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Old 12-07-2017, 07:54 AM   #41
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Australian SAS deathsquads no doubt working hand in glove with the CIA in afghanistan:

Australia’s elite special forces probed over potential unlawful killings – leaked docs
Published time: 12 Jul, 2017 00:34
Edited time: 12 Jul, 2017 07:14

Australian elite special forces are under investigation for the possible unlawful killings of civilians in Afghanistan, including of a six-year-old child, according to leaked government documents. The papers also reveal details of a hand-severing incident involving the SAS. Details of the killings are included in leaked Australian Defence Force documents totalling hundreds of pages, many of which were marked “AUSTEO” (Australian Eyes Only). The documents were leaked exclusively to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), and have been referred to as “The Afghan Files” by the news outlet. At least two of the potentially unlawful killing incidents are being investigated by the Inspector General of the Australian Defence Force, as part of a wider probe into the conduct of special forces in Afghanistan.

One of those incidents involves the deaths of a man and his six-year-old child during a raid. The Afghan boy was hidden in blankets near a target sought by Australian troops, thought to be a Taliban member. Australian forces managed to kill their target, but also inadvertently killed the child with a single gunshot wound to the abdomen. The child’s family received a compensation payment of US$1,500.

An inquiry found that there was insufficient evidence to conclude that the alleged Taliban target was actually part of the group, or an insurgent at all. However, it also concluded that the Australian soldiers had fired in self-defense and exercised appropriate restraint. The case has been referred to the Inspector General’s inquiry. Another case mentioned is the killing of a detainee who was alone with an Australian soldier and allegedly tried to seize his weapon. Both of the incidents being investigated occurred in September 2013.
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'he tried to seize my weapon'....yeah right...that old chestnut
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:58 AM   #42
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Ex CIA agent Ray McGovern said the CIA is made up of two sides. There is the analytical side which basically just gathers intelligence and its job is to then relay that intelligence to the politicians

Ray was an analyst. He said there were good people, good patriots working in that side of things. So famously with the iraq war we saw politicians like donald rumsfeld and the neocons ignoring CIA intelligence and skewing information to try to make the case that iraq had weapons of mass destruction that it did not have

The other side of the CIA is the operations side which carries out all the black ops, coups, assassinations, death squads, drugs running, arms dealing and all the other shady dealings. That side recruits from the el-ite bloodline families who go to universities like yale and harvard and join secret societys like the skull and bones and scroll and key

Those bloodlines own the big multi-national corporations which form think tanks like the CFR

The operations side of the CIA runs ops that benefit that corporate network and its that corporate network that is globalising and centralising its power to create what is being called the 'new world order'
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Old 23-07-2017, 09:11 AM   #43
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Old 16-08-2017, 10:45 PM   #44
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The truth about SAS shoot-to-kill night raids, by the hero of 200 secret ops: Soldier breaks ranks to defend elite unit from witch-hunt but says illegal killings were ‘unwritten rule of our job’
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I read a history of the SAS recently called 'rogue soldiers' which tells the usual story of the idea of the SAS being created in the mind of a scottish aristocrat called David Stirling after he met another british officer called Jock Lewes who later died in action and was buried in the desert. Stirling has said that Jock could have laid more claim to having come up with the idea then him however stirling's aristocratic background opened doors for him and gained him a chit from churchill himself which they used to equip the burdgeoning SAS

Stirling was however from an old templar lineage and the cap badge that was chosen to represent the SAS was a flaming sword said to be excalibur. Excalibur is of course the sword of king arthur.

Is it a coincidence that a powerful group of freemasons formed, using money gained from the will of Cecil rhodes, an organisation called the 'roundtable group?' Cecil rhodes made his fortune from diamonds and was bankrolled in that enterprise by the rothschilds who were also central to the roundtable group.

The roundtable soon spawned think tanks that then advised governments. In the UK was the Royal Institute for International Affairs known informally as 'chatham house' and in the USA was its sister body the council on foreign relations (CFR). Bilderberg is said to operate under 'chatham house rules' which means that people in the secret meetings are able to speak freely because everyone there agrees before they begin not to speak about anything that is said in the meetings. The roundtable was of course another item from the king arthur myth.

The knights templar were said to be the keepers of the grail which became a part of the arthurian myth and occult orders today such as the OTO (oriental templars) use arthurian grail legend in their writings.

Another place we see the same flaming sword symbol is in the emblem of Operation Gladio:



Operation Gladio was a joint operation between various intelligence agencies including the CIA and british intelligence which are both linked in turn to the roundtable group. The CIA could in its globalist activities be said to be the military wing of the CFR.

