by Sherwood Ross
Global Research, June 2, 2009
Two years before the 9/11 attacks on America, George W. Bush told a Houston journalist if elected president, “I’m going to invade Iraq.”
Bush made the comments about starting an aggressive war to veteran Houston Chronicle reporter Mickey Herskowitz, then working with Bush on his book “A Charge To Keep,” later brought out by publisher William Morrow.
This disclosure was uncovered by Russ Baker, an award-winning investigative reporter when he interviewed Herskowitz for his own book, “Family of Secrets” (Bloomsbury Press) about the Bush dynasty. However, Baker says, when he approached The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times with the potentially devastating story to President Bush prior to the 2004 presidential election, they declined to publish it.
Credit goes to simuvac for finding this.
> EXCLUSIVE: Debunking Myths on Conspiracy Theories [Infowarrior Resource Part 1]
"The purpose of this article is to redress a number of general myths concerning so-called 'conspiracy theories', repeated by media organisations and other self-proclaimed guardians of the orthodoxy, as well as people who have been erroneously convinced that conspiracy theories are intellectual aberrations rather the acknowledgment of a common historical and social phenomenon."
Debunking Myths on Conspiracy Theories
Article written by Gatecreepers.
The purpose of this article is to redress a number of general myths concerning so-called 'conspiracy theories', repeated by media organisations and other self-proclaimed guardians of the orthodoxy, as well as people who have been erroneously convinced that conspiracy theories are intellectual aberrations rather than the acknowledgment of a common historical and social phenomenon.
Navy Vet Honored, Foiled Israeli Attack
By Ray McGovern
June 1, 2009
What’s the difference between murder and massacre?
The answer is Terry Halbardier, whose bravery and ingenuity as a 23-year-old Navy seaman spelled the difference between the murder of 34 of the USS Liberty crew and the intended massacre of all 294.
The date was June 8, 1967; and for the families of the 34 murdered and for the Liberty’s survivors and their families, it is a “date which will live in infamy” — like the date of an earlier surprise attack on the U.S. Navy.
Jonathan Kay of the National Post showed up at another 9/11 talk, in Walkerton, Ontario, May 24th, 2009, and got an earful from the speakers: Graeme MacQueen, Anthony Hall, and Michael Truscello.
5.6.2009 - Richard Gage, AIA - answers Jonathan Kay
(Please also see Anthony Hall's report: 9/11 Truthers Do the Clinton-Bush Event in Toronto )
John Feal just posted the following on Facebook:
"Rumor has it HR 847 is getting reintroduced into the senate this month. Now getting it through both the House & Senate will be a task, but the lives it will save and the pain it will ease on heroes is a no brainer. Lets go elected officials and pass HR 847"
I recently obtained a letter from my Rep. stating that he plans to support H.R. 847.
Please write to your Reps, and tell them that you want them to vote for H.R. 847.
You can find your Rep here.
I can't tell you how important this is. John mentioned yesterday that two 9/11 heroes died this week. One from cancer, and one from suicide.
Please do what you can.
How Important is Cheney's Admission that There was NEVER Any Evidence Linking Iraq and 9/11? June 2, 2009
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009
How Important is Cheney's Admission that There was NEVER Any Evidence Linking Iraq and 9/11?
Cheney said in an interview on Fox News:
“On the question of whether or not Iraq was involved in 9-11, there was never any evidence to prove that,” he told the Fox host. “There was “some reporting early on … but that was never borne out… [President] George [Bush] … did say and did testify that there was an ongoing relationship between al-Qaeda and Iraq, but no proof that Iraq was involved in 9-11.”
How important is Cheney's admission?
Well, 5 hours after the 9/11 attacks, Donald Rumsfeld said "my interest is to hit Saddam".
Former CIA station chief challenges claims that torture thwarted terror attacks By Larisa Alexandrovna June 2, 2009
By Larisa Alexandrovna - June 2, 2009
Two current CIA officers agree
Milton Bearden, a former Central Intelligence Agency Pakistan station chief who served at the agency for three decades, says claims that the Bush administration’s so-called enhanced interrogation techniques saved American lives are likely false.
“Chief Engineer” Hyman Brown
by Patrick Marks
Colorado 9-11 Visibility
While introducing an interview that appeared on NBC-TV on September 11, 2001, Tom Brokaw referred to Hyman Brown as the “architect” of the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers.[i]
Hyman Brown was not the architect of the Twin Towers.