acts of war
 premeditated + cold-blooded
  = aggressive, illegal, Nuremberg-class war

.. AusBC ...

  .. + Barker ...

    .. = filthy lies

Thesis/Subtitle: These criminals - US+Zs - are rampaging across the world. Add UK & Aus = Anglo/Judaic then France etc. = prime perpetrators, plus their snivelling quisling sycophantic hangers-on (SQSH-Os) regimes (like Denmark (NATO useful idiot) or Sweden (pursuing Assange)), all must be stopped. Our so-called 'leadership' has and continues to fail: Tumbrels.


Preamble: One *could* think, that the ME correspondent for 'our' AusBC might be just in 'the wrong place and/or time.' Wrong. For about the 1st half of my life, the AusBC was pretty-well my exclusive 'news' source. Around the time of the '67 aggressive Zionist war on the immediate Arab world, I was deliberately misinformed by same AusBC. Proof: I was prepared to argue *against* the hapless Palestinians' cause = attempting to reverse the violent dispossession of almost an entire nation by invading aliens. It wasn't 'brave David' facing down the 'ugly Arab/Muslim hordes' but fully reversed; the Zionists attacked first - as they did after UNGA181, see Plan Dalet (Deir Yassin massacre, etc.), and have been so doing, right down to the current moment (illegal settlements, internationally so designated) - in order to steal ever-more of Palestinians' land/property. The fact that the AusBC *dares* misinform U,WTP = us, we the people convicts the AusBC as accessory to murder for spoil, there/then to here/now Palestinian soil. Ditto for murder for Afghanistan pipeline routes, Iraqi & Libyan oil, current subversion of Syria then Iran as next target - all to 'enable' US/Z murdering theft.


Trigger article 0:

Video Interview, Democracy Now
March 23, 2007
  «"We're going to take out seven countries in 5 years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran" --
General Wesley Clark. Retired 4-star U.S. Army general, Supreme Allied Commander of NATO during the 1999 War on Yugoslavia.»
[democracynow via globalresearch/Amy Goodman]

Comment: It's called 'telegraphing their punches;' so hubristic were they (still are), that they told us (those who heard *and* listened) in advance. Not just Clark but well before him, PNAC = criminal US/Z cabal.


Trigger article 1:

Monitors hear pleas for intervention in Syria
By Middle East correspondent Anne Barker and wires
Updated December 28, 2011 11:02:50
  «"The regime used the last several days as an opportunity to escalate their attacks on several ... neighbourhoods in Homs and other cities prior to the deployment of these monitors," State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner said.» 
[AusBC 'news'/111228, 11:02:50]

Comment 1: Associated video showed the monitors being harassed by 'activists.' One news broadcaster looked dreadfully crestfallen that no 'smoking guns' had been found; see another headline "Observers say 'nothing frightening' in Homs." Note: AusBC is now in the 'business' of revising history; what they publish may be replaced by a 2nd or 3rd ... 'bite,' so originally published content may be 'lost' to the world.

Comment 2: The cited text shows just who's 'pulling the strings' here. Other reports say 'no independent observers can confirm ...' - IMHO, *totally* giving the game away. One should not go to war on (lying) propaganda-rumours - ooops! - they already did, in this past year, in (hapless, oil-rich & previously high HDI) Libya.

Trigger article 2:

Iran threatens to block Strait of Hormuz
By Middle East correspondent Anne Barker and wires
Updated December 29, 2011 11:52:36
  «US State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner had dismissed Mr Rahimi's threat as another attempt "to distract attention from the real issue, which is their continued non-compliance with their international nuclear obligations".
The United States and other Western countries accuse Iran of using its uranium enrichment program to build nuclear weapons, a charge which Tehran denies.»
[AusBC 'news'/111229, 11:52:36]

Comment 1: "... their continued non-compliance with their international nuclear obligations" is an outright lie. If the US had any such real evidence, they would have obliterated most of Iran a very small few micro-secs after trumpeting same to the world.

Comment 2: According to the considered, collective verdict of all US 'intel'-agencies, Iran had abandoned any attempt at building a bomb, latest 2003. Yet almost every 'report' from Barker includes the above *unsupported* allegation in some form or other. Filthy propagansiste!

Comment 3: It may well be, that Iran could legally close Hormuz, see here for confirmation. Hmmm. The oil 'price' (not value) may sky-rocket - this time independently of speculators; see here for some discussion (like ~60% of oil price could be due to speculation by hedge funds, banks etc.).


Trigger article 3:

Syrian violence continues despite observer mission
By Middle East correspondent Anne Barker, wires
Updated December 29, 2011 23:24:27
  «Human rights activists say in the latest violence, security forces killed 14 civilians including a five-year-old child in the city of Homs, where observers spent two days touring restive neighbourhoods.
He said people were going down into the streets in Hama to await the delegation. Security was heavy and marksmen were seen on rooftops.»
[AusBC 'news'/111229, 23:24:27]

Comment 1: This one's a real bewdie; one needs to read it all (with an appropriately jaundiced eye) to appreciate all the lying allegations. This s**t is called 'news?'

Comment 2: "... marksmen were seen on rooftops" was a propaganda technique also deployed before the NATO rape of Libya; it is effective because the (lying) allegation causes fear and revulsion - in the target *audience* = us, we the people = 'manufacturing consent' = we just shuddup & resign ourselves to yet another round of mass-murdering for spoil.

Comment 3: In general, any 'activist' opposing the US/Zs is called a 'terrorist' and may be summarily executed by drone, say = extra-judicial killing = murdered without due process, or any other process except the US/Zs' arbitrary say-so. On the other hand, all 'activists' opposing a US/Z-declared enemy are embraced by the AusBC & other criminally lying sycophants; we are to hang off their every (lying) word. Self interest, anybody? See what happened in Libya; one of the 1st changes was to establish a new (rogue) central bank, ??? Good system! Great for truth & justice!


Fazit: Our so-called 'leaders' are corrupt = criminal psychopaths and/or totally insane; spruiking lies as they send 'our boys' off to foreign = invasive wars grounded in lies. The taxpayer-supported AusBC is corrupt & venal, just like the commercial MSM - they not only transmit but actively extend the leaders' lies. In a so-called 'democracy,' the leaders are supposed to represent U,WTP = us, we the people, and implement the will of the majority whilst safeguarding all minorities. Concentrating the world's wealth into the hands of a fraction of 1% - by a crooked economics system = neoliberalism, including military intervention = mass-murdering for spoil is *not* in our interest: Tumbrels, for murder/theft-ordering leaders & pro-war liars both. And do not forget for the smallest part of a pico-sec that they are also driving us deep into unsustainability vis-à-vis resource depletion and deadly pollution (excess CO2 = climate-crash) both.

1 comment:

  1. Not so BTW, for any who skipped reading the Wesley Clark interview, the smashing of "seven countries in 5 years" came from a conversation a few days after this:

    «... and one of the generals called me in. He said, “Sir, you’ve got to come in and talk to me a second.” I said, “Well, you’re too busy.” He said, “No, no.” He says, “We’ve made the decision we’re going to war with Iraq.” This was on or about the 20th of September [About ten days after 9/11 = 2001]. I said, “We’re going to war with Iraq? Why?” He said, “I don’t know.” He said, “I guess they don’t know what else to do.” So I said, “Well, did they find some information connecting Saddam to al-Qaeda?” He said, “No, no.” He says, “There’s nothing new that way. They just made the decision to go to war with Iraq.” He said, “I guess it’s like we don’t know what to do about terrorists, but we’ve got a good military and we can take down governments.” And he said, “I guess if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem has to look like a nail.”»