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Some Middle East News
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Reuters and AP Founded by Rothschilds?

It's a guess to suggest that an anti-Christ could enter Iraq based on the Kurdish oil. Still, I've reported on the situation in the past. The last time reporting on it, it had to do with the Western-backed Nabucco pipeline verses the Russian South Stream pipe through the Black sea from Turkey to Europe. It seemed a possibility that the Syrian rebels were backed or even fueled by the West for the secret purpose of establishing a more-favorable oil outlook. About a year ago, the rebels were dumbfounded when the West refused to come to their support just as they had made gains on Assad. The latter was permitted to win the upper hand as a result.

The Nabucco pipeline, slated to run through Turkey after receiving a pipe from the Caspian sea, and supported by the United States, was canceled in mid 2013. The writing may have been on the wall for that cancellation as early as 2011, however, when the Syrian rebels started up. It is possible that the West was eyeing an alternative pipeline from Iraq through Syria to the Mediterranean. The article below, dated August, 2012, verifies that Nabucco was on the ropes before that time:

Then all hell broke loose. But even while the [Syrian] uprising was underway, the $10 billion Iran-Iraq-Syria Pipelineistan deal was clinched. If finished, it will carry at least 30 per cent more gas than the bound-to-be-scrapped Nabucco.

Aye, there's the rub. What is sometimes referred to as the Islamic Gas Pipeline bypasses Turkey.

The verdict is open on whether this complex Pipelineistan gambit qualifies as a casus belli for Turkey and NATO to go all-out after Assad; but it should be remembered that Washington's strategy in south-west Asia since the Clinton administration has been to bypass, isolate and hurt Iran by all means necessary

The claim here, by Al Jazeera, is that Turkey became a foe of Syria because the latter was threatening to become a competitor for European oil slated through Turkey. A line from Kurdistan to the Mediterranean, through Syria, is due west, very direct. A pro-West Syria could supply Europe in that way. The article above, if you're interested, takes the position that the Syrian civil war was due to this struggle for oil money. It's not only the oil owners who make money, but the countries who rent out the pipelines. Oil plots can go on for years. Turkey seems not to have realized that the West is hoping to create and befriend a new Syrian regime in order to route oil away from Turkey.

You may not have read the following:

The Guardian has an article looking at the gas pipeline angle - Syria intervention plan fueled by oil interests, not chemical weapon concern.
...Leaked emails from the private intelligence firm Stratfor including notes from a meeting with Pentagon officials confirmed US-UK training of Syrian opposition forces since 2011 aimed at eliciting "collapse" of Assad's regime "from within."

So what was this unfolding strategy to undermine Syria and Iran all about? According to retired NATO Secretary General Wesley Clark, a memo from the Office of the US Secretary of Defense just a few weeks after 9/11[long before the Bush invasion of Iraq] revealed plans to "attack and destroy the governments in 7 countries in five years", starting with Iraq and moving on to "Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran." In a subsequent interview, Clark argues that this strategy is fundamentally about control of the region's vast oil and gas resources.

Much of the strategy currently at play was candidly described in a 2008 US Army-funded RAND report, Unfolding the Future of the Long War (pdf)...

What is your definition of "demonic"? Does it include killing people, to the tune of hundreds of thousands, including your own young soldiers, merely for oil money? In my mind, that's about as grossly demonic as one can get. On top of that, the West is of-course involved in jacking oil prices high, simply because demons in human clothing are involved here. Selfish monsters, impossible to satisfy, with bottomless-pit stomachs, rule over us. They strain out from us the maximum that we can afford, never offering relief, always looking for more opportunities to tax tax tax, rob rob rob.

The article above has a map showing Europe-bound pipelines. It shows the Nabucco line starting at northern Iraq (Kurdistan), indicating well enough why the Americans befriended the Kurds during the Bush war. So what next? We can contemplate all we want, but even the oil plotters themselves can't predict the outcome. The map shows the planned White Stream line (non-Russian effort) passing across the Crimea (large peninsula at the north Black sea), an area that Putin just secured for Russia. There are no pipes shown across Syria.

I'm reading online: "The current 2 Iraq/Kurd pipelines feed the Ceyhan terminal..." Ceyhan is on the map. Oil has already reached Turkey via at least one of the pipelines; the other needs repairs. The following 2014 post suggests that Iraq and the Kurds are on a good footing to come to some resolution:

On 20th March, 2014, [Iraqi] Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani [a Kurd] announced a KRG [= Kurd government] goodwill initiative to make a contribution to Iraq oil export to give the ongoing negotiations with Baghdad the maximum chance of success.

