The Hades Factor: The Next ‘Lone Gunmen’?

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    The Hades Factor: The Next ‘Lone Gunmen’?

    Daniel | darkenssreproved.com, April 18, 2006

    Shortly before the tragic events of 9/11, the popular TV show called the Lone Gunmen aired the ‘Pilot’ episode on 03/04/2001. This particular episode involved a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center - with a jetliner. This attack was not your average terror attack carried out by a rag tag group, rather, it was a carefully engineered plot, woven by rouge elements within the U.S. Government.

    “World Trade Center. They're going to crash it into the World Trade Center.”

    In a scene which unveils the bloody plot, agent Byers talks with his father, who had access to insider information on the upcoming attack. The following is a transcript of this conversation.

    BYERS SNR: John.

    BYERS: Dad.

    BYERS SNR: What the hell are you doing? Why can't you stay out of this. Leave me buried.

    BYERS: What is scenario 12-D?

    BYERS: We know it's a war game scenario. That it has to do with airline counter-terrorism. Why is it important enough to kill for.

    BYERS SNR: Because it's no longer a game.

    BYERS: But if some terrorist group wants to act out this scenario, then why target you for assassination?

    BYERS SNR: Depends on who your terrorists are.

    BYERS: The men who conceived of it the first place. You're saying our government is planning to commit a terrorist act against a domestic airline?

    BYERS SNR: There you go again. Blaming the entire government as usual. In fact, a small faction ...

    BYERS: For what possible gain?

    BYERS SNR: The Cold War's over, John. But with no clear enemy to stockpile against, the arms market's flat. But bring down a fully loaded 727 into the middle of New York City and you'll find a dozen tin-pot dictators all over the world just clamoring to take responsibility, and begging to be smart-bombed.

    BYERS: I can't believe this. This is about increasing arms sales?

    BYERS: When?

    BYERS SNR: Tonight.

    Watch a clip from this episode by clicking here

    Utilizing the age old equation of Problem, Reaction, Solution, the “small faction” within the government planned to attack the WTC, blame it on a patsy, and in response get the desired reaction of increased arms sales.

    Reality or Fantasy?

    In the early 1960's, the U.S. military developed a plan to dupe U.S. populations into supporting a war with Cuba. In a now declassified document titled “Operation Northwoods” the plot is laid out.

    "3. A "remember the Maine" incident could be arranged in several forms:
    a. We could blow up a US ship in Guantanamo bay and blame Cuba.
    b. We could blow up a drone (unmanned) vessel anywhere in Cuban waters."

    "The US could follow up with an air/sea rescue operation covered by US fighters to "evacuate" the remaining members of the non-existent crew."

    "We could develop a communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington."

    "...Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation."

    Now, what may be the next ‘Lone Gunmen episode’ has hit TV sets nationwide - Covert One: The Hades Factor, the movie version loosely based on Robert Ludlum's book. The story is shrouded in mystery, but the plot is slowly unveiled as connections are uncovered which ultimately reveal a dark conspiracy. The CBS online preview tells us, “Former secret agent and disease specialist Colonel Jonathan Smith works for Covert One, a top-secret American intelligence agency made up of political and technical experts. Their brief: to fight corruption and conspiracy at the highest and most dangerous levels of society.”

    The story begins with an outbreak of a deadly Ebola virus called the Hades virus which when later revealed, was created in a secret U.S. bio weapons development program. A terrorist group gets a hold of the virus and releases it in several key spots within the United States. The virus spreads to thousands and kills many more, and the agents investigating who is behind the attack are systematically hindered in their investigation by a mysterious powerful group.

    In a scene where enigmatic questions are answered as to who is responsible for the outbreak, agent Addison (working for the rouge group releasing the virus) reveals to the terrorist leader that he was in fact “used” like a pawn in a much larger game of chess.

    Addison: “You failed Ghalib”

    Ghalib: “What are you talking about, the bombs have been set just as we planned”

    Addison: “No, no, no, no, its over, they found a cure for the virus.”

    Ghalib: “Impossible.”

    Addison: “Everything you did was for nothing, you didn’t really believe it was all about Jihad did you? ....The righteous triumph of your holy warriors... a cause to die for ...we used you Ghalib...”

    Ghalib: “For what?”

    Addison: “Profit baby, good old fashion American capitalism. Everything you did was for nothin...

    In what had appeared to be an act purely carried out by religious extremists, a deeper secret is uncovered when the investigating agents, Smith and Russel realize who gained from this bio attack - the pharmaceutical company who conveniently has the miracle vaccine in the nick of time.
     
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    Northwood was never carried out.

    Everything else was on television.

    In case you don't know...well sit down first.

    In case you don't know..things on most TV shows usually aren't real.

    There wasn't a tidal wave coming toward Miami.

    Monica and Chandler never got married.

    Purple dinosaurs and vegetables don't really dance and sing stupid songs.

    I'm sorry to be the one to tell you.
     

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