Guns & Butter 1pm PST Today - Bush Moves Toward Martial Law

Guns & Butter
Wednesday, July 11th, 2007, 1:00pm

"Bush Moves Toward Martial Law"
Interview with writer and researcher, Frank Morales. We discuss the John Warner
Defense Authorization Act of 2007, signed by the President on October 17, 2006,
which allows the President to declare a "public emergency" and station troops
anywhere in America, without state or local consent, in order to "suppress
public disorder". Also discussed are the actions of FEMA in reponse to
Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, and the deliberate dispersal of much of the

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. . . until 34:30 into the interview where he says 9/11 was about "negligence." This kind of ignorance from otherwise educated and informed people pisses me off far more than dimwits who say the same thing.

And I do not get the sense that this guy is disinfo . . .

tongue in cheek?

Good show Yarrow. Decimus, I heard that too and I was wondering if it was delivered with a little irony or tongue in cheek....considering the good work that Morales does, I would forgive him there. Bonnie also could have shoved in a quick quip to that too. Anyway, the point of the show was worth it.

Excellent Interview!

Highly recommended.

I think that there had to have been some level of both incompetence and negligence involved. Certainly, there were/are people in places within government that simply accept the OCT without question (incompetence, useful idiots) and there are some who probably realized early on that all is not right with the OCT but, they keep their mouths shut (negligence, complicity) out of fear.

Morales laid it out quite well just why Bush praised FEMA Director Mike Brown when he said ""Heck of a job Brownie."

In the wake of Katrina, FEMA performed just as the well oiled eVil machine it was designed to operate.

"But truthfully, I don't really know. We've had trouble getting a handle on Building No. 7."
~~ Dr. Shyam Sunder - Acting Director Building and Fire Research Laboratory (NIST)

Wait a minute....

....I heard him say words to the effect that "there is a lot more to 9/11 than 19 guys with boxcutters....", or something similar......he didn't dwell on it, but the implication was clear....

Yes . . .

. . . he did say later in the interview that he thought that the 19 boxcutter guys was less than the whole story. But this was said almost in passing.
His first mention of 9/11 as "negligence" was *very quickly* underlined by Bonnie, which surprised me; I'm usually impressed by her interviews. That's a mighty big fly in otherwise good informational ointment.