Monday, March 31, 2014

Just Like in the Movies, Another False Flag Op?

Just Like in the Movies, Another False Flag Op?
By Erick San Juan

"This is turning into a spy novel," said an envoy from a Southeast Asian country, yes, a spy novel that later can be turned into a spy thriller movie, sounds familiar?

The mystery of the Malaysian jetliner MH370 has created a tremendous impact in the global community thus creating a lot of speculations from various experts. From factual analysis based on scientific evidences to conspiracy theories, leading to deeper ambiguity on what really happened.

When the angle on conspiracy surfaced, as in whodunit, several articles in the internet posted several possibilities (or impossibilities) and 'floaters' from both foreign intelligence, former spooks and strategic analysts that might shed light to the mysterious disappearance of flight MH370 last March 8.

What makes things complicated as days passed by are the personalities linked to the tragedy. Several known globalists and global elites are mentioned, and probably famous spy networks. That what makes the MH370 mystery like a script from a spy-thriller movie. If this is so, who are the directors and people behind the scene that has made (so far) a blockbuster in real-life theater?

Remember September 11 WTC attack, it started as a mystery, a classic whodunit script that was later turned out to be an inside job involving the who’s who in the circle of some global elites using spy networks in the process. And just like in the movies, the Lone Gunmen, a FOX TV show depicts a U.S. government plot to crash a hijacked Boeing into the WTC six months before 9/11, and other TV series that somehow hinted that 9/11 will happen. And it did happen. After more than a decade since 9/11, the use of airbus as weapon (in this case the crashing of such plane on World Trade Center twin towers) is not farfetched since there is a possibility that the lost Malaysian plane could later will resurface and be use as a weapon. Outrageous?

Here is the article by Yoichi Shimatsu, Role Of Israel & Soros Exposed By MH370 Twin Jet In Tel Aviv (exclusive to 3-27-14) : BANGKOK – “It is by no mere coincidence, when telltale evidence of a Mossad role in the MH370 hijack was starting to snowball, that Israel's embassies and consulates were suddenly shut down due to a "strike by diplomatic staff". This fork-tongued alibi was obviously meant to prevent law enforcement agencies across Asia and the Western world from questioning Israeli intelligence agents and military attaches about the whereabouts and fate of the hundreds of passengers.

The Jewish state's diplomatic corps has retreated further into a tortoise shell, perhaps because of the hammer blow from investigative journalist Christopher Bollyn, who previously exposed Israel's hand behind the 911 attacks. Based on eyewitness reports from a network of plane watchers in Europe and in Israel, Bollyn reports that an identical production model of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 is being kept out of regular service inside a hangar at Tel Aviv Airport.
Seattle-based Boeing assembles aircraft in pairs as its standard practice, but the question is how one jet was leased by Malaysia's national carrier while the matching plane was secretly turned over to the Israeli government without a purchase order from state-run El Al airlines.

Bollyn uncovered the fact that the two jets were delivered to a third-party company, whose top manager has a longtime connection with the George Soros. From the timeline of events, it is obvious that the plane transfers and subsequent electronic hijacking were part of a larger strategy, which was purportedly aimed at:

first, a planned false-flag attack involving mass murder of American citizens to be blamed on the two Iranians aboard MH370, in order to prompt the White House to order air strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities and air defenses; and

second, the blatant theft of key technology related to Freescale Semiconductor's Kinesis microchip, the world's tiniest micro-controller, for use in miniature weapons systems that will ensure Israeli military supremacy for decades to come.”

Just like in the movies right? Even though some conspiracy theories are hard to believe at the start but in the end events will turn out and will prove the conspiracy theorists right from the start. But who knows what will emerge from various ‘investigations’ being done but as far as we know (based from our observations), in order to hide the truth from coming out, a web of deception and mind-conditioning had to be employed, in doing so the real motive of the real mastermind will be protected in the process.

