CIA Orchestrated Operation Fast and Furious – Breivik Called Police 10 Times to Surrender – 11th Circuit Court: Obamacare Mandate Unconstitutional – Ron Paul’s Message Hits America
Comment: Even this admission of the CIA’s involvement in the gun-running scandal is insufficient and misleading. We should, however, take the bones of the report seriously, that the CIA was orchestrating the criminal operation, but the reasoning behind the operation is suspect, justifying a more superficial purpose than really intended. The real purpose is closer to that of destabilizing Mexico to invite a US-Mexican security force (North American Union) and to run a false flag operation to demonize the 2nd Amendment and grab guns from Americans.
It is becoming more evident that the IRS, ATF, DEA, CIA and other alphabet agencies are primarily run as criminal operations against Constitutional governance and interests of a sovereign America. They conduct crimes with impunity while viciously demonizing and attacking patriotic citizens. I think it’s about time the American people seriously consider closing these un-American agencies that are working against us, while spending borrowed money in the process. The CIA can be closed and we can restore Army intelligence with some divisions currently functioning in the CIA. The CIA has become the greatest criminal organization in the world and is an enforcement arm of globalist insiders.
Federal government allowed Mexican drug cartel to import tons of cocaine into United States
Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, August 12, 2011
Washington Times journalists Robert Farago and Ralph Dixon cite a “CIA insider” to make the claim that Operation Fast and Furious was a Central Intelligence Agency-orchestrated program to arm the Sinaloa drug cartel, a group that was also given the green light to fly tons of cocaine into the United States.
“In congressional testimony, William Newell, former ATF special agent in charge of the Phoenix Field Division, testified that the Internal Revenue Service, Drug Enforcement Administration and Immigration and Customs Enforcement were “full partners” in Operation Fast and Furious. Mr. Newell’s list left out the most important player: the CIA. According to a CIA insider, the agency had a strong hand in creating, orchestrating and exploiting Operation Fast and Furious,” report Farago and Nixon.
The program, with its designated cover of tracking where guns went so drug lords who purchased them could later be arrested downstream, was actually a deliberate effort to prevent the Los Zetas drug cartel from staging a successful coup d’etat against the government of Felipe Calderon by arming rival gang Sinaloa, according to the Times writers, a relationship that extended to “(allowing) the Sinaloas to fly a 747 cargo plane packed with cocaine into American airspace – unmolested.”
“The CIA made sure the trade wasn’t one-way. It persuaded the ATF to create Operation Fast and Furious – a “no strings attached” variation of the agency’s previous firearms sting. By design, the ATF operation armed the Mexican government’s preferred cartel on the street level near the American border, where the Zetas are most active,” states the report.
The notion that Fast and Furious was used as a cover through which to arm the the Sinaloa cartel would explain why the feds showed little interest in following up where guns ended up once they left the United States.
The Obama administration and the ATF claim that the Fast and Furious program was part of a sting operation to catch leading Mexican drug runners, and yet it’s admitted that the government stopped tracking the firearms as soon as they reached the border, defeating the entire object of the mission.
It would also account for the fact that the federal government failed to prevent Sinaloa importing tons of cocaine into the U.S.
Back in April, Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla, the “logistical coordinator” for the Sinaloa drug-trafficking gang that was responsible for purchasing the CIA torture jet that crashed with four tons on cocaine on board back in 2007 told the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago that he had been working as a U.S. government asset for years.
According to court transcripts, Niebla was allowed to import “multi-ton quantities of cocaine” into the U.S. as a result of his working relationship with the FBI, Homeland Security, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
But the notion that Fast and Furious was solely an effort to isolate the Los Zetas cartel isn’t consistent with the fact that one of the gang’s kingpins recently told Mexican federal police that the group purchased its weapons directly from U.S. government officials inside America.
“They are bought in the U.S. The buyers (on the U.S. side of the border) have said in the past that sometimes they would acquire them from the U.S. Government itself,” Rejón Aguilar told police.
As we reported years ago, former DEA agent Cele Castillo has blown the whistle on how the US government controls the Los Zetas drug smuggling gang and uses it as the front group for their narco-empire.
With the gang having first been trained at the infamous School of the Americas in Fort Benning, Georgia, Castillo affirms that Los Zetas are still working for the US government in protecting drug routes to keep the wheels of Wall Street well-oiled. Castillo has gone on the record to state that the commandos are working directly for the US government drug cartel in carrying out hits on rival drug smugglers who aren’t paying their cut.
Fast and Furious may have served a dual purpose for the Obama administration.
Some evidence indicates the program was a plot on behalf of the administration to discredit the second amendment. While the feds were selling guns to Mexican drug gangs, Obama was simultaneously blaming drug violence on the flow of guns from border states to Mexico.
Even after the revelations surrounding the program became public, the ATF cited the trafficking of guns to Mexico as justification for a new regulation that has led to ATF intimidation of both gun sellers and purchasers, a policy which arrived months after President Obama told gun control advocate Sarah Brady that his administration was working “under the radar” to sneak attack the second amendment.
During a March 30 meeting between Jim and Sarah Brady and White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, at which Obama “dropped in,” the president reportedly told Brady, “I just want you to know that we are working on it (gun control)….We have to go through a few processes, but under the radar.”
The quote appeared in an April 11 Washington Post story about Obama’s gun control czar Steve Croley.
August 12, 2011
Anders Behring Breivik’s attorney said on Friday that the killer called the police from Utøya island at least ten times before he was arrested.
Geir Lippestad said his client reached the police twice. He identified himself by name and said he wanted to surrender.
Accounts of the rampage note Breivik paused before resuming the shooting. He ultimately killed 69 people at the Labor Party summer camp.
Lippestad said Breivik considered “taking his life or continuing with what he called his operation, and decided to continue until police arrived.”
Survivors and relatives of the victims have criticized police for their lackadaisical response to the rampage.
It took police one hour and 19 minutes after the shooting began to respond and arrest the assailant. A police boat took a 3.64 kilometers route to Utøya, some 3 kilometers longer than the shortest crossing point.
The inflatable dinghy used by local police began to take on water shortly after setting off and the police unit required the help of two privately-owned boats to reach the island.
Police have also received criticism for not using an available helicopter, or helicopters under the command of the army.
Norwegian police have rejected the assertion that their response to the Oslo bombing and Utøya shootings could have been any faster under the circumstances.
On Friday, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg presented a new commission to investigate the attacks. “We must draw information from these terrorist attacks. The goal is for this never to happen again. The goal is more security,” he told reporters.
8/12/11 the Eleventh Circuit Court in Atlanta rules ObamaCare unconstitutional
Aug 13, 2011
Last night the GOP presidential candidates went head to head in a debate. Many of the issues plaguing the US were talked about but one voice emerged over the rest. Ron Paul was given a lot of air-time to make his points which some people have complained about. Is a new era of political thought around the bend?