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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Intelligence insider speaks on the record about false flags & government lies

By Douglas J. Hagmann

10 September 2013: Our nation and all of humanity stands at a critical crossroads in history, with Syria as the epicenter of a looming global conflict that will leave no one untouched. Despite a nearly unanimous consensus of the American people against military action in Syria, elements of our government are determined to override the will of the people and push us headlong into war in Syria, which will lead to a much greater conflagration than most are willing to believe or imagine.  
As I have extensively written over the last 12 months, we are being pushed into World War III. This war, like others in the past, is based on lies and “false flag” operations, some of which have occurred, some thwarted, and others that loom just over the horizon.

Regular readers of my columns and listeners to my talk show know that the information I’ve provided about Syria and Benghazi has not only been proven accurate, but provided months in advance of the reports by the corporate media and even most conservative talk show hosts. 
I mention this not for self-aggrandizement, but to validate the credibility and authenticity of my “intelligence insider” who has provided me with this information. He has been extremely accurate on every aspect of what is taking place behind the veil of lies packaged for Western consumption. For the first time ever, this insider has agreed to speak on the record in an exclusive 90-minute interview about what is really taking place behind the curtain of lies and deception.

Despite the risks, he has agreed to lend his voice to the growing opposition to the madness we see taking place at the highest levels of our government, and tell us exactly what appears to be playing out in real-time. The Western-backed uprising in Syria has claimed the lives of around 150,000 men, women and children, and displaced some five million people. If permitted to continue, some estimate the deaths of four million people in Syria alone, with death spread on a wholesale level across the globe. And it’s being done in your name.

The information you will hear in this interview will forever change the way you look at the world today. This source talks explicitly about the incident at the Dyess Air Force Base involving the reported unauthorized shipment of nuclear warheads from that base. The incident at Dyess was broken exclusively by Anthony Gucciardi & Alex Jones of Infowars last Tuesday, on the same day that war hawk Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made a speech citing the need for the U.S. to attack Syria. During that speech, Graham made the extraordinary and almost surreal statement that failure by the U.S. to intervene could result in nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists, and that “could result in a [nuclear] bomb coming to Charleston Harbor.” Coincidence?

Consider the incident at Dyess with the details provided by this insider about a little-known incident that took place on Friday, March 8, 1968 involving a rogue Golf II Russian submarine with nuclear missile capabilities and a failed launch against an American city – a false flag event that could have forever changed the course of human history. Never heard of it? Or if you did hear about it, was it the truth?

We have rogue elements within and outside of our government pushing for war. The time clock is running down, and we must wake up, wake others up and take a stand.

This insider did, putting himself and his identity at risk. Why? Because we’re running out of time to stop this madness.

Please listen to this incredible interview below. (NOTE: If the Sound Cloud box does not appear in your browser, please CLICK HERE for the interview). Meanwhile, please spread it to others so we can collectively stand up against the rogue elements who are intent on exporting death at wholesale levels in your name. In our name. For the sake of all of humanity, it must be stopped.
Credit The Hagmann and Hagmann Report

The Law of Redemption

Iran says wont budge on Nuclear program, demands respect from West

Hassan Rouhani.

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani took a hard-line position on the nuclear issue Tuesday.

“Our government will not give up one iota of its absolute rights,” Rouhani said, ahead of a new round of talks between Iran and the IAEA set for September 27.

The Iranian leader’s statement, reported byAFP, casts a pallor on prospects for a negotiated settlement to the dispute over suspicions the Islamic Republic is in the process of developing nuclear weapons.

Rouhani took office last month, and his election led some to believe that compared to his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a more moderate policy would be pursued.

Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif plans on holding a meeting with EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in New York on the sidelines of the upcoming UN General Assembly meeting on September 22.

Iraq Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani said in a meeting with Zarif earlier this week that his country was ready to help Iran develop its nuclear program, the Iranian Students’ News Agency reported on Tuesday.

Iraq’s Shi’ite leadership has long been suspected of being close to Iran.

The two men also discussed energy cooperation and the talks between Iran and the West over the country’s nuclear program.

The Student’s News Agency also quoted Zarif as saying that Iran and the US have exchanged messages on Syria.

“The West must understand that it will not achieve success through sanctions and pressures against the Iranian nation…. If the West uses the language of logic, reason and mutual interests on an equal footing, the Iranian administration is also ready to respond in the language of wisdom, prudence and logic,” Rouhani said, according to the Iranian Fars News Agency.

He also warned that an attack would cause the attackers great suffering.

“Our entire efforts have been focused on preventing war, and this idea has gained momentum this week thanks to efforts and initiatives of some countries. We hope there will be no war, but if there was one, the warmongers would have to pay dearly for it,”he said, according to the Iranian Tasnim News Agency.

