U.S. behind the Korea conflict?

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U.S. behind the Korea conflict?

Post  Sputnik on Mon 29 Nov 2010, 09:57

North Korea says South Korea used civilians as human shields on purpose.

Do you guys remember this recent incident?


Looking hard for a way to get China into a conflict huh...

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Post  tgII on Mon 29 Nov 2010, 12:27

North Korea has been kept on the back burner all these years; sort
of like the bad guys kept on ice for good times.

EU is going to shit in a hand basket fast; time to pull out the
neighborhood extorted bullies. Watch for a 'Gulf of Tonkin' type
incident to spark an all out shooting war. The fuse has been lit.

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Post  Sputnik on Mon 29 Nov 2010, 17:37

Iran called the new Wikileaks bogus an inside attempt to stir the shit.. lol!

The United States has told France that Israel could strike Iran without US military support but the operation might not be successful, according to a leaked document published on the WikiLeaks website.

Israel is most definetely not gonna do the Jesus sacrificial stance for the cabal...they would get dusted off their calcium or does anyone really thinks the Iranian's haven't obtained plenty nukes by now? They simply can't go pre-emptive on Iran...that's why they now pull out the North Korean despot for his grand finale..like you said, they gotta have to start their showdown somehwere..

But that will all fail if they can't make Russia or China retaliate..and they damn know that and hopes could rest on the possibility of them not really being in the mood for it..

I guess we'll know by the end of this year....busy militarist bees tinkering a soap drama for the anglesaxon sheeple units..and everything is fine as long as they don't have to smell their own blood...or start to wonder what a fucked up twentyfirst century is like with all the unemployment and austerity fraud pressure, they may get a Déjà-vu of kinds..with *nazi"Heil"cough* traumata's re-emerging from the collective subcious.

And instead of running to pee party rallies the Americans should just stay home and train to become total rejectors of the failing system by ignoring phony solutions, simply keeping the feet still and avoid to vote in the next Führer-to-be. They would really hate to go down like that. Another war will just be the final nail in the american coffin.

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Post  tgII on Mon 29 Nov 2010, 23:48

  • Iran called the new Wikileaks bogus an inside attempt to stir the shit..

Iran is completely on key with this observation. People need to
start some serious thinking here.

Wikileaks is anti-American subversion. It does indeed look like a
"Fabian mechanism". Where are the leaks on the Russian military,
or the ChiComs? Dead silence there.

And I will bet anything it is coming through the British and their
agents and their sophisticated intelligence apparatus running
through several organizations in the United States; look carefully
at the infrastructure and design of Wikileaks.


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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 30 Nov 2010, 11:37

I would have to agree concerning wikileaks.

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Post  Sputnik on Tue 30 Nov 2010, 12:27

They make such a farce out of it....the info this time is nothing but gossip and it damages all other internet groups, TV newspeak says: whistleblowers are irrespnsible.

Btw, there was a terror attack in Iran, killing one of their nuclear physicists...

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Post  tgII on Wed 01 Dec 2010, 01:47

Pulling the plug on Wikileaks: counter-intelligence review by TGII.
It is going to become very complex.

Source: All open source intelligence. Watch your enemies closely,
they often brag about their victories.

Excerpt of an interview with Julian Assange. When these banks collapse
D2 Banking steps in. Yup, all according to plan alright. If the intelligence
agencies really wanted this guy he would already have a bullet in his head.
He is being protected by Crown Agents/Guilds and D2 Banking. This is part
of DK Matai's conflict strategy applied to economic factors.

Forbes has recently interviewed Wikileaks' Julian Assange about the NEXT
Wikileaks release and it will be a BIG ONE for our camp. He's going to
release incriminating emails about a "large US Bank". I would expect it
to be Bank of America and it will likely relate to the Global Mortgage
Fraud but there is also the possibility that the bank will be JP Morgan in
which case the entire world will blow up.

Here's an excerpt from the interview. Assange's comments in bold:

  • These megaleaks, as you call them that, we haven't seen any of those from the private sector.

    No, not at the same scale for the military.

    Will we?

    Yes. We have one related to a bank coming up, that's a megaleak. It's not as big a scale as the Iraq material, but it's either tens or hundreds of thousands of documents depending on how you define it.

    Is it a U.S. bank?

    Yes, it's a U.S. bank.

