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False Flags, Barry Soetoro, and The Revolution



Professor Jim Fetzer, Alfred Webre and Bob Tuskin discuss a variety of topics at the Free Your Mind Conference


Dr. James Fetzer: A former Marine Corps officer, Jim Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality.

McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone.

The founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, his latest books include The Evolution of Intelligence (2005), The 9/11 Conspiracy (2007), Render Unto Darwin (2007), and The Place of Probability in Science (2010).

Alfred Lambremont Webre’s book, Exopolitics: Politics, Government and Law In the Universe first defined the formal field of Exopolitics (the science of relations between intelligent civilizations in the Universe)

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Connections Between Economic Powers and Nazi Germany- Rockefellers, Bush Family, and More


How the Rockefeller Oil Company, the Royal Bush Family, and IBM did business with Nazis, and many other fascist connections (vital information for your friends who don’t know about these connections)


by Cassius Methyl

Have you ever wondered why people call George Bush a “nazi”, or a “fascist”? Did you ever think these were just meaningless insults? If so, you are mistaken. People call George Bush and his family nazis and fascists, because his grandfather did business with Nazi Germany very closely, and was heavily involved with assisting them.

IBM, the American technology company, helped the Nazis keep track of their halocaust victims and store data during WWII. Their employees has received 5 Nobel peace prizes, just like the middle eastern children murdering Barack Obama. If you think this is bad, you haven’t heard the beginning of it; the web of connection there was, between American economic powers and Nazi Germany, is a very complicated and interwoven system.

The Rockefeller Oil Company sold oil to the Nazis during WWII, the very oil that was used in planes to bomb the UK, and many other military operations. These people never faced charged of “aiding the enemy”, and there isn’t a much more direct way they could aid them in destroying other human beings then this. Why? Because the United States government, since some say , around 1913, with the creation of the federal reserve, has been under the control of the most powerful economic powers of the United States and the world, like the Rockefellers, who wanted war.
The Rockefeller Foundation, as they could not manage to do without the disguise of charity, funded eugenics programs, essentially “ethnic cleansing” programs worldwide, and is widely believed to be the real cause of the halocaust. In 1932, Rockefeller foundation funded Dr. Ernst Rudin became president of the worldwide Eugenics Federation. The Movement called for the killing and sterilization of people who’s “heredity made them a public burden”. A few months later, Hitler gained control of Germany, and this program.

Perhaps most notoriously, the CIA carried out “Operation Paperclip”, briefly after WWII, bringing over a thousand nazi scientists to the US from Germany, who were given new identities, and began to work alongside an unsuspecting American civilian population. After the bankers had their war and their job done in Germany, why not just recycle the scientists? Just as if they controlled both the US and Germany, as the non mainstream facts seem to indicate. Mainstream culture and their version of history, goes into childlike detail to illustrate a nationalist version of history that would by contrast make these facts seem insane. But considering that, this all makes too much sense.

But wait, there is even more. Prescott Bush, the father of George HW Bush, and grandfather of George W Bush, was closely involved with Nazi Germany, making deals with them so complicated, they form a web of interactions, just as if Germany and the United States were one. Prescott Bush’s Father was a Railroad Executive and then a Steel Company President, and Prescott was a Wall Street Banker like David Rockefeller, who also sold oil to Nazi Germany and gave them support. Rather then facing by consequences for these acts of vile treason against the human race, these people have furthered their success tremendously. David Rockefeller’s son, Jay Rockefeller, has been in the US Senate since 1984, and every single one of Prescott Bush’s descendants have been president, or a powerful politician, like Jeb Bush, a Florida Politician.

There are many, many more ties between the great fascist economic powers of the United States, and Nazi Germany, and their so called enemies in WWII. Ones will to research about it on their own, is the determining factor on whether or not a person will know the true version of history. Mainstream history, of course, illustrates the events from such a false, nationalist perspective, that by contrast, what has been said in this article would seem ridiculous. Yet, it is fact, and it is there on the Internet and in certain books, waiting to be discovered.

There is too much too explain the whole of it in this article, however, I can tell you this- the politicians of the United States are, and have been, heavily involved with, and very often related to, the most wealthy and powerful families on the planet. A merger between economic powers and political powers is exactly what constitutes fascism, that is the exact definition. When thinking about a global conspiracy, think about the Rockefellers, the Bush Family, the bankers, and the economic ties. Oh, and I didn’t even mention yet, that the Bush Family directly descended from King John of England, who signed the Magna Carta in the 13th Century. Not only that, but every single president except Martin Van Buren directly descended from him, and many, many other royal figures. The truth is truly stranger then fiction, and it is so very complicated, one must do the research for themselves.

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America’s Economic War on the People of Iran: Obama Signs Executive Order Targeting Iran’s Currency and Auto Industry

Global Research

The Nobel Peace Prize President recently signed another executive order targeting Iran’s currency, the ‘rial’ due to its nuclear program. It is intended to make the Iranian people angry at the government for high food prices and an economy that is continuing to stagnate due to numerous sanctions imposed by the West, particularly the United States. The Associated Press reported this past Monday that

The new sanctions marked the first time Iran’s currency, the rial, has been targeted directly with sanctions, the White House said. The sanctions apply to foreign financial institutions that purchase or sell significant amounts of the rial, and to those who hold significant amounts of the rial in accounts outside Iran.”

The Obama administration’s new sanctions not only targets Iran’s government, it targets the Iranian people. It affects their everyday lives and their basic living essentials that include food and medicine. Targeting Iran’s currency adds pressure to food prices such as chicken, meat and cooking oil that already have increased to more than 60 percent in the last several months. Sanctions imposed in the past include oil and banking embargos that have led to shortages of foreign currencies leading to the decline of the Islamic Republic’s needed income, at the same time contributing to high inflation rates while weakening the buying power of the Iranian people. The Associated Press also reported that the ‘rial’ would not be able to be used outside of Iran for trade or other financial transactions:

Senior administration officials said the sanctions were designed to make the rial essentially unusable outside of Iran. The hope is that banks and businesses holding Iranian currency will dump the funds, making the rial weaker. The value of the rial has dropped by half since the start of 2012, the White House said.

In a report conducted by Reuters back in April said that

“Iran has suffered double-digit inflation for most of the past decade. Inflation began rising sharply at the end of 2010 when the government slashed food and fuel subsidies; since then the sanctions, imposed over Iran’s disputed nuclear programme, have pushed down its currency, adding to pressure on prices.”

The Obama administration is conducting economic warfare against the Iranian people because the latest sanctions target basic living essentials, especially food. When food prices are out of reach for the average consumer, it creates anger and disappointment among the population that unfortunately reflects the Iranian government’s actions and policies on the economic front right before the presidential elections scheduled on June 14th. The Iranian government is under numerous sanctions which make it difficult to operate in the best interests of the people. The leadership of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his government has planned a strategy to counter economic sanctions with 3 months worth of food supplies. The question is would it be enough until the Iranian government finds a way around the economic sanctions imposed by the West?

The Obama administration hopes to start a propaganda campaign by painting the Iranian government as an oppressive regime who is working against the best interests of their own people. According to the Associated Press report,

“To that end, the U.S. last week eased restrictions on exports of advanced communications equipment to Iranian civilians, aiming to help Iranians interact with the outside world and shed light on what U.S. officials described as the regime’s oppressive attempts to stifle dissent.”

The US and its Western counterparts would be satisfied if the sanctions would result in another Arab Spring of 2011 right before or during the Iranian elections where public discontent is visible to the eyes of the world. But that is unlikely. It is intended to create a vision of Iranian society that its government is not working in the best interest of the people. The Obama administration’s idea is for the Iranian people to “Shed Light” on the Iranian government’s actions if they decided to stage angry protests on the streets. If it turns violent then the Iranian government would be seen as a repressive regime against the people.

The Iranian population is angry and frustrated with their country’s economic uncertainty, but they know who and what is the cause of their difficult situation. They understand that the West is responsible for their difficult living conditions.

They remember that the US and British governments installed the dictator Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavī known as the Shah of Iran back in 1953 when Mohammad Mosaddegh was overthrown by the covert actions of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the British MI6. The Western plan is to systematically build a vision of the Iranian government as the true enemy against the Iranian people.

The Obama administration hopes that the Iranian government would crack down on angry protesters if they were to take place during the June 14th elections. That is the response the US and its allies would hope to achieve. It gives more ammunition to the US, UK and Israel to justify its planned attack in the future because the Iranian government is an oppressive regime that mistreats its people. But we all know who is pulling the strings behind the scenes and it is not the Iranian government.

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Obama 2007 Speech: ‘NO More Spying on Citizens’



In 2007, Obama proclaimed that he would put an end to all forms of spying on citizens not suspected of a crime. In his words, he would make sure there was ‘no more tracking’ of citizens that weren’t doing anything wrong.

ByAnthony Gucciardi

Seven years later, we now have the largest public leak of NSAspying data in history, with literally every citizen a target of what’s known as the ‘PRISM’ spy grid. The NSA actually goes directly to the servers of your favorite mega tech companies to grab your personal data and chats, from Google to Facebook and Apple. This was at first disputed by the tech companies themselves and even the United States Director of National Intelligence, but as it turns out a second leaked slide confirms that the entire basis of PRISM is actually 100% direct connection to these mega tech servers.

