Monday, May 9, 2016

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April Fools And The Panama Papers

Frank O'Brien shares his thoughts on the Panama Papers.  Frank O'Brien is a long time resident of Troy, NY, USA, and former head of Clan na Gael in same city area.

The strategic leaks and limited hangouts that constitute the now notorious Panama Papers are truly interesting in that they don't include any of the usual suspects in America, namely the multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons who themselves have been using offshore tax havens for years to stash away their more ill-gotten gains.

The most interesting ones to me are the Pakistani[Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's children] leaks, and that one involving the King of Saudi Arabia, who with the rest are conveniently in the cross-hairs of the US State Department, and not to forget, the information also implicates the Tory Prime Minister David Cameron. The main purveyors of this giant data dump are the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, who are funded in a big part by the usual suspects in the foundation community, like David Rockefeller and George Soros.

All of this points to it being a new kind of warfare, as James Corbett of The Corbett Report commented, in using these otherwise confidential financial records as a way of reshaping the geopolitical scene, besides as an attempt to promote a future global tax grid, which the globalists desire, which would come from the formation of a global government.

American intelligence is the likely dark entity behind these leaks, along with their billionaire/bankster masters, and it is unlikely from the inclusion of David Cameron that British intelligence[MI6, MI5 & GCHQ] are involved with any of this mess. As former army intelligence blogger, James Wesley Rawles, says, this is in essence a distraction, much like a stage magician will have you look at one hand, while he is actually and secretly doing something with the other hand.

This is not to say that this is but a distraction, rather it is that, and a targeted operation to throw certain regions and countries into upheaval, conveniently toppling disliked leaders with dirt dug up on them, though at the same time it is good in a sort of way, such as the outing of the all too nepotistic Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

I have a personal interest and stake in Pakistan, knowing a very good friend there, and I promote his chosen political leader, Imran Khan, of the Tehreek-e-Insaf[PTI], or the Pakistan Movement for Justice, which is a social democratic movement very much in line with the vision promoted by Bernie Sanders.

The ones though that really need to be outed are those that secretly profited[and still do] off of the drug trade, especially that coming from the poppy fields that are in abundance in US controlled Afghanistan, and the drugs that come now through Mexico to the drug using haven of the US. It is no secret that the CIA has been deeply involved in profiting from the drug trade, since at least the Vietnam War, besides a certain number of wealthy, to extremely wealthy individuals and families in the US. These are the missing culprits in the whole Panama Papers engineered scandal that is an obviously deliberate effort to geopolitically reshape the world landscape, besides a ploy to divert the eyes of the world away from the shenanigans of the elite, and securocrats in the US. As the old saying goes, to paraphrase, "The fish always rots from the head down."

There is the Saudi Arabian war on Yemen, and its people, which has killed scores of innocents, and which has been no doubt encouraged by the Western powers, since there has been a deliberate move since the US invasion in 2003 of Iraq, to reshape the whole landscape of the Middle East. The whole limited hangout when seen in this light, along with the still crisis involving the refugees from Syria, and elsewhere in the Middle East, and North Africa, is nothing but a distraction, and worse, a further deliberate kind of information/psychological warfare meant to destabilize parts of the world, where change is desired, yet here with these kinds of designed information smart bombs, cruder coup d'etats are unnecessary.

The more mainstream media pundits have pointed out that there has been an inclusion of some Americans in the leak, now that more time has passed since the story broke at the beginning of April, yet they aren't in the same league that these other world leaders and figures are by any stretch of the imagination. I have learned the hard lessons of having trusted the mainstream media for some 20 to 25 years of my adult life, having seen the slow deterioration of it into the lapdog, wag the dog, creature that it has become in recent times.

Having been a student for decades of the Western and Russian intelligence services, I know full well how they operate, which hasn't changed one jot since I was a teenager back in the late 1970s, which is to say, with the advent of the Internet in the mid-1990s, the whole role of information warfare geared up slowly, to where now our corporate mainstream media is definitively stage managed to meet the needs, and desires of the Powers That Shouldn't Be.

No matter how many times the regular media deny so-called "conspiracy theorists," they leave out the historical context from the past, which only goes to legitimize the lack of trust a lot of people have towards the regular media, which is not only influenced heavily by governments, but also now by corporations, which used to be far less influential in the past.

Hating to necessarily use the bible in this instance, it nonetheless was the bible that said it was "for those with eyes to see" through the maze of lies, to seeing the real truth, and this is what precisely we have in this day and age, where psyops, aka psychological operations, are the preferred means by which to win the hearts and minds of the average people, many not that well educated, which makes it easier to realize a certain hidden agenda. At least in a few cases here the Panama Papers has done a bit of good, such as upsetting the institutionalized corruption in places like Pakistan, which I feel a personal stake in, being a huge supporter of the literally only social democrat, Imran Khan.

I doubt many have noticed the rumblings going on in the background of recent days, with all the hubbub from this huge scandalous distraction, but there was a hugely dangerous close call between some Russian war planes, and a US Navy ship, which could have resulted in an escalation in tensions between the two powers, and also the war of brinkmanship in the South China Sea, between the US and China. What is for sure, from both my analysis, and that of better people than me, that something big, and bad is coming soon. The talk of a major economic collapse, foretold up till now, is most definitely now coming, besides quite possibly a "Gulf of Tonkin" type of disaster.

If I were you I would keep an eye not only on the so-called press of record, but also the ALT press, which currently has some damn good investigative journalists, and more trust worthy talking heads than the mainstream ones. Let's hope that no further bloodshed comes from these multiple conflicts, and geopolitical games that are engulfing our world today, and that it remains a mere war for your mind, and doesn't wind up stabbing us in the heart.

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