911 Peak Oil

NOW IS THE TIME -- THERE IS HOPE By Michael C. Ruppert

I think what we are experiencing right now in this country is all 9/11 fallout, why we are ~where we are~ as a nation, and what we can do about it at this critical juncture.
Phoenix Fire Nectar

Michael C. Ruppert
Wednesday, September 17, 2008, 7 P.M. PDT

Let me paraphrase something I once saw George H.W. Bush say: "Everything I am; everything I have accomplished; and everything I hope to accomplish I owe to David Rockefeller." Today I saw something I never thought possible. I saw a Rothschild endorse a fundamentally Rockefeller candidate -- John McCain. DNC Platform Committee Member Lynn Forester de Rothschild quit her post to endorse McCain as she also ended her longstanding role as a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. The Clintons also have strong Rockefeller "lineage" so I'm guessing that Hillary understands the move perfectly with a wink and a nod. I'll give you the punch line now, without making you read further.

Bah Humbug and Ad Hominem Attacks!

My primary interest is not in 911 at all. It is Peak Oil - and Peak Oil from a Norwegian viewpoint. Since July, I have regularly blogged about it at http://www.vgb.no/12060/ However, it became apparent to me that the Peak Oil and the 911 were two sides of the same thing.
Consequently the question of 911 has come up in my blog. Indeed it has been mentioned in two other prominent Norwegian blogs that also concentrate on Peak Oil. The response from our readers brings out the worst in people. They can get very angry about the issue (just as they can with Peak Oil, though even more so).
Yesterday (23rd September), my blog entry was about the Thomas-Scott Affadavit. To me the idea that the Twin Towers might not have been so structurally sound as we all thought, and that this would have led to a financial catastrophe is one of the more interesting things to come out in recent months. Obviously, Thomas-Scott's claims must now at some point be tested, preferably in a Court of Law, and if true this raises a whole load of new questions.