Friday, January 28, 2011


Richard Curtis.

On 27th January 2011, we read about the spook who claims he was 'brainwashed'.

Richard Curtis is a UK military intelligence specialist.

His wife, Fiananda, is a former military officer. (The spook who lost faith in his guru‎)

Rena Denton, also known as Mata Yogananda Mahasaya Dharma, is the 79-year-old boss of the 'cult' known as the Self Realization Meditation Centres movement.

Denton is described as a 'Master' who was 'asked by the Divine be a Guru in this age, to the many souls who are awakening and seeking Universal Truth, Unconditional Love and Wisdom, within and without'.

The 'cult' has 'sister centres' in Canada, the US, New Zealand and Australia.

Richard Curtis and his wife Fiananda joined the 'cult'.

They then donated their farmhouse and possessions to their leader, Rena Denton.

Richard Curtis now claims he he was 'brainwashed' and was 'unduly influenced' by the 'cult'.

Curtis left the 'cult' after discovering his wife was having an affair with another man.

A judge has now ruled that Curtis and his wife should get their house back.

In 2010, a doctor claimed he was brainwashed into handing over £750,000 to the 'cult'.

He lost a £2million damages claim.




Thursday, January 27, 2011


Dr David Kelly knew too much and died rather mysteriously.

Police have now admitted that the following objects found with his body did not have fingerprints on them:

His mobile phone

A watch

The knife he allegedly used to slash his wrist

The packs of pills he is said to have overdosed on

A water bottle

Read more: David Kelly death: Personal items found had no fingerprints.



aangirfan: Dr David kelly and Operation MASON.



China in the 1940s ( had a huge gap between rich and poor.

How do you explain the economic situation?

Parts of Detroit are like parts of Jakarta.

Here in Jakarta there is a large posh shopping mall.

But most of the visitors to the mall do not have the money to buy the goods on display.

For most people, whether in Detroit or in Jakarta, incomes are too low.

On 23 June 2010, in the Financial Times, Douglas Bruce explained that without some trickle-down effect, any recovery will be stillborn

Douglas Bruce explains that "over the past few decades, the top earners in banking and other sectors have been increasing their share of a finite cake...

"Going back a generation or two... it was still possible for a middle-class father to support a family of four, but it now takes two earners to maintain most families, and that at a lower standard of living..."

Poverty in India

On 23 June 2010, Li Onesto wrote about: "Dying Detroit" - The Impacts of Globalization. Social Decay and Destruction of an Entire Urban Area

In Detroit:

Almost half of the children live in poverty.

The illiteracy rate is close to 50%.

Michigan state spends more on prisons than it does on higher education.

Many of Detroit's jobs have moved abroad, to where the wages are even lower.

India has palaces and paupers.

On 24 June 2010, at Global Research, Andrew Gavin Marshall wrote about: The Global Political Awakening and the New World Order

He points out:

1.2 billion people in the world live on less than $1 per day.

Nearly 3 billion people live on less than $2 a day.

The richest 2% of adults in the world own more than half of global household wealth.

The richest 1% of adults own around 40% of global assets.

The richest 10% of adults own around for 85% of the global assets.

The bottom half of the world adult population own around 1% of global wealth.

The top 6,000 people in the world own 40% of the world’s assets.

The top 600,000 people in the world control 85% of the world’s wealth.

The bottom 3.4 billion own 1% of world wealth.

Zbigniew Brzezinski explains that increased literacy means greater political awareness, increased use of TV means greater awareness of global disparities, and greater use of the Internet means more instant communications.

Brzezinski sees an increase in anti-Americanism and anti-globalization.

"From the point of view of the global oligarchy, the only method of imposing order and control through the organized chaos of economic crises, war, and the rapid expansion and institutionalization of a global scientific dictatorship."

A London mansion worth over £100 million.

In the USA, roughly 40% of the population fall below the poverty line at some point within a 10 year time span. (Poverty in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Israel has many millionaires and many hungry children.

"Once idealized as a socialist paradise, the Jewish state is increasingly becoming a country of two classes...

"35% of children are living in poverty, leaving Israel with this unhappy distinction: It ranks among Western countries with the greatest percentage of poor children, according to the Insurance Institute." (Poverty in Israel: The divide deepens between the haves and have .../ Israel will join OECD as its poorest member )

In 2006 it was reported that in the Calton area of Glasgow the average life expectancy of a male is just 53.9 years.

This is lower than in Bangladesh or North Korea or Iraq. (In Iraq, life expectancy is 67. Minutes from Glasgow city centre ...)

In January 2010, a report by the UK government's National Equality Panel pointed out that the gulf between rich and poor in the UK grew wider under Tony Blair's Labour Party than at any time since the Second World War.