A senior Iranian cleric, Ayatollah Seyet Hashem Hosseini Bushehri, told Tasnim on Tuesday that wars are easy to start but difficult to end.

“It is easy to start a war. All it needs is to fire a couple of missiles. But continuing with it and bringing it to an end are very difficult issues,” he said.

He added that an attack could spread insecurity throughout the region and put “the bases of the US and its allies in harm’s way.”

The possibility of a deal that would avert a US-led attack against Syria has led to Iranian boasting and credit-taking.

Hojjatollah Souri, an Iranian lawmaker and a member of the important National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, said on Tuesday that Iran’s military power deterred a US attack.

“One of the elements which has made the US dubious about its decision for attacking Syria is Iran’s military assistance to the resistance line,” he said, according to Fars.

“Certainly, the Islamic Republic’s military equipment is as good as the foreign states’ weapons and sometimes outpaces them, and this progress will definitely increase security in our country and the region,” explained Hojjatollah.

Another lawmaker, Muhammad Javad Karimi Qoddousi, a fellow member of the commission, similarly told Fars on Saturday that Iran was responsible for the delay in the US attack.

“We have studied the most important cause of the delay in the US attack on Syria and understood that the revolutionary and effective positions taken by the Islamic Republic [and] of Iran’s officials have caused the delay,” he said.

Iran supports Russia’s offer to work with Syria to put its chemical weapons under international control, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.

US President Barack Obama said on Monday he saw a possible breakthrough in the crisis with Syria after Moscow proposed that its ally hand over chemical weapons for destruction, offering a path that averts US military strikes. Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government has welcomed the Russian proposal.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran favors that initiative, and we find this to be within the framework of putting a halt to militarism in the region,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham told a news conference carried live on state television.

Iran has staunchly supported Assad against rebels seeking to oust him, and has said the rebels, whom it calls “terrorists,” were responsible for the chemical attack.

Afkham said any action on chemical weapons should ensure they are not available to the rebels.

“There are concerns regarding possession of an arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in the hands of terrorists,” Afkham said. “We think that any kind of initiative should actually cover terrorists.”

Syria has also signed “major contracts” with Iran that would cover its needs for food, medical and other supplies, state television said on Tuesday.

A protracted civil war has left Syria divided and displaced millions of people. The country has struggled to buy food in recent weeks, issuing tenders to buy sugar, flour, rice and wheat, citing extreme urgency yet failing to make any purchases.

Credit Jerusalem Post

Russia Today Declares 9 11 Was An Inside Job!!!!

Mr. President time to change your diapers

When the shooting starts would you rather be armed or legal? - Cormac McCarthy, “The Road”

In a move that I can only describe as the equivalent of Putin changing Obama’s political diapers for him, the Russian President has persuaded Syria to place its chemical weapons stockpile under international control

This takes away any stated motive for Obama and John Kerry to press their dwindling cast of supporters into firing away at Syria. Furthermore, it removes the possibility of the U.S. staging another “false flag” chemical weapons show, which is what most rational-minded observers have concluded occurred in Syria.

To be quite frank, I have to say that in the latest footage I’ve seen of John Kerry making his case for war in Syria, he has a frightening “rapid dog” look in his eyes – he’s literally foaming at the mouth to attack Syria and get rid of the Assad Government. I have to conclude that Obama and Kerry are acting in a politically insane manner here and I stand by my earlier conclusions that the underlying motive for this attempted attack on Syria by the Obama Government is seeded in money – oil-based blood money.

Is this the kind of leadership and political directive this country needs right now (or ever for that matter), when a record number of people sign up for food stamps and social security disability every month. 

I have to believe that Obama has more serious policy agendas at home with the number of people in this country slipping into poverty growing by the day.

How about the Government debt ceiling Barack? According to your blood money Secretary of Treasury and quiet advocate of your move to attack Syria, the Treasury runs out of money in about weeks. How about the sinking economy? Unfortunately money is the ultimate persuader in DC these days and AIPAC, the defense industry and the oil industry are throwing horse bales of it around very liberally.

