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October 14, 2011

Assassination Plot Was Pushed By DEA Informant

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Arbabsiar thought he was involved in a drug deal

Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, October 14, 2011

Details emerging from the dubious Iranian terror plot strongly suggest that the plan to assassinate a Saudi ambassador was concocted not by Mansour J. Arbabsiar, who thought he was overseeing a drug deal, but by the DEA informant working on behalf of the federal government.

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“The legal document describing evidence in the case provides multiple indications that it was mainly the result of a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sting operation,” reports Asia Times’ Gareth Porter.

The document confirms that the assassination plan was “originated with and was strongly pushed by an undercover DEA [Department of Drug Enforcement] informant, at the direction of the FBI”.

Geopolitical experts have almost universally questioned why the highly professional Iranian Quds Force would hire a washed up used care salesman who had a drinking problem and a propensity for hookers to be the “mastermind” behind such a sophisticated operation, and why that operation would take place in the United States when it would be far easier to carry out the assassination in the middle east.

It now appears that Iranian-American patsy Mansour Arbabsiar thought he was merely involved in a drug deal to sell large amounts of opium from Afghanistan, and that the terrorist angle was introduced by “CS-1″ – the DEA informant working on behalf of the FBI.

“On May 24, when Arbabsiar first met with the DEA informant he thought was part of a Mexican drug cartel, it was not to hire a hit squad to kill the ambassador. Rather, there is reason to believe that the main purpose was to arrange a deal to sell large amounts of opium from Afghanistan,” writes Porter.

The legal document fails to list any single example directly attributable to Arbabsiar where he mentions killing the Saudi ambassador.

“Both that language and the absence of any statement attributed to Arbabsiar imply that the Iranian-American said nothing about assassinating the Saudi ambassador except in response to suggestions by the informant, who was already part of an FBI undercover operation,” adds Porter.

Indeed, the record shows that it is the informant who constantly refers to the assassination. When Arbabsiar wired $100,000 dollars to an account in New York in August, he still did so under the impression that the money would be used in connection with the drug deal, the legal document shows.

The DEA informant himself was under pressure to pull off the sting because he had already been charged with a narcotics offense and was posing as a drug cartel operative in return for the charges against him being dropped.

It appears as though the entire plot was, similar to a myriad of previous terror cases, a case of entrapment where the FBI deliberately chooses an individual down on his luck and promises him money and importance, radicalizing him in the process and convincing him to commit criminal activities. Even so, there is no specific example where Arabsiar directly advocates killing the Saudi ambassador.

As we reported yesterday, an FBI insider who spoke with retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Shaffer told Shaffer that no details of a terror plot existed within the Department of Justice files, indicating that the story was largely fabricated by the Obama administration as a pretext to give Israel the green light to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, which many geopolitical observers are warning is only weeks away.


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CBC News
October 14, 2011

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association report, “Breach of the Peace,” notes concerns that POLICE INFORMANTS may have supported the vandalism.


Hannibal Lecter, the IRS, and the Fed

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Written by William F. Jasper   –   New American
Thursday, 13 October 2011 00:00
Oh happy day! A check from the government! No, not a welfare check or a “stimulus” check, but a refund check to your editor from the U.S. Department of the Treasury — for tax year 2007. Seems the IRS — a division of the Treasury — with which this scribbler has had a running feud, has surrendered. After years of dunning me with claims that I owe thousands in back taxes and penalties, the good folks at the IRS have shown mercy; they have agreed with me that I overpaid my taxes. And they have generously deigned to return several thousand dollars of my meager salary that they had previously confiscated — with interest, no less!

What’s not to love about a government so kind, and munificent? Of course, in order to obtain the refund (of my own money), yours truly was forced to spend a couple hundred hours of indentured servitude researching, copying, and documenting records and receipts. Not to mention hundreds of dollars in accounting fees. Even worse though is the incredible invasion of privacy one faces for the decision to itemize deductions and business expenses, in the hope of retaining a fraction more of one’s hard-earned income. But after all, Big Brother must know of, and approve of, every penny earned and spent by the taxpayer — to keep us all honest, and keep us all paying our “fair share,” so that the government can keep doing all the wonderful things it does for us, right? That’s the “American way,” yes?

