Leaky things

Today, after a long time, a new post.

But my concern is not to inform you, my readers, about anything. It is more or less a call for independence. A call for curiosity.

Every now and then wikileaks makes its way into the news. The most recent example is the video of american soldiers blowing up reporters and civilians, like children. I think we all heard the pilot’s comment that “it is their own fault, bringing children into the war zone”. I sometimes ask myself, why soldiers are able to keep their limited world view. Is it military education? Education in general? Where is the empathy? And why do they sound and act as if they’re playing a first person shooter?

Questions all over again.

But this video is just a small extract of things, you are able to find on wikileaks. To make your mouth water and to insist that you, dear reader, will take a look yourself, here a few headlines from Wikileaks:

26. Mar. 2010: CIA report into shoring up Afghan war support in Western Europe, 11 Mar 2010
15. Mar. 2010: U.S. Intelligence planned to destroy WikiLeaks, 18 Mar 2008
24. Feb. 2010: Cryptome.org takedown: Microsoft Global Criminal Compliance Handbook
It may be true, that curiosity killed the cat – but it is also true that it died smater…
Now go and find out for yourself!

It’s just begun

This year it seems father christmas had not enough time to deliver all the presents, so Al Qaeda had to help him out. Perfectly created, and in time for opening the presents, an islamic terrorist made his way from Nigeria to the Netherlands further to Detroit. But because of the not so working fuze the bomb didn’t detonate.

This was lucky and I’m glad nothing worse happened, than people being shocked and afraid, but well and alive.

This doesn’t change anything in regard of the questions that have risen inside.

So, a few thoughts on this event.

Thing no.1:

The terrorist’s father had informed the american intelligence about his son becoming more and more extremist when it came to religion and the west. Why didn’t they warn the airports? Why wasn’t he on the list of banned people, who are not allowed to get on a plane?

Thing no.2:

What about the eyewitness, who stated that he saw and heard that the terrorist had no passport. But with the help of another person who claimed that he had to be on the flight and had no passport because he was a refugee, the terrorist somehow got on the flight and into the plane. How come?

Thing no.3:

The man was already known to the intelligence, even before his father informed them about him. He could very easily be found in the terrorist database of american intelligence.

Thing no.4:

Why was he alone? He wasn’t instructed to take over the plane, but one person with explosives sewn into his y-fronts… Comparing it to 9/11, where seemingly 19 persons were needed for 5 planes, well, seems a bit odd, doesn’t it? But we know the ‘scary lonely stranger’ phenomenon, don’t we.

But let’s get to the present section of this event. Yes, to the american and the global governments it was a nice christmas present. Why? Well, if it wasn’t for this event, martial law would have ended on the 31. of december and the world wouldn’t bother about body scanning, as well. Furthermore, because the intelligence could reconstruct the events so very well and precisely, they know, that now Yemen has to be invaded. And Iran, of course.

I wonder which comes first and what lies they will present to cover it all up. Not counting the staged event of Detroit. This was just a means to an end, no more no less. The level of fear has to have stability and continuity, without which, people would be able to wake up and realize what shite is going on.

So we see, the new year brought us our fair share of totalitarian tiptoe in christmas pants, more wars and therefore more money to the arms industry, and a loss of personal control wearing a little christmas bobble hat and it all really did come through the chimney, at least.