A game of chicken?

We are swimming in fake events – the US campaign over who gets to be our next fake president is in full swing. Except for Bernie Sanders, these people are all serious about wanting the job. Bernie is fake, however, working for Hillary. This is quite obvious now.

The attacks in Paris were fake as well, false flag all the way. Anyone with a brain and paying close attention can figure that out. They had their intended effect, I suppose, as most Americans (and apparently French) are not terribly sophisticated about these things.

Meanwhile, there was an incident that is apparently real – Turkey’s military shot down a Russian fighter jet. According to Russian sources, the pilot safely ejected, but other sources say they are dead, possibly murdered on the ground.

Like the Paris attacks, this is a provocation, and a serious one. While Russia and the U.S. were once secretly allied behind the façade of the Cold War, they are now seriously at odds. (Or so it appears. We never can know for sure.)

But Turkish aggression fits – if indeed you know how to read news. The terrorist forces in Syria are a Western creation*, financed by CIA, trained in Saudi Arabia, and supplied by the Americans and French. The Turks maintain the corridor that keeps their supply lines open.

The Russians have launched a military campaign to do something that others only claimed to want to do – put the terrorist forces in the ground. They have succeeded, and in so doing are infuriating the West. Worse yet, Russians have demonstrated military sophistication and might that Langley did not know it possessed.

It only takes a short leap, and not an illogical one, to suggest that Turkey was not acting on its own, but rather on orders from terror central, either NATO headquarters or Langley (perhaps a redundancy). The ultimate objective? Possibly a game of chicken to get the Russians to back down.

There is good reporting going on here and possibly here.
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*This does not mean that the individual fighters for the various false-front groups are aware of the level of deceit. Just as American soldiers imagine they know why they are in Afghanistan, but don’t really, so too would I expect low levels of awareness among fighter for ISIS, al Nusra, al Qaeda, etc.

About Mark Tokarski

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5 Responses to A game of chicken?

  1. steve kelly says:

    Pipline wars.

    “Here is where getting rid of the pro-Iran Assad is essential. In 2009 Qatar approached Bashar al-Assad to propose construction of a gas pipeline from Qatar’s north Field through Syria on to Turkey and to the EU. Assad refused, citing Syria’s long friendly relations with Russia and Gazprom. That refusal combined with the Iran-Iraq-Syria gas pipeline agreement in 2011 ignited the full-scale Saudi and Qatari assault on Assad’s power, financing al Qaeda terrorists, recruits of Jihadist fanatics willing to kill Alawite and Shi’ite “infidels” for $100 a month and a Kalishnikov. The Washington neo-conservative warhawks in and around the Obama White House, along with their allies in the right-wing Netanyahu government, were cheering from the bleachers as Syria went up in flames after spring 2011.” – F. William Engdahl http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-secret-stupid-saudi-us-deal-on-syria/5410130

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  2. steve kelly says:

    Ever run across The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in your internet travels?

    Today I bought soap, hand-made in Kandahar, from an outfit named Arghand. https://www.arghand.org/

    Sarah Chayes, a former NPR reporter and author of “The Punishment of Virtue,” a book I enjoyed during the Bush era, helped Arghand get started. Well, now she’s with Carnegie. Big red flag.

    Anyway, I was thinking about Mathis and looked around a bit more and found this 2004 Voltaire piece. http://www.voltairenet.org/article30044.html So, maybe the CIA isn’t all bad all the time. I’ll be giving some CIA-sponsored soap and lotions as Christmas gifts this year . Or, maybe there’s no connection at all, just coinsidence. Is there a Skull and Bones for women? Just kidding.

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    • I certainly know the name, though I am not familiar with it. What is NOT a CIA front anymore? Agency for International Development, National Endowment for Democracy, god knows how many businesses, most editors and publishers on the payroll, it is, as Mathis somewhere describes it, nothing more than the business end of the oligarchy. If you did an organization chart for our government, you would find on top the oligarchy*, and underneath it some sort of secret council as Clinton referred to (“There is a government within the government, and I don’t control it”), and underneath that the CIA as the agency charged with carrying our foreign and much of domestic policy, with NSA close by. The “President” and executive branch would be staff functions without line authority. The military would operate directly under CIA, a line function.

      Congress would not even be listed, nor would the Supreme Court. This is what we have become. They are window dressing.

      *The oligarchy would operate much as a real democracy does, with each member having input, but decisions resting finally with people appointed to govern, the council referred to by Clinton. When there are disputes within the oligarchy, they often spill over into public debates, as it did post-Tet when it became apparent the Vietnam War was unwinnable. Then the media split behind camps within the rulers.

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      • CJD says:

        The CIA this and the CIA that. The CIA is here. The CIA is there.

        I think the CIA basically plays an intelligence service in the fake reality show of the News. I think everyone who draws a paycheck as a CIA employee basically goes through the motions – collecting fake intelligence- generating fake analysis- writing fake policy recommendations, fake reports, and they run fake operations against fake opponents. The have “secrets” but those are fictions as well. The CIA is just a giant Potemkin intelligence agency that literally operates in a world of complete fiction. And I doubt it even costs that much.

        I’d be surprised if actual career CIA people could tell you much of anything true- as I doubt they have much if any access to it any longer.

        If being a CIA officer or agent ever had any real cache I think those days died a long time ago. Private Intelligence- “Contractors”- run the show. If “Intelligence” could be represented a corporate HQ- the CIA would be the dumb stacked bimbo receptionist.

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