VT’s Scathing Report on MH17: Working Group Established [video]

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MH17 Working Group Established

So Far, the Winner is ICTS and Schipol Airport, “Crotch Bomber” Redux

 

… by  Gordon Duff   and  Jim Dean,  VT Editors

with a cast of about a dozen

 

[ Note:   Ukrainian Prosecutor-General Vitaly Yarema told Ukrainian Pravda newspaper on Friday, “Militias in the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics do not have Ukrainian air defense missile systems Buk and S-300 at their disposal”…”After the passenger airliner was downed, the military reported to the president that terrorists do not have our air defense missile systems Buk and S-300,” the general prosecutor said. “These weapons were not seized.”

“The Russians did it” story has crashed and burned. The the media overkill…”killed it”, all of them playing off the same talking points notes, no one even bothering to ask the most basic investigative journalist questions like “Show me the evidence you have.”

Who do you know, what country, that has a track record of pulling that kind of media and sock puppet politician coordination off whenever they want to, having them all singing like they are in a choir? ]

 

SlaughterWe have found one engine damaged.  It initially looked like an air to air missile hit it.  We see signs of fire but there is a question as to whether damage is consistent with a shape charge from an air to air missile.  Input from qualified folks welcomed as always.

The BUK is off the table.  We have reviewed it extensively and an S300 is capable but not a BUK.  It “says” it will do it but experts have ruled otherwise.  We have tons of supporting material already.

Additionally, were a ground launched missile used, we would have had sat [satellite] photos already.  If we get them later, it will mean they have been cooked.

From Rense.com, sent in by Jeff Rense:

This plane is intact.  Ours would have fallen in pieces based on wreckage.

Human intel on the ground has given us much.  We are taking our time and want more.  The YouTube is very telling, engine on fire.  However, the wreckage indicates bomb thus far.   We, however, aren’t interested in guessing ourselves to death. We leave that to the slime media.

We have issues involving one Israeli jet from Azerbaijan.  We have issues about ICTS in Schipol.  We have issues about air traffic controllers in Kiev.  We have issues about SU 27s trailing the plane.  We have issues about “foreign” advisors in Kiev with the military who moved on the airport tower.

We are also looking for an AWAC in the area.  The bomb or whatever would have needed an AWAC or an F15 with advanced radar to time the crash.

Thus far the Putin assassination story that RT ran seems “off.”  We can do nothing with it so we won’t deal with it now.

What can’t be ignored is the manipulated media and the politicians who are making asses of themselves.  They are pointing a gun right at Israel.  The smell is overwhelming.  Next, someone will ask how many Jews were on board.  As the plane was leaving the Netherlands for a medical conference, I would think the number to be substantial, 20 or more.  Is this a fair way to look at this?  Perhaps that should be discussed as well.

And who would destroy two fully packed airliners of a country they were angry with, to make an example? Is this enough to go on?  In reality, it is more powerful, following a cover up, than any other evidence.  Everything else can be faked.  The “stupidity” is for real. Yes, they are that stupid.

The dead want vengeance - and we aim to please

The dead want vengeance – and we aim to please

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Assad Fighters Beheaded by Sunni ‘rebels’ in Front of Children

This has got to stop, my friends. What will it take? THIS is what the Illuminati and their minions will do to seal the mission. It’s inhuman, and so are they. Life and death mean nothing to them. They thrive on the pain, misery, and suffering of Humanity.

Is there anyone left who isn’t aware the US shadow government pays these murderers to propagate war? These mercenaries will do whatever they’re told without conscience.

Please participate in the daily or weekly PEACE MEDITATIONS and help the Light forces end this tyranny as soon as we possibly can. We can at least do that.  ~ BP

Beheaded in front of children, Assad’s thugs are dragged to their doom and butchered like animals in some of the most brutal scenes to emerge from Syria’s civil war

By Nick Enoch

PUBLISHED: 19:23, 13 September 2013

The sword rests briefly on his neck as a blindfolded man kneels under a clear blue sky.

Moments later, the executioner raises his right arm, slashes downwards and the prisoner is dead.

The whole barbaric episode is watched by a crowd of jeering men, many of them armed.