The Prime Minister stated that the contribution to oil export from the KRG would be 100,000 barrels per day, effective from 1st April, 2014.

Since the announcement, the KRG has been working in close cooperation with senior officials in the federal Ministry of Oil (MoO) in Baghdad and the North Oil Company (NOC) in Kirkuk to start the oil export process.

...However, due to ongoing repairs to the main Kirkuk-Ceyhan export pipeline, the KRG has been advised by NOC and MoO that they are not yet ready to receive any oil from the Kurdistan Region.

It has been agreed that as soon as the repairs to the pipeline are finished, the KRG shall begin to export from the Region to honour in full the KRG Prime Minister's commitment.

This statement seems to be merely a one-sided "news release" of sorts for to make the Kurds sound practical and good-willed. Other reports suggest that an agreement for exporting oil is still locked in a quagmire of wrangling with Baghdad. There is nothing to do but wait to see what the Iraqi government will do to Kurdistan for pumping oil apart from an agreement. The grid lock hasn't changed much in years, and may need some extreme measure soon. It predicts that the West will oppose the Iraqi government in favor of the Kurds, and that Russia will move in to befriend Iraq. The further prediction is a Iran-Iraq-Russia oil group using oil from southern Iraq. The Kurds have no problem making deals with Iran too, and pipelines between the two have been negotiated.

What happens should the Kurds defy Iraq with American / NATO protection? To be sure, Kurds have defied Iraq already, but have been careful not to do so to the point of all-out war. That would be the next step, an extreme measure, though Iraq may be coaxed into starting the war so that the West can accuse it of being the bad guy. In that way, the West (typically includes Britain) can justify supporting the Kurds. What does Russia do then? Already, Putin has lost favor with Turkey just for being Assad's chief ally. The only foreseeable choice for Russia is a Kurd pipeline through Syria, underscoring why Putin would not wish to see the West doing the same.

You might be interested in UPDATE 2-Iraq threatens legal action against any buyer of piped Kurdish oil, dated June 1. Iraq just accused Turkey of purchasing "smuggled" oil from the Kurds. There's also Iran, Syria, Iraq to sign major gas deal on [June 2] (for European destinations through Syria).

Recently, there has been some fuss concerning Assad not keeping his promise to destroy chemical weapons, but I don't think this clamoring will go far in justifying severe Western intrusion into Syria. If the Syrian rebels have failed to this point, I don't see the situation changing for them in the near future. Nor can I imagine Western aggression against Iraq anytime soon, unless it's done secretly through al-Qaeda. What I can imagine is Putin making stronger ties with Iraq. The time seems ripe. However, Russia has a decision to make, for it can't side with Iraq while keeping on good terms with Kurdistan. What are the chances that Russia can form a measurable friendship with Kurds if the Americans are already well in the door into that market? If Russia doesn't look interested in acquiring Kurd oil, it must be feigning it. Recently, we heard that Putin made some trade deals with Iraq, indicating what choice Russia has tended to go with.

Upon reading, from the article above, that "Metinvest Group received permission to supply large diameter pipes...for oil and gas pipelines in Iraq," I looked up to see whether Metinvest was Russian. It turns out to be a company founded by an alleged Mafia boss in the Ukraine, Rinat Akhmetov. "Details regarding Akhmetov's past, how he obtained his wealth after the fall of communism in Ukraine, and the decade between 1985 and 1995 remain controversial. Akhmetov is said to have ties to organized crime. Akhmetov has stated in interviews that he obtained his wealth by making risky business investments in the first years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and responded to allegations in 2010, denying he has ever inherited any money from Akhat Bragin or anyone else: 'I have earned my first million by trading coal and coke, and spent the money on assets that no one wanted to buy. It was a risk but it was worth it'."

The problem is, he's now ranked as roughly the 100th richest person in the world, and, besides, the article makes a good case that he's been a Mafia boss. How did he get so rich so fast? Were Western powers involved in his life at the fall of the Soviets? He's a political animal not necessarily opposing Putin. But never mind his shady past, Iraq will take his steel.

