by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: As Kenny (from kenny’s sideshow) points out, our boy Ray went on RT the other day and propped up the Benghazi psyop story as well. The guests on the show kept running away from questions about why Stevens was there (shipping arms and terrorists from Libya to Syria) and what was the CIA “compound” used for in the first place. It was the host who kept bringing up questions about Stevens’ role in the destabilization campaign from the start and ONLY the host called it a “regime change operation” while the guests, including Ray McGovern, kept making one excuse after another for our presence there. Stevens does go on and on about us being the prime motivation behind the “terrorists” attacks.
Then Ray goes on after the break to distance himself from the 9/11 Truth movement claiming he never blamed Bush (or the other administration officials) for “Letting it Happen”(LIHOP) and goes even further to quote from the flawed 9/11 Commission Report as to WHY they say the “terrorists” did it. Not a word from Ray about that confession he committed to memory being from a guy who was tortured repeatedly until he “confessed” what Ray recited on RT. Not a word.
Ray’s position is the original CIA “blowback” narrative of 9/11… “the truth that no one wants to hear” according to Ray McGovern. Based of course on confessions garnered by torture.
Definition of cross agency co-operation: A former CIA agent helping a former FBI agent with his troubled propaganda, published on an NSA “alternative” website
Ray McGovern has penned an article that is beaming with support for the new propaganda told to us by John Miller of CBS “News” (formerly an FBI director). AntiWar then re-posted it uncritically.
“Quick, somebody tell CIA Director John Brennan about the handwriting on the inside wall of the boat in which Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was hiding before Boston-area police riddled it and him with bullets. Tell Brennan that Tsarnaev’s note is in plain English and that it needs neither translation nor interpretation in solving the mystery: “why do they hate us?”: Ray McGovern
Ray never even considers the odd timing of the outrageous claim made by the former FBI director and how convenient it is for the prosecution and the official narrative of this case. He never even addresses the fact that this new “evidence” come from secret unnamed sources or the fact that this new note seems to say the exact same thing they got in their “confession” garnered prior to reading the 19 year old kid his rights. All that eludes the former CIA agent making one wonder just how effective he was back in his glory days as a “Company” man.
But, that not being enough, Ray goes on to complete the Twofer and he props up the old Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (Umar Fizzlepants) story as well.