Quotes from famous historical figures can give us perspective, inspire us, educate us, and rouse us to action. So take a look at the following quotes, and see if they apply to our situation today . . ."

Here are the quotes.

"No one knows everything.

"No one knows everything. Only together may we find the truth."

A smart man said that once.

Wow GW... nice collection.

Wow GW... nice collection.

"The best thing that you can

"The best thing that you can do with anything that is crooked is to lift it up where people can see that it is crooked, and then it will either straighten itself out or disappear. Nothing checks all the bad practices of politics like public exposure."
Woodrow Wison

Ooops, Woodrow Wilson.

Ooops, Woodrow Wilson.

"We will export death and

"We will export death and violence to the four corners of the earth in defense of our great nation."
- George W. Bush

Did Dubya really say that? No one could have said it better.

Jon, thanks. Isaputon - good

Jon, thanks.

Isaputon - good WW quote!

Greg, yeah, Bob Woodward quoted Bush as saying that: http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Front_Page/FK03Aa03.html

Jon, are you that wise man?

Jon, are you that wise man?



you forgot one of my

you forgot one of my favorites!

"I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." --Thomas Jefferson

Who coined the phrase, "The

Who coined the phrase, "The first casualty of War is Truth" ?

In war, truth is the first casualty. Aeschylus Greek tragic dramatist (525 BC - 456 BC).

Samuel Johnson seems to have had the first word: 'Among the calamities of war may be jointly numbered the diminution of the love of truth, by the falsehoods which interest dictates and credulity encourages.' (from The Idler, 1758)

* The original quote is "The first casualty when war comes is truth". Hiram W Johnson, staunchly isolationist senator for California, to the US Senate in 1917 (the year of his election to the Senate, where he remained until his death in 1945).

* ..."The first casualty when war comes is truth," was coined by Hiram Johnson a Republican politician from California who served in the United States Senate for nearly 30 years, beginning in the midst of World War I and concluding with his death in 1945--as it happens, on the same day the U.S. dropped its first atomic bomb on Hiroshima...

The war is on, and as the old adage goes: “The first casualty, when war comes, is the truth.” Is it that 9/11 was the first great untruth to begin this war on terror?

* In 1918 US Senator Hiram Warren Johnson is purported to have said: The first casualty when war comes is truth. In 1928 Arthur Ponsonby's wrote: 'When war is declared, truth is the first casualty'. (Falsehood in Wartime) Samuel Johnson seems to have had the first word: 'Among the calamities of war may be jointly numbered the diminution of the love of truth, by the falsehoods which interest dictates and credulity encourages.' (from The Idler, 1758)

The oldest cliché is that truth is the first casualty of war. I disagree. Journalism is the first casualty. Not only that: it has become a weapon of war
New Statesman - The real first casualty of war

Governments lie so you’ll support war.” “Truth is the first casualty of war.”

"Those who make peaceful

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable."
- John F. Kennedy
for anyone monitoring 911blogger.com, i am not advocating a violent revolution,just highlighting a favorite qoute. leave me alone.

Jon, you are indeed

Jon, you are indeed wise.

DHS - good one, although I'm not going to include it because I don't want to alienate atheists (its hard work working with religious, spiritual and atheist folks at the same time -- but well worth the effort, since we need a 9/11 big tent in terms of belief systems.

James Madisons qoutes should

James Madisons qoutes should be in every 9/11 film from here on out. a lot of those qoutes should be.

"Isaputon - good WW

"Isaputon - good WW quote!"

Woodrow Wilson's book "The New Freedom" is online and full of good quotes and very applicable to today's struggles.

MT - thank you for that

MT - thank you for that excellent piece on war and truth!

GW, can you source that

GW, can you source that Kissinger qoute for me? i dont doubt he said it, that man is lower than almost anyone throughout history.

GW: Well I am far from

Well I am far from religious, but it was the eternal hostility part that matters. :-)

MT - my pleasure:) Chris - I

MT - my pleasure:)

Chris - I can't verify the Kissinger comment, it is one of the 1% (see disclaimer at end).

DHS - Got ya.

