American Gladio: No. It’s Not “Big Pharma” Folks

by Scott Creighton

Funny isn’t it how these alternative sites (Prison Planet, What Really Happened and Ryan Dawson’s site) are pushing the exact same misinformation started by a paper owned by Philip Anschutz in the wake of the Aurora Massacre.

Many of the so-called “alternative media” prophets are pushing the “big pharma is too blame” meme on the recent spate of mass casualty events taking place across the country. Though we are far too medicated as a society and we should not be prescribing most of the medications we are too our children, the fact is, this line of propaganda (and it is propaganda) is beyond counter productive to our efforts. By blaming medications and thus the medicated suspects (i.e. “patsies”) what these alternative news voices are saying is the official narrative is accurate. It’s the LIHOP explanation for the American Gladio project which is clearly underway at this point.

It is toothless, pointless and fails to take into account multiple bits of relevant information which are out there which I believe prove many of these patsies did not even take part in these shootings much less “go off” because of SSRIs.

This line of distraction is also not fully supported by the facts. In the case of Adam Lanza, the police specifically stated that they did not find evidence of any medications in the home. In the case of William Spengler, what they call “evidence” is shaky hearsay evidence at best. The reports that James Holmes took medications either comes from the “unconfirmed” report that he was hooked on Vicodin or the guilt by association conclusion that since he was seeing a councilor, he must therefore have been on medication. But I have yet to see concrete proof that Holmes was on anything.

There is no information that Wade Michael Page was on any kind of medications at all before he went off shooting up the joint at the Sikh Temple. All we know about him is the fact that he was a psychological operations specialist for the army before apparently infiltrating the Hammerskins for the FBI and that many witnesses reported more than one gunman.

But SSRIs? Nope. Not a one.

So where is this line of disinfo coming from and who does it serve?

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World on Fire: “Innocence” Psyop Justification for Sweeping Imperialist Aggression

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE 3: Check out the article over at aangirfan. Some really good questions about this psyop and links.

UPDATE 2: Take a look at the indignant yuppies who are angry about the video.

UPDATE: Didn’t take too long… U.S. sending marines into Sudan as well


All across the Middle East, the CIA created “professional jhadists” are raging against the machine in  many of the “7 countries in 5 years” nations that were targeted for regime change over a decade ago. Embassies are being assaulted by roaming bands of young, yuppie “rebels” looking to help spin up a justification for military intervention in their countries and the ensuing neoliberalization of the economy which is sure to follow. In Sudan and Yemen and Egypt specifically, the attacks are fermenting a national consensus back here about having to send in military troops though technically speaking, the president doesn’t need to build such a consensus when embassies come under attack. The marines are already  in Libya and Yemen at this point and Sudan is probably not far behind in the planning stages.

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Sikh Temple Massacre: Wage Page an FBI Informant? Security Cameras Off?

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: see the end of the article for two updates


Information about Wade Michael Page’s background is slowly trickling out and some interesting things have surfaced.

First of all, was Page an informant working for the FBI? The strange switch in his demeanor and the timing of his decision to join the hate movement while several others were being hired by the FBI do infiltrate it may tell us something. But perhaps a statement about his name showing up on previous federal investigations will tell us more.

Another interesting find is the fact that it is now public knowledge that for some reason, the security cameras at the Temple were “turned off” during the shooting. Considering all the conflicting reports of multiple shooters and Wade’s death, this is a dramatic development.

Wade Page FBI informant?

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Sikh Temple Massacre: CNN Cites David Gletty, the SPLC, and the ADL in ONE Article

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: In an interview, David Gletty admits to watching “young girls” get raped (gang raped?), people being murdered, and taking illicit drugs while doing nothing to stop any of it while he was working as an informant for the FBI. He claims he allowed all of this to take place because his “mission” would have been jeopardized had he whipped out his gun and done something to stop it. Then he remarkably states that they only moved on the gang once they were talking about taking down drug dealers in the area. He claimed the FBI told him  “OK, before any public gets hurt, let’s go ahead and throw down on them.”

Really? What about the raped “young girls” and other murdered people? Are they not the public?

He then goes on to admit that he was living with his mother during his entire stint as an FBI informant infiltrating the Nazis. His mother?