In the UK, the richest 10 per cent of families have assets worth an average £853,000 - almost 100 times the £8,800 average wealth of the poorest 10 per cent. (Gulf between rich and poor grown under Labour and now widest since WWII - Daily Mail )

Glasgow slum

Our leaders would appear to be in favour of a feudal system where the upper class become very rich and the lower class become very poor.

Joe Stiglitz, formerly chief economist at the World Bank, told CNBC that "Market fundamentalism has eroded any sense of community and has led to rampant exploitation." (Stiglitz: America's Ersatz Capitalism Is A Joke )

The rich-poor gap has a lot to do with rotten leaders. (

According to the economists Howell and Diallo (2007), neoliberal policies have contributed to a US economy in which 30% of workers earn "low wages", and 35% of the labour force is "underemployed". (Neoliberalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

According to John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer (2006), "The U.S. economic and social model is associated with substantial levels of social exclusion, including high levels of income inequality, high relative and absolute poverty rates, poor and unequal educational outcomes, poor health outcomes, and high rates of crime and incarceration." (Neoliberalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Jews helped run the Moslem Ottoman Empire.

Who has gained from the policies of our rotten leaders?

"Jews played a central role in American finance during the 1980s, and they were among the chief beneficiaries of that decade's corporate mergers and reorganizations.

"Today, though barely 2% of the nation's population is Jewish, close to half its billionaires are Jews." (NEOCON FINANCIERS / BANKERS)

The use by feudal rulers of Jewish financiers has a long history.

In the Middle Ages in Europe, many kings depended upon Jews as financiers.

Royal power worked alongside Jewish money. (NEOCON FINANCIERS / BANKERS )

"1922: King Abdulla Ibn Hussein of Transjordan sits under the watchful eyes of his Jewish bodyguards, Habanni Yemenite brothers Sayeed, Salaah, and Saadia Sofer." (

Jews also played a major role in the medieval Muslim world.

Jews played a major role in the running of the Ottoman Empire. (NEOCON FINANCIERS / BANKERS)

"In late 19th-century Britain, the Jewish-dominated press championed imperialism, which benefited Jewish finance.

"And during the early stages of the Soviet regime, Jews were numerous in leadership positions, especially in the secret police...

"It was with Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal that Jews gained long-term power in the United States...

(Benjamin Ginsberg's The Fatal Embrace: Jews and the State. NEOCON FINANCIERS / BANKERS )

Some people believe that Masonic Jewish bankers pull the strings.

In his book, "Under the Sign of the Scorpion" (2002), the Estonian Juri Lina says about 150 million people died as a result of the Bolshevik Revolution, subsidized by the Masonic Jewish banking cartel. "The West pretended to oppose the Bolsheviks but in fact defended them." ( - USSR - Experiment Was "Social ...)

Jewish folks have been important in Latin America.

Around 300,000 Jews live in Argentina, mostly in Buenos Aires. (Argentine Jews Struggling with Money Problems and Security Fears)

In 2001, the economy of Argentina collapsed due to neo-liberal policies.

The feudal system, with its gap between rich and poor, is not unique to any one country or any one religion.

India has many millionaires.

But in 2006 it was reported that 35% of Indians live on less than $1 a day, which is much worse than Pakistan’s figure of 17%. (India - Rich and Poor)

Louis XVI

Is the situation today to be compared to that in France in 1789?

Norman Gash, at the National Review, 14 July 1989, wrote: Reflections on the revolution - French Revolution

(Norman Gash was a former Professor of Modern History at the University of St Andrews)

1. According to Norman Gash, in 1789 France was the largest, wealthiest, and most powerful state in Western Europe.

In 2010, the USA is said to be the most powerful state in the world.

2. Norman Gash asks: What reason was there for revolution in France in 1789?

Gash relates that, according to Napoleon, there was revolution because the middle class wanted more power for themselves and less power for the aristocrats.

It could be argued that, in the USA, the middle classes are getting restless. They see a corrupt elite enjoying too many privileges.

Louis XVI

3. Gash points out that in France, in 1789, "the climate of opinion was rational, liberal, and optimistic, the monarchy not averse to reform, the aristocracy itself permeated by ideas of the Enlightenment."

Why then was there a bloody revolution?

Gash explains that the 'system' appeared to make reform difficult.

Edmund Burke said that "a state without the means of some change is without the means of its own conservation."

In the USA in 2010, the constitution appears not to be protecting the USA from disaster.

America's institutions seem incapable of preventing wars, discontent and hunger.


4. Gash points out that the French revolution was a long sequence of events, stretching from 1789 until 1799.

There was "an extraordinary series of political improvisations:

constitutional monarchy,


single-party rule,

dictatorship of the proletariat,


and finally military despotism."

