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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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Saturday, August 18, 2018

What's the GOP All About, Then?

Krugman lays it out:
The real news of the past few weeks isn’t that Trump is a wannabe Mussolini who can’t even make the trains run on time.
It’s the absence of any meaningful push-back from Congressional Republicans. Indeed, not only are they acquiescing in Trump’s corruption, his incitements to violence, and his abuse of power, up to and including using the power of office to punish critics, they’re increasingly vocal in cheering him on.
Make no mistake: if Republicans hold both houses of Congress this November, Trump will go full authoritarian, abusing institutions like the I.R.S., trying to jail opponents and journalists on, er, trumped-up charges, and more — and he’ll do it with full support from his party.
But why? Is Trumpocracy what Republicans always wanted?
Well, it’s probably what some of them always wanted. And some of them are making a coldblooded calculation that the demise of democracy is worth it if it means lower taxes on the rich and freedom to pollute.
But my guess is that most Republican politicians are spineless rather than sinister — or, more accurately, sinister in their spinelessness. They’re not really ideologues so much as careerists, whose instinct is always to go along with the party line. And this instinct has drawn them ever deeper into complicity.
The point is that once you’ve made excuses for and come to the aid of a bad leader, it gets ever harder to say no to the next outrage. Republicans who defended Trump over the Muslim ban, his early attacks on the press, the initial evidence of collusion with Russia, have in effect burned their bridges.
It would be deeply embarrassing to admit that the elitist liberals they mocked were right when they were wrong; also, nobody who doesn’t support Trump will ever trust their judgment or patriotism again. So the path of least resistance is always to sign on for the next stage of degradation.
“No evidence of collusion” becomes “collusion is no big deal” becomes “collusion is awesome — and let’s send John Brennan to jail.” To some extent this is just human weakness in action.
But there are some special aspects of the modern GOP that make it especially vulnerable to this kind of slide into leader-worship. The party has long been in the habit of rejecting awkward facts and attributing them to conspiracies: it’s not a big jump from claiming that climate change is a giant hoax perpetrated by the entire scientific community to asserting that Trump is the blameless target of a vast deep state conspiracy.
And modern Republican politicians are, with few exceptions, apparatchiks: they are creatures of a monolithic movement that doesn’t allow dissent but protects the loyal from risk. Even if they should happen to lose a race in their gerrymandered districts, as long as they toed the line they can count on “wing nut welfare” — commentator slots on Fox News, appointments at think tanks, and so on.
Even now, I don’t think most political commentators have grasped how deep the rot goes. I don’t think they understand, or at any rate admit to themselves, that democracy really could die just a few months from now.

The other aspect of Republican support is they are racists like Trump, and they want to really keep American white --like Trump-- and know they can't get away with blatant racism like Trump does. So they glom onto him because he can put these racist policies in place. They have put race over country, truly.
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Even Experienced Military Commanders Are Raging Libtards in the Age of Trump

Dear Mr. President:
Former CIA director John Brennan, whose security clearance you revoked on Wednesday, is one of the finest public servants I have ever known. Few Americans have done more to protect this country than John. He is a man of unparalleled integrity, whose honesty and character have never been in question, except by those who don’t know him.
Therefore, I would consider it an honor if you would revoke my security clearance as well, so I can add my name to the list of men and women who have spoken up against your presidency.
Like most Americans, I had hoped that when you became president, you would rise to the occasion and become the leader this great nation needs. A good leader tries to embody the best qualities of his or her organization. A good leader sets the example for others to follow. A good leader always puts the welfare of others before himself or herself. Your leadership, however, has shown little of these qualities.
Through your actions, you have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation.
If you think for a moment that your McCarthy-era tactics will suppress the voices of criticism, you are sadly mistaken. The criticism will continue until you become the leader we prayed you would be.

William H. McRaven, a retired Navy admiral, was commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command from 2011 to 2014. He oversaw the 2011 Navy SEAL raid in Pakistan that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
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Friday, August 10, 2018

The Stupid, It Burns

The guy who started the massive Southern California "Holy" fire, Forrest Clark, is apparently a sovereign citizen who believes in just about every dumb conspiracy theory out there, including QAnon, Pizzagate, Jade Helm 15, flat earth theories, NESARA, Jesuit conservancies, shape-shifting lizard overlords, herbal cancer cures. You name it, he believes it, based on his social media pages.

