Humint Events Online: June 2015

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Terrorists and Racists and Ignoramuses and Heroes and an Amazing Week

Arson of Black Churches in Four Southern States = Racially-based terrorism.

This evil crap is wrong. Period. Since it is being largely ignored by the MSM, it is not a psyop.

Hundreds rally to PROTECT the Confederate flag after black activist is arrested for pulling it down outside South Carolina state building = Racists and ignoramuses

The original intent of the flag was clearly racist.

IMO, there is little difference between a Nazi flag and a Confederate flag.

If you like the Confederate flag, the odds are very strong you have racist tendencies. If by some chance you love the Confederate flag, and are not racist, then you are an ignoramus. If you don't understand why the Confederate flag is a racist symbol, you are an ignoramus. If you don't understand the deep history of racism in this country, particularly against blacks, you are an ignoramus. Racism against blacks still exists, I've seen it with my own eyes and endlessly online. It is a great evil that we must not tolerate and we have to evolve past.

The woman who climbed that flagpole and took down the flag is a HERO.

Bravo!

Though I do have to note a 33 in that article and a number of 3's. So, certainly we can't rule out the hand of the evil PTB in all these prima facie racist attacks, with some deeper distraction or psyop afoot. Certainly, race and sexual orientation has long been used to divide the masses, and get them to fight each other, while the elites rob us all.

But also, it's been quite a historic week, by any measure. Between the Southern state governments removing their Confederate flags to the upholding of the ACA by SCOTUS to SCOTUS legalizing gay marriage to Obama's moving eulogy in Charleston for Clementa Pinckney-- lots of cultural shifts and emotional moments. Lots of good news for liberals.
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Saturday, June 27, 2015

33 of the Day: a Rare True Double 33

GJ 436b is so close to its parent star — 33 times as close as the Earth is to the sun — that its atmosphere is evaporating, creating a large cloud around the planet, said David Ehrenreich, an astrophysicist at the University of Geneva and one of the study’s authors.
“What we see is the planet kind of turning into an enormous monster much bigger than its star,” Dr. Ehrenreich said.
The star is much fainter than our sun, and the evaporating gases are not swept away. Instead, the star “allows the huge cloud to gather,” Dr. Ehrenreich said. He and his colleagues report their findings in the current issue of the journal Nature.
The researchers analyzed ultraviolet observations of the Neptune-mass exoplanet, located 33 light years from Earth. The planet orbits a small red dwarf star in the constellation Leo.

I've no idea why they used two 33's here, unless there is something significant about this planet or the star system.
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The Strange Story of Matt DeHart

Very long and twisted story, the guy seems like he was set up on bogus charges for taking sensitive govt docs.
As Matt read through the file, he says, he discovered even more incendiary material among the 300-odd pages of slides, documents, and handwritten notes. One folder contained what appeared to be internal documents from an agrochemical company expressing culpability for more than 13,000 deaths related to genetically modified organisms. There was also what appeared to be internal documents from the FBI, field notes on the bureau’s investigation into the worst biological attack in U.S. history: the anthrax-laced letters that killed five Americans and sickened 17 others shortly after Sept. 11.
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But she [Matt's mom - ed.] believes that what she saw was true: the agrochemical company’s culpability in 13,000 deaths, the CIA’s role in the anthrax attacks. She tells more than Matt had recalled, stories that sound too incredible to be true: a report that says the CIA explored plans to put anthrax in a New Jersey bay in order to drum up support for the war. “That’s what they were going to do,” she recalls, “And I remember reading that and saying [to Matt], ‘OK, all right, I know you’re not crazy.’”
But, invariably, many hearing this story now will not be so understanding. “This is real,” she tells me one afternoon as we talk in a Chinese restaurant near her and Paul’s apartment in Ontario. “I saw it,” she goes on, as her voice falters and eyes redden, “and that’s when the lights start going on, and I’m thinking to myself, Now that’s something you’d torture somebody for.”
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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Homegrown, White Terrorism Is the Bigger, Ignored and Real (?) Terror Problem