Gladio involved the creation of secret underground stay behind armies which were to form cells, much like how the SAS operated during the war and SAS operatives like 'mad' mike calvert were involved in the process.

The groups were ostensibly about preparing to wage war against the communists if they ever marched over europe. However they were instead used in what was called a 'strategy of tension' which is in effect military operations aimed at shaping public opinion through the use of false flag attacks, agent provocateurs, dissinfo, propaganda and so on

Gladio cells were involved in carrying out terror attacks such as the bologna train bombing which killed 88 people an echo of which was the madrid train bombings in recent years and the london tube attacks on 7/7. Those attacks were then blamed on left wing groups so that governments could justify passing more draconian laws which took away the rights of citizens.

After recent terror attacks new legilsation has been passed removing the rights of citizens and in the US, in the wake of 911, the chief of homeland security and dual israeli national michael chertoff wrote the misnomered 'patriot act' removing citizens rights before using his lobbying company to have airport scanner legislation passed from which he profitted due to his links to the manufacturers of the scanners; the scanners dose people with microwaves which can damage DNA.

more on gladio here: https://www.rt.com/op-edge/uk-sas-bl...ion-diana-842/



Was the SAS really just randomly conceived in the mind of a maverick scottish aristocrat or was it the instrument of the roundtable group as they plotted their global new world order, along with operation gladio? Is operation gladio still in effect today and are high profile events that feature in the media and drum up a lot of divisive tension in the public like terror attacks or the recent clashes in charlottesville merely an extension of operation gladio?
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Old 16-08-2017, 11:19 PM   #45
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Why former 'Black Ops.' SAS sleep with a gun under their pillow
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Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and élite Bilderberg Conferences where the dark forces of corporations, media, banks and royalty conspire to accumulate wealth and power through extortion and war. Tony has spent much of his life too advocating solutions which heal the wealth divide, such as free housing for all and a press which reflects the concerns of ordinary people rather than attempting to lead opinion, sensationalise or dumb-down. Tony tweets at @TonyGosling. Tune in to his Friday politics show at BCfm.
Published time: 22 Aug, 2013 14:21
Edited time: 30 Aug, 2013 14:15

If the death, 16 years ago this month, of Diana in Paris is not a huge establishment cover-up, the failure of the 'People's Princess' to lie down certainly makes it appear like one.

Despite no paparazzi being at the scene of the crash that was allegedly caused by 4 to 6 high powered motorbikes which sped off, photographers are still blamed by much of the London media. The coroner's court verdict of 'Unlawful Killing' should have scotched forever the idea that the car crash was an 'accident' but such a 'coincidence theory' still circulates as fact.

Royal skullduggery was entirely normal in Medieval England. Even in the up-tight 1880s the trail to London's Jack the Ripper and his murders of prostitutes led back, through prominent freemasons, to the royal household. Stephen Knight's 1976 book 'Jack the Ripper, The Final Solution', showed young Edward VII had a taste for sexual adventure and three prostitutes had been attempting to blackmail the royal family.

This weekend came the extraordinary revelation that a former British special forces 'Soldier N' knew, 'it was the SAS who arranged Princess Diana's death and that has been covered up'. His parents spelt it out in a letter to a senior military officer, which appeared in evidence in the case of another former SAS soldier, Danny Nightingale.

While Nightingale had been caught in possession of an illegal firearm and ammunition, 'Soldier N' himself had quite a cache, a hand grenade, stun grenades, a Glock pistol and hundreds of rounds of ammunition at his home.

So are these former SAS men 'gun crazy' reprobates as the prosecution would have us believe? Or, having first or second hand knowledge of political assassinations, might they be justified in fearing for their lives?

The idea that the military might be used for secret 'black operations' abroad is nothing new. For example during 'regime change' operations to destabilize Libya in March 2011, eight British soldiers and secret service officers on 'black ops.'were arrested by Libyan rebels in the Benghazi hinterland.

But their use against domestic political rivals is much more controversial, like the 1974 Watergate revelations. US secret service men were found to have been spying on the opposition democratic party back in 1972 and Republican president Nixon subsequently resigned.

Political leaders using the armed forces as their personal plaything and conspiring with rogue elements in the military, was reflected right across Europe in NATO's Operation Gladio. Described by one soldier as "the most secret operation ever", it allegedly involved the commissioning of terrorist acts, roughly from 1970-1990, against the European public by secret meetings of NATO Intelligence in Brussels.

