Open Thread: 911's A Lie - The FreeBees

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Just couldn't resist. :Cool

Is their anybody out there...? Anyone heard from James? sad


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I'm "out there"

and I haven't seen James out here smiling
thanks for the Freebees video - quite amusing!
'bout to leave town for the day - see you all soon hello or goodbye


I have been in touch with James.

He is having some difficulties and has been offline most of the time lately.

But he's been threatening to come back when conditions permit! Wink

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Thanks Winter

Thanks Winter - That's good to know.

Hi McJ

Yes, I have a few things taking up my time and energy at the moment. But I'll be back! Thanks for asking. smiling

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Thanks James

Thanks James. I was worrying about ya! smiling

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Welcome back James!

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November 22 1963: The Day America Died

Remarkable speech and so pertinent for today's world!
JFK's death was such a tragic loss for America and the world.
[Comment: Marking the 50th anniversary of his election to the U.S. presidency and the 47th anniversary of his death, the following Focus piece on JFK is taken from author Laura Knight-Jadczyk's feature article in the latest issue of the Dot Connector Magazine.]

I've already written - more than once - that most of what we know as history is a pack of lies and the dedicated historian has to read as fast as they can, remember as much as they can, and have a really good ability to analyze the data in order to come even within hailing distance of the truth, i.e. 'what really happened.' In the case of current events, the active and careful historian has a little bit of an edge if they can catch initial reports before they are buried or spun. That is what someone did and then put together a video entitled 'Evidence of Revision.' I highly recommend this rather painful trek into the past via on-the-spot news reports as well as audio and video tapes that were later retrieved and added to the collection. I can assure you, seeing what was reported in real time, observing the spin machine going into action, is an experience you'll never forget.

As far as the varying books about the assassination go, "Farewell America" is one of the saddest books ever written. It was by a pseudonymous author, James Hepburn, who was widely believed to have been a member of the French equivalent of the CIA. Hepburn based his book on hard intelligence gathered from French, Russian and even American sources. It was originally published in French in 1968 and was unavailable in the United States for many years. With the coming of the internet, it became available and I truly wish that every American would read it.

With remarkable skill and insight, the book outlines the overall situation in America at the time, and describes the players and most probable conspirators involved in the horrific and brutal public execution of probably the best president America ever had. There are many reasons to think that George H.W. Bush was involved in the plot, and today, having placed his idiot son on the throne, the world is so far from that world we could be living in had Kennedy lived, that it is like we all died back then, and now we have awakened in Hell.

They weren't satisfied to just kill Jack Kennedy; they went for his brother Robert as well. And when JFK's son, John-John, grew up and began to display the same characteristics of his father: decency, intellect, and a sense of obligation to help others, he had to die also. The situation actually has all the makings of an immortal myth: the good and noble Prince snatched from his cradle and replaced with the psychopathic offspring of an ogre.

I don't know if it is only me noticing these things, but it seems all the good heroes are dead; and we notice that they all had three things in common: an ability to move the masses by their simple presence, a feeling of unity with all people regardless of nationality, ethnicity, or social status; and the most important of all, the thing that meant they had to die: they were totally opposed to War. Is it too 'conspiracy minded' to point this out? To wonder how the human race has had such inexplicable bad luck to have lost all it's decent, anti-War heroes?

Well, anyway, we are left now to our own devices; or rather, at the mercy of the ravening, bloodthirsty wolves that took away from all of us the best hope we ever had: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, tearing him to bloody pieces right before our eyes.

And what did America do?

Nothing. And on the day that the American people allowed their president to die on the street, a victim of the filthiest examples of deviant humanity ever to take human form, and not rise up en masse to demand that the killers be brought to justice, that is the day America died.

That speech really was/is

That speech really was/is amazing. Does sort of leave you wondering even more.
Love the Free Bees, great song.

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This is very odd

This is just a very odd thing for Sarkozy to say. Is it a case of the pot calling the kettle black?
Sarkozy loses his cool with 'paedophile' outburst at press
"President Nicolas Sarkozy was yesterday accused of calling French journalists "paedophiles" in a furious off-the-record exchange at the Nato summit in Lisbon last week."
"I have nothing against you but it seems that you are a paedophile. I am personally convinced of that fact. I have spoken to the security services but I won't tell you which ones. I have seen someone but it was just a verbal exchange. But now I am personally convinced that you are a paedophile."
"After a stunned silence, the briefing moved on to other subjects. Before he left, President Sarkozy is reported to have said to the journalists: "So long paedophiles, see you tomorrow."