If there are to be dramatic changes in the USA, the end result might be military despotism under an American Napoleon.

Napoleon was a fascist.

He attempted the total military domination of continental Europe.

He tried to have a New World Order, or as Gash writes "a new international order".


5. According to Gash, the French Revolution, Napoleon's Empire and the 1815 Congress of Vienna "foreshadowed the Europe of the future."

That means both good things and bad things.

Americans seeking revolution should study Europe's history.

6. Gash implies that bloody revolution was not necessary to bring about change in Europe.

Gash writes:

Even if the French Revolution had not taken place, "common sense suggests that the main lines of European evolution would have been much the same, though perhaps the pace might have been slower."

Gash lists the products of European society which would have come about either by gradual evolution or by fast and bloody revolution:

A. Liberalism based on representative institutions.

B. Nationalism based on linguistic unity.

C. The rise of the sovereign state.

D. The centralization of administrative power at the expense of provincial.

E. The increasing responsibility of government for the welfare of its subjects.

F. The ability to mobilize a whole society for war.

G. military defeats in consequence giving rise to revolution and revolution to tyranny.

H. International conflicts followed by international institutions to preserve harmony.

America is changing.

The changes will be a mixture of good and bad.

The changes will happen, even without a revolution.

French Empire 1811

7. According to Gash, the French Revolution helped to shape European society in two notable ways.

A. Force was used to bring about change. "Liberalism and reform marched behind French bayonets."

The ideas of liberalism and reform had many of their origins in England.

B. The awakening of nationalism.

Gash writes that: "ideas that march behind bayonets are rarely popular; reform at the hands of a conqueror earns little gratitude. French rule brought not only enlightenment but hardship."

It was not long before there were nationalistic revolts against the French.

In Germany, later in the century, "Bismarck exploited the German national feeling first evoked by Napoleon I."

Any attempt by an American dictator to bring about a New World Order would result in nationalist revolts.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Twelve of these children's parents left the village to work in big cities in coastal areas. "More than 20 million children live with their grandparents or other relatives because their parents have migrated." (Website for this image

China is like Tunisia or Egypt.

In October 2010, the son of Li Gang, a top police officer, killed a pedestrian while allegedly drink-driving.

As he sped off, he shouted: "report me if you dare.

"My dad is Li Gang!"

The phrase became famous.

(China Drunk-Driver Case Hits a Nerve)

On 22 January 2011, a group of animators in Beijing released a satirical cartoon called "Greeting Card for the Year of the Rabbit.

In this cartoon, a boy dreams of violent revolution against a corrupt, abusive government run by tigers.

"The tigers are a thinly veiled representation of Chinese authorities." (China Nerve)


The Economist points out some of the problems facing China. (Asia's new aristocrats.)

1. China has 800,000 dollar millionaires.


China has 400m people who live on less than $2 a day.

The disparity between rural and urban incomes is vast.

2. The children of some of China's leaders 'have amassed huge fortunes in murky ways'.

. 'The party's tentacles are everywhere'.

People must avoid offending it.

'The party is accountable neither to voters nor to the law.'

'There is little to prevent its bosses from abusing their power.'

In Corruption Threatens China's Future, Minxin Pei describes corruption in China.

Reportedly, in China, "roughly 10 percent of government spending, contracts, and transactions is estimated to be used as kickbacks and bribes, or simply stolen." (Corruption Threatens China’s Future.)

The Chinese are said to be the Jews of Asia.

And just as certain Jews are controversial in the USA, and in Russia, certain Chinese are controversial in Asia.

In countries like Indonesia, certain Chinese-Indonesian businessmen are less than popular because of an an alleged lack of scruples and an alleged worship of money.


China's achilles' heel may be a lack of scruples by certain businessmen.

Wong Kwong-yu, also known as Huang Guangyu, was China's richest man.

He was chairman of the national retailer GOME which makes electric appliances.

He was eventually arrested as part of a probe into share price manipulation.

Corruption Charges for China's Richest Man? - BusinessWeek)

Other top tycoons, such as Yang Bin, Gu Chujun and Zhen Zhongyi, have previously 'come to grief' for alleged corruption or corporate mismanagement.

China's banks have developed a reputation for wobbly deals.

In 2008 it was reported that the Chinese government had had to "take some US$130 billion in problem assets and inject over US$20 billion in capital into the Agricultural Bank of China..." (
Going, going, GOME)

In Indonesia, ethnic Chinese make up less than 4 percent of the population but reportedly control around 70 percent of the major businesses.

Reportedly, twelve of the 15 wealthiest families are Chinese.

Chinese oligarchs are influential in countries such as Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia.



Richmal Oates-Whitehead

A UN human rights official, Richard Falk, has suggested that the US government may have orchestrated the 9 11 attacks.

