March 18, 2012

'Lone Gunman' Rampage Or Cold Blooded, Organized Reprisals?

'Afghan rampage - cold-blooded & calculated...

scapegoat: "a person or group made to bear the blame for others or to suffer in their place."

Staff Sergeant Robert Bales has been tagged official scapegoat for a horrific crime of premeditated rape and mass murder involving anywhere from a handful to as many as 15 to 20 military personnel! The carnage was in retaliation for a recent bomb attack that destroyed a tank and injured members of the unit - villagers were warned in advance of the gruesome payback in which at least two women were raped before being murdered and set afire. Videos of the hit team leaving the camp gates are being withheld in order to retain the focus on a single, deranged and drunk perpetrator. As occurred in Abu Ghraib, though,  the responsibility reaches far higher up the chain of command than the public is now being led to believe. Eyewitness evidence at the scene reveals a massive coverup is underway!

Knowledge of the coverup has likely reached to the very highest levels with the Commander-in-Chief hedging his bets by using words such as: "It appeared you had a lone gunman who acted on his own". Such imprecise language leaves room for damage control down the road should the truth be exposed! Meanwhile the lapdog media continues peddling the official line of a lone-nut killer ignoring growing evidence of a deliberate and well-organized operation from multiple eyewitnesses who were on spot!

While the charade of a noble and beneficent 'world policeman' wears even thinner, evidence grows of a brutal and bloodthirsty empire - one that will spare no expense, either financially or in human lives, to achieve its goal of world dominance. With every passing day the truth becomes that much clearer!

Global Research, March 17, 2012

"It appeared you had a lone gunman who acted on his own." -Barack Obama
We have two very, very different stories coming out of Afghanistan, regarding the killing spree and nine murdered children out of 16 slayings in Kandahar. On the one hand we have the surrender and confession of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales dressed up in an Afghan robe and allegedly surrendering on videotape with the words "I did it" on his lips. No doubt he did.

"He acknowledged the killings, then asked for an attorney within minutes of being captured and isn't cooperating with the investigation," according to military spokespersons.  Since then Bales has been spirited out of Afghanistan.

But, when exactly was this little surrender filmed, and after what negotiations or deals had been struck? It has the appearance of being a staged event.

The alleged "lone nut" Bales did not act alone, according to multiple eyewitnesses, family members of the slain, as well as an official Afghan parliamentary investigation. No, there were up to 20 participants at multiple locations. The assault looks a lot like a night raid, which is standard practice in the Afghanistan war theater, only this time with added "payback" inflicted on local families. Perhaps this payback was related to another soldier in their company who lost a leg the day before.

So when Obama uses imprecise language like "it appeared," we have to wonder if there is more to this qualified assessment than meets the eye, and if Obama knows full well that he may need to backpedal some day into what "appears" in a week, or a month from now.

The lone-nut spree killer is an easy sell when non-white, non-American, non-English speaking witnesses can't get their stories told in the US mainstream media. There is only the official version, the uniformed, English language version, the government approved thinking on the matter. All else is simply the dreaded "conspiracy theory" which we all know can't possibly exist in the face of official "reports."

An investigatory team, which included eight Afghan lawmakers, spent two days at the Panjwai district crime scene gathering evidence. “We closely examined the site of the incident, talked to the families who lost their beloved ones, the injured people and tribal elders,” one of the officials said. They reported that "their investigation showed there were 15 to 20 American soldiers, who executed the brutal killings."

So why is this news not on the front page in the United States?

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