Sunday, August 17, 2014

Paolo Dall'Oglio S.J: Production Stills/ Making Of and Candids. [*]

> for [*]  see References.

Above image - Reservoir Dogs Photo Gallery:  Production Stills / Making Of and Candids.

Above image - URL:
(.......)  ...Father Paolo Dall’Oglio has sparked controversy since the beginning of the Syrian crisis. He declared his support for the revolution, visited al-Qusayr rebels and went to the city of Raqqa via Turkey where he disappeared....(......)...Information indicates that the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) viewed the priest with suspicion from the moment he entered al-Raqqa province, which had not fallen under ISIS’ control yet. A jihadi source linked to the organization explained: “The journey of jihad taught us not to easily trust people outside our denomination, no matter how much they claim to support the jihad. Lying and treachery are basic traits among those people.” Therefore, suspicion hovered around the priest, especially when he insisted on meeting the leaders of ISIS. " Quoted in:

 Above image  - Paolo Dall'Oglio SJ praying with Muslims, allegedly in Syria. From: "Padre Paolo Dall’Oglio, dodici mesi di silenzio [Fr. Paul dall'Oglio twelve months of silence] - Posted on 28/07/2014 by asmaesiriadachan"

Above image -  Paolo Dall'Oglio SJ, detail. "Have the anti-Crusaders ever wondered why the liberal, the Muslim and the Calvinists are all anti-Crusaders? While it is true that the Crusaders did err, the bulk of their efforts were justified.
It’s like saying that everything Protestant was bad. Is that valid? Especially since it is also true that historically speaking, Protestants stood and fought alongside the Muslim Ottoman Antichrist of the day at the Battle of Lepanto.
" by Walid Shoebat. 

Quoted in Stiliyanov's:
Guilty by association - Joachim of Fiore circa 2014 (pt 10)

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 Above TWO images - Wednesday, April 9, 2014  "Hezbollah welcomes the pope in the homeland of coexistence" [remastered]
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събота, 16 август 2014 г.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend 

by Christo Siliyanov:

",.Moscow state university, 2013, the sunni, but "surprisingly" pro-shiite sheikh Imran Hosein, who is based in KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA is welcomed by Alexander Dugin, a rabid anti-American, anti-jewish lackey and court counselor of Putin&co, who has wrote a book about the geopolitical goals of Russia (......) .... he shares an interesting account of a PRIVATE talk with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (?!?!?).... (....).... Then an interesting statement: .......SALAFISM IS THE PROTESTANTISM OF ISLAM....." - by C. Stiliyanov.

........... Malaysia. And four days before the Utoya Massacre, before youth members of a party considered "friend of Putin" would have been murdered,  you have this:

18 July 2011 Last updated at 15:13

Malaysia establishes diplomatic ties with Vatican

The Vatican and Malaysia have agreed to establish diplomatic ties, following a meeting between Pope Benedict XVI and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

...and now: Putin's Summer surprise.


        Could  ISIS be defeated after Al Maliki's departure? No. At least not yet. Please, this is a serious reality film, not an episode of X Files. The story board of this reality splatter movie includes that when the "good guys" are gone, the "bad guys" expose themselves. Under the perspective of the common sense only an ignorant person and without any element of diplomacy  would do what Obama is doing, openly defending only the Kurds ("friends") from ISIS, who are the enemies of their enemies (Iran always fought Kurds in her territory along the border with an agreement between Saddam's Iraq and NATO Turkey). But this is just what the Jesuits and their friend Hezbollah want. 

       To tell the truth C.I.A., even if an armed hand of the Jesuits in USA and in the world, this time did her job, carefully informing since years the Obama administration about ISIS and ISIL  threat. But when you are a loyal Catholic president and government, like president Barack,  over any other issue there's always the agenda of your spiritual masters, the pope and the Jesuits.



[ 11th August, just before the departure of the pope for Korea....]

Official: Iraq turmoil not an ‘intelligence failure’

By Kristina Wong - 08/11/14 01:23 PM EDT


The U.S. intelligence community Monday pushed back at reports that the White House was not warned about the growing strength of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) ahead of the group’s recent offensive.

“The job of the Intelligence Community is to warn. We did that," said a U.S. intelligence official. "In short, this was not U.S. intelligence failure. It was an Iraqi military failure.”

Reports suggested that the White House was caught off-guard last week by the Islamic State’s rapid advance on Erbil, a city in northern Iraq where the U.S. has a consulate and joint operations center

After Kurdish Peshmerga forces found themselves outgunned, President Obama ordered U.S. airstrikes there and humanitarian drops to stranded Iraqi refugees.

