti-establishment demonstrators." It continues by conceding that indeed the red shirts have employed "amateurish bomb attacks" but downplays their significance. It should be noted that these "amateurish bomb attacks" have maimed and even killed people. In fact, both BBC and the ICG had preceded the bombing campaigns with warnings to Thailand, not to the terrorists working for Thaksin, but to the government to act carefully so as to not provoke the "red shirts."

The ICG report goes on to claim that the political turmoil is between the Thai establisment, including the military, the monarchy, and the judiciary verses Thaksin. It concludes that the elections, regardless of whether they are fair and free, will be unsatisfactory to Thaksin and his red mob if they are not the winners.

When considering who is backing Thaksin, it would be more accurate to state that it is really a power struggle between Thailand as a nation and the foreign-backed billionaire Thaksin Shinwatra, who now resides in Dubai and regularly phones into the "red shirt rallies." His last phone-in was just on April 10, 2011, to commemorate the bloodbath they themselves instigated last April 10. He has also announced that his own sister, Yingluck Shinawatra, will be running for PM in the upcoming elections. Thaksin's brother-in-law Somchai Wongsawat had also been PM temporarily until he was dislodged from power. When asking why Thaksin himself will not run, it is because he has been tried, convicted and sentenced to two years in prison for corruption - charges from which has fled abroad to escape. It will be difficult for even the ICG and its army of media pundits to spin this as anything but an illegitimate nepotistic dictator clawing his way back into power with an army of duped farmers, lied to and exploited - and quite literally indoctrinated in political education camps.



Political indoctrination camps are being use to teach impressionable
rural folks the tenants of "democracy" as told by cleptocratic, globalist-
backed Thaksin Shinawatra. The school is led by
Maoist, Weng Tojirakarn.

While the ICG and the corporate interests it represents are intent on continuing to meddle in Thailand's affairs and attempting to lend credibility to a political faction lead by a man one of ICG's own trustees had lobbied for and who they themselves admit is engaged in at least "amateurish" terrorism, it is uncertain how their ambitions toward Thailand will manifest themselves. A repeat of the 2009 and 2010 bloody street demonstrations was averted this year through the government's calling for elections, releasing Thaksin's red mob leaders on bail, and a suspiciously convenient border skirmish with Cambodia that stole the headlines away from the red shirt leaders.

However, considering events unfolding in Libya, where a militant uprising by Al Qaeda, armed and backed by the West was reinvented as a humanitarian crisis necessitating foreign military intervention, and a similar conflicts developing in Syria and in the Ivory Coast, anything at all is possible.

April 10, 2010: Thai soldiers attempt to disperse Thaksin's "red shirts."
Mercenaries called "men in black" show up firing assault rifles and M-79

grenade launchers into the riot troops. Violent crossfire ensues.
Red shirt
security adviser "Seh Daeng" would go on to admit 300 armed men were
under his command
in the Australian newspaper "The Age."

Greater Implications
Last year in Bangkok, beginning in April, 2010 the red shirt leaders had mobilized an estimated 300 mercenaries carrying M-79 grenade launchers and a variety of assault rifles. The bloodbath and arson that ensued until late May has now been entirely pinned on the Thai government by both the red shirts as they attempt to rewrite history and the foreign media who is purposefully obfuscating the events that transpired starting April 10 onward. Now, similar "mystery gunmen" have turned up in Yemen, sniping protesters from rooftops, in Syria gunning down protesters and police alike, and of course the not-so-mysterious gunmen that have been leading the uprising in Libya since it started on February 17, 2011.

Indeed, this is not an "Arab Spring," this is a global blitzkrieg extending from the Middle East through the bordering nations of Russia, across China's "String of Pearls" (including Bangkok) and to Beijing itself.

With Hilary Clinton and the US State Department now admitting to funding subversion worldwide, along with organizations like the National Endowment for Democracy on record supporting NGOs and "independent media" throughout these targeted regions, we are looking at a covert war for world domination. With blood flowing sporadically from nation to nation as the foreign-backed revolutionaries make their bids to unseat standing governments, war has all but been declared. China has even recently gone as far as responding to this increasingly apparent fact, telling the United States to stop using the issue of human rights reports to interfere in other countries' internal affairs. Such "reports" come from entirely corporate-funded, disingenuous organizations, and have just recently allowed the West to bring war upon Libya at the cost of truly abhorrent humanitarian crises.

We are already in the middle of World War III - with the winners being either a Wall Street-London centric unipolar global government, or a multi-polar world where nations, just as people, need to barter, trade, and compromise for what they want while respecting the property and the sovereignty of one another. In order to ensure the unwarranted influence wielded by corporate interests is ended, we must begin to boycott and replace them in our everyday lives. As this is war, it will not be won overnight, it will be difficult, replete with danger, failure, but eventually success. Our only other choice is to bend to the will of these antiquated, blood thirsty unyielding tyrants that have mismanaged our respective nations into a mired web of interdependency and crippling economic disparity.

