Wednesday, 25 February 2015


Anyone who understands the far-reaching political and cultural implications of Britains's Dirty War of governmental "Kisonian counter terrorism," waged in secrecy, lacking accountability in Ireland, understands, it raises serious issues for the international community. The systematic cover up all the way up to the British cabinet, has created a diseased culture of silence, betrayal, not just in the collective memory, within the victim's communities in Ireland but also a selective one, within the ever expanding British Secret State. 

The legacy of official and unofficial British violence in Ireland, still continues, albeit with current lower intensity, but is ready to explode at any time.In an international context, it is clear the Dirty War techniques, experimented on in Ireland, from the torture of the hooded men of Irish internment, to Abu Graib version in Iraq, to the death squads and psychological terror of counter gang experiments of terror, torture, death squads, generating fear conducted by the Shankill butchers, to the false flags of the Dublin/Monaghan bombings, combined with Ireland's historical experience of eight centuries of British terror in Ireland, knows that a nuclear Dirty Bomb, is well within their arsenal, to be unleashed in the future, in it's proxy wars of Empire building.

Ireland, for geopolitical reasons, is caught in the vice-grip of its eternal machiavellian strategy and it's Imperial aggression. Britain has just declared its intent to withdraw from the European Court of Human Rights next year, while refusing to become a member of the International Criminal Court, giving itself Carte Blanche to International, torture, war crimes, genocide, ethnic cleansing or holocaust, which cost somewhere in the region of seven million Irish lives, already. The downing of two British planes laden with weapons for ISIL is further confirmation if any were needed, of the extremes of treachery, used by Perfidious Albion, and that the insanity of nuclear warfare in the near future, is well within their capacity.

Mon Feb 23, 2015 6:29
Iraqi Army Downs 2 UK Planes Carrying Weapons for ISIL

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraq's army has shot down two British planes as they were carrying weapons for the ISIL terrorists in Al-Anbar province, a senior lawmaker disclosed on Monday.

"The Iraqi Parliament's National Security and Defense Committee has access to the photos of both planes that are British and have crashed while they were carrying weapons for the ISIL," Head of the committee Hakem al-Zameli said, according to a Monday report of the Arabic-language information center of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq.

He said the Iraqi parliament has asked London for explanations in this regard.

The senior Iraqi legislator further unveiled that the government in Baghdad is receiving daily reports from people and security forces in al-Anbar province on numerous flights by the US-led coalition planes that airdrop weapons and supplies for ISIL in terrorist-held areas.

The Iraqi lawmaker further noted the cause of such western aids to the terrorist group, and explained that the US prefers a chaotic situation in Anbar Province which is near the cities of Karbala and Baghdad as it does not want the ISIL crisis to come to an end.

Earlier today, a senior Iraqi provincial official lashed out at the western countries and their regional allies for supporting Takfiri terrorists in Iraq, revealing that US and Israeli-made weapons have been discovered from the areas purged of ISIL terrorists.

"We have discovered weapons made in the US, European countries and Israel from the areas liberated from ISIL's control in Al-Baqdadi region," the Al-Ahad news website quoted Head of Al-Anbar Provincial Council Khalaf Tarmouz as saying.

He noted that the weapons made by the European countries and Israel were discovered from the terrorists in the Eastern parts of the city of Ramadi.

Al-Zameli had also disclosed in January that the anti-ISIL coalition's planes have dropped weapons and foodstuff for the ISIL in Salahuddin, Al-Anbar and Diyala provinces.

Al-Zameli underlined that the coalition is the main cause of ISIL's survival in Iraq.

"There are proofs and evidence for the US-led coalition's military aid to ISIL terrorists through air(dropped cargoes)," he told FNA in January.

He noted that the members of his committee have already proved that the US planes have dropped advanced weaponry, including anti-aircraft weapons, for the ISIL, and that it has set up an investigation committee to probe into the matter.

"The US drops weapons for the ISIL on the excuse of not knowing about the whereabouts of the ISIL positions and it is trying to distort the reality with its allegations.

He noted that the committee had collected the data and the evidence provided by eyewitnesses, including Iraqi army officers and the popular forces, and said, "These documents are given to the investigation committee ... and the necessary measures will be taken to protect the Iraqi airspace."

Also in January, another senior Iraqi legislator reiterated that the US-led coalition is the main cause of ISIL's survival in Iraq.

"The international coalition is only an excuse for protecting the ISIL and helping the terrorist group with equipment and weapons," Jome Divan, who is member of the al-Sadr bloc in the Iraqi parliament, said.

