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Friday, January 01, 2100

BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, the official 9/11 story is very very wrong.

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Please see here for an overview of the 9/11 Frame-Up. Summary: they faked the plane crashes, they faked the videos, and they nuked the towers.

"The powers that be" are very sick, evil creatures.

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Sunday, October 15, 2017

The Russians Have Been Pushing Disinfo on the US for Many Years

... certainly they were doing it well before the 2016 election.

This Dmitri Khazelov guy who pushed the silly WTC basement nuke theory is a perfect example. He was admitted Russian intelligence and pushed ridiculous claims.

Along these lines, Russia Today frequently pushed 9/11 conspiracy theories (not that these were all "wrong" but it did have the effect of destabilizing trust in the US govt).

The goal of Russia is/was to sow confusion and distrust of the US government by US citizens. It's clever because there is reason to distrust the government, but they can strongly enhance it for their own ends, and push their own confusing but professionally presented theories, to enhance distrust.

I think it does make a lot of sense that Putin's Russian government was waging a disinformation campaign against the US, part of asymmetrical warfare against the US, since we are their major geopolitical foe. A lot on this disinformation campaign has come out since the election.

So this all gets into a tricky area, previously familiar to lefties in the US during the USSR era, where they were often falsely accused of treason or having common political goals for having some degree of shared political views (i.e. mild socialism). 

Obviously, I have long pushed conspiracy theories here that have a similar effect of sowing distrust in the US govt. Facts are facts but political power is often based on lies, particularly in a huge complicated superpower like the US.

I've long maintained that it is important to expose lies like 9/11, but as I have discussed endlessly here, this truth is suppressed and controlled for the US to maintain power over the people.

Overall, two major points:
 1) Russian propaganda to help Trump was not about 9/11, not exactly clear why, but maybe because that was not partisan enough and hurt the GOP. Though I did see some fake reports right before the election that Trump was going to re-investigate 9/11 and find the truth.
2) Russia has pushed major propaganda on the US for a number of years before this past election.

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Re-Reading "Wagging the Moondoggie"

Still great stuff, and really not really dated at all, all things considered (written between 2009 and 2011 by the now sadly deceased Dave McGowan).

Definitely worth another read! Oh, by the way, the old site is gone so the articles have been put up at a new website: http://centerforaninformedamerica.com

Or you can listen in podcast form now!


Yes, this is an official photo of the landing module from NASA!


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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Apollo Hoax 2017

Some good stuff in here, particularly in the second half on the "puppet-string" action and the sounds.



One interesting idea here is expressed at the end: they make a "patriotic" case for the Apollo hoax-- that it was a cold war "victory" without firing any shots or violence, and that we should honor the astronauts....
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Monday, October 09, 2017

What I'm Thinking About Lately...

Donald Trump is still a completely despicable asshole-- and to quote Sec. of State Tillerson, Trump is also "a fucking moron".

The sooner Trump is removed from office, the better for everyone. He is not going to change.

The only positive thing about Trump is he's too damn stupid to do anything super nefarious, like a major covert operation or to use the full powers of the government to enact his will.

However, he could still easily start a nuclear war or a very costly conventional war with North Korea.

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Nazis and white supremacists are terrible and evil, and they are resurgent because Trump himself is clearly a white supremacist.

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I have no patience for gun massacre conspiracies anymore. First, there are just too many of them, there's clearly some terrible pathology in our culture that causes this, and not the big bad "gubmint" set on taking away our guns. Second, the worst of the idiot conspiracy-minded Republicans are in complete charge of the government, and if they can't bust apart the conspiracies that run big gun massacres or stop them form happening, then they are hypocritical assholes and fucking useless. Show the complete evidence Sandy Hook was a hoax or GTFO.

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Global warming/Climate change/Climate disruption is almost certainly worse than most scientists want to admit, and getting worse. The ghoulish idiot Republicans are actually pressing the gas pedal to the floor as we race to complete climate disaster.

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I been thinking a lot about intelligent entities that are able to exist only in the electromagnetic spectrum. If our species continues to make technological progress (and doesn't make the planet unlivable), two things are very likely:
1) we will have very advanced artificial (digital-computerized) intelligence
2) we will be able to move our own consciousness into the digital-computerized realm.

Thus two types of digital-computerized intelligence will exist that can be transferred into the electromagnetic spectrum.

The big question is-- are there far more advanced civilizations that have already done this, elsewhere in the universe? It seems very likely.

