Thursday, September 24, 2009

And They Wonder Why Readership And Advertising Revenue Are Dwindling

This story came live a couple of days ago, but I don't believe enough attention has been paid to said story, considering that both New York City free dailies Metro NY and AMNY devoted their second pages to hyping this so-called terror alert.

The FBI on 9/10 alerts the NYPD to an upcoming "terrorist attack." But they went too far with their hype. They tell the NYPD that they are on the trail of something really big, "on the scale of September 11th" or something to that effect. They describe to the NYPD a Denver-based al Qaeda terrorist cell of Afghanis and Pashtuns in the employ of Osama bin Laden who are about to strike, providing some details about the men but little in the way of what they are planning. The important element is the timing and the hype. BIG BIG TERROR ATTACK BY OSAMA BIN LADEN AND AL QAEDA ON 9/11 ANNIVERSARY!!!

The purpose of this false-flag was to stampede public opinion in favor of the disastrous war in Afghanistan, which now requires 40,000 more troops according to General McChrystal. This is why all of the patsies are reported as being Afghanis and Pashtuns.

The NYPD naturally becomes very alarmed by the FBI's information and tells the FBI "we're gonna move on these guys", but the FBI says it wants to wait and gather more evidence, telling the NYPD they know where the men are and have them under around-the-clock surveillance. Here we want to be mindful of the terms "mole", "patsy" and "false-flag," intelligence parlance for an operative burrowed within a law enforcement agency, an innocent dupe, and an intelligence operation masqueradring itself as a terrorist event, respectively. The FBI moles instruct the NYPD to wait because they are protecting their patsies. If the patsies are in jail they can't be scapegoated after the false-flag is carried out.

NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly decides to ignore the FBI and gives an order, raiding three apartments in Queens on 9/14, but they don't find anything and no arrests are made. Probably worth mentioning that the President of the United States is in town on this day.

The FBI is stunned and enraged that Commissioner Kelly ignored their authority and ruined their big false-flag operation. FBI goes ballistic. The tension between the two law enforcement agencies shoots through the roof.

Shortly afterward, the New York Daily News reports some kind of conflict between the NYPD and the FBI because of Commissioner Kelly's decision. Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne says "It is an utter fabrication that the FBI is furious with Kelly or that Kelly fought to shut down the action early", denying that there is any problem. Pay close attention to Browne's words, the truth always surfaces....

The FBI becomes frantic. Their false-flag operation has been blown after they ran all of this BIG HYPE. They have to come up with something and THEY ARE FURIOUS WITH COMMISSIONER KELLY AND THE NYPD...

Amazingly, as these developments are unfolding the New York Daily News somehow became aware of a "confidential five-page FBI document on police corruption" allegedly based upon statements made by John Alite, a Mafia turncoat who is cooperating with the government in it's prosecution of John Gotti Jr. Alite is said by the FBI to have named some very high profile NY police detectives - including the well-known and highly decorated Bo Dietl, whose storied career was made into the film "One Tough Cop" - as corrupt cops who fed information to the NY Mafia. A driver for Manhattan DA Robert Morgenthau was also accused, along with Suffolk County police officer Nicholas Tobia, was once honored as "cop-of-the-month" for busting a rapist and another well-known NYPD Detective named Joe Coffey.

So who told the New York Daily News about this "confidential" FBI report?

What the FBI has done to the NYPD here is something similar to what Karl Rove did to John Kerry during the 2004 US presidential race. Rove attacks Kerry's military background, right, his most formidable quality as a candidate. The FBI is doing the same thing in slandering these highly decorated and high-profile NYC/Suffolk County cops.

The FBI moles must have had a bout of temporary insanity or suffered some kind of emotional breakdown. Should we now expect Bo Dietl and all of these other accused gentlemen to face some kind of federal prosecution? Wow.

As of now the FBI is scrambling to produce something, anything for the sake of salvaging their blown operation.

You didn't read this in any newspaper...and you should've; instead, you were presented with a rambling diatribe of maybes, might-haves and non-events.

Speaking of "rambling diatribes", is this really the message America wishes to send abroad - if we cannot enlist you in our coterie of tin-pot dictator, a la Pinochet, Noriega, etc., we will simply denigrate your efforts at mediation as "an address that lasted 96 rambling minutes"? Even worse, before Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadenijad began, the U.S. delegation walks out on his speech?

What the hell is this shite? "It's my ball, and you don't play by my rules, I'm taking it and going home?"

I thought the U.N. was a place for adult dialogue, not hissy fits.

I understand that from listening to broadcasts from 1010WINS that some still consider the elections in Iran to have been gamed; yet, there is no word in regards to the elections in Afghanistan, where it was widely reported; albeit, not in "mainstream media"; that not only were ballots pre-marked for Hamid Karzai, but that ballots from precinct known to not have turned out votes for the puppet dictator were helicoptered into a ravine!

You can't make this crap up!

So...having said all that, I want to impress upon the news organizations - your role is NOT as lapdogs for the government; your role is as watchdogs AGAINST government wrongdoing and watching out for WE THE PEOPLE.

When you retake your proper role, you will see your readership return.


Almost forgot - Subverted Nation posted the Good Ole Boy Podcast #2 yesterday! I listened to it last night - hoo boy, are you in for a treat.

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