From Thailand to Europe and even in the United States there is a backlash against globalization taking place on a local level - at your local farmer's market and through innovative collaborative projects developing and sharing technological knowledge and progress. While security forces fight on the streets with contrived revolutions, we must ceaselessly work to undermine the corporations and financial interests that are truly powering this chaos.

Tony Cartalucci's articles have appeared on many alternative media websites, including his own at
Land Destroyer Report.

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The Crisis Group: the usuals

Post by zone on Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:06 pm

BUMP FROM #2 this thread

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THE CHANGE AGENTS: a UN NGO private group - a Who's Who

http://www.crisisgroup.org/en/about.aspx

Mohamed ElBaradei
Director-General Emeritus, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); Nobel Peace Prize (2005)

•offering new strategic thinking on some of the world’s most intractable conflicts and crises, challenging or refining prevailing wisdom, eg on the Iran nuclear issue, the role of Islamism worldwide, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the way forward in Myanmar/Burma, Cyprus, Kosovo, Iraq and the Western Sahara; and
•strongly supporting a rules-based, rather than force-based, international order, in particular significantly influencing UN resolutions and institutional structures in relation to the new international norm of the ‘responsibility to protect’.
http://www.crisisgroup.org/en/about.aspx

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Huxley's dream: Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips

Post by zone on Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:43 pm

Revolution, flashmobs, and brain chips. A grim vision of the future



  • Richard Norton-Taylor
  • The Guardian, Monday 9 April 2007
  • Article history





The MoD predicts more use of chemical weapons. Photograph: Paul J Richards/EPA


Information chips implanted in the brain. Electromagnetic pulse weapons. The middle classes becoming revolutionary, taking on the role of Marx's proletariat. The population of countries in the Middle East increasing by 132%, while Europe's drops as fertility falls. "Flashmobs" - groups rapidly mobilised by criminal gangs or terrorists groups.

This is the world in 30 years' time envisaged by a Ministry of Defence team responsible for painting a picture of the "future strategic context" likely to face Britain's armed forces. It includes an "analysis of the key risks and shocks". Rear Admiral Chris Parry, head of the MoD's Development, Concepts & Doctrine Centre which drew up the report, describes the assessments as "probability-based, rather than predictive".

The 90-page report comments on widely discussed issues such as the growing economic importance of India and China, the militarisation of space, and even what it calls "declining news quality" with the rise of "internet-enabled, citizen-journalists" and pressure to release stories "at the expense of facts". It includes other, some frightening, some reassuring, potential developments that are not so often discussed.

New weapons

An electromagnetic pulse will probably become operational by 2035 able to destroy all communications systems in a selected area or be used against a "world city" such as an international business service hub. The development of neutron weapons which destroy living organisms but not buildings "might make a weapon of choice for extreme ethnic cleansing in an increasingly populated world". The use of unmanned weapons platforms would enable the "application of lethal force without human intervention, raising consequential legal and ethical issues". The "explicit use" of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons and devices delivered by unmanned vehicles or missiles.

Technology

By 2035, an implantable "information chip" could be wired directly to the brain. A growing pervasiveness of information communications technology will enable states, terrorists or criminals, to mobilise "flashmobs", challenging security forces to match this potential agility coupled with an ability to concentrate forces quickly in a small area.

Marxism

"The middle classes could become a revolutionary class, taking the role envisaged for the proletariat by Marx," says the report. The thesis is based on a growing gap between the middle classes and the super-rich on one hand and an urban under-class threatening social order: "The world's middle classes might unite, using access to knowledge, resources and skills to shape transnational processes in their own class interest". Marxism could also be revived, it says, because of global inequality. An increased trend towards moral relativism and pragmatic values will encourage people to seek the "sanctuary provided by more rigid belief systems, including religious orthodoxy and doctrinaire political ideologies, such as popularism and Marxism".

Pressures leading to social unrest

By 2010 more than 50% of the world's population will be living in urban rather than rural environments, leading to social deprivation and "new instability risks", and the growth of shanty towns. By 2035, that figure will rise to 60%. Migration will increase. Globalisation may lead to levels of international integration that effectively bring inter-state warfare to an end. But it may lead to "inter-communal conflict" - communities with shared interests transcending national boundaries and resorting to the use of violence.

Population and Resources

The global population is likely to grow to 8.5bn in 2035, with less developed countries accounting for 98% of that. Some 87% of people under the age of 25 live in the developing world. Demographic trends, which will exacerbate economic and social tensions, have serious implications for the environment - including the provision of clean water and other resources - and for international relations. The population of sub-Saharan Africa will increase over the period by 81%, and that of Middle Eastern countries by 132%.

