by Greely M. Horace, News and Commentary for CPW News Service
By now the tragic death of GlobalPost’s Jim Foley at the hands of a left handed ISIS operative with British accent has captivated the American imagination and laid the groundwork for an invasion of Syria should President Obama decide to make it.
This is, of course, on top of a mountain of American mistakes in Iraq. These include the failure to adequately establish a workable government there; to reign in the corruption that brought Col. Theodore “Ted” Westhusing to declare he would be “sullied no more” before his confrontation with General David Petraeus about Iraq’s issues; the tapping....hell, "draining".... of the American “arsenal of freedom,” much of which is returning to the U.S. in the form of Defense Department "gifts" to local law enforcement for the ramp-up of police militancy at home; the morphing of a GWB-promised $60 billion war that would be paid largely from Iraq's oil revenues into a U.S. tax-payer paid war of several trillion dollars.
Now, it can be argued that though over 3,000 people were killed by the Nazi V-2 rockets built by Wernher Von Braun and that somewhere between 12,000 and 20,000 slave laborers died while building them, that the U.S. needed Von Braun's expertise to get to the moon. It can be argued that although Neal and Linden Blue's business partner was the despicable Nicaraguan dictator and murderer of Bill Stewart, Anastasio Somoza Debayle, that this fact should not color our perceptions of the hands on the U.S. drone's kill-buttons, but it does. The CIA is not the USA!
"Such a weapon of denial ability is clearly a threat to battlefield journalists and truth-tellers of all sorts and in the hands of the CIA, with Linden's connections to Skull & Bones and the conflicts of interest are glaringly obvious. Anyone who has seen the film Gravity with Sandra Bullock and George Clooney know that flying may make us feel free, then invincible and then god-like and dreaming of when we were kids dropping water balloons down on people's heads from a tall building, but sooner or later we must come back down to earth where real people live. Anyone who has read the book Bananas....not Dan Koppel's apologetic work, but Peter Chapman's Bananas: How the United Fruit Company Shaped the World and you will see there the chilling legacy of the CIA's stewardship of planet earth....when South and Central American bananas like those harvested by Somoza and Blue boys were dying from disease and the healthier Indo-China variety was imported to replace them, then the defoliation efforts through Agent Orange provided a monopolistic edge that would have had Teddy Roosevelt....the conservationist that he was.....blowing the heads off of the Blue brothers and Somoza, but not from a distance of cowardly deniability!" said Central and South America watcher Fabian Colbachi.
Robert E. White on October 6, 2000
Was the Nicaraguan soldier who blew away Bill Stewart on the street in 1980 acting as a “drone” for the U.S. backers of Somoza in order to keep the story of the “October Surprise” from coming to light before the November election seven months after Stewart's death? It begs the question especially when General Alexander Haig recalled both Binns and White so quickly after the November 1980 election with Binns being replaced with the future expert with George Tenet and General Colin Powell in Niger's provision of yellow cake uranium to Saddam Hussein.
So today, we wonder why Central America is such a dangerous place and why people the world over hate drones? Bill Stewart could have told us! The truth is always covered by a swarm of lies and the journalist who seeks to shoo them away may be inviting them to light on his or her corpse.
"With the Blue's Predator/Reaper drones costing about $38 million each, the Chinese are perfecting their own at about a million each with expansive production facilities and a memory of the New England Brahman China Trading class....progenitors of Yale's CIA elite, dumping of Pakistani, Afghanistani, Indian and Turkish opium on the Chinese people in exchange for their silk and other goods.... and the future looks, well, interesting from either the ground or at 30,000 feet!" said Colbachi.
"A close analysis of the ABC's camera man's film of Bill Stewart's death shows the soldier on the ground getting his orders from an eye in the sky, likely in direct communication with Somoza," said Colbachi. "The soldier orders Bill Stewart to the ground then turns and looks up to the sky as if to say 'did I get the right journalist?' Then he turns back and shoots him at point blank range. The same can be done with battlefield journalists the world over which has me saying my prayers daily for the Christian T. Millers, Jeremy Scahills and other battlefield journalists," said Colbachi.
|Bill Stewart's killer looks to sky for his "orders" |
(at 27 seconds into video, repeated at 1:00).
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