"Poroshenko [West-backed Ukrainian president-to-be] is faced with a shrinking economy and a pro-Russian separatist movement that's captured large swathes of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions..." Akhmetov operates out of Donetzk. "The difficulty of Poroshenko's task was clear in Donetsk, where paratroopers, helicopters and warplanes were deployed after rebels ignored an ultimatum to leave the local airport." It's from an article this past week, during which time Putin announced that Russian soldiers are pulling away from the Ukraine border, and yet it says: "The Novosti Donbassa news agency reported that a column of about 40 trucks carrying armed men was seen in Russia approaching the border with the Donetsk region. Fighting was also reported in Slovyansk and Mariupol."

The West has denied that Putin's soldiers are moving away. I don't know whether Akhmetov has any friendship with Putin:

Akhmetov, a one-time supporter of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, is becoming more vocal as the separatist movement struggles to maintain momentum in the run-up to presidential elections on May 25. Government forces are fighting the insurgents across the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, both located in an area known as Donbass, where the pro-Russian supporters declared independence after disputed referendums.

The insurgents "have taken the entire Donbass hostage and are terrorizing it," the steel magnate, who has most of his assets in the coal-rich region, said in a statement yesterday. Earlier, he organized unarmed patrols of his workers to take control of the city of Mariupol and called a rally.

He can't get more involved than that. And by the way, couldn't "Gog" be a Ukrainian? Couldn't the West use this man? I wonder whether he loves precious stones. He's now got a foothold in Iraq, and he's out to use his money to make money any way possible. Does he have oil plots with Westerners? "Ukrainian billionaire Rinat Akhmetov just bought the most expensive home ever sold for $221 million, according to the Daily Mail." It looks like this may be his London address:

Rinat Akhmetov, Ukraine's richest man, has bought the UK's most expensive flat at the One Hyde Park residential development in London's Knightsbridge, the FT has learnt.

Mr Akhmetov was behind the purchase of the penthouse, which sold for £136.6m [roughly $221 million]. The identities of buyers at One Hyde Park have been one of London's best-kept secrets, closely guarded by confidentiality agreements with the developers and protected by offshore ownership structures and Swiss corporate advisers.

Elena Dovzhenko, spokeswoman for Mr Akhmetov, confirmed that the oligarch's holding company, System Capital Management, had invested in One Hyde Park...

...The owner of the building, Project Grande (Guernsey) Limited, is a joint venture between Christian Candy and the prime minister of Qatar.

Very suspicious, is it not? Could there be a political tie to this Ukrainian, as well as business ties? Who's he financially involved with in Britain? Was his backer British to begin with who catapulted him to high places?

The writer of the website below, who details Akhmetov's crime background, claims that he was the one who brought the former Ukrainian president to power:

In 2004 [Akhmetov] became one of the sponsors for Viktor Yanukovich in the presidential election campaign...

Viktor Yanukovich was able to get such high office thanks to the influence of Akhmetov, a huge soccer fan. They say, back in 1997 it was being under Akhmetov's wing that granted Yanukovich his position as head of Donetsk region administration.

...While Yanukovich was the President, Akhmetov succeeded in fulfilling his most secret ambitions in buying state-owned property. Akhmetov and Yanukovich are more than just friends or fellow party members, they are business partners.

The Ukraine fell apart recently when Putin-friendly Yanukovich was chased out of the country. Safe to say, Akhmetov's "loyalties" will be for anyone who can further his ambitions. I'm reading that he's acting the "peacemaker," which is to say that he's willing to talk to Putin for a diplomatic solution rather than seeing a civil war. Perhaps he has a ticket to Putin's heart via Yanukovich.

Royal Scythians lived in what is now the Ukraine. Donetsk (named after a tributary of the Tanais river) is near the old Tanais area of Caucasia, where I trace mythical Danaus, representative of the Danaan Greeks that lived on Rhodes prior to ruling at Argos. They also lived at Adana in Cilicia. Wikipedia says that Donetsk was founded by Welsh elements in the 1800's, and it just so happens that Welsh are from Cimmerians...who lived in the Ukraine just before the writings of Ezekiel. Donetsk is on the northern shore of lake Maeotis. In the past, I've suspected that "Hugo", and therefore, "Hugh," is a version of "Gug/Gog," interesting where Donetsk was founded by John Hughes. I've read that there was an ancient peoples called, Gug-Cimmerians.

Akhmetov is a Tatar, same as a Tartar, possibly named after Tartus in Syria. For even the Rus / Russians can be traced to Rhodes / Redones / Ruthene and therefore to the location of Arados, an island off the shore of Tartus. Tartars historically shared a land in eastern Russia, where Togarmite-suspect Tocharians live(d).

