Tom Brokaw,, December 10 2007

Tom Brokaw promotes his book at town hall in WA. He talks about his close friend and member of the CFR Dick Chaney. Some questions are asked around the 9/11, the pentagon, missing trillions, John Ashcroft, and Norman Mineta.

Brokaw's Book Another Distraction

O'Reilly wants to discuss the media manufactured culture wars.

The media in general peddles the manufactured myth of Red State v. Blue State.

And now Brokaw wants to talk about Flower Power.

Don't waste time with these gatekeepers and molders of public opinion.

And trust nothing tied to the CFR.

Yes, democrats, republicans, liberals, conservatives... are all

infested with CFR & New World Order moles & shills, who are trying to destroy all national sovereignty & create a one-world government for the global elite! They tried to do it by force via Hitler, now they are to do it via 9/11, the United Nations, stealth, etc.!


The complete and utter lack of journalistic interest is telling - and smelling!

Great questions and presentation.

The Eleventh Day of Every Month

Transcript Would Be Helpful

Its hard to hear what the bastard is saying . . . excuse my French. I have never for even one moment of my extended life believed a word that came out of this male model tool's lip apparatus.

Brokaw High Atop The CFR Food Chain

Brokaw is potentially one of the most informed people in the world with his CFR position and ties and apparent Cheney freindship.

And the fact that he only discusses very 'safe', rated 'G' subject matter in public only serves as additional reason to believe that he and others like him are basically gatekeepers of important info and are dedicated to shaping public opinions through their deliberate information gatekeeping conduct.

It only makes sense that the ruling class would want to divert the publics attention and energy in directions that ensure the security of the ruling class, from a potentially adversarial public.

Control of or cooperation with major media figures like Brokaw are essential to any such effort.

MP3 Audio Clip - Amazing Interview Regarding CFR History

Sunday December 16, 2007
Kevin Barrett Talks With G. Edward Griffin About The Council On Foreign Relations

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More MP3 Audio Clips >

(This is an excellent history lesson and very important for 9/11 Truth!)

Who's Dick

Who's Dick ChAney?


Its not 3.5 trillion, it was

Its not 3.5 trillion, it was 2.3 , and that number has been lowered as well.

Instead of working on your production value of your logo, you should get your facts straight.



Yes, and

Willie Brown was not a "senator". The whole Willie Brown talking point is terribly weak, in some sense "debunked" a while ago.

1.1 in 2000, 2.3 in 2001=3.4 trillion missing

its hard to get facts straight when the ones giving them cant even get them straight. The exact number isn't as important as the fact that TRILLIONS are missing.

Intragovernmental Eliminations
DoD continued to have problems properly identifying and eliminating intragovernmental
transactions. Prior audit results reported that DoD accounting systems did not capture trading
partner data (data on transactions between DoD and other Federal agencies) at the transaction
level in a manner that facilitates trading partner aggregations.
As a result, DoD eliminated
billions of dollars of intradepartmental expenses, revenue, accounts payable and other
liabilities, and accounts receivable and other assets that could not be verified.
For FY 2001
DoD acknowledged that, for the most part, the DoD accounting systems did not capture
trading partner information at the transaction level. Therefore, current systems could not
produce the data necessary for reconciliations between buyers and sellers.

Accounting Entries
We reported that DoD processed $1.1 trillion in unsupported accounting entries to DoD
Component financial data used to prepare departmental reports and DoD financial statements
for FY 2000. For FY 2001, we did not attempt to quantify amounts of unsupported accounting
entries; however, we confirmed that DoD continued to enter material amounts of unsupported
accounting entries to the financial data.

Yet another example of how 2001 was the year of failed protocols.

Zakheim Seeks To Corral, Reconcile 'Lost' Spending
By Gerry J. Gilmore
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, Feb. 20, 2002 – As part of military transformation efforts, DoD Comptroller Dov S. Zakheim and his posse of accountants are riding the Pentagon's financial paper trail, seeking to corral billions of dollars in so-called "lost" expenditures.

For years, DoD and congressional officials have sought to reconcile defense financial documents to determine where billions in expenditures have gone. That money didn't fall down a hole, but is simply waiting to be accounted for, Zakheim said in a Feb. 14 interview with the American Forces Information Service. Complicating matters, he said, is that DoD has 674 different computerized accounting, logistics and personnel systems.

Most of the 674 systems "don't talk to one another unless somebody 'translates,'" he remarked. This situation, he added, makes it hard to reconcile financial data.

Billions of dollars of DoD taxpayer-provided money haven't disappeared, Zakheim said. "Missing" expenditures are often reconciled a bit later in the same way people balance their checkbooks every month. The bank closes out a month and sends its bank statement, he said. In the meanwhile, people write more checks, and so they have to reconcile their checkbook register and the statement.

DoD financial experts, Zakheim said, are making good progress reconciling the department's "lost" expenditures, trimming them from a prior estimated total of $2.3 trillion to $700 billion. And, he added, the amount continues to drop.

"We're getting it down and we are redesigning our systems so we'll go down from 600-odd systems to maybe 50," he explained.

"That way, we will give people not so much more money, but a comfort factor, to be sure that every last taxpayer penny is accounted for," he concluded.


You really trust Zakheim and the DOD?

You're sourcing Dov "Vulcan" Zakheim and a DOD Press Website.... when they tell you to "move along, nothing to see here", we should look more closely. Fact is, hundreds of billions are STILL missing.

That was 2002.... Probably

That was 2002.... Probably accounted for by now.

The point is, if it's 600$ billion, say that.

Don't keep spouting 3+ trillion.


'probably' accounted for...

nothing to see here, the money is fine, i'll move along.

That guy posed a great question in asking Brokaw why Cheney

didn't warn the Pentagon about "Flight 77" heading at them from "50 miles out, 30 miles out, etc." Shouldn't people from the Pentagon have been advised by Cheney to move away from windows, seek cover, go down to the basement, etc.??? Many lives could have been saved!!! (Moreover, aren't there any alarms, warning sirens, safety procedures, defense systems, etc., at the most secure building in the world, the Pentagon???)

Furthermore, Brokaw obfuscates & plays dumb far to much. He is a boldfaced liar, just like Cheney!

And a terrible journalist as well.

"Furthermore, Brokaw obfuscates & plays dumb far to much. He is a boldfaced liar, just like Cheney!"
And he's not a very good journalist if he dismisses the crime of the century with the excuse that there was a lot of confusion on that day. It's an investigative journalist's job to dissect the confusing aspects of the story and bring clarity to it.
That's what he needs to be reminded of in these chat sessions.

Guiliani Partners Make Millions from Domestic Spying

Olbermann has the story 12/14/07

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