So what exactly is Obama saying when he says that he is going to put an end to the massive spying on citizens? The spying that he says was actually a part of the Bush Administration and something he was going to put a halt to once taking office. Well, we all know that spying on US citizens is not purely a Democratic of Republicanthing. Instead, it’s more of an absolute power corruption thing. And Obama is continuing the trend of Big Brother government that has its roots far before the Bush Administration — despite his empty promises.

Let’s look at what Obama said in 2007 when vying for the vote in regards to his promises of alleviating spy programs in the US that target citizens who are not engaging in criminal activity (he even specifically mentions protesters, who are targeted most of all):

“This Administration also puts forward a false choice between the liberties we cherish and the security we demand…

That means no more illegal wire-tapping of American citizens. No more national security letters to spy on citizens who are not suspected of a crime. No more tracking citizens who do nothing more than protest a misguided war. No more ignoring the law when it is inconvenient. That is not who we are. And it is not what is necessary to defeat the terrorists… We will again set an example for the world that the law is not subject to the whims of stubborn rulers, and that justice is not arbitrary.”

What a nicely written load of absolute garbage. Notice that he uses lawyer terminology to trick you into thinking he’s saying something much larger than he truly is. He says no more “illegal” wire-tapping of American citizens. Well, under FISA/The Patriot Act, it’s not illegal. So therefore, there is no such thing as ‘illegal’ wire-tapping of American citizens. When the law is written by corrupt politicians with a history of law, you can actually be within the ‘law’ while doing these things — at least the new ‘law’ that abandons the Constitution at large. Not to say that Obama actually wrote this speech, of course.

But the bottom line remains the same: Obama specifically spoke out in 2007 against the very thing we know is going on today, promising that he would take action and put an end to the surveillance state. Will there be a real response? Will Obama be forced to answer for his complete lies and misdirection?

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Free My Internet’: Hundreds March in Singapore Against Website Licensing Regime



In Singapore, up to 2,000 activists lead by local bloggers staged a rally against recently introduced licensing rules for news websites, including breaches of “racial or religious harmony”, which protesters see as an attack on freedom of expression.


People gather to listen to bloggers speeches during a rally at a free-speech park called Speakers’ Corner in Singapore on June 8, 2013 (AFP Photo / Roslan Rahman)


A crowd with posters denouncing “internet censorship” gathered on Saturday in Speakers’ Corner at Hong Lim Park to demand the withdrawal of the policy. The peaceful demonstration in the Southeast Asian city-state was organized by a group of bloggers called “Free My Internet.”

The message of the gathering – “the government must trust us, and stop treating us like babies,” said Choo Zheng Xi, the group’s spokesperson. “It is an international embarrassment when governments around the world are working to deregulate the Internet, and Singapore, one of the wealthiest nations per capita, is going in the opposite direction,” the activist told AFP.

Under the rules that came into force in June, news websites must obtain annual licenses if they have over 50,000 unique visitors from Singapore every month and publish at least one weekly article on the island’s news over a period of two months.

To get the license, they must pay about $39,500. Also, licensed sources will be subjected to government control and will have to remove banned content – such as articles that undermine “racial or religious harmony” – within 24 hours after they get a notification from Singapore’s media regulator.

The new regulations have sparked fierce criticism among the city-state’s internet community who accused the government of attempts to introduce online media censorship. Authorities, in response, assured web-users that their personal blogs and many news commentary website will not be affected.

According to Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim, the websites that are required to get licenses will “have to conform to certain minimum standards as far as we are concerned, and we think it’s not as onerous as what’s been made up by some people online,” he said earlier this week, as cited by AP.

The new regulation affects ten websites so far, including Yahoo! News in Singapore.

A day earlier, some 162 websites blacked out their content in protest against the licensing rules, Asia One reported.  Most of the sites replaced their homepages with a “Free My Internet” message on black screen and information on the Saturday rally.

Human Rights Watch also criticized the move in a statement on Friday, saying that the Singapore licensing policy “casts a chill over the city-state’s robust and free-wheeling online communities,” and will limit Singaporeans’ access to independent media.

Singapore is placing its status as a world-class financial center at clear risk by extending its record of draconian media censorship to the digital world,” said Cynthia Wong, senior internet researcher at Human Rights Watch, as quoted by Reuters.

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Activists in Turkey Present Their List of Demands


Activists in Turkey present their Demands after a week of Protests and Brutal Crackdown


ISTANBUL, TURKEY – JUNE 04: Protestors throw tear gas back at Turkish police during clashes with Turkish police near Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan office, between Taksim and Besiktas, early morning on June 4, 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey. The protests began initially over the fate of Taksim Gezi Park, one of the last significant green spaces in the center of the city. The heavy-handed viewed response of the police, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government’s increasingly authoritarian agenda has broadened the rage of the clashes. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)


By Avalon 


After a week long series of violent protests in Turkey and brutal crackdown with riot police using teargas and water cannons, activists have presented a list of demands of Turkish authorities. The origin of the protests were reportedly over the fate of Taksim Gezi Park, one of the last significant green spaces in the center of the city.Due to the violent response of the police, thousands took to the streets to join in protest of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan increasingly authoritarian government.

The June 06, 2013 Boston Globe article Turkish activists present demands by Suzan Fraser from AP describe a ‘Police Gone Wild’ scenario:

ANKARA, Turkey — Activists presented a list of demands on Wednesday they said could end days of antigovernment demonstrations that have engulfed Turkey, as trade unions joined in the outpouring of anger, shouting slogans and wielding banners calling for the prime minister to resign.

The activist group denounced Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s “vexing” style and urged the government to halt Taksim Square redevelopment plans, ban the use of tear gas by police, release detained protesters, and lift restrictions on freedom of expression and assembly.

It also demanded that officials responsible for the violent crackdown be removed from office.

Thousands of union members on a two-day strike marched into Istanbul’s landmark Taksim Square and central Ankara in a show of support for protesters angry at what they see as Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian rule. Police used tear gas and water cannons to break up the gathering in Ankara after about eight hours.

To defuse the tension, the deputy prime minister met with a group whose attempt to prevent authorities from ripping up trees in Taksim has snowballed into the nationwide protests.

Over five days, police in Turkey have deployed water cannons and tear gas has clouded the city centers.

One can speculate whether the demands will be met, but it does look as thought the protests are nationwide with labor unions joining in. A legitimate question one can also ask is these riots that sprung from activist protests don’t really represent a deep anger of the population in Turkey over Foreign Policy and the U.S. government moving Turkey into a pivitol role in the war raging in Syria. Some of the demand of the activists include:

  • Halt Taksim Square redevelopment plans
  • Ban the use of tear gas by police
  • Immediately release detained protesters
  • Lift restrictions on freedom of expression and assembly.
  • The officials responsible for the violent crackdown be removed from office

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New World Order Secrecy: Who will be Attending the Bilderberg Meeting? What Will be Discussed Behind Closed Doors?

Global Research

Each year, the Bilderberg venue brings together leading members of the financial and corporate elite, politicians, handpicked scholars, journalists and scientists.

It is An Anglo-Western European-North American Venue with participants from 21 Western countries (i.e Western Europe, US and Canada). With the exception of British born Polish Minister of Finance, Jacek Rostowski, there are no participants from Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East (with the exception of Turkey). There are 14 women out of 140 participants.

The official website of the Bilderberg describes the venue as “a forum for informal, off-the-record discussions about megatrends and the major issues facing the world.”

Semi-secrecy prevails: While crucial negotiations are undertaken leading to far-reaching decisions, Prime Ministers and Finance Ministers in attendance are participating in their personal capacity; they are required not to report to Cabinet or to the Legislature.

This year’s 61st meeting is scheduled to be held at the Grove Hotel near Watford, Hertfordshire, U.K., June 6-9, 2013.

Various dimensions of the New World Order including the global economic crisis, the wars in the Middle East, biotechnology, cyber-warfare and Homeland security will be discussed behind closed doors.

“Thanks to the private nature of the conference, the participants are not bound by the conventions of office or by pre-agreed positions. As such, they can take time to listen, reflect and gather insights.

There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued.”

The Venue will regroup some 140 participants including George Osborne, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer,Henry KissingerTimothy Geithner, former Secretary of the Treasury, Gen. David Petraeous, former head of the CIA, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF, Richard N. Perle, prominent adviser to the Bush Junior administration, Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of, Eric Schmidt of Google, two former presidents of the World Bank, James D. Wolfensohn and Robert B. Zoellick, among others.

Prominent members of the Anglo-American financial establishment include David Wright, Vice Chairman of Barclays, J. Michael Evans, Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, Douglas J. Flint, Group Chairman of HSBC, Kenneth M. Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Lazard, Peter D. Sutherland, chairman of Goldman Sachs International, Edmund Clark, President and CEO of Canada’s TD Bank Group. The Swiss banking establishment which overseas billions of dollars in undeclared “numbered bank accounts” is represented by Dr. Thomas Jakob Ulrich Jordan, the recently appointed Chairman of the Governing Board of the Schweizerischen Nationalbank (Swiss National Bank).

A handful of establishment journalists (Washington Post, Financial Times, Economist), economics professors, representatives from corporate thinks tanks including the American Enterprise Institute, Carnegie and the Council on Foreign Relations will also be in attendance.

From the oil industry Simon Henry, CFO of Royal Dutch Shell and Robert Dudley, BP Group Chief Executive are on the list of participants.

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall will also be attending. Canada is the World’s second largest producer of uranium with most of the mining in Saskatchewan. Uranium is an important input into the production of nuclear warheads.