Obama said on Saturday that ISIS's "movement over the last several months has been more rapid than the intelligence estimates."

U.S. officials told The Wall Street Journal in a report published Monday that American intelligence agencies "often have underestimated the group's ability to make rapid operational gains."

An intelligence official, though, pushed back against that characterization, saying that analysts have been closely tracking ISIS and its predecessor, al Qaeda in Iraq, for years.

"Throughout the past year, the Intelligence Community has repeatedly warned that ISIL was on the march, gaining strength and picking up growing Sunni support, while the Iraqi Security Forces looked vulnerable," the official said, using ISIS's alternative name, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

Although their reports are classified to the public, intelligence agencies’ assessments are shared with the White House and members of Congress.

The official said intelligence analysts have even tracked how ISIS exploited political divisions in Iraq’s Sunni community, helping the group in June take over Iraq’s second largest city, Sunni-dominant Mosul.

"Among other things, analysts reported on how ISIL has exploited Sunni political discord, uneven Iraqi counter-terrorism pressure, and the Syrian conflict to strengthen its operational capacity and intensify the threat to the Iraqi Government,” the official said. “Further, they reported on ISIL’s efforts to spark uprisings in areas with substantial Sunni populations.”

The official said if there was a surprise, it was in how quickly Iraqi forces fell apart before the shooting started, in light of the Pentagon’s efforts to train and equip Iraqi local security forces for more than a decade.
"The ‘will to fight’ is inherently difficult to assess," said Office of the Director of National Intelligence spokesman Jeffrey Anchukaitis.

"Analysts must make assessments based on perceptions of command and control, leadership abilities, quality of experience and discipline under fire — none of which can be understood with certainty until the first shots are fired," he said.

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     No excuses for Obama. Of course Catholic Yazidis are grouped together with Kurds as national and religious-ethnic categories now defended by US Navy over all the other Iraqi denominations, BUT....

     But Yazides are defended for a reality movie commercialized in the Western 'Christian' world. And Kurds are defended for a local Middle East Islamic audience. 

      With an intensification of the ISIS' offensive and brutality, and at the same time defending Kurds with F 18 but leaving Bagdad without air cover, pious sacristan of the pope Barack Obama is only helping Al Maliki and Iran  to demonstrate to the world audience that without Iran and Shia (and Putin's Russia aka Eastern Roman empire backing Iran),  things can only go worst in Iraq, for both Catholics as well Shia Muslims.

       Continuing Quentin Tarantino - with Al Maliki as star? Here you have another exercise of Guilty by Association (and please, notice the date of the news... Any link with the Korean trip of the pope???)...:


Iraq voices anger as US air force defends Irbil – but not Baghdad

Resentment grows in capital over perceived American preference to fight for Kurds rather than ousted Maliki

Asked whether US jets will return to the skies over Baghdad, he said: "Obama will launch more strikes to save the oil and his Kurdish friends."
 Iraq's political class has watched with fear and envy in the last fortnight as American jets have slowed the Islamic State extremist group's advance towards the Kurdish stronghold of Irbil.   At the same time, the group, formerly known as Isis, has been trying to encircle Baghdad – untroubled by air strikes. Its manoeuvres near the national capital in recent days have consolidated gains it has made in the last two tumultuous months and made the very existence of Iraq in its current borders ever more precarious.
With a new central government only three weeks from being sworn in, Iraqi leaders are imploring the US to honour what they perceived to be an implicit deal to protect Baghdad once an inclusive leadership was installed.

Officials say that support for only one side will guarantee the end of Iraq, allowing the Isis insurgents menacing the capital to whittle away what is left of state control and terrorise large numbers of people into fleeing

As the war of attrition with Isis steadily tips in the militants' favour, resentment is growing among influential Iraqis. "The American policy is shameful," said Hassan al-Fayath, the dean of al-Nahrain University in Baghdad. "The Americans always say they are the leaders in fighting terrorism but they didn't lift a finger when Isis was taking parts of Iraq. The only time the Americans got involved was when they found it started threatening their interests by getting closer to the oil fields and to Irbil.
"Isis succeeded in securing Iraqi oil and now they have the resources to recruit more fighters and buy weapons. Why did everyone let them go that far and not intervene earlier?"
Asked whether US jets will return to the skies over Baghdad, he said: "Obama will launch more strikes to save the oil and his Kurdish friends."
"American intervention is a must. It's the most powerful country and they have the power to defeat Isis. I'm optimistic. I believe that Iraq will be a bridge to build communication between the US and Iran. It's something both parties want to do."
Not all are convinced of the merits of more US jets, though. Saleh al-Obeidi, a spokesman for influential Shia cleric Moqtadr al-Sadr, said: "Moqtadr approves [of] the US involvement in Iraq only if it is within the framework of an international rescue. But he doesn't want a new American footprint in Iraq."
      Uh! Practically never. Can you imagine an international rescue now without the agreement of Putin's Russia, after Barack Obama approved further sanctions against Russia? 