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that is bizarre

Thanks McJ, and thanks for the video. I've listened a couple times now, I would love to memorize the part "For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence, on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific, and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised."
and to see Johnson and Nixon sitting there, you can imagine what's going through their heads, listening to this indictment of Kennedy's own administration...

Although some of the things put onto the video make me wonder (Tupac and William Cooper? food for thought i guess. what about Jimi and Janis Joplin and Richie Valens then?)

In any event, on this American day of thanks, as sparse as we are these days, I'm thankful for my friends here smiling

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One change.

The only change you would need to make to that quote after 50 years is "infiltration and invasion" for "infiltration instead of invasion" because in today's world we just go right ahead and invade. sad.

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Well I think Kennedy

Well I think he is referring specifically to the takeover of the United States by this so-called monolithic conspiracy rather than the takeover of other places by US forces who actually are now in the employ of this monolithic conspiracy.
But I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiment. These days things are pretty blatant and getting more so.

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I guess I should have paid

I guess I should have paid more attention, eh? wink

As for things getting more blatant, I think that is kind, the masters are no longer bothering to cover up what they are doing/saying. Witness Sarcozy's comments for an example. Or the TSA porno scanner and airport groping affair. They are not even trying to spin this one. It is simply comply or be punished. No one is going to be allowed to kick up a fuss or complain or any way piss off the TSA personnel that is screening or groping you. They will be putting you on a list and labeling you a domestic extremist. You are not even allowed to write about it any longer.

"Department of Homeland Security is not only prepared to enforce the enhanced security procedures at airports, but is involved in gathering intelligence about those who don't
DHS & TSA: Making a list, checking it twice
By Doug Hagmann Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Following the publication of my article titled “Gate Rape of America,” I was contacted by a source within the DHS who is troubled by the terminology and content of an internal memo reportedly issued yesterday at the hand of DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. Indeed, both the terminology and content contained in the document are troubling. The dissemination of the document itself is restricted by virtue of its classification, which prohibits any manner of public release. While the document cannot be posted or published, the more salient points are revealed here.

The memo, which actually takes the form of an administrative directive, appears to be the product of undated but recent high level meetings between Napolitano, John Pistole, head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA),and one or more of Obama’s national security advisors. This document officially addresses those who are opposed to, or engaged in the disruption of the implementation of the enhanced airport screening procedures as “domestic extremists.”

The introductory paragraph of the multi-page document states that it is issued “in response to the growing public backlash against enhanced TSA security screening procedures and the agents conducting the screening process.” Implicit within the same section is that the recently enhanced security screening procedures implemented at U.S. airports, and the measures to be taken in response to the negative public backlash as detailed [in this directive], have the full support of the President. In other words, Obama not only endorses the enhanced security screening, but the measures outlined in this directive to be taken in response to public objections.

The terminology contained within the reported memo is indeed troubling. It labels any person who “interferes” with TSA airport security screening procedure protocol and operations by actively objecting to the established screening process, “including but not limited to the anticipated national opt-out day” as a “domestic extremist.” The label is then broadened to include “any person, group or alternative media source” that actively objects to, causes others to object to, supports and/or elicits support for anyone who engages in such travel disruptions at U.S. airports in response to the enhanced security procedures.

For individuals who engaged in such activity at screening points, it instructs TSA operations to obtain the identities of those individuals and other applicable information and submit the same electronically to the Homeland Environment Threat Analysis Division, the Extremism and Radicalization branch of the Office of Intelligence & Analysis (IA) division of the Department of Homeland Security.

For “any person, group or domestic alternative media source” that actively objects to, causes others to object to, supports and/or elicits support for anyone who engages in such travel “disruptions” at U.S. airports (as defined above) in response to the enhanced security procedures, the [applicable DHS administrative branch] is instructed to identify and collect information about the persons or entities, and submit such information in the manner outlined [within this directive].

