Saturday, February 10, 2007

Is CSIS a Front for CSIS?

We're all good Canajuns, right? Except for those of us who aren't. But those of us who are certainly know about CSIS. That's the Canajun Security Intelligence Service. CSIS was created in 1984 out of the ashes of the RCMP intelligence service when it was revealed that those guys were arsonists, and not very good ones at that. In fact, it was a good move, from the prestige perspective. After all, what self-respecting country keeps its national police and its intelligence service all under one umbrella? The Murricans have the FBI and the CIA. Britain has MI5 and MI6. Now we play with the big boys...RCMP and CSIS.

So, imagine my consternation when I happened to be reading an online article from The Economist about the prospects of the US attacking Iran (as if they weren't already busy enough) and I saw a reference to CSIS in Washington, DC! That really bought my eye (as Eric Idle is wont to say), so I immediately abandoned the Iran article and began to burrow into the dark recesses of the Washington cabal.

The CSIS in DC is called The Center for Strategic and International Studies. But is it, really? I think it's much more sinister than that. I think the DCCSIS is in fact the secret controlling body behind our own CSIS and that our top-secret intelligence agency has been infiltrated by the Murricans. How else do you explain the identical acronyms? What strategies are they studying? And in what international arena? We all know that the Murricans sometimes cast a jaundiced eye at its placid neighbours to the north...a distrustful eye...a ravenous eye. Isn't it quite possible they are studying strategies to deprive us of our rights under International law, our rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, our constitutional rights under the First Amendment?

I have discovered photos of some of the people involved in CSIS. Here's the first one to take note of:
This is Zbigniew Brzezinski: Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies [CSIS]; former US National Security Advisor and from 1973-76, Director of the Trilateral Commission.

You see! National Security Advisor! It stands to reason that he would be involved in Canada's Security Intelligence Service. And as Director of the Trilateral Commission, who knows what he was getting up to! The Trilateral Commission's connections to the Bilderberg Group, the Illuminati, various Freemason cells and countless other shady organizations is well known. Mr. Brzezinski may have worked for Democrats, and he may look honest to you, but can you pronounce his name? Can he? And would he do so on a Bible while giving testimony about his machinations within CSIS?

The second man to watch out for is this one: No, this is not Lord Baden Powell, the illustrious founder of the Boy Scout movement. Instantly recognizable, this is former US Secretary of State Colin Powell, seen here making some remarks to CSIS as early as March 5, 2003. We are led to believe that it is the DCCSIS, but except for the tiny logo above the "I", which could easily be a forgery or a decoy, there is no indication whatsoever that the remarks were not being made to CSIS in Ottawa. And what might have been the substance of those remarks?

Here's a short excerpt from his opening:
And I am very pleased to be here at CSIS and look around the room and see so many, many old and dear friends, and especially David Abshire. And this gives me a chance to, once again, thank CSIS for all the work that it has done over the years to research issues of interest to Americans, of interest to people around the world; and, through the hard work of the many people who have been here over the years, produce products that have helped shape the times in which we live. So it's a great pleasure to be back at CSIS, and, in that regard, then, it makes it the perfect place, really, to discuss the issue of the day, to address the grave and growing danger posed by Saddam Hussein and his continued pursuit of weapons of mass destruction.

Old and dear friends! Issues of interest to Americans! ("And what about the issues of interest to Canajuns?" you may well ask.) Shaping the times in which we live! And again with the weapons of mass destruction! Will it never end? Not long after his appearance at CSIS, the US invaded Iraq. We all know the kind of pressure Canada was under to tag along. Make no mistake. There are powerful influences at work within CSIS.

Next, there is this man: Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs Roger Noriega speaking to the Center for Strategic and International Studies [CSIS] on December 3, 2004 about President Bush's freedom and opportunity agenda for the Americas. (State Dept. Photo)

Canada is certainly in the Western Hemisphere. Did you know there was an Assistant Secretary assigned to its affairs? Just who is this assistant secretary working for? And why is he promoting the US President's "freedom and opportunity agenda" to CSIS? What does CSIS care about freedom and opportunity? It's an intelligence service. They should be out spying! We wonder, as well, if there is any relation to the infamous former president of Panama, Manuel Noriega.