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     Le't go back to our Paolo Dall'Oglio SJ "kidnapped" by ISIS. How it will possibly end this reality film? With a Jesuit as pope, with millions of potential Catholic martyrs all around the world from Indonesia to Nigeria, from Iraq to Mexico (but martyrs of the bloody intrigues of their the same church of course), all they need in order to enter in the full Third Age of Counter Reformation is of an ideal spiritual symbol of martyrdom, given to the next millions of 'martyrs' for the cause of the papacy, as incitement to their sacrifice.

      Maybe for Dall'Oglio SJ the spectacular career is not yet at the end:


Above image - The caliph of ISIS and "ganishka".

вторник, 5 август 2014 г.
The Return of the King - The good guy against the bad guy

Saturday, August 16, 2014
Quentin Tarantino for the Korean pope


[*] In the evenience you have not grasped the meaning of that "Production Stills, Making Of and Candids"...:

 "........A film still (sometimes called a publicity still or a production still) is a photograph taken on or off the set of a movie or television program during production. These photographs are also taken in formal studio settings and venues of opportunity such as film stars' homes, film debut events, and commercial settings. The photos were taken by studio photographers for promotional purposes. Such stills consisted of posed portraits, used for public display or free fan handouts, which are sometimes autographed. They can also consist of posed or candid images taken on the set during production, and may include stars, crew members or directors at work

The main purpose of such publicity stills is to help studios advertise and promote their new films and stars. Studios therefore send those photos along with press kits and free passes to as many movie-related publications as possible so as to gain free publicity. Such photos were then used by newspapers and magazines, for example, to write stories about the stars or the films themselves. Hence, the studio gains free publicity for its films, while the publication gains free stories for its readers......."



  1. Bingo again
    Two rabbits with one bullet - The late and insufficient help of USA to the Kurds and Yazidis (drawing attention of the "western media" to the massacres there) and the exposed civilians around baghdad and the other fronts, like lebanon, where Hezbollah is the "saviour" of christians, All these inexcusable moves that will enrage the Shias even more. A big barrel of hogwash for the conspiracy theorists.

  2. Five less One is Four :

    Church \ Church in Middle East
    Fr Paolo Dall’Oglio: “bridge builder” in Syria
    (Vatican Radio) Exactly one year ago, on July 29 2013, Jesuit priest Father Paolo Dall’Oglio was abducted in the rebel-held eastern city of Raqqa in Syria.

    Witnesses said Father Paolo was kidnapped while he was walking in the city, which had fallen under the control of members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

    The 59 year-old Italian priest became a Jesuit in 1975 and worked extensively in dialogue and reconciliation.
    Fr Dall'Oglio served for 30 years at Deir Mar Musa, a 6th-century monastery 80 kilometers north of Damascus.

    ".......Mar Musa or Deir Mar Musa al-Habashi (Syriac: ܕܝܪܐ ܪܡܪܝ ܡܘܫܐ ܟܘܫܝܐ deiro d-mor mūše kūšoyo; Arabic: دير مار موسى الحبشي‎ / ALA-LC: dayr mār Mūsá al-Ḥabashī, literally "the monastery of saint Moses the Abyssinian") is a monastic community of Syriac Catholic rite,
    According to local tradition St. Moses the Abyssinian was the son of a king of Ethiopia. He refused to accept the crown, honors, and marriage, and instead he looked towards the kingdom of God. He traveled to Egypt and then to the Holy Land. Afterward, he lived as a monk in Qara, Syria, and then as a hermit not far from there in the valley of what is today the monastery. There he was martyred by Byzantine soldiers. The story says that his family took his body, but that the THUMB of his right hand was separated by a miracle, and was left as a relic, now conserved in the Syrian church of Nabk..........."

    събота, 14 юни 2014 г.

    "........An American tourist has caused outrage in Florence, Italy, after accidentally snapping a finger off a priceless 600-year-old statue of the Virgin Mary at a museum..........".