:: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 ::

Feral Scholar

Spent some time reading Stan Goff's blog. His analysis is always worth reading. The extract below is on the new shift in US intelligence.

P2OG (the Proactive, Preemptive Operations Group), as David Isenberg wrote for Asia Times, represents “the largest expansion into the world of black ops and covert action since the end of the Vietnam War in the 1970s.”

I encourage readers to do their web-homework on this group, because they will be behind a lot of headlines that lay the blame for shit at other people’s feet… if they haven’t already. (Think mosque bombings, think Lebanese assassinations, think anything that uses the name Zarqawi, then we should have a very high index of suspicion.)

Meanwhile, even though it’s still fun to beat up on the CIA, be aware… they are no longer the heavy breathers. Watch Negroponte. Watch Rumsfeld. And watch Alberto Gonzales. This is the new axis of… okay, I won’t go there.

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