Major trends in medical research are also on the agenda. Prominent leaders of the pharmaceutical industry include Mark C. Fishman (right), President of Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, together with Dr. John Bell(left), Professor of Medicine at Oxford, who is a leading authority in biotechnology, working closely with Big Pharma.

Bilderberg has confirmed that global data banks pertaining to Homeland Security will be discussed under the heading of “big data” and that Eric Schmidt of Google will be addressing the topic.

The official list is not complete. In all likelihood, the names of several prominent delegates are not made public.

An earlier report by quoting “inside sources” stated that the Middle East war discussions would focus on “prolonging war on Syria by arming anti-Assad elements” as well as destroying Iran’s nuclear facilities within a three year period.

According to the Bilderberg website, the following vaguely defined topics will be discussed:

• Can the US and Europe grow faster and create jobs?
• Jobs, entitlement and debt
• How big data is changing almost everything
• Nationalism and populism
• US foreign policy
• Africa’s challenges
• Cyber warfare and the proliferation of asymmetric threats
• Major trends in medical research
• Online education: promise and impacts
• Politics of the European Union
• Developments in the Middle East
• Current affairs

Bilderberg Group meeting, June 6-9, 2013 – Full List of Participants

Chairman: Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
Paul M. Achleitner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Board, Zurich Insurance Group Ltd
Marcus Agius, Former Chairman, Barclays plc
Helen Alexander, Chairman, UBM plc
Roger C. Altman, Executive Chairman, Evercore Partners
Matti Apunen, Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA
Susan Athey, Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Aslı Aydıntaşbaş, Columnist, Milliyet Newspaper
Ali Babacan, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs
Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA
Nicolas Barré, Managing Editor, Les Echos
José Manuel Barroso, President, European Commission
Nicolas Baverez, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Olivier de Bavinchove, Commander, Eurocorps
John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford
Franco Bernabè, Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A.
Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO,
Carl Bildt, Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs
Anders Borg, Swedish Minister for Finance
Jean François van Boxmeer, CEO, Heineken
Svein Richard Brandtzæg, President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA
Oscar Bronner, Publisher, Der Standard Medienwelt
Peter Carrington, Former Honorary Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings
Juan Luis Cebrián, Executive Chairman, Grupo PRISA
Edmund Clark, President and CEO, TD Bank Group
Kenneth Clarke, Cabinet Minister
Bjarne Corydon, Danish Minister of Finance
Sherard Cowper-Coles, Business Development Director, International, BAE Systems plc
Enrico Cucchiani, CEO, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA
Etienne Davignon, Belgian Minister of State; Former Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings
Ian Davis, Senior Partner Emeritus, McKinsey & Company
Robbert H. Dijkgraaf, Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study
Haluk Dinçer, President, Retail and Insurance Group, Sabancı Holding A.S.
Robert Dudley, Group Chief Executive, BP plc
Nicholas N. Eberstadt, Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute
Espen Barth Eide, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs
Börje Ekholm, President and CEO, Investor AB
Thomas Enders, CEO, EADS
J. Michael Evans, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
Ulrik Federspiel, Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/S
Martin S.Feldstein, Professor of Economics, Harvard University; President Emeritus, NBER
François Fillon, Former French Prime Minister
Mark C. Fishman, President, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Douglas J. Flint, Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc
Paul Gallagher, Senior Counsel
Timothy F Geithner, Former Secretary of the Treasury
Michael Gfoeller, US Political Consultant
Donald E. Graham, Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company
Ulrich Grillo, CEO, Grillo-Werke AG
Lilli Gruber, Journalist – Anchorwoman, La 7 TV
Luis de Guindos, Spanish Minister of Economy and Competitiveness
Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive, HSBC Holdings plc
Felix Gutzwiller, Member of the Swiss Council of States
Victor Halberstadt, Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings
Olli Heinonen, Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Simon Henry, CFO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
Paul Hermelin, Chairman and CEO, Capgemini Group
Pablo Isla, Chairman and CEO, Inditex Group
Kenneth M. Jacobs, Chairman and CEO, Lazard
James A. Johnson, Chairman, Johnson Capital Partners
Thomas J. Jordan, Chairman of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank
Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC
Robert D. Kaplan, Chief Geopolitical Analyst, Stratfor
Alex Karp, Founder and CEO, Palantir Technologies
John Kerr, Independent Member, House of Lords
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
Klaus Kleinfeld, Chairman and CEO, Alcoa
Klaas H.W. Knot, President, De Nederlandsche Bank
Mustafa V Koç,. Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.
Roland Koch, CEO, Bilfinger SE
Henry R. Kravis, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
Marie-Josée Kravis, Senior Fellow and Vice Chair, Hudson Institute
André Kudelski, Chairman and CEO, Kudelski Group
Ulysses Kyriacopoulos, Chairman, S&B Industrial Minerals S.A.
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
J. Kurt Lauk, Chairman of the Economic Council to the CDU, Berlin
Lawrence Lessig, Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, Harvard Law School
Thomas Leysen, Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group
Christian Lindner, Party Leader, Free Democratic Party (FDP NRW)
Stefan Löfven, Party Leader, Social Democratic Party (SAP)
Peter Löscher, President and CEO, Siemens AG
Peter Mandelson, Chairman, Global Counsel; Chairman, Lazard International
Jessica T. Mathews, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Frank McKenna, Chair, Brookfield Asset Management
John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
Thierry de Montbrial, President, French Institute for International Relations
Mario Monti, Former Italian Prime Minister
Craig J. Mundie, Senior Advisor to the CEO, Microsoft Corporation
Alberto Nagel, CEO, Mediobanca
H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands
Andrew Y.Ng, Co-Founder, Coursera
Jorma Ollila, Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc
David Omand, Visiting Professor, King’s College London
George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Emanuele Ottolenghi, Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies
Soli Özel, Senior Lecturer, Kadir Has University; Columnist, Habertürk Newspaper
Alexis Papahelas, Executive Editor, Kathimerini Newspaper
Şafak Pavey, Turkish MP
Valérie Pécresse, French MP
Richard N. Perle, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
David H. Petraeus, General, U.S. Army (Retired)
Paulo Portas, Portugal Minister of State and Foreign Affairs
J. Robert S Prichard, Chair, Torys LLP
Viviane Reding, Vice President and Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, European Commission
Heather M. Reisman, CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.
Hélène Rey, Professor of Economics, London Business School
Simon Robertson, Partner, Robertson Robey Associates LLP; Deputy Chairman, HSBC Holdings
Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman,Techint Group
Jacek Rostowski, Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister
Robert E. Rubin, Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury
Mark Rutte, Dutch Prime Minister
Andreas Schieder, Austrian State Secretary of Finance
Eric E. Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
Rudolf Scholten, Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG
António José Seguro, Secretary General, Portuguese Socialist Party
Jean-Dominique Senard, CEO, Michelin Group
Kristin Skogen Lund, Director General, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
Peter D. Sutherland, Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
Martin Taylor, Former Chairman, Syngenta AG
Tidjane Thiam, Group CEO, Prudential plc
Peter A. Thiel, President, Thiel Capital
Craig B. Thompson, President and CEO, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Jakob Haldor Topsøe, Partner, AMBROX Capital A/S
Jutta Urpilainen, Finnish Minister of Finance
Daniel L. Vasella, Honorary Chairman, Novartis AG
Peter R. Voser, CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
Brad Wall, Premier of Saskatchewan Province, Canada
Jacob Wallenberg, Chairman, Investor AB
Kevin Warsh, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Galen G.Weston, Executive Chairman, Loblaw Companies Limited
Baroness Williams of Crosby, Member, House of Lords
Martin H. Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
James D. Wolfensohn, Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Company
David Wright, Vice Chairman, Barclays plc
Robert B. Zoellick, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

The Bilderberg Chairman is

Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO, AXA Group

The Members of the Bilderberg Steering committee are:

DEU Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Board, Zurich Insurance Group Ltd
GBR Agius, Marcus Former Chairman, Barclays plc
USA Altman, Roger C. Executive Chairman, Evercore Partners
PRT Balsemão, Francisco P. Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA
FRA Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
ITA Bernabè, Franco Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia
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The Role of Turkey in the US-NATO-IsraHell War on Syria

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“Syria is worrying that it will be attacked by Turkey from above and by Israel from below. It is worrying that it will be squeezed between us like a sandwich.” [Israeli President Ezer Weizman (1993-2000), interview withGuneri Civaoglu,Caesarea, Israel, 11 June 1996] [1]

“Although Turkey has never taken part in a war alongside us, it is a positive factor for Israel that Syria has an enemy on its northern frontiers. Syria will never attack Turkey, but it cannot exclude the reverse.” [Former Israeli Defence Minister Uri Or (1995-1996), interview with Alain Gresh, Tel Aviv, October 1997] [2]


When the U.S. and its allies launched the covert war on Syria in 2011, they were expecting that either Syria’s political establishment would collapse within a short duration or they would find a way to ignite an open war. As Syria’s leaders and people proved to be exceptionally resilient, increasingly more brutal means have been deployed to tear the country apart. Being at the forefront of this covert war in every respect, Turkey has been thoroughly complicit in monumental war crimes committed against the neighbouring people of Syria.

Turkey’s phony peace with its neighbours Syria (since December 2004) and Iran (since November 2008) came to an abrupt end in May 2011, when its central role in NATO’s covert war against Syria became evident. [3]

As for Turkey’s phony conflict with Israel, which began with the May 2010 Gaza Freedom Flotilla massacre, has also been fully exposed when Turkey overtly supported Israel’s blatant acts of military aggression against Syria in 2013. The repercussions of the May 2013 Reyhanli false-flag bombing attacks near Turkey’s border with Syria is the latest evidence of a deep crisis of legitimacy for the United States, Britain, Israel and Turkey; the four countries whose alliance has been dominating the political scene in the Middle East and beyond since 1990.


