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The Ochelli Effect: Foreign Policy Objects 2018 Iran

From Ochelli.com

We kick off 2018 LIVE Ochelli Effect with a great Tuesday discussion featuring Author Michael Swanson and Journalist Pearse Redmond attempting to sort through the nexus of foolishness , strategy , tweets , and tid-bits otherwise left to theatrical Bloviation that seem to be the current U.S. foreign Policy and intellectual calamity under President Agent Orange. First hour , Mike Swanson provides us with his view on how 2018 might play out and Chuck explains the great American sport of what-about-ism. Spinning wheels , around they go , where they stop ? , You may know , but Chuck sure as hell does not , and yet remains hopeful in the face of the impending year ahead. Foreign Policy Objects 2018 Iran , continues in the second hour with our friend Porkins as he breaks down the current images we are peeking at from the newest target of neo-neocon and Trumpet aggression. A lot going on for a Tuesday as we enter into a new year for the Ochelli Effect and dangerous or maybe not so dangerous times ahead. Foreign Policy Objects 2018 Iran . Meanwhile Religious Cults and Islamic whatever are in play during black ops of the past , future and present, and 2018 will be one for the books , even if we do not know the genera or genre just yet.

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Show Notes:

PGG episode ep. 17 The Unquiet Frontier

Iran – Early U.S. Support For Rioters Hints At A Larger Plan

Iran – Few Protests – Some Riots – U.S. Prepares The Next Phase

Cult of the Chameleon

Comrades in Arms – Sexual abuse by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi

Living and Escaping a Terrorist Cult

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Porkins Great Game episode 7 Gladio B Extravaganza

On this episode Christoph and I discuss several recent Gladio B revelations from Russia, China and even Kyrgyzstan.  First we update listeners on the Boris Nemstov assassination investigation.  We discuss how the case has hit a brick wall in terms of suspects and progress.  We explain how the main suspect, Zaur Dadev, has recanted almost his entire story.  We also discuss how alleged ringleader Ruslan Geremeev has vanished from Russia and is most likely hiding out in Dubai.  We then move onto our first Gladio B story with the recent “revelation” from Putin that the FSB has intercepted communications between the US and Chechen terrorists in Azerbaijan.  Christoph breaks this down for us and explains the context in which Putin chose to reveal this: a Russian TV documentary on his 15 years in power.

Next we move our focus to China and its ongoing fight against the Gladio B network.  We talk about the recent Uighur smuggling rings that have been exposed in Malaysia and Thailand, as well as how South China has become the premier destination for Uighurs who go off to fight in Syria and elsewhere.

 We then move on to a bizarre story that was broken by the South China Morning Post about an “American scholar” who was recruiting Uighur students to fight abroad.  We wrap up this section by discussing how the CIA-backed Gulen movement has been exploiting this situation to attack the CIA-backed Erdogan government.
As we finish off our Gladio B extravaganza we turn our attention to the mysterious 150 tons of “diplomatic mail” that was delivered to the US embassy in Bishek, Kyrgyzstan.  We discuss what might be in this cargo (money, arms, spy equipment) and whether or not this may be part of some sort of “Maidan” color revolution.

We finish of the episode by taking a look at a recent Congressional Hearing that featured Washington’s favorite terrorist cult leader, Maryam Rajavi,  leader of the MEK,  discussing how best to defeat ISIS.

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Show notes: 

Updates on Nemtsov murder investigation:
Russian Investigators Have Difficulty Accessing Nemtsov Murder Suspects in Chechnya
The New Great Game Round-Up #94 – Nemtsov Murder Investigation Hits Brick Wall In Chechnya

 

Putin’s Gladio B “revelation”:

Documentary “President” with English subtitles

Russian Stresses Victory in Chechnya

Putin accuses US of supporting North Caucasus separatists

The New Great Game Round-Up #95 – Putin Sheds Light On U.S. Terror Operations In The North Caucasus

 

China’s new terror hot spot Guangzhou:

