Assassination and False-Flag Attacks


First, a note regarding the news that CIA and Mossad assassinated Hezbollah leader Imad Mughniyah:

Adam Goldman and Ellen Nakashima, “CIA and Mossad killed senior Hezbollah figure in car bombing,” Washington Post, 30 January 2015:

The United States helped build the bomb, the former official said, and tested it repeatedly at a CIA facility in North Carolina to ensure the potential blast area was contained and would not result in collateral damage.

“We probably blew up 25 bombs to make sure we got it right,” the former official said.

While not so similar in type of bomb, note what happened to American journalist Michael Hastings:

Carl Gibson, “Exclusive: Who Killed Michael Hastings?,” Occupy, 24 October 2014:

According to an eye-witness, the car accelerated rapidly, bounced several times then fishtailed out of control before it slammed into a palm tree and burst into flames, ejecting its engine some 200 feet away.

A witness, Jose Rubalcalva, whose house stood adjacent to the crash, told Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks news network that no one could approach the burning car because it kept exploding. In a simulated full-frontal crash of a 2013 C250 coupe, the car doesn’t explode on impact nor does it launch its engine 200 feet.

In an era of unsanctioned drone warfare—where a man operating a joystick in New Mexico can carry out the remote-controlled assassination of any person worldwide who shows up on the President’s “kill list”—it may not be far-fetched to imagine that similar capabilities, and techniques, are being employed closer to home.

If you still think this improbable, let us look deeper into the shambles that is the rule of law in the United States of America:

Washington’s Blog, “U.S. Relies On Law from Governments Which Don’t Even HAVE a Constitution to Justify Assassination of U.S. Citizens By Drone,” 30 June 2014:

The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution says:

No person shall … be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law ….

So how did the legal memorandum “justifying” assassination of U.S. citizens by drone try to sidestep the Fifth Amendment?

It relied on reasoning from two countries that don’t have any constitution.

The New York Times reports:

One might have expected a thoughtful memo that carefully weighed the pros and cons and discussed how such a strike accords with international and Constitutional law.

Instead, the memo turns out to be a slapdash pastiche of legal theories — some based on obscure interpretations of British and Israeli law — that was clearly tailored to the desired result. Perhaps the administration held out so long to avoid exposing the thin foundation on which it based such a momentous decision.

Neither England nor Israel have a constitution.

This is quite possibly how it was justified. Note that as in Wicked Game, I would make the point that what I’m about to talk about next amounts to slavery, therefore a violation of the 14th Amendment. Inflicting pain wirelessly, surreptitiously, becomes the whip forcing a person to act. I assume whoever reads this is already clear on the continual damage to the 1st and 4th.


Moving on, there is some news regarding Myron May, the attorney-turned-shooter at Florida State University last year.

The Tallahassee Police Department incident report:

Next, there is a recording that he left:

‘Real Politik’ with Dr. James Tracey, 25 January 2015:

Now let me reiterate a few things.

CIA’s behavioral modification program, MKULTRA, and related programs, sometimes involved the testing of substances, typically drugs, on unwitting people. Among the goals of the overall program is item #1 from the 1955 draft memorandum in the 1977 Senate report appendix:

1. Substances which will promote illogical thinking and impulsiveness to the point where the recipient would be discredited in public.

And, in my opinion, this idea, this concept, also sort of known as the Martha Mitchell effect–though that often applies to someone accused of mental illness rather than exhibiting symptoms, may explain some of what Myron May suggests in the audio and in the attachments in the police report.

Additionally, as I noted in The Entrapment of Barrett Brown post, there are other methods of making people behave erratically besides drugs. The Army via FOIA made clear that microwaves, when used in a particular fashion, can cause effects similar to pharma:

Some investigators are even beginning to describe similarities between microwave irradiation and drugs regarding their effects on biological systems. For example, some suggest that power density and specific absorption rate of microwave radiation may be thought of as analogous to the concentration of the injection solution and the dosage of drug administration, respectively.

The only things between us and ending these practices that combine the worst of the Cold War excesses–this time largely for profit, power, and an end to self-determination as people in favor of multinationals as demigods on high, are the lack of a whistleblower and accepting that, despite the crap you see on TV and in movies, the spooks just don’t care who gets hurt in the course of their duties.

You have been abandoned. Demand better.


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