UN human rights official claims 9/11 was US plot

Falk is a former professor at Princeton University.

Meanwhile, at the 7/7 inquest into the London Tube Bombings, we learn of about a 'fake' doctor, Richmal Oates-Whitehead.

Richmal Oates-Whitehead died weeks after the 7/7 attacks.

Richmal claimed to have helped victims of the July 7 bombings.

Richmal was working for a medical publication based in Tavistock Square next to where the No 30 bus was blown up.

She was found dead in her flat five weeks after the bombings and nine days after her employers began an official investigation into her background.

Her statement after the 7/7 attack:

"I clearly remember a plane flying overhead and all of us looking up fearing the worst...

"There was another enormous bang as police detonated the 'bomb'."

July 7th People's Independent Inquiry Forum.

Thread with death certificate and discussion here et seq.



Egyptian riots. Photo AP.

It would seem that the USA and Israel decided some time ago to topple Egypt's president Mubarak.

"The U.S. strategy for three decades ... has been to bet on Mubarak... But that cannot possibly be a smart bet for the next decade." - Elliott Abrams on 20 January 2011 (interview)

Abrams, a neo-con Zionist, was involved in Iran-Contra.

According to PressTV (Mossad behind Egypt church blast):

"Political experts believe that the US, the Israeli regime and Britain have crafted a long-term joint security program in the Middle East and North Africa...

"Part of the scenario is to divide Sudan into northern and southern parts, split Egypt into a Christian-populated country and a Muslim-populated one and trigger a new civil strife in Lebanon among Shias and Sunnis...


"The establishment of a non-Arab Christian government in the heart of Islamic Sudan will result in the Israeli regime infiltrating into the east bank of the river Nile, only to be a pain in the neck for Muslim nations in North Africa.

"After south Sudan is separated from the north, the Israeli regime will, thanks to its physical presence on the ground, take control of the water flow in the river and hold the 11 countries on both sides of the Nile to political ransom.

"Leaders in south of the African country had already announced they would establish broad political relations with Tel Aviv once they break away from the north.

"Another scenario on the West's agenda is to lay the groundwork for the formation of a Coptic government in Upper Nile in Egypt...

"Therefore, the recent scuffles between Muslims and Christians in Naj' Hammadi region in Qena governorate in southern Egypt as well as the blast at the Alexandria church are a prelude for the dangerous Western-engineered scenario to unfold in one of the key Islamic-Arab nations."


Netanyau meets Omar Suleiman, head of Egyptian Inteligence on 4 November 2010 in Tel Aviv.

According to the powerful US Council on Foreign Relations (Egypt - Council on Foreign Relations):

"The Suez Canal remains critical to the security of the Persian Gulf and its vast energy reserves, as well as to global trade.

"Egypt also maintains the region's largest and most powerful Arab military."

It seems that Obama would like to topple Egypt's President Mubarak, and replace him with someone more reliable.

The Pentagon wants the Egyptian military to help advance the US-Israeli agenda.

But the Egyptian military sees Israel as the enemy.

And Egypt has resisted sending troops to Iraq and Afghanistan. (US frustrated with Egypt military)


Israel would like to topple Mubarak, it seems.

Israel and Egypt have many ties.

13% of the Israeli army's civilian workforce are Egyptians. (Egypt and Israel, a souring relationship?)

Early in 2010, Egypt and Israel made a gas deal allowing Israel to buy the gas at prices lower than its market value.

However, more recently Egypt's Irrigation Minister dismissed the possibility that Egypt would supply Israel with water from the Nile. (Egypt and Israel, a souring relationship?)

On 20 December 2010 (ISRAEL DESTABILISING EGYPT) we learnt that Egypt arrested members of an Israeli spy ring within its borders.

Egypt claims the spies kidnapped foreign nationals.

Reportedly, the aim is to destabilize security in the Sinai.

Emad Gad, an expert at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, says: "Despite Israel’s peace treaty with Egypt, Egypt remains Israel's primary threat in the region.

"Israel sees Egypt as its main obstacle to regional dominance."

George Galloway, alleged disinformation agent, has been attacking Mubarak.

On 1 January 2011, we read that a group calling itself Al-Qaeda may be responsible for the seven dead and 24 injured in an attack on a church in Egypt


Israel attacked Egypt in 1967.

Israel claimed that it attacked because Nasser had placed troops in part of Egypt called the Sinai.

The CIA's assessment was that Egypt's military presence in the Sinai was defensive. (Israel's attack on Egypt in June '67 was not 'preemptive' FPJ)

Gamal Mubarak (left) and Omar Suleiman

Who might replace Mubarak?

Some unknown military figure could emerge.

Or spy chief Omar Suleiman could take power in some kind of coup.