It would appear that the Department of Homeland Security is not only prepared to enforce the enhanced security procedures at airports, but is involved in gathering intelligence about those who don’t. They’re making a list and most certainly will be checking it twice. Meanwhile, legitimate threats to our air travel security (and they DO exist) seem to be taking a back seat to the larger threat of the multitude of non-criminal American citizens who object to having their Constitutional rights violated.

As I have written before, it has nothing to do with security and everything to do with control."

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TSA security

word is that they backed down, that the public backlash forced them to reduce the security measures over the holiday weekend. I wonder
1) was the reduction temporary
2) will they not go all the way back
3) is it a hollow victory so they can later point to this and say "see democracy still works"
4) do the people pushing this not really care, since now that the scanners have been purchased, they got their money whether or not they're put into use
5) is this issue enough of an affront that people will actually start to wake up in "critical mass" numbers?

but yeah this is about as blatant as it gets! And then you get empty headed brainwashed Americans on TV saying things like "I'd rather have this than be blown up!" or "I don't mind submitting to whatever it takes to be safe"!
Where do we draw the line, does dignity have any value in this society? Next we'll have everyone being naked everywhere all the time, for our own security!!

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1. Yes. I read somewhere

1. Yes. I read somewhere that they weren't even using the scanners in some cases. Which of course makes no sense from a TSA standpoint because you would think if they really believed these things were going to keep us more secure they would have as many operating as possible on the busiest travel day of the year.
2. Yes and more. I saw pictures of security searches at a Greyhound Bus Depot. I can't remember where.
3. Yes - sounds like them.
4. Hmmm
5. One could hope so but I despair it will ever happen. It is like the populations of North America are in a trance. Look at what is NOT happening here in comparison to the mobilization of the citizens in Europe. Why have the Europeans figured out how screwed they are and by who? What's different here??? I did read that the volume of travelers was way down, so that may be a hopeful sign.
Maybe when they start body cavity searching their children people will start to become alarmed.


" get empty headed brainwashed Americans on TV saying things like "I'd rather have this than be blown up!" or "I don't mind submitting to whatever it takes to be safe"!

And notice you get several interviews with the keep us safe morons for every interview with someone who objects.

"Next we'll have everyone being naked everywhere all the time, for our own security!"

Well, that could be fun. smiling

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TSA scans

That cartoon is great - it sums it up perfectly: This is what the US has become.

This seems good: Lawyer Files Injunction Against Janet Napolitano and TSA (found the link on rawstory)

Currently, there are over 330 million citizens of the United States, none of whom have ever engaged in any terrorist activity onboard a commercial airliner, at any time or place on the planet Earth. Despite that fact, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY and TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION have turned their effort to “keep us safe,” not on terrorists (who from time-to-time threaten the security of the nation), but on its people—who throughout history have shown and established a collective spirit to care for itself and specifically not terrorize others in or outside of the country.

hi, thanks for the video!

hi, thanks for the video!

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New Blog Feature

Hi -
I added a feed aggregator and set it up to get RSS feeds from the sites in our blogroll.
I removed a couple for having dates in the future (keeps those posts perpetually on top).
If anyone wants to suggest others, I'll be glad to check them out.
One kind of cool feature is that little "b" next to the post, that creates a new blog post ready to be added to or edited etc. before you save it.
Hope you may enjoy smiling

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Very cool, oh Web Master! cool

Foreclosure Derivatives Link ?

Ha! Great video McJ rockin out Luv the Bee's new version.
On the banking mortgage foreclosure fraud crisis. Could part of the reason banks seem determined to foreclose instead of reworking mortgages be that certain elite anonymous counterparties are claiming massive derivative payouts from remaining hedge funds. I always saw this as a rolling collapse with derivative payouts being milked along the way as everything falls over bit by bit. It may take some time as who would want to end the derivatives gravy chain by completely bankrupting everything too quickly. If there is not enough money to pay out then whats the point of letting go of those 600 trillion dollars worth of derivtives just waiting to be collected. Ofcourse I don't see how they can ever collect all of it but maybe this crisis might go on for some years allowing the elite to claim as much of it as the system can manage over time. Wealth trasferrance will likely continue.

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A cow for milking

Kinda like keeping a cow in the back yard for milking? They are going for every drop they can get.

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Wiki Smiki

I see Wikileaks dumped again. Can you smell it?

Qui Bono?
According to Yaakov Katz of the Jerusalem Post, Israel.

