Denial: The 51st State

Paul Levy has written a powerful piece called "Denial: The 51st State".

You can read it in its entirety here:

The opening paragraph:

"What the underlying military-industrial-financial crime syndicate that controls our government is doing, both domestically and internationally, is so horrifying (please see my article Homeland Insecurity that it is literally traumatizing to consciously bear witness to it, to experience it. When we become traumatized, we become stuck, literally “frozen in time,” as our ability to creatively respond and mobilize ourselves in the present moment into effective action in the world becomes in-operative. When we become overwhelmed by trauma, we are not able to creatively express our internal experience in a way that dis-charges what has been triggered in us. We feel impotent. We are unable to give voice to our experience, as our power to be ourselves has become foreign to us. We become mute. When we become traumatized, we lose touch with our inner voice, which is our guiding spirit, our true genius."

Another paragraph:

"A specific example of denial in our current day and age are people’s reactions to 9/11. The most superficial inquiry into the facts reveals that there is no doubt whatsoever that the government’s official story about 9/11, a crazy conspiracy theory if there ever was one, is not only not true, but is covering up what really happened. Who knows what really happened on 9/11, but when the evidence is studied, it is beyond any reasonable doubt that the same criminal enterprise that has infiltrated the highest levels of our government also had its hands in creating 9/11. The underlying military-industrial-financial crime syndicate was the only organization that had the motive and the ability to pull-off, cover-up and capitalize on the “opportunity” of 9/11. To go down this rabbit hole and see what the criminal forces that have taken over and control our government are capable of is to unravel and shatter many of our naïve illusions, which is why many of us deny and simply refuse to look at the evidence."


It is also interesting to note the news from the UK about the possibility of the events surrounding "the Entebbe incident" being a "false flag" operation.

For further reading, see the following:

From Friday, June 01, 2007 (Entebbe: Israeli rescue from Israeli terrorist attack)

Israel hijack role 'was queried'
By Dan Parkinson
BBC News May 28-29, 2007 -- "Neo-con cabal born in treason in the late 1970s. Lying, massive fraud, illegal weapons smuggling, forged documents . . . all sound like a description of the lead-up to the war in Iraq. However, this same situation existed in the late 1970s...."

Yesterday's comments by Jeff Wells at :

"What can "state-sponsored" mean, when much of the United State's security apparatus has been contracted out to private cartels? And if criminal interests are sponsoring the state, rather than the reverse, then is there a phrase more accurate than our repeating that 9/11 was an example of state-sponsored terror? If so, then "Bush knew" becomes even less sensible, and helpful. Pedagogically it's served a purpose, but the purpose expires in 2008 while the crime of 9/11 will remain unpunished.

Then there's the orthodoxy of Zionist power theory, in which the Israeli tail always wags its American dog. As I've said before, that doesn't explain the motivation and influence of Dick Cheney. Nor, now, how the Vice President's war party means to "nudge Israel" into provocation with Iran to tie Bush's hands, as an "end run" around administration hesitance to strike Tehran.

Interestingly, last month Interpol issued warrants for three Israelis "sought on charges of criminal conspiracy and instruction in terrorism" for their work training Colombian drug cartels and the far right death squads. It's been long enough coming, though don't hold your breath for the arrests. Yair Klein, Melnik Ferri and Tzedaka Abraham also trained the Contras in Honduran camps, and the genocidal Guatemalan army as well. Now, does this represent a crime of Israel, or Mossad, or "the Jews," or an example of something else? Peter Dale Scott, in Drugs, Oil and War, quotes Klein on his training of the Medellin Cartel: "We are positive that what we are doing is within the interests of the Americans, and so far it was always like that." Scott adds: "This work drew the comment from a general in the Israeli Knesset that 'Israel is the 'dirty work' contractor for the US administration."

I think the "white van" of 9/11, and the Mossad agents who are known to have shadowed al qaeda cells on US soil, make best sense as evidences of work contracted out by Criminals Without Borders, rather than, as in, say, Eric Hufschmid's school of blood libel paranoia, more examples of Jewish perfidity. (And here too, perhaps, we see the parapolitical prominence of drug trafficking. It's instructive to note how the pre-9/11 flap of Israeli "art students" targeted the facilities and the personnel of the US Drug Enforcement Agency.)"


An excellent selection! Jeff Wells clearly explains what I've been thinking in a muddled way.

