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The Dizziest Military-Industrial Propagandist in the National Media

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By Alex Constantine

Ray Robison is promoted as a “National Security Analyst” by the establishment media. His “informed analyses” of intelligence and military issues has led him to produce psyop rhetoric steeped in self-serving “conservative” fantasy — to wit: “The Afghanistan success story,” “Al Qaeda’s Man in Saddam’s Iraq,” “More Evidence of Saddam-al Qaeda Ties” and “Documents Support Saddam-Taliban Connection.”

One of Robison’s most humorous pieces, posted at his blog in 2006, employs “logic” and “common sense” to arrive at an original “deduction”: Bin Laden AND his henchman Saddam Hussein were behind the anthrax mailings:

“So, that anthrax probably didn’t come from top US labs after all?” Move over, Dave Chappelle.

Even the FBI, stumbling drunkenly through a fumbled  cover-up, hasn’t had the nerve to claim that Al Qaeda, in league with a “rogue nation,” perpetrated the lethal mailings:

“My reasons to disbelieve the US scientist theory are not based on discovered documents or interviews, but rather reason and probability. … There are two prevailing theories. One theory is that a US scientist did it. The other is that the Saddam regime of Iraq or another rogue government with anthrax capability gave anthrax to al-Qaeda. Other theories abound but I will limit the argument to the two theories that fit the facts best.

“Those who follow the news about the anthrax attack know that for years the FBI has been investigating American defense scientists. Let me be more specific. The FBI has been pursuing U.S. citizens with high level clearances, years of professional experience and demonstrated loyalty to this country. The FBI has found nothing. As anyone working at a government facility knows, the morning of the 9/11 attack, physical security went on high alert. Military bases closed gates, people and vehicles were searched. It is not impossible that someone at a bio-weapons research facility could have smuggled out the anthrax that morning or shortly after in response to the attacks. It is highly unlikely though.

“That day and for at least the week after would have been the worst time to smuggle anything out of a high security area. …

“Weaponized anthrax is in very short supply in the U.S. inventory. The supply we do have is most likely kept in conditions that enable inventory down to the microgram. It is surely weighed and measured anytime it is utilized for research. …

“Motivation is the key problem in my view. Defense scientists at this level have Top Secret clearances, usually for compartmentalized information. It takes an extreme level of vetting to be granted this clearance. The scientist would surely be a Ph.D. That’s a lot of years of demonstrated hard work to throw it all away for a bioweapons attack without a solid motivation. The real people involved with this type of research are smart, dedicated, successful and patriotic, not like a character in a bad movie who is motivated to hurt the United States because they were overlooked for a promotion or saw some sort of poetic justice at using US anthrax on the United States. …

“So what makes more sense? A nation and a terrorist organization that had the expertise, the opportunity, the motivation, and in the case of al Qaeda, in fact carried out a monstrous attack at nearly the same time did it? Or that an American scientist with the highest clearances, demonstrated patriotism by working in a very dangerous field to defend this nation, who would have lost years of hard work, with no seeming motivation, with a very small pool of suspects, and apparently small concern at being caught, smuggled the anthrax out of a high security facility to attack Americans?

“What does your common sense tell you? Most of my friends (usually military) at the time of the attacks believed the anthrax was a continuing, near simultaneous attack with the plane hijackings of 9/11.”

Source: http://rayrobison.typepad.com/ray_robison/2006/09/so_that_anthrax.html

Despite the capricious psyop fantasies spun by Robison, and the fact that he is consistently wrong by many miles, the press continues to publish this DoD/CIA shill’s whorish cant.

“Ray Robison,” the Examiner informs us, “is a former army officer who now works as a military analyst and freelance investigative journalist.” At his blog, Robison notes, “I am a military analyst living in Huntsville, Alabama. Before that I was an army officer and also a member of the Iraq Survey Group. … My work has been on Fox News, American Thinker, Rush Limbaugh, Slate (Hitchens) and 411mania.” (Source: http://rayrobison.typepad.com/about.html)

Amazon notes that his “work” has been cited by “the New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, Investor’s Business Daily, US News and World Report, Slate Magazine, Jerusalem Post, National Review, and many national radio programs. Although he specializes in Iraqi document exploitation [sic], he also writes about general military matters and exposes media abuses against the military and military members.” (Source: http://www.amazon.com/Both-One-Trench-Saddams-Documents/dp/1419678663)

The Guardian informs us that Robison “has a greater claim to authority than most.” That is, most third graders …

Robison’s latest celebration of “reason” and “common sense” – in defense of the CIA and its cynical machinations to draw the country into the illicit and genocidal Iraq war – is about as brilliant as his “deduction” that Bin Laden was behind the anthrax mailings. The latest “reasoned” argument, boiled down, is based on a PHANTOM DOCUMENT that a reporter for the Telegraph LOST (“Coughlin didn’t know where it had gotten to after he saw it … “) but TOLD him about:

“[S]hortly after the invasion of Iraq, journalist Con Coughlin writing for The Telegraph revealed that he had been provided with a document from what he called a reliable, Iraqi source which expressly showed Mohammad Atta, the 9/11 attack ringleader, training for the mission in Iraq with Saddam’s knowledge. Coughlin claimed that the letter formed the first ‘proof’ that Saddam was involved with 9/11.