The Middle East

The massive population growth will mean the Middle East, and to a lesser extent north Africa, will remain highly unstable, says the report. It singles out Saudi Arabia, the most lucrative market for British arms, with unemployment levels of 20% and a "youth bulge" in a state whose population has risen from 7 million to 27 million since 1980. "The expectations of growing numbers of young people [in the whole region] many of whom will be confronted by the prospect of endemic unemployment ... are unlikely to be met," says the report.

Islamic militancy

Resentment among young people in the face of unrepresentative regimes "will find outlets in political militancy, including radical political Islam whose concept of Umma, the global Islamic community, and resistance to capitalism may lie uneasily in an international system based on nation-states and global market forces", the report warns. The effects of such resentment will be expressed through the migration of youth populations and global communications, encouraging contacts between diaspora communities and their countries of origin.

Tension between the Islamic world and the west will remain, and may increasingly be targeted at China "whose new-found materialism, economic vibrancy, and institutionalised atheism, will be an anathema to orthodox Islam".

Iran

Iran will steadily grow in economic and demographic strength and its energy reserves and geographic location will give it substantial strategic leverage. However, its government could be transformed. "From the middle of the period," says the report, "the country, especially its high proportion of younger people, will want to benefit from increased access to globalisation and diversity, and it may be that Iran progressively, but unevenly, transforms...into a vibrant democracy."

Terrorism

Casualties and the amount of damage inflicted by terrorism will stay low compared to other forms of coercion and conflict. But acts of extreme violence, supported by elements within Islamist states, with media exploitation to maximise the impact of the "theatre of violence" will persist. A "terrorist coalition", the report says, including a wide range of reactionary and revolutionary rejectionists such as ultra-nationalists, religious groupings and even extreme environmentalists, might conduct a global campaign of greater intensity".

Climate change

There is "compelling evidence" to indicate that climate change is occurring and that the atmosphere will continue to warm at an unprecedented rate throughout the 21st century. It could lead to a reduction in north Atlantic salinity by increasing the freshwater runoff from the Arctic. This could affect the natural circulation of the north Atlantic by diminishing the warming effect of ocean currents on western Europe. "The drop in temperature might exceed that of the miniature ice age of the 17th and 18th centuries."

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Globalist Warlord Obama Moves to Expand Africom Reach

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 3:06 pm

Globalist Warlord Obama Moves to Expand Africom Reach



Kurt Nimmo
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October 15, 2011

In addition to his wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, those underway in Yemen and Somalia – and coming soon in Iran – the warlord Obama is now dispatching troops to Uganda to do battle with the wacky yet murderous Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
Lord’s Resistance Army provides pretext to expand globalist reach in Africa.

Obama’s move follows on the heels of Gaddafi’s defeat in Libya. He is following to the letter a well-drafted globalist plan for Africa, one that is partially enumerated in the the LRA Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Bill adopted by the U.S. Congress in 2009 and signed by Obama in early 2010. It “requires the US government to develop a new multifaceted strategy” against the LRA.

“Obama has said he is sending about 100 US soldiers to Uganda to help regional forces battle the notorious Lord’s Resistance Army,” the BBC reported on Friday. “Although combat-equipped, the troops would be providing information and advice ‘to partner nation forces,’ Mr Obama wrote in a letter to US Congress.”

Obama didn’t bother to consult Congress or abide by the Constitution. He just sent congressional leaders a letter announcing he would again violate the national sovereignty of yet another country.

“Obama’s announcement represents a highly unusual intervention for the United States,” reports the Associated Press. “Although some American troops are based in Djibouti [at the $6 billion Africom mega-base] and small groups of soldiers have been deployed to Somalia, the U.S. traditionally has been reluctant to commit forces to help African nations put down insurgencies.”

As usual, the exact opposite is the case – the U.S. military, the CIA, and their European partners manufacture insurgencies – the preferred destabilization method for the bankers.

The AP dredges up the “humanitarian crises” of Rwanda and Bosnia as cover for Obama’s move. “The change in policy could reflect the long-standing concerns of a number of high-ranking Obama advisers left scarred by the U.S. failure in the 1990s to intervene to stop the genocide in Rwanda and the belated action to finally halt the violence in Bosnia. For a current parallel, the Lord’s Resistance Army’s 24-year campaign of rebellion, rape and murder represents one of the world’s worst human rights crises today.”

Despite the brutality of the LRC, the AP has naturally declined to tell us the whole story. Uganda is a strategic asset for the United States. Back in 2005, investigative journalist Wayne Madsen reported that the U.S. had major communications and listening stations in Uganda’s Ruwenzori Mountains. Since then, Africom has set-up a sprawling operation there. Libya was its first “engagement.”

Moreover, the genocide in Rwanda was not simply blood lust between Tutsi and Hutu tribes, as dramatically depicted by the media at the time, but was ignited by several causes, most notably the intervention of the IMF in central Africa’s economy and its standard debt serving schemes resulting in famine and armed conflict, thus allowing the globalists to consolidate power.