"The role of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in sponsoring Gladio and the extent of its activities during the Cold War era, and its relationship to right-wing terrorist attacks perpetrated in Italy during the "Years of Lead" (late 1960s to early 1980s) and other similar clandestine operations, is the subject of ongoing debate and investigation but has never been proven. Switzerland and Belgium have had parliamentary inquiries into the matter."

The geopolitical stakes were high. The aim was to sacrifice innocent citizens creating a fake far-left threat across Europe, particularly in left-wing Italy, to strongarm politicians, press and public into accepting US military aid. This included Cruise Missiles that they otherwise saw as unnecessary and an exacerbation of international tensions.

It is in this context then that we should examine these latest allegations about the death of Princess Diana. It is certainly not unprecedented that 'special forces' might be used to eliminate a political rival. Former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro was assassinated by his political rivals, who were thought to be connected both to Operation Gladio and Italy's secret cabala of the day, Licio Gelli's P2 Masonic lodge.

These events were not entirely ignored by the London media. The BBC's Timewatch programme collaborated with director, Allan Francovich, to document Gladio in three 1992 films. The Ring Masters, The Puppeteers and The Foot Soldiers contain jaw-dropping interviews with soldiers and jailed fascists, about attacks on police stations and the execution, by NATO, of hundreds of innocent passers-by. No wonder they wanted Gladio kept so secret.

Put yourself in the shoes of a soldier ordered to carry out a murder or assassination. At the time, these missions are probably painted as daring actions by senior officers. Only after time, as the truth emerges, do soldiers see they have been duped and dishonored. Many realize the only way to regain their dignity is to do the unthinkable and go public.

Former soldier Paul Bruce's book The Nemesis File, for example, purports to detail a British Army execution squad in Northern Ireland. Far from imposing a rule of law, the British government, claims the author, secretly authorized a programme of executions of Irish Republican suspects known as 'Shoot To Kill'. Bruce's book even has colored maps with an 'X marks the spot' where the victims' bodies were said to be buried in unmarked graves.

So, back to the present, and after two comprehensive police enquiries both in France and the UK, a coroners' inquest into the circumstances surrounding Diana's death recorded a verdict of 'Unlawful Killing'.

Journalist and comedian Keith Allen spent four years and £2.5m making a comprehensive documentary 'Unlawful Killing'. Completed in 2011 Allen's 'inquest into the inquest' exposes evidence that the killing was no 'accident' but appeared timed to smash to oblivion Diana's imminent engagement to Dodi Al-Fayed.

Even though he paid for it, Al-Fayed appears to have lost control of the film, and its worldwide distribution has been entirely blocked, as has any free online release. Only the Iranian English language, Channel Press TV, now banned in the UK and blocked by YouTube has aired any clips and reviewed the film. Demanding 87 cuts, royal lawyers have effectively censored it.

However, a retired Australian journalist, John Morgan, has carried out a comprehensive investigation in his 150 page 2012 book 'Paris London Connection, The Assassination of Princess Diana'. He describes the main motives behind her killing as Diana's support for the HALO anti-land mines campaign and the immense power she had to embarrass and upstage the royal family.

The final straw came, Morgan alleges, when young William and Harry returned with Diana from a 'wonderful and magical', in her words, 10 day trip to Dodi's St Tropez villa in July 1997 and the happy couple prepared to announce their engagement.

Morgan believes a Muslim step-father for William and Harry was seen in Zionist-leaning royal circles as unacceptable. He argues the decision to kill Diana was made at a hastily organized Balmoral meeting of the 'Way Ahead Group' on Wednesday 23rd July, 1997. This was the last of a series of meetings specifically to deal with the threat a divorced and freewheeling Diana posed to the royal family.

As the masterminds, Morgan places MI6 officers, Sherard Cowper-Coles and Richard Spearman, in Paris specifically for the period immediately running up to the 'accident', replacing MI6 Paris's station chief, Eugene Curley, who was recalled to London. Cowper-Coles subsequently received a knighthood and left MI6 over a multiple bribery scandal that hit private arms manufacturer, BAe Systems.

There should be few surprises in the revelation that SAS soldiers may have been secretly ordered to assist in orchestrating Diana's Mercedes to crash. Indeed former MI6 officer Richard Tomlinson swore an affidavit in May 1999 that he had seen an identical 'tunnel crash' plan while at MI6 which was being considered to orchestrate the death of former Yugoslav president, Slobodan Miloševic.

Miloševic didn't die in a tunnel but was charged in 2001 with 'Crimes Against Humanity' at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. In March 2006 he died in suspicious circumstances, apparently poisoned through his prison food a few months before the verdict was due.

The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RT.
https://www.rt.com/op-edge/uk-sas-bl...ion-diana-842/
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