Posts Tagged ‘murder’

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If fascism is the merger of corporations and state, then this is iron clad, unholy fascism, and nothing beside–

“There was CIA involvement through a company called Mega Oil. They were shipping in arms under the cover of oil tools.”

…CIA, MI6 and British Petroleum engineered a coup d’état, overthrowing a nation’s elected president who was “not favorable to BP.” The corporation’s former vice president, Leslie Abrahams … was working for BP, he was also an operative for MI6, British intelligence.

Lap Dancers, the CIA, Payoffs and BP’s Deepwater Horizon

Question: Why in the world was BP allowed to use this insanely dangerous “quick-dry” cement just after a failure in the Caspian? Answer: A cover-up—via threats, beatings, arrests, bribery, perjury and the complicity of the U.S. State Department.

I learned of the prior blowout only because of a coded message from the Caspian Sea received from one very nervous eyewitness.

 

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German state tv blames ukraine opposition for massacre at maidan

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According monitor, there are videos, which show demonstrants, how they were fired not only from the direction of government facilities but also from direction of the Hotel Ukraina, that was in the back of the demonstrants. According to an eyewitness, who was on that day near the hotel and also near government facilites, he confirmed the happenings. “Somebody fired at us in our back, from the eigth or ninth floor of the Hotel Ukraina. They were surely professional’s.” Many journalists resided there and the hotel was completely in the hands of opposition member’s. In the morning of 20 th. Febr. the hotel let only poeple in the facility who had a key for a room. 

German investigation corroborates the previous leaked phone call, and the ongoing cover up by the Ukraine coup leaders today.

German report (no English translation):

 

Google translated version of page.

 

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The controversy over the film is addressed, and the film defended by Indonesian film student Christine Phang, whose parents lived through the genocide.

THE ACT OF KILLING: MY FAMILY LIVED THROUGH IT

Everyone seems to ignore US / western support for these mass murderers.  That leaves a gaping hole in the history and in the understandings of the masses.   After 1959 the US gave $64 million in military funding to buy their way into the Indonesian military.  The US has a dedicated department of dirty tricks assigned to every single nation on earth.  It has since the early 1950s.   Every so-called “revolution” and every coup seems to have US covert actions and funding involved somewhere along the line.  This is OLD news, not new.  It should be common knowledge to everyone on this planet, as the practice is so widespread and consistent.

 

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Drones will cause an upheaval of society like we haven’t seen in 700 years

 

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In my last Musical Sunday collection I included a song, “Hey Man Nice Shot” that I don’t believe actually reflects reality.  So, to set the record straight, or perhaps to muddy the waters further, I need to talk about Kurt and Courtney.

This is not a biopic.  This is not a fan film.  This is an accusation of murder.

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Courtney Love hired a private detective to find out why Kurt was missing, and she chose Tom Grant from the phone book.

Tom Grant is convinced that Cobain was murdered.  This documentary names the murderer.*  It was in all likelihood a conspiracy, and the motive was a big pile of money.  The world, however, tells a different story about Cobain, the story that was far easier to believe.

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This brave documentary opened my eyes as to what the medium could do.  It could dig harder and challenge the whole world’s beliefs.  Pretty strong stuff, and the full film is available streaming free now on Snag.

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Here’s the trailer:

* The film version on Snag Films appears to have cut the revelation of the identity of the alleged murderer.  This information comes from El Duce, Eldon Hoke, who mentions, “Alan” and stops short there.  El Duce winds up hit by a train the following week.

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There is an alleged “Hoax” which Tom Grant disputes concerning a character named “Allen Wrench,” who claims to have been the killer.  Wrench has some crime scene details wrong.  However, there is a possibility that this Allen may be involved somehow, but not the actual trigger man.  The naming by Eldon Hoke, who just happened to not notice an oncoming train shortly afterward, suggests foul play.

This is Tom Grant’s take.

 

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Nick Fraser writes in The Guardian:

So let me be as upfront as I can. I dislike the aesthetic or moral premise of The Act of Killing.

…I’d feel the same if film-makers had gone to rural Argentina in the 1950s, rounding up a bunch of ageing Nazis and getting them to make a film entitled “We Love Killing Jews”.