Before Malaysia and China's blame game worsen, it will be better for the Malaysian Airlines to tell the truth- as to what is the mysterious cargo allegedly disguised as lithium batteries is all about? Is the 'cargo' cleared by the Malaysian government? Was there a secret arrangement between the Malaysian and the PROC's governments or military? Who were the 20 experts-scientists from Freescale Semiconductor (Austin, Texas) passengers of MH370?                                            

In the end, the public has the right to know the truth and in the case of the missing MH370 jetliner, is it a masterpiece or just another 9/11 script, a good copy? I don’t think so, translation-'kumita na yan’ as I always say JUST LIKE IN THE MOVIES.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Historical Revision by Erick San Juan

Historical Revision by Erick San Juan

Japan’s policy of glorification of the country’s World War II militarism, spreading of ultranationalist values within the country raises concerns in the Asia-Pacific region. Accelerated strengthening of its military capabilities, launched procedure of working out of legislative basis for refusing from postwar pacifist principles fixed in the region can be undermined and a new arms race that will affect the economies of most neighboring countries can start.

Japan’s actions are covered with its propaganda rhetoric, in particular, proclaimed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s slogan of “strong country” revival and promoted by him the doctrine of so-called “proactive pacifism”. For its military capabilities, strengthening Japan widely exploits the thesis of an increase of political tensions in the region. The country’s policy is directly connected to the creation of an image of enemy around China and North Korea.

In so doing, Abe’s plan of changing its constitution to shift to militarism in the guise of assuring countries in the region occupied by Japanese forces during World War II that constitutional reforms would be made "with the obvious premise of pacifism, people's sovereignty and basic human rights."

And this statement is a loud B.S. considering the comfort women survivors of the Second World War, (which include my former nanny who took care of me when i was still a baby) still lingering the pains both emotional and psychological, they experienced in the hands of Japan’s Imperial Armed Forces, and now Mr. Abe will issue a rhetoric about basic human rights? Another chubibo?

The mere fact that PM Abe visited  Yasukuni Shrine on December 26, a year after he became Japan’s Prime Minister, this step signifies glorification of 'war criminals' guilty of thousands of deaths of innocent people.

Herewith, the Japanese government prefers not to remember dark pages of the country’s past erasing from history textbooks such facts as Nanjing Massacre in 1937, killing of 50 thousand representatives of the Chinese community in Singapore in 1942, massacre in Manila in 1945 (100 thousand victims). And that is not the end of the list.

How outrageous is the spreading of nationalistic values in Japan’s society by its government, in particular, plans to memorize the letters of WWII suicide pilots. According to Japan’s NHK TV Company officials from Chiran Peace Museum in the city of Minamiryushu (where 14,000 farewell letters of the WWII suicide pilots are stored) have applied for inclusion of 330 exhibits of this collection in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.

In addition, Momii Katsuto, the CEO of NHK TV Company stated that creation of field brothels where the locals had been exploited had been a common practice for all countries participated in WWII. In connection to this, he said all claims to Japan regarding that issue were unfounded. Japan’s pleading guilty and compensation payment to countries suffered from its actions were out of the question.
On February 8 – 9 in Beijing, a conference on comfort women problem was held by Shanghai Normal University in cooperation with Sungkyunkwan University. The participants decided to apply for inclusion of a set of archival documents related to coercion of women from Asian countries into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army in UNESCO Memory of the World Program. Specific deadline for this application is not defined but probably it will be timed to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII.

This initiative was launched in response to Japan’s request to include farewell letters and photos of its WWII suicide pilots in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. These Japan’s action were taken as justification of the country’s WWII military aggression and the call against the results of WWII and postwar world order.

The Philippines comfort women survivors were not given special consideration when PM Shinzo Abe and President Noynoy Aquino met last year. Mr. Abe only pledged support for Philippine maritime forces by providing a concessional loan to build 10 coast guard patrol boats for the Philippines for obvious reason - confront China in separate territorial disputes.

Yes, it was a welcome support to help us guard our maritime territories but the fact that the two leaders met and discussed ways for cooperation and partnership, it could have been a very fruitful meeting if they had the sincerity, especially on the part of Mr. Abe, to offer apology and just compensation by the Japanese government to Filipinas (and all the comfort women) who were abused by the Japanese Imperial Army during WWII. Sadly, there was no move to do such a noble thing from the visiting Prime Minister.

