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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 7:24 am    Post subject: Taking us to the brink... Reply with quote

firstly just before the world took a turn towards being even more insane:

PSYOPS bulletin - Information Operations Roadmap

Apparently signed by Rumsfeld himself: The "roadmap" calls for a far-reaching overhaul of the military's ability to conduct information operations and electronic warfare. And, in some detail, it makes recommendations for how the US armed forces should think about this new, virtual warfare. It seems to see the internet as being equivalent to an enemy weapons system.

then we see

The Cartoon crisis

which appears to have become a rallying cry for other grievances and a convenient pretext for hardline governments and groups to advance their political agenda.The US accused Syria, where the Danish and Norwegian embassies were set alight on Saturday, of exploiting anger over the cartoons for political purposes. In Lebanon too, the burning of the Danish consulate in Beirut was seen by many
think tank war-mongerers & Neo corporate politicians as a deliberate attempt by Syrian agents to provoke sectarian unrest.

What is not being mentioned n the Media is that the Editor of the Danish Paper has links to both US Neocons & The Bilderbergers...

MERETE ELDRUP, managing director of company that published the cartoons (JP/Politikens Hus) is married to ANDERS ELDRUP, who has attended the last FIVE Bilderberg meetings. She is a former Head of Secretariat at the Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs and Deputy Director of the Danish Energy Authority her husband is chairman of DONG, the big State-owned energy company, which will soon be privatised.
This Stratgey of Tension is an obvious attempt to Manipulate Religious fevour in exactly the way Leo Strauss taught his students...Daniel Pipes, Richard Perle, Michael Ledeen, Paul Wolfowitz & John Bolton...So what do you get if you add Neo-liberal Bilderbergers to US neo-cons?

NATO: which coincidently [!] has a security conference in Munich in this timeframe...

"In this new world, solidarity is the key: political, military and financial solidarity..." NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer

we also see that certain heritage foundation members are calling for Isreal to be a NATO member

Italian Defence Minister MARTINO:


Rome, 30 Jan - Defence Minister, Antonio Martino's idea, as stated in Radio 24-Il Sole 24 ore 'Vivavoce' program explained that he speaks on his own behalf, and that he'll discuss this possibility with External Affairs Minister Gianfranco Fini. If Fini agrees, the proposal could be brought to NATO's Defence Minister Heads due to conveine in Taormina on the 9th and 10th of February.

Martino said, "It is necessary to guarantee the security of the state of Israel because the situation is serious and worrisome. In this way, an eventual aggression towards Israel would be considered an attack against all of NATO". source
Antonio Martino mamber of: - The Mont Pelèrin Society - The Philadelphia Society - Italian Society of Economists - The Heritage Foundation, Washington DC - The Institute of Economic Affairs, London - Journal des Economistes e des Etudes Humaines, Aix en Provenc - The Cato Journal, Washington

NATO planning strikes on Iranian nuclear sites
[pinch of salt?]

URL: http://www.india-defence.com/reports/1183
Date: 16/1/2006
Source: NewsInsight
Topics: iran usa nuclear

Limited military strikes on select secret Iranian nuclear sites are being planned by NATO, the Pentagon and some US allies, after concrete intelligence about Iran's WMD programme was revealed by the IAEA.

Western diplomats said that Iran's secret facilities at Isfan and the more sophisticated uranium enrichment plant at Natanz could be initially targeted, although the fully underground Natanz facility is air strike proof.

Natanz is causing greater concern since no Russian expert has visited it nor has Iran sought foreign participation on it.

The US and NATO are evaluating CIA and other intelligences that Iran has almost produced five to six crude atomic devices which can delivered by air, and there is overall agreement between America and a key Nato state, Germany, that the Iranian threat must be countered before it becomes blackmail.

Britain and Germany have mobilised all their resources to stymie Iranian adventurism, while president George W.Bush has authorised select diplomats to persuade important countries to join any showdown with Iran.

The idea is that military strikes could impress Iran to seriously consider deweaponisation, the preparedness for this will be reached by early April, and diplomats said it would have full UN sanction.


Then we see that Rumsfeld and General Mark Kimmet announce 'the long war'

Washington digs in for a 'long war' as Rumsfeld issues global call to arms

Simon Tisdall
Tuesday February 7, 2006
The Guardian

The Bush administration's re-characterisation of its "global war on terror" as the "long war" will be seen by critics as an admission that the US has started something it cannot finish. But from the Pentagon's perspective, the change reflects a significant upgrading of the "generational" threat posed by worldwide Islamist militancy which it believes to have been seriously underestimated.

