Read excerpts about events that have recently unfolded and decide for yourself if there is reason for concern or alarm. Are these incidents just random, or, carefully executed "operations" designed with a singular purpose in mind?
First There Was Libya Libya:
The US ambassador to Libya, John Christopher Stevens, and three embassy staff employees were killed in a bombing of the Benghazi consulate. Based on alleged outrage concerning a Zionist-sponsored film, Islamic gunmen stormed the embassy and set fire to the consulate.
US officials are asserting that Stevens and three others who died in the embassy bombing were the victims of a planned attack with the use of al-Qaeda, the CIA-controlled terrorist group. Rumors about the bombing being retaliatory against the death of a Libyan member of al-Qaeda are a cover-story.
House Representative Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee stated that there is evidence that this was a “well-armed, well-coordinated event. It had both indirect and direct fire, and it had military maneuvers that were all part of this very organized attack.”
Al-Qaeda has been used by the US to create many disturbances, fake revolutions and false flag attacks. The latest is the recruitment, training and assembly of the Free Syrian Army which are coordinated on CIA-controlled bases in Turkey, and sent over the Syrian border to be monitored by al-Qaeda for the benefit of the US government.
Then There Was GoDaddy:
Earlier this week, the CIA-sponsored hacker group called Anonymous claimed responsibility for the taking down of hosting provider GoDaddy and several websites hosted by this corporation. This nameless, faceless group took down the Domain Name System (DNS) while a currently undetermined number of customers were affected.
Some of the websites taken down belonged to towns, cities, private businesses, and real estate agencies. The branch of the fake-hacker group calling themselves AnonymousOwn3r, claimed the attack, yet did not disclose their motive other than stating that this was a test of GoDaddy’s security systems.
AnonymousOwn3r said he is the “security leader of #Anonymous.” He goes on to say in an earlier tweet that he was “behind many things such like irc, ops, attacks [sic].”
Customers of GoDaddy have reacted with anger. On a blog, there is a call for a class-action lawsuit against the hosting company for monetary loss due to the hacker’s success.
The mainstream media is suggesting that Anonymous is retaliating against the SOPA and PIPA bills that were shelved months ago. GoDaddy was in support of the SOPA legislation. Yet, the truth about the agenda behind the takedown was admitted by AnonymousOwn3r who stated: “I’m taking godaddy down [because] well I would like to test how the cyber security is safe and for more reasons that i can not talk now.”