Consider why mythical DarDANUS was given a Tar-like front (myth terms are often compound terms, each part signifying a different entity). It begins to reveal that Caucasians from the Tanais area had moved down to Tartus and Arados. Consider that Dardanus was made married to a daughter of mythical Teucer smacking of "Tochar(ian)." This marriage produced the Trojans, according to myth writers (though myth in this regard is a loose/general way to describe the formation of people groups). Consider further that Dardanus' brother (Iasion) founded the Kabeiri, a term much like the "Iberi" Caucasians. Then, Hephaestus, the master of the Kabeiri, lived on Lemnos, where Sintians / Sindians lived who must have been from the Sindoi / Sintians of Sindica, beside the Tanais area. Ares, who had sons, Eros and Erote (i.e. like "Hros and "Rhode"), had an affair with Hephaestus' wife, which is to point out the nearness between the peoples represented by both Ares and Hephaestus. Arados was originally, "Arvad," a term like "Yervand," the name of certain Armenians known to have named the Orontes river in Syria. It all makes sense still more when it's realized that "Ares" was named after the Aras river flowing past Jerevan, the Armenian city known to have named "Yervand." Ares' daughter, Harmonia, even sounds like "Armenia.". From the Sindi article: "Besides the seaport of Sinda, other towns belonging to the same people were HERMONassa, Gorgippia, and Aborace."

It's not likely coincidental that peoples from Miletus, between Rhodes and Ephesus, founded Panticapaeum across the small waters of Sindica. Panticapaeum was later, Kerch," while the mythical founder of Rhodes was Kerkaphos, son of Helios and brother of Aeetes. One of the three sons of Kerkaphos was made Kamiros, the name of a Rhodian city, very comparable to "Kimmericon" that you see on a map at the Hermonassa article. "[Panticapaeum] was founded by Milesians in the late 7th or early 6th century BC," after the Trojan period. My impression is that "Greeks" of the Miletus area returned to their ancient geography, and in fact, I say that "Greco" was a term from "Gorgon / Gargarian" while Hellen, the mythical founder of the Greeks, was from the peoples that came to be called, Alans, living in the Tanais area. It makes sense, for, later, all Greeks were called, Danaans. (The "Sinti" branch of Gypsies were likely from this proto-Danaan people group after it had invaded the Nile delta as Horus, later forming the Greek Danaans proper.)

On the map, see "Harpis," named by the Arpii / Carpi that formed the Magyar side of Hungarians near Arad, the latter tracing to "Arados." This map represents aspects of Gog lingering in the land of Magog.

If you study the page below, you will see the Rhodes connection to Trojans, where Aeetes was made a son of Helios (the latter was god of Rhodes). Aeetes was originally a king of Corinth (not really, but it's myth code to express a people-group relationship to Corinth), a couple of miles from Sicyon, the latter being where mythical Telchis originated that became the Telchines of Rhodes, who were made sons of Helios. Telchines are often cited in the formation of Trojans along with Curetes and Korybantians.

Teucer's daughter, Batia, must have represented the Bat Caucasians that may have named Poti, that itself may have come to form "Putin." I traced the Sadducees to these very Maeotian people groups very convincingly, namely to Soducena at Jerevan, and to the Sittaceni near Tanais.

Perhaps Akhmetov represents a viable anti-Christ concept, someone in a business suit capable of being a political leader, and officiating the EU someday, and meanwhile the leader of a military ordeal in Iraq and Syria, using the Muslim thugs as a hammer for to shape the Middle East his way. In fact, the Ukraine is on the threshhold of entering the EU, and was slated as such under Yanukovich. The short details from Wikipedia are interesting:

Relations between Ukraine and the European Union (EU) are currently shaped via the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), a foreign policy instrument of the EU designed for the countries it borders. The EU is seeking an increasingly close relationship with Ukraine, going beyond cooperation, to gradual economic integration and deepening of political cooperation. Ukraine is said to be a priority partner within the ENP.

