One of the more grotesque aspects of this decades-long undertaking has been watching people hail the advance of fascism as something “desirable” and/or “democratic.” Less than two years after the “Arab Spring” (“Muslim Brotherhood Spring” we call it) was hailed as a blossoming of democracy in the Arab world, it is proving to be the installation of Islamic fascism (or “corporatism” as Mussolini called his system) that we said it would be.
Numerous elements have come into focus in connection with the investigation of the Boston bombing. They include a subsidiary of Dick Cheney’s Halliburton. In addition, the mosque they attended and at which they may have been radicalized is part of the milieu shepherded by Grover Norquist.
The news cycle in this country is dominated by coverage of the Boston bombings. This is predictable. So is the tendency toward simplistic and/or one-dimensional analysis. Generally, we’re hearing: It was the “government,” “home-grown domestic (i.e. right-wing, Aryan types) terrorists,” or “Islamic terrorists.” As this post indicates, the divisions among these are not nearly so simple.
The assassination of the head of the Colorado Corrections Department has raised questions. One possible motive might be Tom Clements’ recent denial of a petition by Homaidan al-Turki, a Saudi national convicted on sexual abuse charges and suspected of involvement in terrorism. Al-Turki enjoys the support of the Saudi government and populace, as well as the State Department.
We recall the tsunami of praise, Hosannas and Hallelujahs gushing forth from the world’s media and political punditry. Hailing the “Arab Spring” as the dawning of a new enlightenment in that part of the world, they missed the boat–fundamentally. We, on the other hand, were warning that this phenomenon was a Nazi operation, having been initiated by powerful corporate forces in the second administration of George W. Bush, it had its trigger with the WikiLeaks milieu–itself a far-right, Nazi-linked entity, as we demonstrated in FTR’s 732 and #745. (In addition to the documentation in the original WikiLeaks/Arab Spring series, see the article excerpted below.) Before delving into details, an excellent overview of recent events in Egypt was provided in an English-language blog by a citizen of that tortured country. The contradictions and deadly undercurrents of unfolding events were eloquently summed up by Mahmoud Salem in “Imagine.”
Long able to escape legal retribution for his actions, Huffman Aviation operator Rudi Dekkers appears to have run out of luck. The Dutch/German pilot who ran the flight school through which 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta and his German and Austrian associates infiltrated the United States has been arrested in Houston for drug trafficking. It remains to be seen what comes of this investigation, but the implications are potentially staggering.
German intelligence and law enforcement had the Hamburg cell involved in the 9/11 attacks under surveillance by August of 1998 and did nothing. The officer in charge of law enforcement activities for Hamburg at the time has reportedly become head of the BND. Coupled with Atta’s German and Austrian associates in Florida, his sponsorship by the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft and Germany’s suspicious manipulation of “Curveball,” serious questions must be asked about the role of Germany and its intelligence services with regard to 9/11 and the Iraq war.
Crushing political and journalistic opposition, the Erdogan government is inextricably linked with the Muslim Brotherhood. Manifesting an Islamist agenda, the regime uses the Fetullah Gulen cult and tracks back to the Al-Taqwa milieu of World War II fascists, terrorists.
Generations of the Netherlands’ Royal Family link to the Third Reich and its postwar manifestations. Prince Bernhard was SS, an IG Farben spy and a traitor to the Allied Cause. Was he “the Traitor of Arnhem?”
Nano-Thermite allegation disproved. Collapse of Twin Towers not caused by nano-thermite. “Truthers” discredited.