Tuesday, November 05, 2013


Journalist Alice Ollstein today noted that, while the Rehman family were testifying in Congress about the day a drone strike killed their grandmother, President Obama was meeting the CEOs of arms companies including Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin.

Reprieve—As drone victims testified 

The USA's drones are part of the Strategy of Tension.

The idea is to kill innocent civilians and get people scared.

One of the CIA's Gladio operatives said, "You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game.

"The reason was quite simple. 

"They were supposed to force these people, the Italian public, to turn to the state to ask for greater security."



    25 Jul 2011 - Attending Bilderberg in 2011: H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway. Norway has experienced the 'Strategy of Tension'. The CIA and its ...
  2. aangirfanStrategy of Tension


    1 Nov 2007 - There has been speculation that all the recent terror incidents in Britain are part of a 'strategy of tension' similar to that which brought terror to ...


    13 May 2013 - The CIA's 'Strategy of Tension' has always involved killing innocent people, in order to get the public to turn to the military for protection.


    10 Dec 2008 - The "strategy of tension", run by the CIA and NATO, was aimed at promoting fascism and involved the use agents provocateurs and acts of ...
  5. aangirfanStrategy of Tension in Algeria


    10 Sep 2008 - Reportedly, what these Nazis and spooks believe in is a 'Strategy of Tension'. Fascism thrives on terror. From 1954 - 62, there was a war for ...


    18 Dec 2012 - They may all be part of a US government 'Strategy of Tension' used to... The CIA and its friends employ the Strategy of Tension in order to ...
  7. aangirfan: Cossiga reveals more about false flag terrorism.


    1 Nov 2008 - A few years ago, CIA-NATO Gladio agent Vincezo Vinciguerra explained the Gladio “strategy of tension" in sworn testimony. He said: "You had ...
  8. aangirfan: A plot by a secretive section of the military to kill De ...


    21 Aug 2005 - There has been speculation that all the recent terror incidents in Britain are part of a 'strategy of tension' similar to that which brought terror to ...


    12 Dec 2009 - The bombings were the start of a long series of terror attacks known as "the strategy of tension". (BBC 1969: Deadly bomb blasts in Italy)


Anonymous said...

Intel provides the means:


Raythoen provides the methods:


Anyone with a recent PC/Laptop can be monitored by a MIL MESH...

The same Grid that gives Drones GPS locations to strike.

Anonymous said...

The End of American Power? Washington has Lost All Credibility


Anonymous said...

To Murder Peace with Drones. Assassinations Executed from Remote Computer Keyboards


Unknown said...

"Definition of drone can vary with the person. I include cruise missiles, and military craft which were named drones back in WW II, but lack the sophistication of today's drones. I include drones in space, air, water, land. I have not been paying much attention to the hobby dimension. I am sure toy drones are available in nations not on my list.

It seems to me that no one else can be doing what I am doing, because all other published reports with a count on how many nations have drones, are way below my running totals.

Al Mac (WOW) = Alister William Macintyre
Standford University

Webmaster - Drone Nations"

This is the basis for the claim "US Drones have killed 3500 innocent civilians.

This is patently false .

This count includes people killed by German V1s in 1944 and John F.Kennedy's elder brother Joe Jr. - both were killed by drones.

The 3500 number is derived from reporting by the Pakistani ISI (who - it cannot be argued - hate America) and the Far-right Hoover institute, as well as the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, an MI5 front.

I reproduce (straight from the horse's mouth) the methodology Drone Nation used to count drone deaths - not only does it include V1 victims, his method is to count every report of a death (without verification) in the Pakistani press as one civilian death; if the same death is recorded in 10 local papers, he reports 10 deaths.

As for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, they cropped up again as the conduit last October for the McAlpine leak/sting operation on Newsnight which effectively halted any further mainstream media probing into the steadily expanding Savile story and stopped it dead in its tracks - students of the October Surprise will recognise such a sting as a standard method for shutting down stories and discrediting consciencious journalists who try to do their job.

As for the issue of the drones themselves - it's the ultimate Straw Man. Drones don't kill people, people kill people, and the same people in the States who proclaim themselves profoundly anti-drone are deeply pro-gun.

It's rank hypocrisy.

As a weapon of war, Obama uses them a fair ammount, Bush rarely did - Cheney preferred sending in his own personal death squads instead to take out heads of state and militant camps alike - the assassination of Benazhir Bhutto killed or maimed almost 500 people in two separate attempts in 2007.

The argument of Pakistani sovereignty is often made and this represents a basic misunderstanding of the nature of the Peshwar border region - to a lesser of greater extent, the Pakistani state has ALWAYS been unable and/or unwilling to Impose the rule of law and control or arrest militancy, the area is just beyond its reach and logistical capacity to do so - and it would come down to placing faith and trust in the Pakistani military and the ISI to do the job, and this is a non-starter.

Bhutto was asked about such US cross-border actions a number of times before her death, and though hedging slightly, she was a lot more honest than Musharraf or anyone else - no-one else can control the tribal regions, and the goal of the militants is to destabilise and overthrow the existing power structure in Afghanistan, and reignite a full-scale tribal conflict as was the case in the 1990s, which is not in the interests of either Afghans or the Pakistani State (the ISI may well feel differently) - they may not say so in public, but the Pakistani government is grateful for the drone operations and need them to continue, as they serve a vital security need that they have which they are unable to deliver on themselves.


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