Here is the link to the JP article which you can copy and paste. (I didn't want to link to them.) [].

"From an Israeli perspective, therefore, it would not be an exaggeration to say that WikiLeaks may have done the country a service on Sunday. By presenting the Arab leaders as more extreme in their remarks than Israeli leaders, the cables show the dissonance in the region and the danger involved in allowing Iran to continue with its nuclear program.

While there were some comments made by Mossad director Meir Dagan regarding leaders in the Middle East – the emir of Qatar is “annoying,” and the king of Morocco is not interested in governing – that are slightly embarrassing, Israeli politicians were spared the more embarrassing analyses of their personalities that French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi received.

The information revealed in the cables is vast and informative, providing an unprecedented insight into the way some of Israel’s top intelligence officials and politicians view the region and its challenges.

Dagan, for example, comes out looking much more than just the head of a spy agency, and according to the cables, is sought after by almost every senior US official visiting Israel. In one cable he met with a Homeland Security official, in another with the undersecretary of state. In another he met with officials from the Treasury Department and in another, Mossad officials met with US military officers.

In general and contrary to earlier predictions, the cables did not appear to contain information that could significantly harm Israeli national security."

What a stroke of luck for the Israelis!! Wikileaks dumps on everyone else and Israel comes out smelling like a rose.

A couple of good articles on Wikileaks and it's connection to Israel.

Wikileaks is not what it seems"


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From Kenny's

Some insights from Kenny with of lots of good links.

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Wikilinks Wiki - stinks

Thanks McJ - I've been suspicious of wikilinks at least since their co-founder came out and slammed them for being a big money enterprise. How can they stay unbiased in that world? And when they show up on the front page of yahoo news (like they did yesterday), I know that someone wants them publicized and not suppressed!

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Joe Quinn nails it

I think Joe Quinn is right on the money with this post from SOTT.
There is also another cryptic comment left by"Sherlock" of Abel Danger.
Wiki-Leaks Serves Israeli Agenda Of Demonizing Iran
"I obviously missed the momentous occasion when the mainstream media turned anti-war. But who can now deny that it is so when we see Wiki-leaks and the mainstream media joining forces to expose the ugly truth of the US invasions of Iraq, Afghanistan, and more recently, what the US state department thinks of world leaders? I mean, that is what is happening, right?


What is happening is that Wiki-leaks is being promoted by the media in order to sell the same old lies, except that now the lies are coming sugar-coated, with a 'whistle-blower' gloss to better enable digestion. The lies themselves don't frustrate me so much anymore, and I can understand why the general public are fooled, but I have to admit to being disappointed at how effortlessly the Wiki-leaks poison is being swallowed by so many supposedly alternative news sites. Sites like Counterpunch, Global Research, Citizens for a Legitimate Government and Information Clearing House, to name but a few, are all disseminating the Wiki-leaks story without so much as a hint of critical thought it seems.

From day one, the Wiki-leaks Afghan - and then Iraq - war logs revealed little if anything that was not already publicly available:

That the US uses assassination squads in Iraq and Afghanistan? Old news. Seven years ago the Guardian informed us that not only were US 'hit squads' operating in Iraq, but that they were being trained by the Israelis! And in any case, is the idea that 'hit squads' are being used to track down the evil 'Taliban' in Afghanistan more appalling than the fact, splashed across American broadsheets earlier this year, that Obama signed a bill authorizing the assassination of American citizens by the CIA??

That the US pays the Iraqi and Afghan media for positive coverage is not only old news, it's only half the story! Have we already forgotten the Lincoln Group and the precocious Christian Bailey? In 2005 the Lincoln group won (was awarded) a $100 Million contract to essentially control the entire Iraqi media via its own 'Iraqi' publications and the monopolization of the Iraqi advertising industry on an ongoing basis. All of these details have been carried in the mainstream press, yet they have done nothing to stop the bogus endless 'war on terrorism'. Why then are we being encouraged to expect that the Wikileaks documents, which convey the same information, will fare any better? Is it because these details will soon be consigned to the memory hole (again) while other, more strategically important, details will be repeated ad nauseum?