“While the new loans [distributed to Rwanda] contributed to releasing money for the payment of debt servicing as well as equipping the armed forces, the evidence would suggest that a large part of this donor assistance was neither used productively nor was it channeled into providing relief in areas affected by famine,” writes Michel Chossudovsky.

In what is now a well-established pattern, the global elite exploited tensions created by the disastrous economic impact of its loan sharking operation and moved to establish a sphere of influence in a region historically dominated by the former colonial powers of France and Belgium.

“The civil war in Rwanda was a brutal struggle for political power between the Hutu-led Habyarimana government supported by France, and the Tutsi Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) backed financially and militarily by Washington,” Chossudovsky concludes. “Ethnic rivalries were used deliberately in the pursuit of geopolitical objectives. Both the CIA and French intelligence were involved.”

The IMF and World Bank played a cynical and murderous game in Uganda as well. Banker money ostensibly earmarked for the country’s economic and social reconstruction went to military destabilization operations in Rwanda and the Congo.

The Congo: A mineral rich prize for the globalists.

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“The Ugandan external debt was being used to finance these military operations on behalf of Washington with the country and its people ultimately footing the bill. In fact by curbing social expenditures, the austerity measures had facilitated the reallocation of State of revenue in favor of the Ugandan military,” Chossudovsky explains.

The LRC threat, cited on Friday in Obama’s less than obligatory letter to Congress, has been amplified by the presence of Africom in the country. “Critics have argued that not enough was done to protect civilians from the LRA rebels, who hacked, bludgeoned and bayoneted their way through nearby villages as they fled the joint military operation involving troops from Congo, Uganda and Sudan” under Africom direction, Stars and Stripes reported in 2009.

Africa is one of several targets of the globalists as they move to grab vital natural resources, consolidate power and unleash their monetary enslavement and world totalitarian government end game around the world. Remarkably, the self-destructive hubris of the elite is revealing itself as they attempt to accomplish overly ambitious goals in the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and Africa.

In their arrogance, the international banksters believe their engineered destruction of national economies and aggressive military destabilization plans simultaneously unleashed around the world will result in a situation where humanity will be obliged to crawl to them and beg for world government, as globalist minion Henry Kissinger intimated back in the 1990s.

In fact, as the growing but as of yet largely untutored “Occupy” movements reveal, a growing number of people in the West – in the belly of the beast, so to speak – are beginning to mobilize in resistance, despite the color revolution counter moves by the global elite and their intelligence apparatus to defuse the movement. At this point, it remains to be seen if the people can successfully identify the target and act coherently in opposition

http://www.infowars.com/globalist-warlord-obama-moves-to-expand-africom-reach/


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CHRISTIAN PERSECUTON IN 'ARAB SPRING'

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:42 pm

Winter for Christians in the Arab Spring?

Posted: 10/12/11 05:01 PM ET

Beirut -- The death of 24 Coptic Christians in Cairo this week is the latest in a string of ominous signs that the once-inclusive Arab Spring may be turning against the region's minorities -- including burned churches, the forced removal of Christians from government posts, and sectarian clashes in the streets. It is a feeling shared by many Christians across the Middle East. Yet how can it be that in this age of popular revolution and self-determination, Arab Christians -- whose communities predate the coming of Islam -- find themselves out in the cold?

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What Arab Spring? Blood of Arab Christians flows in Cairo, Egypt

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:43 pm

What Arab Spring? Blood of Arab Christians flows in Cairo, Egypt


The majority of Christians in Egypt are Coptic Orthodox. The word "Copt" comes from an early Greek name for Egypt. The escalating persecution of Christians in Egypt strikes at the foundations of the Christian Church. It also disputes the claim that the recent overthrow of the Mubarak regime inaugurated any kind of spring. For Arab Christians in Egypt, it has been anything but springtime - as their blood flows through the streets.

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Killing A Religion

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:47 pm

Killing A Religion


Posted 10/11/2011 06:41 PM ET


Intolerance: One of the most tragic results of our Middle East policy is that, along with all the money and lives squandered, we seem to be abetting the Muslim world in its efforts to kill off Christianity.

A major religion representing nearly a third of the world's 6.8 billion people is under harsh and constant attack. No, it's not Islam, which by law gets privileged but largely unneeded legal protection in both Europe and North America. It's Christianity, under siege as never before in many countries, but especially across the Mideast and South Asia.

Take Afghanistan, where — as noted Tuesday in a CNSNews.com report citing the U.S. State Department — "there is not a single, public Christian church left."

The last church in Afghanistan — where 1,700 U.S. troops have died since 2001 to keep the terrorist Taliban from taking over — was destroyed in March 2010.

Nor are any Christian schools left, part of a systematic campaign to de-Christianize the country.

In Egypt, meanwhile, since the Arab Spring began earlier this year, fundamentalist Muslims have slaughtered Christians by the hundreds. As the Associated Press put it, President Hosni Mubarak's ouster meant radical Muslims "enjoyed more freedom than ever before to go after their No. 1 target — Christians."