He said the coalition's support for the ISIL is now evident to everyone, and continued, "The coalition has not targeted ISIL's main positions in Iraq."

In late December, Iraqi Parliamentary Security and Defense Commission MP disclosed that a US plane supplied the ISIL terrorist organization with arms and ammunition in Salahuddin province.

MP Majid al-Gharawi stated that the available information pointed out that US planes are supplying ISIL organization, not only in Salahuddin province, but also other provinces, Iraq TradeLink reported.

He added that the US and the international coalition are "not serious in fighting against the ISIL organization, because they have the technological power to determine the presence of ISIL gunmen and destroy them in one month".

Gharawi added that "the US is trying to expand the time of the war against the ISIL to get guarantees from the Iraqi government to have its bases in Mosul and Anbar provinces."

Salahuddin security commission also disclosed that "unknown planes threw arms and ammunition to the ISIL gunmen Southeast of Tikrit city".

Also in Late December, a senior Iraqi lawmaker raised doubts about the seriousness of the anti-ISIL coalition led by the US, and said that the terrorist group still received aids dropped by unidentified aircraft.

"The international coalition is not serious about air strikes on ISIL terrorists and is even seeking to take out the popular (voluntary) forces from the battlefield against the Takfiris so that the problem with ISIL remains unsolved in the near future," Nahlah al-Hababi told FNA.

"The ISIL terrorists are still receiving aids from unidentified fighter jets in Iraq and Syria," she added.

Hababi said that the coalition's precise airstrikes are launched only in those areas where the Kurdish Pishmarga forces are present, while military strikes in other regions are not so much precise.

In late December, the US-led coalition dropped aids to the Takfiri militants in an area North of Baghdad.

Field sources in Iraq told al-Manar that the international coalition airplanes dropped aids to the terrorist militants in Balad, an area which lies in Salahuddin province North of Baghdad.

In October, a high-ranking Iranian commander also slammed the US for providing aid supplies to ISIL, adding that the US claims that the weapons were mistakenly airdropped to ISIL were untrue.

“The US and the so-called anti-ISIL coalition claim that they have launched a campaign against this terrorist and criminal group - while supplying them with weapons, food and medicine in Jalawla region (a town in Diyala Governorate, Iraq). This explicitly displays the falsity of the coalition's and the US' claims,” Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri said.

The US claimed that it had airdropped weapons and medical aid to Kurdish fighters confronting the ISIL in Kobani, near the Turkish border in Northern Syria.

The US Defense Department said that it had airdropped 28 bundles of weapons and supplies, but one of them did not make it into the hands of the Kurdish fighters.

Video footage later showed that some of the weapons that the US airdropped were taken by ISIL militants.

The Iranian commander insisted that the US had the necessary intelligence about ISIL's deployment in the region and that their claims to have mistakenly airdropped weapons to them are as unlikely as they are untrue.

Washington Has Resurrected The Threat Of Nuclear War

By Paul Craig Roberts

February 24, 2015 "ICH" - Foreign Affairs is the publication of the elitist Council on Foreign Relations, a collection of former and current government officials, academics, and corporate and financial executives who regard themselves as the custodian and formulator of US foreign policy. The publication of the council carries the heavy weight of authority. One doesn’t expect to find humor in it, but I found myself roaring with laughter while reading an article in the February 5 online issue by Alexander J. Motyl, “Goodbye, Putin: Why the President’s Days Are Numbered.”

I assumed I was reading a clever parody of Washington’s anti-Putin propaganda. Absurd statement followed absurd statement. It was better than Colbert. I couldn’t stop laughing.

To my dismay I discovered that the absolute gibberish wasn’t a parody of Washington’s propaganda. Motyl, an ardent Ukrainian nationalist, is a professor at Rugers University and was not joking when he wrote that Putin had stolen $45 billion, that Putin was resurrecting the Soviet Empire, that Putin had troops and tanks in Ukraine and had started the war in Ukraine, that Putin is an authoritarian whose regime is “exceedingly brittle” and subject to being overthrown at any time by the people Putin has bought off with revenues from the former high oil price, or by “an Orange Revolution in Moscow” in which Putin is overthrown by Washington orchestrated demonstrations by US financed NGOs as in Ukraine, or by a coup d’etat by Putin’s Praetorial guards. And if none of this sends Putin goodbye, the North Caucasus, Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, and the Crimean Tarters are spinning out of control and will do Washington’s will by unseating Putin. Only the West’s friendly relationship with Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakstan can shield “the rest of the world from Putin’s disastrous legacy of ruin.”

