Daily Archives: February 11, 2016

Elite NWO Agenda/Alex Jones, InfoWars: David Icke on 2016 & Future of Humanity: Humanity at a Crossroads

I found this video of David Icke/interviewed by Alex Jones posted by Elite NWO Agenda inspiring; it features David Icke’s views on what could happen in 2016 and why it’s important for anyone working to shape awareness and influence reality today to understand that this year, 2016, is going to be a pivotal year for humanity. His message here offers both direction and anchor: it is not time to give up, and it is not time to sit back yet. There is work to be done, and consciousness to raise. While much has been accomplished already in the way of exposure, truth, expansion of human consciousness, it is time for all of us working together in our own ways and spheres of influence/focus to redouble, persist, continue in, and accelerate all efforts to raise consciousness and bring change. Just as Dane Wigington notes in his analysis of Americans afflicted with the Stockholm Syndrome (of pandering naively and blindly to the Government oppressor) needing to wake up, David Icke underlines the need for renewed and redoubled efforts currently to change our present reality. If we do not pull together now, get informed, and start taking profound and positive action to address the criminality and corruption we are seeing everywhere, as well as to expose and force the termination of the many-pronged assault on humanity we are experiencing on so many fronts, we are going to very quickly tumble into a horrific situation of totalitarian control and planetary enslavement that we may find we cannot extricate ourselves from easily or at all. Now is the time to pay attention. Now is the time to act, and to continue taking action, we may not have a second chance!–whether it is to speak out or stand up against the controls and assaults already tightening around us. Please watch, share. 25 minutes long/from the Alex Jones show.

 

Dane Wigington/GeoEngineering Watch: Stockholm Syndrome, An American Epidemic

Re-posted, with thanks, from a Feb 8 post at Geo-Engineering Watch. Please visit there for comments on this article as well as regular news, videos, analyses, and information on the continuous toxic aerosol assault the entire planet is currently experiencing (with emphasis in certain geographic areas, which include the “Five Eyes” countries & Europe–maps of aerosol spraying can be viewed on videos and pages posted there), and suggestions on what you can do about it.

This post emphasizes the need for concerted action and asks all to please get informed and take action at some level. Paraphrasing loosely, from the video linked below: “The ship is sinking, and you’re on it. Don’t let anything stop you from speaking out.”

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The American population is the last potentially counterbalancing force against a global power structure that is pushing the planet and all life toward mathematically certain near term total global extinction. If we stay on this course, our planet will not support life much longer. In spite of the obvious and rationally undeniable tyranny that is verifiably present at all levels of our government, the majority of the US population still enthusiastically embrace the false narrative of American exceptionalism. Our own government and our own military have routinely conducted lethal biological experiments on our own populations over many decades. The Pentagon has also routinely poisoned our own soldiers for decades. From Agent Orange to radioactive depleted uranium ammunition, there is virtually no sense of morality shown by those who run our country, even toward our own military brothers and sisters. Ongoing in the skies above our heads is the greatest and most lethal atrocity of all, global climate engineering. Geoengineering/weather warfare programs are rapidly destroying the planet’s climate and life support systems in addition to completely contaminating the entire biosphere. No living organism is spared from this undeniable assault. Every breath we take is laden with highly toxic heavy metals and chemicals that are a part of the climate engineering nightmare (elements verified in US patents and lab tests from the field). Yet, in spite of all that has just been outlined, the majority of the US population continue to embrace and defend the very power structure that is literally killing them. There is a name for the psychological condition in which populations actually embrace and defend their oppressors, the condition is called “Stockholm Syndrome“. The short video below outlines this perplexing condition.

Though “Stockholm Syndrome” is a factor in countries and populations around the globe, it is truly an epidemic in America. The masses must be awakened from their well programmed condition of apathy and denial if we are to have any chance of turning the tide in time. The fight for the greater good is a responsibility that must be born by us all, make your voice heard in the critical battle to expose the complete criminality of those in power. Time is not on our side. DW

Source: Stockholm Syndrome: An American Epidemic

Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams: Pentagon Releases 200 Photos of Bush-Era Prisoner Abuse, Thousands Kept Secret

Source: Pentagon Releases 200 Photos of Bush-Era Prisoner Abuse, Thousands Kept Secret

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. Re-posted from Common Dreams, with many thanks. Please visit there (link above) for comments on this article, posted there on Saturday, 2/6/2016. Color highlights below added here.