Freedom is a wonderful thing, but in this case it meant the cold-blooded murder of 26 Christians last weekend — an ongoing effort to eradicate the last vestiges of a religion that has existed in Egypt since the time of Christ.

Once, believe it or not, more than half of Egypt's population was Christian. Today, just 10% is. But we must remember, as Muslim rights groups keep telling us: Islam means peace.
The recent surge in violence is the rotten fruit of an Arab Spring that seems to be falling to the ground. Whether in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan or elsewhere in the Mideast, it's the same story: Christians can't worship openly or participate in civil society.

As this is going on, the United Nations — obsessed with acting on its members' irrational hatred of Israel — says and does nothing. It's too busy appeasing dictators and enabling Islamic extremists.

Tax dollars in support of all this keep flowing. Afghanistan received nearly $9 billion in U.S. aid last year; Egypt raked in nearly $2 billion. These are supposed to be investments in peace. But for endangered Christians, peace isn't just elusive — it's nonexistent.

http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article/587771/201110111841/Killing-A-Religion.htm



SURPRISE!!!!

isn't that what this is really all about?

we gott make sure God does curse us per genesis 12

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:52 pm

Christian minorities fear Arab Spring may threaten their existence

Seeded on Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:39 PM EDT (Al Masry al Youm (Egypt))
Seeded by krishna-167929

The rapid transformation in the Arab region - the result of popular rejection of authoritarian regimes - has raised fears among Christian minorities, who fear falling under the rule of extreme Islamists.

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:56 pm

Egypt: Destroying Churches, One at a Time


by Raymond Ibrahim
Hudson New York
October 10, 2011


What clearer sign that Egypt is turning rabidly Islamist than the fact that hardly a few weeks go by without a church being destroyed, or without protesting Christians being attacked and slaughtered by the military?

The latest chaos in Egypt—where the military opened fire on unarmed Christians and repeatedly ran armored vehicles over them, killing dozens—originates in Edfu, a onetime tourist destination renowned for its pharaonic antiquities, but now known as the latest region to see a church destroyed by a Muslim mob.

This church attack is itself eye-opening as to the situation in Egypt. To sum, St. George Coptic church, built nearly a century ago, was so dilapidated that the local council and governor of Aswan approved renovating it, and signed off on the design

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:57 pm

Israeli settlers burn church in Jerusalem

Saturday October 30, 2010 10:11


A hundred year old church was burned Friday by right-wing Israeli settlers, who broke a number of windows of the church and hurled Molotov cocktails inside.




Church in Jerusalem (photo from Ivarfjeld)


The damage to the church was substantial, with burn damage throughout the first floor of the building.

The church was built in Jerusalem in 1897, and housed the Palestinian Bible College until 1947, when parishioners were pushed out by Jewish armed gangs during the violence accompanying the creation of the state of Israel.

Christians make up 2% of the population of both Israel and the Palestinian Territories – the number used to be around 15%, but many Christians from the Holy Land have emigrated due to the harsh conditions of the Israeli occupation, and discrimination against them by the Israeli state.

This is not the first time that Israeli right-wingers have destroyed churches and church property – a number of Chrisitan churches were destroyed during the second initfada (uprising) that began in 2000, and many more were destroyed by Israeli forces during the 1948 and 67 wars.

http://www.imemc.org/article/59791

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 7:01 pm

Christian Persecution in the Middle East: Hidden Atrocities

By kingsjester
By now, I’m sure you’ve all heard about Florida Pastor Terry Jones burning a Koran and the resulting outcry from fanatical Muslims and their Dhimmi Accomplices, the American Left.

What you’re not hearing about is vividly retold by Kenneth Lewis on christiannewstoday.com:


In Afghanistan where they protested Pastor Terry Jones for threatening to burn the Koran, Bibles are confiscated and burned like pieces of garbage. Anyone who acknowledges faith in Christ experiences intense persecution, including death. Persecution in Afghanistan normally comes from family members and local villagers, while Muslim police officers and government officials turn a blind eye and do nothing.

According to The Voice of the Martyrs, (VOM) a young man became a Christian and was banned from his family’s house. Local Radicals in Afghanistan beat another man severely when they found he was sharing Christ with others. Both of these two men remain firm in their faith.

An evangelist who was formerly Muslim was attacked by al Qaeda assassins, but they were unable to kill him. The attackers were later arrested by police. This same brother is still receiving death threats, but he boldly continues to evangelize.

Another believer led several friends to Christ, and two of them were killed for their conversion shortly afterward.