As NATO’s international mercenary forces from 29 different countries started suffering heavy defeats against the Syrian Army, Israeli Air Forces came to their rescue by launching two separate air strikes in Syria, both of which were blatant acts of war. [4] [5]

After the first Israeli air attack on Damascus on January 30th, Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu made the following remarks [6]:

“Why did the Syrian Army, which has been launching attacks on its own innocent civilian population for the past 22 months with jets from the air and with tanks and artillery fire from the ground, not retaliate against this Israeli operation? Why doesAssadnoteven throw a pebblewhenthe Israeli jets fly over his palace and violate the dignity of his country? Why is Assad, who gives an order to fire Scud [missiles] at Aleppo, not doing anything against Israel? Is there a secret pact between Assad and Israel? […] The Assad administration knows only to abuse. Why doesn’t he use against Israel, [a country] which they have regarded as an enemy since its foundation, the same force that he uses against defenceless women ? ” [7]

On May 5th, UN human rights investigator Carla del Ponte announced the findings of the United Nations independent commission of inquiry on Syria:

“According to the testimonies we have gathered, the rebels have used chemical weapons [in Syria], making use of sarin gas.” [8]

The same day, Israel launched another air attack on Damascus. [9] In response to this second act of war by Israel against Syria, Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, lashed out at Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad for war crimes that were actually perpetrated by NATO’s international mercenary forces in Syria [10] :

“The scenes in [the Syrian town of] Baniyas are as tragic as those in Karbala [in AD 680] and the murderers are at least as despicable as Yazid […] [who killed] our beloved Prophet’s beautiful grandchildren Hassan and Hussein […]

Those organisations which are lending support to the illegal regime of Syria, those countries which are backing the illegal regime of Syria, the United Nations and the [U.N.] Security Council in particular, will not be able to exonerate themselves of this sin. Those who ignore this massacre, this inhumane scene in the name of sectarian solidarity, in the name of [political] conjuncture or in the name of international [political] interests will not be able to exonerate themselves of this major sin. […]

I need to point this out as well: Israel’s air attack on Damascus is certainly not acceptable either. No reason, no excuse can justify this operation. Such attacks serve as trump cards, golden opportunities offered to the Syrian regime. In fact, by using Israel’s attack as an excuse, Assad engages in an effort to cover up the genocide in Baniyas. [However] , even this Israeli operation will not be able to save Assad who does not shed a drop of sweat, let alone a drop of blood for the Golan [Heights] .” [11]

Four days after the second Israeli air attack on Damascus and United Nations’ statement on the mercenaries’ use of chemical weapons in Syria, Mr Erdogan gave an interview to the U.S. television channel NBC, where he said that if the U.S. were to launch a ground military invasion of Syria, then Turkey would support it. [12] However, as this statement amounted to a de facto declaration of war on Syria, it has been instantly censored by the NBC and the Prime Minister’s office issued a press release which denied it. [13] Here are excerpts from the edited version of this interview:

“ERDOGAN: It is clear that the regime has used chemical weapons and missiles. They used about 200 missiles, according to our intelligence. There are different sizes missiles. And then there are deaths caused by these missiles. And there are burns, you know, serious burns and chemical reactions. And there are patients who are brought to our hospitals who were wounded by these chemical weapons. You can see who is affected by chemical missiles by their burns. [14]

NBC: So has President Assad crossed President Obama’s red line?

ERDOGAN: A long time ago. My question is, the United Nations, U.N. Security Council, are you doing what you are supposed to do? Why do you exist in the first place? What is your job? I mean, is there a deadline, like they are not going to move until 1 million people are killed?

NBC: Will you encourage President Obama to get involved directly in the situation in Syria?

ERDOGAN: We want the United States to assume more responsibilities and take further steps.

NBC: What is the just punishment for Mr. Assad, in your view? What is your message to him today, at this moment in history?

ERDOGAN: Well, I am saying that he should leave Syria immediately. Sooner or later, the opposition are going to get him. And I hope that his end does not be like Qadhafi’s.” [15]

During the interview, Mr Erdogan also said that he plans to share the evidence of chemical weapons use in Syria with the U.S. President Barack Obama. [16] However, no evidence at all was presented by either Mr Erdogan or Mr Obama after their meeting in the following week on May 16th. [17]

The same day, Turkey’s Foreign Minister Davutoglu reiterated the last Anglo-American propaganda argument before the launch of the invasion of Iraq in 2003, by making a reference to the Iraqi Army’s mass murder of Iraqi Kurds in Halabja in 1988 [18] :

“From now on, we will be carrying out these tests [for chemical weapon wounds] on every injured person coming [from Syria] so that no one could dare to commit a crime against humanity, like the one in Halabja, by using [chemical weapons] in Syria.” [19]

The same day, the Associated Press reported the ongoing preparations at Turkey’s border with Syria:

“Turkey had stationed a team of eight experts to screen injured Syrians at the frontier. They were manning a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense vehicle deployed at the main Cilvegozu border gate with Syria.” [20]

Again on the same day, a news report entitled “Forensic medicine establishment proves that al-Assad has used chemical weapons” was published by Turkish newspaper Star:

“It has been definitely determined that [Syrian President Bashar] Al-Asad has used chemical weapons against his own people. The Public Health Institute and the Ankara Forensic Medicine Establishment have found the substance “Ricin”, which in the world is found only in Iran, China, and Russia, in 13 wounded individuals coming from Syria. […] It is stated thatPrime Minister [Recep Tayyip] Erdogan will place the dossier before [US President Barack] Obama on his US visit [on May 16] .The affair emerged when 13 wounded Syrian oppositionists were brought on 29 April from Syria to the Reyhanli State Hospital. ” [21]

All this evokes the war propaganda back in February 1998, when the Bill Clinton administration made an unsuccessful attempt to instigate a war with Iraq. According to an AFP report;

“Turkish authorities have sent 60,000 gas masks to its southeast regions bordering Iraq to protect civilians from possible chemical and biological attacks by Iraqi forces, [Turkish] dailies Sabah and Yeni Yuzyil said Friday. The masks, sent by civil defence chiefs, are destined for civil servants working in the region bordering Iraq […] . Southeast Turkey borders Iraq and the region is thought to be in a potentially dangerous position in case Iraq decides to use the chemical and biological weapons it is suspected of having.” [22]

It is worth also mentioning two allegations made against Turkish Armed Forces’ use of chemical weapons in the past:

In August 2011, five members of parliament from Germany’s Die Linke party held a press conference to condemn the appointment of the current head of Turkish Armed Forces Necdet Ozel:

“When [Necdet] Ozel was the General Commander of the Gendarmerie, he was not only responsible for the death, torture and violence in the Kurdish region [of Turkey] . In 1999, he ordered the use of chemical weapons against Kurdish guerrillas [near the Ballikaya Village in Silopi] .” [23]

In October 2011, two months after Necdet Ozel’s appointment, 37 Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) guerrillas were killed in the Kazan Valley of the Hakkari province during an operation by the Turkish Armed Forces. The following month, a European delegation visited the Kazan Valley to investigate the allegations of chemical weapons use during this operation. [24]

As the earlier quote from Turkish newspaper Star shows, the Reyhanli State Hospital near Turkey’s border with Syria was at the forefront of the chemical weapons propaganda over the April 29 incident. Two days after this press report, the same hospital was inundated with the victims of a far more devastating false-flag operation.


On May 11, international media agencies reported that twin car bombs have killed at least 43 people and injured at least 100 in the Turkish town of Reyhanli, near the Syrian border. [25] Shortly after the bombing attacks, Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc pointed the finger at Syria:

“Our thoughts are that their Mukhabarat [Syria’s intelligence agency] and armed organisations are the usual suspects in planning and the carrying out of such devilish plans.” [25]

Hours after the Reyhanli bombing attacks, the head of global military alliance NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen issued a press release:

“I express full solidarity with the people and the authorities of our Ally Turkey.” [26]

The following day, Turkey’s Interior Minister Muammer Guler held a press conference:

“For the time being there is no evidence suggesting that al-Qaida was involved.” [27]

This is a rather interesting comment considering that until 2012, when al-Qaeda’s role in NATO’s covert war on Syria became fully exposed, Turkey’s political authorities were quite at ease in holding Al Qaeda responsible for any atrocity committed in Turkey or abroad. [E] That same day, Prime Minister Erdogan also accused Syria:

“These attacks betray the intention of a country on fire which is trying to drag Turkey into the same fire. These attacks, to put it bluntly, are the bloody Baath regime’s attempt to provide an opportunity to its collaborators. […] These attacks aim to provoke those who live together in peace, in serenity, in fraternity, particularly in Hatay. Most importantly, these attacks target Turkey which has resolved its terror issue, reinforced fraternity, put an end to mothers’ tears. […]

Even if Turkey were to remain silent, stand idly by in the face of the tragedy in Syria, these traps would still have been set up, Turkey would still have been targeted. Those who criticise Turkey’s policy on Syria in the wake of these attacks with utter brazenness, a sheer lack of common sense and pure opportunism exhibit ignorance and an absence of policy. These attacks do not target our policy on Syria, they target our fraternity, our stability, our growth.” [28]