    One that still exists

    Yes, a big U.S. bank.

    The biggest U.S. bank?

    No comment.

    When will it happen?

    Early next year. I won't say more.

Wikileaks smelled fishy all along if anyone was really paying attention:
just look at all the media mafia coverage they're getting (Guardian,
Al Jazeera, Russian press. These are all Fabian-controlled outlets, as
far as I can tell). And Julian Assange is just creepy looking.

It figures the British establishment cabal would play the tired CIA/Mossad
dialectical card again. (Hey, throw Soros in there too: like Gore, he's
being paid lavishly to take a few punches for his handlers.)

Remember Gary McKinnon, the British hacker? These guys are fronted
by the Crown. ; and of course going after DK Matai. D2 crook banking
must NOT emerge as a viable option: like the CCX, it must be demolished
along with the CDP.

This is a description of D2 Banking (mi2g) developed by DK Matai and
this bank is preparing to become the bank of all banks. That's why
they are going after American banks in which I believe JP Morgan's
fate is now on the line. Everyone is going to have to get up to speed
very quickly on what is coming down with digital banking because this
bank is set to become your God. I would suggest doing a search and
read everything you possibly can about DK Matai and D2Banking (mi2g).

  • From where does the data in the SIPS and EVEDA originate?

    mi2g is principally reliant on data for SIPS and EVEDA from a number of sources:

    1. Personal relationships at CEO, CFO, CIO, CISO level within the banking, insurance and reinsurance industry in Europe, North America and Asia. We have been involved in pioneering cyber liability insurance cover for Lloyd's of London syndicates which has given us access to case histories since the mid 1990s. [these people design disasters and then profit from them - that's what Fabian Socialists do best]

    2. Monitoring hacker bulletin boards and hacker activity. We have several white hat hackers who we use for penetration testing and developing our Bespoke Security Architecture that feed digital risk information through to us on a continuous basis including vulnerabilities, exploits and the latest serious attacks they are aware of.

    3. We maintain anonymous communication channels with a large number of black hat hacker groups.

    Cases of systems attacked are systematically screened by Intelligence Unit personnel to ascertain hacker motivation and country of origin. Domain specific knowledge such as hacker contact details and the relationships between hacker groups are extracted automatically.

    EVEDA collects its information from a variety of open sources and calculates the economic damage associated with a particular digital attack based on a unique set of algorithms developed by the mi2g SIPS team in conjunction with risk analysts and economists. http://mi2g.net/cgi/mi2g/press/faq.pdf

These algorithms are the critical component in all this. Were these
'hackers' testing the system to eventually bring it down concerning
the recent financial and banking collapse in America?

Perhaps in another thread I can trace back Julian Assange's connections
to some pretty advanced concepts in algorithms. And remember Daniel
who was killed on 9/11? He wrote some incredibly advanced
algorithms for Akamai Technologies. Without his algorithms the internet
would not be possible nor would sending emails like through hotmail.com.

Kind of makes you think Daniel Lewin's Akamai was a competitor to the
City of London, no? Is that why he was murdered on 9/11?

And the target will be JP Morgan, I believe – although the City of London
cabal can probably sink either bank at will. (JP Morgan was founded as a
British bank, I believe; and Bank of America was founded as an Italian

In the late 1980s, Julian Assange was a member of a hacker group named
"International Subversives," going by the pen-name "Mendax" (derived
from a phrase of Horace: "splendide mendax," or "nobly untruthful").

What all manner of deluded idealists don't comprehend is that the means
become the end here. Julian Assange must be declared to be on the
payroll of Crown Agents, paid through D2Banking by the Guild of Contract
Hits out of the City of London.

Julian Assange's work along with his partner Cynthia Dwork developed
this software called 'deniable encryption'. Cynthia Dwork while completing
her PHd at Cornwell had John Edward Hopcroft as her 'adviser.' Did Julian
Assange use 'human rights' organizations as an agent to infiltrate?

He is the perfect actor; and did anyone happen to investigate his
background with several cults related to the New Age (unmistakeably
traced back to Britain):

  • Assange's parents ran a touring theatre company. In 1979, his mother remarried; her new husband was a musician who belonged to a controversial New Age group led by Anne Hamilton-Byrne.

