Wednesday, March 17, 2010

US building up to attack Iran? (Video)

Inglorious bunker-busters: US ships arms to attack Iran?

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The U.S. is shipping bunker-busting bombs capable of striking Iranian nuclear facilities to the Indian Ocean according to newspaper reports. It's claimed they're heading for British-controlled Diego Garcia, an island used by the U.S. as a base for attacks on Iraq in 1991 and 2003.

The American Government is being called a bunch of lying warmongers ... in a nice, round about way ...

This blogger enjoys history. This is what America is about, in the past, and now:

Webster Tarpley: US & UK want to sabotage China's economy

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Economic tension between America and China could get even worse thanks to a draft bill going through the U.S. senate. If passed, the legislation would mean penalties being imposed on China if it fails to revalue its currency. But American author Webster Tarpley says America is just trying to sabotage the strength of China's growing economy.

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Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney did their best to keep the below covered up.

Author claims CIA still testing drugs on people

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In August 1951 a small French village near Marseilles became a part of CIA funded experiment with drugs. As a result 500 people were affected, there were at least three suicides and 40 people were taken to a nearby psychiatric institute. That's according to Hank Albarelli, an American writer who spent over ten years looking into who was behind the secret tests. RT's Marina Portnaya met the author in New York.

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MKNAOMI was the code name for a joint Department of Defense/CIA research program lasting from the 1950s through the 1970s. Unclassified information about the MKNAOMI program and the related Special Operations Division is scarce. It is generally reported to be a successor to the MKDELTA project and to have focused on biological projects including biological warfare agents—specifically, to store materials that could either incapacitate or kill a test subject and to develop devices for the diffusion of such materials[1][2][3][4] [5] .

During the first twenty years of its establishment, the CIA engaged in various projects designed to increase U.S. biological and chemical warfare capabilities. Project MKNAOMI was initiated to provide the CIA with a covert support base to meet its top-secret operational requirements. The purpose was to establish a robust arsenal within the CIA's Technical Services Division (TSD) and of which was to consist of various lethal and incapacitating materials. This would enable the TSD to serve as a highly maintained center for the circulation of biological and chemical materials.

Surveillance, testing, upgrading, and the evaluation of special materials and items were also provided by MKNAOMI so as to ensure that no defects and unwanted contingencies emerged during operational conditions. For these purposes the U.S. Army's Special Operations Command (SOC) was assigned to assist the CIA in the development, testing, and maintenance procedures for the biological agents and delivery systems (1952). Both the CIA and SOC also modified guns that fired special darts coated with biological agents and various poisonous pills. The darts would serve to incapacitate guard dogs, infiltrate the area that the dogs were guarding, and then awaken the dogs upon exiting the facility. In addition, the SOC was also designated to research the potentials for using biological agents against other animals and crops.

A 1967 CIA memo which was uncovered by the Church Committee was confirmed to give evidence of at least three covert techniques for attacking and poisoning crops that have been examined under field conditions. On November 25, 1969, President Richard Nixon abolished any military practice involving biological weapons and Project MKNAOMI was dissolved. On February 14, 1970, a presidential order was given to outlaw all stockpiles of bacteriological weapons and nonliving toxins. However, despite this presidential order, a CIA scientist was able to acquire an estimated 11 grams of deadly shellfish toxin from SOC personnel at Fort Detrick. The toxin was then stored in a CIA laboratory where it remained undetected for over five years.[6] [source of above]

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Is the US, through the CIA, hiring "journalists" and private contractor assassins to kill foreign citizens? Isn't that violating international and American law?

Blackwater 2.0: Afghan spy ring exposed in new contractor controversy

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The Pentagon's investigating claims one of its officials illegally hired contractors in Afghanistan and Pakistan to track down and kill insurgents. Michael Furlong was only supposed to use them to gain local knowledge, as it's considered unlawful for the military to hire in covert spies. Pakistani Military Expert Tariq Birzada believes the scandal could undermine U.S. goals in the region.

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America's worldwide KGB?

CIA's European Secrets: Clandestine prisons investigated

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A vast network of covert CIA facilities appears to be everywhere in the Middle East, North Africa and Eastern Europe. CIA secret prisons were reported to be operating in Poland and Lithuania, and the controversy over this news has divided Europe and triggered a political crisis in several countries. Are the allegations true?

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