In 2012, the EU signed deals on free trade and political association with Ukraine; however EU leaders stated that these agreements would not be ratified unless Ukraine addresses concerns over a "stark deterioration of democracy and the rule of law", including the imprisonment of Yulia Tymoshenko and Yuriy Lutsenko in 2011 and 2012. Deadlines where set for Ukraine to carry out the required changes to its justice and electoral systems in order to enable the formal signing of their agreements with the EU in Vilnius on 29 November 2013. But although then Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych had urged the Ukrainian parliament to adopt laws so that Ukraine could meet the EU's criteria, the Ukrainian government suspended preparations for signing the association agreement on 21 November 2013. Yanukovych still attended the aforementioned EU summit in Vilnius on 28-29 November 2013 where the association agreement was originally planned to be signed but it was not. The decision to put off signing the association agreement led to massive, ongoing protests in Ukraine. These lead to the removal of Yanukovych and his government by parliament after the 2014 Ukrainian revolution in February 2014. Since then Ukraine is in turmoil because of the 2014 Crimean crisis and the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine.

The quote doesn't tell why the Yanukovich government changed its mind on signing, but Wikipedia's article on the association agreement does: "This ousting was sparked by Yanukovych's refusal to sign the agreement under pressure from Russia -- Ukraine's second largest trading partner -- who instead presented an association with the Russian-led customs union between Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia as an alternative...Certain analysts{which?} and Ukrainian politicians{which?} have pointed out that they believe that some{weasel words} Ukrainian business tycoons...with 'lucrative relations' with Russia are deliberately hindering Ukraine's EU integration." Somebody in the brackets doesn't like the latter sentence, but I don't find that scenario surprising or unlikely. It continues: "[Eight days before the slated signing of the Agreement], a Ukrainian government decree suspended preparations for signing of association agreement; instead it proposed the creation of a three-way trade commission between Ukraine, the European Union and Russia that would resolve trade issues between the sides." Yanukovich was playing to Russia's harp strings, amounting to another sore spot between Russia and the EU...because EU-integration of the Ukraine is a big deal for the EU. The EU does not relish a three-way marriage.

That's where the situation stands, with the Ukraine just electing a pro-West president that it can work with without Russia's strings attached. But where does Akhmetov's heart stand in all this:

Akhmetov has denied claims made by Pavel Gubarev (self-proclaimed "People's Governor" of the Donetsk People's Republic) in an interview published in the Russian state-controlled newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta on 12 May 2014. According to Gubarev, Akhmetov has financed the separatist movement in the region, and that the separatists "all took money" from Akhmetov and others, saying that "As it turned out, two-thirds of the activists were supported by the oligarch Akhmetov." On 10 May 2014, Akhmetov's Metinvest company announced it would be forming an unarmed militia of steelworker employees to stop looting by separatists and criminals in the city of Mariupol.

In other words, while he acts like a peacemaker between the two sides, he may be secretly financing the separatists, suggesting ties with Putin. Unarmed militia amounts to a toothless tiger. Those "Ukrainian business tycoons" who reportedly worked to stop EU integration might just have included Akhmetov. It looks like he may go on playing both sides of the fence:

Steel magnate Rinat Akhmetov said "people are tired of living in fear and terror" and accused separatists of leading Ukraine towards "genocide".

Hundreds of people attended a rally in Mr Akhmetov's football stadium, while others blared car horns.

Separatist leaders have threatened to "nationalise" Mr Akhmetov's assets [if he doesn't pay his taxes].

Perhaps there are two kinds of separatists, one that opposes Akhmetov, and another financed by him. It goes on: "His allegiances, however, have been in doubt because of past links with ousted pro-Moscow President Viktor Yanukovych and business links with Russia." No explanation of these business links is given. There's a headline in a Ukrainian media: Akhmetov says Donbas is part of Ukraine, denies meeting with Putin. Someone must have reported / conjectured that he met with Putin.

In a May-29 article, we see the mini-EU-Russia-style:

Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed Kazakhstan and Belarus on Thursday into a new Eurasian Economic Union built to rival the United States, EU and China - but the absence of Ukraine undermined his dream of restoring Soviet glory days.

Although Putin denies he is trying to rebuild the USSR, he makes no secret that his dream is to reverse the consequences of its breakup by drawing former Soviet states closer together. The signing ceremony, held in Kazakhstan's new oil-funded boomtown capital Astana, was his biggest step yet in realising that goal.

It was a big deal to lose the Ukraine in this way.

