Saturday, June 2, 2012

"Crowd kills": the drone-terror-mindset smoking-gun

Signature strikes were also known as TADS, for terrorist-attack-disruption strikes, or just as “crowd kills.” 
from The President's Kill List
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; OR THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE PEACEABLY TO ASSEMBLE, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
US Bill of Rights, Amendment I

It seems to me that the term "crowd kills" (>63 63>9 9) exposes the true purpose of the drone-"war," i.e. to instill a terror of gathering in groups, even to the point of having a family gathering, which is obviously a basic aspect of a society.  So, in effect, the drone-terror is intended to instill terror of having a society, which naturally has the effect of destroying a society. The target is not terrorists, but just groups of people.  The odd phrase "crowd kills," and the fact that it converts to 9-9, i.e. 9x11, is also an indication that the drone attacks are forms of Satanic terrorism.  It might also be considered to be a form of advanced SRA, although it seems to me that murder and torture for purposes of SRA would be more effective "up close and personal."  (Their other designation, TADS, just happens to convert to 44, which is the number Aleister Crowley associated with "the bloody sacrifice.")

The big show of Obama and his Star Chamber carefully considering their next victim might be intended to disguise the nature of the "personality strike" list, which no doubt consists of those who have been driven out of desperation into the arms of the British imperial terrorist-controllers (who then relay their names, etc. to their fellow terrorist-controllers in the US government), which Jeremy Scahill has indicated are rarely, if ever, the targets of drone strikes, as indicated in this entry.  It might also be a way to give Nerobama a dose of narcissistic supply, as Sam Vaknin puts it, to maintain his loyalty to his puppeteers, without giving him any real power.