Literally, the stupid, it burns!

Interesting twitter thread on this guy and the RuSa movement he's part of here:
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Monday, August 06, 2018

Poor Alex Jones

YouTube on Monday said it had banned Alex Jones’s Infowars channel, following similar actions taken against the controversial right-wing conspiracy theorist by other major U.S. technology companies.

After the channel violated YouTube's policies against child endangerment and hate speech, Jones was banned for trying to circumvent the site's enforcement measures, according to a source familiar with the company’s decision. The source said Jones received a 90-day moratorium on livestreaming for violating its policies and that he then tried to promote his flagship radio show on other YouTube pages, prompting a permanent ban.

“When users violate these policies repeatedly, like our policies against hate speech and harassment or our terms prohibiting circumvention of our enforcement measures, we terminate their accounts,” a YouTube spokesperson said when asked for comment.

Jones said on Saturday that he expected the platform to delete his page. Spotify, Apple and Facebook have also taken action against him.

Facebook had faced criticism and scrutiny for allowing Jones to remain on the site, despite his promotion of conspiracy theories such as that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was staged and that survivors of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting were “crisis actors.”

Spotify booted Jones’s podcast from its platform last week, and Apple did the same on Sunday. Facebook followed suit on Monday, kicking Jones off despite remarks by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that appeared to defend Jones and other conspiracy theorists who are active on the social media platform.

He's taking it well--

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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Why Believe the "Official Story" on Trump-Russia Collusion and Not the "Official Story" on 9/11?


Both stories involved an attack on the US by bad foreign actors
-- the 9/11/2001 attacks were done officially by the terrorist group Al Qaeda.
-- the 11/9/2016 installment of Trump as president was officially done by Russia.

Both official stories were formed by information largely from the US intel agencies and media organizations.

Both events were massively disruptive to our body politic, and threatened the stability of the US government.

Both events favored and help promote extreme right-wing policies, with hints of fascism and a police state, particularly both on border control and demonization of Muslims.

Massive tax cuts that favored the rich and caused huge federal budget deficits were pushed through the Federal government after both events.


-- never really made a lot of sense for Al Qaeda's motives. Such a large attack was bound to lead to a massive retaliation and likely destruction of Al Qaeda. Even if Al Qaeda gambled that GW Bush would attack the middle east and cause the rise of a massive Muslim Jihad, this was still an uncertain and major gamble.

-- never made much sense operationally -- how it was run

-- had overwhelming numbers of pre-warnings for the attack that were ignored

-- the military had run hijacking drills previously that mimicked 9/11 and on 9/11 was also running hijacking drills

-- a forensic analysis of the attacks suggested the official story was wrong-- all the oddities I covered on this blog over the years.

-- the GW Bush administration always claimed the official story was right, and they were known liars.

-- the attacks were supported by "confessions" induced by torture, which rendered the confession useless.

-- there were obvious and strong motives for an inside job or false flag operation -- 1) political power and furtherance of a right-wing agenda, 2) launching of major wars against "terror" in the middle east, thus promoting American hegemony and boosting the military industrial complex.

-- the motives are clear for both Trump and Russia and the motives are coherent. Russia wanted more power and Trump was their owned asset who wanted his own power.

-- events subsequent to the 11/9 attack have supported Trump-Russian collusion, for instance Trump's bizarre behavior towards Russia, secret meetings with Putin at the Helsinki summit.

-- the attacks made sense operationally and forensically-- hacking of private emails, election material and a massive pro-Trump anti-Hillary Clinton propaganda campaign that played on American's biases and the susceptibility of the US media to manipulation.

-- Trump repeatedly claimed the official story was wrong, and he is a pathological liar.

-- torture was not used to prop up the official 11/9 story

-- no one is using the 11/9 attacks to push for any form of military war with Russia

-- there is no coherent or logical counter-narrative for Trump-Russia collusion. It's beyond absurd to say that all the obvious evidence we see int he news is purely invented. And why would it be done? To undercut Trump and help the Dems, because the intel agencies are well known liberals? Right. Or to undercut Trump because he threatens the power of the "Deep State"?  There's no evidence that he's doing anything to reform the intelligence agencies or atone for previous crimes by them. Or is it all to promote increased tensions with Russia and renew the cold war? That doesn't seem to stand up to real scrutiny, since really right now, we are maintaining the status quo with Russia for the past several years (despite actions to ease sanctions on Russia by the Trump admin) and they are still attacking our elections and it's clear Putin likes Trump in power.


