posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 12:42 PM
Originally posted by Wildbob77
I'm shocked to here that an invasion has taken place and there is little or no coverage in the main stream media.
I don't know about the media source But I encourage people to read the article.
Is this really a terrorist attack?
Is this really part of Al Qaeda?
Why is it not being reported.
(visit the link for the full news article)
It is quite an eye opener!
What it actually comes down to as to "naive" we all seem to the so called "activism" we see reported. Those "lone heroes" that help some
children in impoverished countries and so forth. Activists that "seemingly take on the government/bureaucracy etc. to do the "right thing."
All in essence a well orchestrated plan for a much bigger cause.
Just a few days ago someone posted about this terror organization giving us a lecture on the dissolving of the sultanate of Sulu. I cant find the
thread now. Found it interesting but had personally a "WTF?" reaction. Now seeing this it makes a lot more sense. So then if the worst "nutcase
claim" fits the agenda of TPTB, then these morons will support any crack pot and call it "liberation movement".
Sorry if I sideline it here a bit:
But I wanted to post since some weeks already a claim that I see most "terrorist acts" as false flags, period. Since "terrorist" is a definition
used by one side, "liberation" is the same for the other side. And there I had had a problem with since the 1960/70 when the whole
PLO/RAF/Bader-Meinhof wave started in Europe.
I was just then in the army and learning about 'armed resistance behind the lines' or "Partisan action" as we simply referred to it. And back then
out instructor already said, that these acts are "stupid". They have absolute no value in terms of a military achievement. All it achieved was the
start of the "surveillance legislation" in various countries. And it all happened when Europe just was about to enter an age of enlightenment,
personal freedoms, and shedding its conservative past.
Comparing the so called 'terrorism' to real actions that i.e. the Russian and Yugoslav Partisans did or the French Resistance, that focused
primarily on military targets, and yes spies and informants are military targets, all this 1960+ to present "terrorism" is totally useless and
insane. Thus I always now think that it is simply part and parcel of a much more sinister agenda and not what the base slogans of such "fronts"