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THE NEW BATMAN

Ben Affleck is the New Batman! ( MAN OF STEEL Superman Movie Sequel )


OK, about an hour ago the internet broke in half with the major news that Ben Affleck will play Batman in the next “Superman: Man of Steel” movie sequel, which is slated to come out around July 17th, 2015.

Ben Affleck, of course, isn’t new to the superhero genre. He previously starred as the blind Marvel Comics hero Daredevil (2003) and he even sort-of played “Superman” in the George Reeves Bio Movie, “Hollywoodland” (2006 - pretty good movie too). Hey wait! Is Ben Affleck the very first Actor in film history who will have played both Superman AND Batman? Cool!
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GANG RELATED

As Predicted, Chis Lane Murder Was Gang Initiation Yet No Calls for ‘Justice’
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Anthony Gucciardi
Infowars.com
August 22, 2013
As predicted in my article on the day the news broke over the Chris Lane two days ago, the three teenagers murdered the rising student via an impersonal gunshot to the back as part of a gang initiation. And Obama and other talking heads who were screaming from the rooftops over the Trayvon Martin case do not care.
The father of one teenager who turned down recruitment from the boys to join in their gang is now confirming my investigation into the event that the mainstream media once again utterly failed to even mention. But once again, we were on the case (with the help of Infowars posting up the story) long before there was an admission to confirm the research completely. My article entitled ‘Investigation Reveals Death of Chris Lane Result of Gangster Culture, Gang Related‘ was immediately published following my discovery of James Edwards’ Facebook page, who was the teen that was extremely instrumental in the murder of Chris Lane and an avid Crip wannabe.
James Johnson, who again is the father of the boy who was targeted by the three teenage murders and asked to join their gang, has gone on record in confirming the murder was absolutely related to gang initiation. In the interview with Sydney Morning Herald, Johnson states:
“I don’t think it was an initiation – I know it was an initiation, my son told me it was an initiation.”
NO CALLS FOR ‘JUSTICE’
And there it is. Now the media is supposed to be calling ‘for justice’, right? We saw it with Trayvon Martin, who was dubbed the modern day ‘Emmett Till’ even though there was no actual evidence of racial motivation (and let’s not forget the fact that the evidence actually led to the understanding that Trayvon was on top of Zimmerman assaulting him). But what about Chris Lane? Lane was an accomplished academic, sports player, and all around ‘good guy’.
Where’s the calls for ‘justice’? Because in this case, where the suspects may actually be affiliated with high profile gangs, it’s clearly something that needs to be done. And in fact, it represents a large portion of young boys who are being indoctrinated into this culture. Where’s the calls for justice?
The Crips, as you may be aware, are one of the most notorious gangs in the United States. Represented by their blue colors (while The Bloods are represented by red), they often require new initiates to ‘prove’ themselves by killing an innocent person or similar atrocity. One of the key photos found on the Facebook page of James Edwards sports him wearing a blue bandana that is most certainly related to The Crips.
james-edwards-gang-initiation
Whether this 15-year-old truly was linked up with the gang or simply had a deluded idea of ‘getting in’ by murdering Chris Lane is really not certain. But I do know that gang members often love to take advantage of young and gullible children who are willing to perform horrible tasks for them that the average member may not. Roles like drug mule come to mind, which may coincide with his numerous Facebook photos detailing massive amounts of cash.
But one thing is for certain: the White House is ignoring the entire thing.
WHITE HOUSE ‘NOT FAMILIAR’
In fact, the White House press secretary’s response was that the White House was not ‘familiar’ with the case. A rather peculiar answer when considering we know the White House at large is clinically obsessed with Drudge Report and what it chooses to report on. The Chris Lane murder being among the top story for over 42 hours now, I find it rather amazing that they’d manage to miss it.
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SYRIAN ATTACK

