Thursday, November 20, 2008

The F words

Whilst the UK might be the undisputed CCTV/ data mining capital of the world we Brits do currently lag a little behind some other countries when it comes to actual boots on the pavement

I've spent a fair bit of time in Italy this year and its government is leading the way when it comes to deploying combat troops within its own borders

In July the army was deployed to deal with those pesky immigrants...




In September it was shhhh, you know who's turn...




A somewhat unsettling precursor to martial law for some. A welcome return to the good old days for others

The underlying motive for reacquainting Italians with the joys of soldiers on their streets might possibly have something to do with the fact that the Italian economy is, oooh that close, to going completely tits up. A lot of money is currently being bet, in the form of Credit Default Swaps, on the possibility that Italy may default on its debt obligations

In keeping with the retro theme of soldiers on insolvent Italian streets, former Nazi/ CIA/ fascist junta collaborator and freemasonic puppetmaster
par excellence, Licio Gelli also appears to be making a bit of a comeback

Not only is Gelli going to get his own TV show but it is rumoured that, in the wake of his appearance in a series of hard-hitting vermouth adverts, George Clooney is set to play Gelli in a major motion picture of his inspiring life story


Licio Gelli


Gelli's life story is, of course, Conspiraloon Heaven, featuring as it does...

  • False flag, state sponsored terrorism, including train bombings
  • CIA backed destabilisation of democratic governments
  • Shadow governments
  • Corporate corruption of media, religion and politics
  • Massively dodgy banks
  • Lots and lots of Freemasons ...Fascist Freemasons


The only essential ingredient missing from the mix as far as I can tell is a few Zionists, which must be an awful disappointment for those Loons out there who are certain that Zionists are responsible for all of the world's ills

It's no surprise that anti-Loons do their very best to encourage collective amnesia about the whole Gelli/ P2/ Gladio/ Strategy of Tension/ Bologna Bombing thing. What it represents is a very well documented, undeniable example of the kind of covert wickedness we 'tinfoil hatters' believe to be taking place in the here and now. The sheer, all-pervading lameness of the excuses used to discount the significance and implications of the P2 scandal would almost be amusing if the issue wasn't so serious

Now that someone with the powerful gravitas of Clooney is on the case, the days of the conspiracy of silence are clearly coming to an end.

In the meantime, I heartily recommend reading up on The Strategy of Tension/ Gladio because, contrary to the line taken by the ignorant, establishment arse kissing twunts who make up the officially sanctioned voice of dissent, it wasn't that long ago and it wasn't that far away

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edit: and whilst on the subject of Freemasons and their fruity little ways, belated thanks to The Antagonist for this synchronistic snippet...


The Petronas Towers




All in all, it's been a good few years for twin tower symbolism - what with the Tolkien thing and that unfortunate business in New York...

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12 comments:

not anonymous said...

more conspiracy nonsense-

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Anonymous said...

Here in Germany our government is trying to get the ban on using the armed forces in the interior lifted. Some social democrats are trying to at least show some struggle, but we can safely trust the social democrats to do the wrong thing, as they have always done - like in 1914 when they voted for the war, or like in the nineteen thirties, when they refused a joint government with the communists, aiding the rise of you know who ...

Stef said...

well, it's been an interesting 80 year long trip - almost back home now...

Anonymous said...

Mum still on the run.

Stef said...

no shortage of Zionists in that story

anon 22:41 said...

On the subject of Gladio, NATO's Secret Armies by Daniele Ganser is a must read.
Also watch the old BBC documentary Operation Gladio, in which you will experience a great deal of morbid fascination listening to genuine facsist nuts.
There's also a very good and very recent french documentary called Orchestre Noir.

Any self-respecting loon should know Gladio, and the allegory of the cave.

Stef said...

which reminds me of a little claymation, a la Wallis and Gromit meet Plato, I saw a while back

anon 22:41 said...

re Natalie Bracht

Isn't that an old story?? I remember a post about this right here yonks ago about Tony Gosling interviewing that woman, which added a much-needed tinfoil lining to the whole thing.

lwtc247 said...

"as far as I can tell is a few Zionists, which must be an awful disappointment for those Loons out there who are certain that Zionists" - LOL.

But oh, don't you worry about that me old china, they'll be in there somewhere (just like the ol faves: 'coprorate interests' will find good representation also) And if you've ever had the patience to sit through "Day of Wrath(2006)" or seen the very interesting "Snow in Autumn(2001)" you might understand how.

P.S. I advise you "rent them from your local video store" *ahem* and Do NOT read about these movies until afterwards. ALL movies are best watched with no clue whatsoever as to what you're about to see.

Anonymous said...

"re Natalie Bracht

Isn't that an old story?? I remember a post about this right here yonks ago about Tony Gosling interviewing that woman, which added a much-needed tinfoil lining to the whole thing.
"

The new bit of the story is, "Yesterday the High Court gave permission for photographs of the children to be released in the hope that someone will recognise them."

paul said...

It's interesting how mr clooney seems to have cornered the market in spook/parapolitical films, rendering them all in the image of his own goofy blandness.

It all starting going downhill after the triumph of his nespresso adverts.

Water+chemicals=delicious coffee- now that's acting.

Stef said...

I was particularly impressed how he managed to avoid using the 'I' or the 'Z' words throughout Syriana

because, as we all know, the 'I' place isn't in the Middle East at all and is, in fact, located somewhere between Paradise and Texas