Suleiman was trained at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School and Center at Fort Bragg, in the 1980s. (Egypt's Next Strongman Foreign Policy)

Suleiman continues to have close contacts with US intelligence and military officials.

On Facebook, Twitter, and blogs, Suleiman is receiving support. (Egypt's Next Strongman Foreign Policy)

Sounds spooky.



Website for this image

We have been reading an article called 'They work for us' in The Economist

I quote:

"In liberal democracies ... elections force politicians to take the public's wishes into account...

"Competitive markets force business leaders to heed their customers' demands all the time...

"In liberal democracies the powerful get on by pleasing others.

"In short, they work for us."


This would suggest that the USA is not a liberal democracy.

In the USA the electoral system is rigged in such a way that CIA assets tend to get elected.

Recent presidents have had no intention of heeding the public's wishes on Iraq, Afghanistan or Guantanamo.

And top Americans who commit war crimes usually get away with it.

Those many business leaders who have some sort of monopoly happily ignore those of their customers who dislike being sold junk.

Think of the contempt for customers of such businesses as YouTube and Enron.


Tuesday, January 25, 2011


"Iraqi soldiers burst into a Kuwaiti hospital, found the premature babies ward and then tossed the babies out of incubators." (The disinformation campaign by Philip Knightley)

Aangirfan remembers listening to Margaret Thatcher, on one of her trips abroad, giving very high praise to a certain powerful president.

But this president was not doing enough deals with the USA.

Time magazine then ran a story exposing the president's 'corruption'.

The president was toppled.


On 23 January 2011, Newzweek has an article entitled: "Tunisia's Ben Ali and Family Ran a 'Mafia State'"

According to Newzweek:

People in all corners of the stagnating Arab world dared to hope that the triumph of the Tunisian street might do for them what the election of Obama did for the people of the USA.

A lot of people in the Arab world have not forgotten the similar burst of enthusiasm that swept the region when Saddam flew off to Belarus and the US military brought peace and prosperity to Iraq.

The fall of Ben Ali has exposed the corrupt common denominator of every regime in the Arab world.

They are all, in effect, mafia states - entire nations run by families for their own benefit.

They do not have the good fortune to be run by such philanthropists as Bernie Madoff, Marc Rich, Ken Lay, the Bush family, Allen Stanford, Tom DeLay, Jack Abramoff, Oliver North, Barney Frank, Spiro Agnew, Sam Giancana, Henry Kissinger or the Rockefellers.

The nice Mr Karimov (West marks Karimov's rehabilitation)

It should be noted that, unlike in Tunisia, elections in the USA are not rigged.

And, unlike in Tunisia, the US economy is not dominated by a few big companies which ignore the welfare of the public.

Union Carbide and DynCorp serve the public well.

Rumsfeld meets Saddam

As Tunisia's intelligence chief in the 1980s, Ben Ali built close ties to the CIA.

But it should not be thought that the CIA put people like the Shah, Saddam, Mubarak or Ben Ali into power.

The CIA had no idea that the Ben Ali family was some sort of 'mafia family'.

The Ben Alis controlled the central coast region while the Trabelsis ran the Greater Tunis area.

Ben Ali's nephew Imed Trabelsi is alleged to have stolen a yacht.

It would be wrong to think that the fall of Ben Ali has exposed the corrupt common denominator of almost every regime in the world.

They are not mostly, in effect, mafia states - entire nations run by families for their own benefit.


Aangirfan has been to Tunisia.

We can safely say that most of Tunisia is more civilised and comfortable than most parts of Florida.


On 25 January it was reported that three people had died in protests in Egypt.


Reportedly, the CIA and NATO want to use the Taliban to help them obtain military bases throughout Central Asia. Reportedly, the CIA has long had friendly relations with certain Taliban figures, and, with the heroin trade.

We are not supposed to know too much about all these mad Muslims who work for the CIA and its friends.

Sultan Amir Tarar (Pakistan's Godfather of the Taliban dies 23 January 2011) was a friend of the CIA.

He was trained by American special forces.

He ran CIA-funded training camps in Pakistan.

These camps sent tens of thousands of mujahideen guerrillas into battle against the Soviets.

Among his students was an Afghan called Mullah Omar.

Mullah Omar became head of the Afghan Taliban and came to power in Afghanistan in 1996.

Tarar was Pakistan intelligence's link with the Afghan Taliban.

Both the CIA and its subsidiary ISI (Pakistan intelligence) were friends of the Taliban.

In 2001, the USA, fell out with the Afghan Taliban and decided to attack Afghanistan.

Tarar returned to Pakistan but allegedly continued to act as a link between the ISI and the Taliban.

