Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore writes to expose Former CIA Director John Brennan among others in his book, Paine: How We Dismantled the FBI in Our Pajamas. The book available on Amazon provides an account of one cover up after another by George W. Bush, Barack Obama and the Clinton Cartel, and a long line of FBI and CIA directors and other entities working together in one of the longest running scandals in recent history.
Working as one cohesive team subverting party lines and international borders this crew is responsible according to Mike Moore for the ruin the many who have pushed for investigations into Iran’s hiding of Osama bin Laden in the Islamic Republic after 9/11. The words the writer uses to describe these efforts are conspiracy and treason also involving former elites in the Saudi Kingdom and Supreme Leader Khamenei in Iran as the leader of the infamous Committee of Nine, a criminal ring of international and state-sponsored terrorism.
Moore describes the detailed process of the FBI’s use of public raids and the media’s role to provide conveniently identical character assassinations in the press to destroy the reputations of those who tried to initiate the investigations on recovered intel for Osama bin Laden in Iran during both wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now, other documents published outside Mike Moore’s book detail the involvement of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the 9/11 attack, and other documents released over the years discuss Iran’s hosting of al-Qaeda members in Iran under so called, “house arrest.” This would also partly explain some of the motivation to silence current protests in Iran against the Islamic Republic and the ongoing information handling within compromised media of Iran related topics as news.
This evidence certainly fits together to provide a more detailed picture of the Iran-Saudi secret alliance to serve al-Qaeda, and Moore’s account runs through the nuclear agreement that was used to keep Iran quiet and paid off by the Obama administration and other participants fighting the keep the agreement in place. The media are described as generals of the deep state running planted stories to annihilate its opposition such as the recent spin on the nuclear deal. The writer confirms Jamal Khashoggi as an al-Qaeda operative whose cover was a Washington Post journalist.
The book also provides insiders’ accounts of the Benghazi betrayal directly naming the FBI Director at the time, Robert Mueller who is now investigated President Trump, FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and Patrick Kennedy who worked under Hillary Clinton who were involved in grounding the rescue mission to save Ambassador Chris Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and two CIA operatives, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, both former Navy SEALs who died in 2012 that also led to the sabotage within just 2 months of the attack of CIA Director David Petraeus also a retired general who may have threatened to expose President Obama at the time.
For those keeping up with news on efforts to drain the DC swamp as well as events in Iran, Syria, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia, Mike Moore contributes valuable information to the effort of completing an accurate picture of recent history over the last several decades as a former FBI investigator himself with insider sources.
After some 500 rockets were sent into Israel by Hamas and other Palestinian factions, a cease-fire was reached with critics on both sides already gathering in protest. Protests this year have already claimed over 200 Palestinian protesters of the blockade on Gaza. 500 Hamas rockets and mortars tested weaknesses in Israel’s iron dome and called into action all IDF reserves after a Hamas leader was killed in a covert operation. Qatar and others have threatened to cut funding to Hamas over the conflict. Brazil is considering following the US pattern to shift embassies to Jerusalem. Egypt is criticizing both Israel and Brazil.
US State Department declared it stands with Israel but called for an immediate halt in aggression. IDF has confirmed that 20-plus Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad targets in Gaza, including terror compounds, observation posts and rocket-launching squads have been hit. The ceasefire will return matters to 2014 conditions, but others are predicting further belligerence from Hamas and its supporters and ongoing covert or clandestine missions between Israel and Palestine connected to other conflicts in the region. The conflict in 2014 lasted about 50 days with anywhere between 50-150 rockets fired daily.
Critics are pointing out that since the last cease-fire agreement, Hamas has been given the opportunity to stockpile some 20,000 rockets and mortar shells and developed advanced combat weapons including multi-copper drones and small unmanned aerial vehicles without a care as to civilian casualties.
Sanctions on Iran are working. Iran’s government is showing signs of beginning to bleed out by flooding the market with liquidity and providing loans to people on the verge of default, mainly the middle class. However, this does not appear to lessen the level of dissent in Iran towards the establishment’s elite who continue to invest outside the country. Sanctions have gone into effect and Iran has been excluded from the SWIFT system.
For the Iranian mainstream, hope remains in regime change according to latest news and social conversation from Iranians who watched the midterm elections. Regime change advocates are waiting to see any foreign policy changes with most Iranians pushing for stronger pressure on the Islamic Republic as part of their longer embattled relationship with the regime over issues of equality, human rights, and economic opportunity spanning decades with or without sanctions.
