Thursday, December 01, 2011
The CIA and its friends have been using snipers to kill innocent civilians, according to various sources.
Such snipers have been used by the CIA and its friends in:
Syria, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia
Romania, Russia, Kyrgystan
Norway, Belgium, Ireland, Yugoslavia, USA, Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan...
In the UK, in 1972, there took place the Bloody Sunday massacre.
Seven kids were among the dead.
There have been allegations that hidden military snipers provoked the massacre.
"It was members of his own RGJ regiment who fired on the Paratrooopers that day - they were under secret orders to provoke the Paras into attacking the crowd at the march."
LED ZEPPELIN and Clockwork Orange; VIETNAM WAR ...(comments)
At Global Research, on 28 November 2011, Gearóid Ó Colmáin has written:
'Unknown Snipers and Western backed "Regime Change"'
Among the points made:
In Susanne Brandstätter’s TV documentary 'Checkmate: Strategy of a Revolution', Western spies revealed how death squads were used to destabilize Romania and turn its people against the head of state Nicolai Ceaucescu.
Dominique Fonvielle, formerly of the French secret service the DGSE, said that spies have to "destabilize the people to the disadvantage of the ruling regime."
Roma, Romania by The Global Fund
Romania has not improved.
"Most Romanians associate the last two decades with a continuous process of impoverishment and deteriorating living standards, according to Romania's Life Quality Research Institute, quoted by the Financiarul daily."
The western spies interviewed in the documentary revealed how the Western media play a central role in disinformation. The victims of Western-backed snipers are presented to the world as evidence of a crazed dictator who was 'killing his own people'.
Russia by goingslowly
In 1993, Boris Yeltsin’s counter-revolutionaries made extensive use of snipers.
According to many eye witness reports, snipers were seen shooting civilians from the building opposite the US embassy in Moscow.
The snipers were (wrongly) attributed to the Soviet government by the international media.
Secret US military support to terrorist groups in Yugoslavia created the conditions for 'humanitarian' bombing in 1999.
(German Intelligence and the CIA supported Al Qaeda sponsored terrorists.)
Venezuela By One more shot Rog
In 2002, the CIA attempted to overthrow Hugo Chavez.
On the 11th of April 2002, an opposition march was organized.
Snipers hidden in buildings near the palace opened fire on protestors killing 18.
The media claimed (wrongly) that Chavez was 'killing his own people'.
Thailand April 2010
On April 12th 2010, there was a conflict between 'red-shirt' activists and the Thai government.
Unknown snipers killed 21 people.
Thailand's prime minister "Mr. Abhisit ... blamed rogue gunmen... State television broadcast repeated images of soldiers coming under fire from bullets and explosives."
The Christian Science Moniter quoted Thai military officials and unnamed Western diplomats:
"Military observers say Thai troops stumbled into a trap set by agents provocateurs..."
Some were caught on camera and seen by reporters.
"You can’t claim to be a peaceful political movement and have an arsenal of weapons out the back if needed. You can’t have it both ways," said a Western diplomat.
Kyrgystan by fearghalonuallain
Kyrgystan June 2010
Ethnic violence broke out in the Central Asian republic of Kirgystan in June 2010.
Unknown snipers opened fire on members of the Uzbek minority in Kyrgystan.
"Inhabitants offer convincing testimony of gunmen targeting their neighborhoods from vantage points...
"Many people are convinced that they’ve seen foreign mercenaries acting as snipers...
"Inhabitants report seeing black snipers and tall, blonde, female snipers from the Baltic states.
"The idea that English snipers have been roaming the streets of Osh shooting at Uzbeks is also popular."
Given the USA's track-record of using death squads to divide and weaken countries so as to maintain US domination, US involvement in the terrorism in Kyrgyzstan cannot be ruled out.
One effective way of maintaining a grip on Central Asian countries would be to increase ethnic tensions.
In August 6th 2008, the Russian newspaper Kommersant reported that a US arms cache had been found in a house in the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, which was being rented by two American citizens.
An effective means of keeping the government firmly on America’s side would be to insist on a US and European presence in the country to help 'protect' the Uzbek minority.
The New York Times presents the familiar narrative of oppressed peoples begging the West to come and bomb or occupy their country:
"Ethnic Uzbeks in the south have clamored for international intervention."
Ethnic tension can be used to create an environment of fear in order to prop up an unpopular dictatorship.
Islamic Jihadism can be used to create what Zbigniew Bzrezinski called 'an arc of crisis'.
Tunisia by karim76
Tunisia January 2011
On January 16th 2011, CNN reported that 'armed gangs' were fighting Tunisian security forces.
Many of the murders committed during the Tunisian uprising were by 'unknown snipers'.
There were videos posted on the internet showing Swedish nationals detained by Tunisian security forces.
The men were clearly armed with sniper rifles.
Professor Michel Chossudovsky, William Engdahl and others showed how the uprisings in North Africa were following the patterns of US backed people-power coups.
The CIA and its friends, with the help of sections of the Tunisian military, toppled Ben Ali.
On October 20th 2011, the Telegraph newspaper wrote that Mina Daniel, an anti-government activist in Cairo, had been shot dead by an unknown sniper.
On February 6th Al Jazeera reported that Egyptian journalist Ahmad Mahmoud was shot by snipers.
A video was aired by Al Jazeera showing demonstrators being fired upon.
The video was edited to convince the viewer that anti-Gaddafi demonstrators were being murdered by the security forces.
However, the unedited version of the video clearly shows pro-Gaddafi demonstrators with Green flags being fired upon by unknown snipers.
The attribution of NATO-linked crimes to the security forces of the Libyan Jamahirya was a constant feature of the brutal media war waged against the Libyan people.
The people of Syria have been hit by death squads and snipers.
Hundreds of Syrian soldiers and security personnel have been murdered, tortured and mutilated by Salafist and Muslim Brotherhood militants.
"When I visited Syria in April of this year, I personally encountered merchants and citizens in Hama who told me they had seen armed terrorists roaming the streets of that once peaceful city, terrorizing the neighbourhood."
Most people in Syria support the government.