Posted by DrJohn on 7 August, 2013 at 9:52 am. 14 comments already!

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False Flag:

False flag (or black flag) describes covert military or paramilitary operations designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities, groups or nations than those who actually planned and executed them. Operations carried during peace-time by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, may by extension be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organisation behind an operation.

Out of nowhere the Obama regime issues a worldwide terror alert including the closure of many embassies. US Senator Saxby Chambliss gave an excited asssessment of the threat:

“Chatter means conversation among terrorists about the planning that’s going on — very reminiscent of what we saw pre-9/11,” Chambliss, R-Ga., told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

“This is the most serious threat that I’ve seen in the last several years,” he said.

Now contrast that with Obama’s May 23 speech:

So that’s the current threat. Lethal, yet less capable, al-Qaida affiliates, threats to diplomatic facilities and businesses abroad, homegrown extremists. This is the future of terrorism. We have to take these threats seriously and do all that we can to confront them. But as we shape our response, we have to recognize that the scale of this threat closely resembles the types of attacks we faced before 9/11.

In the 1980s, we lost Americans to terrorism at our embassy in Beirut, at our Marine barracks in Lebanon, on a cruise ship at sea, at a disco in Berlin, and on a Pan Am flight, Flight 103, over Lockerbie. In the 1990s, we lost Americans to terrorism at the World Trade Center, at our military facilities in Saudi Arabia, and at our embassy in Kenya.

These attacks were all brutal. They were all deadly. And we learned that, left unchecked, these threats can grow. But if dealt with smartly and proportionally, these threats need not rise to the level that we saw on the eve of 9/11.

Then things start to get strange. An alleged “evacuation” of the Yemen Embassy is described by the Obama regime as a “staff reduction.”

In a press conference today, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki insisted it was inaccurate to call the departure of nearly 100 U.S. government personnel from their posts at the U.S. embassy in Yemen today an evacuation. Instead, she characterized the airlift as a “reduction in staff” and an “ordered departure.”

Earlier Tuesday, the United States flew all non-emergency U.S. government personnel from Sanaa, Yemen, to Germany in U.S. Air Force aircraft, and urged ”those U.S. citizens currently living in Yemen to depart immediately.” The British government has also evacuated its embassy staff.

Then everything gets beyond weird. So concerned with the terror threat is Obama that he goes on the Tonight Show to brief Jay Leno about terrorism and his policy towards Putin and Russia. The White House press corps is relegated to watching the taping from another room. The pool report:

POTUS finished taping the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He was wearing the same dark suit and blue tie as earlier today in Arizona.

Pool watched the taping on TV from another room at the NBC studios.

We are able to report on the contents now, after the taping, but not release a full transcript or too many quotes.

Pretty newsy interview. Leno asked about Edward Snowden, NSA, embassy closings, Russia, Hillary Clinton, economy, healthcare.
On embassy closings:

POTUS said the U.S. was not overreacting.

POTUS said people can still take vacation, just do so in a “prudent way” by checking on the State Department Websites for up-to-day information before making plans.

“The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately.”

On NSA:

POTUS said government surveillance is a “critical component to counterterrorism.” But, he said, he knows that the surveillance programs have “raised a lot of questions for people.”

“We don’t have a domestic spying program. What we do have is some mechanisms that can track a phone number or an email address that is connected to a terroritst attack…That information is useful.”

Snowden/Russia:

Leno asked POTUS what he would call Snowden?

“We don’t know exactly what he did, except what he said on the Internet and it’s im important for me not to judge.”

POTUS said he asked his staff to look at ways to reduce the number of contractors.

On Russia:

POTUS said he was disappointed in its decision on Snowden, but he said the two nations still work together on Afghainstan and the Boston bombing.

“There are times when they slip back into Cold War thinking and Cold War mentality. What I continually say to them and to President Putin, that’s the past.”

POTUS said he would be attending the G-20 summitt in St. Petersburg, Russia.

He does not think that the gay rights controversy there will affect the Olympics.

More to come on other topics in next report

The show will air tonight.

In response to several of your questions, theTonight Show says it will send out excerpts as soon as possible.

This is incomprehensible.

Obama taking to a late night talk show to speak of terror threats and foreign policy while sequestering the press cannot be seen as a sign of gravity or seriousness.

Then again, the White House press corps is tightly would around Obama’s little finger. The White House press corps is completely impotent. The lapdogs are now afraid to ask anything delicate or awkward of Obama because if they do they won’t get a ride on the big plane.

As the one year anniversary of the deadly attack on an American consulate in Benghazi approaches, journalists have begun to take another look into the scandal surrounding the government’s response to that terrorist event. Last week, CNN aired two striking reports revealing that the Central Intelligence Agency had a large number of agents on the ground on the night of the attack and that a suspect in the attack has never been interviewed by investigators. Following these revelatory reports, which some in President Barack Obama’s administration believe represent a political threat, some CNN reporters now fear for their access to the White House. They are not alone.

As of right now, count me among the skeptics. The behavior of the President of the United States is far too cavalier to for anyone to take seriously what he says about terrorist threats.

And that is truly frightening.

Really- when’s the last time Al Qaida had a conference call?

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