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Who? K, Ro11o, Sami, Ab

When? Jan 15, 2015 7:11pm EST


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  1. xileffilex

    Hi Kay
    I was trying to find that Javaring and Monosodium chat you had at talkshoe on this site but can’t put my finger on it quickly [it was a bit like pulling teeth listening to those two others….] where you briefly discussed the Rainbow Warrior incident off New Zealand
    For reference, it’s here towards the end

    Cluesforum had a fascinating thread which fizzled then died. I am convinced it was a staged event now, not having ever thought about it: to generate support for GP and propagate the nuclear bomb hoax. It’s here for reference

    In 2010, reproduced in 2014 by the BBC @@[hmmmmm….] there is a 10 minute interview by Claire Bowes with the then captain Pete Willcox [which the BBC originally spelled Wilcox]

    video here

    “I got up and everything was upside down in my cabin, I could see water, what, about one meter below main deck level had no idea what that could be. I figured someone left a tap running is really what went through my mind…”

    [1:07 onwards]
    oh yes….

    We were moored when I was woken shortly before midnight by a massive jolt. My first thought was that we had been in a collision. I grabbed a towel, and 40 seconds after the explosion I was standing by the engine room. The water was almost up to the main deck.


    “I never realised the coolest thing I ever did with my life, was to crawl out my bunk and stand on the dock in my birthday suit watching my boat sink”. But his joviality soon disappears when the death of photographer and crew member, Fernando Pereira comes into conversation -“I never joke about my friends’ death”.


    yeah real cool

    Originally reported by the faithful BBC in 1985

    The Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior has been blown up in Auckland Harbour, New Zealand.

    One of the 11 crew members on board has been killed. He has been named as Portuguese photographer Fernando Pereira, 33.

    Two explosions, 60 seconds apart, ripped through the stern at 2345 local time (1245 BST) and the environmentalists’ boat sank in four minutes.

    Captain Peter Willcox said he had no idea what caused the blast, but strongly suspected sabotage since there were no explosives on board and only a small engine was operating at the time.

    cf Wikipedia

    The first bomb went off 11:38 p.m., creating a large hole about the size of an average car….. At 11:45 p.m., the second bomb went off

    7 minutes vs 1 minute.


    And I looked down and the water was just a meter below the deck level that we were standing on and I absolutely couldn’t think any reason for that well I just thought someone has left a tap running…
    …when the second bomb went off, it went off right underneath us….and that’s when I became alarmed, that’s [laughs] when I thought there’s really something bad going on…

    hmmm echoes of the Boston Marathon..

    1. khammad

      From the wiki


      “During the operation, two (French) operatives sank the flagship of the Greenpeace fleet, the Rainbow Warrior in the port of Auckland, New Zealand on its way to a protest against a planned French nuclear test in Moruroa.”

      The French can’t have Greenpeace finding out that nukes are fake. They had no choice, the French had to sink the ship. In the wiki it says who the agents were. There was a trial and everything. Seems like the French still needed to keep peoples mind off that fake nuclear test that just happened.

      “Hey you people, don’t look here, at this fake nuke test, look over there, at the trial and media circus. We are sorry but ya, we did it. Had to. Those boys were going to get themselves hurt. Come see how sad this is.”
      – the French

      1. Tom Dalpra

        Greenpeace was born in Canada and founded on a lie. The nuclear lie”in the late 1960s, the U.S. had plans for an underground nuclear weapon test in the tectonically unstable island of Amchitka in Alaska. Because of the 1964 Alaska earthquake, the plans raised some concerns of the test triggering earthquakes and causing a tsunami. A 1969 demonstration of 7,000 people blocked a major U.S.-Canadian border crossing in British Columbia, carrying signs reading “Don’t Make A Wave. It’s Your Fault If Our Fault Goes”. The test went ahead anyway then :”Irving Stowe arranged a benefit concert (supported by Joan Baez) that took place on October 16, 1970 at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver. The concert created the financial basis for the first Greenpeace campaign.. Using the money raised with the concert, the Don’t Make a Wave Committee chartered a ship, the Phyllis Cormack owned and sailed by John Cormack. The ship was renamed Greenpeace for the protest after a term coined by activist Bill Darnell.In the fall of 1971 the ship sailed towards Amchitka and faced the U.S. Coast Guard ship Confidence which forced the activists to turn back. Because of this and the increasingly bad weather the crew decided to return to Canada only to find out that the news about their journey and reported support from the crew of the Confidence had generated sympathy for their protest. After this Greenpeace tried to navigate to the test site with other vessels, until the U.S. detonated the bomb.The nuclear test was criticized and the U.S. decided not to continue with their test plans at Amchitka.”So there was always history with Greenpeace and ships and nuclear tests. It seems to me that Greenpeace have been among the biggest promoters of the nuclear myth on the planet. They’ve done a fantastic job. Oh the irony!Joan Baez, someone who would probably projectile-vomit at the idea of her music being used for Military Establishment propaganda, is clueless that it’s precisely what it’s being used for. Very successfully.I’m reminded of another Green – Greenham Common. Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp was a peace camp established to protest at nuclear weapons being sited at RAF Greenham Common in Berkshire, England. The camp began in September 1981 and remained in place until 2000.The camp received huge media attention in the UK and in the mid-eighties as the ‘Greenham women’ made Cruise Missiles ( that were kept at the base) their big issue.The presence of the Camp gave the media ample on-going opportunities to discuss these deadly nuclear missiles and the women acted as validation for it all.The media attention surrounding the camp “prompted the creation of other peace camps at more than a dozen sites in Britain and elsewhere in Europe.Brilliant. The very people who appear to be the most ardent critics of nuclear weapons are in fact their biggest promoters!There were seven camps around the airbase. The fact that the Greenham camp was the one that gave us the name of the camp, was probably not a coincidence.It had green in it. How can that be wrong? Green is good! Regardless of the nuts and bolts of the sinking of The Rainbow Warrior (which looks beyond fishy) we can see that Green Peace sits happily and usefully on the left of the mainstream machine as one of the greatest promoters of nuclear weapons on the planet.

