Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Belgian Bullshit For Breakfast

This is not what I was going to begin with, and I think I've had my fill of it, sorry.

Looks to me like another in a long line of crisis drills gone live, and the pre$$ will have to prove it is not. 

Even if their reports were gospel truth (highly unlikely, but let's just say for the moment it is) it shows you the abject failure of the intelligence apparatus and protective government -- as they encourage Europe to open its arms to all of Obama's war refugees sprinkled with intelligence agency assets that needed to be rescued.

"ISIS claims responsibility for lethal Brussels bombings" by Alissa J. Rubin and Aurelien Breeden New York Times 

That's where I pretty much stopped reading, given the source.

So it was ISIS™, huh? 

That means the terrorists were created and supplied by the United States government and manned and funded by allies like Turkey and Saudi Arabia. 

This all in the midst of a massive search for terrorists the past two weeks:

"NATO announced Sunday that it will expand its mission to help choke off the smuggling of migrants into Europe by deploying warships in Greek and Turkish waters and deepening cooperation with the European Union’s Frontex border agency. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke in an interview a day before a summit of EU and Turkish leaders in Brussels about the migration crisis. “We will do reconnaissance, we will do surveillance, we will collect information, and share this information in real time with the Turkish coast guard, the Greek coast guard, and with Frontex, helping them with managing the migrant and refugee crisis, and also to cut the lines of the illegal trafficking and smugglers,” Stoltenberg said. In a separate development Sunday, at least 25 people drowned off the Turkish coast while trying to reach Greece." 

I've migrated away from those stories for the most part, but it's interesting to note that the "terrorists" hit the heart of NATO, its damn headquarters. That combined with the fact that the Paris fart session known as a climate change conference, the economic meeting in Turkey, and the EU meeting about migrants all went off without hitches. 

This whole thing is stinking of Gladio-style psyop, folks!

List has names of 22,000 who may have joined Islamic State


At least they busted one of them.

Leaked Islamic State files name some Paris attackers

Thus, the authorities in Belgium took action!

"The major antiterror operation, which lasted more than three hours, paralyzed an entire neighborhood of the Belgian capital, with schools and a day-care center placed on lock-down and auto workers at a nearby Audi plant instructed not to leave by management. The operation brought back memories." 

Yeah, it triggers the flood of mind-bending mind-manipulation of searing propaganda transmitted by the ma$$ media -- just as it was meant.

"Belgian prosecutors Wednesday identified the man who was killed during a counterterrorism raid the day before as an Algerian with potential links to radical Islam, while two other suspects from the raid, which left four police officers wounded, remained on the run. The man, Mohamed Belkaid, a 35-year-old who was in Belgium illegally, tried to open fire on police officers and was shot and killed by a special forces sniper, according to Eric van der Sijpt, a spokesman for the federal prosecutor’s office. The raid on a building on the Rue du Dries in the Forest section of Brussels took place around 2:15 p.m. Tuesday." 

No sense torturing him to get information.

Paris attacks suspect arrested after Brussels operation 


Suspect backed out of being Paris suicide bomber, prosecutor says


Paris terror suspect was planning new attacks

Yes, the Belgians were hunting all around for them before.... boom.

"Attacks underscore vulnerability of an open European society" by Adam Nossiter New York Times

The new attacks underscored once again not only the weaknesses of Belgium’s security services in particular but also the increasingly dangerous prospect of what several intelligence experts described as a sympathetic haven for terrorist cells to form, hide, and operate within the heart of Europe. The attacks have set off another round of soul-searching about whether Europe’s security services must redouble their efforts, even at the risk of further impinging civil liberties, or whether such attacks have become an unavoidable part of life in an open European society.

Yes, the endless Gladio-style false-flags, staged and scripted crisis drills gone live, and outright fictions are a new normal for Europe and the rest of us (Globe didn't see it as news that was fit to web, and the linked source tells you why I didn't bother.)

‘It was chaos,’ Natick student says of scene at Brussels airport

No specific threat to Mass. in wake of Brussels attacks, authorities say 

But security has been stepped up.

Never you mind that they say the same thing before and after every "attack."

Travel stocks suffer after Brussels attacks

Well, you gotta take the bad with the good and not complain when you are being fed agenda-pushing propaganda and a good dollop of fear. 

And speaking of luggage:

2 suspects named, hunt continues for a 3rd

Oh, look, airport video of three guys pushing luggage racks. 

NOW I'm convinced of the truthfulness of the propaganda pre$$!!

Belgians hold moment of silence for victims of Brussels attacks

Look, women and children cowering in fear and terror! 

And the terrorists came from Turkey, huh?

Erdogan [4 Days Ago] Threaten Brussels with Terrorist Attacks 

I'd give more than a penny for those thoughts.

Belgians Turn to Israeli Tech to Mark Themselves ‘Safe’ 

Was it once again another Israeli-based company in charge of security? 

Or are they just benefiting?

Fear-Mongering Following Brussels Blasts

Revenge of the Yinon stooges

The Brussels Attacks: Of Patsies and Fascist European Patriot Acts


7 Strange Questions About The Brussels Terror Attacks That The Mainstream Media Is Not Asking

New Tech Shows Why You Can’t Trust Anything You See on the News

It's all hoaxes?

CNN Airs CCTV Footage From 2011 Claiming it Was from Tuesday’s Brussels Attacks

You probably shouldn't see that.

Sorry to cook this stinker up so quick.


Beginning yesterday, which I missed mostly due to illness (indifference to endless agenda-pushing propaganda by the Jewi$h War Press not the least, either):

"Brothers among 3 Brussels suicide attackers" by Alissa J. Rubin and Kimiko De Freytas-Tamura New York Times

That's when I stopped reading, and when I looked for the lone quote I wanted -- The Bakraoui brothers had a history of violent crime, but Belgian officials said they had no reason to suspect they were terrorists until recently -- I found the article had been "updated," and while scanning it I found this whole story stinks the more they pile out the rewritten, on-the-fly cover story.

So you take a bit of Marathon script and mix it in, huh? Brothers?

"Names of the Brussels victims emerge" by Katie Rogers New York Times

If I wanted a New York Times, I'd f***ing buy a New York Times, and no, the photo is not convincing. 

I hope you will forgive me for looking for a way out and moving on to today's slop:

"Brussels attack lapses acknowledged by Belgian officials" by Aurelien Breeden and Alissa J. Rubin New York Times 


And the purpose of all this crap:

"A top European security official warned Thursday that the threat of Islamic State attacks is greater than previous assessments, underscoring calls for tighter security. Belgium has come up short in its efforts to prevent extremist attacks time and again, security analysts say — failing to coordinate intelligence, investigate suspects, and control its borders. Historically, the country has often been found wanting when it comes to sharing intelligence among agencies, applying what’s learned to police work, and controlling its external borders, Michael O’Hanlon, a senior fellow at the Washington-based Brookings Institution, told the Associated Press. In addition, he said, Brussels often fails to strike the balance that other countries achieve in weighing the desire to investigate suspected criminal activity and the need to act quickly when an immediate threat is identified. “I suspect they will rethink things from first principles now,’’ O’Hanlon said."

Yes, an army of about 5,000 has returned from Syria to wage war on Europe. 

At least the Poles aren't stupid.

So when does the ground war to depose Assad begin?

Good thing the U.S. treats its Muslims so much better, huh?

I don't know what the ugly truth is but I'm sure everyone else is taking apart the lies and seeking it nonetheless.


 There is absolutely no reason to believe this was a false-flag attack