Mini-Me: Peeling the Syrian Onion

Cultural Intelligence, IO Deeds of War, Media, Peace Intelligence
Who?  Mini-Me?
Who? Mini-Me?

Huh?

Tip of the hat to PhD student Junichi Hiramatsu at linked in for the leads.

2013-03-30  WARNING: “Final” Psy-Op Vs. Syria Begins

Out of time, out of legitimacy, and out of options, the West is attempting once again to prop up its faltering terrorist proxies with another psychological operation aimed at breaking the will of the Syrian people, despite the West’s multiplying tactical and political shortcomings.

2013-03-29  Russian President orders Surprise Black Sea Naval Exercise as Diplomatic Ties to West keep Deteriorating

The only thing that could be added to Lukyanov´s statement is, that the Russian Bear probably would be sleeping peacefully in his den if it was not for the fact, that “someone” keeps financing backward Wahhabi mercenary forces, waging a war by proxy, violating all main tenets of international law, and dancing other fatal dances in what the bear perceives as his den.

2013-03-30  International Media and Governments, including Russia, Cover-Up True Reasons for Korea Crisis

Rather than adopting the Chinese model, the DPRK is working on emulating the Vietnamese model for developing a modern market economy and in close cooperation with German advisers. In his new years speech, Kim Yong-Un explained, that the DPRK would open its economy for Asian as well as European partners, including South Korea, Japan and Germany.

2013-03-21  Ben Affleck could be hanged for war crimes: US intelligence expert

In a radio interview Tuesday on the Kevin Barrett Show, Honegger stated that filmmaker Ben Affleck might one day be hanged for war crimes and treason – not only for Argo, which she said is designed to pave the road to war on Iran, but also for his role in the 2001 film Pearl Harbor, an earlier intelligence operation designed to pave the road to the 9/11 “New Pearl Harbor.” According to Honegger, Affleck – like his character in Argo – appears to be a covert operator posing as a filmmaker.

Phi Beta Iota:  Our diverse contributing editors do not make this stuff up.  Nor do we have any direct knowledge.  The source appeared to be a very energetic individual rather than an organization, with a strong bias against the West — given the collapse of integrity in Western corporate media, the source merits at least equal attention to that given to mainstream US papers.

See Also:

Phlip Allott (2002).   The Health of Nations: Society and Law beyond the State.  Cambridge University Press.