And sitting on a low wall only a few feet from where the wretched captive died so violently is a line of young boys.

They were still there as the dead man’s head was dumped on his body. Another child, even younger, was led by the hand past the corpse.

Warning: Graphic content

As a cheering crowd of fighters look on, an executioner - believed to belong to the Al Qaeda-linked faction ISIS - lines up his sword in a practice run before delivering the final blowAs a cheering crowd of fighters look on, an executioner – believed to belong to the Al Qaeda-linked faction ISIS – lines up his sword in a practice run before delivering the final blow
A Syrian boy is held by the hand as he walks past the body of a beheaded Islamic militant loyal to AssadA Syrian boy is held by the hand as he walks past the body of a beheaded Islamic militant loyal to Assad. An unnamed photojournalist was given rare access to the public execution in the town of Keferghan in the north of the country
A group of young children sit on a wall as they stare at the dead bodyA group of young children sit on a wall as they stare at the dead body
The severed head of a militant is held aloft. The photographer witnessed four public executions on August 31The severed head of a militant is held aloft. The photographer witnessed four public executions on August 31

The public execution was the last of four that took place on August 31 in the town of Keferghan in the north of the country.

The picture forms part of a set taken by a photojournalist – whose identity has not been revealed in order to protect him – who was given unprecedented access to the gruesome proceedings.

Among the other photos are an executioner lining up his sword before delivering the final blow as his victim kneels in the village square – and a victim’s head being held aloft by a jubilant fighter.

Although it is difficult to confirm the political affiliation of those involved, an eyewitness told Time that the executioners belonged to ISIS – an Al-Qaeda faction opposed to President Bashar Assad’s regime.

The captives, meanwhile, are understood to belong to the fearsome Shabiha (‘ghosts’) – thugs loyal to Assad who are said to roam the country massacring women and children.

The captives are understood to belong to the fearsome Shabiha ('ghosts') - thugs loyal to Assad who are said to roam the country massacring women and childrenThe captives are understood to belong to the fearsome Shabiha (‘ghosts’) – thugs loyal to Assad who are said to roam the country massacring women and children
Above, a captive prepares to meet his fateAbove, a captive prepares to meet his fate. Describing the scene, the photographer said: ‘That scene in Syria, that moment, was like a scene from the Middle Ages, the kind of thing you read about in history books’

Below is an edited account of the photographer’s harrowing experience:

‘The man was brought in to the square. His eyes were blindfolded. I began shooting pictures, one after the other. It was to be the fourth execution that day I would photograph. I was feeling awful; several times I had been on the verge of throwing up.

But I kept it under control because as a journalist I knew I had to document this, as I had the three previous beheadings I had photographed that day, in three other locations outside Aleppo.

The crowd began cheering. Everyone was happy. I knew that if I tried to intervene I would be taken away, and that the executions would go ahead. I knew that I wouldn’t be able to change what was happening and I might put myself in danger.

I saw a scene of utter cruelty: a human being treated in a way that no human being should ever be treated. But it seems to me that in two and a half years, the war has degraded people’s humanity. On this day the people at the execution had no control over their feelings, their desires, their anger. It was impossible to stop them.

A member of the notorious Shabiha is held by the scruff of his neck as he is led to his doom
A member of the notorious Shabiha is held by the scruff of his neck as he is led to his doom
The pictures emerged as the organisation Human Rights Watch released a video and report into brutal summary executions
The pictures emerged as the organisation Human Rights Watch released a video and report into brutal summary executions carried out by the other side – Syrian government forces
The executions took place near Syria's largest city, Aleppo, which has seen intense fighting between the rebels and Assad's forces
The executions took place near Syria’s largest city, Aleppo, which has seen intense fighting between the rebels and Assad’s forces

I don’t know how old the victim was but he was young. He was forced to his knees. The rebels around him read out his crimes from a sheet of paper. They stood around him. The young man was on his knees on the ground, his hands tied. He seemed frozen.

Two rebels whispered something into his ear and the young man replied in an innocent and sad manner, but I couldn’t understand what he said because I don’t speak Arabic.

At the moment of execution the rebels grasped his throat. The young man put up a struggle. Three or four rebels pinned him down. The man tried to protect his throat with his hands, which were still tied together.

