July 2008

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It's Not The Crime That Gets You, It's The Cover-Up

In case you couldn't tell, I picked this song for two reasons. It's really long. Both books are "thick as a brick," and about as useful as one. Ha Ha. Thank you to Michael Wolsey and Justin Martell for helping me to make this video. You may have to pause on occasion. With regards to the cover-up of 9/11, there is so much information. I had to reluctantly remove a lot of clips. Almost enough to make another movie. Thanks to www.historycommons.org. Please spread this video far and wide, and vote it up at youtube. Thank you.

Pakistanis Aided Attack in Kabul, U.S. Officials Say NYT 8/1/08 What do you make of this?

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/01/world/asia/01pstan.html?_r=1&hp&oref=slogin
Pakistanis Aided Attack in Kabul, U.S. Officials Say

By MARK MAZZETTI and ERIC SCHMITT
Published: August 1, 2008

WASHINGTON — American intelligence agencies have concluded that members of Pakistan’s powerful spy service helped plan the deadly July 7 bombing of India’s embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to United States government officials.

The conclusion was based on intercepted communications between Pakistani intelligence officers and militants who carried out the attack, the officials said, providing the clearest evidence to date that Pakistani intelligence officers are actively undermining American efforts to combat militants in the region.

The American officials also said there was new information showing that members of the Pakistani intelligence service were increasingly providing militants with details about the American campaign against them, in some cases allowing militants to avoid American missile strikes in Pakistan’s tribal areas.

New PentaCon documentary released today: North Side Flyover

Released today:
http://www.thepentacon.com/northsideflyover.htm

Whether you are for it or against it, it is worth further study. Discussion does not simply imply endorsement. But, if you are attacked for even discussing it, then I have to harken back to this small great article by GeorgeWashington: Fearmongering As a Form of Warfare, with this specific point in mind, "and we already know that the Pentagon employs bloggers to spread its propaganda (indeed, even private companies appear to do it)
[ http://www.advantageconsultants.org/ & http://www.winningcampaigns.org/aboutus.html ].

When anyone tells me not to look behind the curtain, that there's "nothing to see here folks," especially at a crime scene, then that is the first place to do so, for me at least. When they get aggravated that you or I persist in doing so, they are showing their true colors.

http://www.thepentacon.com/northsideflyover.htm

NYPD calls on citizens for amateur video evidence

I don't think that they thought this through very far. I have a funny feeling that they are going to be swamped with video of corrupt public servants doing their thing. Do any of you have video evidence of criminal activity in the New York City area that the NYPD should be interested in investigating? I don't see any reason why professional video evidence can't be offered, too.

The URL for video uploads hasn't been made public yet. Please update this thread as soon as you see NYPD's URL published!

NYPD calls on citizens for amateur video evidence
By Deborah Jian Lee
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080731/us_nm/newyork_crime_video_dc

New Yorkers can soon take a bite out of city crime by uploading video or photo evidence directly to the New York Police Department, in a move welcomed on Thursday by civil rights groups.

"We're putting that technology in place to enable us to do that," said Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, adding that the service will be available soon.

"It's a fact of life," Kelly said. "Everybody has a camera in their telephones. When people can record an event taking place that helps us during an investigation, it's helpful."

KSL Utah Mentions "Prisonplanet.com"

Student charged after 9/11 stickers left on Salt Lake-bound plane

July 31st, 2008 @ 2:47pm
BOSTON (AP) -- A former Worcester man faces charges after he allegedly placed a sticker claiming Sept. 11 was an "inside job" in an airplane bathroom, then ran off the plane at Logan International Airport.

Twenty-six-year-old Jason Robo was arraigned Thursday on charges of disorderly conduct and interfering with aircraft operation.

A flight attendant on the Delta flight to Salt Lake City on Wednesday found homemade stickers that read "9/11 was an Inside Job! PrisonPlanet.com" on a bathroom sink and on the tray table for Robo's seat. The plane was evacuated, and takeoff was delayed for three hours.

Robo was released on his own recognizance and ordered to return to court Aug. 19. He told police the stickers were a joke.

Robo is a student at Humboldt State University in California.

Article Link: http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=3903089

To Provoke War, Cheney Considered Proposal To Dress Up Navy Seals As Iranians And Shoot At Them

http://thinkprogress.org/2008/07/31/cheney-proposal-for-iran-war/

http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/sealtricks

EXCLUSIVE At THINKPROGRESS: To Provoke War, Cheney Considered Proposal To Dress Up Navy Seals As Iranians And Shoot At Them

Speaking at the Campus Progress journalism conference earlier this month, Seymour Hersh — a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist for The New Yorker — revealed that Bush administration officials held a meeting recently in the Vice President’s office to discuss ways to provoke a war with Iran.

In Hersh’s most recent article, he reports that this meeting occurred in the wake of the overblown incident in the Strait of Hormuz, when a U.S. carrier almost shot at a few small Iranian speedboats. The “meeting took place in the Vice-President’s office. ‘The subject was how to create a casus belli between Tehran and Washington,’” according to one of Hersh’s sources.

Demand Local Law Enforcement Uphold Their Oath to Defend the Constitution . . . and Prosecute Bush and Cheney for Murder

http://georgewashington2.blogspot.com/2008/07/hello-officer-id-like-to-report-murder.html

I spoke with one of the leading constitutional scholars in the United States (he teaches at one of top law schools, and has literally "written the book" on constitutional law).

I asked him if there was any way the American people can force Congress to perform their constitutional duties to impeach Bush and Cheney.

He said no.

I persisted, by arguing that the founding fathers could never have envisioned Congress being so complicit with a rogue White House that they refuse to impeach, and instead cover up their crimes. I said there's got to be a way to force them to follow their duties, or to impeach or remove the congress people who are obstructing the rule of law.

He responded no. His last words to me were: "That's the way the constitutional cookie crumbles".

I was very disappointed, to say the least.

Is All Lost?

BBC Fined for Misleading Viewers in Competitions

Gee, I wonder if there are other misleading programs on the BBC?

The Spy Who Loves Us

http://www.amconmag.com/2008/2008_06_02/cover.html

The Spy Who Loves Us
Pay no mind to the Mossad agent on the line.
by Philip Giraldi
June 2, 2008 Issue
Copyright © 2008 The American Conservative

Excerpt:

The Military-Industrial Complex: It's Much Later Than You Think

Original:
http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/174959/chalmers_johnson_warning_mercenaries_at_work

Ed. intro from 911Truth.org has additional info:
http://911truth.org/article.php?story=20080729160621284

The Military-Industrial Complex: It's Much Later Than You Think
[Note from TomDispatch editor: Part 2 of Pepe Escobar's RealNews.com TomDispatch interview is now posted. In it, Nick Turse discusses his new book The Complex: How the Military Invades Our Everyday Lives about which Chalmers Johnson has said: &"Americans who still think they can free themselves from the clutches of the military-industrial complex need to read this book ... Nick Turse has produced a brilliant expose of the Pentagon's pervasive influence in our lives." To read Part 1 of the interview, with Tom Engelhardt, click here.]