But guess which type of terrorism gets 1,000x more attention?
WASHINGTON — In the 14 years since Al Qaeda carried out attacks on New York and the Pentagon, extremists have regularly executed smaller lethal assaults in the United States, explaining their motives in online manifestoes or social media rants.
But the breakdown of extremist ideologies behind those attacks may come as a surprise. Since Sept. 11, 2001, nearly twice as many people have been killed by white supremacists, antigovernment fanatics and other non-Muslim extremists than by radical Muslims: 48 have been killed by extremists who are not Muslim, including the recent mass killing in Charleston, S.C., compared with 26 by self-proclaimed jihadists, according to a count by New America, a Washington research center.
The slaying of nine African-Americans in a Charleston church last week, with an avowed white supremacist charged with their murders, was a particularly savage case.
But it is only the latest in a string of lethal attacks by people espousing racial hatred, hostility to government and theories such as those of the “sovereign citizen” movement, which denies the legitimacy of most statutory law. The assaults have taken the lives of police officers, members of racial or religious minorities and random civilians.
Non-Muslim extremists have carried out 19 such attacks since Sept. 11, according to the latest count, compiled by David Sterman, a New America program associate, and overseen by Peter Bergen, a terrorism expert. By comparison, seven lethal attacks by Islamic militants have taken place in the same period.
If such numbers are new to the public, they are familiar to police officers. A survey to be published this week asked 382 police and sheriff’s departments nationwide to rank the three biggest threats from violent extremism in their jurisdiction. About 74 percent listed antigovernment violence, while 39 percent listed “Al Qaeda-inspired” violence, according to the researchers, Charles Kurzman of the University of North Carolina and David Schanzer of Duke University.

Now, of course, most Islamic terrorism cases in the US were rigged jobs-- the FBI has been busy creating plots that they can uncover and prosecute some patsies for, and of course, 9/11 was a massive hoax.

Certainly, some cases of angry white terrorism also appear to be inside job hoaxes, such as the Oklahoma City bombing. But it's pretty clear that angry white racist heavily armed conservatives are a real thing, and I don't think there's any evidence that the Charleston shooting was a hoax or that is wasn't perpetrated by a fucked up racist kid. Just like there are some real fanatic Islamic terrorists who want to kill other people for not being Muslim or Muslim enough. But these people do not represent a real threat to America.

The obvious reason why Islamic terrorism gets so much more attention is that Islamic terrorism allows us to use our mighty and expensive military to attack other countries, which we really can't do to white Americans.

Islamic terrorism is also a very useful scary foreign boogieman to stoke fear for political purposes, in white American taxpayers. Islamic terrorism also helps justify our mighty mighty spy machine and related intelligence agencies, which are all very expensive.

A deeper and perhaps more evil reason why white supremacist extremists are ignored by the authorities, such as the FBI, is that they represent 1) a counter-balance to (scary) black power in the US, 2) the opportunity to unleash a race war if manipulated properly.



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Friday, June 19, 2015

A Fucking Rant

Fuck racists and racism.
Fuck white supremecists.
Fuck hate.
Fuck cold-blooded murder.
Fuck the Confederacy and fuck their supporters.
Fuck the Confederate flag.
Fuck conservative apologists and deniers and their straw men.
Fuck Ronald Reagan.

This last incident was no freak isolated incident.

The Charleston shootings follow a long history of racially motivated crimes in the South-- by whites on blacks.

Fuck this guy.

Fuck Rick Perry. Seriously, what a fucking asshole.

Fuck Jeb Bush.

Fuck Mike Huckabee.

Fuck the NRA.
Fuck gun culture.

Fuck the evil powers that be.
Fuck people who control murderers.
Fuck people who manipulate us with race.

Fuck the TPP and anyone who promoted it or voted for it.
Fuck the decepticons.
Fuck the media and their bullshit.

Why is it so hard to evolve beyond racism?