He tried to resist but they were stronger than he was and they cut his throat. They raised his head into the air. People waved their guns and cheered. Everyone was happy that the execution had gone ahead.

That scene in Syria, that moment, was like a scene from the Middle Ages, the kind of thing you read about in history books. The war in Syria has reached the point where a person can be mercilessly killed in front of hundreds of people who enjoy the spectacle.

As a human being I would never have wished to see what I saw. But as a journalist I have a camera and a responsibility. I have a responsibility to share what I saw that day. That’s why I am making this statement and that’s why I took the photographs. I will close this chapter soon and try never to remember it.’

'The war in Syria has reached the point where a person can be mercilessly killed in front of hundreds of people - who enjoy the spectacle,' said the photographer
The war in Syria has reached the point where a person can be mercilessly killed in front of hundreds of people – who enjoy the spectacle,’ said the photographer
The picture forms part of a set taken by the photojournalist, whose identity has not been revealed in order to protect him
The picture forms part of a set taken by the photojournalist, whose identity has not been revealed in order to protect him
Wearing a bloodied blindfold, one of the captives kneels before his executioners
Wearing a bloodied blindfold, one of the captives kneels before his executioners

The dreadful pictures emerged as the organisation Human Rights Watch released a video and report into brutal summary executions carried out by the other side – Syrian government forces.

They massacred at least 248 innocent people in the towns of al-Bayda and Baniyas in May this year, the report said.

The executions – which included at least 37 women and children – came after military clashes had ended and opposition fighters had retreated.

People were rounded up and shot at close range in an apparent attempt to ‘teach a lesson’ to the townsfolk not to side with the rebels.

The United States and Russia undertook a second day of talks in Geneva yesterday to try and achieve a diplomatic solution to the brutal conflict and get Syria to hand over its chemical weapons.

Anti-Assad fighters are seen here near Aleppo, in norther Syria
Anti-Assad fighters are seen here near Aleppo, in norther Syria
The U.S. and Russia undertook a second day of talks in Geneva yesterday to try and achieve a diplomatic solution to the brutal conflict
The U.S. and Russia undertook a second day of talks in Geneva yesterday to try and achieve a diplomatic solution to the brutal conflict and get Syria to hand over its chemical weapons
Syrian government forces massacred at least 248 innocent people in the towns of al-Bayda and Baniyas in May this year. Above, a rebel fighter
Syrian government forces massacred at least 248 innocent people in the towns of al-Bayda and Baniyas in May this year. Above, a rebel fighter

Citizens Now Taking Action Against Surveillance and Smashing CCTV Cameras

Thanks, Patrick!

Smashing State Surveillance: Group Breaks CCTV Cameras on the Street

A direct approach to the problem of surveillance cameras: smashing them.

Surveillance cameras.
Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com

August 19, 2013  |

A group of German anarchists have inspired other radicals to take a direct action approach to surveillance cameras: smash them.

As Salon’s Natasha Lennard notes, the practice has now migrated to the U.S. It’s a brash approach to the surveillance state.

“We’re a diverse group of people: Shoplifters eluding capitalism who don’t want to be monitored, passengers who don’t want to followed step by step and anarchists fighting everything that wants to control us,” someone from Camover told Vice in an interview.“The state needs the power of surveillance so that we all feel that ‘He’ is there and knows what you’re doing. We’re fighting for the freedom to live independently, so let’s start by smashing some cameras!”

It started in Berlin. German anarchists took to the streets at night in groups or alone, and went around smashing and dismantling surveillance cameras on the street. They then posted video evidence of their actions online, and called what they were doing Camover, as Vice magazine first reported. The group of anti-surveillance radicals are also encouraging others to follow their example.

Vice’s Simon Childs writes that “Camover have also recently announced a competition encouraging others to get involved. All you have to do to enter is think of a name that begins with the words ‘Brigade…’ or ‘Command…’ and that ends with the name of a historical personality, recruit a mob and smash up cameras. Then you send pictures and video evidence to their website, and they declare the winning footage.” The “competition” ends in February, when the European Police Congress gathers in Berlin.