Persecution of Christians in Muslim nations are real. Missionaries put their lives on the line daily in the front lines in order to share the eternal life saving gospel to the lost souls in Afghanistan where the Muslim religion is distorted by al Qaeda assassins and local radicals.
And none of us have heard this news, from cns.com:


While the Obama administration cited human rights atrocities in Libya as part of the reason for U.S. and U.N. military intervention there, neither the State Department nor the United Nations have apparently condemned an outbreak of violence in western Ethiopia, led by Muslim radicals. Since early March two Christians have reportedly been killed, more than 3,000 displaced and at least 69 churches destroyed.

Also, leading human rights organizations including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and Human Rights First appear not to have publicly condemned the attacks.

“Extremist Muslims killed two Christians, burnt 69 Christian churches, and destroyed 30 homes, leaving between 4,000 to 10,000 Christians displaced,” Jeremy Lim, International Christian Concern (ICC)’s regional manager for Southeast Asia, told CNSNews.com. ICC is a human rights group promoting religious freedom and assisting Christian victims of persecution.

According to Compass Direct News, which focuses on religious freedom issues, “38 of the churches burnt belonged to the Ethiopian Kale Hiwot, its Bible school building and two church office buildings, while 12 were Mekane Yesus buildings; six were Seventh-day Adventist structures; two were Muluwongel church buildings, and another belonged to a ‘Jesus Only’ congregation.” Kale Hiwot, Mekane Yesus and Muluwongel are evangelical denominations.
But the Main Stream Media made sure we heard about this:


At least eleven people were killed, including some United Nations officials, today in Afghanistan, apparently in response to Florida pastor Terry Jones burning the Koran last month, Afghan police and U.N. officials said.

The deaths followed a protest march in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif today against the Koran burning last month in which Jones supervised while another pastor, Wayne Sapp, soaked the Koran in kerosene and burned it after finding it “guilty” in a mock trial.

Police told ABC News the protest started peacefully but took a violent turn after a radical leader told those gathered that multiple Korans had been burned. In a fury, the people marched on the nearby U.N. compound despite police firing AK-47s into the air in hopes of subduing them.

Police eventually turned their weapons on the protestors, killing at least four, police said, before they were overtaken and had their guns stolen. Using the police weapons, the protestors killed four U.N. guards from Nepal and then three foreign workers in the U.N. building — a Norwegian, a Romanian and a Swede. An Afghan official said one man has been arrested for his role in allegedly masterminding the attack along with 19 others, according to a report by the Associated Press.
I would not have burned a Koran, and neither would most of you. However, to blame any deaths on the burning of a Koran, is to negate any personal responsibility by Muslim Fanatics for the murders that they have committed.

Have Americans killed any Muslims for burning Bibles?

Heck, our own military burned a bunch of them in Afghanistan, so that our soldiers would not offend anyone by handing them a Bible.

It seems to me that it’s time for President Barack Hussein Obama and his State Department, run by Secretary Hillary Clinton, to replace their spines of Jello with those of steel.

Mr. President, you’ve been shouting from the mountaintops, that you’re American, and a Christian, through and through, and all of these theories that you are not an American, or a Christian, are just that.

Prove it. Speak out against the atrocities being committed against Christians in Africa and the Middle East.

America’s waiting.

http://kingsjester.wordpress.com/2011/04/05/christian-persecution-in-the-middle-east-hidden-atrocities/

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The fruit of the Christian-Zionist / Neocon alliance: Christianity destroyed in Iraq & greater Middle East

Post by zone on Sat Oct 15, 2011 7:03 pm

The fruit of the Christian-Zionist / Neocon alliance: Christianity destroyed in Iraq & greater Middle East


March 12, 2010


This new decade has gotten off to a rough start for Christians living in the Islamic world. Just this week, hundreds of Nigerian Christians were killed by Muslims, though the religious dimension of that event is disputed. Just yesterday, in Manshera, Pakistan, suspected Islamists attacked the World Vision office, killing at least five people using bombs, hand grenades and guns. World Vision is the world’s largest Christian overseas relief and development agency, and its employees murdered yesterday — all Pakistanis — were assisting those still suffering from the Kashmir earthquake in 2005.

There was a massacre of Christians in Mosul, Iraq, on Jan. 2, and targeted killings of Christians throughout January and February. The “targeted killing” is an especially effective form of anti-Christian terror. A Christian — either a man or woman will do — is simply grabbed off the street by Islamists while walking to work or school, killed and the body dumped. No one can feel safe. When a Christian leaves home in the morning, he does not know if he will be killed that day solely for being a disciple of Jesus Christ.

There was a targeted killing of a Christian businessman on Jan. 17, the very day the city of Mosul received its new Catholic archbishop, Emil Shimoun Nona. Why the need for a new archbishop for Mosul? Islamists murdered the last one, Paulos Faraj Rahho, just two years ago.

Amid the general decline of Christians in the Middle East, the breakdown of order in Iraq has allowed Islamists to unleash constant violence against Iraq’s Christians. The goal is to drive Christians out from lands in which they have worshipped God since the early Christian centuries.

