by Scott Creighton
I thought Gordon Duff had gone completely insane when he started pushing that Dimitri idiot who claimed the Twin Towers were brought down by 3 40-year-old 150 kiloton nuclear bombs planted under the bedrock on lower Manhattan back in 1967 when the towers were first being built. Fat Man was the nickname of the plutonium based atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki… it was 21 kilotons. Little Boy was a uranium based weapon dropped on Hiroshima with a yield of about 13-18 kilotons… just for the record.
Actually, I didn’t think he was insane, I figured he was a disinfo agent getting paid to promote stupid bullshit to make the Truth movement look like idiots. Looks like I was right.
Now Gordon is promoting some new, more dangerous kind of disinfo. Now he’s claiming that the rebel leadership is the rightful government of Libya because the US and Britain say so and that they have a “list” of journalists, writers, and bloggers who have been paid by Gadhafi apparently to write stuff that is not the official NATO approved version of what is happening over there. Duff goes on to say that these writers can be arrested and charged with a variety of crimes for writing these things.
“Reliable sources in Libya, both with rebel forces and in Tripoli have verified that records of payments made to activists, journalists, bloggers and other media personnel by Gaddafi have been turned over to rebel forces.
The rebels, under the authority of the National Transitional Council, constitute the legally recognized government of Libya in the instances of criminal jurisdiction, even in areas currently under the control of Colonel Gaddafi…
As the rebel government has been recognized, since July 15 by the United States, Britain and other key powers, there are unseen potential legal ramifications tied to, not only war crimes, but for being unregistered foreign agents. Acceptance of payments from the Gaddafi regime (including funds deposited via a Gadaffi controlled corporation and then paid to an ‘agent’) is also considered “money laundering” in accordance with both US law and international convention. Each article is a felony count and there is a past history of prosecutions on the statute.” Gordon Duff
Duff claims that Veterans Today “has staffers on the ground” with the rebels and repeatedly refers to the armed al Qaeda linked terrorists as the official government of Libya. Notice how many times he repeats that theme in this short article.
“The rebels, under the authority of the National Transitional Council, constitute the legally recognized government of Libya…”
Received from representatives of the National Transitional Council, the recognized government of Libya…
As the rebel government has been recognized, since July 15 by the United States, Britain and other key powers…” Gordon Duff
Hillary Clinton couldn’t have put it any better.
I suppose a little blogger like myself shouldn’t worry too much. But ain’t it odd how Duff promotes this tripe trash basically threatening bloggers and writers to stick to the official narrative on Libya when someone like Stephen Lendman is publishing stuff like this on the same website?
“Falsified rebel gains are, in fact, unreported losses and disarray. Moreover, without NATO air support, they’d have been routed months ago. Air cover also gave NATO a chance to slaughter and injure thousands of Libyan civilians, as well as cause horrific mass destruction, related to imperial, not military, aims.
Both Times writers also reported rebel claims of having Tripoli surrounded as well as key supply lines cut off. None of it is true, but fact-checking isn’t part of Times writers’ job description – just reporting accounts ordered by their bosses.” Stephen Lendman
I guess the threat here is that we should shut up or risk being charged with money laundering because some al Qaeda linked CIA stooge in Libya says our names are “on the list”. Of course, that list itself will be super-duper top secret and therefore it won’t be produced in a court of law. We’ll just have to take their word for it.
Cute development huh? Leave it to Gordon Duff, the guy who brought us Dimitri what’s his name, to start spreading this crap around the blogs.