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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Back to Cold, Depressing Reality

Apart from the many other signs the US is turning towards a militarized totalitarian third world nation with nukes, while the global economy collapses, and signs of global warming catastrophe, we have this ridiculous story-- 9/11 verdict is 'US propaganda for waging war on Iran:
Director of the Center for Research on Globalization Michel Chossudovsky has told RT that calling Iran’s officials - including the supreme leader - guilty of helping the 9/11 attackers is nothing but “a ploy.”

On Thursday, families of victims of the September 11th 2001 attacks won a default judgment against Iran, the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and Lebanon-based Hezbollah. According to the lawsuit, people in Iran – including Ayatollah Ali Khamenei- provided support to the terrorists who went on to attack civilians on US soil.But Mr. Chossudovsky told RT he believes it’s nothing but a cover-up, with Iran as a convenient fall guy.

“There is absolutely no evidence that Iran aided the 9/11 attacks. There is ample evidence after collection that there was conspiracy and the complicity of the US government… There is absolutely no evidence that Al Qaeda or the Taliban were involved in the 9/11 attacks. In fact, if there is anyone behind Al Qaeda, it was the Central Intelligence Agency, going back to the Soviet Afghan war”, Chossudovsky said.

And this latest court ruling is part of the plan, according to Chossudovsky. “We are dealing with fabrications whereby a war agenda, which has been on the Pentagon’s drawing board for many years, is now seeking justification to go live – and we’ve seen the drone attacks, we’ve seen the sanctions.”


Anonymous Anonymous said...

signs of global warming catastrophe,

Tell that to the increasing Arctic ice.


Tell that to the huge number of scientists who are suing Al Gore for his global warming claim fraud.


Tell that to the increasing Antarctic ice.


9:14 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

That last link is not convincing at all, but the first two are interesting. I'll check those out. Thanks.

7:52 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

This link is somewhat more thorough and addresses the idea that the arctic ice is shrinking. Hint, it doesn't seem to be.

1:07 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

As far as oil/gas companies being in favor of carbon taxes, I think this is a complicated issue, but first, doesn't really make a huge amount of sense. It may be that they see the science and are trying to make the best of it in public, while denying it in private.

This passage doesn't make a lot of sense:
"“It is easier and more politically expedient to support a cap-and-trade approach, because the public will never figure out where it is hitting them,” said Tillerson. “They will just know they hurt somewhere in their pocketbook,” he added, pointing out that he disagreed with this convoluted method of introducing a carbon tax, arguing instead that it would be more successful to openly propose a straight carbon tax."

First Tillerson says that cap-and-trade is easier to get the public to accept, but then he says it would be more successful to have just a straight carbon tax? Something is goofy there.

1:12 PM  

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