The bottom line is:

-- for the 9/11 attacks, the official story is incoherent and there was a strong case for an alternative explanation 

-- for the 11/9 Russian attack, the official story is coherent and there was a no logical case for an alternative explanation

This is how I rationalize these two different positions despite some similarities and worries about the sources for the stories.

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Trump Probably Listened in by Speakerphone on the June 2016 Trump Tower Collusion Meeting with the Russians

A growing body of powerful circumstantial evidence suggests Trump may have not only known about in advance but attended—by speakerphone—the June 2016 Trump-Russia meeting at Trump Tower.
... on June 9, 2016, not only was Trump in Trump Tower but he was scheduled to discuss a speech on Clinton dirt with Kushner and Manafort—the same subject as the Russia meeting.
The first question we have to ask is this: "Does *Trump* have a *documented history* of *secretly* listening into *important conversations* in *Trump Tower* via *speakerphone*?" ...
The answer: yes. Trump has a documented history of secretly listening into important conversations in Trump Tower via speakerphone. In a book released in February 2018, Stephen Gilpin describes in detail just such an incident.…
Here's the relevant section of the book, describing a Trump meeting involving (of all people) Michael Cohen. None of the non-Trump Org participants at the meeting were given *any* indication that anyone was secretly listening in on the conversation from the start.
Trump also uses secret speakerphone tactics in his personal meetings in Trump Tower. Here we see described his technique of ruining his male friends' marriages by having their wives secretly listen to Trump talk sex with their husbands via speakerphone.
Trump seems to love the idea of outsiders listening in on conversations via speakerphone that they shouldn't be hearing. He infamously invites TV personalities like Lou Dobbs to listen in on conversations in the Oval Office—even "sensitive discussions."
But it's far worse than that. In June 2016—the *very month* he may have listened in by speakerphone to the Russia meeting at Trump Tower—a massive breaking-news report by Buzzfeed revealed Trump was *systematically eavesdropping on Mar-a-Lago calls*. Trump's obsession with accessing, electronically, *anything* in his perimeter that matters at *all* was further confirmed when his NYC campaign staffers—again, *around the time of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting*—believed their offices were *bugged*.
It isn't just that Trump has eavesdropped on Trump Tower conference rooms, Mar-a-Lago, campaign staff—he's *so* obsessed with secret call surveillance he told Hugh Hewitt, "I assume when I pick up my telephone people are listening to my conversations."
Seen in this light, Trump's accusation that Obama had bugged Trump Tower was either a projection of his own fears *or* a projection of his own *designs*—given his staffers' claims he was bugging them and his clandestine monitoring of Trump Tower conference rooms this decade.
Now we take all that background—Trump eavesdropping on Trump Tower conference rooms, bugging Trump Tower staffers, listening in secretly on phone calls at Mar-a-Lago, and (I might add) being known for *secretly taping conversations like Cohen did*—and we apply it to June '16. 
Trump was—per his lawyer Cohen—heavily involved in *planning* the meeting. And he clearly was so excited about it he couldn't contain himself from *issuing a nationally televised statement* relating to the "dirt" he expected to get from it (his aborted "Clinton dirt" speech).
He knew when it was happening; he knew it'd been set up by his pals/business partners, so—given that and his "Clinton dirt" announcement—he'd reason to think the meeting would be fruitful; and he was spending that day *discussing that topic* with Manafort, Jared, and his son.
Trump knew from his son's communication with Goldstone—which Cohen says Trump knew about—that the Russians were on his side and wouldn't leak his electronic presence at the meeting. And he had sent (per Cohen, it would have to be "he sent") his three top campaign lieutenants.
In other words, Trump was that day in a space he owned/controlled just 20 yards from a meeting of utmost importance to him; the meeting was attended only by people whose discretion he trusted; and he had the technical means (*and* motive *and* inclination) to listen in on it.
And given that the sole business on Trump's agenda that day was to get dirt on Clinton and then craft it into a speech with the help of the three men he'd just sent to a meeting to get that dirt, the question an investigator would ask is, "Why *wouldn't* he have listened in?"
Trump is a notorious micro-manager, and would've been titillated at even indirect contact with the Kremlin—see his response to Papadopoulos announcing himself as a Kremlin intermediary back in March—so given his MO, the odds of electronic surveillance of the meeting are high.
The only people who'd know if Trump was on speakerphone that day are Russian agents (who wouldn't talk for fear of reprisal by Putin); Donald Trump Jr., who lied to Congress; Kushner, who lied to Congress; and Manafort, who NBC reports Trump says could "hurt him" if he flips.
Given Trump's penchant for burning bridges with people he needs—look at what he's done to Cohen—and given that Jr. has already showed he'll lie for his dad and Manafort will keep quiet due to other fears, the man Mueller is most likely to target for a flip is Jared Kushner.
And as if on cue, Trump recently seems to be testing out his bridge-burning with Kushner. A recent report says he "repeatedly" has said, in front of *many* people, that he'd prefer Tom Brady as a son-in-law to the one he got. ...
Mueller has ample circumstantial evidence to back up Cohen's claim Trump knew of the meeting. The problem: Mueller will want testimonial corroboration too—and he's aware that Cohen wasn't at the meeting himself. So he'll want Jared.
As this thread demonstrates, given Trump's history of eavesdropping at Trump Tower and elsewhere—and his lies about the meeting, which emphasize its importance—investigators *must* consider the *very* real chance that Trump attended this conspiratorial meeting via phone.