        1. xileffilex

          It’s a weird world, Tom. Certainly there are many well meaning and committed people in these anti-nuclear movements who probably could do to read some of the CF research. I was watching some anti-Guantanamo protesters in Parliament Square the other day and got the same feeling, that their sincere protest is based on a probable psy-op. Anything to do with the manufactured GWOT is almost certainly fake and will have its inbuilt protest movements.
          I wonder what those nuclear warhead convoys were carrying as they were chased around the UK by protesters? Dummy runs?

        2. xileffilex

          Since this entertaining thread on Greenpeace and the Rainbow Warrior and at Cluesforum
          [how the thread opened is not quite clear, perhaps from a comment in the Chatbox]
          it has been brought to my attention today by the good old BBC, always ready to help in propagating fake history by puffing books and their authors, that Captain Peter Willcox has since co-authored his biography.

          Greenpeace Captain: My Adventures in Protecting the Future of Our Planet
          Peter Willcox; Ronald B. Weiss

          An earier review from the US is here
          May 1, 2016

          …nuclear testing in French Polynesia (the reason for the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior), nuclear waste dumping in the Sea of Japan…

          Lino to broadcast – from 25:53 onwards

          “a family of activists adopt you as a baby…took you to civil rights demonstrations, persecuted by McCarthyites…….we all lost our passports in the 50s got them back in 1960….even sent you to a summer camp in Russia as a kid during the cold war ….went over for the 50th anniversary in 1967…. in Crimea… Greenpeace….you seemed to become captain incredibly quickly….after three months and stayed on the Rainbow Warrior for four years until it was blown up…

          Also, since the above threads, the Guardian also came to the rescue of the narrative, quoting a 30th anniversary hangout.
          September 6 2015

          A French secret service diver who took part in the operation to sink Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior 30 years ago has spoken publicly for the first time to apologise for his actions.

          Jean-Luc Kister, who attached a mine to the ship’s hull, says the guilt of the bombing, which killed a photographer, still weighs heavily on his mind.

          “We are not assassins and we have a conscience,” the former agent told investigative website Mediapart. “I have the weight of an innocent man’s death on my conscience … It’s time, I believe, for me to express my profound regret and my apologies,” Kister said.He said he wanted to apologise to the family of the dead man, Fernando Pereira, “especially his daughter Marelle … for what I call an accidental death but what they consider an assassination”, to the Greenpeace crew aboard the ship and the people of New Zealand where the Rainbow Warrior was sunk.

          The money-go-round and the in-out “prisons sentence ” followed

          n 1987, under international pressure, France paid $8.2m damages to Greenpeace, which helped finance another ship. It also paid an undisclosed sum to the Pereira family. It halted its nuclear testing in the South Pacific in 1996.
          On the Greenpeace website, the organisation states states that the two French agents who posed as tourists pleaded guilty to charges of manslaughter and wilful damage and were sentenced to 10 and 7 years, but were released within two.

          Here’s a video of the “secret agents” involved in the event

          Thanks to Brian V [link at CF] we also get to see a hint of the state cover-up

          What a carry on, mark your diaries for 2035.

  2. khammad

    1.15.15 K Ham Radio, Episode 20

    Show Notes

    Alex Jones Admits & Denies He’s Bill Hicks (Collection Of Video Clips)

    Katrina & The Waves – Walking On Sunshine

    Moon with Sam Rockwell

    Clues Forum Post Crash of US 1549 flight in Hudson River, By Sami

    Carolina Aviation Museum (purchased by the Army Air Force in 1941)

    Nasa Fakery
    If you believe Part 1 (Curiosity Press Conference)”beautiful theater”

    Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Post Landing News Conference

    Mars Hoax – Curiosity Rover Billion Dollar Movie

    Challenges of Getting to Mars: Curiosity’s Seven Minutes of Terror

    Celestial-Inertial Precision Pointing System

    NASA’s Voyager 1 is in Interstellar Space

    [HD] NASA TV: Mars Curiosity Landing. JPL Control Room. Spine-chilling!


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