Blair's Neocon War of Terrorism hits Scotland
As if to remind us all, thanks to Blair and his successor Brown, that Scotland was dragged into an unwanted war in the Middle East and north-west Asia, a wannabe terrorist rams Glasgow Airport's doors with a burning Cherokee jeep. Brown's administration gets a chance to exercise its authority, goes into full swing and declares a top level critical alert through Britain. We're all supposed to be on tenterhooks and report each other for "unusual" behaviour.
Preceded by a similar incident in London where an erratically driven Mercedes skidded onto the pavement, knocking down several dustbins, is abandoned by its driver who leaves the headlights on for all to see his was, indeed, unusual behaviour. Quite by coincidence, an ambulance crew which had been called to a nearby club, turns up to notice smoke inside the crashed car and a big green gas can left by its side. On further inspection, it's discovered the car has a large amount of fuel stored in cans and an equally large amount of nails, no exact numbers given in either case.
But it was enough for the MSM's propaganda machine to go into action, assuming that this must be the work of Al Qaeda, mad Islamists etc, etc. This was all confirmed when the driver of the Glasgow Cherokee, his clothes on fire, attacked a policeman shouting, "Allah!". We must assume he wasn't hallucinating.
Hmm, just days away from the second anniversary of that other false flag, July the Seventh, so who is up to all of this and quite what is their motive?
For starters, if these incidents really were terrorist attacks then they were certainly carried out in the clumsiest possible ways, intended it would seem to draw attention rather than to cause any severe loss of life. Had it exploded, the London Mercedes could have killed or maimed passers-by. But why leave the headlights on? Was the driver really a nice guy who wanted to warn folk that something was wrong or did he panic and forget to switch them off before abandoning the car, yet having the presence of mind to leave a gas canister outside it before running away?
Which suggests, in both cases, that the drivers had certainly not intended to suicide themselves in a blaze of glory. On the contrary, the behaviour of both suggests they were far too concerned to save their own lives.
No suicide bombers they, trained through mind-control and drugs to accept a gory end. These guys, it seems, were trained to botch up and fail in the missions they were ostensibly seen to be attempting!
Never mind. At least another mission was accomplished, and that was to give the nation the jitters and the police and the government the opportunity to get as heavy as they like. After all, wouldn't they be failing in their duty to not be so? That is their job, to protect us and people expect it.
Well, so we are led to believe. But in the real world, events suggest otherwise. Both the police and the intelligence services are arms of the government and, despite appearances by its wannabe actors, the job of government turns out to be, not to protect, but to manage us in the interests of its own self-preservation.
By definition, government is about mind control. Hiding within the word we find 'govern+ment', or govern the mind. And that is certainly what modern governments spend a lot of time doing. In earlier days, the mind control of government was to obtain political consensus among its people. With the abandonment of Keynesian economics, consensus was no longer the flavour of the day. Monetarism, or 'neo-liberalism' as it is euphemistically described these days is not about consensus but about the use of coercion, brute force and power over the weak in the name of profit and the devil take the hindmost.
And that is what governments in the west are busily promoting.
To control people, however, is not easy. The most obvious way to control them is to bully them through making them afraid. 911 was the classical example of that, July the Seventh another, Madrid, Bali and so on. And, just to ensure they stay on message they need, from time to time, to be reminded of that fear. That's what the intelligence services are there to plan and carry out and the police and the army to clear up after them.