The Never Ending War on Terror Fed by Anger & Profit

Taking advantage of Muslim outrage to feed the military-industrial-surveillance complex & the national security state

In this episode of The Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo we look at the FBI admitting suspected homegrown terrorists are motivated by American foreign policy in the Middle East. Is it possible the FBI is taking advantage of Muslim outrage and anger to feed the military-industrial-surveillance complex and the national security state? If ISIS is a real terror threat then why does the US government have to manufacture its own plots? Come and join Newsbud in this riveting presentation, and chime in with your thoughts, reactions and comments.

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Show Notes

U.S. Military Operations Are Biggest Motivation for Homegrown Terrorists, FBI Study Finds

Illusion of Justice

FBI Terrorism Sting Tactics Under New Scrutiny In Report, Documentaries

Why Does the FBI Have to Manufacture its Own Plots if Terrorism and ISIS Are Such Grave Threats?

Government Spying on Americans … and then Giving Info to Giant Corporations

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  1. VoiceOf Arabi says:

    Thanks Kurt, i enjoy your reports, and they always get me thinking of the big picture. After watching your report today, this came into my mind directly

    Reality Deniers…

    It appears like we are surrounded by new type of personalities, that have been molded “reshaped” by the media and fear that they have managed to become Blind to the “BIG PICTURE”.

    I mean by that. These people, and some could be family that you share space with, will see the small pictures (compartmentalize), they will accept that the CIA created the Mujahedden, they will accept that USA lost the war in Vietnam, yet at the same time they will not accept that OSAMA Bin Laden was on the payroll of CIA or USA killed many kids in Vietnam.

    A more recent example is when i first started doing the research on ISIS and how they came about, and i stumbled on the study by Small Wars Journal called “The Toyota Horde” which you can still find, google the title, which was published in 2010.

    So, you show this to “Reality Denier”, and you explain that there are many possibilities in this case.. but to list few
    1) Either ISIS and before they formed commissioned the study, ordered the Toyota’s, and started the ISIS war 4 years later.
    2) Superpower alien made it happen to project torture on the human race
    3) USA government / Army, who Small Wars Journal did work for before, commissioned the report, made the Toyota’s accessible to some “guns for hire”, and used that to “regime change” in Syria, Iraq and Libya”, as they previously did in Iran 1953 (officially confirmed) or according to many leaked statement by their own think tanks.

    Off course, the “Reality Denier” will turn around and call you a “Conspiracy Theorist”

    I come from a school that says “the simplest answer is most often correct,”

    If i had the brain power to conduct a study to better understand what drives these “Reality Deniers” to go against their own logic and sense, i would. I think this will bring us closer to stopping this madness happening around our home. out planet.

    • I have to disagree with your concept of Reality Deniers in a part that it’s something new. As to a study to how that came to be i highly recommend Peace Revolution podcast, a very good source to a lot of historical facts with links and sources that gives you a new perspective on how we got to place we are now

      • VoiceOf Arabi says:

        Hi ypyrkh,

        So, you are suggesting “Reality Deniers” are nothing new, and i would tend to agree with you, but i still think it is never been in this large number, which makes it a “new” epidemic, which was engineered to hit a large part of society.

        Would you be kind enough and add links to Peace Revolution Podcast that address this issue, as i am very keen to learn about it.


  2. Wow… this was a real powerhouse presentation. I joked in the past in response to one of James Corbett’s videos that if he wanted a cheesy but accurate corporate sounding tagline he could go with

    Clear, Concise, Comprehensive, Corbett

    Swap “Nimmo” with “Corbett” in there and, all corporate alter ego jokes aside, that sums up how I feel. A strong compliment, as I hold James Corbett’s work in high regard. This is the type of information which is perfect for sharing with people who have yet to wrap their heads around some of these concepts, as well as for people who have already begun taking the painful but necessary to do so. I definitely intend to share this with people. Kudos, Kurt. Keep up the great work. It’s a great addition to the already formidable lineup of contributors here at Newsbud.

    • Looks like the blockquote formatting took up a bit to much visual real estate for James when this comment was intended as a complement to Kurt, but no worries I guess 😉

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