“I contacted Coughlin while researching the book and he stood by his report as of mid-2007. It is doubtful that many other people have seen the original of this document (including myself) since even Coughlin didn’t know where it had gotten to after he saw it when I talked to him. …

“While my coauthors and I have not seen it, we find the contents of the document (as described by Coughlin) to be within the bounds of reason. ..”

As we’ve seen, Robison’s analytic prowess is not all it’s cracked up to be, and thus leads him to draw quack conclusions that happen to buttress a Murdochian “conservative” perspective on the world. His facile “reasoning” might even be truly amusing if it wasn’t an obvious psyop tool intended to lead the gullible (conservatives) down the primrose path of blind patriotic (jingoistic) ignorance and insanity – ideal conditions for the flourishing of Mussolini’s gruesome corporate dreams.

” … The company was opposed to the Weimar Republic, and made generous donations to national conservative parties, including the Nazi Party. … “

The Silent Crimes of Bayer AG

A translation of the German post, edited by Alex Constantine

The Coalition against Bayer Dangers (CBD) has filed a counter-motion to the Annual General Meeting of Bayer AG on April 26 in Cologne. Because of a “distorted picture of history,” CBD calls for a discharge of the board of directors.

This year, Bayer celebrates its 150th anniversary with numerous celebrity guests. A specially-built airship advertises the Group on all five continents. But the unpleasant chapters of Bayer history are concealed. Issues such as environmental pollution, pesticide poisoning, worker protests or collaboration with the Third Reich are swept under the rug.

Philipp Mimkes sits on the board of the Coalition against Bayer Dangers:

“Bayer was a part of IG Farben, and committed the ugliest crimes in human history. The company supplied Zyklon B for the gas chambers, participated in gruesome medical experiments at Auschwitz, and built a huge factory with slave labor. Tens of thousands of prisoners lost their lives at The Group’s concentration camp, Auschwitz-Monowitz. “

Unlike many companies in Germany, Bayer has never commissioned an independent inquiry into the company’s history.

Some more background on Bayer: Early on, in the 19th century, there was massive opposition from local residents and workers against Bayer’s air and water pollution.

In any corporate brochure there are references to the invention of aspirin. Concealed, however, is the fact that, at roughly the same time, Bayer Heroin was introduced to the drug market as a cough medicine for children. Doctors were aware that the new product was addictive early on.

Longtime Bayer CEO Carl Duisberg’s [see press release below] contribution to World War I was the development of poison gas, used illegally on the front. Duisberg was responsible for the deportation of tens of thousands of Belgian forced labor, he also called for the annexation of large portions of Eastern Europe.

For decades, Duisberg oversaw mergers of the German chemical industry with IG Farben. The company became the largest in Europe. The company was opposed to the Weimar Republic, and made generous donations to national conservative parties, including the Nazi Party.

IG Farben was heavily involved in the Third Reich’s war of conquest. The group followed the Wehrmacht in conquered countries, and took over most of Europe’s chemical industry, coal mines and oil production within a few weeks.

Bayer CEO Kurt Hansen played a central role in the Holocaust. The Nuremberg war crimes trials  addressed this process, eg.: “It is not disputed that SS doctors conducted criminal experiments on concentration camp prisoners. The experiments are carried out for the express purpose of trying out the products of IG Farben. ”

Research into the development of chemical warfare agents for the Third Reich was conducted at Bayer laboratories. After the war, Dr. Gerhard Schrader, the inventor of Sarin and Tabun, managed the pesticide department at Bayer. During the Vietnam War, the company was involved in the development of Agent Orange. Production took place at facilities jointly established by Bayer and Monsanto subsidiary Mobay.

CEO Kurt Hansen had joined the Nazi Party in 1931. He was appointed head of the “Central Office for Procurement of Raw Materials” Significantly, Hansen made a smooth transition to BAYER.

During his interrogation in Nuremberg, he said that “no particular harm” was inflicted on the slave laborers at Auschwitz “because they would have been killed without this.”