Well, no. The income tax is a very un-American — even anti-American — thing, despite the fact that it has been with us for nearly a century and most Americans have come to accept it as a necessary evil. The graduated income tax is, in fact, an artifact of Wilsonian Marxism, adopted from Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto by President Woodrow Wilson and his allies in Congress in 1913. We exaggerate not. It’s easy enough to find Marx’s Manifesto on the Internet. Check it and you will see that Comrade Karl listed 10 “measures” that must be adopted to establish communism. Number two on the list of requirements is: “A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.”

But back to our story… Naturally, your correspondent was elated at the sudden and unexpected repatriation of the long-impounded earnings. Even greater than the elation over the sudden windfall, however, was the relief that the federal constabulary would not be descending on my domicile to break down our doors, drag me away in chains, and confiscate the family treasure (such as it is) — down to the last farthing, including the spavined plough horse, our first-born child, the moldy seed grain, and whatever stray crumbs or bezoars might remain.

As one might expect, I made a beeline for the bank. Having read a news story or two, I was somewhat aware that the U.S. government is slightly deeper in debt than the Greek government. Surely, there would be no funds in the Treasury to cash my check. The bank, knowing this, would undoubtedly reject the check as a worthless, never-to-be-paid I.O.U.

I should have known better. No problem. The check cleared like a charm, cashed immediately. Amazing! How do they do this? The federal cupboard is beyond bare; it is an abyss of debt descending trillions of dollars into the netherworld. Nevertheless, presto, mirabile dictu — and here’s your cash. Alan “The Maestro” Greenspan must be right; the government can simply print more and more money — and more, in saecula saeculorum.

What about Rudyard Kipling’s corollary, which explains the disastrous inflationary results that inevitably follow promiscuous monetary policies: “But, though we had plenty of money, there was nothing our money could buy, And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: ‘If you don’t work you die.’”

Well, the good, all-knowing folks who run the federal government have thoughtfully provided thee and me with answers to these and innumerable other imponderables. In fact, the envelope that brought me my refund check also came with this information emblazoned on it: “Learn ways to manage your money —”

Hey, who better to tell you how to manage your money than the folks who’ve already managed it into a $14.7-plus trillion black hole? After all, if you were searching for a leader for your son’s Cub Scout pack, would you not seek the expert services of Jeffrey Dahmer or John Wayne Gacy? Or if in need of a tutor in table etiquette, would not Hannibal Lecter top the list? A teacher of virtue for your young daughters? The Marquis de Sade, of course.

“ is the U.S. government’s website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education…. You will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices.” Big promises and lots of information here from the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, Treasury, etc. — the Dahmer-Gacy-Lecter-Sade school of money management — all the folks who love to “manage” our money, and who do it so well.


Facebook Reportedly Can Track Web Browsing Without Cookies

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October 14, 2011

This is related to browser uniqueness. See How Unique – and Trackable – Is Your Browser? and Network Device Fingerprinting for the background on how this works.

Again, Facebook widgets must be blocked from loading by default, unless, of course, you’re ok with this nonsense.

Ghostery is the easiest solution. AdBlock+ and NoScript will also work. The article below mentions other tools as well.

Via: Reader Supported News:

The Electronic Frontier Foundation cites a September 25th, 2011 blog post by hacker and writer Nik Cubrilovic that proved Facebook’s session cookie was not being deleted upon log-out. Facebook responded with a “fix-it,” but it raises serious concerns about whether one can effectively log-out of Facebook and whether or not Facebook can track users without the benefit of cookies.

According to Cubrilovic, he waited for a year to hear from Facebook on this privacy issue that he discovered, emailing them and reaching multiple dead-ends.

Two days later, on September 27th, Cubrilovic noted, “In summary, Facebook has made changes to the logout process and they have explained each part of the process and the cookies that the site uses in detail … They want to retain the ability to track browsers after logout for safety and spam purposes, and they want to be able to log page requests for performance reasons etc.”

EFF, however, is unequivocal in stating, “Facebook can track web browsing history without cookies.”

“Facebook is able to collect data about your browser – including your IP address and a range of facts about your browser – without ever installing a cookie. They can use this data to build a record of every time you load a page with embedded Facebook content,” added the EFF.


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