The next day, Mr Erdogan spoke even more categorically:

“This incident is definitely connected to the [Syrian] regime. The [Syrian] regime is behind this incident. That is evident.” [29]

Syria’s Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi responded to Mr Erdogan’s accusations in full force:

“The real terrorist is the government of Turkey under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It opened Turkey’s border with Syria to the terrorists. [Turkey] became a hub of international jihadi terrorism. It unleashed these terrorists on Turkish people’s houses and fields. It hosted terrorists coming from all over the world. Without any consideration, it provided them with all types of arms, bombs and explosive devices so that they could massacre people of Syria. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his interior and foreign ministers bear a political and moral responsibility towards all the people of the world in general and the people of Syria and their own people in particular. […]

The sole responsibility for the bombing attacks in Reyhanli lies with Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. These [attacks] couldn’t have been perpetrated by Syria. Despite all the things they did to the people and army of Syria for such a long time, neither our decency, nor our ethics, nor our policy would allow us to do something like this. […]

No one has got the right to accuse others. Shortly after [the attacks] , Turkey’s Interior Minister [Muammer Guler] has said that they suspect that [the attacks] were connected to Syria. To put it plainly, the reason why he came up with such quick accusations without any evidence at hand, is to fabricate the evidence they had in mind. These [attacks] were directly perpetrated by Erdogan and the AKP. They are the ones who, through their intelligence and security forces, supplied Al Qaida with chemical and got them to penetrate all the way to Aleppo. They are the ones who transported terrorists, arms and deaths through their planes. Erdogan himself and his party want to destroy Syria. What occurred in Reyhanli was the ambition of destroying Syria itself. Whoever wants death and massacre is the one who carried out this massacre in Turkey.

When bombs explode in Turkey, we know why these bombs have been made to explode. The whole world knows why the bombs are exploding in Syria. But why in Turkey and why now? And why particularly before Erdogan’s meeting with Obama? Erdogan wants to get the United States into action. And then he will say ‘I am a member of NATO, Syria is attacking me’. In fact, in his latest statement, he said ‘we are capable of making war with Syria’. […] Turkey’s Foreign Minister [Davutoglu] said yesterday that Turkey is strong enough to defend itself. Against whom is it going to defend itself ? Who actually poses a threat to Turkey ? ” [30]

Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah’s statement was equally straightforward:

“These terrorist bombings came as part of a series of similar crimes that affect innocent people in several Arab and Islamic countries, which can only be made [by] criminal hands. It also bore the hallmarks of international intelligence agencies, aimed at destabilizing and creating discord and unrest in these countries.” [31]

Two weeks later, Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag targeted Hezbollah for its political and military support to Syria [32] :

“ [Hezbollah] says that it stands by Assad. […] From where does it draw its strength? Having sided with those who unleash death upon their fellow Muslim brothers […] , [Hezbollah] has no right to draw strength from Islam and the Quran. The source of their strength would actually be the Satan who wants to pit Muslims against each other, who wants to have them slaughter each other. […] Hezbollah should change its name to ‘Hezbol-satan’ [i.e. Party of Satan] . ” [33]


On the day of the incident, which was a Saturday, the Government managed to get the local court of Reyhanli to issue a blanket censorship ban regarding the broadcasting of news about the bombing attacks in Reyhanli. According to this ban, only statements made by senior authorities and police reports would be allowed to be reported on the media and the internet:

“Within the framework of the investigation concerning the blasts in Reyhanli district on 11.05.2013 […] , broadcasting and displaying information concerning the site of the incident, concerning the dead and injured casualties of the incident and concerning the content of the incident on all types of audio-visual, written and visual media and the internet is banned according to Article 153 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.” [34]

Actually, this blanket ban was mainly targeting the information flow through the Internet considering that Turkey’s mainstream media have been fully complicit in the Government’s constant war propaganda against Syria from April 2011. Nevertheless, the ban on the Internet proved to be somewhat ineffective in the face of an overwhelming sense of indignation towards to Government across the country.

Medical staff in the Hatay province, where Reyhanli is located, was ordered to “limit the death toll to 50”. Local authorities said they ‘were instructed not to give any statement to the press’. [35] Journalist Ferdi Ozmen revealed the actual figure by posting the number of deaths in seven local hospitals with a total of 177. He has been arrested for defying the blanket ban. [36]

Republican People’s Party (CHP) member of parliament Mevlut Dudu explains how the evidence was instantly destroyed after the incident:

“The police officers refused us entry to the site of the attacks on the grounds that they are collecting evidence. Nevertheless, we did [manage] to enter and saw that no evidence was being collected. Quite on the contrary, they were destroying the evidence using heavy construction equipment.” [37]

It transpired that none of the 73 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in the town recorded the bombing attacks. Due to a “system error”, they had been out of order four days before the incident. Most of these 73 CCTV cameras were directly viewing the points where the bombing attacks occurred. [38]

CHP member of parliament Aytug Atici revealed that electricity was cut off just five minutes before the bombing attacks. [39] In fact, according to activist Hamide Yigit, cutting off the electricity was a strategy used by Turkey’s authorities in smuggling international mercenaries into Syria:

“Electricity is cut off along the [Harbiye-Yayladagi] itinerary; everywhere, including streets and roads, becomes totally dark. Meanwhile, vehicles carrying military ammunition and armed groups to the border pass by. Once their passage is over, the electricity resumes. The local residents, who are prevented from witnessing this transport, are feeling deeply restless about it.” [40]

On the day of the bombing attacks, the militants who wanted to cross from Syria into Turkey were guided towards the Cilvegozu border gate instead of their habitual point of entry in Reyhanli. [41]

A currently censored video which was posted on Youtube shortly after the bombing attacks was recorded from an angle which oversaw the site of the attacks. Arabic speaking “Free Syrian Army” militants are seen to be recording the blasts in jubilation, shouting “Allah-u Akbar” (God is great) and mentioning the location of the blasts and the date. [42]

Only two days before the bombing attacks in Reyhanli, ABC reported “a secret visit” by the former U.S. Ambassador to Syria (January-October 2011) Robert Ford, who is the mastermind of NATO’s covert war on Syria [43] :

“A U.S. official confirmed [Robert] Ford’s secret visit, which occurred along the Turkey-Syria border. He briefly crossed into Syria to meet with opposition leaders before returning to Turkey.” [44]

In fact, there is a long history of false-flag incidents occurring in Turkey ahead of almost every top level meeting between Turkey’s politicians and their U.S. or Israeli counterparts.

Of all the false-flag operations in Turkey, by far the most devastating was the bombing attacks on 15th and 20th November 2003, which targeted two synagogues, HSBC bank headquarters and the British Embassy in Istanbul, killing 57 people and wounding another 700. The attacks coincided with U.S. President George Bush’s meting with the British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London. [45]

Baki Yigit was on of the five people who were sentenced to aggravated life imprisonment in 2007 for their roles in these attacks. He was released from prison in 2010 and died in 2012 whilst fighting in Aleppo among the ranks of the Free Syrian Army. [46]

Furthermore, foreign intelligence agencies CIA (U.S.), Mossad (Israel), MI6 (Britain) and BND (Germany) have a very prominent presence across Turkey’s border region with Syria. Located some 100 km from Turkey’s border with Syria, NATO’s Incirlik Airbase is being used as the command centre for the covert war on Syria. [47]


Immediately after the bombing attacks, spontaneous protests broke out in Reyhanli and in various parts of the Hatay province. Incensed protesters were chanting “Erdogan resign” Turkey’s military deployed a huge number of air and ground military reinforcements to Hatay and Reyhanli in order to prevent spontaneous protests in Reyhanli and other parts of the Hatay province turning into a full-scale uprising. [48] [49]

Even the Reyhanli State Hospital was under siege, where riot police, plain-clothes police officers and an armoured police vehicle were deployed. [50]

Nine months before the bombing attacks in Reyhanli, activist Hamide Yigit describes the state of mind of the people in the Hatay province where Reyhanli is located:

“The mendacity of the media in ‘marketing’ war to the people is seen more clearly from Hatay. From the very first day the incidents started in Syria, they have been aware and observe that the media is reporting lies. The people of Hatay have relatives in every city in Syria, they speak its language [i.e. Arabic] , watch its broadcasts, read its press, and even if none of that is the case, can inform themselves about any incident at the convenience of a phone call, they are furious towards the media for its distortion of the facts to such an extent. […]

For the past seventeenth months, the people [of Hatay] have been living in fear of [the possibility that] a war, for which they can find no reason, might explode on their doorstep. Hatay’s economy is stagnating, its revenues have stopped, its bread has shrunk. Hatay has enjoyed harmonious fraternity among its diverse population up until the present day. However, [the Government] is trying to disrupt this by pitting groups against each other, by emphasising differences of identity [Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish, etc.] , sectarian differences [Sunni, Alevi, etc.] . The people of Hatay are constantly hearing news of deaths and injuries from relatives [in Syria] and live in constant fear of hearing such news.