The smashing of surveillance cameras has spread to Finland, Greece and the U.S.  A Camover group in Washington state released a statement this month saying that they destroyed 17 surveillance cameras. “ This act is concrete sabotage against the system of surveillance and control,” the group said in a statement.

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Ben Swann: What the US Media Isn’t Telling You About War in Syria

Well, Ben said he wanted to make a difference with the ‘Truth in Media Project’ and fill the gap between what the MSM is saying and the truth. He sure tackled the big one right out of the gates.

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Full Disclosure: What The Media Isn’t Telling You About Syrian Civil War
The U.S. government continues to say that it is not willing to arm the so called rebels in
syria despite calls by high profile Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham.

If that is the case, why are 300 marines now stationed along the Syrian border with
Jordan?
The first step in Full Disclosure; Inform.
The U.S. has located 300 Marines in northern Jordan near the border with Syria along
with a Patriot anti-aircraft missile system, that report from the Times of London.
The U.S. military says those marines are only there as part of a military training
exercise. Other than that, we know very little about the role of those marines other than
the fact that they will remain there for at least several months.
So the big question, how long before the United States is involved in Syria? The
answer, we already are.
Last year when I talked one on one with President Obama, he told me that the United
States was careful not to provide arms to these rebel groups. The President said that in
response to a question I asked him about how the United States could support the
Syrian rebels when so many of those so called rebels arenʼt Syrian and many are al
Qaeda fighters from Iraq.
In reality the United States has already provided millions in financial help to the FSA or
the Free Syrian Army. We have also provided non lethal assistance to the FSA, satellite
radios, as well as body armor.
But according to some like Republican Senator John McCain, that is not enough. On
Memorial Day McCain made a secret trip to Syria to meet with the leader of the
supreme military council of the Free Syrian Army, General Salem Idris.
Senator McCain was asked for the U.S. to take the lead in a quote “ more serious
manner”. More specifically, to provide heavy weapons directly to the FSA. He was
asked for the U.S. to create a no fly zone for Syrian war planes and for strategic
bombings by the U.S. on the Syrian government.
So what’s the problem here? There is in fact, an enormous problem. This is the part of
the story that so much of the media is just not telling you.
The war in Syria is not a true civil war. Two years ago, President Bashar al Assad was
fairly unpopular with his people. Those I have talked to who are living in Syria today tell
me that there was justified and growing anger against Assad.
When civil unrest started, it looked as if there would be a push for freedom but in a short
time, the people fighting that war against the government became, not Syrian citizens
but jihadists and al Qaeda fighters. There are multiple groups fighting to overthrow the
Assad regime. The FSA or the Free Syrian Army, the ones making the requests for U.S.
help are second largest opposition group. The largest is al Nusra Front.
Who is that? Al Nusra Front is the Syrian wing of al Qaeda in Iraq. In December of
2012, the United States officially designated al Nusra Front as a terror organization.
Then in April of 2013, the head of al Qaeda in Iraq released an audio recording
announcing al Nusra as its branch in Syria.
Ohio congressman Brad Wenstrup tells me that much of what he knows about the
situation in Syria is classified but admits quote,
“You really have to take a close look at who are your friends and what will this do to us
in the long term. and we have had some lessons learned on that in the past.” says
Congressman Wenstrup.
The Congressman canʼt get into too many details about what he knows but there is a lot
out there that is not classified about al Nusra Front.
About a month ago, the UK Guardian reported that the best financed, best equipped
and best motivated force taking on the Syrian government is not the FSA but is al
Nusra. Moreso, that the Free Syrian Army is losing thousands of fighters and
capabilities to al Nusra.
If these guys are so bad, why aren’t we hearing more about it? I canʼt tell you that but
what I can tell you is what is happening in Syria today, should have the attention of
every American and evidence of it is not that hard to find.
All over YouTube are videos posted by members of the Free Syrian Army, or al Nusra
demonstrating what they are doing now and what they will do in Syria once they have
control. Beheadings of anyone seen as a traitor or siding with the government and the
slaughtering of many innocent people.
There is something else about the situation in Syria that American media is not telling
you. Until this war started two years ago, Syria was one of the few places in the middle
east where Christians, Shiite muslims, Sunni muslims , Alawites, and Jews all lived in
peace with each other.