The figures show the general trend, and the acceleration due to recent violent persecution by Islamist bandits, unrestrained by the Iraq security forces. In 1932, Christians were 20% of the Iraqi population. By 1979, when Saddam came to power, they were 10%. After the first Iraq War in 1991, they were down to 5%. Since 2003 and the second Iraq War they are fewer than 3% and dropping rapidly.

There were some one million Iraqi Christians in 2003, and it is estimated that over half have fled since. Those who remain in Iraq have often fled their homes in the cities to live in the north, without homes or jobs. Hundreds of thousands have fled into neighbouring countries — Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Turkey.

Even if the slaughter was to stop, most of these people could not return home safely. In order to flee Iraq without being killed en route, many Christian refugees have to pay for protection — a nasty combination of religious persecution, organized crime and rapacious banditry. The refugee family likely has no home, no property, no car — nothing to return to. All of it has been given over to the extortion racket, often with an explicit proviso that if the Christian family seeks to return, all will be killed.

It appears that little can be done to stop the Islamist drive to de-Christianize Iraq. But something can be done for some Iraqi Christians, and Canada is leading the way.

In February 2009, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney increased from 1,200 to 2,500 the annual number of privately sponsored refugees that Canada would accept for three years through the Damascus office, where the largest number of Iraqi refugees are. In addition to the privately sponsored places, there are 1,400 annual places in the government-assisted resettlement program for Damascus. Such places are not for Christians alone, but are an undeniable help to Christians seeking refuge.

Yet refugees have to be sponsored and helped once they arrive in a strange land. Canadian Christian churches had extensive refugee sponsorship programs during the Cold War to accommodate those fleeing communist persecution. Over the years, those programs atrophied, as happily there were fewer Christians fleeing religious persecution. Now with the rise of the Islamist threat, those networks have to be reconstituted. It is not an easy task, but an impressive lead is being taken by Archbishop Thomas Collins of Toronto, whose city will likely be a principal place of resettlement. He has been encouraging his fellow Catholic bishops to intensify their efforts as well, and similar initiatives are being encouraged in other Christian communities.

The possible end of the Christian presence in Iraq — the land of Abraham — is an unspeakable sadness. Writing about this two years ago, I prayed that “fearsome justice” would be visited upon those who slaughter our fellow Christians in Iraq. That does not appear to be imminent. So while justice is delayed in Iraq, solidarity and charity in Canada is the best we can do.

Source: national Post.

http://reasonradionetwork.com/20100312/the-fruit-of-the-christian-zionist-neocon-alliance-christianity-destroyed-in-iraq



well who'da ever thought THAT WAS PART OF THE AGENDA?

don't these articles all say there was co-existence prior to 9-11 etc?

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:31 pm


Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law


Editorial Reviews


From Publishers Weekly

The December 2005 publication of a front-page New York Times piece about an NSA wiretapping program is the inciting incident at the heart of this provocative consideration of the conflict between the need for government secrecy and the role of a free press. Schoenfeld (The Return of Anti-Semitism), senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, publicly accused the paper of violating the law when it published the article. Here, the author concerns himself less with the specifics of the 2005 incident than the larger theoretical and historical questions it raises. The book goes back to the First and Second Continental Congresses to show that the founders believed the defense of national security made complete transparency impossible. It then jumps ahead to the 1917 Espionage Act, the critical legislation, in Schoenfeld's thesis, locating where secrecy and security trump freedom of the press—as it did until Daniel Ellsberg's leak of the classified Pentagon Papers to the Times. If Schoenfeld's argument sometimes feels one-sided, he succeeds in scrutinizing an issue of vital importance and putting it into a much broader context. (May)
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.



From Booklist

In 2006, conservative commentator Schoenfeld published an editorial in which he called for the prosecution of certain New York Times journalists under espionage laws for reporting details of the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping activity within the U.S. With this selection, Schoenfeld reasserts his complaint against the Times in the context of a broader discussion about the historical role of secrecy in American government. Examining the Founders’ attitudes toward government secrets as well as certain precedent-setting incidents such as Daniel Ellsberg’s release of the Pentagon Papers, he argues that the government should more aggressively assert its prerogative to control certain information, particularly that pertaining to national security, by prosecuting leakers and those who would publish sensitive leaked information. His primary frustration, however, is not with the government’s demonstrated reluctance to prosecute leakers (often for fear of further disclosures in court) but with the confidently adversarial stance of post-Watergate journalism in general. Though uncovering some fascinating and largely forgotten moments in American history—the 1931 Black Chamber affair, for example—this selection may put off some readers with its polemical tenor. --Brendan Driscoll --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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what's the correlation? any?

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:41 pm

i just lost a whole post asking why, if islamic anti-semitism (M.E.) is this huge problem, are North Americans supposed to perform PRECRIME GENOCIDE?

what pure rubbish.

stop dropping white phosphorus on your neighbours, stop bankrupting the world, rewriting history, and blaspheming Jesus would be a good place to allieviate your guilty conscience (if you have one) and paranoia.

what bull.