"All war is based on

"All war is based on deception." -- Sun Tzu, The Art of War

"Even though you are competent, appear to be incompetent. Though effective, appear to be ineffective." -- Sun Tzu

One cannot wake a man who pretends to sleep. -- Native American proverb

LUKE: "It looks like the Sand People did this, all right. Look, there's gaffi sticks, bantha tracks. It's just...I never heard of them hitting anything this big before."
BEN: "They didn't, but we are meant to think they did. And these blast points, too accurate for Sand People. Only Imperial storm troopers are so precise."
-- Star Wars, Episode IV

“Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” –- Voltaire

GW... you posted a

GW... you posted a fraudulent quote? For shame...

Be careful, or you'll end up like Doug "It's Just A God Damned Piece Of Paper" Thompson.

Jon, I'm not sure if its

Jon, I'm not sure if its fraudulent. Alex Jones' main co-writer claims its real: http://www.propagandamatrix.com/counterfeit_foe.html

But your point is taken.

Jon, I've deleted it pending

Jon, I've deleted it pending further verification.

Real quote or not, it rings

Real quote or not, it rings true with bush that the constitution is only a goddamn piece of paper.

It's simply stunning how

It's simply stunning how Hitler's quotations seem to be from the play book of this administration.

I'd almost suspect that they were false, if I didn't know better.


Eisenhower had even better

Eisenhower had even better ones, foreseeing the global "War On Terror"

"If you want total security, go to prison. There you're fed, clothed,
given medical care and so on. The only thing lacking... is freedom. "
Dwight D. Eisenhower

"In most communities it is illegal to cry "fire" in a crowded assembly.
Should it not be considered serious international misconduct to
manufacture a general war scare in an effort to achieve local political
aims? "
Dwight D. Eisenhower

"Only Americans can hurt America. "
Dwight D. Eisenhower

GW... I didn't "care"... I

GW... I didn't "care"... I was just pulling your leg.

Statements like "for shame"

Statements like "for shame" from me, indicate smart assiness.

Who killed John

Who killed John O'neill...


it was totally new to me, but in the end of the film they say it was from 2004.

It's worth a view. I'm quite impressed.

GW, please see the comments

GW, please see the comments page to your blog. The JFK quote delivered at Columbia University 10 days before his assassination appears to be a hoax, as he never delivered a speech at Columbia. (He may have said it in some other context, but it's not documented.)

Off topic, but I'm writing a

Off topic, but I'm writing a paper on Kissinger's involvement with the 9/11 Commission. Can anyone send me some info?

NL, thanks -- I've deleted

NL, thanks -- I've deleted the Kissinger quote.

Greg -- thanks, I've added two of the Eisenhower quotes

"Off topic, but I'm writing

"Off topic, but I'm writing a paper on Kissinger's involvement with the 9/11 Commission. Can anyone send me some info?"

:) His involvement was, "We're making you the head", "What? You want my business dealings?", "Screw that, I'm outta here"

Kissinger Resigns As Head Of

The New York Times suggested

The New York Times suggested the White House chose him "to contain an investigation it has long opposed."


Dr. Bowman was just on my

Dr. Bowman was just on my site. COOL.

BTW... don't anyone think

BTW... don't anyone think I'm special or anything. Dr. Bowman and Dr. Griffin didn't just come to my site cause they heard how cool it is... I asked them to say a word about the importance of donations for the 9/11 Truth Movement in that thread I created yesterday.

Here's one, off-topic, but

Here's one, off-topic, but dedicated to all those who seek truth, clarity, groundedness, peace, serenity and harmony:

"Who will prefer the jangle of jade pendants if he once has heard stone growing in a cliff?" -- Lao Tzu

isnt Griffin working on

isnt Griffin working on another book? i remember hearing something about it being a 9/11 book from a religious perspective. can anyone confirm this?

His involvement was, "We're

His involvement was, "We're making you the head", "What? You want my business dealings?", "Screw that, I'm outta here"
Jon Gold | Homepage | 06.01.06 - 4:32 pm | #
hahaha, that pretty much sums it up.

Kissinger is evil

Kissinger is evil personified.i cannot WAIT until he finally dies.just check his record if you think that sounds morbid.i smiled when Reagan finally made it to hell too.

