#Terrornoia Update: Apr. 8, 2014

April 8, 2014 in News, Preview 2

#Terrornoia Update | Bandar bin Sultan, a/k/a Bandar Bush, has returned to his post as director of the Mukhabarat, Saudi Arabia’s intelligence agency, just in time to send the heavy firepower and anti-aircraft weapons Obama’s been “reconsidering” to the Wahhabi jihadists of Al Qaeda 2.0.

Iraq Collapse Shows Bankruptcy of Interventionism

June 4, 2013 in News

Ron Paul | May was Iraq’s deadliest month in nearly five years, with more than 1,000 dead – both civilians and security personnel — in a rash of bombings, shootings and other violence. As we read each day of new horrors in Iraq, it becomes more obvious that the US invasion…

How Can We Understand Benghazi Without Probing the CIA’s Role?

May 14, 2013 in News

Conor Friedersdorf | The attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens targeted a CIA operation, not a ‘diplomatic post.’ After catching up on coverage of the Benghazi attack over the weekend, there’s something that has me very confused: why are so many journalists ignoring the fact that the Americans there were mostly CIA?

What No One Wants to Hear About Benghazi

May 13, 2013 in News

Ron Paul | Congressional hearings, White House damage control, endless op-eds, accusations, and defensive denials. Controversy over the events in Benghazi last September took center stage in Washington and elsewhere last week. However, the whole discussion is again more of a sideshow.

In Wake of US-Israeli Attack on Syria, UN Reveals Terrorists Not Government Used Sarin Gas

May 6, 2013 in News

Tony Cartalucci | So-called “red line” both drawn and then crossed by US-Saudi-Israeli axis and their terrorist proxies. The reasoning behind recent US-Israeli attacks on Syria has been undermined further as the UN reveals Western-backed terrorists, not the Syrian government, deployed sarin gas…

Bush’s Bloody Legacy in Iraq

April 26, 2013 in News

Paul R. Pillar | Even as George W. Bush is honored at his new presidential library, the painful consequences of his disastrous eight years in office continue to be felt, both at home with high unemployment and overseas with unresolved wars…

Petraeus Betrayed: New Book Claims Former Director Was Shamed by CIA, Sidestepped by Brennan, McRaven

February 10, 2013 in News

Michael Zennie MailOnline February 10, 2013   David Petraeus was betrayed by his own bodyguards and vengeful high-ranking enemies in the CIA, who made sure his affair with his biographer [...]

Is Rand Paul Right About Benghazi?

February 6, 2013 in News

Justin Raimondo Antiwar February 6, 2013   Hillary Clinton’s last hurrah at the State Department – her appearance before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Benghazi – was outrageous [...]

The Benghazi Affair: Uncovering the Mystery of the Benghazi CIA Annex

January 31, 2013 in News

Ronda Hauben Global Research January 31, 2013   Traces of Reality:  A rather lengthy piece, but thoroughly researched and well worth your time.  -DB “The U.S. effort in Benghazi was [...]

Is UK Defense Contractor Planning Syrian WMD False Flag?

January 30, 2013 in News

Land Destroyer January 30, 2013   Documents allegedly “hacked” belonging to UK-based defense contractor Britam (official website here) appear to show the company considering an offer from Qatar to use [...]