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Islamic State Propaganda – Bad Fake – Media Pwned

In Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Archive, Australia, Bahrain, Censorship, CIA, Conspiracy, Egypt, False Flag, FBI, Indonesia, INTERPOL, Iran, Iraq, ISIS, Islamic State, Jordan, Kuwait, leaksource, Lebanon, Libya, SPIN, Syria on September 23, 2014 at 7:48 AM

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The headline below appeared on 15th September 2014 across the internet like a heat rash.

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Below we see flag waving men climbing over an upturned MiG 21, with the caption “Islamic State fighters celebrate after taking down a Syrian fighter jet.

….really.

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The popular news blog New York Post ran the story with the picture. The same story headline was run by nydailynews.com who omitted the picture, dailynewsen also ran the story with the picture as did a myriad of linked media news outlets and blogs, which can be discovered by simply using the headline in an internet search engine.

However if you take a closer look you can notice the weathering and the lack of any obvious damage. Generally when a jet aeroplane is shot down it does n’t remain in such pristine condition.

It was by a chance searching near Raqqah that I found where that MiG actually was. A static display, the concrete pylons can still be seen.

The picture below shows the area and the google maps upload image. The road number 4 runs along the south side of the Euphrates River, the intersection can be easily found near Al Tabqah.

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Below is another picture of the MiG

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Below is a Sabre “plane on a stick” in Abu Kamal which was recently gaining the attention of the US Central Command.

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And the bombing of the ISIL Storage Facility.

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CIA – FOIA dot GOV is Broken!!1

In ACLU, ACTA, Activism, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Anonymous, Archive, ASIO, CIA, CYBERCOM, DEA, DOJ, EFF, Encryption, FBI, FED, Federal Reserve, FISA, FOI, FOIA, GCHQ, Hacking, INTERPOL, SOCOM, SPIN, Surveillance, TAO, TrapWire, twitter, USA, WikiLeaks on June 20, 2014 at 1:01 PM

 

The CIA Freedom of Information site was acting strangely…Approximately 1:41 pm (DC), Jason Leopold fired a tweet out exclaiming the appearance of what looked like characters from a Mahjong game across ones monitor.

 

Happy Birthday Mr Snowden…?

 

 

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CIA “Devil Eyes” Osama bin Laden Action Figure

In Al-Qaeda, Bin Laden, CENTCOM, CIA, CYBERCOM, DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE, DEA, Drones, Economy, FBI, INSCOM, INTERPOL, leaksource, LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS, MI5, MI6, North Korea, NWO, Pakistan, Politics, SPIN, TrapWire, video on June 20, 2014 at 11:24 AM

 

The CIA had designed and manufactured a GIJoe like action figure of Osama Bin Laden in 2005. The Project, known as “Devil Eyes” was to feature a heat dissolving face which when peeled back showed a red devil painted image with glaring green eyes.

The idea was to hand out the 12″ “toys” to village children in “care packs”, blue for boys, pink for girls, in an attempt to win hearts and minds.

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The Agency used a well known toy manufacturer Donald Levine who was behind the original GIJoe.

 

 

 

Bendigo – the town that said “NO” to Islam (and failed?)

In Activism, Afghanistan, Al Jazeera NEWSHOUR, Anonymous, Archive, ASIO, ASIS, Australia, Censorship, Environment, Facebook, FBI, FDA, FED, Fiscal Cliff, FOI, FOIA, France, Google, Indonesia, INTERPOL, leaksource, NSA, NWO, Occupy, Pakistan, Pope, PSYOP, Russia, Saudi Arabia, SOCOM, SPIN, Surveillance, UN, video, Viral Videos, Yemen on June 19, 2014 at 8:42 AM

 

 

More than 200 Bendigo residents have voiced their opposition to the Bendigo City Council approving plans for the construction of a $3 million Mosque in the eastern part of the town.

There were some 350 objections to the development and more than 40 submissions of support.

If you’re Muslim and you want a mosque, go back to the Middle East. This is Australia,”

One example of the type of Islam-a-phobia that grips the region along with a  deep ignorance towards the unknown.

Regardless the Council has approved the construction, with some changes in the height of the minaret for example, and no prayer calls.

Bendigo people own Bendigo, it’s their town, they have the right to say mosque or no mosque,”

We’re not racists.”  were common threads heard at the meeting.

The International students which come to Bendigo to study at the near by La Trobe Uni make up a large part of the Muslim Population in Bendigo.

A Mosque in Bendigo would be a great asset..and lets face it, Bendigo needs all it can get.

UPDATE 28 June 2014

Restore Australia has paid for a Sydney lawyer often used in anti-mosque hearings, Robert Balzola, to appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal on planning grounds.

Update 20 October 2014

Recent article from September from The Castlemanian should be noted.

Was this more about the safety of the Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation, which is also in Bendigo?

A cleverly disguised attempt by Oz spooks to keep Bendigo free from some unseen danger associated with Islam?

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Creating the Web We Want – EFA

In ACTA, Activism, Anonymous, ANT, Archive, ASIO, Assange, Australia, Big Brother, Big Data, Censorship, CIA, CISPA, CYBERCOM, DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE, DEA, Delta Force, EFF, Encryption, FBI, FDA, FED, File-Sharing, Fiscal Cliff, Five Eyes, FOI, GCHQ, Hacking, Internet, leaksource, LEAKSOURCE ORIGINAL NEWS, MI5, MI6, Microsoft, NDAA, News, Occupy, Police State, PSYOP, Snowden, SOCOM, SORM, SPIN, Sri Lanka, Stratfor, Surveillance, TAO, Technology, TrapWire, WikiLeaks on June 17, 2014 at 4:51 AM

The Electronic Frontiers Australia held a seminar as a part of the Thought WorksAgile

 

Senator Scott Ludlum appeared on a Skype connect and gave a very erudite account of the state of the surveillance machine.

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EFA’s Jon Lawrence (EO) spoke about the history of internet surveillance activism transcending through different generations right up to the modern Snowden release.

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An important issue Jon raised was the fact that the same issues are being dealt with today as where being dealt with 20 years ago and without understanding the past, one can not understand the future. Jon speaks about the export ban on the 40 bit key to USA in early 1990’s and the Governments realisation that encryption has benefits for the wider online community, which led to the rise of internet banking and other such transactions.

 

 

 

 

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