Gordon Duff: We Got The Message, Hastings Boston Brakes Killing a Warning?

Imagine a new E Class Mercedes exploding in flames, burning to a cinder. 220 km/hr crashes on the Autobahn are often survived, certainly without a fire. There is a reason to own a Mercedes, in normal circumstances the chances of dying in one are quite remote unless you are Lady Di or heir to the presidency of Syria or, just perhaps, wrote a scathing expose that dismembered part one of the greatest drug empires of all time. Yes, you got Michael Hastings. We are warned. Lots of journalists are killed each year. Veterans Today loses its share, perhaps a bit more. For those who didn't watch the entire video, go back. Catch the last few seconds. I was flabbergasted. Those of us who have been there and done that, and come back with more than the T Shirt say goodbye to one of ours. RIP Michael from g and the gang at VT. Boston Brakes Assassination Technique becomes big Problem Solver. I had never heard of Boston Brakes until two days ago. I had been on the Kevin Barrett radio show yesterday, discussing, among other things, the endless ways to gain control of an aircraft and plow it into a building, something I had been briefed on by my Air Force buddies. There are a dozen ways to gain control of a plane, in fact, the more fly by wire a plane is, the more ways to control it remotely. Now I am told the same thing works for cars, not exactly the same but close enough. Nothing particularly clever is required, especially when the plane is capable of landing itself or, with a bit of hacking, making an inconvenient stop in the side of a building. I am told this game started with the CIA back in Boston, not with planes but cars. Car wrecks were mechanically staged, using the Boston Brakes method, not always fatal, but always a good way of communicating to someone stuck at 200 mph and fudging her blood test to show she was double drunk has been done countless times. It isn't just that crash that makes it Boston Brakes, but the speedometer stuck at some outrageous speed and the blood alcohol level, always from a sample that is mysteriously misplaced later. Oh, and I almost forgot, no skidmarks, something accident investigators only see at suicides or murder. Remember, always no skidmarks. The trail that led me to look into Boston Brakes involved the suicide in 2003 of Dr. David Kelly, a suicide now ruled a murder. Kelly was believed to have killed himself, because he had been attacked in the press by Prime Minister Tony Blair. Kelly, a prominent weapons scientist had claimed, as we all know today, that Tony Blair had falsified intelligence to force Britain into what Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has called the illegal invasion of Iraq.   

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