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Philip Giraldi talks about narratives! (via Socio-Economic History Blog)

We are always being told stories. Many people cannot seem to understand that we are being told stories, because they like the stories so much. Reality is not as nice as these wonderful stories in which Jews and Americans are always the heroes.

aangirfan: America Blames the Victims

The classic case is the use by the Zionists of terrorism in order to steal the land of the Palestinians.

The Palestinians get blamed for this.

Mossad and its friends then set up organisations such as al Qaeda, partly to discredit Moslems.

...The CIA put Saddam into power and then blamed the Iraqis for having Saddam as their leader. (Saddam worked for the CIA)

The CIA put the Ayatollahs into power and then blamed the Iranians for having a fundamentalist government. (The Ayatollahs and the CIA)

The CIA poured money into the fundamentalist extremist groups in Afganistan, and then blamed the Afghans for having fundamentalist extremist leaders. ("CIA worked with Pakistan to create Taliban")

The CIA poured money into the fundamentalist extremist groups in Pakistan, and then blamed the Pakistanis for having fundamentalist extremist leaders. (CIA's Illegal Operations in Central Asia Using Islam & Madrassas ... /Mumbai Attacks Expose Mossad – CIA Plan to disrupt, Balkanize and ... )

Judging by the evidence, it is reasonable to assume that the CIA and its friends brought down the Twin Towers on 9 11. (QUESTIONS ON 9 11 / LOCKERBIE AND THE FINANCING OF 9 11 /DON'T BLAME 9 11 ON THE JEWS )

And yet many dumb Americans blame only Moslems for 911.

And if you don't believe that the USA is behind most of the terrorism, it is because of Operation Mockingbird, the CIA takeover of the media. (Mockingbird )

video via Kenny's Sideshow

Damian Lataan asks if war against Iran is a distraction to cover Israel's ultimate goals. He examines the narratives.

Any strike on Iran by either the US or Israel or both is likely to be cataclysmic in scale yet for the Zionists of Israel such a war will serve only to distract the people of the West from the real aims of instigating such a horrific war which is to provide both the opportunity and the cover for Israel to realise its ultimate regional endgame of creating a Greater Israel. The Zionist’s dream of a Greater Israel includes occupying, and eventually annexing, south Lebanon up to at least the Litani River and possibly beyond, and also the full occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with the eventual deportation of the Palestinians living in these places to the Sinai and Jordan.
...The Zionist leaders of Israel have learnt their lesson; in the future they will not attempt to get what they want while the eyes of the world are upon them. Before attacking Hezbollah and Hamas again the Zionists of Israel need to ensure that the eyes of world are looking elsewhere. They will also need to ensure that their casus belli for attacking Hezbollah and Hamas and invading Lebanon and the Gaza Strip is credible – and what more credible or plausible an excuse could the Israelis have for attacking Hezbollah and Hamas than pre-empting strikes by them in retaliation for Israel having attacked Iran in order to eliminate an ‘existential and imminent nuclear threat’.

Very much worth reading in full.


kenny said…
Lataan pegs it. The psychopathic goal of a greater Israel will never end until we pull our support for the madness. That's a big if.
Anonymous said…
Excellent as always. Very useful videos from RT! Many thanks for the links!

- Aangirfan
kenny said…
Totally off topic but something you might find interesting or perhaps typical from your perspective.

A local Catholic priest feels the wrath of the Vatican for speaking his mind and backtracks.

I always thought married priests could go a long way towards solving some 'problems' but I'm not Catholic so what do I know.
Anonymous said…
Kenny, Peasant has to be used to OT. Sometimes I don't know enough about the subject matter to comment but I run into something I think is useful so I post it here. I do it because sometimes you feel like you have to relay things to someone who has brains enough to understand it and see the significance and Peasant is one of my favorite people.

I do the same on your site also.
A. Peasant said…
ha, hi all. just popping in briefly to say OT is ok with me. OT + rudeness = spam in my estimation.

i will check out the links & thanks.
Anonymous said…

A must see, the author of "The Madness Of King George"

Almost as much humor as the dog.
A. Peasant said…
Kenny, that article about the priest really shows the church hierarchy up for the mafioso they are. i left the church some time back when i realized the level of depravity and that it reached to the top. i took my faith and left. any changes they make will just be to buy time because the church will go down along with everything else once the scope of the pedophocracy becomes clear.