In his recent article "Charlottesville riot could have been prevented, but that wasn’t the plan," Greg Felton writes:
"Like the World Trade Center/Pentagon attack, the Boston Marathon bombing and the two bombings in Paris (Charlie Hebdo and the Batalcan), what took place recently in Charlottesville, Virginia, had less to do with a conspicuous act of violence than with how that act of violence could be exploited to serve a political purpose."
According to Greg, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a rising star of the oligarchical Clinton Establishment wing of the Democratic Party, is a prime suspect: "If the city council is guilty of hubris, Democratic governor Terry McAuliffe is guilty of dereliction of duty, gross incompetence and contributory negligence causing death. McAuliffe deliberately held back the 1,000-man State Police and national guard force from separating the factions and as such is the person most responsible for the riot and Heyer’s death."
Greg Felton: "I was born and raised in and around Vancouver B.C., and have been a journalist since 1993. I've won several awards for investigative reporting and column writing, and now specialize in Middle East politics, Canadian politics, anti-Arab/anti-Muslim media propaganda, and language.
For seven years I wrote a political column for the bi-weekly Arabic/English Canadian Arab News, and am published in whatreallyhappened.com, mediamonitors.net, the Middle East Times and Tehran Times and other publications. I am also a freelance editor and the author of The Host and the Parasite—How Israel's Fifth Column Consumed America, an analysis how agents of Israel came to control U.S. Middle East policy, and Exploding Middle East Myths—15 Years of Fighting Zionist Propaganda.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Russian Studies and a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of British Columbia."
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