The Statistical Center of Iran in September showed 5.4% inflation while the Central Bank reported 6.1% that month. The Central Bank and the issue of frozen assets still loom at the supreme court level. If the Central Bank wins it will be a major financial windfall, Peterson wins, it will set a new canon for other terrorism litigation claims and payouts involving multiple governments that have sponsored acts of terrorism in some way. Meanwhile the Revolutionary Guards’ speedboats continue their attempts to control the Gulf, but they do not have the power to sustain Iranian control of the waterway for long against western naval forces.
Panic Strikes International Players
This can all change in an instant. If Iran had a reliable legal and financial system, it would be an excellent trading partner and ally on its way to becoming a major superpower. But as it stands now, today is the anniversary of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks and for CIA experts on Iran who joined Thomas Kaplan’s Counter Extremism Project (CEP) and United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) are engaged in their first meeting with Jean-Charles Brisard who was also Co-counsel, Chief investigator and expert on terrorism and terrorism financing for 9/11 Families class-actions for MOTLEY RICE LLC representing over 10,000 family member victims of 9/11 between 2002-2009.
Recently published testaments by Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore detail the hiding the of Osama bin Laden in Iran after 9/11 and conspiracy to continue the cover up through the secret nuclear agreement involving France, Germany, US, UK, Russia, China, and Iran. Mike Moore implicates former CIA director, John Brennan who initiated the Iran Mission Centre (IMC) and former presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama and presidential candidate Clinton. As panic continues within the conspiracy, Sessions has resigned and Robert Mueller also implicated by Moore has announced the coming of new indictments as Iran continues to threaten war in the Gulf if oil tankers are attacked. Russian Naval Forces prepare to hit Idlib in Syria after numerous violations to the ceasefire. The regional tension is rising once again. Hamas has opened fire on Israel with other Palestinian factions. Iran could become divided between conflicts in Israel and Syria from the Red Sea and Shipping in the Gulf.
US General Shot in Taliban Attack and 8 Taliban Members Sanctioned
U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Smiley died after being shot in a Taliban attack also killing 2 Afghan leaders in Kandahar province where the US mission trains and advises Afghan security forces and assists with counterterrorism operations. 8 Taliban members have been sanctioned including Pakistanis and Iranians with ties to IRGC-Quds Force. Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait met recently at the Terrorist Financing Targeting Center and agreed to increase pressure on those providing support for Iran.
Since the US pulled out of Afghanistan, Iran began recruiting US trained fighters from Afghanistan for the war in Syria. Now, “Iran’s provision of military training, financing, and weapons to the Taliban is yet another example of Tehran’s blatant regional meddling and support for terrorism,” stated Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. While Afghanistan’s mining industry also fell apart after the US pulled, the global heroin drug trade using Afghanistan’s extensive poppy farms has risen with the help of Iranian chem labs. Naim Barich among those who were sanctioned recently was designated in 2012 by by the United States under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act).
Iranian national, Mohammad Ebrahim Owhadi, was designated for providing housing and training for Taliban members at IRGC-QF facilities in Iran. This training at bases like Nehbandan included Afghan youth between the ages of twelve and fifteen years old as far back as 2008 for suicide attacks. Esma’il Razavi was a senior IRGC-QF official in Birjand in 2008 supporting anti-coalition militants in Farah and Herat Provinces. Abdullah Samad Faroqui acquired weapons and military aid from Iran for the Taliban including thousands of kilograms of explosives from the IRGC. The Taliban have used these to target infrastructure building projects like an oil pipeline that has been under construction and a dam that was targeted in order to recruit workers for suicide bombing missions.
Afghanistan remains largely undeveloped, and the Taliban will continue to target building projects in order to keep the Afghan government weak and susceptible to Taliban and Iranian control of resources.
Turning Crisis into Opportunity for Millions of Migrants Currently in International Flux
The 4,000 migrant caravans from Honduras in transit to the Mexico-US border point to two distinct problems that deserve immediate attention. One is the issue of open or closed borders. The other is what to do about the instability causing mass migration.
Multiple mass migrations movements as a result of war, violent crime, and corruption currently threaten the stability of many continents including the Americas, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East as millions flee their homes in search for safety and employment opportunities risking everything for a chance to live a better life. Currently Central America including countries Honduras, Africa particularly the countries across the Sahel and the Horn of Africa, and Syria in the Middle East are the biggest refugee crises currently demanding coordinated solutions from multiple countries.