The truth of the matter is that as the widespread and overt corruption on Wall Street and Capitol Hill grows by day, Obama needs something to divert our attention from our collapsing system. History has taught us that crumbling empires always resort to war. I hope this time around, given the historically unprecedented availability of life-destroying weapons technology, that Cormac McCarthy’s vision in “The Road” does not spring into reality – it’s been my fear since reading this must-read book four years ago…

When we’re all gone at last then there’ll be nobody here but death and his days will be numbered too. He’ll be out in the road there with nothing to do and nobody to do it to. He’ll say: where did everybody go? And that’s how it will be. What’s wrong with that? Cormac McCarthy, “The Road”

Source: http://truthingold.blogspot.com

Syria and the Apocalypse

Treasury "X Date" May Hit As Soon As October 18

As is well known, on May 19 the US hit its debt limit at which point the Treasury began tapping into emergency borrowing authority – the "extraordinary measures" profiled here previously – which gave Jack Lew breathing room to allow for an additional period of fully-funded government operations. The waterfall of measures available, shown below, is why so many have been confused why the US debt has been stuck at one number for the past 4 months even as the Treasury has continued to operate and fund day to day cash needs.
One reason why the US has been able to extend its true "drop dead" cash exhaustion date has been due to an increase in tax revenues due to the payroll tax cut as well as cash inflows from the GSEs (which are set to reverse and become outflows once the latest housing dead cat bounce reverses), and cash remittances from the Fed.
However, the capacity under this extended "revolver" is rapidly running out, and as of August 31, 2013, approximately $108 billion in extraordinary measures remained available for use. In a report released today, the Bipartisan Policy Center has released another analysis of just when the US will hit the "X Date" or the date on which the Treasury will not have sufficient cash to pay all of its bills in full and on time. Should there be still no deal on the debt ceiling by this date, the Treasury will be forced to prioritize payments to avoid a debt default. According to this estimate, the X Date falls anywhere between November 5 to as recently as October 18, or just over a month from now (and there has been zero real discussion in Congress over the debt ceiling hike with all the excitement over Syria).
According to the BPC, these are the key events in September and October as we head into yet another "X Date" showdown?
  • Income Tax Payments Due Mid-September
  • The expected revenue spike in mid-September is related to quarterly estimated tax payments, which are due on September 16, 2013.
  • Military Retirement Benefit Accrual on October 1
  • On the first day of the new fiscal year, the value of military retirement benefits (including pensions and healthcare) earned during the year by currently serving  members of the military must be accrued.
  • This will result in an approximately $75 billion increase in intragovernmental debt, which counts toward the debt limit.
Visually, here are the key funding requirements until the first X Date estimate:
Assuming there is still no deal by October 18, which with every passing day seems more probable, much more cash will be needed:
Naturally, for the US, and more importantly the dollar's reserve currency status, nothing could be more damaging than effectively becoming in default on payments, either internal obligations or interest and maturity payments. None other than Bernanke has opined on the matter: "[Going past the X Date] would no doubt have a very adverse effect very quickly on the recovery. I'm quite certain of that.”
Still, in a worst case scenario what happens?
Priotiziation, or selective payment of obligations.
It would be as follows:
  • If we reach the X Date, Treasury might either prioritize payments or make full days’ worth of payments once they receive sufficient revenues to cover all of a day’s obligations.
    ? Interest on the federal debt would likely be prioritized in either scenario – it is paid on a separate computer system (FedWire).
  • Scenario # 1: Pay some bills, but not others
    ? Treasury might attempt to prioritize some types of payments over others. Prioritized payments would be made on time, others would not.
    This option may not be possible to implement using Treasury’s current financial systems. It would involve sorting and choosing from nearly 100 million monthly payments.
If the X Date arrives on October 18 (the beginning of the BPC range):
  • Treasury would be about $106 billion short of paying all bills owed between October 18 and November 15 (20 business days).
  • Approximately 32% of the funds owed for the period would go unpaid.
  • The reality would be chaotic:
    – Unfair results, unanswered questions
    – Treasury picking winners and losers
    – Public uproar
    – Intense global media focus

  • Scenario # 2: Make all of each day’s payments together once enough cash is available
    ?Treasury might wait until enough revenue is deposited to cover an entire day’s payments, and then make all of those payments at once.
    (For example, upon reaching the X date, it might take two days of revenue collections to raise enough cash to make all of the payments due on day one. Thus, the first day’s payments would be made one day late. This, of course, would delay the second day’s payments to a later day.)
    ?In the 2012 OIG report, some senior Treasury officials stated that they believed this to be the most plausible and least harmful course of action.
    ?Since debt operations are handled by a separate computer system, these payments could likely still be prioritized under this scenario.
But as always, the hard data is not the interesting part: what is most amusing as part of this periodic analysis released always just before the X Date is breached, is the Mutual Assured Destruction section, aka the "Market Risk", because in the new normal, where confidence is always and only the level of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (post removal of losers), all that matters is the market (and the USD reserve currency status but that is a different story).
We will let readers get to the punchlines on their own time.