Talk about propaganda…

CNN has a new article in which they make the claim that there are more than a thousand hate groups active in the United States which have the potential to conduct the next Sikh temple massacre. In order to prove this, CNN relies on three main sources:

  1. a guy who was a fake skin-head turned “investigator” for the FBI- David Gletty
  2. a “not-for-profit” organization run by one of the most racist hatemongers in America (and whose funding depends on there being a large group of racist hatemongers in America) – SPLC
  3. and an organization that has been determined to be pursuing “Nazi gun control laws in America” by the gun rights group Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) – ADL

Let’s just overlook for a moment the obvious financial conflicts of interest organizations like the ADL and the SPLC have in any discussion on this subject, and for that matter the “investigator” who also stands to increase his revenue stream as well.

And let’s also forget the SPLC’s last “victory” against “racist hate groups”, the Hutaree 9 militia group. Remember what happened to them? They got set up and entrapped by the JTTF and the FBI. Holder came out saying of the case against them it was…

an insidious plan by anti-government extremists.” … and we have dealt “a severe blow to a dangerous organization that today stands accused of conspiring to levy war against the United StatesEric Holder on the Hutaree militia

Guess what? Turns out after a year in custody, these guys were let off… the entire case thrown out of court because the judge thought it was bullshit, that they hadn’t planned to attack anyone, let alone police officers…

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Sikh Temple Massacre: Here it comes… Page Was Against the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Former Special Forces soldier David Kellerman admits that he was tasked by the FBI to infiltrate the National Alliance in 2000… Page left his career in the military in late ’98 and then set out to get involved in the hate band scene… in the same year, 2000. Were Kellerman and Page working on the same operation?


Well that didn’t take long…

Page’s neighbor, 53-year-old retiree John Hoyt, told AFP that the suspect had a tattoo referring to the September 11, 2001 attacks by Islamist militants on US sites and “something about lost souls.”

But he said he had been surprised to learn of the shootings, as Page had seemed a “pretty normal guy”, despite having strong opinions about the United States’ military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“I was surprised. He was a real laid back kind of guy. The only negative things he said was about the war and his girlfriend and President Bush Junior, because he started the war,” Hoyt said. AFP

So, let me get this straight, he was a psyop specialist who was opposed to the occupations and the illegal invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan… who blamed Bush for lying us into war… but he hated Muslims anyway… so he attacked some Sikhs?

Is that the story?

Got it.

Meanwhile… someone burned down a Mosque in Missouri

Sikh Temple Massacre: White Supremacy or Destabilization?

by Scott Creighton

So far we have determined that Wade Michael Page served 6 years in the military mostly doing psychological warfare for the 9th Psychological Operations Battalion whose motto is “win the mind win the day”

We also know that he left the military in Oct of 1998 apparently to start a career as a racist. According to a Southern Poverty Law Center report (take it for what it is worth) Page started out around 2000 looking to get into the “White Power” music scene. He had a motorcycle and some tattoos and a government paycheck, so why not. Off he went.

He was in a bunch of “hate bands”, one of them called Definite Hate. Pretty clever that one. Here’s a pic of him in that tee shirt.

definite something…

The SPLC report links to a supposed interview he gave to a racist site called Label 56, but of course, that link doesn’t work.

Someone over at ATS found a list of his previous residences and I decided to map one of them…

Hows that for a coincidence?

Was Wade Michael Page part of a long term psyop looking to infiltrate the White Supremacy counter couture of America? Was he reactivated as part of the newly established destabilization campaign here at home? Did his team turn the psyop on him or did he accidentally get caught off guard by local police? Was he just a young man fucked up in the head after years of psyops?

How is it that this guy couldn’t tell Muslims from Sikhs? He was in the military for Christ’s sake. Don’t they know the difference better than your average skin-head?

Sikh Temple Massacre: Suspect was a Psychological Operations Specialist

by Scott Creighton (H/T Simon)


More information is coming out about the suspect in the Sikh Temple massacre. He was wearing tactical armor like the assailant in Aurora. His name is Wade Michael Page and get this; during his military career, he had been assigned to various psychological operations units.

“The suspect in a shooting that left six people dead at a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee on Sunday has been identified as Wade Michael Page, who served in the U.S. Army for about six years.

According to sources in the U.S. Army, Page enlisted in April 1992 and given a less-than-honorable discharge in October 1998. He served at Fort Bliss, Texas, in the psychological operations unit in 1994, and was last stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, attached to the psychological operations unit. The details of his discharge were not immediately clear.” CBS News

It’s also been reported that the suspect has only been at his location for two weeks. Did he move into that location about the same time that the Aurora Massacre took place? The address is a duplex in the 3700 block of E. Holmes Ave. And get this… he had lived in Colorado

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