The reassessment, contained in the Pentagon's quadrennial defence review presented to Congress yesterday, presages a new US drive to rally international allies for an ongoing conflict unlimited by time and space. That presents a problematic political, financial and military prospect for many European Nato members including Britain, as well as Middle Eastern governments.

According to the review, a "large-scale, potentially long duration, irregular warfare campaign including counter-insurgency and security, stability, transition and reconstruction operations" is necessary and unavoidable. Gone is the talk of swift victories that preceded the 2003 Iraq invasion. This will be a war of attrition, it says, fought on many fronts.

Donald Rumsfeld, the US defence secretary, suggested at the weekend that western democracies must acknowledge they are locked in a life or death struggle comparable to those against fascism and communism. "The enemy have designed and distributed a map where national borders are erased and replaced by a global extremist Islamic empire."

Mr Rumsfeld denied the Iraq invasion had proved a catalyst for terrorist recruiting - but said al-Qaida and its allies wanted to use Iraq as a central front in the longer struggle. "A war has been declared on all of our nations [whose] futures depend on determination and unity," he said. "As during the cold war, the struggle ahead promises to be a long war."

The Pentagon review proposes a series of measures to equip the US and its allies for the long haul, built around a whopping overall 2007 defence budget request of more than $550bn. They include increased numbers of special forces and unmanned spy aircraft or drones, expanded psychological warfare and civil affairs units (for winning "hearts and minds"), and more sea-borne, conventionally armed long-range missiles. Countries such as Iran will note plans for covert teams to "detect, locate and render safe" nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.

Addressing the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London yesterday, Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt, deputy director of US central command covering the Middle East, said winning the "long war" would necessitate increased "security assistance, intelligence-sharing and advice" for allies. "Regional nations must participate and lead the fight," he said.

A revived, enlarged international coalition would enable the US to "re-posture" its Middle East ground forces once stability in Iraq and Afghanistan was achieved, he said. Ground forces that remained would be quickly deployable elsewhere; and their area of operations would grow to include old and new theatres in south-east Asia and east and north Africa.

Just as important, Gen Kimmitt said, was enhancement of the coalition's ability to forge long-term diplomatic and law enforcement networks to counter the "astonishing" use by al-Qaida and its allies of "physical and virtual domains" such as the internet.

'The fundamental forces at play in the long war should not be underestimated," he said. "An extremist ideology seeks to go back to the era of theocratic dictatorship, repression and intolerance" while employing the latest technology to do so. The movement's aim was to end western influence in the Muslim world and overthrow "apostate" Middle Eastern regimes, he said, and it would not hesitate to use WMD.

The "long war" doctrine, formalising President Bush's earlier division of the world into good guys and evil-doers, is likely to prove highly controversial as its wider implications unfold. Washington will be accused of scaremongering and exacerbating the clash of cultures. In the US itself, the human and moral cost of the post-9/11 wars is already under critical scrutiny, from soldiers' families to the former president Jimmy Carter.

Gen Kimmitt admitted the biggest battle could be at home: "It will require strong leadership to continue to make the case to the people that this war is necessary and must be prosecuted for perhaps another generation."


food for thought isn't it


Scapegoating of one religion helps hide a multi-headed Ruling Class who control ALL actors behind the scenes...

IRAN vs The World IS A CONTROLLED situation...

I assert that this can be directly compared to the MEDIA circus which led up to WWII... and is now a playbook set to take us to The BRINK of Armageddon - a crises that will demand a globalist solution -

The end of Nationalism & the beginnings of Regionalism -
the Geostrategic posturing which is masking
Neo-Corporate GLOBALISATION - It's not just the Neo-cons...

its Neoliberals...G8, NATO...Bilderbergers etc all in collusion

setting the world up for its pre planned global solution which was hinted at in the UNs latest
think tank idea discussed at the Davos World economic forum

a global tax for a global government?
UN Unveils Plan to Release Untapped
Wealth of...$7 Trillion (And Solve the
World's Problems at a Stroke)

The most potent threats to life on earth - global warming, health pandemics, poverty and armed conflict - could be ended by moves that would unlock $7 trillion - $7,000,000,000,000 (3.9trn) - of previously untapped wealth, the United Nations claims today.