The worst of this is that Hatay is being used as the command centre for attacks launched on their brotherly, blood-related people of Syria and hosting those who are firing bullets at them… With the anger and sorrow this, what is being spoken on every street and household [in Hatay] is the following: ‘We refuse to endure this disgrace any longer. We don’t want to keep waiting for this catastrophe which is advancing rapidly and looms closer every day. The refugee camps should be immediately removed from Hatay and re-arranged in a way to prioritise a humanitarian function. The flow of weapons and ‘terrorists’ across the border [with Syria] must stop! ” [40]

In 2013, tensions between the local population of the Hatay province and the international mercenary forces have reached a peak. Numerous riots broke out between the Syrian refugees and Turkey’s security forces in the refugee camps in Hatay and other southern provinces of Turkey. [51] [52] According to the Government’s own figures, a total of 114,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey have returned to Syria. [53]

In fact, since last year, Hatay took the lead in protesting Turkey’s pro-imperialist policies against Syria. The particularly massive and vibrant demonstrations held last September were retaliated by draconian restrictions against the freedom to protest in Hatay. [54]

Furthermore, regardless if it was a false-flag attack or an accident by NATO’s mercenary forces fighting in Syria, after every incident that occurred along the border with Syria which resulted in deaths in Turkey, the local people have protested against the Government.

Massive protests occurred spontaneously across Hatay on the day of the bombing attacks and demonstrations are being held across the country on a daily basis to denounce the Government’s responsibility for the attacks and its warmongering policies against Syria.

Large protests held by students from a number of universities in Ankara and Istanbul were suppressed in a particularly brutally manner by the riot police forces. In Istanbul, beyond its standard lavish use of pepper gas and pressurised cannon water, the riot police went so far as firing plastic bullets at a university campus. [55] [56]

On the weekend the bombing attacks occurred, during the singing of the national anthem to mourn the victims ahead of two separate football games in Istanbul, the fans of Besiktas and Fenerbahce teams started shouting “Government resign”. The company broadcasting the games censored this unexpected mass protest by muting the voice of the transmission. [57]

All these instances of spontaneous popular dissent highlight the conspicuous absence of a genuinely anti-imperialist stance among a wide range of the largely co-opted, misguided and divided opposition groups in Turkey.

A protest held in Reyhanli seven days after the bombing attacks became yet another scene of police brutality where a large amount of pepper gas was fired. [58]

Two weeks after the attacks, Reyhanli was under a state of military occupation during Prime Minister Erdogan’s visit which was announced with 2 days’ notice. 5000 special forces troops, 5000 police officers, marksmen on the rooftops, 5 Skorsky helicopters, 20 thousand barriers and 50 tons of pepper gas have been deployed to Reyhanli. [59]

600 bus loads of Justice and Development Party (AKP) supporters from neighbouring districts and provinces as far away as Nigde (400 km), Syrian refugees who did not speak Turkish and workers who were threatened with dismissal for non-attendance by their employers were transported by the authorities to Reyhanli. They were lined up in front of Mr Erdogan in a military order in a manner reminiscent of the periods under military rule. Meanwhile, the local people were not allowed to go out of their homes. [60] [61]

Ten days before Mr Erdogan’s visit, government officials began distributing a significant amount of money to the local population of Reyhanli in an effort to buy off their silence. [62] Likewise, during his fifteen-minute speech in Reyhanli, Mr Erdogan announced various financial incentives for the people of Reyhanli as well as promotion of Hatay to metropolitan municipality status in the next year. [63]


The day after the bombing attacks in Reyhanli, the co-chair of the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP), which is the only pro-Kurdish party in Turkey’s parliament, Mr Selahattin Demirtas rushed to Mr Erdogan’s rescue:

“The fact that the attacks took place at Reyhanli on the Syrian border brings instantly to one’s mind a Syrian connection of this matter. […] [These attacks] could be interpreted as the extension of Syria’s civil war and internal chaos to Turkey. […] Were [these attacks] connected to the ongoing resolution process [between the Government and the Kurdish opposition] in Turkey? It is hard to figure that out. What is clear is that the political atmosphere in which Turkey currently finds itself was the target.

Since the day the civil war began in Syria, we have been pointing out that the Government’s stance, its foreign policy is wrong. […] However, particularly in the face of attacks perpetrated in this period against Turkey, attacks which target civilians, our citizens; our priority should be to act in unity instead of holding the Government responsible. […] We will stand by the Government [in its efforts] to take precautions against these attacks, to adopt an attentive, sensitive stance towards these attacks.” [64]

Mr Demirtas’ stance is all the more surprising considering the sheer number of false-flag operations of the past three decades which have targeted Kurdish politicians, activists and civilians in Turkey. At the end of April, four days after the PKK’s military leader Murat Karayilan announced the withdrawal of the PKK guerrillas from Turkey in line with a ceasefire agreement, The Times reported the transfer of over 1,500 guerrillas from Turkey into northern Syria to secure the Kurdish areas there. [65] In an interview held eleven days after the bombing attacks, Mr Demirtas spoke even more straightforwardly:

“Three Kurdish states may come into being: A Kurdish state in Iran, a Kurdish state in Iraq, a Kurdish state in Syria. Now it is certain that there will be an autonomous region in Syria just like the one in Iraq. Of course, if the Kurdish entity in Syria incorporates Lattakia as well, a big problem for the Kurds would have been resolved. [Then] they would have access to the sea and a total dependence on Turkey would come to an end. […] The Kurds are Turkey’s luck. There is a Kurdish buffer [separating Turkey from both Syria and Iraq] . If the central administration in Iraq persists in its current mentality, then the Kurdish state in Iraq may come into being as a fully independent [entity] .” [66]

Nine days after the bombing attacks, the co-chair of the Democratic Society Congress (DTK), which is another pro-Kurdish party in Turkey, Mr Ahmet Turk visited the United States. Following three consecutive meetings held at the U.S. State Department, Mr Turk spoke to the press:

“A Turkey that embraces its own Kurds, that wins the hearts and minds of its own Kurds will play a more effective role in the Middle East, will be an actor capable of bringing democracy to the Middle East. [67]

We need to bring into life the project of a Syria where all sorts of different [identities] could freely exist, could freely express themselves. [The U.S. officials] have very clearly stated that they see eye-to-eye with us on this matter.” [68]

The ‘peace process’ with the Kurdish armed and political opposition in Turkey is actually a classic divide and rule strategy which aims to pacify the Kurdish opposition in Turkey ahead of a planned invasion of Syria and Iran whilst implementing the U.S. plan to divide both the occupied Iraq and Syria into three separate entities.


The day after Israeli Air Forces’ May 5th attack on Syria, Turkey and Israel have launched separate military exercises near their respective borders with Syria. Israeli drills took place in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, while Turkey’s ‘Yildirim-2013 Mobilization Exercise’ was held at NATO’s Incirlik Airbase. [69]

According to a statement by Turkey’s General Staff, the aim of Yildirim-2013 exercise was to test Turkish Armed Forces’ readiness for battle and coordination with Government ministries. The ten-day exercise finished on May 15th, the day before Mr Erdogan met Mr Obama in Washington D.C. [70]

The same day, a unit consisting of hundreds of armed personnel carrier vehicles carrying ‘Free Syrian Army’ militants, accompanied by tanks defending them, crossed from Turkey’s Ceylanpinar border gate into Syria. This military deployment, considered to be the largest ever from the region, occurred at a time when the militants squeezed in Ras al-Ayn [in Northern Syria] needed help. [71]

Again, on the same day, U.S.-led IMCMEX 2013 naval exercise in the Persian Gulf against Iran was launched. Although the list of participant countries has been kept secret, in all likelihood Turkey is among the 41 countries taking part in these exercises which runs from May 6 until May 30. [72]

Turkey will also be among the 18 countries taking part in the U.S.-led ‘Eager Lion 2013’ exercise due to be held in Jordan in June. [73]

Recently, particularly in the run up to Prime Minister Erdogan’s visit to the United States, there has been an increase in flights along Turkey’s border with Syria to detect Syria’s air defence systems, collect military intelligence and transmit intelligence to armed groups supported by Turkey’s government. [74]

Furthermore, according to the Government’s own figures, in 2012 Turkey has spent over 694 million Turkish Liras (over 386 million U.S. dollars) from its discretionary operations fund. [75] This fund is financing Turkey’s covert war on Syria.

It is worth bearing in mind that NATO’s Incirlik Airbase is notorious for the role it played during the wars against Iraq (1991), Yugoslavia (1999), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003) and Libya (2011) and for hosting the largest nuclear weapons of mass destruction arsenal outside the U.S. territory. [76]


When the U.S. and its allies launched the covert war on Syria in 2011, they were expecting that either Syria’s political establishment would collapse within a short duration or they would find a way to ignite an open war. As Syria’s leaders and people proved to be exceptionally resilient, increasingly more brutal means have been deployed to tear the country apart. Being at the forefront of this covert war in every respect, Turkey has been thoroughly complicit in monumental war crimes committed against the neighbouring people of Syria.

Having very skilfully manipulated the world public opinion with the help, among other measures, of a gigantic public relations apparatus, for more than ten years; Mr Erdogan’s government, like its main allies, is currently experiencing a deep crisis of legitimacy both at home and abroad. Instead of boosting Mr Erdogan’s standing, the false-flag bombing attacks in Reyhanli have actually unleashed a nationwide popular reaction against his total subservience to Western imperialism.