And with the growing tensions encompassing several regions, especially in the Asia-Pacific, the horrors of the Second World War particularly the abuses and violence against women might be repeated again. As the saying goes-"for those who never learn from the lessons of history, will have the tendency to repeat it." (George Santayana)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

"Chubibo"-Taken for a Ride on Rotational Basis

"Chubibo"-Taken for a Ride on Rotational Basis
by Erick San Juan

According to Defense Undersecretary Pio Lorenzo Batino, "the new access agreement with the US will not require the signatures of either President Aquino or US President Obama. It will be signed by concerned cabinet members, other diplomatic officials or heads of concerned agencies. The said agreement will not be a treaty or executive agreement but an implementing agreement of the Visiting Forces Agreement and the Mutual Defense Treaty. So, it will not require Senate concurrence."

But Senator Miriam Santiago argued that any agreement involving the posting of troops and war equipment in another sovereign state is a treaty.

She said that while the president is authorized to negotiate or even approve an agreement, such deal “should only be limited to a topic connected to a prior treaty.”

She said it would not be right for the government to invoke the Philippine-US Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT) of the 1950s as the “prior treaty” since allowing foreign troops and equipment on Philippine soil “is a major subject in itself” and “not a minor case of detail.”

“So it cannot be classified as an executive agreement but as a treaty to which the Philippine Senate must give its concurrence,” she added.

Santiago advised the executive branch to let the Senate examine the deal or risk having it challenged before the Supreme Court (SC).

“The Senate is going to scream because we always fight for our power to concur with any ratification made by the President. That will become a constitutional issue and the case will automatically be elevated to the Supreme Court,” she said. “So it’s much better to have the Senate to concur with its ratification.” (Source: Marvin Sy, March 17, 2014)

As Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Sen. Santiago said that “I have a problem with this proposal to embody American rotational presence in the form of an executive agreement. The administration knows or realizes that whatever the negotiations will immediately revive recent memories of the acerbic debate between those in favor and those against the Visiting Forces Agreement. The Constitution mandates that treaties and international agreements should be made in concurrence of the Senate. She said the US just wants to go around the Philippine Constitution by negotiating another agreement. Finally, she warned - "Please don't try any tricks for I am here.”  (Source: by Christina Mendez Aug. 16, 2013)

Sen. Santiago is consistent and vigilant so as not to commit the same mistake when it comes to ratifying a treaty or agreement.
People repeating history is not a good sign in this exciting time when the perceived epicenter of the next global conflict will start here in the Asia-Pacific region. We should heed the warning of Sen. Santiago for the nth time that we will be the lightning rod attracting the master’s enemies in the process and be use as canon fodders.

Same is true with our last article that we expressed our doubt that this administration has actually did a patriotic shift. The lip service that we heard before has now being practiced again and in the process will take us all for a ride (translation – chubibo) on a rotational basis like what Uncle Sam wanted to do with this so-called enhanced military cooperation.
So what the f--k we need another agreement when in reality this ‘new animal’ is already being covered in the Visiting Forces Agreement that US troops will come and go on a rotational or on a temporary basis. They have been doing this for over a decade now and the truth is the temporary camp (a.k.a. base) in the south is off-limits, meaning exclusive territory rights for the US military. So what else is new with another agreement? Is there something that the big brother is not telling us? Or our leaders are too loyal to say no to a perceived master’s whim?       

Instead of making the so called 'camp sharing' agreement conform with our constitution, these not so bright boys will make the constitution conform with the agenda of their real 'boss'.

Only in the Philippines!

Monday, March 10, 2014

Patriotic Shift by Erick San Juan

Malacanang said on Thursday (March 6) that it would not allow the Philippines to be shortchanged in the framework access agreement that it is negotiating with the United States.

Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Sonny Coloma said the country has already learned its lesson from the Visiting Forces Agreement, which has been described by critics as lopsided.

“It is only proper that both sides - especially us - address past challenges. We cannot allow that we will be shortchanged,” Coloma said. (Manila Standard Today 3/7/2014)

At last, after years of writing and broadcasting our advocacy of helping the country not to take another false move regarding agreement/treaty, we are finally vindicated. At least our ‘lingo’ shortchanged is now being used when it comes to our relationship with Uncle Sam. This time around the statement from the Palace pertains to the ongoing negotiation on the access agreement through the Bilateral Strategic Dialogue in Washington.

