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Friday, January 01, 2100

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

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.


Please note that "Anonymous Physicist", who has contributed articles here in the past, is a different person from "Spooked", the owner of this blog. Also please see here for a note regarding the commenting policy on this site.
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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

US-Saudi War Crimes in Yemen

This war is completely evil and disgusting-- but that's the same-old shit from the US and it's allies:
Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Saudi Arabia as the Obama administration is facing increasing pressure for its support of the Saudi-led war in Yemen. This comes as up to 100,000 people gathered in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a Saturday to protest the ongoing Saudi strikes and in support of Houthi rebels. 
Over the past two weeks, the U.S.-backed Saudi coalition has bombed a Doctors Without Borders hospital, killing 19 people, and bombed two schools in northern Yemen, killing at least 14 children. Doctors Without Borders has since announced it will withdraw staff from six hospitals in the north of the country.

Arms sales uber alles:
According to the United Nations, more than 3,700 civilians have been killed in the Yemeni conflict since Saudi Arabia launched its offensive in March of 2015. The United States has been a key backer of the Saudi military bombing. 
Earlier this month, the U.S. approved the sale of more than $1 billion of new weapons to the Saudis. Since taking office, the Obama administration has approved more than $110 billion in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia. 
While Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Saudi Arabia, pressure is growing over the Obama administration to cut off support for the Saudis. Bills have been introduced in both the U.S. House and Senate to cut off funding to Saudi Arabia. Last week, The New York Times and The Guardian editorial boards called for the U.S. and British governments to end their support for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. In an editorial titled "America is Complicit in the Carnage in Yemen," The New York Times wrote, quote, "Congress should put the arms sales on hold and President Obama should quietly inform Riyadh that the United States will withdraw crucial assistance if the Saudis do not stop targeting civilians and agree to negotiate peace," unquote.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again-- Fuck Saudi Arabia. But also FUCK their enablers in the US government, past and present.

Andrew Cockburn:

Just a few short years ago, Yemen was judged to be among the poorest countries in the world, ranking 154th out of the 187 nations on the U.N.’s Human Development Index. One in every five Yemenis went hungry. Almost one in three was unemployed. Every year, 40,000 children died before their fifth birthday, and experts predicted the country would soon run out of water. 
Such was the dire condition of the country before Saudi Arabia unleashed a bombing campaign in March 2015, which has destroyed warehouses, factories, power plants, ports, hospitals, water tanks, gas stations, and bridges, along with miscellaneous targets ranging from donkey carts to wedding parties to archaeological monuments. 
Thousands of civilians — no one knows how many — have been killed or wounded. Along with the bombing, the Saudis have enforced a blockade, cutting off supplies of food, fuel, and medicine. A year and a half into the war, the health system has largely broken down, and much of the country is on the brink of starvation. 
This rain of destruction was made possible by the material and moral support of the United States, which supplied most of the bombers, bombs, and missiles required for the aerial onslaught. (Admittedly, the United Kingdom, France, and other NATO arms exporters eagerly did their bit.) U.S. Navy ships aided the blockade. 
But no one that I talked to in Washington suggested that the war was in any way necessary to our national security. The best answer I got came from Ted Lieu, a Democratic congressman from California who has been one of the few public officials to speak out about the devastation we were enabling far away. “Honestly,” he told me, “I think it’s because Saudi Arabia asked.”

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Did Alex Jones Ever Issue an Official Retraction for His Earlier Views on 9/11?

Here is a recent clip of Jones with Roger Stone, where Jones seems shocked that Huma Abedin worked for newspaper that published an article saying America was responsible for 9/11. Talk about an indirect connection! But why on earth wold this be shocking?

4 years ago Jones certainly said 9/11 was an inside job:

We've gone through the rabbit hole...
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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Tales of a Warming Planet and Many Dying Ecosystems

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33 of the Day: Going After Banksters

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Paranormal Watch: Things That Make You Go, Hmmm

Evidence of an afterlife? Fascinating interview with Paul Davids on "An Atheist in Heaven"

This reminds me of one of the freakiest incidents that ever happened in my life, relating to me questioning god as a teenager. I got a weird sign (that I won't go into detail here about), that I always have written off as coincidence, but just has always made me wonder too.

So I still wonder.

