Benghazi – Syria – Afghanistan…. Sept 11th. Then Arwa Damon on Ali-Snackbars Near Aleppo Syria and SAAM’s…

Bear with us… lotsa dots…. eat slowly…..  First the CNN report – Pay attention to who they are calling the “FSA” (Free Syrian Army). We have painstakingly outlined the FSA is now run (as in taken over by) al-Qaeda operatives (aka “AliSnackBars”):

The AliSnackBars took control of a considerable source of Syrian weaponry recently. Near Aleppo, Syria – This should scare the snickers out of anyone who has followed events.

But not necessarily for the reasons some might think.

First read this article – about Afghanistan.

TEXAS – Army Chief Warrant Officers  Thalia  S. Ramirez, 28, of San Antonio and Jose  L. Montenegro Jr., 31, of San Juan, in the Rio Grande Valley, died Wednesday  while flying an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior, a Defense  Department news release stated. The aircraft carries a two-person crew,  according to a military website.

Chief Warrant Officer 2 Thalia Ramirez.  Ramirez was killed when her OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan Sept. 5, 2012.  Ramirez was assigned to Troop F, 1-17 Air Cavalry Regiment, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division. Photo: Photo Courtesy Pro Image Digital;Inc., Courtesy / U.S. ArmyRamirez, a native of Kenya who lived in San Antonio shortly before joining  the Army in 2003, initially was a water-purification specialist.   In 2008, she  became a pilot — one of the most dangerous positions available to women in  today’s U.S. military.

“Thalia never failed to set the perfect example of a confident and competent warrior. She was fearless, and loved her job. She selflessly risked everything, on a regular basis, in defense of her brothers and sisters in arms,” said Lt. Col. Landy Dunham, a task force commander with the 82nd Airborne Division.

The cause of the crash in eastern Afghanistan’s Logar province is under investigation. Ramirez and Montenegro were part of the division’s 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, at Fort Bragg, N.C.

Both soldiers had nearly completed a yearlong deployment, according to the Defense Department. Ramirez, the 23rd San Antonian to die in service in the war in Afghanistan, was on her second deployment. She had flown more than 270 missions and 650 hours during her latest tour of duty. (read more)

Two brave American service members on the aircraft.   Both dead.  But *they* are certain it was a “crash”.  They just don’t know why.

Huh.   Funny that….

Considering all that has been speculated about the purpose of the CIA mission in Benghazi to recover those pesky 20,000 Surface To Air Missiles (SAAM’s) that were distributed from Libyan Weapons Depots during the uprising against Quackdaffy.

… and considering many really smart dot connectors had previously outlined the risk to Obama from the electorate finding out that our own helicopters were being shot out of the sky by the very missiles we facilitated being released to al-Qaeda in Libya.

… and considering well, um, have you previously heard about this helicopter “crash”?   In Afghanistan.  Against the backdrop of a new SOP for no close air support.   Had you heard about it?  I mean this story?

…. Female Pilot.  Black Female Pilot.  Black Female Pilot last name Ramirez.

…. First Black Female Pilot Killed In Combat.

…. No Media?

…. No White House exploitative considerations?

…. No Democrat use of firstblackfemalehelicopterpilotherokilledincombat?

…. No Media Coverage

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan - U.S. Army Col. T.J. Jamison, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade commander, of Broken Arrow, Okla., awards U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Thalia Ramirez, of Nairobi, Kenya, with the Air Medal Aug. 30, 2012, on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Ramirez, an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior pilot assigned to Troop F, 1-17 Air Cavalry Regiment, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, was killed when her helicopter crashed in Logar Province, Afghanistan, Sept. 5, 2012.  (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Eric Pahon) Photo: Sgt. 1st Class Eric Pahon, Courtesy / U.S. Army








The mysterious “crash” happened on September 5th.

And then….

……and then the strangest thing happened……

…. the “crash”…. quietly evolved into:

Taliban Commander Arrested for Shooting Down US Chopper

Aviation News – Afghan and coalition forces on Sunday arrested a Taliban commander who allegedly coordinated an attack against a coalition helicopter in eastern Afghanistan, killing two American soldiers, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said on Monday.  (read more)

Wha the? Huh?… 

You mean it wasn’t really a “crash” after all.   The Taliban (aka al-Qaeda), the AliSnackBars actually shot down the chopper.  With the First-Black-Female-Pilot-Killed-In-Afghanistan.  That.Was.Shot.Down.On.Sept.5th….

