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posted on Sep, 22 2016 @ 07:40 AM
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a reply to: mike dangerously

Hadn't seen/read them. But wow. I legit got choked up reading it. Here's a link w/the transcript in both English & Spanish, for anyone who just wants to read it.

Last Words by Salvador Allende




posted on Sep, 22 2016 @ 08:26 AM
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Good old "Propaganda Due".

I think it makes more sense when we look at it this way: The Nazis' biggest enemy wasn't Judaism, it was communism. They even fought a war of annihilation against the communists where 10s of millions of people were killed, but thankfully they were defeated. As the communist Soviets kept marching to Berlin, thousands of Nazi officials were evacuated to South America in the "Rat Lines, including the infamous Dr. Mengele. Thousands of others were either evacuated to the US under "Operation Paperclip" or stayed behind in Europe to continue the fight against the advancing communists. Our OSS/CIA and NASA, for example, had many former Nazis in them.

After the communists refused to bow to the political mandates that came with postwar foreign aid (like in the Marshall Plan), the Cold War began & that's where Operation Gladio & Propaganda Due come into play. But what people don't realize about the Cold War is that it had 2 major purposes: 1) the foreign colonies of the former imperial powers in Europe and Japan were trying to revolt, and 2) the capitalist powers (formerly the imperial powers) continued the Nazis war against communism. Or to be blunt, the communist movement sought to empower and arm the conquered "colored" people of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America so they could break free from their European and Japanese colonial masters.

China had been conquered after the 2 Opium Wars and the resulting "Unequal Treaties" left China as a series of vassal states (which Japan then tried to conquer prior to WW2). Communists sought to kick out both the Japanese invaders and the Western-leaning govts in China, of which the latter was forced to flee to Taiwan.

Indochina (roughly Vietnam, Laos, & Cambodia) had been conquered by the French and then by Japan. After Japan was forced to retreat at the end of WW2, the French tried to reconquer them (and they got up to 80% of their war funding from the now-superpower US). The communists sought to kick them out in the "1st Indochina War", and when the French couldn't defeat them, the US and more of its allies invaded in what is known as both the "2nd Indochina War" & the "Vietnam War" (in the US).

Japan had conquered the Korean Peninsula prior to WW2, so the communists sought to kick them out. The resulting "Korean War" left Korea divided into the capitalist South and communist North. (You can probably guess which side the former imperial powers backed.)

Africa had been conquered by European powers during the late 1890s "Scramble for Africa". So of course, the communists sought to kick them out. There were many separate wars on the African continent because of this capitalism-communism Cold War, but the ones in Ethiopia and Angola stand out the most for me (Cuban communists helped the communist faction in Angola).

The Middle East, in particular the former Ottoman Empire, was conquered by European powers after WW1. The communists were just one of the groups that sought to kick the Europeans out. And Latin American govts were getting constant US invasions and meddling ever since the Monroe Doctrine in 1823 (though some European powers still meddled, as well). Various communist and socialist movements tried to kick them out. This is where Mexico's "Dirty War", "Operation Condor", and the other CIA-backed right wing wars against communism and socialism came into play.

Even the US mainland had its own share of the action, since the communists were working with some of the oppressed minorities in the US at the time. For example, the original Black Panthers were proudly communist & taught from the Communist Manifesto. And Malcolm X was killed after he left the Nation of Islam because he'd met many of Africa's revolutionary leaders. He then formed new organizations with the purpose of linking the African American civil rights movement to the decolonization fights that were going on in the rest of the world. For example, he was trying to show that we were facing the same conditions here that people in Nigeria & Congo were facing (both of which were granted independence from their colonial "masters"). So in response to this and our anti-left wing operations all over the world, America launched the "Red Scare" policies and has been demonizing both communism and socialism to this day.

Sorry to go on for so long, but it's all linked together. And even now, I still have much to learn about this subject. For example, I'm convinced that one purpose of the "War on Drugs" is so we can continue meddling in Latin American govts now that the Cold War is over. And the "War on Terror" serves the same purpose, being a post-Cold war pretext to interfere in Muslim majority countries (particularly in the Middle East and Eastern Africa).



posted on Sep, 22 2016 @ 08:59 AM
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a reply to: mike dangerously

I used to work in a cafe in Spain. The owner told me about a fellow American that stopped in everynow and again. Military dude, very quiet. He traveled allot around Europe, and was well off. Very well educated.

I always thought he was just retired until she mentioned he would be called to "work", be deployed somewhere. She would find out as much when he returned saying he was called to work, but she knew he was military.

Once I heard that I thought he was probably a gladio guy.

She last saw him in the early 2000s. Maybe gladio is gone now.


edit on 9 22 2016 by tadaman because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 22 2016 @ 09:03 AM
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a reply to: enlightenedservant

What a great post!