I absolutely think there are some paranormal events and synchronicities that science can not yet explain. 9/11 may even have been some sort of paranormal event.
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Some Serious News and Opinion

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I Am Pretty Sure Now Trump Is Not Seriously Running for President

Otherwise, he would not have taken on this horrible Breitbart asshole Stephen Bannon to run his campaign.

This doctor letter for Trump is also totally phony.

And of course Trump won't release his tax forms, which is a sure sign he's hiding something big. 

This letter from a former Trump supporter is awesome:
Donald, you dumb son of a bitch. You've destroyed yourself, and you're about to take the rest of us down with you. Do you understand that? Tens of millions of Americans invested in you, not because they gave a damn about you, but because they love their country. And because you convinced them you could lead their country out of the doldrums of decay created by progressive globalists. They bought into you. A whole political party bought into you. And you crapped the bed.
You've gotten so stupid, so decidedly self-destructive, that it doesn't seem like an accident. It seems like you're a political suicide bomber, intent on destroying not just the Republican Party, but also the United States. You have stolen electoral choice from approximately half of the American population. In an election in which the Democratic Party has offered a deeply flawed and despised candidate, you have gone out of your way over the last three weeks to become an even more deeply flawed and despised candidate.
Few politicians in the history of America have so soured the nation's stomach so quickly. You went from your best position in the contest to your worst position in the contest, with a week's worth of verbal diarrhea. And you have continued to nosedive with imbecilic rantings about how the media is out to get you and the election is rigged and we need vigilantes at the polls to keep Democrats from voting five time.
You are a frigging idiot. You are not only not capable of being president of the United States, you don't even rise to the national average. You are a thuggish stereotype from a 70s mafia movie. A self-important mouth breather who gives narcissism a bad name. 
In a country deeply dissatisfied with either its status quo or its future prospects, you have single handedly taken a seminal election and nullified it. In a season of choice, you have made sure there isn't one.
You have screwed 300 million people in order to help one person -- Hillary Clinton. And it's time to piss or get off the pot. Either immediately pull your head out of your back end, or withdraw from the race. Throw a clot, make up an excuse, hire somebody to write some credible words, it doesn't matter. Just find the door and walk out it. Or stop acting like the stupidest man on earth. Get over yourself. Come up for air just long enough to realize that, as opposed to being the smartest guy in the room, you are a walking, talking, BSing train wreck.
Your conduct thus far has shamed your family name for all time. And that all needs to stop immediately, or you need to stop immediately. The nation and those of us who supported you deserve better. And though it looks like you have no instinct or idea about what duty and selflessness are -- it is apparent you've never been about anything other than your own ego and desires -- you need to either serve the team or take one for the team.
You've shown your cards and you're holding nothing. You can't hire and direct a campaign staff, much less administer a country. You can't hold your tongue before a friendly crowd, much less in the counsels of government or diplomacy. You don't seem capable of expressing a single emotion. You are reminiscent of a monkey in the zoo, who stops playing with himself only long enough to throw turd balls at America.  

Let's assume Trump was a plant, a reality show faker from the beginning, and this was all a game. WHAT THE FUCK does it say about the Republican party and THEIR VOTERS that they fell for it?  How fucking stupid do you have to be?

Look, you can say, "well, haha, you support Hillary Clinton". But Hillary Clinton is a serious person, a serious politician and I know pretty much exactly what I'm getting from her. I have no illusions that she will be better than Obama. She might be better, she might be worse than him, but I don't think she will bring the apocalypse in the manner that Trump seems to be capable of, if he was elected. Because he is a scam artist, and had no fucking business getting this far in the race. 

And if he was a joke played by the Clintons on the GOP, and he ends up destroying them, well that's pretty fucking awesome for the Clintons, and all I can say is "well played".
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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Alex Jones' Sellout Is Complete

Wow, I looked at Jones' sites, and, basically both are more sensational, more conspiratorial versions of FoxNews, all right-wing, anti-Clinton, pro-Trump articles.