Syria gas attack story has whiff of Saudi war propaganda
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William Engdahl
rt.com
August 21, 2013
A man, affected by what activists say is nerve gas, breathes through an oxygen mask in the Damascus suburbs of Jesreen August 21, 2013. (Reuters / Ammar Dar)
A man, affected by what activists say is nerve gas, breathes through an oxygen mask in the Damascus suburbs of Jesreen August 21, 2013. (Reuters / Ammar Dar)
The reports of massive chemical attacks in Syria might become the “red line” for the US for active military intervention. But even rudimentary analysis of the story shows it is too early to believe its credibility.
The Middle Eastern newspaper, Al Arabiya, reports that “At least 1,300 people have been killed in a nerve gas attack on Syria’s Ghouta region, leading opposition figure George Sabra said on Wednesday…” The paper went on to claim that the Government of President Bashar al Assad was responsible for the attacks. If confirmed it could be the “red line” that US President Obama previously stated would tip the US into active military intervention in Syria, using No Fly Zones and active military steps to depose Assad.
That in turn could erupt into a conflagration across the Middle East and a Super Power confrontation with Russia and China and Iran on one side, and the USA, UK, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar on the opposite side. Not a happy prospect for world peace at all.
Therefore the story is worth analyzing carefully. When we do, several things jump out as suspicious. First the newspaper breaking the story was Al Arabiya, initially saying that at least 500 people have been killed, according to activists. From there it got picked up by major international media. Making the story more fishy by the minute were reports from different media of the alleged number of dead that changed by the minute – 635 then to 800 by USA Today and 1,300 by Rupert Murdoch’s SkyNews.
A handout image released by the Syrian opposition’s Shaam News Network shows bodies of children and adults laying on the ground as Syrian rebels claim they were killed in a toxic gas attack by pro-government forces in eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus on August 21, 2013. (AFP Photo)
A handout image released by the Syrian opposition’s Shaam News Network shows bodies of children and adults laying on the ground as Syrian rebels claim they were killed in a toxic gas attack by pro-government forces in eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus on August 21, 2013. (AFP Photo)
Al Arabiya, the origin of the story, is not a neutral in the Syrian conflict. It was set up in 2002 by the Saudi Royal Family in Dubai. It is majority-owned by the Saudi broadcaster, Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC). Saudi Arabia is a major financial backer of the attempt to topple Syria’s government. That is a matter of record. So on first glance Saudi-owned media reporting such an inflammatory anti-Assad allegation might be taken with a dose of salt.
When we examine the printed content of their story, it gets more suspicious still. First they cite “activists at the Syrian Revolutionary Command Council said regime fighter planes were flying over the area after the bombardment, accusing the forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad of using chemical agents.” This is doubtful on many levels. First we can imagine that anti-government (unnamed) “activists” fighting Assad’s forces would not be exactly neutral.
The story gets even murkier. Further in the text of the article we read that the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said dozens of people were killed, including children, in fierce bombardment.” Now the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has been the source of every news report negative against the Syrian Assad government since the war began in 2011. More curious about the humanitarian-sounding SOHR is the fact, as uncovered by investigative journalists, that it consists of a sole Syrian refugee who has lived in London for the past 13 years named Rami Abdul Rahman, a Syrian Sunni muslim who owns a clothing shop and is running a Twitter page from his home. Partly owing to a very friendly profile story on the BBC, he gained mainstream media credibility. He is anything but unbiased.
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This article was posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 6:16 pm
Tags: foreign affairs, terrorism, war

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CHEMICAL ATTACKS

Hundreds Dead In Syrian Chemical Attack As Even Impartial Experts Allege “False Flag”
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August 21, 2013
Overnight, it wasn’t Egypt but Syria that woke up to the latest massacre, this time in a chemical weapons-induced slaughter when more than 200 people were killed shortly after 3 am local time, in what would be by far the worst reported use of chemical arms in the two-year-old civil war. Naturally, Syrian activists promptly accused the President al-Assad of conducting the attack that killed numerous women and children even though it was their chemicial weapons warehouse in the Damascus area that was uncovered just over a month ago.
Not surprisingly the state TV and Syrian emissaries abroad promptly denied any responsibility for the attack. And, as on previous occasions, the traditional narrative of penning this wholesale murder of civilians on the ruling administration leaves much to be desired. So much so that even experts are now wondering if it wasn’t merely the latest provocation attempt by the US (and Al-Qaeda) -supported rebels to push public opinion further against Assad and permit the greenlighting of an eventual military escalation.
From Reuters:
The timing and location of the reported chemical weapons use – just three days after the team of U.N. chemical experts checked in to a Damascus hotel a few km (miles) to the east at the start of their mission – was surprising.
“It would be very peculiar if it was the government to do this at the exact moment the international inspectors come into the country,” said Rolf Ekeus, a retired Swedish diplomat who headed a team of UN weapons inspectors in Iraq in the 1990s.
“At the least, it wouldn’t be very clever.”
Ekeus said the mandate of the U.N. team was limited to three sites but could be amended to investigate fresh claims – which would be simpler to verify than the other months-old cases.
“It is easier to do sampling and testing, and also to look at the victims, if there are sick people or even dead people (on the scene). It is easier to get to doctors and get to the place where the event happened.”
Charles Lister, an analyst at IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre, also said it made little sense for the Syrian government to use chemical agents now.
“Nonetheless, the Ghouta region (where the attacks were reported) is well known for its opposition leanings. Jabhat al-Nusra has had a long-time presence there and the region has borne the brunt of sustained military pressure for months now,” he said, referring to a hardline Sunni Islamist rebel group allied to al Qaeda.
“While it is clearly impossible to confirm the chemical weapons claim, it is clear from videos uploaded by reliable accounts that a large number of people have died.”
So let’s see: an irrational act by a man who knows every act of his is under the interantional media microscope, and not just any act but the worst chemical weapons attack to date which would promptly force a “democratic” intervention into his country, or merely a false flag attack in which the so-called rebels, aka Qatari mercenaries, are killing their own to pin the blame, and the international retaliation, on Assad?
Deaths are certainly tragic, but what would be just as tragic is if a western government is backstopping this wholesale murder of innocent civilians merely to promote its own petrodollar agenda.
The following video of the attack aftermath is not for the faint of heart:

This article was posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 10:38 am
Tags: foreign affairs, terrorism, war

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