Last on my list of "persons of interest" is this man:
Dr. Bates Gill, Freeman Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Now, who does this remind you of? Let me show you.

Bates Gill
Bill Gates

Is this a coincidence?
There's even a physical resemblance.
OK, OK, Bill Gates and Microsoft is another conspiracy altogether...or is it? Do you wonder if CSIS is peering at us through Windows? And what sort of vista is it that presents itself to the plumbers populating Parliament Hill?

My last bit of evidence relating to this nefarious CSIS undertaking is this: a photograph of CSIS headquarters in Ottawa:


Notice anything unusual about this?
The photo on the right is a Stealth bomber.





All right, what if I do this?

It should be crystal-clear that CSIS headquarters in Ottawa is designed in the shape of a Stealth Bomber! What could be more symbolic of the Murricans' attempt to absorb our intelligence by stealth? In just the same way that they soak up our oil, crave our water, co-opt our comedians!

Finally, the CSIS in Washington claims to be a think tank. Think Tank indeed! If you planned to invade a nation, wouldn't you send tanks? And Canada is a sitting duck. We've sent all our tanks to Afghanistan. Perhaps "Think Tank" is code for "Intelligent Design Electronic Self-Propelled Tank." Think tank. Isolation tank. Sensory deprivation tank. Tanks for the memories. All of them related! Somehow.

No, fellow Canajuns, we must be wary. We must be vigilant. We must resist the infiltration of foreign CSIS domination.

Take action now! If a CSIS agent comes knocking at your door, as he/she inevitably will, make sure you ask for proper identification. And don't let 'em in!

Unless they have a warrant and read you your Miranda rights.

Digg! diigo it

5 comments:

Bobby Bacon said...

Last time I really read anything serious on the Tri Lateral Commission must have been from a 1982 edition of Rolling Stone.

The back room boys club has always had delusions of power. One thing I could say about The Tri Lateral Commission is that they were hell of a lot less corrupt and less dangerous then the Texas Haliburton Oil Mafia Inc.

Given me Zbigniew Brzezinski and Jimmy Carter any day as the lesser of the the evils.

Despite Murricans we have managed to maintain Universal Health Care for now and passed legislation on Same Sex Marriage.

One thing Iraq did do for Canada is it kept the Murricans distracted while the dying liberals okayed the idea that love between people is not government business.

My only hope is The Center for Strategic and International Studies and The Tri Lateral Commission comes back to some sort of influential power once more.

And that we rid ourselves of the Texas Mafia...

Either that we invade american with Tim Horton Franchises with a CSIS manager in very outlet.

bobby bacon said...

The rise of of the Murricans form of CSIS and Tri Lat was to challenge the corruption of the Military-Industrial Complex.

The inspiration for such a boys club actually came from a republican Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Excerpts from Ike's 1961 speech...

"This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence -- economic, political, even spiritual -- is felt in every city, every State house, every office of the Federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications. Our toil, resources and livelihood are all involved; so is the very structure of our society."

"In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the militaryindustrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist."

"Another factor in maintaining balance involves the element of time. As we peer into society's future, we -- you and I, and our government -- must avoid the impulse to live only for today, plundering, for our own ease and convenience, the precious resources of tomorrow. We cannot mortgage the material assets of our grandchildren without risking the loss also of their political and spiritual heritage. We want democracy to survive for all generations to come, not to become the insolvent phantom of tomorrow."

Larry Keiler said...

I have to tell you that when I Googled "Illuminati" so I could put up a link, the top web site (the one I did link to) mentioned all of these groups. The Masons, the Tri-Lateral Commission, the Bilderberg Group...I thought I'd died and gone to conspiracy heaven!

A case of synchronicity. I didn't know about that site before I Googled it, and wrote the paragraph before I Googled it, and couldn't possibly have come up with a better result.

(Actually, I didn't use Google. I used the GoodSearch engine...see my earlier post about that...and it certainly gave me a GoodAnswer.)

Larry Keiler said...

A fellow googleblogger whose blog is called Rose Covered Glasses writes a lot about military-industrial complex, since he worked in the biz for years. He left a comment on one of my posts about the Doomsday Clock. Here's the link:

Larry Keiler said...

Where's the link? For some reason my code didn't work. So copy and paste:
http://rosecoveredglasses.blogspot.com/

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