…..  And what else was Happening on September 5th?

….  And surely the DNC was aware of this (through POTUS) who was scheduled to speak on Sept 6th.  The.Next.Day.

….  Black – Female – Pilot – “Ramirez” – First – KIA

….. And they Identified/Discovered the cause of their death by Taliban “Shootdown” on  September 19th….  Well, I’m certain now that you have heard of this sometime in, say, September – October – November, or, well, sometime right?

What’s tha..?   

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30 Responses to Benghazi – Syria – Afghanistan…. Sept 11th. Then Arwa Damon on Ali-Snackbars Near Aleppo Syria and SAAM’s…

  1. akathesob says:

    What the he**? SMH! We as a nation are in deep poo…


  2. ctdar says:

    Found this from Tx paper which actually says “The crash occurred in Afghanistan’s Logar Province. According to published reports, there are indications that the helicopter was shot down, but the Department of Defense news release states the cause of the crash remains under investigation.”
    All papers I’ve read report crash to have occurred Wed 9/5/12 with updates the week after. Without a doubt Benghazi and the multi military helicopter crashes are result of Fast & Furious effort set in place by US to take out Ghaddafi. Potus arming the enemy that kills our people = traitor
    This is what Obama administration is hiding and stalling about to Congress.


  3. doodahdaze says:

    When they start taking out airliners it will really hit the fan. Think what even a few of the 20k will do when smuggled in through Mexico.


    • Knuckledraggingwino says:


      My prediction is that we will wake up one morning, perhaps next Sept 11, to discover that Al Quida has smuggled in hundreds od these SAMs and missile teams who have been stationed at the ends of Airport runways to shoot down airliners as they take off in a near simultaneous salvo.

      Imagine the carnage.

      Perhaps 200 airliners each with perhaps 200 passengers equals 40,000 dead people.

      But wait, there is a bonus.

      With 200 airliners being shot down at airports, how many will impact in heavily populated areas. Perhaps 100 airliners impacting buildings with subsequent fires and structural collase resulting in perhaps 1,000 additional fatties per impact equals 100,000 fatalities.

      This exceeds the actual fatalities atvHiroshima or Nagasaki (propaganda stats are grossly inflated. Lethal radius wasaproximately one kilometer and lethal area was about three square kilometer in cities with population densities of less than 10,000 pervsquare mile. Propaganda stats include everyone who was present at either city and therefore “victim” whonsubsequently died from whatever cause.).

      Now the really scary thought. This will not be an unintended consequence. This crisis will be intentionally enabled to provide Obama with a pretext to seize dictatorial powers his friend Morsi is doing.


      • Sharon says:

        “…it will really hit the fan…” I’m no longer sure that the fan is running fast enough to have any effect.

        POTUS is Lucy, we are Charlie Brown, and the football is the Constitutional Republic. It’s there–oh, wait. No. It’s not. Oh–wait–there it is….oh, no. Gone again.


      • 1harpazo says:

        If one airplane has an “electrical short which ignites the fuel tanks” (shot down) over the Atlantic, it’s an accident. But if 200 are shot down, at least 0bama won’t be able to deny that an organized terror!st attack is afoot.


        • WeeWeed says:

          Thank you. I never did believe that equine scatology – “electrical short which ignites the fuel tanks” (shot down). Exactly.


      • ftsk420 says:

        During and after 9/11 I worked for a warehouse that was across the street from JFK airport. I was shocked at how easy it was to go just about anywhere you wanted at JFK. More then once I ate lunch at the end of a runway. It would be very easy to shoot something at a plane there.


        • Sam says:

          i suspect at least some major airports are still in the same condition. I know many regional airports are insecure in this regard. Passenger planes fly out of and land at all of these airports. The TSA only sort of tries to prevent attacks that have already happened; like all bureaucracies, it does not try to anticipate brand-new disasters and prevent them. I shudder to think of a coordinated effort with SAMs, especially Stingers.


  4. Arkindole says:

    They’ll continue to dangle bright shiny objects in front of the media, like the Rice thing, to distract attention (and the neuralized McCain) from the real gun running story. Again, the locals in Benghazi were NOT aware that there was a CIA complex one mile from the main compound. Huge place, few people. What was in there? Why were the attacks (several hours long) at the CIA complex sooooo disorganized? Almost as if they had to develop a “new” plan, and call their bros with the mortars from another town. Let’s watch the drone footage AFTER the attack–what did they drag out of there?