The price? An admission that the nation-state is an old-fashioned concept that has no role to play in a modern globalised world where financial markets have to be harnessed rather than simply condemned. In a groundbreaking move, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) has drawn up a visionary proposal that has been endorsed by a range of figures including Gordon Brown, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel Laureate.

It says an unprecedented outbreak of co-operation between countries, applied through six specific financial tools, would slice through the Gordian knot of problems that have bedevilled the world for most of the last century. If its recommendations are accepted - and the authors acknowledge this could take years or even decades - it could finally force countries to face up to the fact that their public finance and growth figures conceal the vast damage their economies do to the environment.

At the heart of the proposal, unveiled at a gathering of world business leaders at the Swiss ski resort of Davos, is a push to get countries to account for the cost of failed policies, and use the money saved "up front" to avert crises before they hit. Top of the list is a challenge to the United States to join an international pollution permit trading system which, the UN claims, could deliver $3.64trn of global wealth.

Inge Kaul, a special adviser at the UNDP, said: "The way we run our economies today is vastly expensive and inefficient because we don't manage risk well and we don't prevent crises." She downplayed concerns over up-front costs and interest payments for the new-fangled financial devices. "The gains in terms of development would outweigh those costs. Money is wasted because we dribble aid, and the costs of not solving the problems are much, much higher than what we would have to pay for getting the financial markets to lend the money."

The UNDP is determined to ensure globalisation, which has generated vast wealth for multinational companies, benefits the poorest in society. It urges politicians to embrace some groundbreaking schemes put in place in the past 12 months to tackle global warning, poverty and disease, based on working with the global markets to share out the risk.

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is there industrial strength LSD in the global water supply or what?!!!

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On the topic of cartoons to be pissed about, lets not forget about P2OG ...

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 10:24 pm    Post subject: update Reply with quote

update concernoing the Martino Isreal Nato situation

Nato Isreali meeting: Morocco, Algeria and Israel, to participate in major exercise in West Africa in June

Rumsfeld, NATO Ministers To Discuss Afghanistan and Rapid Reaction Force

By Al Pessin Washington - 08 February 2006 VOA news
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U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld will be in Italy Thursday and Friday for an informal meeting of NATO defense ministers that is expected to focus on final preparations for expanding the alliance's role in Afghanistan and for the creation of the NATO rapid response force. VOA Pentagon Correspondent Al Pessin will be traveling with the secretary and filed this report on what is expected at the meeting.
The [..] senior defense official, who spoke anonymously, [..] the force will have a major exercise in West Africa in June, and is supposed to be declared operational in October. But the official says NATO members have committed only about 80 per cent of the troops needed for the force, and Secretary Rumsfeld will be pressing for more commitments at this week's meeting.

The official says the Italy meeting will also include a session with the Russian defense minister, and another one with defense ministers from the seven members of NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue group. In the Russia meeting, the official says the main issues will be the sharing of radar information, strategy for fighting the drug trade in Central Asia and Afghanistan and concern over Russia's recent withholding of natural gas supplies from Ukraine in a political dispute.

The official says Russia and three of the Dialogue countries will participate for the first time later this year in a NATO counter-terrorism naval operation in the Mediterranean. The three regional countries will be Morocco, Algeria and Israel, representing what the official called a "not insignificant" moment of cooperation between Israel and the two Arab countries. - VOA

coincidentally West Africa has been hit by the dreaded bird flu -
or should i say politically useful Economic warfare


Israel NATO membership "not on the table"-Scheffer

TAORMINA, Italy, Feb 9 (Reuters) - NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer dismissed on Thursday a call for Israel to be given NATO membership as a "security umbrella" to protect it from any threats from Iran.

"It is a virtual question. The issue of Israeli membership is not on the table," de Hoop Scheffer told reporters at a meeting of NATO defence ministers in the Sicilian resort of Taormina.

Italian Defence Minister Antonio Martino was quoted this week as calling for Israel to be given NATO membership.

Martino, who spoke at the same briefing as de Hoop Scheffer, noted that any move towards membership -- a process which can take years -- could only come after an Israeli request.

But he reaffirmed his view that Israel faced a particular threat from Iran, whose president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called into question the Holocaust and urged Israel's destruction.

"The state of Israel is the only state whose existence is called into doubt by others," he said.

Israel has in recent years sought to boost its ties to NATO, without asking for membership. Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz is due on Friday to discuss defence cooperation with the NATO ministers and their counterparts from six Arab states. - alertnet.org

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