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False Flag - Panama

Manual Noreaga had a long relationship with the CIA run by Director George H. Bush that some use to justify claims that Manual Noreage was punished for skimming drug money destined for CIA and Bush pockets.  The History Channel revealed in a May 2009 episode that President George H. Bush ordered United States troops to dress in civilian clothing and incite confrontations with Panamanian defense forces in order to justify an invasion by the United States. The troops were successful.  Manual Noreaga was incarcerated in complete isolation, so he was never able to explain his side of the story to the public, and won't be able to until he is released in 2029 when he will by 95 years old and George H. Bush is 105 years old.

1989 December - False Flag 7: Panama invaded to depose general and de facto Panamanian military leader Manuel Noriega in December 1989, during the administration of U.S. President George H. W. Bush. This action was preceded by more than a year of diplomatic tension between the United States and Panama, the highlights of which were specific allegations by the United States that Noriega was complicit with money launderers and drug traffickers and a nullified national election in 1989, but the CIA paid $650,000 to Manuel Noriega on January 19, 1991. Others believe that Noriega displeased his partners in crime, the Bush Family and the CIA by pocketing more than his share of drug profits. President George H. W. Bush specially assisted by his Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney and then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Staff Colin Powell, ordered U.S. troops in Panama to cause an incident that would justify the invasion.  The Panamanian Defense Force ignored the provocations until four Marines dressed in civilian clothes ran a road block. The Panamanians shot at the vehicle. One of the Marines died, providing the excuse used to invade Panama ... a relatively small price to pay for motivating Americans to endorse an invasion planned long before.  After sufficient play in the American press, the invasion was launched without the approval of Congress (History Channel 5:00 PM 9/25/07).

This set a president for George W. Bush to use 911 as an excuse to invade Iraq, and execute Saddam Hussein, who also did not have an opportunity to tell his side of his sordid affair with the U.S. government as allies and enemies.

Derived from USChronology.com:

5/7/1873 - Commander-in-Chief Grant sends Marines of the Navy of the United States (standing military) to the Colombian enclave of Panama.
David Wallechinsky and Irving Wallace, eds., The People's Almanac, (Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1975), 192.

1/22/1903 - John Hay, Secretary of State, and Tom's Herr'n, Foreign Minister of Colombia, sign the Hay-Herr'n Treaty, giving Colombia 10,000,000 Dollars and annual payments of 250,000 Dollars (after eight years) in exchange for a six-mile wide strip across the Colombian isthmus province of Panama, and the rights to build a trans-oceanic canal.

8/12/1903 - The Senate, of Colombia, rejects the Hay-Herr'n Treaty, which would have given Colombia 10,000,000 Dollars and annual payments of 250,000 Dollars, in exchange for a six-mile wide strip across its isthmus province of Panama, and the rights to build a trans-oceanic canal. The Senate of Colombia instead wants two and a half times that amount: 25,000,000,000 Dollars. Republican (proto-fascist/socialist) President Theodore Roosevelt is incensed at the request, and refuses to participate in any further negotiations.

11/2/1903 - The USS Nashville under orders from Commander-in-Chief Theodore 'Robber Baron' Roosevelt, lands at the Colombian port city of Col'n, in the isthmusian province of Panama. The ships compliment of Marines are deployed ashore to prevent the landing of the Army of Colombia when the Panamanian Revolution begins'scheduled the next day.
Irving S. and Nell Kull, eds., A Short Chronology of American History, 1492-1950, (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1952), 198. Calvin D. Linton, ed., The Bicentennial Almanac: 200 Years of America, 1776-1976, (New York: Thomas Nelson, 1977), 263.

3/23/1911 - Former Republican (proto-fascist/socialist) President Theodore 'Robber Baron' Roosevelt delivers his 'I took the Isthmus' speech to the University of California, in which he admits violating the Constitution for the United States, and his oath of office:

"[I]f I had followed the general or conservative [lawful] method, I should have submitted an admirable state paper, occupying a couple of hundred pages detailing the facts to Congress and asked Congress consideration of it, in which there would have been a number of excellent speeches made on the subject in congress and the debate would be proceeding at this moment with great spirit, and the beginning of the canal would be fifty years in the future.
. . .