Julian Assange and Wiki-leaks support the bogus 'Iraq body count' estimation of Iraqi deaths

That the US has killed thousands of innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan? Old news. In fact, on this one, the Wiki-leaks documents offered support for the much lower estimation of deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan by the discredited 'Iraq Body Count' rather than the much more realistic estimation of almost 1.5 million (in Iraq) by Just Foreign Policy

But quibbling over the number of dead Muslims is not important these days anyway, after all, they're only Muslims, not real people, and the over-all exposure by the mainstream media of US misdeeds in Iraq and Afghanistan is, in itself, no bad thing. If Wiki-leaks left it at that, I would be more than happy to applaud the mysterious Mr Assange and the equally mysterious provenance of his documents. But the Wiki-leaks documents tell much more than arbitrary killing in wars of conquest, they also provide support for the continuation and expansion of those wars, most notably to Iran and Pakistan.

For example, the Afghan 'war logs' offered 'evidence' that Pakistan is helping the Taliban - that's Pakistan, and not, as has been reported, the CIA:

Persistent accounts of western forces in Afghanistan using their helicopters to ferry Taleban fighters, strongly denied by the military, is feeding mistrust of the forces that are supposed to be bringing order to the country.

One such tale came from a soldier from the 209th Shahin Corps of the Afghan National Army, fighting against the growing insurgency in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan. Over several months, he had taken part in several pitched battles against the armed opposition.

"Just when the police and army managed to surround the Taleban in a village of Qala-e-Zaal district, we saw helicopters land with support teams," he said. "They managed to rescue their friends from our encirclement, and even to inflict defeat on the Afghan National Army."

The UK Guardian's summation of the Afghan war logs was this:

- How a secret "black" unit of special forces hunts down Taliban leaders for "kill or capture" without trial.

- How the US covered up evidence that the Taliban have acquired deadly surface-to-air missiles.

- How NATO commanders fear neighbouring Pakistan and Iran are fueling the insurgency.

- How the Taliban have caused growing carnage with a massive escalation of their roadside bombing campaign, which has killed more than 2,000 civilians to date.

Are these the type of revelations that are going to cause serious problems for the US governments? Are they going to outrage the public? Having been conditioned for years to believe that the 'Taliban' are evil monsters, are people going to be angry or quietly proud that a 'secret special forces unit' is hunting the Taliban down 'without trial'?

Does the 'revelation' that the Taliban acquired surface-to-air missiles damage or bolster the US government claim that they are fighting a war against a formidable foe in Afghanistan? Of what significance is it that the coalition covered up this alleged 'fact'?

And the data that the Taliban 'massively escalated their roadside bombing campaign, killing more than 2,000 civilians'; is this damaging to the US government, or 'evidence' that the US is fighting the good fight in Afghanistan?

The other English paper that ran with the Afghan 'war logs' was the NY Times. Their headline summation told us:

Pakistan Spy Service Aids Insurgents, Reports Assert

The fate of Combat Outpost Keating illustrates many of the frustrations of the allied effort: low troop levels, unreliable Afghan partners and a growing insurgency.

The military and intelligence reports provide a real-time history of the Afghan war from the vantage point of American troops actually doing the fighting and reconstruction.

So, thanks to Wiki-leaks, the unlikely darling of the mainstream media, the world is being informed that the 'enemy' in Afghanistan is growing stronger, Pakistan and Iran are to blame, and brave US troops are engaged in 'reconstruction' there!

But Pakistan and the Taliban are not the main target of disinformation in these documents. As more documents are released, it becomes clear that, sitting square in the bulls-eye, is Iran. The initial round of leaks provided this sensational 'revelation', reported here by the UK Telegraph:

Wiki-leaks: how Iran devised new suicide vest for al-Qaeda to use in Iraq

Iranian-backed forces supplied insurgents attacking coalition troops and devised new forms of suicide vests for al-Qaeda, according to assessments released by Wiki-leaks.

Only in their wildest dreams could the war-mongers in Washington and Tel Aviv have wished for a more on-message leak of 'secret information'.

And so to the latest raft of documents, partially released just a few days ago. When I read their contents, to say that I was shocked would be to grossly over-state my reaction. I could have written them myself:

Wiki-leaks: Iran 'obtains North Korea missiles which can strike Europe'

This one, I have to admit, is entirely believable because, after all, everyone knows Saddam had the same capability several years ago, remember? In fact, this 'revelation' about Iran's capability to threaten Europe is even more believable than the 'sexed-up' Iraq dossier claim, because this revelation comes from Wiki-leaks, an honest-to-god whistle blower organization, right? I mean, there's just no way that agents working on behalf of the US and Israeli governments could possibly use such an organization to spread propaganda, right?