Those of us following the focus–among others–on clandestine human experimentation (within the United States and also overseas, in many countries/related to Neurotechnologies/EMF weapons) at this site will understand why this article and its disclosures are of particular interest here. We know from Abu Ghraib and from Guantanamo that torture and abuse don’t just spring out of nowhere, and cannot be ascribed to errancy on the part of a few misled Privates and Officers but always point to systemic abuse, hierarchized sanctioning of abuse, and a culture of permissivity of abuse.

“What the photos that the government has suppressed would show is that abuse was so widespread that it could only have resulted from policy or a climate calculated to foster abuse,” said ACLU staff attorney Alex Abdo, who noted that no senior official has been held accountable “or even investigated” for these abuses.

Withholding disclosure and suppressing evidence, record, and awareness of such sickening abuse is really in the continuum of permitting such abuse to proceed, unchecked. Can we live with that kind of permissive silence and suppression, as a nation and a people? It is unconscionable that the DoD would argue that “the release of the remaining images would jeopardize national security and “may incite others to violence against Americans and US interests””–it is up to Americans to point out that such an answer is unacceptable. Would revealing and prosecuting a crime jeopardize national security–or merely the security of those who believe claiming refuge in “national security” will forever keep them safe and inviolate from exposure, address, prosecution, reform–of anything, whether shamefully abusive treatment of prisoners or shamefully abusive covert experimentation on humans without consent?

Imagine: It took 12 years of litigation by ACLU to yield this information. 

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‘What the photos that the government has suppressed would show is that abuse was so widespread that it could only have resulted from policy or a climate calculated to foster abuse.’

Photo relating to prisoner abuse released by DoD on February 5, 2015 in long-running ACLU lawsuit.

 

The Pentagon on Friday was forced to release nearly 200 photographs of bruises, lacerations, and other injuries inflicted on prisoners presumably by U.S. military personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The record-dump was the result of a Freedom of Information Act request and nearly 12 years of litigation by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which fought to expose the Bush-era torture.

The images, the group says, prove that there was “systemic abuse of detainees.” And while troubling, attorneys say that even more problematic is the roughly 1,800 photographs that the government refused to disclose.

“The disclosure of these photos is long overdue, but more important than the disclosure is the fact that hundreds of photographs are still being withheld,” said ACLU deputy legal director Jameel Jaffer, one of the attorneys in the case.

“The still-secret pictures are the best evidence of the serious abuses that took place in military detention centers,” Jaffer continued. “The government’s selective disclosure risks misleading the public about the true extent of the abuse.”

Eliza Relman, a paralegal with the ACLU’s National Security Project, said that documents and emails that the government has been forced to release over the course of the litigation give an idea of what the remaining images may contain.

“We have found more than 100 documents that either reference photos related to cases of abuse or actually contain photos that were redacted before they got to us,” Relman said.

She continued:

The photos still being withheld include those related to the case of a 73-year-old Iraqi woman detained and allegedly sexually abused and assaulted by U.S. soldiers. According to the Army report detailing the incident, the soldiers forced her to “crawl around on all-fours as a ‘large man rode’ on her,” striking her with a stick and calling her an animal. Other pictures depict an Iraqi teenager bound and standing in the headlights of a truck immediately after his mock execution staged by U.S. soldiers. Another shows the body of Muhamad Husain Kadir, an Iraqi farmer, shot dead at point-blank range by an American soldier while handcuffed.

The Department of Defense argues that the release of the remaining images would jeopardize national security and “may incite others to violence against Americans and US interests,” the ACLU explains.

“What the photos that the government has suppressed would show is that abuse was so widespread that it could only have resulted from policy or a climate calculated to foster abuse,” said ACLU staff attorney Alex Abdo, who noted that no senior official has been held accountable “or even investigated” for these abuses.

“That is why the government must release all of the photos and why today’s selective disclosure is so troubling,” Abdo added.

The ACLU first filed its request six months before the notorious Abu Ghraib images were leaked by the press in March 2006.

In 2009, then-defense secretary Robert Gates issued a blanket certification preventing hundreds of photographs from being made public. An identical certification was issued in 2012 by Gates’ successor, Leon Panetta.

In March 2015, a U.S. district court judged ruled in favor of the ACLU, which argued that the certifications are “unsupported and overbroad.” Defense Secretary Ashton Carter certified the photographs again last November, with the exception of the 198 now made public.

 

Source: Pentagon Releases 200 Photos of Bush-Era Prisoner Abuse, Thousands Kept Secret