I have consistently been writing and talking (through my several speaking engagements, tv guesting and in my daily radio program at DWSS1494khz) about learning our lessons from history so that we will not repeat the same mistakes as our past leaders did. True enough after our long years of ‘cooperation’ with the US, still we have been shortchanged. But for whatever its worth, the present administration must now be commended by standing firm on the salient provisions on this new access agreement so that we will not find ourselves on the losing end again.

“But our guidance to our team is this: there will be no repetition of the mistake in the Visiting Forces Agreement. The provisions should always be in accordance with the Constitution, and not violative. And we should also be sensitive to the concerns of our people,” Gazmin added. (Ibid)

I hope and pray, together with our fellow Filipinos, that these words of DND Sec. Voltaire Gazmin will really be the guidance in all our undertakings with Washington as well as with other nations. It is only by this that any leader can show their concern for the country and for future generations.

Like what I usually remind our readers (and listeners) that we are not against the Americans and in fact there are a lot of patriotic Americans who are helping us through their information via email which we appreciate a lot. They are also victims of bad leadership dictated by the super elites who are really behind in screwing the poor Americans of their hard-earned money. Now they are also suffering from job loss, less healthcare benefits and even their homes are taken from them by wrong government policies.
Veteran news analyst-editor and nationalist Ka Maning Almario emailed me the other day, reminding me of his essay way back in 1977 about what is good and bad about the the U.S. which The Focus-a leading national magazine under martial law featured. He said that the US revolution is a landmark in the human struggle for democracy. But from nationalism, it turned into imperialism. Among it's earliest victims was the Philippines. In the 20th century up to the present. It bullied militarily and economically weaker countries like RP for control of our resources and markets. He added that today, millions of innocent folks have been casualties of US weapons of mass destruction as the US continue to intervene in other countries affairs in pursuit of it's imperial interests. We must reject and with our puny strength, fight US imperialism while recognizing and welcoming original American principles of justice and the right to self determination.
We are facing very exciting times of possible global war and we are witnessing the escalation of movements to outdone the military might of every country that poses threat to their supremacy. And in the midst of all of these, as a small country but with very strategic advantage in location in this region, we have to play our cards well. It would be very crucial that PNoy should have people in his loop who will have expertise in geostrategy that can guide him in making moves so as not to put the nation in the crosshairs, especially with China.

Now with the forthcoming visit of President Barack Obama, there is no stopping their plan of re-establishing their former bases here as their ‘temporary’ place for more American troops, aircraft and ships. What our negotiating panel’s crucial role now is to assure the whole Filipino nation that we will get what is due us in this agreement and maybe to add more incentives like visa-free access in entering the American soil and let us not forget our veterans who are still not well compensated for their important role in the last world war. And possibly an automatic support and retaliation approve by the US Congress in case of aggression.

Let us remain vigilant and support this administration for the common good.

 God bless the Filipino people!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

What Went Wrong? By Erick San Juan

What Went Wrong? By Erick San Juan 

The brewing tension in Central Asia, particularly in Ukraine has put Washington in the limelight again with NATO not far behind in this another ‘neo-Nazi’ operation as what Mike Billington of the Executive Intelligence Review share the statement of the Russian Federation Ministry of Foreign Affairs in connection with statements made by the U.S. Secretary of State about the situation in Ukraine : “We consider the threats against Russia , made in a series of public statements by Secretary of State John Kerry in connection with the latest events in Ukraine and Crimea , to be unacceptable. Without bothering to study and comprehend the complex processes taking place in Ukrainian society and make an objective evaluation of the situation, which continues to deteriorate after the forcible seizure of power in Kiev by radical extremists, the Secretary of State is using Cold War cliches, proposing to 'punish' the Russian Federation rather than those who organized the coup d’├ętat."

"At the same time, nothing is said about the fact that it was the USA and its allies, who closed their eyes to the rampages of the Maidan guerrillas, their abuses against their political opponents and ordinary citizens, their militant Russo-phobia and anti-Semitism, and their desecration of the memory of the heroes of the Great Patriotic War. Washington has likewise ignored the fact that the newly emerged Kiev regime has flouted the February 21 agreement, to which the foreign ministers of Germany, France and Poland had affixed their signatures, and has formed a 'government of the victors,' in effect declaring war on the Russian language and everything associated with Russia. Now the West has overt neo-Nazis, who have smashed up Orthodox churches and synagogues, as its allies."