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9/11 Nuke Aftermath

Health Officials: Number of 9/11-Linked Cancer Diagnoses Triples
In New York City, health officials say the number of people who have been diagnosed with 9/11-linked cancers has tripled. Nearly 5,500 first responders and local residents have now been diagnosed with cancers linked to the toxic smoke and dust of 9/11. That’s up from fewer than 2,000 cancer victims in 2014. Health officials have called the increase "alarming."
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Monday, August 15, 2016

Back to the Conspiracy World

A rare speech by Neil Armstrong on the 25th anniversary of the moon landing, where he refers to astronauts as NASA's Parrots and talks about breaking through truth's protective layers. Pretty freaking weird.
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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Questioning Donald Trump Is Like Arguing with a Toddler

Obama "was the founder of ISIS, absolutely," Trump said, according to a transcript. "The way he removed our troops — We shouldn't have gone in. I was against the war in Iraq ... We shouldn't have been in Iraq. I would not have been in Iraq if I was president, but that mistake was made; it was one of the worst mistakes in the history of our country. We destabilized the Middle East. We've been paying the price for it for years."
(It is not true that Trump opposed the war in Iraq.) 
He continued: "He was the founder of ISIS and so was [Hillary]. I call them co-founders.... Because of the way he got out.... He shouldn't have gotten out the way he got out. It was a disaster what he did. Is there something wrong with saying that? Are people complaining that I said he was the founder of ISIS? All I do is tell the truth. I am a truth teller." 
Radio host Hugh Hewitt got Trump to commit to that view even more strongly.
HEWITT: Last night, you said the president was the founder of ISIS. I know what you meant. You meant that he created the vacuum; he lost the peace.
TRUMP: No, I meant he’s the founder of ISIS. I do. He was the most valuable player. I give him the Most Valuable Player Award. I give her, too, by the way, Hillary Clinton.
HEWITT: But he’s not sympathetic to them. He hates them. He’s trying to kill them.
TRUMP: I don’t care. He was the founder. His, the way he got out of Iraq was that that was the founding of ISIS, okay? ...
HEWITT: I know what you’re arguing …
TRUMP: You’re not, and let me ask you, do you not like that?
HEWITT: I don’t. I think I would say they created, they lost the peace. They created the Libyan vacuum, they created the vacuum into which ISIS came, but they didn’t create ISIS. That’s what I would say.
TRUMP: Well, I disagree.
There was no "Right, I was making a point" or "I misspoke" in that. Trump said that, no, he really meant that Obama had founded the Islamic State and that Trump had to "disagree" when Hewitt said that wasn't the case. (Do we need to point out at this late hour that, of course, Obama didn't found the Islamic State? Well, he of course didn't.) 
On Friday morning, at long last, Trump explained his rationale.

And furthermore, his position on Iraq has been every incoherent:
But lost in Trump’s immediate comments is that, for years, he pushed passionately and forcefully for the same immediate troop withdrawal from Iraq. 
In interview after interview in the later 2000s, Trump said American forces should be removed from Iraq. 
“First, I’d get out of Iraq right now,” Trump said to British GQ in a 2008 interview. “And by the way, I am the greatest hawk who ever lived, a far greater hawk even than Bush. I am the most militant military human being who ever lived. I’d rebuild our military arsenal, and make sure we had the finest weapons in the world. Because countries such as Russia have no respect for us, they laugh at us. Look at what happened in Georgia, a place we were supposed to be protecting.” 
Later, Trump said he wished Arizona Sen. John McCain, whom he was backing in the election, had supported pulling troops out of Iraq faster. “I wish he would promise to get us out of Iraq faster,” said Trump. “I am not in love with that aspect of what he represents.” 
Those comments echoed similar remarks in March 2007 when he said forces should be immediately withdrawn from Iraq. 
“You know how they get out? They get out,” Trump said to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. “That’s how they get out. Declare victory and leave, because I’ll tell you, this country is just going to get further bogged down. They’re in a civil war over there, Wolf. There’s nothing that we’re going to be able to do with a civil war. They are in a major civil war.” 
Speaking with Howard Stern in October of that year, Trump said McCain’s support for keeping troops in Iraq was costing him the Republican nomination. 
“Anybody who stays in Iraq — look at what happened to McCain — he want to show how tough he is, he’s sunk, immediately, and that’s with the Republicans.” 
By late 2011, Trump notoriously began saying the U.S. should take Iraq’s oil before withdrawing. Trump also told CNN’s Piers Morgan in February of that year he would get of troops in Iraq “out real fast.” 
By 2016, he completely adopted the conservative critique of the Iraq withdrawal.
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Yes, I Am a Democrat

I have been a Democrat my whole life, and the whole time I have written this blog, and I have voted for every Democratic presidential candidate since Mondale in 1984. Barring some unforeseen circumstance, I will vote for Hillary Clinton this November.

I do not think the Democrats are great, I am fully aware of their flaws and I am fully aware of deeper conspiracy issues.