    And, let’s not forget that the French were also dropping loads of stuff in Western Libia in support of the rebels. Seen any European format weapons in Syrian videos?

    All we need to see is a U.S. platform weapon pop up in one of those Syrian (or wherever) rebel videos…I’m waiting for a Javelin, or, just a tube. Meanwhile Holder is trying to cut a deal now, which means he’s got a few more stooges that will take a fall. More shiny things….


  5. ctdar says:

    Found this article off…this insider makes alot of sense:


    • Sharon says:

      The insider material always makes for good reading, but it doesn’t change anything since Congress is ok with what’s happening. We are highly informed about the betrayers, but unless the insiders leverage their information on the inside they are just more shiny objects.


    • John Galt says:

      Nice article.

      “The Obama administration is playing the role of Saudi Arabia’s private army. I think if Americans knew this, they would be outraged. Our service men and women are being sold out as mercenaries for the wants and desires of the Royal family, for the Saudi’s interests. It’s about religious dominance and oil. Who is really benefiting from, say, what’s going on in Egypt? Mubarek is out, and the Muslim Brotherhood is in. Who does that benefit? Saudi Arabia.”


      • ctdar says:

        Obama bows to Saudi King


        • yadent says:

          Didn’t GW also kiss one of these clowns a few years back?


          • ctdar says:

            A bow to another Country’s leader is completely different from that country’s custom of initial greeting.


            • yadent says:

              Understood. However I don’t recall any other US president doing likewise nor do I recall GW doing this with any other foreign leader where such a custom is also the norm. I discount the massage to the German PM cuz I figure that was a Texas gentlemanly thing……


          • John Galt says:

            Bushes, Clinton, Zero: new day SOS. Unless we start jailing politicians for taking Saudi money, nothing will change.


            • michellc says:

              Even if we had a congress that would do their job and reveal all, what does it matter when we have a congress who doesn’t do their job and punish those responsible? Of course part of that problem is the fact that many of those good ol’ boys and girls have the same blood on their hands.
              Money is the root of all evil, easier for a rich man to go through the eye of a needle than to get to heaven sort of thing. These fat cats in Washington love money and power more than they love their God so they certainly love it more than their country.

              Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord, Washington fat cats need to be afraid but imo they’ll be like the parable in the Bible, drinking and being merry and won’t see the axe fall until it’s too late.


              • stellap says:

                Don’t mean to split hairs, but it’s “the love of money is the root of all evil”.

                1 Timothy 6:10

                King James Version (KJV)

                10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

                ADD: I think it was a camel that was to pass through the eye of the needle …


                • michellc says:

                  Yeah I just re-read what I wrote, sometimes the brain doesn’t make it to the fingers or the tongue. lol
                  I meant camel through the eye of the needle than rich man get into heaven.

                  I did though say they love money and power more than God and country which is kind of the meaning of the verse. lol

                  The point is though, congress is every bit as much responsible with either inaction or their own actions.
                  And I do believe at some point God is going to say enough and some very powerful people are going to find out just how powerless they truly are.


          • Sam says:

            And held hands.


      • Arkindole says:

        Yes; it’s mostly the petrodollar in the middle east. But, from a global perspective when China, Russia, and the rest of Asia no longer like that “dollar” part, it’s over. See what they had to say recently:

        Our Pravda should expose the gun running, not Russia’s Pravda. Global news agencies have been reporting this for over a year.


    • ytz4mee says:

      Hear no treason, see no treason, speak no treason.
      See how easy that was?
      Now don’t forget to get out there and spend those fiat dollars and shop, shop, shop.


  6. yadent says:

    So in summation, as long as the US refuses to have an comprehensive energy policy we will continue to be slaves to the crap-hole called the Middle East. But I guess it’s OK cuz the markets are up, I have a ‘free’ phone, and I’m due for some great, cheap medical care soon…….


  7. 22tula says:

    Related – Crosstalk
    Red Shoebat – – November 27, 2012

    Avi Lipkin – November 26, 2012


  8. Chuck field says:

    Don’t be nieve. The US defense budget is and always has been the worlds largest slush fund. Our ambassadors have always been a major conduit getting these funds into the hands of the “good” terriosts. Is it a surprise then that Al Qaeda has intercepted two warehouses bound for Syria? The real question is, how many of these stolen US stingers will be a part of the next 911 attack and what will be the targets. Please let all US citizens just focus on solving some real problems instead of bickering over petty politics.


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