February 17, 2013 1 Comment
February 11, 2013 Leave a comment
A few weeks ago I wrote about how the events in Libya, Mail and Algiers were engineered false flags, citing recent works I had read like Mark Curtis’ Secret Affairs and Stephen Dorril’s MI6 that provide ample scholarly evidence for staged crises and the manipulation of various Middle Eastern intrigues by various intelligence agencies. Since I still get a good bit of criticism and opposition, I am citing this as an instance of vindication. In that article, I wrote:
“We are now seeing the manifestation of the black budget above as the biometric ID tracking and the special/black operations. Libya, Mali and now Algiers are the present targets of the proxy wars, false flag terror and now the intelligence-run hostage crisis that is currently plastering the news media. This is the Anglo establishment moving their forces into Russian controlled areas through proxy wars. The key to these operations is intelligence and media propaganda that attempts to give rise to justified invasion. Researchers and analysts have known for several years these operations were in the works for Africa by Africom. This also gives justification for the implementation of biometric ID tracking, since the auspice is tracking “bad guys.”
In a recent talk given at the Brookings Institute, 30 year CIA veteran Bruce Riedel spoke about the DSR and the use of “false flags” and other tactics in controlling Al Qaeda and its shoot offs: Read more of this post
January 30, 2013 4 Comments
For those who enjoy the subject matter in my analysis, Stephen Dorril’s MI6 is often referenced, recommended and cited as a prime example of real-world intrigue. It’s functions as a window into how the West has operated geo-politically the last one hundred years, during the two great wars, the Cold War, and into the modern era of the “war on terrorism” so-called. The book was published in 2002, so it’s also not that out of date, and since its publication, Mark Curtis’ 2010 Secret Affairs has also been published vindicating much of Dorril’s analysis. Dorril’s book can be seen as a lengthier, massive version of the material in Curtis’ book, with Secret Affairs focusing on the West’s utilization of radical Islam. Curtis is also a former LSE graduate and Royal Institute research fellow. Dorril is also a professor and intelligence researcher, as well as a BBC consultant. The point being, neither of these authors are “conspiratorial” in their approach. While both might be said to be probably somewhat “left” in their analysis, the presentation in both are attempts at factual analysis.
The purpose of this article? To shut the mouths of the countless idiots and lazy intellectuals that sit back offering endless criticism and don’t read or know about any of this. Do I really care? No, but it’s fun to make mincemeat of the pseudo-intellectuals that sit back as armchair philosophers and critics that don’t read jack shit about jack shit, but feel the need to correct me in every possible way. You see, it’s “bad” to read books on a multitude of subjects – it’s bad to be interested in geo-politics. What you’re supposed to do is get married, get screwed over by your fat wife, then get screwed by some vulturous corporation after 40 years of servile servitude, and then proceed to your early grave through orderly euthanasia by the stategod, should you be allowed to live that long, after all your cancer-causing vaccines, Soviet-fluoridated water and GMO foods. I’ll gladly take the gadfly mantle of “failure” by this ridiculous “society.” When this all converts to the automatic technocratic technocracy, what some boomer thinks in 2012 will be on no one’s mind, other than for a good laugh. To other detractors and critics who complain that this blog is not written for a mass audience, no it isn’t. This is supposed to be the “real world” isn’t it? Grow up and read a book. Read more of this post
June 7, 2012 Leave a comment
Jay’s Analysis Interviews:
Kentucky Republican Senator, Rand Paul
New York Times’ Best Seller and author of Crossfire, the basis for Oliver Stone’s JFK (and co-screenwriter), Jim Marrs
Former Mi5 Spymaster and Whistleblower, Annie Machon
Two-decade intelligence veteran and CIA-trained black ops expert, Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer
Award-winning Reuters’ federal reserve correspondent, Pedro da Costa
Groundbreaking researchers and authors, Phillip and Paul Collins of ConspiracyArchive.com
January 31, 2012 1 Comment
Destabilization of regions is a classic tactic of political intrigue, yet most people think the color revolutions and “Arab Springs” are real. Not only are they not real (although there are real discontents among the populace), the “springs” are revolutions that are engineered, with the recent trend including the implementation of social media in fostering fake revolutions. These revolutions are engineered by front groups for the purpose of controlling Eurasia. This was the geo-political stratagem of the West which was announced years ago, and Zbigniew Brzezinski spoke of the necessity of controlling Eurasia to control the world for the American Empire. Destabilization is the neo-conservative approach to this area, however, and if we recall last year, Henry Kissinger noted that we would see a series of acts of destabilizations in the Middle Eastern nations that were, in a large part, given impetus by color revolutions.
