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Theatre's a con trick. Do you know what that means? Terrorism is theater… The normal objective of state or official terrorism is to enforce obedience and cooperation Success demands the creation of an atmosphere of fear and the seeming omnipresence of the internal security apparatus. One needs to remember that the ultimate purpose of false-flag terrorism is to affect public opinion and change the way the target audience thinks about the entity that is blamed.
As terrorism expert Brian Michael Jenkins wrote, "Terrorism is aimed at the people watching, not at the actual victims. In this case, Barak evidently had prior knowledge of the attacks and was prepared to be in the London studio of the BBC World to give the world the Israeli narrative of the crime - and the Israeli cure for the problem: In the case of the mass shooting in the Orlando nightclub, the alleged shooter was identified as an American-born Muslim of Afghan origin - before the number of people killed had even been determined.
More thanpeople watched the inflammatory video in the first day it was online. The main question being: Was the Orlando nightclub massacre another act of false-flag terror?
Were there multiple shooters as some eyewitnesses have said? How did the media know the name of the alleged shooter before it knew how many people had been killed? If so, when will we be able to hear it? The FBI has released "transcripts" of the call but is not releasing the audio. Why will they not release the audio?
How do we know that the voice in the video is that of the alleged killer if we cannot hear the actual audio?
There is also a big question about Alex Jones and the role he plays: Is Alex Jones exploiting the primacy effect for propaganda reasons — just like Ehud Barak? There are many people who trust Alex Jones to give them the truth about important matters that are not discussed in the mainstream media.
Jones has a large following, including many sincere truth-seekers who believe whatever comes from his website. Benjamin Netanyahu's comments on the Orlando shooting are designed to advance the War on Terror, a war agenda being waged by the United States and its allies on behalf of Israel.
In doing so, Netanyahu was feeding the War on Terror construct he has promoted since In Orlando, a terrorist walks into a nightclub and murders nearly 50 human beings… Why did the terrorist murder them? Because he was driven by a fanatical hatred.
He targeted the LGBT community because he believed they were evil. Now, the murderer wasn't alone. Regimes and terrorist organizations around the world ruthlessly persecute the LGBT community. In Iran, the regime hangs gays from cranes It was an attack on all of us, on our common values of freedom and diversity and choice.
Radical Islamist terror makes no distinction between shades of infidel. This week it was gays in Orlando. A few days before that it was Jews in Tel Aviv… All of us are targets… Working together we will defeat them even faster.Pay growth for women stops at this age Pay growth for college-educated women suddenly stops at around the age of 40, according to new findings from compensation research firm PayScale.
Private companies need to have whistleblower hotlines and case management systems to assist with internal controls and to detect and deter fraud.
smaller organizations experienced the greatest percentage of fraud cases in their study, and suffered the largest loss due to fraud. “B2Gold has utilized WhistleBlower Security’s ethics.
In the same way that regulators incentive whistleblowing with money, companies should foster a climate where employees feel internally incentivized to report wrongdoing.
At least one study shows that whistleblowing actually decreases wrongdoing after disclosure.
Sep 12, · News about whistle-blowers. Commentary and archival information about whistle-blowers from The New York Times. The Wilde Whistleblower Study In an article entitled “The Deterrent Effect of Employee Whistleblowing on Firms’ Financial Misreporting and Tax Aggressiveness,” published in The Accounting Review, Professor Jaron H.
Wilde reported the results of a study of how companies have responded to whistleblowing allegations. The higher rate of dismissals for ethical lapses in companies in the BRIC countries reflects these changes as well, but in an amplified way, given the historical pervasiveness of corruption in the countries in which these companies operate.