a reply to: flammadraco
Okay. You need some therapy. You have continuously insulted people for expressionist their opinions. You have continuously claimed you wouldn't keep
talking, but you continue to do so. Are you mental?
There is more than enough circumstantial evidence to warrant a discussion about the authenticity of this video.
There was no blood when sawing at his neck. The video fades away when, as you've said, there are many examples of their atrocities online, without
censorship. The Victim was almost complacent about his murder with bot even a jerk to get away. There was no blood on the hands of the murderer after
he allegedly kills the victim.
My personal opinion is that "someone" has cherry picked savage extremists to be the face of their false flag movement. Intel Agents are acting as
double agents giving orders to these savages and using them to incite fear so they can justify the further destabilization of the region. This is
exactly what happen with 9/11 when Israel followed the high jackers all over the country and then allowed them to pass through security at the
airports which they ran.
Do you remember John mccain pictured with ISIS leaders two years ago? Do you remember congress giving 500 million dollars to these guys last year to
fund the Syrian coup (which failed)? We have our hands all over this stuff and you want to call out people for considering it's a false flag op?
You don't have to believe any of this, but knowing the treachery that intel agencies have done throughout history, this is not out of the question.
Here's a list of our treachery in the past. Consider it.
1. In the 60s, the CIA sponsored a Harvard study where undergraduate student were humiliated and subjected to “brutalizing psychological
experiments”. The student who had the worse reaction to the experiment was Ted Kaczynski who later became the Unabomber.
2. In the early ’80s the CIA helped facilitate the widespread sale of coc aine in poor Los Angeles neighborhoods to help finance the covert war
against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua.
3. Gary Webb, the journalist who wrote CIA contra-crack story of the 1980s was ruled to have died from suicide (2 gunshots in the head)
4. In 1954, American CIA overthrew a democratically elected Guatemala government for the United Fruit Company.
5. In a CIA program called “Operation Midnight Climax”, Prostitutes were enlisted by the CIA to lure men to ‘safehouses’ in San Francisco
where they were administered '___' without their consent. CIA Agents would then watch them have sex with the prostitutes through 2-way mirrors.
6. In 1953, a US Scientist named Frank Olson was administered '___' without his knowledge as part of the MKULTRA program. A week later, Olsen ended up
dead. The CIA claimed Olsen jumped from a hotel window, but later paid the family $750K and a second autopsy revealed he was likely assassinated.
7. In 1963, a CIA-funded psychiatrist, Dr. Ewen Cameron managed to completely wipe a woman’s memory by using electroshocks and hallucinogens over an
8. The CIA secretly spiked the bread from a bakery in the French village of Pont-Saint-Esprit with enormous quantities of '___' as part of its cold
war mind-control experiments. A case of mass hallucinations and insanity ensued
9. In 1962 the CIA tipped off South Africa’s intelligence service about the location of Nelson Mandela, leading to his arrest that put him in jail
for 27 years
10. A CIA handbook taught torture methods, and stressed the importance of psychological over physical torture. The threat of inflicting pain triggered
fears more damaging than the pain itself, because people often underestimated their capacity to withstand pain.
11. The CIA had a plan to drop gigantic condoms labeled “Medium” into the USSR to convince Russian women that Americans were more virile.
12. Under Operation Northwoods CIA committed genuine acts of terrorism in U.S. cities and elsewhere. These acts of terrorism were to be blamed on Cuba
in order to create public support for a war against that nation, which had become communist under Fidel Castro.
13. In 2003, a German citizen was kidnapped by the CIA and beaten, stripped, violated and tortured until they found out they had the wrong guy.
14. Mohammad Mosaddegh was a democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran who was overthrown by CIA in 1953 for having the audacity to nationalize
the Iranian oil industry by seizing it from the hands of the England and USA.
15. During college, Journalist Anderson Cooper spent two summers as an intern at the Central Intelligence Agency. Although he has no formal
journalistic education, he opted to pursue a career in journalism rather than stay with the agency after school.
16. When manufacturing the A-12 Blackbird aircraft (built to spy on the Soviet Union), US titanium lacked the purity to cope with high speed flight.
The only known titanium pure enough was in the Soviet Union, which the CIA managed to procure covertly and import to the US to produce the plane
17. The CIA, in South Vietnam, in a program called “Operation Phoenix,” secretly, without trial, executed at least 20,000 civilians, who were
suspected of being members of the communist party.”
18. In 2013, the CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of Area 51 for the first time.
19. The CIA shut down access to the 23rd highest mountain in the world for nearly a decade in the ’60s because they lost a nuclear powered missile
detector in an avalanche
20. CIA used Viagra to bribe Afghan tribal leaders.
21. During Operation Mongoose, the CIA, in an attempt to embarrass Fidel Castro, tried to place thallium salts in his shoes, which would have caused
his beard, eyebrows, and pubic hair to fall out.
22. After WWII, the CIA recruited Nazi war criminals, who had worked on mind control/brainwashing techniques in Germany, to assist them with their own
mind control experiments on unwitting US citizens.
23. During the late 1950s, U.S officials allegedly made contact with a young Iraqi named Saddam Hussein, who then became part of a CIA authorized
squad tasked with carrying out the assassination of then-time Iraqi Prime minister Gen. Abd al-Karim Qasim.
24. In the ’80s, CIA analysts put together a 20-part series detailing what would actually happen if the events of Tom Clancy’s “The Hunt for Red
October” really took place. It’s now a CIA insider classic, and available for the public to read (Page 180).
edit on 22-8-2014 by AnAbsoluteCreation because: (no reason given)