Reportedly the CIA hopes to use the Afghan Taliban to balkanise certain neighbouring countries. And hopes to use the Pakistan Taliban to balkanise Pakistan.

In 2010, Tarar was kidnapped and in 2011 he died in captivity.

When Tarar was kidnapped, he had been hoping to gain an interview with the Pakistan Taliban leader, Hakimullah Mehsud.

Allegedly, the CIA is using the Pakistan Taliban to break up Pakistan.

On 21 October 2009, Akhtar Jamal, at, revealed the details of how Pakistan Taliban terrorists are being equipped with U.S., Indian and German, weapons.

Gordon Duff, of ‘Veterans Today’, revealed in a recent interview: "The Pakistani Taliban is in close cooperation with India and Israel who supply, finance, arm and train them to attack Pakistan."

Tarar was with Khalid Khawaja, a former ISI spy.

The kidnappers were led by a 'militant' called Usman Punjabi.

Punjabi's group claimed Khawaja was an ISI and CIA agent who had betrayed 'extremists' during the Red Mosque siege in Islamabad in 2007.

Also with Tarar was Asad Qureshi, a British film-maker making an independent film for the UK's Channel Four.

Qureshi was released by his kidnappers.

Punjabi was killed in a shootout with a local tribal commander, and Tarar was handed over to Hakimullah Mehsud's Pakistan Taliban.

Tarar may have known too much about CIA links to the Pakistan Taliban.

Afghan mujahidin in the White House, 1985.

And what about Mullah Omar: who knows where he is now?

On 7 January 2011, Mullah Omar reportedly had a heart attack and was treated for several days in a Karachi hospital with the help of Pakistan's spy service the ISI.

According to The Washington Post, a private intelligence firm, the Eclipse Group, was the source of this information.

And the Eclipse Group got its information from a doctor in a Karachi hospital.

The doctor said he saw Mullah Omar.

The New York Times reports that the man who runs the Eclipse Group is former CIA officer Duane R. Clarridge.

He may or may not be telling the truth.

After many years "the world has witnessed that neither Mullah Omar nor Bin Laden have been captured.

"It would be a joke to say that a superpower like the US cannot capture these two men." - Press TV's exclusive interview with Alaeddin Boroujerdi

Girls in Afghanistan in the 1960s, before the CIA started building up the extremist Moslems. Photo from O'Bannon article

In 1978, the government in Afghanistan was peaceful, moderate, progressive and non-communist.

The US government wanted control of Afghanistan.

The CIA decided to finance some extremist Moslems and put them into power in Afghanistan.

According to Andrew Gavin Marshall, at Global Research, 5 September 2010, (The “Arc of Crisis”):

Brzezinski said in a 1998 interview:

"It was July 3, 1979 that President Carter signed the first directive for secret aid to the opponents of the .... regime in Kabul.

"And that very day, I wrote a note to the president in which I explained to him that in my opinion this aid was going to induce a Soviet military intervention."

Brzezinski said he "Knowingly increased the probability that (the Soviets) would invade."

The US government plans to balkanise and control the oil rich parts of the world.

Peter Dale Scott pointed out, in The Road to 9/11, that "billions of CIA and Saudi dollars would ultimately be spent in programs that would help enhance ... Wahhabistic jihadism...."

In 1979, Hafizullah Amin, who was reportedly a CIA asset, carried out a coup in Afghanistan.

Amin "halted the reforms, and murdered, jailed, or exiled thousands of (moderates) as he moved toward establishing a fundamentalist Islamic state." (Michael Parenti, Afghanistan, Another Untold Story. Global Research: December 4, 2008: globalresearch.9)

The Soviets intervened in order to replace Amin. The Soviet invasion took place in 1980.

Reportedly, the US plans to break up Saudi Arabia, and several other oil-rich countries.

The USA took the side of the Moslem extremist Afghan Mujahideen.

In 1981, CIA Director Casey worked with Saudi Prince Turki bin Faisal and the Pakistani ISI "to create a foreign legion of jihadi Muslims."

This idea had "originated in the elite Safari Club," a coalition of intelligence agencies, which included the CIA and French intelligence.

More than 100,000 Islamic militants were trained in Pakistan, in camps overseen by the CIA and MI6.

Britain's SAS training future al-Qaida and Taliban fighters in bomb-making and other black arts.

Future al-Qaeda leaders were trained at a CIA camp in Virginia.

This was called Operation Cyclone.

It continued after the Soviets left Afghanistan in 1989.

Drugs money was used to finance the Afghan Mujahideen.

When Britain was in India, Britain's East India Company turned opium into India's main export.

According to Alfred W. McCoy, in The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade, "CIA activities in Burma helped transform the Shan states ... into the largest opium-growing region in the world."

