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A Very Heavy Agenda Part 1: A Catalyzing Event [trailer]

A Very Heavy Agenda Part 1 : A Catalyzing Event [Trailer] from Robert Martin on Vimeo.

warning: trailer contains some profanity and uncensored scenes of war

Post-9/11, the War on Terror had outlived its usefulness.

The minds behind the think tanks that drive America’s interventionist foreign policy decided that the U.S. needed a new enemy,
so they chose an old one -- Russia.

Part 1: A Catalyzing Event 1hr 25mins

Cheney, Wolfowitz and Rumsfeld were ubiquitous in the news media as they took every available opportunity to market to America an aggressive preemptive war policy. But from where did their ideas originate? The answer is a tightly knit and eminently well placed group of neoconservative thought leaders, chief among them Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan. Part 1 begins in the panicked weeks after 9/11, as Kagan et al. seized upon the hysteria surrounding the anthrax letter attacks to further shape America’s perception of reality, planting the seeds for endless future military engagements. George W. Bush may have been understandably perceived as an idiot, but watching these wonks and academics drive the ideological engine for his administration belies a much more sophisticated strategy at play.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts : Washington's Path to War with Russia

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Interview

Interview published 28 March 2015

MP3 & Link to Show Notes: http://themindrenewed.com/interviews/2015/644-int-076

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (former US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy) returns to the programme for an extended interview on the ongoing tensions between Washington and Moscow.

Drawing upon his extensive experience in government, academia and journalism, Dr. Roberts explains how Washington's current hostility towards Russia, with its demonisation of Vladimir Putin, is a bitter fruit of the neoconservative ideology of world hegemony that came to dominate US centres of power from the early 1990s onwards. Assessing the geopolitical landscape with an eye to historical, economic and political realities, Dr. Roberts judges there to be only two hopes for the world to avert nuclear Armageddon: a Europe decisively resistant to Washington diktat, or economic collapse of the US empire itself.

We also discuss the murder of Boris Nemtsov, prospects for Washington-agitated colour revolutions in Central Asia/Caucasus, MH17 and the growth of the police state in the US.

"In Memoriam Alexander Litvinenko"

(I just ran a search and didn't find this particular Litvienenko documentary mentioned anywhere in 911Blogger. It's 55 minutes and excellent! Long personal interview with him. Link to full video below.)

"In Memoriam Alexander Litvinenko" Documentary (2007)

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/alexander-litvinenko/

Partial description:

Three years ago Aleksander Litvinenko told his life story to documentary maker Jos De Putter.

It is a wild tale full of conspiracies, assassination attempts and imputations. Litvinenko talks about his time with the secret service, about his experience in Chechnya, and in particular about the series of bomb attacks on Russian territory that led to the seizure of power by Vladimir Putin. According to Litvinenko those attacks were the work of the secret service.

The international historical context of 9/11

Martin Summers, former East European projects officer for the New Economics Foundation and former Bosnian aid worker with CAFOD and Amnesty International joins some dots and places 9/11 within the historical context of international false flag terrorism with reference to Moscow apartment bombings, Northern Ireland, Operation Gladio, London Tube bombings, etc.

Vladimir Putin assassinated January 10 2008?

CSIS - Center for Strategic & International Studies

They present a scenario where Vladimir Putin is assassinated in January 10 2008. Is this actually a false flag operation plan?

http://www.csis.org/component/option,com_csis_pubs/task,view/id,4237/type,1/

"The report, based on analysis by Andrew Kuchins and members of his Russia 2017 Working Group, examines the significant drivers of Russia’s future—economic, political, demographic, and geostrategic—and then offers some possible scenarios for that future through 2017"

The report is downloadable here
http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/071210-russia_2017-web.pdf

Or here
http://investigate911.se/d/071210-russia_2017-web.pdf

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Måns http://investigate911.se