Is there no one in the alternative news community that can see this for what it is? North Korea supplying missiles to Iran to attack Europe?! Right when the US and Israel are involved in a protracted effort to demonize Iran to the world and the US has an aircraft carrier sitting off the Korean Coast!? Is all of this meant to be so obvious, or did my reading of 'psychological operations for dummies' gift me with amazing insight into how political propaganda really works?

Does anyone truly believe that the fact that someone in the US State Department thinks that Sarkozy is an 'Emperor with no clothes' will do any real damage? Is this meant to be a secret? It is certainly no secret to over 60% of the French public who, years ago, openly stated as much. Likewise the 'revelation' about Berlusconi; 'feckless, vain and ineffective as a modern European leader'? What about 'senile, megalomaniac, psychopath, pedophile' this is what the Italians and most Europeans are saying, does the US State Department not read the papers before compiling 'secret dossiers' on foreign leaders?

Wiki-leaks reveals inane, open secrets about Presidents and Prime Ministers

And what of the the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il? He's a 'flabby old chap' according to these 'damaging reports'. Is this meant to cause some kind of diplomatic rift between North Korea and Washington before or after the USA and its client state of South Korea bombs Kim and a few million North Koreans back to the stone age? And Iranian President Ahmadinejad - 'Hitler'?? Does anyone expect the Obama government to want to retract that one or hide it from the public? More to the point, are we all suffering from collective amnesia? Who has repeatedly referred to Iran and it's democratically-elected leader as Nazi Germany and a new Hitler? Anyone? Ok, here's a hint.

Ok, so I mentioned Israel a couple of times. Why? Here's one reason, from the horse's mouth:

In Israel the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said that he felt vindicated by [Wiki-leaks] revelations about the extent of international and Arab concern about Iran and its nuclear programme. "Israel has not been damaged at all by the WikiLeaks publications," Netayahu said.

"The documents show many sources backing Israel's assessments, particularly of Iran. Our region has been hostage to a narrative that is the result of 60 years of propaganda, which paints Israel as the greatest threat. In reality leaders understand that that view is bankrupt. For the first time in history there is agreement that Iran is the threat," he said.

There is also the fact that it is public knowledge that Israel operates an extensive and very well-entrenched network of spies in the US, including the infamous Israeli art students.

In 2005 the FBI noted, for example, that Israel maintains "an active program to gather proprietary information within the United States." A key Israeli method, said the FBI report, is computer intrusion.

And what are we to make of the strange coincidence where, on the very same day that Wiki-leaks releases documents that contain key data about the Iranian nuclear program, the Israeli Mossad murders one Iranian nuclear scientist and injures another in Tehran?

In determining the origin of the Wiki-leaks documents, we need ask ourselves but one question: in whose interest is it to put pressure on the US government through the release of documents to the press (via Wiki-leaks) that force the US to do a certain amount of damage control, while simultaneously portraying Iran as the biggest threat to world peace? Because that, in the final analysis, is the overall effect of the Wiki-leaks documents. Wiki-leaks performs so poorly in the 'smell test' that I feel confident in suggesting that the documents may not even be original documents; and if they are, they have very likely been amended in such a way that they serve the Israeli/Zionist agenda.

Wikileaks are for-hire mercenaries

Another take on wikileaks, by Cryptome founder:

Wikileaks are for-hire mercenaries

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good article

thanks for the link, cryptic

Yep Admin it seems pretty

Yep Admin it seems pretty clear now they are a tool of the elite's. I can smell them from here which is a long way away.


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Hamilton-Bryne and Assange.

Thanks for the great research on Julian Assange and Wikileaks. This was an especially informative post on Assange and his connection to the mind control cult of Anne Hamilton-Bryne. I followed all the links there and read the excerpts from Sarah Moore's (Hamilton-Byrne's) book. It's possible Julian could have been a victim of this cult and may well be still under their control (if not an active member). It is really chilling stuff to read with the familiar theme/actors - pedophilia, mind control, intelligence agencies, Catholic Church, drugs, Jewish connection etc.