When confronted with this level of ignorant nonsense in what is alleged to be a respectable publication, we experience the degradation of the Western political and media elite. To argue with nonsense is pointless.

What we see here with Motyl is the purest expression of the blatant propagandistic lies that flow continually from the likes of Fox “News,” Sean Hannity, the neocon warmongers, the White House, and executive branch and congressional personnel beholden to the military/security complex.

The lies are too much even for Henry Kissinger.

As Stephen Lendman, who documents the ever growing anti-Russian propaganda, honestly states: “America’s war on the world rages. Humanity’s greatest challenge is stopping this monster before it destroys everyone.”

The absurdity of it all! Even a moron knows that if Russia is going to put tanks and troops into Ukraine, Russia will put in enough to do the job. The war would be over in a few days if not in a few hours. As Putin himself said some months ago, if the Russian military enters Ukraine, the news will not be the fate of Donetsk or Mauriupol, but the fall of Kiev and Lviv.

Former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1987-91) Jack Matlock cautioned against the crazed propagandistic attack against Russia in his speech at the National Press Club on February 11. Matlock is astonished by the dismissal of Russia as merely “a regional power” of little consequence to the powerful US military. No country, Matlock says, armed with numerous, accurate, and mobile ICBMs is limited to regional power. This is the kind of hubristic miscalculation that ends in world destruction.

Matlock also notes that the entirely of Ukraine, like Crimea, has been part of Russia for centuries and that Washington and NATO have no business being in Ukraine.

He also points out the violations of promises made to Russia not to expand NATO eastward and how this and other acts of US aggression toward Russia have recreated the lack of trust between the two powers that Reagan worked successfully to overcome.

Reagan’s politeness toward the Soviet leadership and refusal to personalize differences created an era of cooperation that the morons who are Reagan’s successors have thrown away, thus renewing the threat of nuclear war that Reagan and Gorbachev had ended.

Washington’s foreign policy, Matlock says, is autistic, which he defines as impaired social interaction, failed communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior.

Read Matlock:

Don’t bother with the utter fool Motyl: Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many university appointments. His internet columns have attracted a worldwide following. Roberts' latest books are The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West and How America Was Lost.


Proleprincess· 6 hours ago
These words should fill the hearts of every US American with absolute fear and terror:
As Stephen Lendman, who documents the ever growing anti-Russian propaganda, honestly states: “America’s war on the world rages. Humanity’s greatest challenge is stopping this monster before it destroys everyone.”
Terrorism isn't a real threat to the USA. It's own dysfunction, corruption and incompetence in world affairs endangers everyb citizen in the country.
My recent post my_work


Farflungstar· 1 hour ago
You said it, girl. Ignorant people are terrified of overhyped Islamic terrorism and not paying attention to the back and forth slow escalation with a country that has enough long range nuclear firepower to make the lights go out for a long time here in Der Homeland. The potential costs far outweigh the risks.
It isn't a damn bit different today than it was during the Cold War, I don't care what the propaganda says. In the 80's I remember it was treated seriously as something to be avoided. Everyone loses.
I had a poster in my room of a mushroom cloud which read:
One Nuclear Bomb Can Ruin Your Whole Day
Ideology may change, but this still holds true!


Froggy· 6 hours ago
"Cynics know the cost of everything and the value of nothing" - Oscar Wilde

As much as PCR, and Steve Lendman are two of my favorite all time commentators, I cant help but note how their continual reigniting the nuclear fears issue on radio and print, clouds the real issue of conventional war for peace and profit. Report he diplomatic side, have hope, if your show is called "Progressive Radio News Hour" give us news in war zones, not the same reguritated cynicism week after week. Irrational fear is the enemy, its a trick of warmongers that you shouldn't fall for.

I think the trick is in emphasis, not fear. Push for diplomacy and diplomatic solutions. AVOID cynicism like a disease. Anyone can be a cynic, or be Bill Maher. If your goal is peace, report accurately, push for peace and activism and be a true believer. Peace - it can happen, it can be a reality.

No one is going to push the button and fry us all, so just remind the NeoCon crazies and more sane leaders reading and listening that there HAS GOT TO BE ANOTHER WAY THAN WAR. Lets rise above the animals, use the God given reason you have to improve things for humanity. Lets find a solution to the permanent war economy once and for all.


