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Forum Post: Our Government Are Sick F*cks !!! Operation Northwoods Declassified.

Posted 6 years ago on April 15, 2012, 2:28 a.m. EST by Reneye (118)
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Our Government Are Sick F*cks !! Operation Northwoods Declassified.

Don't think for a minute, that they haven't used similar practices all along.


A. Incidents to establish a credible attack:

(1) Start rumors (many). Use clandestine radio.

(2) Land friendly Cubans in uniform "over-the-fence" to stage attack on base.

(3) Capture Cuban (friendly) saboteurs inside the base.

(4) Start riots near the base main gate (friendly Cubans).

(5) Blow up ammunition inside the base: start fires.

(6) Burn aircraft on air base (sabotage).

(7) Lob mortar shells from outside of base into base.

(8) Capture assault teams approaching from the sea or vicinity of Guantanamo City.

(9) Capture militia group which storms base.

(10) Sabotage ship in harbor; large fires – naphthalene.

(11) Sink ship near harbor entrance. Conduct funerals for mock-victims.

A "Remember the Maine" incident could be arranged: We could blow up a US ship in Guantanamo Bay and blame Cuba. Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation.

We could develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington.



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[-] 3 points by TikiJ (-38) 4 years ago

US states it will continue to force feed the prisoners at Gitmo- CNN 7/3/13

These prisoners are so disenfranchised that they just want to starve themselves and die. Thats their best option at this point, in their minds.

And we are forcing the food down their throats.

This is some sick ass shit.

[-] 2 points by Renneye (3874) 4 years ago

The US government, indeed most 'Global governments', are off their rails.

I so look forward to the day when the US, and indeed all nations whose governments abuse their people, realize they are as strong as Egypt's people are...as they just showed the whole world.

Gitmo wouldn't last a day, if the populace could understood how much power we have...

"We Are Many, They Are Few" ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley

I happened to be at the computer when you commented on this old thread.

I jolted, when I saw it. So I thought I'd better check the old moniker of 'Reneye' (one 'n' ), in case someone else commented throughout the day.

I had a few different Ren(n)eyes, way back when I was getting banned periodically, thanks to a certain troll at the time. We've since buried the hatchet. He doesn't tattle on me any more, and I don't call him a nincompoop in return.

Thanks a whole bunch, TikiJ...for bumping this thread. I love it! It's right up there with my 'Operation Gladio' thread which unfortunately got shadow banned. :(

Oh well...baby steps.

[-] 3 points by Middleaged (5140) 4 years ago

Drones cause 10 times more civilian deaths than manned planes. July 02, 2013 http://rt.com/usa/drones-death-casualties-civilian-558/

I think I was going to post this as a sort of Operation Gladio or Operations Northwoods kind of scandal. I lost the train of thought.

Speaking to The Guardian’s Spencer Ackerman, Larry Lewis of the Center for Naval Analyses claimed United States-led drone strikes in Afghanistan are not only more likely to cause civilian casualties than traditionally piloted planes, but the impact of UAVs is 10-fold what would be found by using more antiquated air ships.

Lewis has conducted multiple studies on the use of drones in Afghanistan and made his recent determination after reviewing data pertaining to air strikes that occurred there between mid-2010 and mid-2011, Ackerman reported.

“Lewis told the Guardian he found that the missile strikes conducted by remotely piloted aircraft, commonly known as drones, were 10 times more deadly to Afghan civilians than those performed by fighter jets,” Ackerman wrote.

Center for Naval Analyses is a not-for-profit organization that serves the public's interests by providing in-depth research and solutions-oriented analyses to help decision makers choose the best course of action in setting policy and managing operations. CNA is not an acronym. It represents the parent organization of the CNA Institute for Public Research, a not-for-profit research and analysis organizations serving all levels of government, and the CNA Center for Naval Analyses, the federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It also provides research and analysis services to other military and government agencies to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of U.S. national defense efforts.


[-] 2 points by Renneye (3874) 4 years ago

I just don't know how these people can sleep, Ma.

For over 60 years, they've been here and hardly anyone knows of them.

A horrible think tank with corrupted science behind them to make the US army into a stealthier, cunning, killing machine under the guise of 'social research'. Disgusting. Like the Tavistock Institute, but weaponized.


Will genuine love ever guide the hearts and minds of the .01%?

Eva Cassidy ~ Imagine - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb881I4smow&list=PLB4DC168D7A15B11D

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 4 years ago

Y Use the Peace Sign when you get a picture taken Y . Y Peace. What an Icon John Lennon was. Peace. Y The young people will change the world. Just Imagine Y.

[-] 2 points by richardkentgates (3269) 6 years ago

and in the face of this, an audit of the pentagon and DHS gets no traction. Whatever. Echo chamber, thats all we're doing.

[-] 2 points by Reneye (118) 6 years ago

Hang in there 'rk', you have great insight on this forum. We may feel like nothing is happening, but trust me, "they" are hanging on our every word. Just putting our ideas and showing them our knowledge of truth 'down on paper' so to speak, in the written word is important. It IS creating change, you'll see.