"Pro­gram High­lights Include: The group’s exces­sive secre­tive­ness; the group’s lack of can­dor about their sources of financ­ing in par­tic­u­lar; phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pany Sandoz’s alleged dis­pens­ing of free LSD to Fam­ily; par­tial dis­cus­sion of Wik­iLeaks’ con­nec­tions to the milieu of Pirate Bay and Swedish fas­cist financier Carl Lund­strom; the Hamilton-Byrne cult’s “car­ing” for Lord Casey, the Aus­tralian cab­i­net mem­ber charged with over­sight of the Aus­tralian intel­li­gence agency; the Hamilton-Byrne cult’s close asso­ci­a­tion with Catholic psy­chol­o­gist Ronald Con­way; Conway’s alleged molesta­tion of peo­ple asso­ci­ated with the cult; Conway’s role as an expert com­men­ta­tor on the Church’s molesta­tion scandals."

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Teaming up to keep you safe

Random groping at Greyhound Bus Depots - Alphabet agencies teaming up to keep you safe - TSA, ICE, TBP and TBO - VIPER (Visual Inter-modal Prevention And Response).

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some good news

human powered cars

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A twofer

They outta put them in fitness clubs. It would be a twofer - fitness plus free electricity! smiling

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Wikileaks Endgame?

I am kinda suspicious of Operation Payback and the DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks. Who are these guys that are shutting down Visa and Mastercard sites etc. A bunch of anonymous 19 year old hackers?

Could this be the Wikileaks endgame?

sadly it all makes sense

Another good article, thank you, things are getting clearer every day even though the sheer success of this whole entreprise drives me nuts and makes me question my sanity.

As I work on the web I've been online when the Ddos attacks where announced live on twitter. For instance, Visa was supposed to be attacked at 10 pm. It went down instantly.

Net censorship has gained ground in France, and it seems even Americans are admirative of the HADOPI system developed for Sarkozy's buddies in the recording industry. But it could not be enforced without a 9/11 for the net. The main towers were paypal, mastercard, visa, postfinance. The downtimes didn't exceed 24 hours and credit card transactions were NOT significantly interrupted despite the site downtimes.

In an ocean of lies, news and information have become useless. We're almost to the point where words themselves have been perverted beyond repair, like in 1984. Newspeak has reached maddening heights: through a so-called defender of the freedom of the press, free speech will be irremediably killed in the end. People will want to be protected. No better way to manipulate someone than to make him believe he reached his own conclusion.

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Monor inconvenience

It doesn't appear to me that the Anonymous attacks were much more than a minor inconvenience to the big corps that were targeted. It did manage to generate a lot column inches about how the anarchist hoards are unleashing 'cyber warfare'.

I am going to post Joe Bagent's latest words of wisdom. It'll make you feel better. smiling


A question that has played with my sanity for some time now is "at what precise moment will the shit hit the fan? When will they finally declare the game is up and formally introduce the New World Odor.

We are seeing Austerity policies being pushed on one country after another. It looks like a bunch of slow waves. If there is a colapse planned why the austerity measures why not just one masssive crash.

I'm hoping that they are not ready for that yet by a long way. The elites have planned all this for 100 years ++ so the details are important to them. As people are pushed out of their homes I think maybe the elites are looking for another bail out of the banks. Is this their final grab?

Who knows what these nutters are up to really. I'm just indulging my self with the dream of a few more years of partial freedom from the almost inevitable living or dying hell we are on the way to.

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Prolonging the pain

"We are seeing Austerity policies being pushed on one country after another. It looks like a bunch of slow waves. If there is a colapse planned why the austerity measures why not just one masssive crash."

Are they prolonging the pain because they need more time or does it give these 'Cult of the Dead' creatures some kind of perverse satiation watching our slow painful death. A bit of both I suspect. James figures they have to institute the one world currency in order to pull the plug -so to speak- and that means having control of Iran and it's oil. If I can find his posts on this - I'll add the links.

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One World Currency

Here we go - from James - One World Currency (With Addendum)

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Weird link problem - NJT???

Hmmm There is something weird going on with the link I just gave above. If it doesn't give you the post just put One World Currency into the search box (at left) and it with find the article.

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I fixed it

the equals sign was missing between the "href" and the link smiling

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Thanks doh!

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