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Re: The Grand Chessboard

Post by zone on Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:02 pm

ALL OF THIS IS SPELLED OUT IN THE PNAC REPORT (PROJECT FOR THE NEW AMERICAN CENTURY) crafted by the NeoCons (Trotskyites):

Elites Announce Post Gadhafi Hit List


October 21, 2011 12:20





BeforeItsNews

by Zen Gardner

This will make your blood boil if it's not already.

News "source" outlets like AP and Reuters are owned propaganda mouthpieces for the elite controllers. Whatever they put out, especially in profiling pieces like this, is to give signals, while manipulating public opinion and preparing the populace for the next stages.

Never forget that.


Gadhafi is gone but other US foes remain


WASHINGTON (AP) — Moammar Gadhafi now joins the ranks of powerful foreign figures who have battled the United States only to come to a bad end.

But even with the demise of the Libyan dictator, plus Osama bin Laden, Iraq's Saddam Hussein and Serbia's Slobodan Milosevic, there are still autocrats around the world hostile to the U.S., notably in Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea and Iran.
1. Gadhafi "battled the US" because they ATTACKED him, with the help of the other hired NATO thugs. "What, he dared to not just roll over while we murder his people and family?"

2. Thanks for the hit list, PTBs. You left out Syria, Sudan, Pakistan and whatever Gulf states don't keep complying, or countries the military corporate industrial complex needs for "strategic purposes". Self defense is a BS buzzword.


America's most determined foes have been bucking more than just the world's sole surviving superpower, which spends as much on its military as all other countries combined. All faced social and technological trends that made their work more difficult by opening more borders to trade and travel, promoting ethnic and religious tolerance and wiring the world for high-speed Internet.

But as long as the U.S. maintains its leadership role in world affairs, it will find itself a tempting target.
3. Military budget as much as the rest of the world combined! That's to pretend to be concerned, while actually rattling their sabers. And don't forget they spend 3 times more on private contractors making bank on the blood of innocents. "They that live by the sword shall die by the sword."

4. "Social and technological trends that make their work more difficult"..i.e. the countries were evolving according to their own dynamics, transitioning at their own speed. The arrogant American and NATO terror-imperialists need to stay the hell out.

5. Twisted misleading lie of the day: "But as long as the U.S. maintains its leadership role in world affairs, it will find itself a tempting target." If you mean its leadership as a warring monster on innocent populations, it damn well better be a target for those wanting to defend their countries and families!


Not all dictators are regarded as enemies of the U.S.; during the Cold War and beyond, many have been treated as stalwart allies. Today, a number of autocrats endure criticism from the U.S. but are thought to represent little threat to Washington's strategic interests, including President Aleksander Lukashenko of Belarus, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Omar al-Bashir of Sudan and Islam Karimov of Uzbekistan.


Birds of a feather...Mugabe and Queen Lizzie

6. So what makes US installed brute beasts like Mugabe OK? Doesn't have any oil? Pays off the US with money or human trafficking or drugs? Yes, folks, it is that dark out there. Follow the money...and power.


From the U.S. perspective, the survival of openly hostile despotic regimes may be less important than the rise of rival economic and political powerhouses like China, India, Brazil and Russia, a trend that some experts say could one day create a world where the United States becomes one major power among many competing for influence and markets.
7. OMG, the US wouldn't have full reign over the world?...whatta pity. Actually, this is just adding to the list of countries being put on alert...toe the mark or else we're coming after you too.


The decline and fall of Gadhafi, Saddam and others doesn't mean the age of hostile dictatorships is ending. Just as enemies can become allies, allies can become adversaries. Source
8. How perceptive. You mean it's all politics dancing around rule by force? I'm shocked.

9. And we know "the age of hostile dictatorships is far from over"...the US corporofascist dictatorship masquerading as a "free democracy" is at this point the worst, most oppressive, world and society polluting, metastasizing monstrosity to ever attempt to rule the earth.

And if people don't disengage and disable the mechanics of this now global monster, a much worse worldwide police state awaits.

Meet the cold, hideous face of murder


Watch this wicked CFR gofer joke and laugh at Gadhafi's outright cold blooded assassination by these monsters. Lady, what goes around comes around. You reap what you sow. I'd rather you woke up from your evil spell and joined conscious humanity but I fear it's way too late for you and your ilk.

I guess you and yours won't be needing a trial either, Hills, if this is the form of justice you subscribe to.




Just had to weigh in on this sordid, heartbreaking, wanton destruction and genocide taking place while these devils wear the mask of "humanitarians".

Can it get any more Orwellian? I don't know.

Be well. And be conscious. And please act accordingly. The world is waiting for the awakening.

Love, Zen

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1266/015/Elites_Announce_Post_Gadhafi_Hit_List.html

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