What’s not in the film:

The American Embassy in Jakarta supplied the Indonesian military with lists of up to 5,000 suspected Communists.[24] Although some PKI branches organised resistance and reprisal killings, most went passively to their deaths.[25] Not all victims were PKI members. Often the label “PKI” was used to include anyone to the left of the Indonesian National Party (PNI).[26] In other cases victims were suspected or simply alleged Communists.[10]

… Bradley Simpson, Director of the Indonesia/East Timor Documentation Project at the National Security Archive, claims that “the United States was directly involved to the extent that they provided the Indonesian Armed Forces with assistance that they introduced to help facilitate the mass killings,” which included the CIA providing small arms from Thailand, and the US government providing monetary assistance and limited amounts of communications equipment, medicine and a range of other items, including shoes and uniforms, to the Indonesian military.

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Chelsea Manning acceptance statement of Sam Adams Award for Integrity inIntelligence

 

In a recent Freedom of Information Act case(2) — a seemingly Orwellian “newspeak” name for a statute that actually exempts categories of documents from release to the public — a federal district court judge ruled against the New York Times and the American Civil Liberties Union. The Times and the ACLU argued that documents regarding the practice of “targeted killing” of American citizens, such as the radical Sunni cleric Anwar Nasser al-Aulaqi were in the public’s interest and were being withheld improperly.

The government first refused to acknowledge the existence of the documents, but later argued that their release could harm national security and were therefore exempt from disclosure. The court, however, felt constrained by the law and “conclud[ed] that the Government [had] not violated the FOIA by refusing to turn over the documents sought in the FOIA requests, and [could not] be compelled . . . to explain in detail the reasons why [the Government's] actions do not violate the Constitution and laws of the United States.”

However, the judge also wrote candidly about her frustration with her sense that the request “implicate[d] serious issues about the limits on the power of the Executive Branch under the Constitution and laws of the United States,” and that the Presidential “Administration ha[d] engaged in public discussion of the legality of targeted killing, even of [American] citizens, but in cryptic and imprecise ways.” In other words, it wasn’t that she didn’t think that the public didn’t have a right to know — it was that she didn’t feel that she had the “legal” authority to compel disclosure.

This case, like too many others, presents a critical problem that can also be seen in several recent cases, including my court-martial. For instance, I was accused by the Executive branch, and particularly the Department of Defense, of aiding the enemy — a treasonable offense covered under Article III of the Constitution.

Granted, I received due process. I received charges, was arraigned before a military judge for trial, and eventually acquitted. But, the al-Aulaqi case raises a fundamental question: did the American government, and particularly the same President and Department, have the power to unilaterally determine my guilt of such an offense, and execute me at the will of the pilot of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle?

Until documents held by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel were released after significant political pressure in mid-2013, I could not tell you. And, very likely, I do not believe I could speak intelligently of the Administration’s policy on “targeted killing” today either.

There is a problem with this level of secrecy, obfuscation, and classification or protective marking, in that they supposedly protect citizens of their nation; yet, it also breeds a unilateralism that the founders feared, and deliberately tried to prevent when drafting the American Constitution. Now, we have a “disposition matrix,” classified military commissions, and foreign intelligence and surveillance courts — modern Star Chamber equivalents.

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Gangster state gets complicity from its media:

US Media Blacks out Snowden Interview Exposing Death Threats

Citing published statements by unnamed US intelligence and military operatives calling for his assassination, he warned that he faces “significant threats” to his life and that US “government officials want to kill me.”

The interview, broadcast by the German television network ARD, was largely blacked out by the US media. The New York Times carried not a word of what Snowden said, while the cable and broadcast news programs treated the interview with near total silence.

…The media’s silencing of the German television interview has another, even more sinister implication. It wants to silence Snowden’s warnings about the threats against his life in order to facilitate the work of any death squad formed by the US government to make good on these threats.

NSA continues to operate in flagrant violation of the US Constitution and the 4th Amendment therein, which reads:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.[1]

Wake the fuck up.

 

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‘Knockout game’ leads to arrests, more police patrols
Teen ‘knockout game’ continues to harm innocent people

The worrying ‘game’ is played by choosing victims at random and trying to knock them to the ground with one punch. More and more people report being victimized by its callous ‘players.’

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