How often does the FBI end up killing a "Person of Interest"? It runs counter to gathering information in pursuit of an investigation.
"There is no way to vote against corporate power. Citizens have no way to bring about the prosecution of Wall Street bankers and financiers for fraud, military and intelligence officials for torture and war crimes, or security and surveillance officers for human rights abuses. The Federal Reserve is reduced to printing money for banks and financiers and lending it to them at almost zero percent interest; corporate officers then lend it to us at usurious rates as high as 30 percent. I do not know what to call this system. It is certainly not capitalism. Extortion might be a better word. "
The rabbit hole goes deeper. What he seaid in the earlier weeks, this year:
"The formula for a public assassination is: the character assassination before the physical assassination; so one has to be made killable before the eyes of the public in order for their eventual murder to then (be) deemed justifiable.
"And when the time arrives for these hits to be carried out, you're not going to see a CIA agent with a suit & tie, and a badge that says 'CIA'.
"What they will do is to out-source to local police departments in the region of their target, and to employ those that look like the target of interest to infiltrate the workings in order to set up the environment for the eventual assassination (character, physical/incarceration, exile) to take place."
By HSBC. Everywhere you look. I'd love to get a few of these on the jetway gantries:
And the Federalists were fascist bastards.
"By transforming democracy into a concept that encouraged uninhibited wealth accumulation rather than wealth equality, the founding elite (and subsequent generations of elites) tamed what they could not defeat. They turned democracy from a threat into an asset by making it into a concept that supported their own ideals and interests."
You must keep "anti-semitism" alive.
Yeah. There's no disinformation network or false narratives planted in the media. Hal was just a fluke.
"After the tsunami there was great concern that many of the children left without families due to that disaster had disappeared into Asian, Middle Eastern sex trade rings."
Why bring this up, after 8 years?
1000 a month being killed in Mexico. Most of it as close to US border as Ciudad Juarez.
But OMG!!! Syria!!!
The Neocons never stopped operations. The "Arab spring" was another route to the PNAC "Rebuilding America's Defences".
And wife Katherine Russell was his CIA handler.
"What does a massive coincidence like this mean?
You tell me. All I can do is report the stuff no one else seems to be able to get around to. (Nice in-depth front page article today Washington Post on the "mystery" of Tamerlan that breathes a hint of none of this.)"
Tax dollars buying freedom around the world:
The uncle of the accused Boston Marathon bombers incorporated, in 1995, a company called the "Congress of Chechen International Organizations."
Even as the company was sending aid to Islamic terrorists in Chechnya, its listed address was in the home of former top CIA official Graham Fuller.
Ruslan Tsarni was listed as the company's resident agent. The company's address was 11114 Whisperwood Ln in Rockville MD., the home of Graham Fuller, the one-time Vice-Chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA under President Reagan.
Using the home address of a top CIA official under President Ronald Reagan, who had also, and perhaps not coincidentally, been the author of a famous memo that eventually led Oliver North to step off a plane in Iran with TOW missiles in one hand and a cake for the Ayatollah in the other, Ruslan Tsarni's Congress of Chechens put into practice the CIA's unacknowledged policy in the former Soviet Republics.
...it just should be a little bit better for me. That works. Now it's what's good for me should be bad for you. That doesn't really work. That's going to rot out the whole system."
Well, everyone is upset at the Sonics decision.
Me, I was just hoping for a decent NHL team.
Hockey, that is.