"Russia’s position has been and remains consistent and open. While for some Western politicians, Ukraine is merely a geopolitical playing field. For us this is a fraternal nation, with which we are bound together by our centuries-long common history."

"Russia is interested in a stable and strong Ukraine , where  the legitimate rights and interests of Ukrainians, of our compatriots, and of all citizens are ensured. In the extraordinary situation that has come about, though no fault of ours, when the life and safety of the residents of Crimea and the southeast regions are under a real threat because of the irresponsible and pro-vocational actions of the followers of Bandera and other ultra-nationalist elements, the measures we are taking are appropriate and absolutely legal. We advocate the speediest possible return of the situation in Ukraine to normalcy, based on the Feb. 21 agreement, including the formation of a legitimate government of national unity, taking into account the interests of all political forces and regions of the country.”

But  it depends on whose meddling. Brendan O'Neill in his blog said-"The word 'meddling' is used to describe Russian President Vladimir Putin's intervention in Ukraine, but never to describe Germany's Angela Merkel or State Sec. John Kerry's cultivation of the oppositional forces-that is 'mediation'.

Jim Willie-a popular American economic analyst in his latest report:'Consequences of Ukraine Episode' explained that Russian President Putin will slam the west by demanding gold payment instead of cash currency for Gazprom gas supplied to Europe. Russian Gazprom has been attacked in Cyprus, in Syria and now in Ukraine. The Russian currency Rubble is allegedly been attacked by the Wall Street.

The Global Network(3/3/14) narrated that the 'oil'-igarchy wants to get hold of the natural gas( the world's largest supply) that sits on Russian territory. It also wants full control of the Arctic region to drill oil. Russia reportedly has a huge northern coastal border with the arctic and thus stands in the way of western oil control. Global Network cautioned the US-NATO that they might be messing with a country that has the capability to fight back. It concluded that this is how world wars get started.
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine, if not handled well can actually escalate into another regional war and might lead to a global war using thermonuclear weapons. Some might say that this will not reach the other side of the continent, in Asia-Pacific, wrong. The mere fact that Uncle Sam has re-established in the recent past its presence in the region in its ‘famous pivot to Asia’, countries here has to expect more than friendly persuasion in the guise of several rhetoric and doublespeak to win the hearts of the Asian leaders. We are actually part of the virtual coalition of the willing through Washington’s soft touch operation by helping nation-states in modernizing its armed forces but at the proper time we could possibly all be drag to their choice of war arena, in this case – the Central Asia.

On the other hand, since the so-called return to Asia-Pacific by the U.S., we have observed a lot of word wars and saber-rattling between Washington and Beijing. As we watch the developments on what could be another brewing conflict in the China Sea (both South and East), our nation is being groomed as its possible pawn in Uncle Sam’s grand war game.

The forthcoming visit of President Obama in the country will actually seal the ‘access agreement’ which was not been signed yet because of the provision on the right of our government to enter the ‘US premises’ (where they will install their military personnel and hardware) from time to time for inspection. Could it be possible that this ‘hurdle’ in finalizing the said agreement can be resolved only by US Pres. Obama in his visit next month? Then presto, the ghost of the past American bases will once again haunt us and in the process we will be used as cannon fodders, again. We really never learn. History has given us the lessons and proved that in the end if we're not vigilant, we will be shortchanged because of our colonial mentality.

May it be in Central Asia and/or in Asia Pacific, some pundits believe that Obama's foreign policy may deem international politics to be a "space open for dialogue", but the rest of the world still considers international politics to be a "struggle for power" and reacts sensitively to the US' "non-exercise" of its power. No matter how much it advocates for "active involvement", the Obama administration will be unable to dispel this image of a "non-involved America" as long as this perception gap exists. We are now witnessing the creation of a type of power vacuum in international politics as well as an increase in instability as a result. (US creates a power vacuum in Asia by Nakayama Toshihiro)