Nexus789· 5 hours ago
You are missing the very clear point PCR makes. Meaningful negotiations or accommodation will NEVER be possible with Washington. Washington places itself above all other countries and is perfidious to an extreme. Putin now refers sarcastically to 'our friends in the West' at press conferences.

The 'empire of chaos' sees itself as 'exceptional' and 'indispensable'. It is neither. It is a proto-fascist state that has a collapsing economy is trying to maintain a rapidly declining and thoroughly nasty empire.

It is clear that the arrogance and hubris of the morons in Washington does not let them understand the growing Russian and Chinese alliance. Washington thinks the Chinese will invade Eastern Russia. They have this belief as it is what they would do. China and Russia treat other as equals and via trade China will get all it needs from Russia in terms of raw materials and technology.

These clowns will blunder into a massive conflict and they will wish they had never been born. Then it will be over for the rest of us.


Froggy· 3 hours ago
Lets be specfic in terms of examples. Assad and the opposition have been negotiating somewhat successfully to end the Syria war.

Then - as if made to order -fake ISIS beheading videos allow Obama a back door to bomb Syria, just the six American military bases in Israel bombed Syria to ramp up the conflict. Then, Obama orders 400 more US troops to Syria to train the terrorists by spring 2015.

But are the "progressive" Democrat talking heads cover this? No its all fear terror propaganda, scapgoat Islam and the Saudis, Democrats blame Bushs-Iraq (instead of Obamas dethrone Assad war which truly created ISIS thru training the FSA) and so the Democrat talking heads become censors, disinfo agents and cheerlead "the war on ISIS," which in reality is directed at Assad. Assad himself noted the slow or nonexistent progress at "defeating" ISIS because he knows ISIS are not the real target.

So while 'progressive" Democrat talking heads misdirect the audience away from diplomacy, and cheerlead for war - its leaves no coverage or gives no voice for the cause of peace and diplomacy.


Dr. Nomas Kakita· 6 hours ago
According to recent estimates only 8.23% of the US population will survive in mostly rural towns,


Bill of Wrongs· 5 hours ago
So 100% of the population will then be left to watch [Dumb] Fux News.


Nexus789· 5 hours ago
That many. Given the extent of a nuclear winter and background radiation they may might wish they had not survived. All the dumb politicians in the world should be forced to read this site.


Ariel Gail MacLean· 3 hours ago
Everyone has something important and different to contribute to this complex picture, but I also think everyone is forgetting that Russia & China don't need anyone else except one another and seem to be entering into some new kind of cooperative era which is capable of leaving the rest of the world behind (essentially, The Bully USA picking fights whereever it can). The other thing which is not being taken into consideration is the extremely fragile natural of nuclear warfare - just ONE previously-prove-to-be-stupid human being having a bad hair day, and everyone loses. The other fact is that more conventional boots-on-the-ground warfare (if we are even capable of this anymore) requires lead time and planning - just the type of activities we need to provide for the army of professional military strategists who have been sitting around for too long, itching for a job to do. All it takes is less than a decade for an entirely new iteration of America's Best In The World weapons to resupply the War Machine, while everyone waits around with baited breath to hear where they are going to get try them out. I don't think most people quite realize the hold that WAR GAMES has on the hearts and minds of ongoing generations of American males. There is a reason why the USA is the #1 Arms Dealer on the planet (by multiple factors more), and why we have only been NOT in WAR less than 2 decades for our entire existence. War Mongering is our identity, our economy, our spirituality, our psychology, our art, and our science. War is us.


xmastri· 1 hour ago
Aaaaannnd.....the US's only export. It's all the US knows how to do. Not blazing any trails in any other arenas. Oh wait, GMO's too, the other export. And vaccines. Sterilizing ones.


mike· 2 hours ago
Is it really a fight for world hegemony the so called New World Order which hinges on Europe. If Europe is willing to allow itself to be the stage for a conflict between East and West, for WW3 then we are all doomed. There are signs that Europeans are uneasy with this but as yet the propaganda still supports USA policy. In fact that may be the reason that Ukraine is being kept at a relatively low level of prominence in the news cycle, so as not to alarm Europeans. This gives the impression that war is impossible because we haven't been forewarned or prepared yet. It is perhaps designed to be a long low level conflict which without alarming the public will instead slowly accustomize them into acceptance of the insanity of nuclear war. The internet allows those with a will to influence the public, posting on social media, articles that promote awareness of the true situation might consider doing this. If everyone reading ICH makes 10 people aware and they make 10 people aware, you get to millions real fast. We might have the time to do it and our lives may depend on it.

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