BReaKiNG NeWS: BaNZaI7 SPeCiaL RePoRT...

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max2205's picture

GS in the midst My pee myst

gojam's picture

I know it's not a patch on yours WB7.

But here is my first effort at a cartoon. (thanks for the inspiration)

Wakanda's picture

Bucket Shop Bullshit

Central Park is full of odd creatures.

blindman's picture
The Marketing of Madness (1/18)
Ron Paul - Brings Everybody Together
Farrakhan Let's The Media Have It!!! Featured On: Sleepy Eye's "Truth Serum" (FARANOTS)


And Fukushima was planned to contaminate green tea, to kill off the granola pooftahs in North America, and the arrogant Chinese yuan pushers trying to replace the USD  as the world currency of choice. That'll teach 'em to mess with G.E. and Uncle Sam, the Godless Communist bastids that they are.

Hannibal's picture

DoD Directive 3025.12 Military Assistance for Civil Disturbances (MACDIS)

May 7, 2012 in Department of Defense

The President is authorized by the Constitution and laws of the United States to employ the Armed Forces of the United States to suppress insurrections, rebellions, and domestic violence under various conditions and circumstances. Planning and preparedness by the Federal Government and the Department of Defense for civil disturbances are important due to the potential severity of the consequences of such events for the Nation and the population.

Tags: Civil Disturbance, Civil Support, Department of Defense, Military Support to Civil Authority

Golden monkey's picture

Is that Lloyd? Don't think the evidence is good enough to trial him, though...

Piranhanoia's picture

You got yer Silverbacks and your Blankbacks.  It's mother must have beat hell out of it to look that ugly.

sgt_doom's picture

Speaking of guerillas.....

Intelligence Coup:  2012

(Or everything Saudi)

Amid the congratulations of the CIA's Saudi double agent's prevention of the latest underwear bombing (Calvin Klein, Version 2.0) much is neglected in the reporting department.

Leaving aside the US support of Yemen's latest bloody dictator, let's review several unreported (or little reported, with regards to the myth-media) "intelligence coups": the overthrow of the government of Azerbaijan, and the overthrow of the democratically-elected president of Honduras.

 The Azerbaijan overthrow, instigated by BP with the assistance of MI6 and the CIA, took place in order to ensure the oil flow from the Caspian Sea (this took place in the '90s) to those facilities run and profiting the multinationals in India.

Of course, the best route was a pipeline across Afghanistan, but the gov't there was bellicose, so that country had to be invaded.

Therefore, after the disbursement of $40 million via "NGOs" -- Saudi cutouts hijacked planes, most conveniently flying one dead center into the west wall of the Pentagon and killing or seriously injuring almost the entire Financial Management Group of the D.I.A., the very same group which had just completed an audit uncovering an unaccounted for $2.3 trillion in the DoD's finances (reported by the Pentagon's comptroller the very day prior, on 9/10/01).


Now getting this money out of the country wasn't a problem, it would just be electronically transferred offshore via computer systems and unwitting personnel in several companies residing in the World Trade Center towers, but getting rid of the evidence of said computer systems involved, and just in case those unwitting operations people might talk to one another they too would have to go.

Most conveniently, some Saudi cutout hijackers flew several planes into those towers, killing the people and destroying the evidence.

Next, the invasion and subsequent building of gas and oil pipelines across Afghanistan!


Then, a few years forward, and we find the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) funding the overthrow of the Honduran President Zelaya, just 'cause he wants to raise their national minimum wage by a few cents, which would irk the multinationals doing business there.

The chairperson of the MCC at the time was one Hillary Clinton, and her co-chair was one Timothy Geithner.

Another "intelligence coup" !   Hurrah, hurrah!


So, this recent "intelligence coup" also involves a Saudi double agent and the master bomb builder just also happens to be a Saudi, just like those hijackers on 9/11/01 --- will coincidences never cease?????


The other project is sponsored by the Azerbaijan International Operating Company, a consortium of 11 foreign oil companies, including four American companies, Unocal, Amoco, Exxon and Pennzoil. This consortium conceives of two possible routes, one line would angle north and cross the north Caucasus to Novorossiysk. The other route would cross Georgia to a shipping terminal on the Black Sea. This second route could be extended west and south across Turkey to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan.


The second option is to build a pipeline south from Central Asia to the Indian Ocean. One obvious route south would cross Iran, but this is foreclosed for American companies because of U.S. sanctions legislation. The only other possible route is across Afghanistan, which has of course its own unique challenges. The country has been involved in bitter warfare for almost two decades, and is still divided by civil war. From the outset, we have made it clear that construction of the pipeline we have proposed across Afghanistan could not begin until a recognized government is in place that has the confidence of governments, lenders, and our company.


The Oil Connection: Afghanistan and Caspian Sea oil pipeline routes

Don’t think there is a connection between Afghanistan and the oil monopolies? Think again. The information contained in these partial Department of Energy reports are current as of September 2001. You can read the complete texts at and (For more links, also see ) This story could be bigger than the Pentagon Papers if it were discovered that the "war on terrorism" were an excuse to end Afghanistan’s civil war in order to secure the Southern route of an oil pipeline from the Caspian Sea through Afghanistan. In 1998, the Taliban signed an agreement to proceed with the pipeline, but the civil war has kept the project from getting started.


Oracle of Kypseli's picture

It's hard for most normal people to believe such scenarios,because they can not imagine that these people and these multinationals play by different rules. Faceless, no morality and no regard for human beings. They can not understand that these people are sociopaths and philargyrists looking for power.  

Karl von Bahnhof's picture

Hit! A hit! Strrraight in the middle, in the bllllack!

Nobody For President's picture

Boy, it didn't take you long to jump on that one!