"Fortunately the crisis came when I could begin the work unhampered. I took the Isthmus, started the canal, and then left Congress not to debate the canal, but to debate me and in portions of the public press the debate still goes on as to whether or not I acted properly in getting the canal, but while the debate goes on the canal does too and they are welcome to debate me as long as they wish, provided that we can go on with the canal now."

NOTE: The 'crisis' which Roosevelt mentions is the Panamanian Revolution, which he orchestrated to his own ends.

Sticky questions here: what is the difference between this and Jefferson's purchase of Louisiana" To answer my own question, Jefferson did not orchestrate a revolution in order to make his purchase. '' JL  Also, the acquisition of Louisiana was accomplished in accordance with the spirit of Article IX of the Articles of Confederation; and as Jim says, the acquisition of the Canal was accomplished at the point of a gun. ''

10/10/1913 - The Panama Canal is opened to international commerce (traffic). The cost to the United States treasury was 375,000,000 Dollars. This is not a function of the federal government that is authorized under the Constitution for the united States.

10/12/1925 - Commander-in-Chief Coolidge orders five companies of soldiers from the army of the United States, stationed in the Canal Zone, to invade Panama, to protect American interests.
NOTE: This is the third time the United States has invaded Panama, whereas Panama, has never invaded the U.S.

5/16/1938 -  Because the Panama Canal has become obsolete (too narrow to accompany the wider naval vessels being built), the Democratic (socialist/fascist) 12th counterfeit congress passes the Vinson Naval Expansion Act, providing five billion 'dollars' for the creation of a 'two ocean navy.' The United States fleet of the navy of the U.S. will be split into two navies: the atlantic and the pacific fleets. The act calls for the building of one hundred new aircraft carriers by 1943, at which time the Empire of Japan would be expected to run out of oil'if United States petroleum sales were to be terminated.
Vinson Naval Expansion Act, 52 Public Statutes at Large 401 (1938). Calvin D. Linton, ed., The Bicentennial Almanac: 200 Years of America, 1776-1976, (New York: Thomas Nelson, 1977), 345. Robert B. Stinnett, Day of Deceit The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, (New York: Free Press, 1999), 25, 121-22.

7/5/1941 - De facto Commander-in-Chief Franklin Roosevelt, Esq., orders the Panama Canal closed to the civilian Merchant Marine Fleet of the empire of Japan, forcing Japanese cargo carriers to make a seven-thousand mile detour around South America. This places Japanese commerce at a competitive disadvantage and forces Japan to use more of its limited petroleum.
Robert B. Stinnett, Day of Deceit The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, (New York: Free Press, 1999), 130.

4/17/1978 - The DeConcini Amendment is added to the Panama Canal Treaty giving the United States government the right to militarily intervene in the internal affairs of Panama.
Adam Clymer, 'Key Senator Yields to Party's Leaders on Pledge to Panama; Nonintervention is Promised; Agreement with DeConcini Raises Backer's Hopes that 2nd Canal Treaty will be Approved,' New York Times, 18 April 1978, A1.

2/5/1988 - Republican (fascist/socialist) President Reagan requests the extradition of dictator Manuel Noriega, of Panama, to stand trial for smuggling cocaine into the United States.
Ronald L. Ostrow and Doyle McManus, 'U.S. Decides to Indict Noriega, Risk Retaliation,' Los Angeles Times. 5 February 1988, 1-1.

12/20/1989 - Operation Just [Be]Cause: Commander-in-Chief George Herbert Walker Bush exercises the DeConcini Amendment in the Panama Canal Treaty by ordering United States Armed Forces (private mercenaries) to invade Panama, and forcibly extradite military dictator Manuel Noriega (a former operative of the Central Intelligence Agency), to stand trial for smuggling (still lawful) cocaine into the United States. This action ignores the precedent of three and a half centuries of international law (Cf. Treaty of Westphalia, this site) against invading another nation solely for the purpose of 'regime change.'
NOTE: This is the fourth time the United States has invaded Panama, whereas Panama has never invaded the U.S.
Another horrible precedent established, perhaps based on the snatching of Adolph Eichman by the Israeli Mossad from Argentina, absent due process; which is what Eichman was accused of" What would the U.S. do if Panama raided Miami Beach, killing hundreds of Floridians, to kidnap Governor Jeb Bush for violating a Panamanian statute" Wouldn't there now be a Territory of Panama, including the U.S. Canal Zone, by virtue of claiming the Spoils of War."

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