To supplement Nimmo's piece about U.S. fomenting Islamism to undermine secular democracies in the Middle East, I recommend Jared Israel's work:

not only the US-Government - Bilderberger Meeting today

"guests" in Istanbul from 31.may until 3 june:
George Alogoskoufis, Minister of
Economy and Finance (Greece); Ali Babacan, Minister of Economic
Affairs (Turkey); Edward Balls, Economic Secretary to the Treasury
(UK); Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.;
Former Prime Minister (Portugal); José M. Durão Barroso, President,
European Commission (Portugal/International); Franco Bernabé, Vice
Chariman, Rothschild Europe (Italy); Nicolas Beytout,
Editor-in-Chief, Le Figaro (France); Carl Bildt, Former Prime
Minister (Sweden); Hubert Burda, Publisher and CEO, Hubert Burda
Media Holding (Belgium); Philippe Camus, CEO, EADS (France); Henri de
Castries, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, AXA (France);
Juan Luis Cebrian, Grupo PRISA media group (Spain); Kenneth Clark,
Member of Parliament (UK); Timothy C. Collins, Senior Managing
Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC (USA); Bertrand Collomb,
Chairman, Lafarge (France); George A. David, Chairman, Coca-Cola
H.B.C. S.A. (USA); Kemal Dervis, Administrator, UNDP (Turkey); Anders
Eldrup, President, DONG A/S (Denmark); John Elkann, Vice Chairman,
Fiat S.p.A (Italy); Martin S. Feldstein, President and CEO, National
Bureau of Economic Research (USA); Timothy F. Geithner, President and
CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of New York (USA); Paul A. Gigot, Editor of
the Editorial Page, The Wall Street Journal (USA); Dermot Gleeson,
Chairman, AIB Group (Ireland); Donald E. Graham, Chairman and CEO,
The Washington Post Company (USA); Victor Halberstadt, Professor of
Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of
Bilderberg Meetings (the Netherlands); Jean-Pierre Hansen, CEO,
Suez-Tractebel S.A. (Belgium); Richard N. Haass, President, Council
on Foreign Relations (USA); Richard C. Holbrooke, Vice Chairman,
Perseus, LLC (USA); Jaap G. Hoop de Scheffer, Secretary General, NATO
(the Netherlands/International); Allan B. Hubbard, Assistant to the
President for Economic Policy, Director National Economic Council
(USA); Josef Joffe, Publisher-Editor, Die Zeit (Germany); James A.
Johnson, Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC (USA); Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.,
Senior Managing Director, Lazard Frères & Co. LLC (USA); Anatole
Kaletsky, Editor at Large, The Times (UK); John Kerr of Kinlochard,
Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc (the Netherlands); Henry A.
Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates (USA); Mustafa V. Koç,
Chariman, Koç Holding A.S. (Turkey); Fehmi Koru, Senior Writer, Yeni
Safek (Turkey); Bernard Kouchner, Minister of Foreign Affairs
(France); Henry R. Kravis, Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
& Co. (USA); Marie-Josée Kravis, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute,
Inc. (USA); Neelie Kroes, Commissioner, European Commission (the
Netherlands/International); Ed Kronenburg, Director of the Private
Office, NATO Headquarters (International); William J. Luti, Special
Assistant to the President for Defense Policy and Strategy, National
Security Council (USA); Jessica T. Mathews, President, Carnegie
Endowment for International Peace (USA); Frank McKenna, Ambassador to
the US, member Carlyle Group (Canada); Thierry de Montbrial,
President, French Institute for International Relations (France);
Mario Monti, President, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi (Italy);
Craig J. Mundie, Chief Technical Officer Advanced Strategies and
Policy, Microsoft Corporation (USA); Egil Myklebust, Chairman of the
Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA (Norway); Matthias Nass,
Deputy Editor, Die Zeit (Germany); Adnrzej Olechowski, Leader Civic
Platform (Poland); Jorma Ollila, Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell
plc/Nokia (Finland); George Osborne, Shadow Chancellor of the
Exchequer (UK); Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, Minister of Finance (Italy);
Richard N. Perle, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for
Public Policy Research (USA); Heather Reisman, Chair and CEO, Indigo
Books & Music Inc. (Canada); David Rockefeller (USA); Matías
Rodriguez Inciarte, Executive Vice Chairman, Grupo Santander Bank,
(Spain); Dennis B. Ross, Director, Washington Institute for Near East
Policy (USA); Otto Schily, Former Minister of Interior Affairs;
Member of Parliament; Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs
(Germany); Jürgen E. Schrempp, Former Chairman of the Board of
Management, DaimlerChrysler AG (Germany); Tøger Seidenfaden,
Executive Editor-in-Chief, Politiken (Denmark); Peter D. Sutherland,
Chairman, BP plc and Chairman, Goldman Sachs International (Ireland);
Giulio Tremonti, Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies (Italy);
Jean-Claude Trichet, Governor, European Central Bank
(France/International); John Vinocur, Senior Correspondent,
International Herald Tribune (USA); Jacob Wallenberg, Chairman,
Investor AB (Sweden); Martin H. Wolf, Associate Editor and Economics
Commentator, The Financial Times (UK); James D. Wolfensohn, Special
Envoy for the Gaza Disengagement (USA); Robert B. Zoellick, Deputy
Secretary of State (USA); Klaus Zumwinkel, Chairman of the Board of
Management, Deutsche Post AG (USA); Adrian D. Wooldridge, Foreign
Correspondent, The Economist.

the G8-Meeting in Germany in Heilgendamm has showed, that Germany is no free Democracy any longer. Demonstrations are Forbidden. Police hunts "terrorists" of free speech.
I have no english language reference, for german language read and the associated forums

regards from the front

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Albert Einstein