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Notables 2013

Notables 2013

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Published by Edmund Igberaese
This document seeks to apprise readers of significant yet under-reported events that occurred in 2013 (see the Introduction section for a summary). Further, new revisions of this document may contain items unacknowledged in earlier ones.


The year 2013 A.D. witnessed a slew of political suicides and potential “removals,” including the mysterious suicides of Guantanemo Bay attorney Andy Hart and blogger-activist Aaron Swartz and the mysterious death of Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings, the latter two having been involved in what may be a new F.B.I.-sponsored COINTELPRO; serious fears over the Iranian nuclear arsenal; a rising “shadow over Colorado” beginning with a November 28, 2012 memorandum designating Colorado’s Ken Salazar as U.S. leader during an unspecified National Special Security Event (N.S.S.E.) affecting Washington, D.C. and reaching its peak with the D.H.S. Insider’s revelations of plans for a “North America without borders” by 2015 centered somehow on Denver, CO; the likely entrapments of the Tsarnaev brothers in the April Boston bombings and Adebolajo in the May Woolwich murder, the latter case involving the suspect’s allegations of sexual harassment by the U.K.’s M.I.5; increased state control with unprecedented domestic spying, Orwellian biometric databases, and law enforcement militarization; China’s rapid rise and expanding nuclear arsenal; religious polarization across the U.K. in the May Woolwich murder and racial polarization across the U.S. in the July Trayvon Martin-Zimmerman verdict, the latter further inflamed by the revelation that America’s Department of Justice (DoJ) was involved in inciting racial protests in Florida and elsewhere; the realized balkanization of the Middle-East and shady passage of U.S. Senate Resolution 65 during the Boston bombings crisis, which pledges U.S. support for an Israeli invasion of Iran; sudden resignations and academic tenures for top military leaders, including the resignation of former C.I.A. director Petraeus to Harvard University in October after revelations of betrayal by former colleagues and the resignation of former D.H.S. Secretary Janet Napolitano to the University of California system in what may be, as Leuren Moret alleges, D.H.S. consolidation of control over the U.S. nuclear arsenal; riots from poor economies, including the May Rio Riots in Brazil and the October Portuguese riots; massive environmental problems that continue the trend established in 2012; and memorable events, including the death of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez in March after a failed French assassination plot in January, the first papal resignation in over 600 years, and the election of “Washington’s Pope” Bergoglio, who has been accused of complicity in the C.I.A. assassinations of opposition activists in 1976 Argentina (“Operation Condor”). As 2014 approaches, we should pay special attention to these key events and trends. We should watch for history’s repeats, and we should remain keen to the wheel of time.
This document seeks to apprise readers of significant yet under-reported events that occurred in 2013 (see the Introduction section for a summary). Further, new revisions of this document may contain items unacknowledged in earlier ones.


The year 2013 A.D. witnessed a slew of political suicides and potential “removals,” including the mysterious suicides of Guantanemo Bay attorney Andy Hart and blogger-activist Aaron Swartz and the mysterious death of Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings, the latter two having been involved in what may be a new F.B.I.-sponsored COINTELPRO; serious fears over the Iranian nuclear arsenal; a rising “shadow over Colorado” beginning with a November 28, 2012 memorandum designating Colorado’s Ken Salazar as U.S. leader during an unspecified National Special Security Event (N.S.S.E.) affecting Washington, D.C. and reaching its peak with the D.H.S. Insider’s revelations of plans for a “North America without borders” by 2015 centered somehow on Denver, CO; the likely entrapments of the Tsarnaev brothers in the April Boston bombings and Adebolajo in the May Woolwich murder, the latter case involving the suspect’s allegations of sexual harassment by the U.K.’s M.I.5; increased state control with unprecedented domestic spying, Orwellian biometric databases, and law enforcement militarization; China’s rapid rise and expanding nuclear arsenal; religious polarization across the U.K. in the May Woolwich murder and racial polarization across the U.S. in the July Trayvon Martin-Zimmerman verdict, the latter further inflamed by the revelation that America’s Department of Justice (DoJ) was involved in inciting racial protests in Florida and elsewhere; the realized balkanization of the Middle-East and shady passage of U.S. Senate Resolution 65 during the Boston bombings crisis, which pledges U.S. support for an Israeli invasion of Iran; sudden resignations and academic tenures for top military leaders, including the resignation of former C.I.A. director Petraeus to Harvard University in October after revelations of betrayal by former colleagues and the resignation of former D.H.S. Secretary Janet Napolitano to the University of California system in what may be, as Leuren Moret alleges, D.H.S. consolidation of control over the U.S. nuclear arsenal; riots from poor economies, including the May Rio Riots in Brazil and the October Portuguese riots; massive environmental problems that continue the trend established in 2012; and memorable events, including the death of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez in March after a failed French assassination plot in January, the first papal resignation in over 600 years, and the election of “Washington’s Pope” Bergoglio, who has been accused of complicity in the C.I.A. assassinations of opposition activists in 1976 Argentina (“Operation Condor”). As 2014 approaches, we should pay special attention to these key events and trends. We should watch for history’s repeats, and we should remain keen to the wheel of time.

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Published by: Edmund Igberaese on Feb 10, 2013
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