The destabilization campaign then spread to Libya and other nations, which were also furthered by economic warfare. The Libya plot to “kill Gaddafi,” of course goes back decades, but the entire Gaddafi scenario was scripted, in my estimation. The purpose here, of course, is objective analysis, and not moralistic judgments, as geo-politics is not concerned with morals, but with facts: the is, not the ought. These geo-political strategists operate in conjunction with the nexus of Washington, Wall Street and the six largest mega-banks that have the military industrial complex in their employ. The world isn’t multi-polar, it’s banko-polar. And so there is an Anglo-American establishment that uses the British model of espionage and cloak and dagger to remain in control behind the scenes as an international shadow government, with a series of front governments and leaders that operate in their employ. Cursory examinations of mainline books on espionage and intelligence operations reveal this same pattern of puppet leaders and phony dictators, who sometimes get uppity and rebel, and are quickly replaced with a new frontman.
Note that the neo-conservative model involved direct warfare propaganda, while the left-cover Read more of this post
December 23, 2011 4 Comments
Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol is one of J.J. Abrams’ best productions so far, a close second to Star Trek (directed by Brad Bird). It’s also a stunning revelation of real-world cloak and dagger geo-politics if ever there was one (on film). Not only is the plot centered around agents engaged in transnational plots, the fourth installment’s story centers around real British eugenics operations. Eugenics is the science of racial health, and dates back to ancient Greece and Plato’s Republic, and culminates in the time of Sir Francis Galton and Thomas Malthus and others, whose works on population control and race would come to the fore as one of the central pivots upon which the modern world turns: that of DNA and genetics.
However, in MI4, the antagonist is a Swedish-born, British-accented mathematical genius, Kurt Hendricks, who seeks to initiate the next stage in human evolution through nuclear war. This is consonant with the Nordic, Aryan trend that comes to the fore in Mein Kampf. This is the actual type of war gaming that has occurred in places like the Rand Corporation, of which Dr. Strangelove is a parody. The love of the bomb almighty is a cult that has won admirers in reality: you think rightly of the Planet of the Apes sequel. That chaos and apocalypticism can be initiated to speed up “evolution” is itself the revolutionary philosophy at base. It it based on the mistaken notion that chaos and disorder are actual, substantial entities. In MI4, Hendricks stages a bombing of the Kremlin that is blamed on the IMF team and America. Russia is then implicated in second false flag terror attack perpetrated by Hendricks through a satellite in Mumbai, India, when he launches a nuclear missile from a Russian sub, aimed at the U.S.
The IMF team successfully rescues the world from staged nuclear disaster, but this brings up an interesting element I’ve noticed of late: several films portray, not just false flag terrorism, but secretive transnational groups using staged terror to provoke a war between the U.S. and Russia. In The Sum of All Fears, that is what happens, and it is post-war Nazis that have organized it, as well as in the recent X-Men: First Class, where Kevin Bacon was an S.S. officer who wanted to provoke a nuclear war to wipe away the humans so the mutants could continue on to the next stage of ”evolution.” Also shown in X-Men on a map is Denver as a possible nuclear attack area. The CIA began in the mid-2000s to move its operations there. Read more of this post
October 17, 2011 1 Comment
In the wake of the publicity for the upcoming Mission Impossible 4, I thought it would be relevant to do an analysis of Mission Impossible III. Part III starred Philip Seymour Hoffman as Owen Davian, an international black market arms and weapons dealer. Spy and espionage films are often the best forms of fiction that function as windows into real plots and intrigues, and Mission Impossible is no different.
In fact, Tom Cruise’s central character, Ethan Hunt, is based on spy mastermind, E. Howard Hunt. Hunt confessed a few years ago to being involved in the JFK assassination, laying the blame at the door of LBJ. The “Cigarette-Smoking Man” of X-Files fame also appears to be loosely based on E. Howard Hunt: both are involved in high-level assassination plots, including the assassination of JFK and MLK in the X-Files episode “Musings of a Cigarette Smiking Man.” Both are known for authoring novels under pseudonyms, too.
In Mission Impossible III, however, Hunt is in his usual role of heroic super-agent. Davian has kidnapped one of Hunt’s trainees, and injected her with a detonatable microchip, and upon rescue the chip detonates. She warns Hunt of the “invisible man” and that the overall plan is an “inside job.” Where have we heard that terminology before? The plot then indicts the Vatican in dealing with Davian, and the IMF team has to infiltrate the See to kidnap Davian to keep him from obtaining the “rabbit’s foot,” which is said to be an anti-matter sort of compound, later identified as “anti-God,” which bring to mind the Angels & Demons plot of Dan Brown. Read more of this post