Monday, December 13, 2010

Agents Provocateurs

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by Morley Evans

Traditionally, an agent provocateur (plural: agents provocateurs, French for "inciting agent(s)") is a person employed by the police or other entity to act undercover to entice or provoke another person to commit an illegal act. More generally, the term may refer to a person or group that seeks to discredit or harm another by provoking them to commit a wrong or rash action. As a known tool to prevent infiltration by agents provocateurs,[1] the organizers of large or controversial assemblies may deploy and coordinate demonstration marshals, also called stewards.[2][3]

Who could be behind such acts as terrorism as the suicide bomber and car bomb in Stockholm the other day? Was it Al Qaeda? Was it Pashtun tribesmen in Afghanistan? Probably not. Who then?

Who benefits? The people who benefit are the people who want to shore up NATO commitment in Afghanistan. If Swedish support for the 500 Swedish troops in Afghanistan is weak, then it can be reinforced if Swedes are attacked at home. So neither Al Qaeda nor Afghan tribesmen would benefit but the U.S. empire would. The likely agency responsible would be the CIA, with or without the cooperation of Swedish police or secret service.

And so it is with all the acts of terrorism. "We" are behind them. "Our" agents have been busy turning one group against another, for running "false flag" operations, and for psychological warfare for hundreds of years. The target is us. They terrorize us. Then they protect us from terrorists. They use our own money to manipulate us. So, wake up!

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