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June 2010

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Pentagon revives Rumsfeld-era domestic spying unit By Daniel Tencer

hyperlinks at source - loose nuke

http://rawstory.com/rs/2010/0619/pentagon-revives-domestic-spying-unit/

Pentagon revives Rumsfeld-era domestic spying unit By Daniel Tencer

Saturday, June 19th, 2010 -- 7:13 pm

The Pentagon's spy unit has quietly begun to rebuild a database for tracking potential terrorist threats that was shut down after it emerged that it had been collecting information on American anti-war activists.

The Defense Intelligence Agency filed notice this week that it plans to create a new section called Foreign Intelligence and Counterintelligence Operation Records, whose purpose will be to "document intelligence, counterintelligence, counterterrorism and counternarcotic operations relating to the protection of national security."

But while the unit's name refers to "foreign intelligence," civil liberties advocates and the Pentagon's own description of the program suggest that Americans will likely be included in the new database.

"Thum, Thum, Thum, Thum, Thum"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaOgwsv7R9E

Craig Bartmer, an NYPD officer who was present at the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7, testifies that he heard a series of explosions, "Thum, thum, thum, thum, thum" preceding the fall of the building. At the same time a TV interview is being conducted down the street, far from the building. The microphone picks up the same series of sharp, percussive sounds, confirming Bartmer's description. NIST artificially ruled out all such testimony by setting up a hypothetical loudness threshold for sounds it considered to be capable of destroying columns in the building.  The video goes on to question NIST's computed loudness threshold below which they would not investigate explosions.

 

US Marine Austin Moody: US military never learns US Constitution and are incapable to defend it

source.

Austin Moody served four years as infantry in the US Marines. He gave me permission to reprint his e-mail and letter below describing the Orwellian condition of active-duty military men and women conditioned to follow orders without ever being educated about the US Constitution. All orders must be within the US Constitution; ignorant soldiers are therefore incapable of honoring their Oath of Enlistment to support and defend the US Constitution.

Delft University of Technology in Holland on fire and collapsing.

I was sent this by a guy who tries desperately to believe the official story. 

This was proof to him that the WTC collapsed due to fire.

He is a graduate of NC State University, known for science and engineering.

See the video........

 

Delft University of Technology in Holland on fire and collapsing

 

 

The Actions and Inactions of the Commander in Charge of the U.S. Air Defense Failure on 9/11

"During those entire 109 minutes ... this country
and its citizens were completely undefended."
 

- Senator Mark Dayton

Iran responds to UN Security Council resolution

 

http://www.presstv.com/detail.aspx?id=130963&sectionid=351020101


Iran responds to UNSC resolution

Press TV, 18 June 2010
 


Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) has issued a declaration in response to a recent UN Security Council resolution against the country.

The following is the full text of the declaration:

For 9/11 Skeptics, Case Is Far From Settled

Hansen: For 9/11 skeptics,
case is far from settled
By MARC HANSEN • mahansen@dmreg.com • June
17, 2010

On Tuesday night, Sean Michalek drove from Victor
to Adel for the monthly 911 Truth of Central Iowa
meeting.

9/11 Truth conference sparks review at UQAM

9/11 Truth conference sparks review at UQAM

Judge Rejects Many Claims in 9/11 Cases

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/18/nyregion/18judge.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

June 17, 2010

Judge Rejects Many Claims in 9/11 Cases

A federal judge in Manhattan who was criticized by families of victims of 9/11 for taking too long to decide motions in lawsuits they had filed has handed down a ruling dismissing claims made against many of the defendants.