Monday, April 25, 2005


I posted a couple of days ago about the explosive allegations that the US may be blackmailing Putin into keeping quiet about Russian satellite photos proving that it was not a plane that hit the Pentagon on 9/11.

Blackmail and terrorism are just how things get done, but if you are not aware of how prevelant such activities are today, then such an idea may sound unbelievable.

The US literally wrote the book on blackmailing. The text book that is:

U. S. Army Torture Manuals

[...] In the 1970s, the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School moved to Fort Huachuca in Arizona and began exporting Project X material to U.S. military assistance groups working with "friendly foreign countries." By the mid-1970s, the Project X material was going to armies all over the world. [In its 1992 review, the Pentagon acknowledged that Project X was the source for some of the "objectionable" lessons at the School of the Americas where Latin American officers were trained in blackmail, kidnapping, murder and spying on non-violent political opponents. But disclosure of the full story was blocked near the end of the Bush administration when senior Pentagon officials ordered the destruction of most Project X records. -- See Robert Parry's Lost History: Contras, Cocaine & Other Crimes, and Washington Post, Feb. 22, 1997]. [...]
Sherman Skolnick is often disparaged due to his love of hyperbole, none the less, he makes some good points in his blackmail series:
What really makes the world go round? What is the key factor in foreign relations? What is the important consideration for the aristocracy in deciding who, if anyone, is to run for high office? What is it that the liars and whores of the press do not like to publicly discuss?

If you are that rare person, an independent thinker, somehow not already brainwashed, you guessed it! The Blackmail Business. A potential candidate for high position must first of all, be blackmailable. So that if he or she were to ever later have an independent thought cross their mind, the Establishment, the Ruling Class, "the powers that be", whatever you call THEM, could pull on the chain and discredit and silence their chosen stooge. [...]

No matter what you say when you describe the times we live in, it always comes out sounding like hyperbole anyway. Use the blandest, unemotional language and you can still end up sounding like a wild-eyed fanatic. But that is not the always the fault of the one talking. We are ruled by wild-eyed fanatics, so just repeating what they say out loud makes you sound crazy. Try it some time:

We're talking about a part of the world in which, uhh, you know, our foreign policy was, let's just hope for the best and tolerate the fact there's no free societies. And -- what ended up happening was, there was a -- tyrants have emerged, tyrants that threatened our security. And so not only was the action worth it, the action is worth it to make sure that democracy exists, and, uhh, because democracies will yield peace, and that's what we want. -- Dubya making the case (?) for the invasion of Iraq, Washington, D.C., Apr. 4, 2005 (audio here)
Blackmail is business as usual, as former Iranian President Hashemi Rafsanjani pointed out:
Bush's remarks [were] "rude and impudent," adding that "threats and blackmail might work with people who are afraid of the Americans, but Iran had a long history of revolutionary resistance to American pressure, and adopting such a tone would have an opposite effect."
Israel's Mossad is also extraordinarily adept at the blackmail trade:
Gideon’s Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad

By Gordon Thomas, St. Martin’s Press
Reviewed by Richard H. Curtiss

[...] In his book, Thomas implies that downgrading the FBI search for “Mega,” just when the circle of suspects had been narrowed down, was linked to Clinton succumbing to Israeli blackmail based on the Mossad’s tapes of his telephone conversations with Monica. [...]



What follows is the original article I wrote when the news story first broke regarding the existence of a system to tap into any phone in America built into the surveillance system used by law enforcement authorities. Several cases were cited where investigations ranging from drug running and money laundering to the events of 9/11 had been compromised by leaks from the company that operated the phone taps as well as phone data from an associated company that handles billing services for almost every phone in America.

The focus of the article was a single question. Could Israel be blackmailing the entire US Government and media. [...]
I also recommend Victor Ostrovsky's By Way of Deception. He describes several methods of how blackmailing campaigns are conducted. And as we have been recently reminded with the Gannon scandal, many of the power elite like their sex kinky, dangerous and exploitive, making them easy to blackmail; particularly when they are preaching to the family values crowd.

It has become obvious that Mossad had a part in 9/11, so there will obviously be a full frontal attack to cover their tracks:
The MOSSAD Happy Dance

9/11 a CIA-MOSSAD False Flag Operation
Who has gained the most from 9/11? The Bush Regime and their cronies are getting richer by the minute, grabbing power and resources, and curtailing freedoms. Israel is getting the wars they want, while distracting the world's eyes from the plight of the Palestinians.

The idea of Putin being blackmailed is not so outrageous.


Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

Another fellow idiot?

I speak my mind too, but I have felt the wrath.

999 out of 1000 are too in to their selves to care about anyone else or even care about what is really going on.

When 'they' come for 'them' it is too late.

I think with computers and technology, IT IS ALREADY TOO LATE.

-Steven G. Erickson aka Vikingas

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Blogger Brother of the Rock said...


Interesting Google Image Search results when typing in the following keywords: "russia satellite pentagon".

It singles out this image:

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Blogger catalytic said...

Yes, Viking. I am another one of those idiots.

And yes, it is probably too late.

But keeping quiet is not an option.

Well, I say that, but I know what's good for me. I don't talk to people about what's going down who don't want to hear it. They have every right to view the world as they like.

And thanks for the link over at freespeech.

We don't have to agree if it was a plane or not to be friends.

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