Credit Zero Hedge

Syrian Debacle A Testament to American Decline

Assad is off the US military hook and keeps his chemical weapons.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon have until now patted themselves on the back for striking a balanced and cautious stance which kept Israel secure in the course of the nearly three-year old Syrian conflict. However, President Barack Obama’s decision to put US military action against Syria on hold - unveiled in six US TV interviews Tuesday, Sept. 10 - leaves Israel exposed to a major threat: Bashar Assad’s chemical warfare capability which is left intact.

By buying into Moscow’s proposal to place Syria’s chemical arsenal under international oversight (picked up from a possible throwaway comment by US Secretary of State John Kerry), Obama has in fact opened the door to the “Iranian syndrome.”

Yet another weapon of mass destruction is now loose in the Middle East. Assad can dip into Tehran’s two decades of bamboozling international inspectors and concealing its nuclear weapons program and pick up endless tricks to keep his chemical arsenal far from “international control” – not to mention destruction.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) doesn’t even have a mechanism for monitoring CW. It would need many months or years – if ever - to dig through a mountain of bureaucracy and build one and muster expert personnel for the task. By then, the chemical arsenal will be well distributed and hidden in inaccessible locations – a project the Syrian government embarked on two weeks ago when America was still believed to be genuinely on track for a military strike. The monitors would also need the Damascus government’s consent to carry out inspections.

DEBKAfile’s military sources report that the 20 locations in which the poison gas containers were hidden two weeks ago had grown by this week to fifty.

Most international intelligence agencies in the West and the Middle East were relying on Israel’s clandestine services to keep track of the whereabouts of the concealed CW. It was taken for granted that when the Syrian war reached a point at which the Syrian ruler used his chemical weapons, the US and its allies, including Israel, would deploy special forces for covert operations to destroy them.

Netanyahu and Ya’alon must now decide whether to continue this painstaking covert effort for updating the map of concealed chemical weapons stores, now that President Obama has put military action on a back burner. It will be much harder now that he has given Assad leeway for moving the stocks around from place to place to hoodwink secret watchers.

It is no wonder, therefore, that Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javed Zarif Tuesday joined the Assad regime in welcoming Moscow’s proposal: Syria has joined Iran and North Korea on the list of WMD possessors which are safe from US military punishment.

For Israel this is a fiasco. The Netanyahu government’s rationale for sticking to the Obama administration’s line on the Syrian conflict was that it would eventually bring about the break-up - or at least the weakening - of the Iranian-Syrian-Hizballah axis.

But now, President Obama has led his Syria strategy into a blind alley, leaving the axis stronger than ever before and Israel in the lurch.

Now that the threat of an imminent US attack has been lifted, the Syrian ruler’s way is open to win Aleppo, with his chemical arsenal intact. It is clear that Israel is the loser of this round.

Credit DEBKAfile

UN rights council says Syria gas attack videos, photos fake: Russia

Russia says the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) has confirmed that the videos and photos purporting to show the victims of a chemical attack near the Syrian capital, Damascus, were fabricated.

The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a Tuesday statement that international experts as well as Syrian public and religious leaders presented their evidence to the 24th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on September 9.

It also said evidence provided by numerous witnesses confirms that militants fighting against the Syrian government used chemical weapons in the Damascus suburb of western Ghouta last month.

The participants in the UN Human Rights Council session warned of the consequences of a military strike against Syria, noting that such an attack would constitute a crude violation of international law.

The US administration has been using the footage and the photos in question to lobby for a military strike on Syria.

The recent war rhetoric against Syria first gained momentum on August 21, when the militants operating inside the Middle Eastern country and the country’s foreign-backed opposition claimed that over a thousand people had been killed in a government chemical attack on the outskirts of Damascus.

The Syrian government categorically rejected the accusation.

Nevertheless, a number of Western countries, with the US being at the forefront, quickly started campaigning for war.

On August 31, US President Barack Obama said he would seek Congress authorization before the possible strikes on Syria.

However, reports indicate a majority of Congress members are either against the planned strikes on Syria or are yet undecided. The Senate has meanwhile postponed a vote on the US administration-proposed resolution to attack Syria.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. The United Nations has reported that more than 100,000 people have been killed and millions displaced due to the violence.


Credit Presstv

Obama Administration Denies AP Requests for Syria Evidence

The Associated Press ran a skeptical piece Sunday about the Obama administration's public case for military intervention in Syria in response to a reported Aug. 21 chemical attack. 

The AP's Zeina Karam and Kimberly Dozier wrote that "the U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence produced by U.S. intelligence no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications connecting the government of President Bashar Assad to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month that killed hundreds of people." 

The Obama administration has released videos to make its case, but the AP noted that its requests for additional evidence the government claims to possess have been denied.

Credit Letgitimate Government

Syria welcomes Russia's call to handover chemical weapons