Why the Norway terror attacks have more to do with international banks and a failed carbon tax scam than with a crazed racist man…
By Mario Andrade
July 26, 2011
Last week’s terror attacks in Norway shattered the heart of a peace-loving society, which up until this point, was considered a model for other societies to follow. Despite their socialist form of government, Norwegians cherish their sovereignty and independence. Some say their standard of living is one of the best in the world. Perhaps is due to the fact that their government still represents their interests. They chose not to be part of the European Union in two different referendums some time ago because they know their history; they have been dominated by foreign governments in the past and they don’t want their old problems to return.
One of the terror suspects was a crazed man by the name of Anders Behring Breivik. He was the son of a nurse and a Norwegian diplomat who used to work at the London embassy. The media is reporting that Breivik was an anti-immigration islamophobe and a supporter of the PPP/C or People’s Progress Party/Civic. The PPP/C has been labeled as an ‘extremist organization’ by the EU Police or Europol along with other political parties (that happen to be opposed to ‘mainstream’ trade or immigration policies) throughout Europe. Despite being labeled as extremists, the Progress Party is still gaining political momentum, and is still winning elections. Odd isn’t it?
Yesterday, alleged terrorist Breivik had his day in court, and just as he started to mention that he had accomplices in the attacks, the judge silenced him and order him to 4 weeks in isolation before his trial. Why? Wouldn’t the people of Norway have a right to know who helped that crazed man carry out the terror attacks? It is obvious that he had assistance; the attacks had to require some level of sophistication and professional planning. But rather than focusing on Breivik’s background, because we may never know the whole truth about him, let’s examine who benefits from these horrendous attacks.
Last year, during the Cancun Global ‘Climate Change Summit, the Norway government, headed by Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, leader of the Labour Party, agreed to participate in a carbon tax pilot program, endorsed by the UN and George Soros. The program is called REDD, which is acronym for ‘Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation.’ In this carbon tax program, Norway would send anywhere from $250 million (U.S. Dollars) to $500 million from Norwegian tax payers to the government of Guyana in South America in order to promote rainforest conservation programs. The money would be collected by the World Bank, then siphoned trough the Inter-American Bank of Development to eventually reach the government of Guyana.
However, instead of using the money to ‘save the trees’ of the Amazon rainforest, the Guyana government and the Inter American Bank of Development decided to use the carbon tax money to build a hydro-electric dam called the Amalia Falls Project. Upon receiving the money, the Guyanan government granted a contract to a company called Synergy Holdings Inc., headed by a shady character by the name of Makeshwar Motilall, aka Fip or Flip.
Not too long after that, the local Guyana media accused Motilall of being a fraud. They also found out that the office for Synergy Holdings was an abandoned old house. Fip began to take money from the cookie jar and failed to report where he was spending it. Five million dollars of contract money disappeared. The scandal in Guyana began. The Norwegian Progress Party party, which was against this project from the beginning, began to mobilize to stop all funding for it. They wrote an open letter criticizing the project and the Labour Party, and the fact that they are denouncing this carbon tax scam for what it really is has helped them gain political power.
The Guyana government backpedaled and announced they gave the contract to another company called Sithe Global, which is owned by the Rothchild-family-controlled Blackstone Group. Fip’s contract was downgraded to only build the roads leading to the dam. However, the Norwegian Progress Party still wasn’t convinced.
Then later, under mysterious circumstances, ‘Fip’ Motilall attempted to ‘commit suicide’ in Palm Beach, Florida on July of 2010. He was taken to a mental health clinic for phychological treatment. A few months later, he went back to Guyana and his vehicle flipped (no pun intended) and went over a 40-foot cliff, but yet, he survived! Talk about a cockroach that won’t die!
Overall, the carbon tax pilot program was a failure and a major embarrassment for the Norwegian government, the international banks, and the government contractors involved in that scam. Forget the money; they have all the money in the world. This was supposed to be their pilot program and it failed! As a result, the People’s Progress Party became the number one obstacle for the carbon tax promoters. The EU Police (Europol) began to label them as terrorists. Their Facebook page was hacked earlier this month. Then suddenly, last Friday, a terrorist (who happens to be a Progress Party supporter) by the name of Anders Behring Breivik bombs the government building and kills a bunch of socialist kids in an island. The news media outlets worldwide have been unleashed and they are accusing those who support the Progress Party of being extremists, racists, islamophobes and even terrorists. Using the media propaganda as a tool, these terror attacks have effectively neutralized the Progress Party and their supporters, those who ‘deny’ climate change, those who oppose illegal immigration, higher taxes and the outsourcing of jobs. In the eyes of the world, these people are now terrorists for agreeing with Anders Behring Breivik. So now they won’t have any political leverage to oppose the carbon tax programs.