The New Great Game Round-Up #91 – Guangzhou: New Hot Spot Of China’s War On Terror

Terrorists ‘recruited Uygur students at Guangzhou university’

The New Great Game Round-Up #84 – China Cracks Down On Illegal Border Crossings By Uyghurs

Porkins Great Game Episode 5 – East Turkestan Exposed

 

Turkey’s Uyghur adventures exposed by Gülen-Erdogan fight:

Oppressed by China, Uighurs drawn to Salafist ideas

The New Great Game Round-Up #93 – Gülen Movement Uses Turkey’s Uyghur Adventures To Attack AKP

 

US Embassy in Kyrgyzstan gets 150 tons of “diplomatic mail”:

The New Great Game Round-Up #94 – 150 Tons Of “Diplomatic Mail” Cause A Stir In Kyrgyzstan

Foreign Affairs Committee plans to discuss ‘mysterious’ 150t cargo of U.S. Embassy behind closed doors

Foreign Minister Abdyldaev comments strange cargo weighing more than 150 tons addressed to the US Embassy

Kyrgyzstan Joins Eurasian Economic Union

 

MEK:

Congressional invite to MEK sparks furious backlash

MEK uses congressional spotlight to push regime change in Iran

Meet the MEK: Washington’s Favourite Terror Cult

 

Music:

Jammin” – Baby’s Gang

“Come on Closer” – Pineapples

70 more MKO members defect in Albania

Members of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (file photo)

Members of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (file photo)
Sat Oct 19, 2013 5:33PM GMT
At least another 70 member of the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) have parted ways with the group after being transferred from Iraq to Albania.

A defected leader of the group, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Saturday that certain high-ranking officials were among the defectors.

He said that all the MKO defectors have been housed in a building away from other MKO members and cannot contact their families.The MKO is listed as a terrorist organization by much of the international community and has committed numerous terrorist acts against Iranians and Iraqis.

The group fled Iran in 1986 for Iraq, where it received the support of Iraq’s former dictator Saddam Hussein and set up camp near the Iranian border.

In December 2011, the United Nations and Baghdad agreed to relocate some 3,000 MKO members from Camp New Iraq, formerly known as Camp Ashraf, to Camp Liberty. The last group of MKO terrorists was evicted by the Iraqi government on September 11 to join the other members of the terrorist group at Camp Liberty near Baghdad International Airport and await relocation to other countries.

On March 16, Albania’s Prime Minister Sali Berisha announced in a statement that the Albanian government is ready to accommodate 210 members of the MKO group in Tirana “for humanitarian reasons.”

Political experts, however, warn that Albania’s decision to grant asylum to the MKO members has nothing to do with humanitarian concerns, and will give the terrorists a safe haven where they can work with former members of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA).

The KLA is notorious as a murderous group of drug traffickers and terrorists who receive training from NATO and the United States for operations around the world.

AR/HGH

Clinton bows down before Iranian cult

Here is some advice to any terrorists trying to get off the State Department terror list; work for the United States and Israel. The MEK will be taken off the list at the behest of Secretary Clinton as early as today. The evidence that the MEK is being used by Israel to assassinate Iranian scientists is very well documented at this point. And the intense lobbying by American officials on behalf of the terrorist cult is widespread in Washington DC.

The delisting should prove to Iran and its population that America has every intention of fomenting regime change, and no intention of negotiating a peaceful settlement over the nuclear issue. Like all other US policies towards Iran, the delisting should also help to consolidate the Iranian elites power over the population. Liberal Tehran Iranians don’t like the MEK. They will not side with an Israeli/American backed terror group against their own government. The brutal sanctions have not resulted in Iranians rising up against the regime. Why would a terror group that fought on the side of Saddam Hussein be welcomed by the Iranian public? Iran’s population will see this as yet another attempt by the United States to try and dominate them.

Here is a decent look at the group that Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Howard Dean, Frans Townsend and all the other plastic people in DC are so eager to embrace.