Americans had better become really adept really fast at framing a
simple, accurate geopolitical narrative here: because the British are
still running circles around us...and the fucking military and intelligence
apparatus...they're out having lunch.

"We have the moral obligation to think hard." Blaise Pascal

Whoever runs the best and most secure algorithms owns the internet;
and banking. And I haven't even discussed how these networks have
been using an extremely elaborate network of snuff films, sextortion and
pedophilia to extort leaders in corporations and government for
concessions to all this?! Where does Julian Assange fit into that?

And understand too, that without these sophisticated algorithms,
9/11 would have been impossible to coordinate. Here is an explanation
of what is called the 'bipartite graph' algorithm developed by John Edward
Hopcroft at Cornell
. It is just an example of an algorithm but it gives you
an idea as to its complexity; my comment in blue:

  • Bipartite graphs are useful for modelling matching problems. An example of bipartite graph is a job matching problem. Suppose we have a set P of people and a set J of jobs, with not all people suitable for all jobs. [did this algorithm or one just like it determine the complicated outcomes of the London-based attacks on 9/11?] We can model this as a bipartite graph (P, J, E). If a person px is suitable for a certain job jy there is an edge between px and jy in the graph. The marriage theorem provides a characterization of bipartite graphs which allow perfect matchings.

    Bipartite graphs are extensively used in modern Coding theory, especially to decode codewords received from the channel. Factor graphs and Tanner graphs are examples of this.

And finally, this in a recent email to me:

  • notice how britain is not talking about charges against Assange Dana?...

    and how Assange is hiding outside London...Dana?

Nothing has fucking changed in 240 years; the only thing that has
changed is that this war has gone technical in a very big way.


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Post  tgII on Wed 01 Dec 2010, 23:34

The promotional video for this weapon is like an info-commercial
isn't it? The narrator describes 'a family of ammunition'; yeah,
we're a killing family alright.

Under controlled training conditions they will be using computer
simulation to reduce life cycles of the weapons and decrease cost
on ammunition (I understand each round comes in at between
300-400 USD per round). That's an expensive way to kill
Afghanistan poppy farmers protecting their economic interests.

Here's a video to remind viewers where these ATK weapon systems
will be used:

What about collateral damage; seems the potential for that
increases ten-fold since these rounds cover an specific area with
a burst of shrapnel. Kind of wondering too, how can the soldier
aim this thing and program it effectively if he, or she (for the PC
crowd), is under intense incoming fire? What happens if the 'war
on terror' is declared officially over?

I guess FBI operatives are going to have to come up with another
21 year-old stooge from Yemen to play patsy to keep the war
going then? What we should do is track down this ATK Company
and its board of directors
and I bet you will find a retired general
from the Army sitting on its board of directors, hell, maybe even
the damn president/owner of the company, with direct ties to
defense contractors and government contracting people at the

Turns out ATK Systems is the largest ammunition manufacturer in
the world.

Give me a couple of days and I bet I could track down every
principle and person involved in this company including their contract
for how much they were paid by the government to develop
prototypes for this company. How sad, the only thing America really
produces anyone wants are weapons. Do you know what would really
flip me right out? Is if this company turns out to be a subsidiary of BAE

Okay, too tempting; so I did some poking around for ATK Systems
and turns out to be part of Alliant Techsystems
. It means that unless
this company can come up with a good reason not to be designing
weapons system, they require a thriving trade in Taliban terrorism
(terrorist is a euphemism for opium producers interests of the Crown
in Afghanistan) to maintain sales:

  • Alliant Techsystems Inc., most commonly known by its ticker symbol, NYSE: ATK, is one of the largest aerospace and defense companies in the United States with more than 18,000 employees in 22 states, Puerto Rico and internationally, and 2010 revenues in excess of an estimated US$4.8 billion. The company headquarters is located in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota.

And sales to Israel?! The Israeli IDF will be fascinated with this

What's amusing is to go to ATK Systems website and have a
look around; ATK Systems also produces sports equipment.
Sports equipment?!!! Like holy shit, now go back and view that
promotional video again for this new weapon Flames posted, it's
like watching a commercial for a piece of fucking sporting

It's like hunting deer in Afghanistan:

  • Taliban 'terrorist' poppy grower out in
    his field

    White tail deer just seconds before he is hit with a laser
    guided ATK Systems 25mm exploding projectile


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