In the 1960s and 1970s, the CIA promoted the drugs trade in Laos and Vietnam.

In the 1980s that the CIA turned Central Asia into a major supplier of heroin for the world market.

The CIA helped Afghanistan's heroin to reach Europe and America. (Alfred W. McCoy, The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade.)

CIA money went to Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Afghanistan’s leading mujahideen drug lord.

Between 1979 and1980, drug-related deaths in New York City rose 77%.

The bin Ladens are old friends of the Bush family. Above, Wafah bin Laden.

In the 1980s, the CIA financed Mujahideen propaganda in textbooks for Afghan schools.

(Carol Off, Back to school in Afghanistan. CBC: May 6, 2002:

In the early 1990s the Taliban emerged, and it was supported by the CIA.

"Between 1994 and 1996, the USA supported the Taliban politically through its allies Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, essentially because Washington viewed the Taliban as anti-Iranian, anti-Shia, and pro-Western." (Robert Dreyfuss, Devil’s Game: How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam.)

Selig Harrison, a scholar with links to the CIA, said that the CIA worked with Pakistan to create the Taliban.

(Reportedly the CIA hopes to use the Afghan Taliban to balkanise certain neighbouring countries.)


1. The USA uses profits from heroin to pay for its presence in Afghanistan.

2. The USA set up the Taliban and it still hopes to make use of the Taliban.

3. The USA would like to use the Taliban to destabilise Central Asia.

4. The USA's eventual aim is to have military bases throughout Central Asia.

On 20 August 2009, had an article entitled “Afghan drug trafficking brings US $50 billion a year”

In this article, the main points made by General Mahmut Gareev, a commander during Russia's time in Afghanistan, are as follows:

1. When General Gareev was in Afghanistan, in 1989 and 1990, the production of heroin almost ceased, apart from in certain areas.

3. Since then, it has increased by 44 per cent.

4. 80% of the world’s drugs are produced in Afghanistan.

5. The Americans themselves admit that drugs are often transported out of Afghanistan on American planes.

6. "Drug trafficking in Afghanistan brings them about 50 billion dollars a year – which fully covers the expenses tied to keeping their troops there."

7. The US military "don’t have any planned military action to eliminate the Mujahideen.

"Rather, they want to make the situation more unstable and help the Taliban to be more active.

"They even started negotiations with them, trying to direct them to the Central-Asian republics, to destabilize the whole region and set up their bases there."



YouTube is now mainly commercial junk. The "YouTube HomePage does not promote Individual Videos." (Is The YouTube SEO Guy Smoking Crack?)

You try to watch a YouTube video which is 'non-commercial' and find that it buffers and buffers and buffers.

You switch to a YouTube video that is 'commercial' and find that it plays beautifully.

You Google 'CIA, Tunisia, voltairenet' and on the first page you find no mention of voltairenet's article on the CIA's role in the Tunisia coup.

You Google 'Tunisia revolt' and you are unlikely to find any mention of Soros or the CIA.

The CIA and its friends appear to be constructing a two tier internet.

Commercial stuff is in the top tier.

The rest is in the bottom tier and will be difficult to find and slow to upload.

At PCPRO, on 21 January 2011, the question is asked: Is the internet as we know it dead?

The answer involves:

"Websites and services that are willing to pay" being "thrust into the 'fast lane'".

"Those that don't" being "left fighting for scraps of bandwidth or even blocked outright."

According to Andrew Heaney, executive director of strategy and regulation at TalkTalk, Britain’s second biggest ISP:

"We have a .... differentiated network at all levels, with huge levels of widespread discrimination of traffic types..."

( Zen Internet doesn’t employ any traffic shaping across their network, and Zen has won the PC Pro Best Broadband ISP award for the past 7 years - Zen Internet)

Streaming video is the largest single category of internet traffic.

"Broadcasters willing to pay will be put into the 'fast lane'; those who don't will be left to fight their way through the regular internet traffic jams."


Anonymous brings our attention to: "Why does Google block "Bilderberg" from auto-complete?".

"I would like to know why Google blocks 'Bilderberg' from auto-complete when it has over 2 million search results. Could this have anything to do with Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, reportedly being in attendance for the 2009 Bilderberg meeting?"




Monday, January 24, 2011


On 23 January 2011, at Voltairenet, Thierry Meyssan has an article on Tunisia entitled: Washington face à la colère du peuple tunisien ] - [ Translate this page ]

Meyssan believes that the start of the Jasmine Revolution was not planned by the CIA and its friends, but, that the CIA and its friends quickly became involved in directing the affair.

Aangirfan believes that the CIA and its friends have been planning for some time to topple Ben Ali.

Ben Ali, like the Shah and like Suharto, had become too independent minded.