So we could have extra-terrestrial intelligence -- even individual entities -- that exist in the electromagnetic spectrum, that could be sent to earth at the speed of light.

Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence on the Electromagnetic Spectrum = "ETIES"

I wonder if such beings could then infect us or merge into our consciousness-- they could conceivably do all sort of things to us. Specifically they could do good things like give human beings ideas for technology, or if these ETIES are evil, they could promote psychotic behavior.

Jay Weidner has talked a lot about evil entities called the "Archons" over the years. I never knew what to make of that idea exactly, but I'd say now I have some idea how such being could exist and inset themselves into humanity. How many conspiracies/evil events can be tied to ETIES?
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Sunday, October 01, 2017

Trump Needs to be Removed from Office ASAP

This is just sick. He is ill.


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LBJ Knew the Vietnam War was Hopeless in 1964

“What do you think about this Vietnam thing?” Johnson begins. “I’d like to hear you talk a little bit.”
“Well, frankly, Mr. President,” Russell answers, “it’s the damn worse mess that I ever saw, and I don’t like to brag and I never have been right many times in my life, but I knew that we were going to get into this sort of mess when we went in there. And I don’t see how we’re ever going to get out of it without fighting a major war with the Chinese and all of them down there in those rice paddies and jungles. I just don’t see it. I just don’t know what to do.”
“Well, that’s the way I have been feeling for six months,” Johnson says. “Our position is deteriorating and it looks like the more we try to do for them, the less they are willing to do for themselves,”
Russell replies—expressing a view that grew to be a core conclusion of Americans in Vietnam. “It is a mess,” Russell continues, “and it’s going to get worse, and I don’t know how or what to do. I don’t think the American people are quite ready for us to send our troops in there to do the fighting.”
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Then LBJ asks the key question: “How important is it to us?”
“It isn’t important a damn bit for all this new missile stuff,” Russell says—meaning that with strategic missiles like the ones the Soviet Union was developing, holding one patch of ground has little if any military significance. “I guess it is important,” the president says. “From a psychological standpoint,” says Russell.
But the senator then goes further. “Other than the question of our word and saving face, that’s the reason that I said that I don’t think that anybody would expect us to stay in there. It’s going to be a headache to anybody that tries to fool with it. You’ve got all the brains in the country, Mr. President—you better get ahold of them. I don’t know what to do about this. I saw it all coming on, but that don’t do any good now, that’s water over the dam and under the bridge. And we are there.”
The talk moves to the pressure LBJ feels from his advisers to remain in South Vietnam, and to the demands from Republicans for escalation. The fear of a Chinese intervention—as happened in Korea—is on both of their minds; memories of Republican attacks on the Truman administration for “losing China” and for the Korean stalemate, gnawed at LBJ, who feared the political consequences of withdrawal.
“Well, they’d impeach a president, though, that would run out, wouldn’t they?” he asks.
“I don’t think they would,” Russell assures him.
“I don’t know how in hell you’re going to get out, unless they [the South Vietnamese government] tell you to get out,” Russell says. Exiting the conflict would be politically feasible, he adds, only if a new head of the country “were to get and say, ‘Now, you damn Yankees get out of here, I’m running the government now.’”
“Wouldn’t that pretty well fix us in the eyes of the world and make us look mighty bad?” Johnson asks.
“Well, I don’t know, we don’t look too good right now,” Russell replies, adding, “going in there with all the troops, sending them all in there, I’ll tell you it'll be the most expensive adventure this country ever went into.”
LBJ does not disagree.

And that was that-- a horrible waste and crime against humanity went on for 10 years. 

Of course Afghanistan is a similar situation, and we can well imagine at least Obama having a similar conversation. Not clear about GW Bush and Trump, but maybe.

So fucked up, the ego and nationalism that gets tied up in these sick wars.
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33 of the Day