Here's my guess. Russia will stand behind Iraq on the oil issue if only to curb the power of the Kurds in selling oil through Turkey. Russia will also investigate potential for Kurd oil. Conditions for discussing Kurd oil through Syria in the next year seemed out of the question, even if there's a working pipeline there at this time, but with Assad becoming stabilized, Iran is prepared to send oil through Syria. I cannot predict what the West will do in the next year. But when I see news statements like the below, I tend to see a feigned terror plot for to accomplish some sinister goal:

U.S. and allied officials say their main fear is that veteran fighters from the West, radicalized by their Syrian experience, will launch terror attacks once they return home. Authorities in Western Europe say they have uncovered plots by fighters returning from Syria.

Hundreds of others from the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and other countries whose citizens are afforded easy entry to the United States also have fought in Syria, U.S. and European officials say.

I see. As the many al-Qaeda home-grown cells never materialized that the Bush administration warned about, the new threat is from al-Qaeda types from Syria. Let's take a scenario where some major terror plots materialize in the U.S. or Britain, to be blamed on a group(s) in Syria. Can this justify an invasion into Syria? If that's the goal, it won't be appreciated; the world will see through it. That's not to say that the West won't try it anyway; it's been made obvious to this point that it wants into Syria.

And what about the chosen plot to blame the Boston Marathon on Muslims in Chechnya? Is the West building toward an entry into Caucasia for to check the Russians there? Fat chance. You may have noticed that the White Stream pipe goes through Georgia. I can tell you this: further intrusions of the West into the Middle East based on feigned terror plots will get the ire of China as well. After Eduard Snowden revealed US Internet spying for political and business purposes worldwide, the American spies tried to appease the world by saying that everyone does it, and, just as expected, it makes sense that the US would come out to accuse others with some false charges. For example, last week, the U.S. accused Chinese military of spying on American companies, the very sort of thing that the U.S. is being accused of. The point is, we have the following counter-accusation, "China suggests U.S. may have fabricated evidence for cyberattacks". China is making the expected argument, that the U.S. will create Internet "evidence" for its accusations. It doesn't matter whether China is correct in this case or not; what matters is whether the world will take the American accusations seriously. The answer now is, NO

...The United States last week accused five Chinese military officers of hacking into U.S. companies to steal trade secrets.

Asked about proof behind the U.S. allegations, ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng said it would be easy for the United States to fabricate evidence [no small charge].

"In the field of Internet technology and infrastructure, the U.S. is blessed with an advantage, so fabricating some so-called 'evidence' is certainly no hardship," spokesman Geng Yansheng told a briefing, according to a statement on the ministry's website.

Geng compared U.S. evidence for Chinese cyberspying to allegations produced by Washington in 2003, that Baghdad held weapons of mass destruction, to justify the invasion of Iraq. Those allegations proved to be unfounded.

"The international community has not seen the U.S.'s so-called proof, they've only seen the massive conflict and hardship endured by the people of Iraq," he said.

Geng also said President Barack Obama's "pivot" of military assets to Asia was to blame for "stirring up new troubles" in the South China and East China seas.

As you can see, the Chinese are still upset about the Iraqi invasion.

According to the newly-released documents, Britain's spying agency used a program codenamed "Squeaky Dolphin" to tap the cables carrying web traffic and collect data about the users on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Blogger without the companies' consent.

The latest leaks by American whistleblower Edward Snowden, which were obtained by the NBC News on Tuesday, are based on a 2012 GCHQ publication titled "Psychology: A New Kind of Sigdev (signals development)." New Leaks show that the UK's spying agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has been secretly snooping on the activities of the users of social media websites.

The article above has a link to a Rothschild article claiming that Reuters (based in London) was purchased by the early Rothschild family in the 1800s. I looked into it briefly, first by checking heraldry for the Reuter surname, a name much like "Rot / Roth," and, besides, the motto, "Per mare," is very much indicative, in this case, of the Jewish Mayer surname. The Reuter Coat appears to use a version of the Fleming wolf, but with a horse head. The full Reuter horse is in the Jewish Rothchild (no 's') Coat. Variations of the German Rothchild (no 's') surname include "Roter / Rother."

Variations of the Reuter surname include, "Reuther." The Rother/Randolph/Rather surname was first found in Moray, where Peter Pollock operated a Rothes castle, and then one Mare surname is also "More(s)." The Mare/More surname shares a white scallop with this Rothschild Arms. I proved to my great satisfaction that the Rothschilds were from Peter Pollock, son of Fulbert "the Saxon," and from Rutherfords / Rodhams.