According to Thierry Meyssan:

1. Washington saw that Ben Ali was in trouble and could not be saved.

So Washington decided to organise the rebels.

2. Washington decided to use the media in Tunisia and abroad to control the direction of the revolt.

Washington got the media to focus attention on social issues, the corruption of Ben Ali, and censorship of the press.

Washington wanted to avoid any mention of Tunisia being used as base for NATO and the CIA.

3. On 30 December, the private channel TV Nessma spread reports about the riots and organised a debate about the transition to democracy.

Nesma TV is part owned by Silvio Berlusconi.

4. At the same time, US agents (as well as Serbs and Germans) were sent to Tunisia to run the insurgency.

These experts provided the rioters with their slogans.

These experts followed the tactics for a 'colour revolution' developed by the Albert Einstein Institution.

5. On 2 January 2010, 'the CIA' hacked the official website of the Prime Minister.

6. On 13 January the Chief of Staff of the Army, General Rashid Ammar, was contacted by the commander of AFRICOM, General William Ward.

7. Ben Ali then fled.

8. News organizations launched the name "Jasmine Revolution" (in English).

The term "Jasmine Revolution" was used by the CIA to communicate during the coup of 1987 which placed Ben Ali in power.

9. We forget the good report given by the IMF managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

And we forget the latest report of Transparency International which said that Tunisia was less corrupt than the states of the European Union such as Italy, Romania and Greece.

10. Ahmed Najib Chebbi, a pawn of the National Endowment for Democracy, has become Minister of Regional Development.

11. Amanou Slim, a blogger using the methods of the Albert Einstein Institute, has become Secretary of State for Youth and Sports.

12. The real seat of power is no longer at the Palace of the Republic, but at the Embassy of the United States.

Located outside of Tunis, in a vast campus, the embassy is a huge bunker that houses the highly secure central stations for the CIA and the MEPI North Africa and part of the Levant.

13. Islamist Rachid Ghannouchi prepares to arrive from London.

The following is our timeline:

2000 - President Ben Ali broke all diplomatic ties with Israel

2003 - Ben Ali refused to take part in either of the two wars against Iraq.

2009 - Tunisia signed an economic and technical cooperation pact with China

2009 - Sakhr El Materi, chairman of the Tunisia-US Parliamentary Friendship Group, met the US ambassador at Materi's home (Tunisia: Dinner With Sakher El Materi - TuniLeaks) "The Ambassador raised economic liberalization, noting the importance of opening up to franchising."

2010 - A report (Transformation: Tunisia) notes: "Despite the formal abolition of trade barriers for industrial goods with the European Union as of 1 January 2008, in practice, Tunisia has seen too little progress in terms of trade liberalization."

May 2010 - General William E. Ward, commander of U.S. Africa Command, visited Tunisia and met Tunisian Minister of Defense Ridha Grira.

"Minister Grira had recently returned from very positive talks in Washington with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates." (Tunisia - U.S. Africa Command Blog)

October 2010 - Sakhr El Materi, chairman of the Tunisia-US Parliamentary Friendship Group, had talks with top Americans in the Pentagon and the State Department.

November 2010 - A cable from the US embassy in Tunis released by wikileaks describes Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's family entourage as a "quasi Mafia" because of its "organized corruption".

Mohamed Bouazizi. He "set himself on fire outside the governor’s office". ( Mohamed Bouazizi.) Or he "set fire to himself at the bus station." "He had apparently decided to go to Tunis and talk to the president... (he) arrived at the bus station." (Tunisian riot town stands firm in its fury )

17 December - Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old university graduate, reportedly set himself alight in the central Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid in a protest over unemployment.

He reportedly died on January 5 from burn wounds.

In Islam, suicide is considered a sin.

There have been rumours that Mohamed Bouazizi is still alive s

24 December 2010 - an important Washington think tank (Institute for Policy Studiesa) had an article about a possible change of regime in Tunisia (Foreign Policy In Focus.):

"It would do Tunisians, even (Tunisian President) Ben Ali, well to recall how many US allies different American administrations have discarded…"

7 January 2011 - the Council on Foreign Relations's Elliott Abrams (Elliott Abrams: Is Tunisia Next?) seems to suggest that the fall of Ben Ali would be a good thing.

"Tunisians are clearly sick of looking at all the giant photos and paintings of Ben Ali that appear on walls, posters, and billboards all over the country...

"If Tunisia can move toward democracy, Algerians and Egyptians and even Libyans will wonder why they cannot."

8-10 January - More people die in three days of rioting.

Mysterious rooftop snipers are at work.

13 January - The army withdraws from Tunis, which remains occupied by special forces.

The leaders of the North African branch of Al-Qaeda/the CIA call for the overthrow of Ben Ali.

14 January
- Ben Ali leaves the country.
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