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Porkins Policy Radio ep. 19 Mathew Van Dyke: The CIA’s Favorite Mercenary

On this week’s episode we expose the bizarre character know as Mathew VanDyke.  VanDyke is a former journalist who became America’s best know “freedom fighter” in Libya during the 2011 NATO war.  After returning home from the fighting Van Dyke rose to prominence again with his pro-rebel propaganda film on Syria, Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution.  We trace VanDyke’s history through out the Middle East and show how he is most likely some form of CIA asset and mercenary.  In this podcast we also expose some key details which Van Dyke tried his hardest to conceal, including his knowledge that Syrian rebels had chemical weapons, that despite his claims to the contrary he is in fact a paid mercenary, and much more.  Mathew Van Dyke represents a new breed of pro-war propagandists who deserve to be shown for who they are.

Download PPR episode 19

Show Notes:

Who is Mathew Van Dyke? – Truthloader


Mathewvandyke.com

How Osama bin Laden Changed My Life

CPJ: VanDyke’s deception increases risks for journalists

The Accidental Warrior

The American Filmmaker Who Became A Freedom Fighter In Libya

Twitter conversation where VanDyke claims not to be a mercenary

Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution

Syrian Electronic Army VanDyke Leaks

NATO’s War on Syria Just Got Dirtier

AllenVanguard.com

Syria: Media Disinformation, War Propaganda and the Corporate Media’s “Independent Bloggers”


CIA agents emails leaked- CW’s, Sex Scandals, Rigged Interviews…etc


Full Transcript of Leaked Syria ‘War’ Conversation Between Erdogan Officials


NATO Wages Desperate Last Battle in Northern Syria

Mathew VanDyke tweets that he will sue me for defamation

Music:

Souls of Mischief – “From 93 Till Infinity”


MISTAH FAB – “Ghost Ride It”

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Extraordinary rendition in the age of “Hope and Change”

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Remember back when the neocons in the Bush regime illegally abducted people, many with no real connections to Al Qaeda, and transported them to our imperial colonies to be tortured? Obama certainty does. One of his main campaign platforms was to put an end to this barbaric practice. Well it seems that Barry has tweaked this practice, as he is oft to do with Bush era practices. On October 5th US special forces kidnapped Abu Anas al Libi, an alleged Al Qaeda operative, and are now holding and torturing him on board the USS San Antonio. Since the USS San Antonio is in international waters the laws regarding torture and illegal detention do not apply.

Al Libi is being tortured for his alleged role in the 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. As Marcy Wheeler points out, this was 15 years ago. So what intelligence could Al Libi possibly have on the amorphous Al Qaeda? Furthermore most active jihadists and al Libi’s wife claim that he has not been an operational member of Al Qaeda is years. The fact that al Libi has been openly living in Libya poses another interesting question; why now? Since murdering Gaddafi and colonizing Libya, the imperial regime in Washington could at anytime have asked the Libyan government to hand over a man who has been living openly in the North African country. Yet instead they decide to send in the special forces and abduct him. This is all theater designed to brainwash the public into believing that the war on terror is still a threat to our way of life. It diverts attention away from certain issues that the Obama regime would prefer we didn’t focus on, i.e. NSA spying, CIA funding of Al Qaeda, and so forth. Obama and his thugs can stand tall and pretend that they are protecting us from the menace of Islamic terrorism, while they continue to terrorize the Islamic world. This tactic of interrogation at sea is also another way for the Obama regime to falsely claim that they don’t just drone terrorists. That instead they try to capture them when they can. They have used the case of Ahmed Abdulkadir Warsame as an example of this method. If Abu Ana’s al Libi is the terrorist mastermind Washington would have us believe why was he not sent to New York to stand trial? Why is he instead being held illegally in a location more secretive than Guantanamo Bay?

The putrid little scumbag known as John Kerry offered up this little gem in regards to the abduction of Al Libi

I hope the perception is in the world that people who commit acts of terror and who have been appropriately indicted by courts of law, by the legal process, will know that the United States of America is going to do anything in its power that is legal and appropriate in order to enforce the law and to protect our security,
via RT

Clearly Kerry is a complete psychopath. He has absolutely no regards for the rule of law. If he did then he would not be fine with kidnapping a a man in a foreign country, whisking him away to a naval ship, holding him incommunicado with out a lawyer or being mirandized, and torturing him for information. I suppose that if the Yemenis government legally decided through their court system that John Kerry and Barack Obama were guilty of murdering women and children with drones, it would completely be in their right to go to Washington, put black bags over heads and send them to a dungeon for “interrogation.”

NATO intervention brought more than elections

While this video is from March 2012 it is still relevant.  The plight of Black Libyans has not gotten any better since the recent national elections.  So before the interventionists pat themselves on the back for bringing “democracy” to Libya, perhaps they should watch this video.

Shadi Hamid is a Western stooge

Shadi Hamid, the Director of Reashearch at Brooking Doha Center Center, has become a cheerleader for Western intervention.  If you follow Middle Eastern politics at all than you will be very familiar with Shadi Hamid.  Latley Hamid has become a cheerleader for Western intervention in the Middle East.  He pushed hard for the West to get involved in Libya, and has been urging world powers to set up “safe zones” in Syria.  It is very troubling that a man as smart as Hamid would be so cavalier about getting involved in another civil conflict in an Arab nation.  This morning me and him got into a little bit of a Twitter fight.

 

I asked him if he could provide me with links that would back up his claim that less people died.  He did not provide me with any links.  Hamid did not comment on the blow back in Mali, the ethnic violence between Arab’s and Tubu’s, or on the fact that the country is in chaos.  Hamid said nothing of the fact that now the Malian people may not get the right to vote in their elections.  Hamid latter tweeted…

 

By that idiotic reasoning, the American led war in Iraq was totally fine.  They got to vote and dip their index fingers in purple ink.  Who cares that its unstable and violent and as repressive now as it was under Saddam.  Perhaps we should intervene in every Arab country.  As long as they get to vote does it really matter what the consequences are.  Shadi Hamid later re-tweeted warmonger John McCain talking about shwarma.  That about sums up how repulsive Shadi Hamid is.

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