Staff Writer, R. Patrick ChapmanTerrorism / US Govt
The U.S. government has a long history arming, funding, and training "rebels" to overthrow foreign governments and terrorize their enemies.
Unfortunately the U.S. government has turned that terror into a control and fear commodity to sell as they wish around the world, but who are the real people to blame and hold accountable? Let's see:
9/11 gave us the Patriot Act, NDAA indefinite detention, and torture. Now with the alleged Sony hacks and the attack on Charlie Hebdo, Americans are faced with CISPA to take more of their rights away in the name of combating "terrorism."
So who is benefiting from all this perceived "terror?" The CIA, NSA, military contractors... nowhere are Americans getting anything but lies to promote false narratives:
The so-called War Against Terrorism has been going on for quite a long time. At the same time the Islamic terrorists seem to be able to transfer millions of U.S. dollars unhampered by any significant interference from the U.S. government.
Every wire transfer in U.S. dollars anywhere in the world goes through the U.S. Federal Reserve. It's all in the Fed's computer system. At the same time, the National Security Agency has the computer capacity to record every conversation, email and text message in the world, but can't trace any dollars that fund Islamic terrorism.
Oil contracts throughout the world are carried out in U.S. dollars. How is it the Islamic State can be selling millions of dollars of oil a month? How can Iran be selling oil? Who is facilitating the transactions, all of which are in U.S. dollars? What happened to the billions of U.S. dollars of cash that the Army seemingly lost in Afghanistan and Iraq? All that cash got deposited someplace by somebody who is then spending it.
It appears the more the U.S. government passes laws to criminalize the ordinary American, the more that same government does to support and grow terrorism.
Iran has seen much of the CIA's terrorism tactics:
Funding for their separatist causes comes directly from the CIA's classified budget but is now "no great secret", according to one former high-ranking CIA official in Washington who spoke anonymously to The Sunday Telegraph.
His claims were backed by Fred Burton, a former US state department counter-terrorism agent, who said: "The latest attacks inside Iran fall in line with US efforts to supply and train Iran's ethnic minorities to destabilise the Iranian regime."
Here's some food for thought:
Why is the U.S. government promoting all of these wars? Supporting terrorism? Then installing a police state at home?
One quote that rings true: All wars are banker's wars.
Isn't it about time we took back our banking system from the Central Bankers, created and backed our own money with real assets, and imprisoned the real terrorists? Or don't you mind that the bankers are funding both sides of terrorism, regime change, and leaving you footing the entire bill?
If you want change, start demanding it.
It is all up to you.
Source: X Republic TV, Money News, The Telegraph, Washington's Blog, Veteran's Today,