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The Business Of America Is War
By Stephen Lendman
June 29, 2011 "Information Clearing House" --- Noted trends analyst Gerald Celente said it, and it's true. In fact, America's business is war, more war, multiple wars, permanent wars, pillaging one nation after another for wealth, power, and dominance, while homeland needs go begging.
America never was and isn't now the "land of the free and home of the brave." In fact, it's become a "Let 'em eat cake" society.
Whether or not Marie Antoinette actually said it, France's 1789-99 revolution was very real, delivering guillotine justice, not promised "Liberte, Egalite, and Fraternite," a status now destroying what's left of American freedom, heading for the trash bin of history if not already there.
Earlier articles discussed Washington's wars against Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya and Yemen, as well as numerous proxy ones in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and at home against Muslims, Latino immigrants, and working households.
Disconnecting the Dots: How 9/11 Was Allowed to Happen
By Kevin Fenton
As reported here in 2010, 911Blogger and History Commons contributor Kevin Fenton has recently released his long anticipated book: Disconnecting the Dots: How 9/11 Was Allowed to Happen which is now available on amazon.com
Here is a short video by the German freelance journalist and author Paul Schreyer, based on his new book Inside 9/11, which "contains a short summary of the publicly available--but still widely unnoticed--evidence for a supposed attempt to obstruct the air defense on September 11th, 2001." The video focuses in particular on the actions of Colonel Robert Marr, the battle commander at NEADS on September 11, 2001.
Hopefully an English translation of Schreyer's book will be published at some point.
More information about Paul Schreyer and his new book is here:
A new TV ad voiced by Ed Asner has just been created with designs on running in New York and other major markets in time for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. The 30-second spot combines Asner's narration with footage of the 3 towers' destruction and forces the viewer to decide what they are witnessing, as it promotes AE911Truth.
My idea for this ad was brought to life by Nathan Flach, (aka. Xenomorph911) who provided the editing and production skills to make it happen. It was a team effort. More information coming soon.
John W. Wright, of Marin County, CA is scheduled to be on the Big Mad Morning Show on KTBT radio in Tulsa, OK
911blogger was contacted by the Big Mad Morning Show at KTBT in Tulsa, OK about providing someone for an interview.
I opened a dialogue with the contact and they seem interested in having me on the show (they are very curious about false flag events, they stated that they had not heard the term before).
I confirmed my interview earlier today.
Corbin and Biggie are the hosts of the show.
Any and all advice for the show would be welcome.
The show should be archived,
INVESTIGATE - 9/11 PETITION DRIVE
On June 28, 2011 Garth Oxton's signature became Edmonton's 501st signature collected since the first 3 signature from the start that included Dr Niels Harrit, Professor Anthony J. Hall and Captain Bruce Sinclair back in February 22nd. Almost all signatures were collected by one lone activist working the streets of Edmonton streets using the highly successful civil information activism as his tool of choice. Doug alone managed to break the record of 500 in 5 months compared to the 2008 Vancouver truth bus cross Canada petition drive also which Edmonton911Truth participated too. The reason for this success Doug explains is more and more people are better informed to the unanswered questions surrounding the events of 9/11 including world trade center 7, that was not hit by a plane, but collapsed at free-fall speed like the first two towers.
In the ongoing quest to define reality about the events of 9/11/01, the MSM is pretending to ask the public what they "learned" about 9/11, or as in the case with NPR, using the official story mouthpieces to simply tell the public their version. In response, so far, one person on a list I'm on wrote this:
"Yesterday NPR did a program on 9/11. The program’s title was “What We’ve Learned Since 9/11.” Being the dope I am, I called in and to the screener, I said that what I’ve learned is that 1,000 foot buildings can’t come down in 10 seconds. His response was, “We’re not even going to go there.” I hung up. What’s new?"
I wonder how many times that screener had to say that.
Drawing Lessons From 9/11, Ten Years Later
Talk of the Nation, June 28, 2011
Michael Chertoff, former secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Jane Harman, former chair, U.S. House Intelligence Committee
Amb. John Negroponte, former Director of National Intelligence
Thomas Friedman, columnist, New York Times
JANE HARMAN: What have I learned? Here are a few things. I was in Congress on 9/11, headed toward the dome of the Capitol where the intelligence rooms were then housed. They've since moved underground to a bunker that's called the National Visitors Center. But at the time we had no evacuation plan.
The Unanswered Question in Afghanistan Is, Why? Wednesday 29 June 2011 by: Jim Hightower, Truthout | Op-Ed
The Unanswered Question in Afghanistan Is, Why?
Wednesday 29 June 2011
by: Jim Hightower, Truthout | Op-Ed
Hamid Karzai, president of Afghanistan, captured during the opening remarks at the Annual Meeting 2008 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 23, 2008. (Photo: Annette Boutellier / World Economic Forum)
America's long, long war in Afghanistan has drained more than 1,500 precious lives and a trillion dollars from our country. But, finally, this enormous outlay paid off this year with the capture and killing of that al-Qaida demon, Osama bin Laden, who attacked America and was the reason our military went into Afghanistan.
Oh, wait -- Osama wasn't in Afghanistan, was he? He was comfortably ensconced in an urban compound in Pakistan, whose leaders are supposedly our allies in the bloody Afghan War. And it wasn't the war effort that got bin Laden, it was old-time spy work, culminating in a raid involving a small team of Navy Seals, a dog and two helicopters.
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The American public struggles with political rhetoric and US corporate media to discern fact from spin.
“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do.” unsourced and attributed to Andrew Carnegie
What US “leadership” has done are the following:
from Congressional reports we now know that all “reasons” for war with Afghanistan and Iraq were known to be lies as they were told.
allows a million children a month to die of preventable poverty, even though historically ending poverty reduces population growth rate and the investment is less than 1% of the developed nations' gross national incomes (GNI).
engages in Orwellian unlawful wars, including using depleted uranium weapons to damn the victims with continuous misery and death.
tortures, orders extrajudicial assassinations (including against American citizens) and acts for indefinite detentions.