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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Guy Smith (producer BBC 9/11) on Alex Jones

Via 911 Blogger:

Well worth a listen indeed. This person Guy Smith is an apparently a pretty sad piece of work, it saddens me that licence payer's' money goes into the wages of people like this. Intersesting, he is very very nervous in the interview and what you note is the very real institutional, cultural embedded difficulty for many in opening one's mind to this and that the BBC's position is very much an approach to containment on the topic.

Interview Here

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Monday, February 19, 2007

Top Bin Laden Expert: Confession Fake

This looks like it is a couple of days old from Kevin Barrett's radio show, but it is something we have talked about on this blog before and it is a good one via 911blogger:

"By Kevin Barrett, http://mujca.com 2/17/06

Is the famous “confession video” genuine? Despite Bush’s insistence that the tape is authentic, America’s top academic Bin Laden expert has finally gone on the record, joining numerous other experts.

“It’s bogus,” says Professor Bruce Lawrence, head of Duke University’s Religious Studies program.

Lawrence, author of Messages to the World: The Statements of Osama Bin Laden, offered his historic debunking of the administration’s lie in an interview with Kevin Barrett (“Dynamic Duo,” gcnlive.com, 2/16/2007, first hour). The interview marked Lawrence’s first major public statement since he made headlines last year by suggesting that recent Osama tapes are hoaxes and that the real Osama Bin Laden may be dead.

Why has the Bush Administration been lying for more than five years by telling us that this preposterously bad hoax is a genuine “confession video”? Lawrence, citing informants in the US intelligence apparatus’s Bin Laden units, said that everyone knows the tape is fake, adding that the hoax has been kept alive because it is politically useful to those who wish to deflect attention from
“conspiracy theories” about 9/11"

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Sunday, February 11, 2007

'Big Brother bomber'

We've seen in the UK a million signatures against turning the entire country into a massive toll road where everyone can be tracked and traced, of course that is just a protest over merely one layer of tracking and tracing, so in my opinion this is not really dealing with the problem here at all.

My personal belief on this is people need to organise against everything that means everything the regime is doing or nothing will change. The key word has to be organise so I'm a little bit concerned about this story recently of the so called 'Big Brother bomber'. I agree with what Paul Watson has said there.

If this is not an agent provocateur, then I think this is wrong and I think it should stop. Now I have actually been quite vocal here about these topics, but I think currently there are probably better more righteous protests that will win over support from people and the media and that are not going to get you a life in prison or be used by the regime to attack the integrity of people in general fighting this crap.

While I disagree with the behaviour of this case, with great regret I do strongly believe that those people carrying out the deployment of the police state do make themselves whopping targets as pedophiles do for example, and society should treat these individuals and companies like that. As I've said before here it is not enough to just be carrying out your job anymore.

And civil servants and ministers deploying the police state, trying to sell it should be treated like that too. So you can't have it both ways. You can't create a terrible socialist police state where there was none before in a country that prided itself on it's freedoms and hope there is no reaction. You can't try to sell the idea of being enslaved and hope there is no reaction, you can't declare war on the people of the country you are supposed to serve and hope there is no reaction.

So if it is genuine then I guess again the country needs to take note urgently and see it as a sign of where we are and that is in an incredibly serious situation where sadly people are feel forced into these kind of responses.

9/11: NIST's John Gross confronted

This is yesterday from 9/11 Blogger and I think it is just great, watch the expression on this guy's face. I think what a lot of people don't realise is that there is a very very very strong case that NIST's investigation is just a mind-boggling political exercise of containment of unbelievable proportions, not a thorough probing investigation at all.

Also listen very carefully to what he says about WTC 7. The whole thing is absolutely shocking.

And we should always remind ourselves that whatever actually happened on 9/11, what has followed since 9/11, is wrong regardless of whether or not 9/11 was an inside job.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Another false poll to keep everyone down.

And look who is publishing it:

The Guardian.

I think it is very very important to reiterate that these polls are just drivel, they are not representative, they are a lie and are merely a way of protecting the current government or protecting a particular policy. Who are these 43% of people who allegedly believe the police probe into Labour's plan to flood the Lords with corrupt cronies who will vote for anything was 'unnecessarily heavy-handed' and who 'blame the police' ? Who are these '45%' who 'disagree' that Blair should stand down immediately ?

Isn't it funny ? I can't find them anywhere. Instead, what I find everywhere is a massive seething and clearly righteous hatred towards this disgusting regime. In fact the only people I find trying to protect this rotting failed carcass of a government are people in the BBC, the infiltrators in the Guardian's Comment page and so on.

The gap between what swathes of the mainstream media are presenting and the reality out there is just enormous. This has to tell us something, it has to be a clue. You know it is also interesting last week the Daily Mail's frontpage was something like "Night of Disgrace for Labour" and basically how this was it and Labour were finished. But of course they were not talking about the war in Iraq (and quite frankly in my opinion Afghanistan as well) that has cost hundreds of thousands of people their lives. That has maimed thousands more. Nor was it talking about this desire to transform society into a living prison. No no, it was just on the cash for peerages scandal.

RBN is back ?

I was saddened last week to see rbnlive was down apparently due to a serious falling out with the guy who did their web services, that is or was the home Republic Broadcasting Network in the US, a simliar network to GCN but they seem to be starting to get their internet presence back together again with a new URL http://republicbroadcasting.org/

There are some just great shows on there that people should hear, and RBN along with GCN has been an absolutely great resource for the alternative media for sometime and I hope they can get their archives back up on line soon.