Tag Archive | 9/11

The Hidden Government Group Linking JFK, Watergate, Iran-Contra and 9/11

Very interesting reading, but long. So get yourself a cup of coffee and read this. As the title suggests there’s a connection between JFK, Watergate, Iran-Contra and 9/11.


Global Research
By Prof Peter Dale Scott


PeterDaleScottis considered the father of “Deep Politics”— the study of hidden permanent institutions and interests whose influence on the political realm transcends the elected, appointed and career officials who come and go.

A Professor of English at Berkeley and a former Canadian diplomat, he is the author of several critically acclaimed books on the pivotal events of our country’s recent past, including Deep Politics and the Death of JFK;Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina (War and Peace Library);The Road to 9/11: Wealth, Empire, and the Future of America andAmerican War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan (War and Peace Library).He is also a poet, whose long work,Coming to Jakarta: A Poem about Terror, was hailed as “the most important political poem to appear…

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9/11 Plus Thirteen, A Decline Into Madness

This Vietnam veteran makes a lot of sense in writing about what’s really happening in the world today. It’s a long blog, but worth reading.

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New Eastern Outlook
by Gordon Duff

2342342Another anniversary of 9/11 has just passed. The media inside the US has been inundated with a flurry of Islamophobic missives with contrived conspiracy theories custom designed to resell a narrative no rational person accepts. The US backing for Al Qaeda in Syria exposed that organization for what it really is and always has been, a CIA front.

The US opposition to ISIS is no longer allowed to use the term “Al Qaeda” as that term is now used only for US backed groups. If only this were more confusing, in fact, the public seems to have fallen in line with this “new think” quite seamlessly.

Censorship and controlled news is nothing new. What is new is application of “chaos theory,” a subset of “game theory warfare,” waged by nations through intelligence agencies but, more curiously and far more dangerously, by “guns for hire,”…

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – Planes, trains, or automobiles?

Well, they erased my blog again. I have to start all over again. Second time starting blog. Third time writing blog. They erased my blog again. I wonder if it’ll be one of those days where it takes me all day to write a 100 word blog. But I will get it done.

What is your favorite way to travel 500 miles?

Planes. There’s not much you can do on a plane. The only scenic thing  is clouds. If you like studying clouds, then you’ll be happy. Otherwise, there’s not much to see. Plus, you have to sit in your seat like a good, little girl. Ever since 9/11, I have to think twice about going on a plane. So, planes? Only if I absolutely have to. Planes have gotten scary to me. You’re way up there in the sky and if something happens, there’s nowhere to go, but down.

Automobiles? You are the pilot. You can drive as fast or as slow as you’d like. No one can tell you what to do in your car. You can stop and go as you please. Stop and eat, or not eat. You have a choice of what you eat. You’re not stuck with airplane food. That airplane food seems to have gotten worse over the years. That is, if they give you anything to eat.  But in a car, it’s tiring, even when you stop and take a break.

Trains? I love trains. Always have. Growing up in New York, using the subways as a second home, I fell in love with trains. So if I’m going a long distance, trains are my choice. I’ve taken trains all over Europe, and Amtrak in the U.S.  I’ve seen a lot of things on a train that I wouldn’t have seen in a plane. I can get up and walk around. Go into the leisure section and watch movies, or play cards. Or have an interesting conversation with a fellow traveler. I find trains glamorous, even though they’re not as glamorous as they used to be. And in a train, I have time to think and relax,  read a good book, or listen to music. 

The blog I send out to Publish is the not the one you readers always get.  If I make a mistake, I try to change it.  Sometimes, you’ll get blogs with a code, which stands for four, five letter words.  I don’t add those five letter words.  It is done by the government hackers.  I have absolutely no control over what you get.  So I hope you get the version of the blog I want you to get.  Thanks for reading my blog.

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