[1] ‘Esad’in sandvic kuskusu’ by Guneri Civaoglu, Milliyet, 11 June 1996

[2] Turkish-Israeli-Syrian relations and their impact on the Middle East

by Alain Gresh, Middle East Journal, Vol. 52, No. 2, 1 April 1998

[3] Turkish Actions Designed To Trigger NATO Confrontation With Syria?

by Rick Rozoff, Stop NATO, 21 June 2011

[4] Militants from 29 countries fighting in Syria: Assad

Press TV, 19 May 2013

[5] America is losing its covert Syria War: US sponsored Al Nusra rebels defeated by Syrian Armed Forces

by Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, 12 May 2013

[6] Israeli Attack on Syria: Desperate Bid to Save Failed US-NATO Covert War

by Tony Cartalucci, Global Research, 31 January 2013

[7] Esad neden Israil’e cakil tasi bile atmiyor

by Metehan Demir, Hurriyet, 2 February 2013

[8] Syrian rebels ‘used sarin’: UN rights investigator

by Agnes Pedrero, AFP, 6 May 2013

[9] The US-NATO-Israel military alliance: Israeli warplanes attack Syria

by Stephen Lendman, Global Research, 6 May 2013

[10] Israel Rushes to Rescue Al-Qaeda Terrorists in Syria

by Arabi Souri, Syria News, 5 May 2013

[11] AK Parti TBMM Grup Toplantisi / 7 Mayis

[excerpts transcribed from video by the author]

Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) official website, 7 May 2013

[12] Report: Erdogan says Turkey would back US ground operation against Syria

Cihan News Agency, 9 May 2013

[13] Gizli el tirasladi

Milli Gazete, 11 May 2013

[14] UPDATE 1-Turkey would support U.S.-led no-fly zone in Syria -NBC

Reuters, 9 May 2013

[15] NBC “Today” Interview with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Federal News Service, 10 May 2013

[16] Syria Likely to Dominate Obama-Cameron Talks

Voice of America, 11 May 2013

[17] Joint Press Conference by President Obama and Prime Minister Erdogan of Turkey

The White House website, 16 May 2013

[18] Riding to War on a Poison Cloud: How the Forgotten City of Halabja became the Launch Pad for War on Iraq

by Sharat G. Lin, Global Research, 12 March 2008

[19] Davutoglu: Suriye’den gelen her yaralida kimyasal silah tetkiki yapilacak

[excerpt transcribed from video by the author]

Cihan Haber Ajansi, 9 May 2013

[20] Turkey testing Syrians for chemical weapon wounds

Associated Press, 9 May 2013

[21] Turkish officials reportedly confirm use of chemical weapons by Syrian regime

BBC Monitoring European, 9 May 2013

[22] Ankara sends 60,000 gas masks to southeast Turkey: reports

AFP, 6 February 1998

[23] Almanya’dan Ozel’e kimyasal suclamasi

Radikal, 4 August 2011

[24] Turkey chemical weapons use probed

Press TV, 28 November 2011

[25] Blasts kill dozens in Turkish town Reyhanli on Syria border

BBC News, 11 May 2013

[26] NATO Secretary General condemns attacks in Turkey

NATO website, 11 May 2013

[27] Details surface in twin car bombings in Turkey

Anadolu Agency, 13 May 2013

[28] Evlatlar analarina hep sarilabilsin

[excerpts transcribed from video by the author]

Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) official website, 12 May 2013

[29] Arkasinda Suriye rejimi var

Milliyet, 14 May 2013

[30] Suriye mi, El Kaide mi? Psikolojik harp, dezenformasyon ve gercekler…

by Hamide Yigit,, 13 May 2013

[31] Hezbollah Condemns Turkish Blasts: Bore the Hallmark of Intel. Agencies

Al-Manar TV, 13 May 2013

[32] Hezbollah’s Nasrallah: Syria’s the “linchpin of resistance”

by Stephen Lendman, SteveLendmanBlog, 27 May 2013

[33] Bekir Bozdag: Hizbullah adini ‘hizbusseytan’ olarak degistirsin

[excerpt transcribed from video by the author]

Cihan Haber Ajansi, 26 May 2013

[34] T.C. Reyhanli Sulh Ceza Mahkemesinin Yayin Yasagi Karari

Radio and Television Supreme Council’s (RTUK) official website, 11 May 2013

[35] AKP’den saglikcilara Reyhanli talimati: Olu sayisini gizleyin!

soL Haber Portali, 14 May 2013

[36] Reyhanli’daki patlamalarla ilgili gercek olu sayisini bildiren gazeteci tutuklandi, 177 olu

Suriye Gercekleri, 12 May 2013

[37] AKP’nin yayin yasagi yalaninin nedeni belli oldu: Delilleri kaciriyorlar!

soL Haber Portali, 12 May 2013

[38] MOBESE bilmecesi

Aksam, 14 May 2013

[39] Elektrik neden kesildi?

by Ayse Sayin, Cumhuriyet, 13 May 2013

[40] Suriye’de yasananlara ve mezhep gerilimine Hatay’dan bakmak

by Hamide Yigit,, 3 August 2012

[41] Suriye mi, El Kaide mi? (2) Deliller AKP’nin toz konduramadigi El Kaide’ye isaret ediyor…

by Hamide Yigit,, 14 May 2013

[42] Patlamanin faili El Nusra mi?

Yurt, 11 May 2013

[43] Who is US Ambassador to Syria Robert S. Ford? The Covert Role of the US Embassy in Supporting an Armed Insurrection

by Michael Chossudovsky, Global Research, 30 September 2011

[44] US Ambassador Makes Secret Crossing Into Syria to Briefly Meet With Rebels

ABC News, 9 May 2013

[45] President Bush, Prime Minister Hold Joint Press Conference

U.S. Department of State website, 20 November 2003

[46] Ladin’in misafir ettigi Turk el-Kaideci de Halep’te olduruldu

Yakin Dogu Haber, 17 August 2012

[47] Exclusive: Secret Turkish nerve center leads aid to Syria rebels

Reuters, 27 July 2012

[48] Turkey sends military reinforcements to Syrian border after blast

Cihan News Agency, 11 May 2013

[49] Hatay’da “Erdogan Istifa” Sesleri

Genc Bakis, 12 May 2013

[50] Reyhanli’da otopsisi tamamlanan cenazeler ailelerine teslim ediliyor

Cihan Haber Ajansi, 11 May 2013

[51] After Clashes: Turkey displaces 600 Syrians from Refugee camp

Syria News, 30 March 2013

[52] Murder, rape of Syrian refugee women in Jordan, Turkey

Mehr News Agency, 12 April 2013

[53] 24 Mayis 2013 Itibariyle Barinma Merkezlerinde 194.908 Suriye Vatandasi Bulunmaktadir

Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency’s (AFAD) official website, 24 May 2013

[54] Hatay’da OHAL tam gaz

Evrensel, 17 September 2012

[55] Ankara’da ogrencilere ‘Reyhanli’ saldirisi

Evrensel, 15 May 2013

[56] Reyhanli icin yuruyen genclere polis saldirisi

Etkin Haber Ajansi, 16 May 2013

[57] Tribunlerden Ofke

Yurt, 14 May 2013

[58] Katliamin birinci haftasinda Reyhanli halkina bile gaz bombasi

Yurt, 18 May 2013

[59] Reyhanli 5000 ozel harekatci, 5000 polis ve 5 helikopter ile kusatildi

Suriye Gercekleri, 25 May 2013

[60] El-Nusra mitingi

Yurt, 26 May 2013

[61] Yargiclar Sendikasi: ‘Isciler Reyhanli mitingine tehditle goturuldu’

soL Haber Portali, 25 May 2013

[62] Reyhanli’yi parayla yatistirmak istiyorlar

Yurt, 19 May 2013

[63] Erdogan’dan Reyhanli’ya kan parasi!

Evrensel, 25 May 2013

[64] Demirtas’tan Reyhanli aciklamasi: Hukumetin yanindayiz

by Turan Koyuncu, Hurriyet, 12 May 2013

[65] Rebellion unveiled: Kurdish women join war on Assad

by Anthony Loyd, The Times, 29 April 2013

[66] ‘Siddet donemi bitti, artik geri gelmez’

by Fatih Altayli, Haberturk, 23 May 2013

[67] Ahmet Turk: Isterseniz anayasanin her yerine ‘Turk’ yazin

Radikal, 21 May 2013

[68] BDP de Washington’da Suriye’yi konustu

by Tolga Tanis, Hurriyet, 22 May 2013

[69] Turkey launches military exercise near Syrian border

Reuters, 6 May 2013

[70] Turkey, Israel hold drills near Syrian border

Press TV, 6 May 2013

[71] Ceylanpinar Sinirdan Zirhli Araclar Bolgeye Geciyor

Genc Bakis, 15 May 2013

[72] Iran warns against provocative actions in Persian Gulf

Xinhua, 7 May 2013

[73] Jordan to host major 18-nation military drill: Official

Press TV, 26 May 2013

[74] Hava Kuvvetleri’nde Suriye rahatsizligi, Alevi subaylar tasfiye mi ediliyor?

soL Haber Portali, 15 May 2013

[75] Ortulu odenek, aleni savas!

Kizil Bayrak, 4 May 2013

[76] “First Strike” Pre-emptive Nuclear War directed against Iran. The Alliance’s Nine Nuclear Weapons’ States

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The Pasto and the Anti-Pasto at the Apocalypse Cafe


Dog Poet Transmitting…….

May your noses always know when it’s time to book.

It’s coming. It’s definitely on the way. We don’t know what it is or what it will look like. We don’t know much, that’s for sure. We do know more than our leaders however, at least some of us do. Some of us know that the creeps and cretins in (snicker) elected office are full of shit and evil to boot.

