Former Air Force Gets Leaked FBI Docs Showing CIA Complicity in 2002 Anthrax Attacks. He’s Arrested, Tortured, Drugged, Accused Of Spying For Russia And Child Porn
Nothing to see here, folks!
Forced injection of drugs – just like they tried to do to Susan Lindauer. Even if he is a homosexual pedophile, the child porn charges are obviously not the main point here
According to the FBI’s own report, Matt was detained because he was “wanted for questioning in an espionage matter.”
But 9/11 was 14 years ago! It clearly has no more relevance – until you have copies of classified documents that were part of the cover-up.
We’ve known for years – it is acknowledged by everyone now, that the Anthrax Attacks – right after the 9/11 attacks, were an “inside job” and came from a strain of anthrax from a US military lab in Ft. Meade, Maryland. An “insider” was arrested – and later committed suicide – for doing this acknowledged “inside job.”
It was not particularly subtle either – “DEATH TO AMERICA DEATH TO ISRAEL PRAISE ALLAH!” – and the letters were sent to the opposition party politicians that were blocking the PATRIOT Act.
Think back, Dear Reader. Did you actually think that it came from some dusky A-Rabs in Al Qaeda?
The FBI has acknowledged that there was further questioning of Matt during his time in jail, but it will not reveal specifics, saying the reports are “classified.” On one occasion, Matt says, he was restrained naked, with a black pillowcase over his head, and tased. He says that agents interrogated him over and over about WikiLeaks, Anonymous, the Shell, and the Air National Guard. According to Matt, one agent said that he knew the charges of child pornography were bogus, and that he could help get them dropped if Matt chose to cooperate.
Matt also claims that the FBI tried to use his allegiance to his father against him. He says agents produced surveillance photos that showed him sitting in the car with his father outside the Russian Embassy. The agents somehow even had audio recordings of their conversation and knew what he and his father had been discussing.
Leann was another story: She wanted to hear whatever Matt wanted to tell her. If Paul didn’t want to know, so be it — she’d assume the risk. “If anything ever happens to me,” she recalls Matt telling her, “I want you to know what I know.”
But she believes that what she saw was true: the agrochemical company’s culpability in 13,000 deaths, the CIA’s role in the anthrax attacks. She tells more than Matt had recalled, stories that sound too incredible to be true: a report that says the CIA explored plans to put anthrax in a New Jersey bay in order to drum up support for the war. “That’s what they were going to do,” she recalls, “And I remember reading that and saying [to Matt], ‘OK, all right, I know you’re not crazy.’”
But, invariably, many hearing this story now will not be so understanding. “This is real,” she tells me one afternoon as we talk in a Chinese restaurant near her and Paul’s apartment in Ontario. “I saw it,” she goes on, as her voice falters and eyes redden, “and that’s when the lights start going on, and I’m thinking to myself, Now that’s something you’d torture somebody for.”
Now what I’d like to know is what exactly makes a “conspiracy theory.” Thanks to a new clickbait “conspiracy theory” website, http://www.conspiracyclub.co/2015/01/30/cia-admitted-staging-fake-isisbeheading-video/ – one very interesting article was saved from the memory hole.
Washington Post – 2010
(As far as I know, the Washington Post is not considered to be a “conspiracy theory website.”)
Notice how the CIA is desribed as “wacky” – like “wacky” spy Maxwell Smart! These guys are just bumbling fools, comedians – and hilarious!
The agency actually did make a video purporting to show Osama bin Laden and his cronies sitting around a campfire swigging bottles of liquor and savoring their conquests with boys, one of the former CIA officers recalled, chuckling at the memory. The actors were drawn from “some of us darker-skinned employees,” he said.
Now – nobody tell Greg Johnson of Counter Currents or Gregory Hood and Richard Spencer of National Policy Institute, but the Washington Post just reported that all the way back in 2003 the CIA was making fake videos of Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein.
When we said “the videos are fake” – back in 2003, as well as currently with all the ISIS atrocity videos – we got labeled as “conspiracy theorists” and the serious, responsible dissidents – like Greg Johnson and Richard Spencer and Gregory Hood – along with other “alternative dissident” writers like Noam Chomsky and Amy Goodman – all distanced themselves.
In fact, many on the “alt right” denounced the “conspiracy theorists” and instead said, “hey, it’s just Muslims being Muslim!”
I guess they didn’t read the Washington Post.
You know, back in the 50s and 60s – when the current “liberal” regime came into power – the conservatives, the right-wing, the reactionaries….
They were obsessed with foreign Communists. These Communists were “Russians” not the original Bolsheviks of the early days of the USSR. To the conservatives, the right-wingers, the reactionaries – these Russian “Communists” – “Ruskies” – were engaged in a massive world wide conspiracy and responsible for floridation in drinking water. (Hilariously, no one pretends that floride in drinking water has a noticeable impact on dental health these days.)
These conservatives, right-wingers, and reactionaries never seemed to notice that the actual “Communist Conspiracy” attacking their culture and even biological integrity was headquartered in New York, not Moscow.
These days, we have “right wingers,” “conservatives” “alt-righters” and “White Nationalists” thinking that the Muslim Conspiracy – “DEATH TO AMERICA! DEATH TO ISRAEL! PRAISE ALLAH!” – is headquartered in Basra as opposed to at the office of Rita Katz’ SITE Intelligence Group in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
The thing is, White people that have actually heard of SITE Intelligence Group are probably “conspiracy theorists” and are almost certainly critical of Zionism and certain aspects of globalism – whether they are “right wing Whites” or “left wing Whites.”
Yet the “White Nationalist” movement – the most professional blogs, the most educated and best-written of them – want to write off this actual, grassroots “conspiracy theorist,” implicitly – sometimes explicitly – white group.
Because the National Policy Institute and Counter Currents don’t want to “get involved in any conspiracy theories.”
Oh, but that doesn’t mean they actually get to be “respectable” though – Counter Currents was just relieved of their clickbait money at Amazon.com.
So pretending to believe in ISIS … “DEATH TO AMERICA! DEATH TO ISRAEL! PRAISE ALLAH!” …
it’s not buying them anything – is it?
Let’s say one day the Empire decided to invade the rural South. Then, all of a sudden, some Westboro Baptist Church-cum-Kevin Smith’s Red State “Christian” group shows up. Now, it does a perfect job “interpreting the Bible” just like a true Primitive Baptist Church does. Think that Florida church that used to burn the Koran every once in a while. They get massive media exposure, and they are “terrorists” – they even make “terrorist” videos of their crimes.
It all happens far away from your Madison, Wisconsin townhouse, mind you. But you can certainly believe those Crazy Right Wing Religious Racist Nutjob Christians in Dixie would totally be Lynching Negroes and holding secret, Satanic, KKK rallies. Plus, they are probably gay and fuck boys.
Come on, admit it. You’d totally believe it. And there would be plenty of Nice White Liberal bloggers who would get click-bait from these stories.
It’s like outrage porn, right? Arrogant political speeches from Radical Anti-Choice Clinic Bombers.
Now, how easy would it be to find some “real” Christian-Zionist from Texas and have him deliver youtube sermons about nuking Iran for Israel. Or, how about some “real” Muslim from Iran talking about nuking Israel for Islam?
Here’s a handy Hipster Racist fact:
Clerics are cheaper than call girls.
(P.S. – just in case I’m not clear, “Clerics Are Cheaper Than Call Girls” is not some profound statement on religion or sex. It’s more like a statement of basic economic fact. Call girls are like hundreds of dollars an hour. Clerics – rabbis, imams, priests, preachers, and the like – can often be had for something close to minimum wage.)