Coordination by not only the superpower destinations for millions of migrants but also the local governments within the regions of which migration is occurring is also needed across Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East because together they make up global trafficking routes which are growing in arms, narcotics, human slaves, and other commodities being traded between criminal organizations. These include both cartels and terrorist organizations active on these global trade routes perpetuating state-level corruption, violent crime, and black market industries.
Job Stimulus From Manufacturing and Development Could Promote Domestic and International Prosperity with Stability
This requires the US, Mexico, Canada, and Europe to create a 3 prong strategy- a migration policy to provide safety and economic opportunity for incoming migrants; a foreign policy of development that can be implemented in host countries; and last a global security strategy that serves to protect individuals inside these countries while combating ongoing threat.
Although the recent caravan of 4,000 migrants allegedly organized by for former Honduran legislator and member of the radical leftist Libre party for political gains in the US midterm elections, these individuals and millions more may present an opportunity both timely and unique. Manufacturing and infrastructure development can be a positive draw for millions of migrants to areas of safety and economic opportunity if the new trade agreement between the US, Mexico, and Canada the North American Trade Agreement and development agendas in allied countries could be coordinated with ongoing response to migration. The employment process could also be utilized for vetting as well as training and international placement. The same model can be applied in fact to Europe, Africa, and the Middle East as ongoing African conflicts and renewed fighting in Syria continue to displace innocent people as well as flush out combatants.
AID in the form of housing, food, medicine and other amenities could be shared with employer responsibilities applied towards job sites for construction and development as temporary relief while local communities are being built or to supplement urban growth around those enterprises. Ultimately the migration crises could be used to promote economic growth across superpowers and developing allied countries enabling the teaming up of employers, managers, and labor.
This is also timely with congressional reform about to take shape on AID programming in which development financing and AID may be rolled up and consolidated under fewer government agencies working internationally.
Are Safe Injections of Heroin Funding the Taliban and the IRGC?
Narcoterrorism is designed to weaken states internally using soft war tactics. Opium killed 64,000 Americans in 2016. Afghanistan is one of the largest producers of opium narcotics with the opium trade representing about 80% of the Afghan economy, and the IRGC in partnership with the Taliban are manufacturing heroin in Iran with key destinations in Europe, Canada, and the US. These substances are also emerging from the Iran-Turkey border according to recent news.
Exploiting NGOs authorized to distribute clean needles and administer safe injections in places like Vancouver and Philadelphia, the legalization or liberalization of narcotics may becoming simply another way to fund terrorism and state level crime. The opium epidemic began in the US with pharmaceuticals in the 1990s and now NGOs are being granted rights and provided funding to distribute legalized narcotics in the form of clean needles and safe injections to addicts. This completes the mapping of narcoterrorism for some states like Iran and militant groups like the Taliban.
“Next year the city will permit an NGO to provide a place for drug users to go and inject themselves with potentially lethal drugs,” reported the Economist.
By supplying countries like China, Guatemala, Venezuela, and Mexico that in turn supply the US through pharmaceutical companies and NGOs and the US directly, border solutions would have to take place along with other legislative actions directed at those industries and enforcement measures checking supply lines in order to shut down the opium epidemic in the US. Narcoterrorism has already had devastating effects on the destabilization of Europe with more and more borders being closed and immigration processes challenged. This in turn traps refugees in the asylum process and geographic areas of increasing danger. So, the liberalization of drug use in the west coincides with increased supply by the IRGC sometimes referred to as the Sepah mafia, Taliban, and others.
“Iran’s security agencies is not aimed at eradicating drug trade production and consumption; it is used to ruthlessly eliminate competing actors in the drug business,” says, Paulo Casaca and Siegfried O. Wolf in Waging Jihad by Other Means Iran’s Drug Business and its Role within the International Crime-Terror Nexus
“Missing-person posters hung from storefront windows. The dealers were all out in the open, calling out brand names, even handing out free samples,” from Kensington in Philadelphia.
Africa, as demonstrated in an earlier blog, is an important trafficking continent with systematic attacks coordinated across countries by different networks over time to create an arc of instability in which illicit trafficking is made easier. Somalia is an important country on that arc connecting the Middle East to the African continent. Iran has been awarding $150m annually to the Somali terrorist organization, al-Shabaab. The primary objects of trafficking are not only narcotics, but also weapons, humans, and counterfeit material. The IRGC is the military arm of Iran and key instrument to maintain Iranian interests in Africa and Latin America. Iran’s Heroin exports coincide with legalization of drug use in Europe, Canada, the US.
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