To be clear, this meeting was about colluding-- conspiring-- with a foreign hostile power to subvert the US electoral process and to get elected leader of a country and bend to the will of that foreign power. It's one of the deepest, most treasonous acts imaginable.

The fact that Republicans continue to cover for Trump despite his lies and clear guilt, suggest they are all under the influence of Russia too-- GOP traitors.  They ALL NEED TO GO TO JAIL.

All the chants of "lock her up" about Hillary were just deeply ironic projection, as these insane traitors need to be locked up for the rest of their lives.
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What Trump-Russian "Collusion" Looks Like, In Terms of Criminal Charges

Just to be clear, as it gets more and more clear every day that the Trump team are guilty as hell-- "collusion" refers to:

Election Fraud
Wire Fraud
Bank Fraud
Computer Crimes/Theft
Computer Crimes/Espionage
Identity Theft
Obstruction of Justice
Witness Tampering
Making False Statements
Money Laundering
Tax Evasion
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The Glory of Alex Jones

Good god, he's close to a stroke there.
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Friday, July 20, 2018

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I didn't know they were so hard up for members!
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Monday, July 16, 2018

Trump-Putin Treason Summit and Ultimate Truths

The collusion is clear and ongoing, as evidenced by the Trump-Putin press conference a few hours ago.

The collusion during the campaign is clear now too. This is just amazing: "Russian hackers went after Hillary Clinton's emails on the same day Trump publicly asked Russia to go after her emails."

Today's Trump - Putin summit was shocking, a complete disgrace. Trump caved to Putin in every possible way.

The US-Russia Summit was a "treason trap", and Trump moronically fell right into it. 

Why though?

Is it just because Trump is so amazingly insecure that he can't abide the thought that he didn't win the election fairly and that Putin helped-- even to the point of committing apparent treason?

Or is Trump being blackmailed by Putin, as the Steele Dossier suggests?

Does Trump just like breaking norms and rules -- being an entitled asshole and getting away with it-- because he knows the GOP won't do anything? Either way, no doubt, Trump is a psychopath, a deeply damaged person. 

Still, could there be another reason though that also fits with his psychopathy?

Sarah Kendzior wrote this back in 2017:

Back in late 2016, I wondered about a deep conspiracy behind Trump's election and postulated a Trump-Putin alliance may be part of a quarantine breakout attempt by the evil PTB. This "as-yet unknown shared enemies" in the quote above maybe the extra-terrestrial quarantiners, who are preventing the evil PTB from escaping the earth. 

Then there are a whole series of articles like this, about the super rich are itching to leave the earth behind and go to a new planet:

"What if the mega-rich just want rocket ships to escape the Earth they destroy?" and "Survival of the richest: The wealthy are plotting to leave us behind".

It's all too weird and deeply fucked up.
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