The shootings at Sandy Hook in Connecticut, Beslan in Russia, Mumbai in India, Utoeya in Norway, Xinjiang in China, Istanbul in Turkey, Ciudad Juarez in Mexico, Liege in Belgium and Toulouse in France, may all be linked.
They may all be part of a US government 'Strategy of Tension' used to control people worldwide.
(aangirfan: WHO ARE THE TERRORISTS?)
Beslan in Russia. aangirfan: Beslan and the CIA
On 16 December, in the Financial Times, Gordon Goldstein wrote:
1. The internet "flourishes beyond the control of governments."
2. The internet "has emerged as the most potent technology in history to foment political change and undermine .... regimes."
The fight to keep a state-free internet
The Mumbai Attacks. aangirfan: CIA LIES SWALLOWED BY INDIAN MEDIA
Please note the probable element of propaganda in the above Financial Times article.
1. The US government does have a large degree of control over the internet.
For example, the Daily Mail's website Mail Online, in December 2011, had 45 million unique visitors.
The Daily Mail promotes the views of the US government on such matters as - there being only one shooter in Connecticut, and there being only one shooter in Utoeya.
Norway - government drill just before the attack. Norwegian Police Confirm Drill Identical to Breivik's Attack.
Most of the top websites, worldwide, appear to promote the views of the CIA and its friends.
The mainstream media in India stuck with the US government view that David Headley did not plan the Mumbai shootings on behalf of the US government.
Blogs offering an alternative view generally get very few visitors, compared to the likes of the New York Times.
Fortunately, there are a few people, like Alex Jones, who get many millions of viewers per month, and who promote an alternative view.
2. It is the CIA which uses the internet to topple regimes which stand in the way of total US dominance.
The internet was used by the CIA to help carry out its Arab Spring.
The internet has failed to bring about effective political change in the USA.
In other words, the CIA's Operation Mockingbird now affects the internet.
In Turkey, Operation Cage reportedly included the idea of detonating explosives during school field trips to military museums. aangirfan: KILLING KIDS ON A FIELD TRIP; ERGENEKON AND 9 11
On 13 December 2012, in the Financial Times, Philip Stephens gave us some clues as to what the CIA would like us to think about what may be going to happen in the world.
State versus citizen in tomorrow’s world
The USA's National Intelligence Council has just published its latest report on what the world might look like in 20 years time.
Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds
School shooting in Mexico.
According to the spooks:
1. The US will still be the top nation in 2030.
Or, at least, it will be First among equals.
By 2030, the USA will face serious competition from Asia, especially from China, India, Indonesia and even Turkey and Iran.
And the USA will face serious competition from countries such as Mexico.
2. Both the internet and growing prosperity have brought more of the world's people into politics.
For example, the middle class in China are now in a position to be more politically active.
3. The US government, on its own, will struggle to deal with uncontrolled migration, economic offshoring, financial instability, climate change, unconventional weapons proliferation, cross-border crime and terrorism.
Some kind of One World Government may be necessary, according to the elite?
Hence the shootings.