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Jeff Sachs Is Suitably Alarmed About Trump

https://www.democracynow.org/2017/9/21/jeff_sachs_warns_nuclear_war_is
AMY GOODMAN: So, you were there at the time that President Trump gave his first U.N. address before the General Assembly. Start with North Korea and take it from there.
JEFFREY SACHS: Horrifying. Of course, there was a shudder in the room. No president of the United States has declared from the podium of the United Nations General Assembly that the U.S. is ready to totally destroy a country. It was absolutely shocking. And the whole speech was grotesque, in my view.
AMY GOODMAN: Why?
JEFFREY SACHS: Because it was militaristic. It was filled with grievance, with bias, with ignorance. Trump is a very dangerous man. There’s no question about it. He individually is a very dangerous man, and the United States right now is a very dangerous country.
NERMEEN SHAIKH: And what was the response amongst other member states and other people present in the General Assembly when he spoke?
JEFFREY SACHS: Well, you could hear shuffling, chuckles, amazement, gasps, a few applause. There was Netanyahu enthusiastically applauding. It was a very odd scene. I am still a bit shaken by it.
NERMEEN SHAIKH: And Secretary of State Tillerson was there, as was Ambassador Nikki Haley. Did you have the sense that there was some—that they were in agreement with what he was saying?
JEFFREY SACHS: Well, I suppose that they are, or they should get out of the administration. This is policy. And it is grotesque. And it is extraordinarily dangerous.
AMY GOODMAN: When Trump called the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un "Rocket Man" and said the U.S. is prepared to destroy this entire nation of 25 million people, North Korea’s foreign minister issued the country’s first response to Trump’s remarks on Thursday.
RI YONG-HO: [translated] If Trump was thinking about surprising us with the sound of a dog barking, then he is clearly dreaming.
AMY GOODMAN: That was the North Korean representative.
JEFFREY SACHS: I’ve been reminded often in these days of a statement by President John F. Kennedy, when he said in 1963 that in the nuclear age, to put an adversary at the choice of a nuclear war or a humiliating retreat, it would show the bankruptcy of our policy or a collective death wish for the world. President Kennedy was a great man. We have right now an administration which is endangering America and the world.
AMY GOODMAN: So, let’s talk, one by one, about the states that President Trump called out. North Korea, what do you think has to be done? I mean, in all these cases, it involves more than one country on that country. This involves more than the U.S. and North Korea, as does Iran, of course. What has to happen with North Korea?
JEFFREY SACHS: First, we have to avoid a nuclear war. And a nuclear war is a real threat. It’s not some idle imagination right now. You have two leaders—both seem unstable—yelling at each other. Both have nuclear arms. Seoul, South Korea, is a few minutes—moments away from the North Korean arms. We’re—
AMY GOODMAN: Well, President Trump has been attacking the North Korean president, the South Korean president, as well.
JEFFREY SACHS: I’ve heard people say, "Well, South Korea, that would be collateral damage." It’s unbelievable the way people are talking right now and how close we are to disaster and how complacent we are, because it’s unimaginable. Now, I’m not saying it’s inevitable, but I am saying it is absolutely being pushed right now recklessly. And, of course, what first needs to happen is to tamp down this kind of absolutely dangerous, provocative rhetoric.
The North Koreans made a statement a few days ago that was not well covered, which said, "We are looking for a military equilibrium to avoid a military option," meaning "We don’t want to be overthrown by the United States." The U.S., of course, is a serial regime changer. In fact, our foreign policy is based on covert and overt wars of overthrow of other countries: Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi, Bashar al-Assad—a disaster that has created absolute chaos, indeed all three of them. North Korea basically said a few days ago, "We don’t want to be overthrown." Well, that is absolutely correct. We should have diplomacy politics, not a nuclear exchange.
AMY GOODMAN: And China’s role in this, what they can do?
JEFFREY SACHS: Well, China also doesn’t want chaos. China is calling every day for a diplomatic response. And we know that a diplomatic response is possible. Indeed, when the challenge was Iran, you had all five members—permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, plus Germany, making a historic agreement with Iran, precisely the one that Trump is attacking right now vis-à-vis Iran. So, we’re just pushing for war. It’s incredible.
AMY GOODMAN: Are you concerned that the whole investigation of Trump around Russian issues is—as the prosecutor is breathing down his neck, that he will do something rash internationally to distract attention?
JEFFREY SACHS: I don’t know if it’s to distract attention or whether he is just psychologically profoundly unstable—and he is—or just ignorant, which he is, or vicious and biased and stereotyping and without historical knowledge, which he is all of those things. So I don’t know what it will be. But I do know that the United States has a war tendency, and it is restrained only at the top, actually. And here you have a president who is egging on, provoking, himself unstable, without attention span. It’s extraordinarily dangerous.
And where is the Congress? Not one word by our Congress. It’s a disgrace, because under our Constitution, Congress has the only authority to declare war, and our Congress is useless, as we know, in this, because they’ve just ceded the authority to an imperial presidency. And now we have a president completely unfit and absolutely provocative every day.
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Jewish Neocons and US Wars

