By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on October 10, 2018, offers made-in-Canada evidence of captured ISIS terrorist Abu Turaab Al-Kanadi’s suspected role in the previously unreported execution by hanging of at least one victim in Syria. Granular audio analysis of video outtakes from a two-hour interview in a secret Kurdish-operated Syrian prison subjected the Global News soundtrack to sampling, local granular time-reversal and resequencing to expose an unconscious sleep talking-like confessional narrative. In a matter of unprecedented public safety and national security concern this NewsInsideOut.com investigative report sheds new light on claims of a captured terrorist attempting to return to Canada who says he’s just a “Family Guy”.
Research that exposed human speech as a “multidimensional stimulus” with “numerous ways you can extract a message from it” was reported in the scientific journal Nature in 1999. In that report human observers were described as competent in resolving words while listening to highly-distorted speech recording samples. The procedure followed by scientists at Cal State involved digitally sampling recordings of human speech where samples were then reduced to grains of @50ms in duration.
Those grains were then locally time-reversed and globally resequenced in an attempt to emulate conditions found in voice-over-digital-network transmission (now commonly referred to as VoIP telephony). This methodology parallels techniques commonly used in biosciences where the nucleotides (grains) of a DNA molecule (sample) are resequenced in attempts to express novel characteristics of existing organisms (or to synthesize entirely new organisms from existing genetic materials).
For every set of discrete items the number of possible permutations of its order or sequence can be determined by using what is known as the factorial function (n!) where for example 3! = 3 x 2 x 1 = 6. In terms of granular speech synthesis the number of 50ms grains can be substantial, leading to what mathematicians call large numbers. For example, calculating the number of possible permutations of a set of 21 50ms grains by factorial function can be said to result in approximately 51 sextillion different sequences (5.1090942e+19).
However, for every set of discrete items (no matter how many), it can also be said that one possible permutation will always reflect the mirror or reverse order of the original sequence. In such a way (1, 2, 3) is newly rendered as (3, 2, 1). This understanding offers a shortcut of which common knowledge within the scientific and engineering communities is indicated by the inclusion of reverse macro functions in widely-used digital audio workstation (DAW) software applications and hardware. Investigators following the sampling, granular time-reversing and resequencing procedure modeled by scientists studying human speech intelligibility at Cal State can bypass untold iterations and simply monitor audio playback in reverse or mirror order with one click of a cursor.
From this reporter’s perspective the most important reason for bypassing myriad alternative sequence iterations is founded upon empirical evidence of practical intelligence discovered encrypted backwards in human speech. In the public domain this intelligence has offered preemptive understanding of facts concerning the Iraq War, the identity of one serial killer, the identity of a Russian spy and the resurrection of a CIA assassination program all named in broadcast media and online publications sometimes years before they were substantiated by mainstream news reports. Some of these reports are detailed in links provided below.
However, within modern society there remain numerous deeply ingrained superstitious implications of such encrypted multidimensional speech phenomena. These perceptions can be said founded upon dogmatic unscientific belief in fictitious untestable unproven entities and their supposed influences upon human behavior. Proponents of such scandalous misconceptions would stir the public to reject any suggestion of a time wheel’s (Sanskrit “Kalachakra”) bi-directional rotation, for instance. It is this type of Luddite perspective that would discourage the use of an automobile transmission’s reverse gear, compelling motorists to circumnavigate the globe instead of simply backing into a parking spot.
Therefore, only those capable of rejecting medieval injunctions against widdershins procession can embrace the type of volatile materials revealed through such a path of auditory inquiry. To quote one prominent Seattle psychologist this extremely psychoactive procedure and its findings are “not for beginners”.
It is said that Abu Turaab Al-Kanadi engaged in multiple acts of social media propaganda in aid of ISIS objectives, including publishing descriptions of acts of desecration of corpses and child abuse in an effort to incite the public to commit war crimes. Let’s now take a look at results from this most recent NewsInsideOut.com investigative counterintelligence counterterrorism assessment focused upon captured ISIS terrorist Abu Turaab Al-Kanadi’s (aka Muhammed Ali) Syrian jailhouse interview. The following remarks highlight these findings in bold followed by transcripts of the statements from which they were derived (Global News ‘I Just Want to Go Back’ published October 10, 2018). Expert commentary is embedded between each of the results.
