Thursday, December 23, 2010

Wikileaks = Cointelpro

Stop writing me that I need to cover this bullsh*t more. I have not bothered to blog about Wikileaks because thirty seconds after I first heard the story I knew immediately it was counterintelligence. It's just the usual street theatre by the elites.

Some people you can fool all of the time.


Anonymous said...

Les Visible at smoking mirrors blog wrote a few years back words to this effect- you can tell all you need to know about a person by their opinion on the 9/11 scam.

I've found there's only two types of stooge pushing the gobmutts line on the terror attacks/black ops of that day: those with a vested interest and the irredeemably stupid. Both groups are a little over represented in the u.s it seems.

Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall said...

I'm inclined to support your viewpoint. In fact this whole media storm around Assange reminds me of the whole O.J. Simpson circus in a way. I recall it very distinctly because I was a single payer activist. The week of his arrest (1993) was the same week health care reform (after being headline news for a year) died a quiet death in Congress. So what is the corporate media trying to conceal by beating Assange's sex life to death? Most of the information in the recent cables release is already widely available on the Internet. At the same time I find it surprising to find absolutely nothing about the "strategic" reasons the US is at war in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Nothing about the Pentagon agenda to foster the secession of oil and mineral rich Balochistan from Pakistan as a US client state - just like Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other former Soviet republics. Nothing about CIA support for the Baloch separatist movement. Nothing about the CIA training young Baloch separatists in bomb making and other terrorist activities to disrupt operations at the Chinese-built Gwadar Port (intended to transport Iranian oil and natural gas via Pakistan to China). I blog about this at

Anonymous said...

Is Julian Assange Helping the Neocons?

"These include many of the relationships that the neoconservatives who shaped Bush’s foreign policy were most willing to risk. Neocons have often encouraged policies and utterances that threatened relations with Russia and Turkey, as well as China, Iran and so on. Indeed, neoconservatism sometimes seems devoted to exacerbating the world’s major geopolitical fault lines. And now WikiLeaks has advanced the exacerbation. Maybe Assange, when he has time for some fresh conspiracy theorizing, can look into the possibility that neocons have implanted electrodes in his brain."

What is neocon code for? ;)