The Scottish Mare Coat, using what ought to be a version of the Strange Coat, has a leopard in Crest much like the Danish Bauer leopard (important because the first Rothschild (Mayer) was a Bauer). The Strange / Mare lion is used by Tools, important where that surname may have developed from "Toulouse," where some 50,000 gold bars were stolen by one Quintus Caepio...whom I think was related to the Biblical Joseph Caiaphas.

The horse and rider in the Dutch Ruther/Ruiter Coat is one I trace back to Herods of Israel as they were banished to the Vienne location on the RHODanus river. I even entertain "Herod" being from a version of "Rhodes / Hrod / Hros." While Herod Archelaus was banished to Vienne, his brother, Herod Antipas, was banished to Comminges, beside Toulouse. In this picture, Rothschilds are from the Herods.

There was good evidence that "ARCHELaus" named the Scottish region of ARGYLLshire, where the Herod surname was first found, but Argyllshire was also home to MacDonalds, who use the motto, "PER MARE per terras." The spread MacDonald eagle, red on gold, is colors reversed from the spread Vienne eagle (colors reversed in heraldry is often a sign of family relations).

The Quint Crest shares a so-called "fitchee" cross with the MacDonald Crest. I have supposed that Quints developed from "Quintus" Caepio. The MacDonald ship is used by Mere's/Mayers, kin of DeMere's,

So, as you can see, my theory seems to be very viable where I say that Jesus was murdered by the bloodlines that were destined to rule the earth. It was not by coincidence, but rather God chose those bloodlines to do the dirty deed because He wished to destroy the endtime Rothschild empire at Armageddon. This bloodline became fabulously rich, apparently, by hiding and nurturing the Caepio gold bars. The Rothschild article mentioned above (claims in this article need to be proven):

They also fix the world price on gold on a daily basis and profit from its ups and downs. Over the centuries, the Rothschild's have amassed trillions of dollars worth of gold bullion in their subterranean vaults and have cornered the world's gold supply.

A blog asking whether the Rothschilds founded Reuters says: "Paul Julius Freiherr von Reuter (Baron De Reuter) (July 21, 1816 - February 25, 1899), a German-born British entrepreneur, pioneer of telegraphy and news reporting...He was born in Kassel, Germany to a Jewish family." Others say that Hesse-Kassel is where Mayer Rothschild got his fortune.

Note the Coburg surname in the article above, for the Coburg Shield looks like it's in play in the Reuter Coat. The eight-pointed star in the Coburg Coat is used by the Rothschild/Rothstein/Roitenstein Coat.

Reuters was purchased by a Thomson surname. The latter looks to be using a version of the Moray Coat as used by Douglass'. Here's Wikipedia on the founder of Reuters, keeping in mind that I traced the line of Joseph Caiaphas to the Joseph surnames:

Paul Julius Freiherr von Reuter (Baron de Reuter) ...was born in Kassel, Germany, to a Jewish family. His father was a rabbi, Samuel Levi Josaphat, his mother was Betty Sanders. His birthname was Israel Beer Josafat. In Göttingen Reuter met Carl Friedrich Gauss who experimented with the transmission of electrical signals via wire....

On 29 October 1845, he moved to London, where he went by the name Joseph Josephat.

It just so happens that the red bull in the Sanders Crest is also that of the Charo/Chiaro/Claro Coat, and that the English Joseph motto includes, "charo." Recently, I even claimed that the Goz/Gos and similar surnames are short for Joseph surnames, and so note the "Gauss" in the quote above.

The red bull is shared by the Spanish Borgia surname that I traced to Herluin de Conteville (born a Burgo surname, married the Sinclair family), whose daughter married Richard Goz and provided the Rothschild patriarchs, the Meschins (white scallops), from the Sinclairs of More in Norway, though there was also a More location in Shropshire, where the Meschins were first found. It just so happens that the bull-using Sanders above smack of Saint and similar variations of the Sinclairs while the Sinclairs were originally, "Claro." When we look at the Ganse/Gantz surname that includes the Gauss surname, it's essentially the engrailed Sinclair cross in colors reversed. The Ganse/Gauss surname was first found in the same place (Brunswick) as the Rothchild/Rothstein surname.

The gold Meschin fesse is that of the Hurl/Herod Coat. Or, I feel very confident about that. I feel very confident that Meschins were from the Herods. "Heraldry" is likely in honor of the Hurl/Herod surname. The Herl/Hurl Coat uses what must be the Meschin fesse in both colors, and moreover the white-on-black Herl/Hurl duck should be the same in the Ganse/Gauss Coat. The first Meschin, Ranulph, was a grandson of Richard Goz and Emma de Conteville.

