This is probably a little here-and-there theft from the book which has made its way to the publisher. If it ever escapes from there, this can act as advertising. The book details my charge into the valley of death in pursuit of 9/11 Truth. I survived, but Mother Truth has not done so well. A kind of natural period having been placed at the end of the sentence with the Supreme Court’s denial of our Petition for Certiorari, it seems an apt moment to sum up, for anyone who cares. Continue reading
Gladio. Does anybody know what Gladio is, or was, or still is? I certainly didn’t until I was unceremoniously tossed into the snake pit of the attacks of 9/11. Them vipers bite deep, but while you are trying to cope/survive/conquer, you learn a few things. Operation Gladio is/was a NATO/CIA/MI6 effort to be ready when the Russians invaded Europe. It was a “stay behind” secret army, complete with training and caches of equipment that would be useful for the unorthodox warfare that would be necessary against a Soviet occupying force.
People Magazine has its value. Where else would I find just the blurb I was looking for that informed me that Bill O’Reilly’s book about the assassination of JFK would have been a waste of time reading. According to the magazine O’Reilly could find no hard data of conspiracy. Now the phrase “hard data” can have a range of meanings. I have no idea what precisely he is trying to convey, but it is difficult to get around the essential notion that he is happy to be a “comfort to the family”, as he put it, by giving the impression that Lee Harvey Oswald, the official story’s “lone nut”, is all that the country needed to be concerned with. Continue reading
50.4% to 48.1%. So the country is divided…but that divided? Matt Taibbi wrote in Rolling Stone not long ago, that today everyone has their own reality within which to exist and needn’t be disturbed by non-conforming pieces of information. The Right has Fox, the Left has MSNBC, and it is difficult to understand how they reflect the same acreage. Karl Rove didn’t predict the landslide that George Will did, but he left no doubt that Romney would be victorious. Continue reading