THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!
A."Well, no, we're supporting them, the - oh, wait a minute, wait a minute, I'm sorry, I was thinking of El Salvador, because of the previous, when you said Nicaragua. Here again, this is something upon which the national security interests, I just - I will not comment." -- Ronald Reagan, former US President, Washington press conference, February 13th, 1983, as quoted by John Pilger in 'Heroes'
YOUR RANDOM DHS MONITORED PHRASE OF THE DAY
Such a FUSS over a silly anti-Islam movie!As I type these words, riots have erupted all across the middle east. Protesters attacked the US Consulate in Benghazi and killed the US Ambassador. In Cairo, protesters have surrounded the US Embassy and chant for the Americans to get out. In Iraq, Yemen, and a dozen other nations, the same is happening.
The consistent theme in all these protests is that America must leave.
The US corporate media tells a different tale. According to ABCNNBBCBSFOX, all this anger is over a silly little movie bashing Mohammed. The film, produced by
An Israeli with Jewish donors a Coptic Christian (to get Israel off of the hook) a CIA/Mossad asset who the heck knows, was intentionally created to be as offensive as possible to Muslims. The fact that it was a contrived piece of propaganda from the start is obvious. The entire cast and crew has gone public saying they were duped into making the film, with its offensive content added in during post production. In Hollywood, the normal behavior is to have ones name on everything one works on. That this film's producer worked so hard to keep himself hidden betrays the propaganda agenda.
But the American corporate media is trying to sell a message that all Muslims hate Americans without a good reason; that the riots are solely over this film, and since those eeeeeeviilllllll mooooooslims don't respect the First Amendment right to free speech, real patriotic Americans should believe that the Muslims have over-reacted.
But the rage seen across the mideast has very little to do with the film. They don't hate us for our freedoms, or for our religion. Those people in the nations invaded and subverted by the United States through a decade of overt and covert wars on behalf of Israel hate America because every time they see their friends and neighbors blown to bloody bits before their eyes, the shrapnel is stamped, "Made in the USA."
Do the citizens of those invaded nations have reason to hate America, other than that silly little film?
Well, yes, they do.
So, you think all that anger and rage is just because of a provocative movie?
If what you see above was being done to your family and friends, how would you feel?
That is how they feel. Their countries have been invaded on the basis of lies, their government subverted to serve foreign interests, their women and children killed, their places of worship bombed, their cultural history buried under rubble.
So why the big lie on American TV that this is all about a movie? To obscure the reality of what these invaded people have suffered at the hands of America by trivialities their rage. To demonize the Muslims by making their anger seem entirely out of proportion and unreasonable.
To ignite a wider war.
In the months before 9-11, there was a sudden surge of embassy attacks, all blamed on Osama Bin Laden. Those embassy attacks were the "warm up", a pre-sell of the idea that America was under threat from "Radical Islam" to prepare them mentally to believe the official story when 9-11 itself finally happened. And I greatly fear we may be seeing a repeat of this tactic.
For months, Netanyahu has been pushing for the United States to commit to as war with Iran, before Israel's elections in October. President Obama, knowing that Americans are weary of wars on Israel's enemies, wants to wait until after the November elections in the US. That Netanyahu cannot do, as absent a war to wave at the Israeli voters, the Likud party may well lose to the Kadima party, which means a pink slip for Netanyahu.
Netanyahu is in a corner, and desperate. His only remaining option is a new false-flag attack to be blamed on Iran, something spectacular enough to "motivate" the American people to throw their children onto the Iranian bayonets, something that will trick Americans into supporting Obama when he joins Israel's attack on Iran. Lastly, a spectacular false-flag attack, blamed on Iran, would undermine the Russian and Chinese commitments to defend Iran if Israel and the US attacks. If it is all "Iran's fault" in the eyes of their citizens, Russia and China may have to back down.
False-flag attacks are nothing new. The Lavon Affair was a classic example. So was the attack on the USS Liberty. So was 9-11.
So what is Netanyahu considering? Obviously if it involves a nuclear weapon, Netanyahu can say that it proves he was right all along that Iran is a dangerous nuclear threat. Where will that nuke be detonated? Opinions vary, from the Golden Gate bridge to the aging and about-to-be-retired USS Enterprise. But given that Israel obtained their first weapons-grade fissionables here in the United States, the possability that they already have a bomb inside our borders cannot be ruled out.
But of one thing I am certain. This current provocation of anger across the Middle East could well be the warm up to Israel's final push to trick the stupid Muslims and stupid Christians into killing each other off.
Please, don't be stupid.
UPDATE: The Christian Science Monitor is reporting that aside from the 14 minute clip posted to the internet, this supposed Mohammed-bashing movie does not seem to exist. Supporting the theory that this is a propaganda hoax, and given the statements made by the cast and crew that they were unaware that the movie they were hired to make was so imflammatory, it now appears that someone took the footage from the movie that was being made, "Desert Warrior" and repurposed it for this 14 minute clip. But there is no actual movie.