Did I throw in enough adjectives to give you an idea of who these “people” are? Seriously, who would say that murdering 500,000 children in order to unseat an inconvenient CIA asset in iraq who actually asked the US ambassador for guidance about kuwait before he invaded it was “worth it”? A director of the CFR, that’s who. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeleine_Albright
“Evil” doesn’t really do these people justice. Thank god they’re on “our side”. Just keep sending them money and clueless young men and maybe they’ll leave us alone for a little while longer.
He forgot 9/11. Give them a few years and they’ll be talking openly about that too. They like to rub our noses in it. Oh yeah, the “washington institute for policies that wreck the lives of millions of people in far away places” isn’t the CFR. After all, there are a different number of words in their names. And the CFR is financed by JP Morgan, not Chase Manhattan. Or is it the other way around? Or are they one and the same?
Ok so lucifer doesn’t want us to read alternative media. Any questions?
Foreign Policy [sic: foreign affairs], the house organ of the Council on Foreign Relations, has reposted an article by Daniel Byman, a government insider and senior fellow at the Brookings Institute. Byman’s article, Should we treat domestic terrorists the way we treat ISIS?: What works—and what doesn’t, calls for a police and surveillance state focus on domestic “rightwing terrorist” individuals and organizations.
Byman’s point of departure is Stephen Paddock, the millionaire accused of killing 58 people attending and country and western festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. The government has yet to establish a political or religious motive for the attack, and yet Byman writes Paddock fits “a stereotype of a right-wing terrorist more than a jihadist one.”
From there Byman conflates Paddock’s alleged violence with that of James Alex Fields Jr., the “white supremacist” who drove a car into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville. “Fields’ use of a car to drive through a crowd resembles nothing more than the vehicle attacks that we’ve seen in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Nice, and other cities in the past two years,” Byman argues.
From there Byman wanders far afield. He pairs the 2015 attack on a Planned Parenthood Clinic and a black church in Charleston to the sniper attack in Las Vegas. He argues the government should treat domestic terrorism incidents the same way it treats attacks by the Islamic State. …
The mask is falling away. What will these luciferian terrorists http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/10/how-to-stop-terror-attacks/ do next?