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 02:13 AM
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A great post! EnlightenedServant.Operation Paperclip was also part of these ratlines all of the very 1st Death Squads were founded by escaped Nazis.The Scramble for Africa is still going on just look at the establishment of US Africom.I agree the so-called "War on Terror" being used in Central and South America to maintain the Monroe Doctrine.If you and anyone else are interested in learning more about Operation Condor in Chile here's a link:Chile's coup



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 03:03 PM
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originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: enlightenedservant

What a great post!


originally posted by: mike dangerously
a reply to: enlightenedservant

A great post! EnlightenedServant.Operation Paperclip was also part of these ratlines all of the very 1st Death Squads were founded by escaped Nazis.The Scramble for Africa is still going on just look at the establishment of US Africom.I agree the so-called "War on Terror" being used in Central and South America to maintain the Monroe Doctrine.If you and anyone else are interested in learning more about Operation Condor in Chile here's a link:Chile's coup


Thanks. Ironically, I used to dream of being a conqueror when I was young. So I used to study these things and historical conquerors so I could see how to take over the world by emulating them. I didn't start becoming a pacifist until the 2003 Iraq War. Seeing Bush ignore the pleas for peace reminded me of what they said about Napoleon Bonaparte & how he also ignored the constant cries for peace. Napoleon was one of my biggest "role models/idols" at the time, so it suddenly made me realize that entire perspective was wrong (mainly because I started seeing the victims of wars as living beings instead of as obstacles to a goal- yes it was an insane mindset).

And I agree, the "Scramble for Africa" is definitely still ongoing. But it's hard to know what the truth is, because the West & China (the 2 biggest "sides" now) have completely different procedures there. I tend to lean more towards China's approach, since at least they aren't setting up actual slave colonies like Western countries did. China's also working w/a lot of African govts on infrastructure projects, as if their goal is to have a lot of stable and strong allies there for future alliances.

But I also can't shake a lingering felling that China's "soft power" approach will only last for so long. And that they'll eventually set up their own "Africom" to protect their African investments and regional vassal states allies.
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posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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a reply to: enlightenedservant

That's OP thread worthy in it's self !



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 05:29 PM
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originally posted by: enlightenedservant

originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: enlightenedservant

What a great post!


originally posted by: mike dangerously
a reply to: enlightenedservant

A great post! EnlightenedServant.Operation Paperclip was also part of these ratlines all of the very 1st Death Squads were founded by escaped Nazis.The Scramble for Africa is still going on just look at the establishment of US Africom.I agree the so-called "War on Terror" being used in Central and South America to maintain the Monroe Doctrine.If you and anyone else are interested in learning more about Operation Condor in Chile here's a link:Chile's coup


Thanks. Ironically, I used to dream of being a conqueror when I was young. So I used to study these things and historical conquerors so I could see how to take over the world by emulating them. I didn't start becoming a pacifist until the 2003 Iraq War. Seeing Bush ignore the pleas for peace reminded me of what they said about Napoleon Bonaparte & how he also ignored the constant cries for peace. Napoleon was one of my biggest "role models/idols" at the time, so it suddenly made me realize that entire perspective was wrong (mainly because I started seeing the victims of wars as living beings instead of as obstacles to a goal- yes it was an insane mindset).

And I agree, the "Scramble for Africa" is definitely still ongoing. But it's hard to know what the truth is, because the West & China (the 2 biggest "sides" now) have completely different procedures there. I tend to lean more towards China's approach, since at least they aren't setting up actual slave colonies like Western countries did. China's also working w/a lot of African govts on infrastructure projects, as if their goal is to have a lot of stable and strong allies there for future alliances.

But I also can't shake a lingering felling that China's "soft power" approach will only last for so long. And that they'll eventually set up their own "Africom" to protect their African investments and regional vassal states allies.
It would explain the current attacks by the East Turkestan Islamic Movement in China.The US and NATO do not want them anywhere near Africa.



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 06:25 PM
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Let’s don’t forget the operation going on now started before and since 911.


Its extension is the Syrian black operation. Years from now maybe decades they’ll be something they call maybe Operation Jihad or operation something or other they are clandestinely operating right now with all the false flags all over the place related to terrorism.


It’s clear as a bell the Syrian war is a black operation. The government is literally obsessed with removing Assad. So much so they have virtually risked plunging the modern world into a WWII mode


Of course ostensibly it’s over a pipeline but I think there’s much more involved

Many speculate it is an extension of Operation Gladio still run by the army of the NWO NATO



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 08:10 PM
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originally posted by: zazzafrazz
a reply to: enlightenedservant

That's OP thread worthy in it's self !



Thanks. But I didn't want to take any attention away from Mike's thread. It can be overwhelming and sometimes depressing to get too much of this info at once. Operation Gladio itself is so huge that it alone should be the wake up call that most people need. And it appears that most of the info about it still hasn't even come out yet.

ETA: So I just wanted to point out how Operation Gladio fits into a well designed but corrupt global conspiracy.
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posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 08:18 PM
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Mike wrote thew thread for newer members....and I am embarrassed to say, this older member learned about it from this very thread



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 10:41 PM
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Nothing to be embarrassed about. Gaining new knowledge is amazing! Operation Gladio and the affiliated former Masonic lodge "P2/Propaganda Due" are some of the proven conspiracy theories that I think people need to focus on. Even Italy's billionaire former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was a member of P2, which just lends more credibility to their power.



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 10:49 PM
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a reply to: zazzafrazz You are most welcomed.
I not only I was hoping to teach the newer members something I consider it high praise indeed if even some older posters learn as well.



posted on Sep, 23 2016 @ 11:05 PM
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a reply to: enlightenedservant I would post about P2's involvement in the death of John Paul I but that should be for another thread but suffice to say they are main suspects ( I know main suspects is such a strong phrase these days.)



posted on Sep, 24 2016 @ 04:33 AM
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Here's the post I made about the death of John Paul I :Who Killed JPI?




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