May stage terror attacks
Former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal and former Assistant
Secretary of the US Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts expressed his dire warning
that the US government has fallen into the hands of psychopaths and that the
Neo-Cons in the Bush administration may be set to stage another terror attack
in the US as part of a black operation to demolish growing dissent and coerce
the public to rally behind the government once again.
During an interview with the Alex Jones Show, Roberts cited a Capitol Hill
Blue article concerning a leaked
memo circulating between top Republican leaders.
The memo outlines potential strategies to bring their agenda back online, including
the capture of Osama bin Laden, a drastic turnaround in the economy or a resolution
of the war in Iraq.
The most alarming option includes a terrorist attack that would validate the
President's war on terror and "restore his image as leader of he American
This document adds to the mountainous pile of smoking gun evidence of government
complicity in staged terror attacks and other false flag operations. It has
now been declassified, as we already knew, that the Gulf of Tonkin never happened.
It was staged to get us into Vietnam. Operation Northwoods was the official
US government plan to carry out 9/11 style attacks against the American people
and blame it on foreign enemies as a pretext for war.
Publicly published PNAC documents before 9/11 had saliva stains all over them
as Dick Cheney and others talked about helpful Pearl Harbor attacks.
Roberts went further than he has ever gone before in stating that the Neo-Cons
were worse than Hitler and Stalin because they publicly embrace torture and pre-emptive
war, something that past despots at least tried to hide.
As the Senate bill to block torture is blocked by Bush and Cheney, the promotion
of torture in official circles continues.
US National Security advisor Stephen Hadley refused
to rule out torture in the case of an imminent attack, telling CNN's Late
Edition that there are cases where the Bush administration's empty pledge not
to torture would apply.
George Bush' repeated statements of "we do not torture" would certainly
ring hollow to the thousands of disappeared individuals, now subject to God
knows what in secret
ex-Soviet gulag camps all over the Eastern Bloc.
And also to those subject to torture mastermind Donald Rumsfeld's Copper
Green program, which manifested itself with arbitrary rape and fatal beatings
at Camp X-ray and Abu Ghraib.
Paul Craig Roberts said that the US government is in the hands of dangerous
psychopaths who are a disgrace to the human race and who should be arrested
as war criminals and turned over the the Hague.
Roberts outlined his conviction that the torture program was not set up to
gain any kind of real information from accused detainees because torture is
renowned for extracting useless and false information. The real reason for the
torture is to make the terrorists implicate themselves and thus create the perception
of a real terrorist threat.
This is exactly the process in Uzbekistan, where the government was caught
torturing innocent people into confession and then using the confessions as
evidence that the government needed to crack down on terror.
Roberts said that the CIA was aware that the vast majority of detainees are
not terrorists, proven by the fact that Pakistani gangsters admitted to rounding
up innocent people in street sweeps and selling
them to the US government as terrorists for anything up to $25,000. These
people are now at Guantanamo Bay.
Roberts pointed out that only nine so-called terrorists have been brought to
trial and none have been convicted. Why do individuals have to be held for four
years without trial if there is proof that they can be convicted with? Army
interrogators have gone public with their frustrations that these people are
obviously not terrorists but they are still ordered to keep them. Images of
mass ranks of terrorists are pure lies on the part of the insane Neo-Cons.
People who refuse to torture and blow the whistle on it, like General
Janis Karpinsky and Rick
Baccus are ejected and replaced with cadres of torture teams willing to
do the dirty work. Roberts that these torture teams would be turned loose on
US citizens before long.
Roberts said that America is the most hated nation on earth by design and that
the military is completely out of control. The barbarism in Iraq practiced by
the US occupational government will live in infamy when it is historically judged
Paul Craig Roberts is part of a crescendo
of credible voices stepping forward to blow the whistle on the megalomaniacs
in the White House as the insanity of the US government reaches unprecedented