The CBG has initiated a campaign to call attention the dark side of Bayer history. All publications are available at www.cbgnetwork.org/4871.html (PK)

http://www.cbgnetwork.org/4871.html

Press Release

Carl Duisberg: “A Criminal Genius”

September 28, 2011, Coalition against BAYER Dangers (Germany)

29th September 2011 sees the 150th anniversary of the birth of the former Bayer chief executive / Responsible for use of poison gas and forced labour / Coalition demands renaming of streets and removal of honorary citizenship

This Thursday sees the 150th anniversary of the birth of Carl Duisberg, who was chief executive of Bayer AG for many years and intellectual father of IG Farben. The chemist carried significant responsibility for the global rise of the company. During World War I he advocated the use of poison gas, supported the deportation of Belgian forced labourers and demanded the annexation of large areas in Eastern Europe. The pinnacle of Duisberg’s lifetime achievements was the merger of companies within the German chemical industry to create the conglomerate IG Farben.

Jan Pehrke from the Coalition against BAYER Dangers says: “Carl Duisberg literally walked over dead bodies for profit. Due to his responsibility for the use of poison gas, the exploitation of forced labourers and the close cooperation with the Nazi regime, the former Bayer chief executive is not suitable as a role model for future generations!”. The Coalition demands the renaming of schools (e.g. Duisberg´s former high school in Wuppertal), streets (e.g. in Bonn, Krefeld, Dortmund and Leverkusen), as well as charitable Carl Duisberg centres. In a letter to the Mayor of Leverkusen, Reinhard Buchhorn, the network is furthermore asking for the removal of Duisberg´s honorary citizenship of Leverkusen.

Already at the end of the 19th century Carl Duisberg marketed heroin ruthlessly, as a supposedly harmless cough remedy. Back then Bayer promoted its ‘wonder drugs’ Aspirin and Heroin worldwide. When a scientist decried the addictive potential of heroin, Duisberg – he was at that point executive director at Bayer – remarked that one had to “silence the opponents”. Although the addictive dangers became obvious quickly, the corporation continued selling it profitably for many decades.

Carl Duisberg’s role in the exploitation of forced labourers during World War I is also of historic significance. In the autumn of 1916, Duisberg bemoaned the lack of workers and demanded the use of forced labourers with the claim “Open the large human pool of Belgium”. The Interior Ministry of the German Reich picked up the proposal of the industry and arranged the deportation of 60,000 Belgians, which led to worldwide protests. The deportation is regarded as the predecessor of the much bigger slave labour programme implemented during World War II.

At the same time, Carl Duisberg developed – together with Fritz Haber – poison gases such as “Gruenkreuz” (phosgene) and “Mustard gas”, tested them on the front for the first time and pushed for their use – knowingly in breach of The Hague Land Warfare Convention. In Leverkusen Duisberg set up a school specifically for chemical warfare. Towards the end of the war Duisberg and Haber were on extradition lists by the allied forces and they feared prosecution as war criminals.

Carl Duisberg’s greatest success was the foundation of IG Farben in 1925, where he was appointed head of the supervisory board. Duisberg had organized the merger of companies within the German chemical industry to form the largest European corporation at the time over many decades.

Duisberg’s stance towards the Weimar Republic was hostile. He organized industry donations to conservative and nationalistic parties, including to the Nazis, from 1930 onwards. In 1931 Duisberg demanded: “The German people constantly cries out for a Führer who will liberate it from its unbearable situation. If a man comes along now who has proved to have no inhibitions, we must follow him unconditionally.” In the same year Duisberg demanded, in a speech before the Chamber of Commerce in Dusseldorf, the creation of a European economic area under German domination.

In return for the millions in donations, the Nazis guaranteed to buy synthetic fuel and rubber from IG Farben. From then onwards no other corporation collaborated so closely with the Third Reich. Carl Duisberg crowed on the occasion of his retirement: “I am looking forward to my retirement under our Führer Adolf Hitler.” Hitler in return offered his condolences on Duisberg’s death in 1935: “With him the German chemical industry has lost one of its first pioneers and a successful leader, and the German industry one of its great organisers. His name will live on honorably in Germany.”

Jan Pehrke from the Coalition against BAYER Dangers concludes: “Carl Duisberg was a convinced nationalist, a man characterized by patriarchal imperiousness and a fierce enemy of trade unions. One can only describe Duisberg as a ‘criminal genius’, who subjugated morals to profits throughout his life.” Since the 1980s the Coalition has been concerned with the history of Bayer and, amongst others, published the book “Von Anilin bis Zwangsarbeit – Die Geschichte der IG Farben“ (From Aniline to Forced Labour – The History of IG Farben). Translation: Susanne Schuster (Tlaxcala)

more information: => Hell’s Cartel: IG Farben and the Making of Hitler’s War Machine => IG Farben: Stock of former Nazi chemicals giant to be delisted => Jew, Christian team up to stress German firms’ culpability for war horrors => Campaign NEVER AGAIN! => TURMOIL AT THE IG FARBEN GENERAL MEETING

http://www.cbgnetwork.org/4062.html