When you load the boot image for any one of these clowns, what you see in the text box, instead of text, is a wide ass, superimposed with dancing flames. The ass is speaking, or is it just the sound of the hunger of the flames? You can hear something if you put your ear to the monitor. It’s not clear what’s being said but it sounds like a cry for help. I would help, if there were a lever somewhere. If there were a lever somewhere, I would pull it to open the trapdoor beneath the dialogue box. I have no lever but I can see, God’s head stomper, motorcycle boot; God’s big number 16, pulling back, in an exaggerated slow motion warm up, for some kind of coup de gras. I don’t know if that’s something like foie gras. Come to think of it, John McCain looks a lot like a stuffed duck, who’s been force fed a whole lotta something.

The Pasto and the Anti-Pasto are scheduled to meet on the dining fields of The Apocalypse, in the final battle of appetites. Bibs are not just a fashion statement here. Seasoned and savvy participants, knowing the necessities of the venue, as well as the importance of their placement, will mostly be utilizing the Jimmy Choo, Vibrating Butt Plug, endorsed by no less than Lindsey Graham who, “Never leaves home without it”.

It’s a rare event at The Apocalypse Cafe; strictly R.S.V.P. Music is provided by Marilyn Manson and the Zionauts who play ‘Hava la Gila Monster’ over and over again. There’s an open bar and all sorts of amenities and, as these sorts of events usually are, it’s a costume affair, given that most of the attendees are in camouflage to begin with. Lindsey Graham arrived as J. Edgar Hoover, dressed in a pink tutu and riding on a skateboard, at least that’s what he looked like …but when the reporter from Peephole Magazine asked him about it, he denied the persona and told her that he had come as one of Obama’s old white men, from the Man’s Country bath house in Chicago. Obama was dressed up in some kind of a full body, lizard suit. When he was asked about his costume, he said he was an African American, velocioraptor. Steven Spielberg gave him the outfit, telling him he was a great front man for the horned one and how he should drop by the underground temple some Saturn-Day night.

McCain, like John Kerry, the two could be called ‘John-John’ (paranoid schizophrenic, Dead Kennedy’s?), is a product of that grand ‘Merican tradition of Shake ‘n Bake war heroes who, like a slot car, get shuttled into a fast track and then linked up with a fabulously rich heiress, in order to complete the pastiche. It’s a kind of ‘imitation of life’, which I would not call an homage. We find these two turkey buzzards in present time, looking to kill a whole lotta (shakin going on?) Syrians, Iranians and… pretty much whomever the Israelis want dead, which eventually includes them as well. Does it matter if they are mind controlled, due to the implementation of some Tavistock/MK Ultra process, a blackmail scenario or… serious and extended payouts? It doesn’t matter to the Syrians, Iranians, video-game drone dead, or numberless others. They don’t sit around having philosophical conversations about the motivations of these international criminals; “Habib, what you think? This John’s Kerry and McCain. They don’t like us or they robots”? They are far more likely to be saying things like, “duck”! Duck again?

Karmically the twin (peaks) Johns are dead ducks, along with the Clintons, the Bush Family, Obama and a huge supporting cast of neo-cons, set in place to manipulate. That’s the good news. The bad news is that they’re still here, chowing down at The Apocalypse Diner, running their hands up the waitresses skirts, even Hillary’s tuned to the moment. There goes Congo-Lisa Rice, whose motto is, “I don’t care if they’re dead, kill them twice”. She’s called Congo-Lisa because it’s believed she’s an incarnation of the dark side of Nzambi. She’s definitely the dark side of something. She needs one of those pianos that The Sultan was playing in ‘The Adventures of Baron Munchausen’.

The ‘end of the world as we know it’, is both terrifically frightening and awesomely exciting at the same time. It’s one or the other, depending on your personal level of insecurity and… what you rely on for motivation. If your reliance base is shaky well, you’re sure to be shaky too. ♫I’m standing on shaky ground♫ It makes me think of, “shaking with fear” and “trembling with excitement”; temperance and tempering, if seen according to secret tradition (the occult meaning of wrath as it applies to vibration), kinda like, ♫stuck in the middle with you♫ but… not really stuck, as much as sticking to.

Life can sure look different, to different people, in the same circumstances. Well, it keeps the psychologists and other people, with invisible leashes quite busy, leading the blind wherever it is they’re headed. I suppose if you can’t see the leash then you don’t really have one or… you know not what you do? Well that would certainly provide that governmental deniability we’ve all grown accustomed to.

Ain’t nothing like a midnight dinner at The Apocalypse Diner. Some people get real hungry ♫round midnight♫ Some people get ‘all kinds’ of hungry; hungry for this, hungry for that. It’s not just ♫the midnight hour♫ is it? It’s a pretty steady hunger that can’t be satisfied by anything for long so… you keep moving on, looking and… ♫wishing and hoping♫

The Whistleblower Flu is about to become a pandemic. It only takes the one to show up and say all the right things for so many others to get a clue. It should start to get real interesting shortly, especially once the Assad forces get ♫Homs-ward Bound♫. Will Aleppo fall before the creeps do their thing? Is Rosie O’Donnell about to sing? Man… this is serious Pulp (non) Fiction land.

I look down the boulevard and see Evil limping along. This is what happens when Evil shoots itself in the foot. It makes you wonder about Hamlet, or the cat responsible for it; “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so”. Then there is “nothing is true, everything is permitted”. It’s oft referred to as “The Assassin’s Creed” because it was reputed to have first been said by Hassan I Sabbah from whose name the word ‘assassin’ comes. The crocodile swine, who imagine themselves to be in power and who are presently whooping it up at The Apocalypse Diner and Cafe (by this time they’ve got waitresses and waiters bent over the table, unless they are bent over the table themselves and being serviced by a tattooed and pierced cyborg), operate off the cheat sheet, Cliff Notes of history, whereby; if it worked back then it will probably work now. They have more sophisticated apparati now. They kill in far greater numbers but… let’s face it, there are far greater numbers now, aren’t there?

It’s a lot easier to kill in greater numbers, when the lost generation of the present, is largely dreaming about getting Google Glass; while thumb-fucking their cellphones as they wait; “Oh Brave New World that has such people in it”. Yet, the same tech that has everyone hypnotized, in a masturbatory excess, is also responsible for cluing them in to happenings up close and at a far distance. The very tools engineered to control them, are responsible for making them aware. This, in tandem with the intensifying pressures of the day, are waking a lot of people up.

No matter how the drama winds and wends its way …to the final hour, I can hear my water buffalo calling. I can see the gates of The Great Wall, there …in the mist forming. They have been there all along but obscured, their dimensions blurred by… The Dream Fog. The Dream Fog is lifting. The tendrils can be seen,. as they separate from the whole. The paisley carpet dances and the universe unfolds …as it should.

The Apocalypse Cafe is rocking in its ‘eat, drink and be merry’ way. Tomorrow seems a long reach off but… tomorrow is today. Some never learn till it’s too late. Some do …but who can say? What seems to be impossible has now become routine. The sovereign truth gets hidden when the dreaming dead convene …at the Apocalypse Cafe.

Crank up that player piano and bring another round. Like Tyrion Lannister said, “Staying drunk all the time is not easy. If it was, everyone would do it”. Of course, people limit their capacity for perception, when they presume ‘being drunk’ refers only to alcohol. People get drunk on all sorts of things and really do manage to stay drunk all the time. Anything that can intoxicate you, can make you drunk …and that goes for the most rarefied of locales, as well as the most dissolute and seedy. So… be careful what you get drunk on. As you can see by the behavior of those partying down at the Apocalypse Cafe/Diner, not everyone is doing so and they’ll know that deep and remorseful state, when some bolt of fortuitous lightning, shocks them sober …and it will. It will.

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How the Corporate Media Spins the Story of the Turkish Protests and Intentionally Misses the Point


Every single corporate media outlet misses the point of the Turkish protests, subtly belittles the anti fascist movement, and claims the primary instigator of this was a park being demolished for a shopping mall.


by Cassius Methyl

If you expect corporate news (BBC, CNN, FOX, CSNBC, ABC, ect.) to tell you anything but completely misleading, belittling, statist lies about the Turkish protests, i am sorry to say you are mistaken. CNN belittles the efforts of the anti fascist protestors very subtly, and entirely misses the true point of the protests on purpose, because they serve government and coporate elite interests.

Every single corporate news network claimed the protests were about a park being demolished. A CNN article claims- “Gezi Park sits in Istanbul’s main commercial district, so it didn’t go down so well with many residents when when authorities announced they wanted to raze the park”.

The Washington Post, characteristic of fake mainstream media mouthpieces of corporate fascism, centered in on just one image of a woman being pepper sprayed, out of many, many worse pictures, calling it “the photo that encapsulates Turkey’s protest”, subconsciously promoting the media promoted characteristic of learning with very little effort, using generalities, and coming to cartoonish, childishly dumbed down conclusions.

Fascism influenced media is bound to use subtle tactics to downplay this beautiful, anti fascist protest, and I highly recommend to learn about it, that people rely on facts, pictures, videos, and any solid evidence, staying far away from the highly ideologically toxic, misleading corporate media. If you would like to read about this topic on Intellihub, here are some links:

Turkish Police Run Over Crowds of Protesters With Large Tanks (Warning: Graphic Video)

What is Happening in Istanbul? An on Location Report

Turkey’s Bloody Friday Infographic

Heartwarming Images From the Turkish Resistance

Turkey’s Taksim Square Drenched in Blood as 900 Protesters Are Arrested (Extremely Graphic Content)

Dozens of Photos Showing Toxic and Chemical Gas Canisters Used on Protesters in Turkey




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