[-] 2 points by shadz66 (19985) 6 years ago

SOLIDARITY !!! Excellent and necessary comment !! Thanx and I wish to associate myself with this sentiment and "Nil Desperandum" !

Further, I draw urgent attention to :

fiat lux et veritas vos liberabit ...

[-] 2 points by Reneye (118) 6 years ago

O-M-G !!! That is unbelievable! I just watched the first 6 minutes and I've set aside an hour tonight to watch the whole thing.

Are these guys still alive and breathing? Brave souls for coming forward !!

[-] 2 points by shadz66 (19985) 6 years ago

Be sat down safely with a cool reviving drink to hand tonight and ..

"strap in tight Dorothy ... cos Kansas is going 'bye-bye" !!!

pax et lux ...

[-] 2 points by Reneye (118) 6 years ago

Yes I think this calls for a 'ruby red' wine! Thanks !!

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 6 years ago

Yes, I think everyone can see the DHS is a bloated mess with compartmentalized budgets, redundant missions, redundant activities, huge construction projects, huge, huge staff and employment rolls, etc. It's bigger than big. It's huge!

And normally when a department is created, there is never a time when it is reduced and Eliminated. Add an intelligence agency and it never goes away in the USA. of course the intelligence coordination won't get any better either. Budget cuts actually are the only time governments get more efficient.

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 6 years ago

Yes, I was thinking of posting something related to Operation Northwoods false pretext for war on Thursday.

So what do we have:

1) Vietnam was started by a false flag operation, claiming the Vietnamese fired on our ship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag (there never could be a real threat from a nation 5000 miles away) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_of_Tonkin

2) Operation North Woods was a plan for false flag operation in the USA to blame Cuba and start a war (only prevented by JFK someone that had been to war before and a democrat).

3) Operation Ajax by CIA in Iran in 1953.

4) Gleiwitz incident in 1939 involved Reinhard Heydrich fabricating evidence of a Polish attack against Germany.


5) Linguist and anarcho-socialist theorist Noam Chomsky has suggested that "military-industrial complex" is a misnomer because (as he considers it) the phenomenon in question "is not specifically military."[15] He claims, "There is no military-industrial complex: it's just the industrial system operating under one or another pretext (defense was a pretext for a long time)."[16]

6) Major General Smedley D. Butler instrument of Corporations in his Military Service.

War Is a Racket is the title of two works, a speech and a booklet, by retired United States Marine Corps Major General Smedley D. Butler. In them, Butler frankly discusses from his experience as a career military officer how business interests commercially benefit from warfare.

It contains this key summary: "War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small 'inside' group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes." In another often cited quote from the book Butler says:

I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. A) I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. B) I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. C) I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. D) I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902-1912. E) I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. F) I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. G) In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.

The book is also interesting historically as Butler points out in 1935 that the US is engaging in military war games in the Pacific that are bound to provoke the Japanese. "The Japanese, a proud people, of course will be pleased beyond expression to see the United States fleet so close to Nippon's shores. Even as pleased as would be the residents of California were they to dimly discern through the morning mist, the Japanese fleet playing at war games off Los Angeles."

Butler explains that the excuse for the buildup of the US fleet and the war games is fear that "the great fleet of this supposed enemy will strike suddenly and annihilate 125,000,000 people."


7) IRAQI War and.... shaky objectives and purpose for the 10 years spent in Afghanistan. I mean how many million dollars do we spend to kill one Al Qaeda or Taliban while tolerating or ignoring civilian deaths and injuries (Remember we bombed Iraq for 20 years).

8) Do we still have questions about evidence and findings of US commisions:

a) JFK Assassination
b) MLK Assassination
c) Bobby Kennedy Assassination
d) Abraham Lincoln Assassination
e) Global bankers lending money to bankrupt nations for a profit based on fractional reserve lending (creating money out of thin air).
f) Pearl Harbor Attack
g) 911 Attacks

[-] 2 points by Reneye (118) 6 years ago

Wow, wow, wow! Great post Middleaged! General Smedley D. Butler is quite the 'quality witness' isn't he. So many former military leaders have come forward with information, it staggers the mind to see how none of it manages to be put together as a massive case against government conspiracy against the people, no matter what level of treason has transpired.

[-] 2 points by Middleaged (5140) 6 years ago

Thanks. Had a little discussion today about the media. Media depends on official government sources and network news seems to be losing market share. it is very competitive. They need the powers that be to invite them to press breifings to survive. And the business nature of media means "entertainers" that appear like news can press peoples buttons and get them fired up to obtain the ratings for survival. Extreme views sell "ads" and bring in advertising dollars to the corporation.

Well, I don't mean to sound like a broken record. lol

[-] 2 points by Reneye (118) 6 years ago

Yes, and the official government sources funnel up to a handfull of .01% oligarchs so information is extremely biased and choreographed. I say let the MSM fail. Then more people would move to alternative media and listen to many more individual perspectives and reports.

Its starting to happen already. MSM is losing followers in droves according to polls in the last couple of weeks.