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Tags: "War On Terrorism", al qaeda, arms, British Intelligence, CIA, covert, domestic, fraud, IS, ISIL, ISIS, Islamists, MI5, MI6, Nafeez Ahmed, terrorism, terrror, UK
Over the last decade or so – the very same period that the British state was grooming the “former jihadists who weren’t” so they could be paraded around the media-security-industrial complex bigging up the non-threat of “non-violent extremism” – the CIA and MI6 were coordinatingSaudi-led funding to al-Qaeda affiliated extremists across the Middle East and Central Asia to counter Iranian Shiite influence.
…Nevertheless in 2013, it was David Cameron who lifted the arms embargo to support Syria’s rebels [and Barack Obama in the USA]. We now know that most of our military aid went to al-Qaeda affiliated Islamists, many with links to extremists at home. The British government itselfacknowledged that a “substantial number” of Britons were fighting in Syria, who “will seek to carry out attacks against Western interests… or in Western states”.
…Yet according to former British counterterrorism intelligence officer Charles Shoebridge, despite this risk, authorities “turned a blind eye to the travelling of its own jihadists to Syria, notwithstanding ample video etc. evidence of their crimes there,” because it “suited the US and UK’s anti-Assad foreign policy”.
…This terror-funnel is what enabled people like Emwazi to travel to Syria and join up with IS – despite being on an MI5 terror watch-list. He had been blocked by the security services from traveling to Kuwait in 2010: why not Syria?
There are only a handful of guys in the world who both know what’s going on and choose to tell the truth about it. Nafeez is one of them.
Tags: British, intelligence, jihadi John, MI5, proxy, report, Syria, terrorism, UK
Emwazi was a “person of interest” for MI5 as he was a member of a London based jihadi cell that had been set up to recruit militants. Security services were aware that Emwazi had a telephone conversation with Hussein Osman on the day of the 21/7 planned attacks, who was later jailed for life for planting a bomb in a London underground station.
Mohammed Enwazi, the Islamic State terrorist known as “Jihadi John,” was identified by British intelligence but allowed to escape to Syria. It was also revealed that he had links to the failed 21/7 attacks in London, the Observer reports.
The British intelligence service MI5 had been keeping track of Emwazi since 2008, three years after the attempt by a group of western militants on July 21, 2005 to carry out terrorist attacks on British soil, the report revealed.
Tags: abuse, accountability, activism, black site, Chicago, fascism, Guardian, police, police state, protest, RAHM EMANUEL, rights, torture, unconstitutional
Surprise! Americans don’t like Gestapo free-for-alls in their hometowns.
Some of us have been warning about this glaringly fascist shit since the 80s and before. Anyone remember COINTELPRO?
Six people and multiple Chicago attorneys came forward to the Guardian this week with detailed accounts of police holding suspects and witnesses for sustained periods of detention inside Homan Square, without public records, access to attorneys or being read their most basic rights – involving what they said included shackling, physical abuse and being “disappeared” from legal counsel and family. The Guardian’s recent investigation into Chicago police brutality began the week before, with a two-part account of the tactics of Detective Richard Zuley, who went fromChicago homicide investigatorto Guantánamo Bay torturer.
Tags: Abby Martin, Breaking the Set, final episode, investigation, journalism, news, rt
Originally posted on J. Giambrone:
Make no mistake; this is an important story. This piece of history is so crucial that American children (and others) should be taught it as part of the curriculum. This is the CIA engaging in widespread international conspiracies, even domestically, by allowing thousands of tons of cocaine to be imported, when it was convenient for them. The hypocrisy of keeping that very same cocaine illegal for Americans and sending thousands of people to long prison terms for same makes these policies schizophrenic, immoral, blatantly criminal, and yet beyond the reach of the law. It lays bare the two-tiered so-called “justice” system, and shows the powerful as a criminal class, gangsters.
That’s what Gary Webb uncovered in 1996.
The cat was out of the bag already, somewhat, as a result of the Iran-Contra CONSPIRACY hearings of the mid-1980s. But that had died down and was largely forgotten about, at least in…
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Tags: control, corruption, deception, fraud, funding, gmos, monsanto, msionformaton, profit, public relations, regulation, science, short term
Monsanto knob, Robert T Fraley, Tweets:
“Why do people doubt science?”
And here’s the long answer…
“The main reason some multinationals prefer GM technologies over the many alternatives is that GM offers more lucrative ways to control intellectual property and global supply chains. To sideline open discussion of these issues, related interests are now trying to deny the many uncertainties and suppress scientific diversity. This undermines democratic debate – and science itself.” (see here)