Murder, Spies and Weapons, 3 Deep State Stories from Moon of Alabama:
- the weapons and ammunition are usual from east Europe (Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Ukraine ...)
- the contracts are with U.S. companies themselves hired by the CIA and/or Pentagon as well as with Saudi and Israeli companies
- offloading during unusual "fueling stops" allowed to disguise the real addressee of the loads
Ten thousands of tons of weapons and ammunition to al-Qaeda and other Takfiris in Syria also came first from Libya by ship, then on at least 160 big cargo flights via Saudi Arabia and Qatar to Turkey and during the last years by various ships under U.S. contracts from mostly east-European countries
Benjamin Fulford explains his personal and media history, which is impressive, and how he has connections, which tell him things, and that 9/11 and Fukushima were both planned attacks, according to his sources. He lives and works in Japan, impressively multilingual, with friends in weird places. (transcript, too)
Propaganda war on electronic media is official and pervasive and efficiently run now. Yep, all of our governments are carrying out information warfare upon us. Thanks Eleni.
“In January 2015, the British Army announced that its 77th Brigade would “focus on non‐lethal psychological operations using social networks like Facebook and Twitter to fight enemies by gaining control of the narrative in the information age”. The primary task of this unit is to shape public behaviour through the use of “dynamic narratives” to combat the political propaganda disseminated by terrorist organisations. The United Kingdom is not alone in allocating troops and funding for influencing online political discourse. Instead, this is part of a larger phenomenon whereby governments are turning to Internet platforms to exert influence over information flows and communication channels to shape public opinion.”