Jon, I've deleted it pending

Jon, I've deleted it pending further verification.
GeorgeWashington | Homepage | 06.01.06 - 3:10 pm | #
i like to think tis true based on his actions. you might as well leave it up, you got a disclaimer right? by the way,the Kissinger qoute i was trying to get verified was the NWO qoute, not the one about the soldiers. if that helps at all.great stuff though, this is going on my fav list for sure.

Chris: this one? "My

Chris: this one?

"My country's history, Mr. President, tells us that it is possible to fashion unity while cherishing diversity,
that common action is possible despite the variety of races, interests, and beliefs we see here in this
chamber. Progress and peace and justice are attainable. So we say to all peoples and governments: Let us
fashion together a new world order." -- Henry Kissinger, in address before the General Assembly of the
United Nations, October 1975)

or: "How to Achieve The New


"How to Achieve The New World Order" -- title of book excerpt by Henry Kissinger, in Time magazine
(March 1994)

i dont think thats it, it

i dont think thats it, it was along those lines i think but it seems to be gone from GW's site now.

"Our nation is uniquely

"Our nation is uniquely endowed to play a creative and decisive role in the new order which is taking form around us."
Henry Kissinger Seattle Post Intelligence 1975

anyone ever see "THE

anyone ever see "THE SHOCKER"?

2 in the pink, 1 in the stink, boys.


My favourite quote: I causes

My favourite quote:

I causes bad luck to be supersticious.

but seriously, GW, the Goebbels-Goering-Hitler quotes are the best fitting to your current Government...

In considering the First Principles of Government, Hume found
'nothing more surprising' than: '...to see the easiness with
which the many are governed by the few; and to observe the
implicit submission with which men resign their own sentiments
and passions to those of their rulers. When we enquire by what
means this wonder is brought about, we shall find, that as
Force is always on the side of the governed, the governors
have nothing to support them but opinion. `Tis therefore, on
opinion only that government is founded; and this maxim
extends to the most despotic and most military governments, as
well as to the most free and most popular.'
Hume was an astute observer, and his paradox of government is
much to the point. His insight explains why elites are so
dedicated to indoctrination and thought control, a major and
largely neglected theme of modern history.

Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy


My personal feeling is that citizens of the democratic
societies should undertake a course of intellectual
self-defense to protect themselves from manipulation and
control, and to lay the basis for more meaningful democracy.


For those who stubbornly seek freedom, there can be no more
urgent task than to come to understand the mechanisms and
practices of indoctrination

Noam Chomsky, Preface, "Necessary Illusions" 1989


It is only in folk tales, children's stories,
and the journals of intellectual opinion
that power is used wisely and well to destroy evil.
The real world teaches very different lessons,
and it takes wilful and dedicated ignorance
to fail to perceive them.

Noam Chomsky


The mass media are not a solid monolith on all issues. Where
the powerful are in disagreement, there will be a certain
diversity of tactical judgments on how to attain generally
shared aims, reflected in media debate. But views that
challenge fundamental premises or suggest that the observed
modes of exercise of state power are based on systemic
factors will be excluded from the mass media even when elite
controversy over tactics rages fiercely.

Noam Chomsky



Great quotes GW! and a nice

Great quotes GW!
and a nice send off for Chicago!

Thanks, RP.

Thanks, RP.

Yeah, Chomsky writes all

Yeah, Chomsky writes all that eloquence for himself & the other itelligentsia, yet he doesn't realize that 9/11 was an inside job. Chomsky is a left gatekeeper and an asshole.

> Chomsky is a left

> Chomsky is a left gatekeeper

he takes his time.

> and an asshole.

He *has* an arsehole. So do you.

That is the nature of being well educated,
it is to accept the framework of power and not to question it.
Well educated people understand that that is the position
that you MUST assume.

Noam Chomsky

So Chomsky is "going along"

So Chomsky is "going along" to "get along"? I don't buy it.

Chomsky knows all about

Chomsky knows all about 9/11, he has a career to protect. he gets paid good money to speak at colleges and stuff and write for various outlets. hes not going to mess around with his career by speaking honestly about 9/11. at least not yet.(he should be ashamed of himself) same goes for Greg Palast. another great journalist that is held back by his lack of understanding of the lies of 9/11.