The main reason I still am a Democrat is because I think conventional politics makes a difference, and we can make progress on important issues aside from conspiracy issues. Yes, the military industrial complex is horrible, and the Dems are part of it. Politics is a messy business.

I do NOT think both parties are the same. I think the Dem are much better in almost every regard.

Again, Dems are not perfect, but if you are anti-war, or a minority, or an atheist, or a scientist, or pro-women's rights, chances are very high you are a Democrat.  If you voted against a war or military funding since 9/11, you almost certainly are a Democrat. If you voted to regulate Wall St, you are almost certainly a Democrat.

Not all Democrats are good, of course. But on average, since the Kennedy years, they are so much better than Republicans.

I am still a Democrat because:
1) Democrats support social and economic justice
2) Democrats support diversity and personal freedom
3) Democrats support science and action against climate change
4) Democrats are the only real bulwark this country has against the Republicans, who are terrible in almost every respect-- they cater to the worst instincts of religious intolerance, greed and bigotry. They have literally been traitors to this country and its people. If the current crop of Republicans had their way, we would have a Christian theocracy, and that is the antithesis of modernity and progress and freedom.

So as a Democrat, I will offer this defense of Hillary Clinton:
1) the vast majority of bad stories about her are totally blown out of proportion or are outright lies. Remember, the Republicans hate her, and have demonized her for 25 years. They have built an incredible wall of disinformation about her and still do.
2) Hillary will be a liberal as she is capable of being with the Congress she has to work with. If Dems take back Congress, I think Hillary will enact progressive laws.
3) Hillary will be a better president than most people expect.

But -- she's a warmonger! What about her vote for the Iraq war?

So let me offer this:

What exactly did it mean to "vote for the Iraq war" if you were in congress back in 2002, for instance if you were Hillary Clinton?

The "yes" vote meant you were authorizing US force for the disarming of Iraq's WMD.

It meant you trusted the Bush administration to use US military force wisely.

It meant you didn't want to take a chance of Saddam Hussein having WMD.

It meant you were probably still very freaked out by the 9/11 attacks.

It meant you thought the US could possibly liberate Iraq from a ruthless dictator without too costly a price.

It meant you didn't listen to the people who were saying Iraq's WMD were gone.

It meant you didn't listen to the anti-war people.

What the vote DIDN'T mean however was that you thought the Bush administration would:

1) push misleading evidence to Congress about the state of Iraq's WMD program prior to the vote

2) invade Iraq without exhausting all diplomatic efforts

3) invade Iraq without getting UN approval for the action

4) invade Iraq without having a proper international coalition that approved the action

5) give multiple fear-mongering speeches about the threat Iraq posed in order to build public support for the war

6) lie about connections of Saddam Hussein to 9/11

7) lie about Saddam Hussein trying to build nuclear weapons

8) lie about the costs of the war

9) go ahead and invade Iraq WITHOUT ANY DECENT PLAN for what to do afterwards in establishing a new government, and not recognize the danger of the country of opening long-suppressed sectarian divisions. Bush famously didn't even know the difference between Sunni and Shia before the invasion.

10) disband the Iraq military, A HUGE MISTAKE, which directly led to the formation of Sunni militias and the insurgency and eventually ISIS/ISIL.

In other words, it damn well was the Bush administration who made the Iraq mess. People who voted for the Iraq war made a mistake to be sure, in trusting the Bush administration, and probably not recognizing how damaging an Iraq invasion could be. But it was not necessarily a war-mongering vote.

It's important to remember what a bubble Senators are in, and just how evil and incompetent the Bush administration was.

I'M NOT SAYING that Hillary Clinton's motives for voting for the use of force were necessarily pure and obviously the vote was a mistake. But I think it is somewhat forgivable. She was the junior Senator from NY, where the 9/11 attacks caused huge damage-- the political pressures on her were huge and hard to imagine.

The same goes for her various apparent war-mongering-- I don't think it's fair to single her out more than so many other people at a high level who have pushed for similar policies or actions.

Bottom line is she's a freaking politician, who has done some good things, and some bad things. She came from common stock, she's reached a high level out of her intelligence and toughness. Being president of the US is a tough job and requires someone with real serious experience and toughness.

Trump is a complete joke, a psychopathic personality and a giant ass-clown who should not be put near the reins of power.

Between him and Hillary, there really is no doubt who is the better choice: the woman. And I do think having a woman president is important in its own right.

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