I kill /2 You murder. /3 Bullshit /4 The lie: And I said I’ve learned my lesson. In four years I’ve learned a lot of things. I mean, if I was going back home to do something like that I wouldn’t have contacted the government for help. I would have tried to snuck [sic] in. Like I said I just want to go back home with my family and kids and just forget about this whole thing man if it’s possible. Four years, I mean it’s pretty much taken everything out of me.
Comment: Messaging here seems to cultivate the notion of a person implicated in the death of one or more others where contradictory remarks seem to subvert pleadings of relative innocence and harmlessness.
My love. Death: Not going home to do anything stupid (or anything like that). I was never in trouble growing up. Never got in trouble and I’m not looking to get in trouble once I go back. Just want to go back and live my life. That’s it. I mean, passports are not really very easy to fake. They might have used some passport from foreigners for things like that but I’m not sure about that. I really don’t know anyone who worked in that department or anything.
Comment: Here a deeply heartfelt seemingly Thanatological necrophilic attachment to morbidity appears antagonistic to any suggestion of life-give qualities emblematic of fatherhood and civic duty.
Murder. Hanging that fella. /2 I’ll break you: Well if you say it’s a big mistake then you’re going to spend the rest of your life banging your head on the wall. I mean I don’t know man. I’m just, the only thing I care about now is my wife and my kids. At least I got something out of it now. I don’t really care about anything else. To be honest I don’t care about this country or these people here. I mean there’ve been a lot of these foreigners came here to help these guys.
Comment: In this instance a deeper narrative is introduced in which the speaker appears to describe a criminal act involving the death by hanging of at least one party. The statement following arouses suggestions of an interrogator who seeks psychological dissolution of the ego of a hostage. In a previous report NewsInsideOut.com commented on a case of horrific cult child sexual abuse tried in New Mexico where a victim statement included the expression “She broke me”.
This series of messages strays far from the premise of a captured terrorist whose primary missions involved reconnaissance as part of an unvetted sniper team (as described in the Global News report). Here the listener can resolve a number of ways in which Abu Turaab Al-Kanadi participated in interrogations (including potential torture) and execution of victims drawn from among the Syrian population arousing suspicion of conspiracy to commit and participation in war crimes.
Killer. So false: Like I said, man. Think about it you’re gonna bang your head against the wall for the rest of your life.
Comment: In this instance the subject further amplifies both his self-identification with a role as murder/executioner while unconsciously subverting claims of relative innocence and harmlessness. Multiple references to “bang your head against the wall” that occur throughout the video interview raise comparisons to the widely-published so-called enhanced interrogation technique used by American interrogator assets known as “walling”. In this way the subject further amplifies suggestions of his role as a torturer comparable to one who was trained using the same manual as that employed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, a manual whose origins can be traced to illegal MKULTRA experiments conducted at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
In summary there appear no displays of empathy or remorse in the published statements offered during the Global News interview of Abu Turaab Al-Kanadi (aka Muhammed Ali). What does come across appear as narcissistic expressions of ego-driven desires. The subject openly declares his absence of care for the country within which he conspired as a member of ISIS to overthrow a democratically-elected government and subvert its population to a reign of terroristic tortures.
In light of these open remarks any notion that this person is capable of caring for the welfare of any country and its population must be considered with only the greatest possible skepticism.
As a media observer’s footnote there exist intriguing correlations between the terrorist’s familial pleadings broadcast by Global News and at least one episode of the long-running cartoon comedy “Family Guy”, which premiered on Canada’s Global Television Network in 1999 (running until the 2015-16 season). During one 2013 episode titled “Turban Cowboy” lead character Peter Griffin (for whom the series is named) was portrayed joining a domestic terrorist sleeper cell where he comedically used weapons of mass destruction against his hometown population with dramatic results.
One source claims “The episode contains a cutaway gag showing Peter committing mass murder at the Boston Marathon by plowing his car through the runners. After the Boston Marathon bombings, which occurred about a month after the episode’s air date, Fox promptly removed the “Turban Cowboy” episode from Fox.com, Amazon, and Hulu.”
In 2013 Global Television offered viewers the apparent preview of a national tragedy while in 2018 the same broadcaster’s news subsidiary presented pleadings of a terrorist who only wants the world to know he’s really a “Family Guy”. Reklama: Anglų kalbos kursai virtualiose klasėse visoje Lietuvoje ir dienos vaikų stovyklos Vilniuje, Kaune bei Klaipėdoje What a Canadian coinCIAdence indeed.