De Menezes: Another Corpse on the Road to Globalist Fascism
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De Menezes: Another Corpse on the Road to Globalist Fascism

Kurt Nimmo | August 18 2005

The blogger Aangirfan draws a parallel between the execution of the seemingly hapless Jean Charles de Menezes on 22 July in the London subway and Operation Gladio.
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As Aangirfan points out, de Menezes “behaved normally” when he entered Stockwell Tube station, did not run from police (or rather a “Special Reconnaissance Regiment, modeled on an undercover unit that operated in Northern Ireland,” according to the Guardian), did not jump a tollgate and used his Oyster card (a travel smartcard), nor was he wearing bulky clothes (see this gruesome image), he was apparently unaware the SRR hit squad was tailing him, and he did not trip as he ran and was in fact shot as he sat in the subway car.

(See Blunders led to police killing of an innocent man, the Scotsman.)

All of this, of course, is at variance with the original story, prompting us to wonder why Brit officials decided to completely distort the story. Is it possible they did so because the SRR executed de Menezes because he was somehow involved in the staged “suicide bombings” on July 7, possibly as a technician (de Menezes was an electrician and recall there were “electrical surges” reported prior to the bombings). For some reason, the SRR did not want de Menezes to travel on the subway and decided to snuff him, regardless of the fact there were witnesses on the carriage. Since the cover story is completely decimated—he was a terrorist, a possible suicide bomber, and attempted to flee—there are now plenty of questions about the cold-blooded murder of Charles de Menezes, questions that will probably never be resolved.

In regard to the Gladio angle, as mentioned by Aangirfan, I have problems with this. Aangirfan provides an excellent summation of Gladio and its fascist “kontrgerilla” operations. However, the blogger fails to explain why such a Gladio operation would execute de Menezes. As we know, through ample (and generally ignored) documentation, Operation Gladio was devised to blame terrorism on leftist and progressive political organizations, thus alienating them from the public. This was its overriding raison detre. Now, if de Menezes was killed in a Gladio assassination op, it would make sense for his killers to present themselves as Muslims, thus affixing blame to the target group of such an operation (and affix the impression of crazed Muslim assassins on the loose). Instead, de Menezes was killed by people identified at first as police, later as SRR goons, who made no effort to pass themselves off as Muslims. In fact, after the hit, the Brit authorities claimed the execution was part of a “shoot-to-kill” directive, an effort (based on Israeli practices) to eliminate suicide bombers before they strike. As we now know, this was pure and unadulterated nonsense. In fact, the shoot-to-kill policy was recently embraced by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and their proposed guidelines would embrace a “more aggressive posture than typical lethal-force guidelines,” according to the Age, thus promoting the globalist plan to militarize police forces around the world (or those not already militarized) and get people accustomed to death squads (and Israeli-styled “targeted assassination”) in the name of fighting (state-sponsored, false flag) terrorism.

No, I don’t believe Jean Charles de Menezes was executed in a Gladio-styled operation. However, I do believe the Brits (and their counterparts in the United States) are now entirely willing to assassinate their opponents (or perform “clean up crew” operations of lower echelon players in false flag covert ops) in public, as they did in Northern Ireland, Malaya, Kenya, and as they continue to do in Iraq (the latter can be considered a virtual testing ground for “counter-insurgency” black operations, from forming and fronting “pseudo-gang” terrorist groups and individuals—think Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and the so-called al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of Two Rivers—as prescribed under the now largely forgotten P2OG, or the Proactive Preemptive Operations Group as brainstormed by Rumsfeld’s Defense Science Board in 2002). “The new apparatus for covert operations and the growing government secrecy associated with the war on terrorism reflect the way the Bush administration’s most senior officials see today’s world,” writes William M. Arkin, a military affairs analyst for the Los Angeles Times. “The [Defense Science Board] recommends creation of a super-Intelligence Support Activity, an organization it dubs the Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group, (P2OG), to bring together CIA and military covert action, information warfare, intelligence, and cover and deception.” I believe the execution of Jean Charles de Menezes was associated with such covert action and the P2OG network (for lack of a more inclusive term) is global, encompassing not only the Pentagon but the far reaches of British military intelligence. As for the Gladio connection, consider that MI6 had an affinity for fascism, as demonstrated prior to WWII by Wing Commander Frederick Winterbottom, who argued that Britain and Germany unite against the Soviet Union and communists in general

 

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