This piece came out recently, which reiterates a point that's been made for a long time, particularly in the 9/11 field:

Shouldn't they recuse themselves when dealing with the Middle East?
• September 19, 2017 • 1,500 Words


Of course it hits a very sensitive nerve in US political culture, because of the terrible aggression against Jews by Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. Anything seen to be "counting Jews" does conjure bad memories and condemnation, even if the point maybe reasonable:
There are a couple of simple fixes for the dominant involvement of American Jews in foreign policy issues where they have a personal interest due to their ethnicity or family ties. First of all, don’t put them into national security positions involving the Middle East, where they will potentially be conflicted. Let them worry instead about North Korea, which does not have a Jewish minority and which was not involved in the holocaust. This type of solution was, in fact, somewhat of a policy regarding the U.S. Ambassador position in Israel. No Jew was appointed to avoid any conflict of interest prior to 1995, an understanding that was violated by Bill Clinton (wouldn’t you know it!) who named Martin Indyk to the post. Indyk was not even an American citizen at the time and had to be naturalized quickly prior to being approved by congress.
Those American Jews who are strongly attached to Israel and somehow find themselves in senior policy making positions involving the Middle East and who actually possess any integrity on the issue should recuse themselves, just as any judge would do if he were presiding over a case in which he had a personal interest. Any American should be free to exercise first amendment rights to debate possible options regarding policy, up to and including embracing positions that damage the United States and benefit a foreign nation. But if he or she is in a position to actually create those policies, he or she should butt out and leave the policy generation to those who have no personal baggage.

The big question though--are Jewish Neocons really forcing us into wars that the government wouldn't do otherwise? The "neocons" may be useful for selling US wars, but since they tend not to be in positions of major power in the government, they don't usually control the initiation of wars.

More likely the "neocons" are useful tools for the true masters of war-- the military brass and deep evil PTB.

This point is similar to the old argument about the role of Isrealis and Jews in 9/11. Sure, they do seem to be intimately involved in 9/11, but did they really run on us 9/11 over the opposition of those who were in control of the Bush administration security apparatus (Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice, the Joints Chiefs of Staff, etc)?

Again, to the extent that "neocons" were involved in 9/11 or Americas' wars, they were only part of the whole operation, and certainly didn't have supreme control.
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Trump's Bizarre Persecution Complex and Dangerous Nationalism

Great piece from Josh Marshall:
... It is when the powerful feel threatened and vulnerable that things get dangerous, often very dangerous. 
... Hyper-nationalism is often innocuous or even salutary for states which know mostly oppression and degradation. In powerful states, it’s a source of immense danger.
All of this plays out in an almost comic, though possibly tragic, form in President Trump’s view of America’s role in the world. Trump imagines a US which is a revisionist power amidst its own global imperium. The US is the dominant military power in every corner of the globe. The global economy revolves around the dollar, providing huge benefits to the US economy. One can debate the benignity or rapaciousness of US power. But no one can deny that the current world order and its foundational institutions are built to make the United States at least the first among equals of all the nation’s of the world.
And yet to President Trump we are laughed at and tricked by all the nation’s of the world, taken advantage of at every turn. We’ve been humiliated for too long and we’ve had enough. The consistency with which Trump has talked for decades about the US being ‘laughed at’ and humiliated by other countries is remarkable. This represents a deep, though minority strain of American politics on the right. But for Trump it clearly grows mostly out of personal experience and character. The mix of intense insecurity couple with a need for dominance and aggression is too central to his own personality not to be the driver of this vision of the world and America’s role in it.
Nor is it a coincidence that Trump is the doyen of white Americans who feel they are discriminated against in America, despite the fact that whites remain the dominant group in almost all sectors of American life. Both internationally and domestically these are pre-existing and intermingled strains of American political culture. But Trump embodies both because through some unhinged alchemy his own life trajectory and damaged psyche made that possible...

And of course:

At the UN yesterday, Trump threatened to exterminate 25 million people in North Korea, also wants to cut peacekeeping funds.

Most ridiculously Trump said-- “In America, we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather, to let it shine as an example for everyone to watch.” Says the president of the country that has repeatedly attacked, bombed, invaded countries around the world since WWII. And Trump didn't act as though he would stop exerting US force, as he threatened to attack North Korea, Iran and Venezuela in his speech.



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