The Sander surnames are said to be from "Alexander," which may or may not be true, though the chevrons of both Sander Coats are conceivably the Alexander chevron. As you can see, the Alexanders share the MacDonald motto (that seems to be in play in the Reuter motto). I could go on and on and not stop again, but on the other hand I can't stomach it. Suffice it to say that these lines trace to the chief priests of Romanized Israel who arose to control the world after first becoming the Templars, international bankers, and then the Freemasons.

Flight-370 Update

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- A U.S. Navy spokesman on [May 29] dismissed as "speculative and premature" an American expert's reported comments that the acoustic "pings" at the center of the search for the missing Malaysian plane did not come from the jet's black boxes.

CNN reported that the Navy's civilian deputy director of ocean engineering, Michael Dean, said most countries now agreed that the sounds detected by the Navy's Towed Ping Locator in April in the southern Indian Ocean came from a man-made source unrelated to the jet, which vanished March 8 with 239 people on board. (USA Today article)

The point is not so much on whether Mr. Dean has made his decision prematurely, but on his admission that "most countries" didn't think the couple of undersea signals were from the flight's data recorder. There has to be a reason as to why that is the case. When I first heard the story that the pings were heard, I claimed that the "coincidence" was evidence of a hoax. I do not think the plane went down near Australia, yet, almost 30 days after the crash, a couple of pings were picked up that had potential for being from a flight data recorder. What are the chances of that if flight 370 is not down there? That's why it's got to be a hoax, meaning that someone set off the pings from an undersea vehicle or piece of equipment. It just so happens that it was a Chinese ship that heard the pings, meaning that they were set off, apparently, deliberately for the Chinese to hear them, for it's the Chinese whom the perpetrators of this crime need to convince.

The Australians are standing behind the undersea pings as well as behind Inmarsat's interpretation of the in-flight pings that brought the search to the Indian ocean in the first place. It was my claim that Inmarsat was in cahoots with the perpetrators, deliberately misleading the search parties to where the plane was not. The fact that the chosen location was nearest Australia (rather than another country) works for the conspiracy theory, for Inmarsat is British. How convenient for the perpetrators if no one but the authorities in charge of the search are permitted to have an opinion: "Dean's comments were 'speculative and premature,' Christopher Johns, a U.S. Navy spokesman, said in an e-mail. It's up to the Australians, who are acting as the lead of the search, to release information on the pingers, Johns said." Shut up, Mr. Johns, and allow others to contribute too. Officials are not the only thinkers, and, besides, officials have proven that they can't be trusted, especially when it comes to the U.S. military.

The Malaysian government had released a small part of Inmarsat's data, which I found to be bogus. I'm not an expert in the interpretation of that data, but I found it to be bogus. It did not, for one, prove that the plane turned south up in the Andaman sea. The Malaysians refused to give more of that satellite data up, until this past week, under pressure, but it seems that not much at all has been released:

The Malaysian government on [May 27] released 45 pages of raw satellite data it used to determine that the missing jetliner crashed into the southern Indian Ocean, responding to demands for greater transparency by relatives of some of the 239 people on board.

But at least one independent expert said his initial impression was that the communication logs didn't include key assumptions, algorithms and metadata needed to validate the investigation team's conclusions that the plane flew south after dropping off radar screens 90 minutes into the flight.

"It's a whole lot of stuff that is not very important to know," said Michael Exner, a satellite engineer who has been intensively researching the calculations. "There are probably two or three pages of important stuff, the rest is just noise. It doesn't add any value to our understanding."

...The government put [the released data] it in a PDF file not in its original data form, making working with it far more time-consuming.

"A little tweak to make people work harder needlessly," she wrote in an email.

...Duncan Steel, a British scientist and astronomer, said some of the data "may" explain the belief that the aircraft went south rather than north, but that further confirmation would take a day or so. But he too was disappointed.

"One can see no conceivable reason that the information could not have been released nine or ten weeks ago. Even now, there are many, many lines of irrelevant information in those 47 pages," he said in an email.

The Malaysians are still playing games, aren't they? The world has yet to see the Malaysian radar that supposedly proves a westerly path of the flight. Without this westerly flight, Inmarsat's data, and Inmarsat's interpretation of it, cannot stand. It appears that the two entities were, and still are, working in cahoots to fabricate a scenario.


On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence
-- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find --
that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.

The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
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