Until we do that, there's no chance of getting justice for deeper and more outrageous acts like 9/11.
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Thursday, June 18, 2015

33 of the Day: Charleston Shooting

What a horrible story:
A 21-year-old man suspected of fatally shooting nine people attending a Bible study was arrested Thursday morning in what authorities have labeled as a hate crime at a historically black church in downtown Charleston.
The man, Dylann Storm Roof of Eastover, had been publicly identified hours earlier as the suspect in the shooting Wednesday night at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Calhoun Street. Denise Taiste, a Columbia-based spokeswoman, confirmed the man’s identity, but she did not have further information, she said.
According to a bulletin dispatchers distributed statewide, Roof was driving a 2000 Hyundai Elantra with a license plate number of LGF330.
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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

McGowan Update

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Sunday, June 14, 2015

War Is a Racket-- and Iraq Has Been a Huge Racket for 25 Years

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Friday, June 12, 2015

"After Iraq-Syria Takeover, the Inside Story of How ISIL Destroyed Al-Qaida from Within"

What an incredible load of disinfo... main source in segment is this guy:

Joining us now from London is Shiv Malik, lead author on The Guardian investigation headlined, "How Isis Crippled al-Qaeda." Shiv, if you could talk about, well, just how ISIS crippled al-Qaeda and your meeting in Jordan with the leading al-Qaeda theorists.

Clearly, I-CIA-IS is the new boogy-man, supplanting the old and tired al-CIA-duh.
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Miles Mathis-- Renaissance Man, Conspiracy Researcher

Lots of really interesting essays here.

What I like is that his pieces are logical, and his proofs of fakery are actually believable. I wouldn't say I buy everything he says, but he's got a lot of real smart ideas.
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Monday, June 08, 2015

What Can We Learn from "THE PROTOCOLS of the Learned Elders of Zion"?

This is a really excellent essay from Miles Mathis, in which he explains the controversial tract as propaganda by the royal PTB. He then urges us to engage with the elites/PTB as humans, to make a more sane and healthy world. I agree with all the main points, and there's a really powerful sentiment of hope overall in this.
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Bush Administration War Criminals: More Progress

Charles Pierce:
Last week, Richard Clarke, the man to whom nobody in the administration of C-Plus Augustus listened because what did he know, anyway?, had a chat with Amy Goodman in which he minced no words regarding his former employers.
"I think things that they authorized probably fall within the area of war crimes. Whether that would be productive or not, I think, is a discussion we could all have. But we have established procedures now with the International Criminal Court in The Hague, where people who take actions as serving presidents or prime ministers of countries have been indicted and have been tried. So the precedent is there to do that sort of thing. And I think we need to ask ourselves whether or not it would be useful to do that in the case of members of the Bush administration. It's clear that things that the Bush administration did — in my mind, at least, it's clear that some of the things they did were war crimes."
And, something that most of us missed, there was a court on the other side of the world that agreed.
In what is the first ever conviction of its kind anywhere in the world, the former US President and seven key members of his administration were... found guilty of war crimes. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their legal advisers Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo were tried in absentia in Malaysia...At the end of the week-long hearing, the five-panel tribunal unanimously delivered guilty verdicts against Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and their key legal advisors who were all convicted as war criminals for torture and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment. Full transcripts of the charges, witness statements and other relevant material will now be sent to the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, as well as the United Nations and the Security Council.
At the very least, this court parceled out the blame for the torture program in a fair manner and all the way up the chain of command. The testimony of the victims was as horrible as you might expect:
The court heard how Abbas Abid, a 48-year-old engineer from Fallujah in Iraq had his fingernails removed by pliers; Ali Shalal was attached with bare electrical wires and electrocuted and hung from a wall; Moazzam Begg was beaten, hooded and put in solitary confinement, Jameelah was stripped and humiliated, and was used as a human shield whilst being transported by helicopter. The witnesses also detailed how they have residual injuries till today.

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Wednesday, June 03, 2015

RIP Michael Collins Piper

Sad-- he was only 54.

Not much older than me.

I didn't know him but read some of his stuff and heard him interviewed. I didn't agree with everything he said, but he seemed quite honest and obviously a real truth-teller about Israel and Zionism.

My observation is that it's a really hard life to live solely as a "conspiracy"-oriented writer. Just hard to ever make much money, and poverty kills.
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Oligarchy/EvilPTB Watch

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"WTF?!" Watch

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