9/11 Truth is Still the Issue

Posted in News on December 31, 2010 by dino

With the ninth anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001 fast approaching, The Corbett Report has released an in-depth audio/visual exploration of where the 9/11 Truth Movement stands and where it is heading.Drawing on the thoughts and opinions of Dr. Bob Bowman, Richard Gage, AIA, Aidan Monaghan, Kevin Ryan, Anthony Flammia and many others, “9/11 Truth is Still the Issue” attempts to consolidate the 9/11 Truth movement’s gains and ponder the best way forward for 9/11 researchers and activists.
Download an mp3 audio version of the report by clicking here or watch the Youtube video version in the player below:
From the introduction:
9/11 Truth is the issue for-ending the wars of aggression that have wreaked such havoc on the world and so far resulted in the loss of thousands of Americans and over a million Iraqis, not to mention the scores of Afghanis and Pakistanis that the Western media finds too unimportant to even tally.
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9/11 Truth is the issue for exposing one of the largest swindles in history, the 2.3 trillion dollars that Donald Rumsfeld pronounced “missing” from the Pentagon’s coffers on September 10, 2001, the day before the attack on the most heavily defended building in the world that left the very office that was investigating those missing trillions smoking in ruins.
9/11 Truth is the issue for unraveling decades of manipulation of foreign “terrorist assets” in calculated strategies of tension that have left thousands of dead bodies in their wake, all directly attributable to the machinations of intelligence agencies and their cohorts.
9/11 Truth is one of the few issues that gives any hope at striking at the true root of the system that has acted so concertedly against the interests of the people and resulted in the erection of a control grid to watch over the populace for the benefit of the plutocrats, the well-connected and the banksters

James Corbett 

The Corbett Report

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At least 34 people, including women and children, were killed and 83 others were wounded in an attack. Iran nabs eight more terror suspects who were funded by America and England!

Posted in News on December 17, 2010 by dino

 

Iran nabs eight more terror suspects
Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:38PM


Iran has arrested eight terrorists connected to the deadly terror bombing in the Iranian southeastern city of Chabahar that killed and wounded scores of people.

Special security forces, in an intelligence operation, succeeded in identifying and captured eight more terrorist tied to the attack in southern Sistan-Baluchestan Province, according to an informed source in Iran’s Intelligence Ministry, quoted by ISNA on Thursday.

The terror bombing took place at the Imam Hussein (PBUH) mosque in Chabahar on Wednesday as crowds had gathered to participate in mourning ceremonies commemorating the martyrdom of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the third Shia Imam.

At least 34 people, including women and children, were killed and 83 others were wounded in an attack.

Another Intelligence Ministry official announced Wednesday that three terrorists that entered Iran from “one of the neighboring countries” planned to carry out blind attacks in southern and eastern parts of the country.

“One of them was killed in a clash with Intelligence Ministry forces,” the official said.

The second terrorist, according to the official, was nabbed as he tried to flee the country “but, unfortunately, the third terrorist was able to carry out the attack.”

One of the perpetrators of the attack was arrested on Thursday on the Iranian border with Pakistan, Deputy Governor of the Sistan-Baluchistan province Jalal Sayah said on Thursday.

Jundallah, a Pakistani-based terrorist group that has carried out a number of bombings, assassination attempts, and terror attacks in the southeastern province, claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement published by the Saudi-owned al-Arabiya satellite news channel.

Jundallah’s leader Abdolmalek Rigi was arrested by Iranian intelligence forces in February 2010 and executed in June for 79 counts of terror offenses, including armed robbery, bombing campaigns and armed assaults on police and civilians.

In his confessions, Rigi confirmed that the terror group received training in Pakistan and that “certain Pakistani officials issued travel documents for the terrorists,” Iran’s deputy interior minister said earlier on Thursday.

Rigi also revealed details of his dealings with US government and military operatives in a televised confession, saying that he was promised unlimited funds and resources for “waging an insurgency” in Iran.

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2012 Is Coming! Ron Paul says a run in 2012 is not off the table!

Posted in News on December 17, 2010 by dino

Fox news is printing lies and wants Americans to die in a war with Iran.

Posted in News on December 13, 2010 by dino

Iran Continues On Its March to a New World Order — When Will We Put An End to It?

By Reza Kahlili (Reza Kahlili is a pseudonym for an ex-CIA spy who requires anonymity for safety reasons. “A Time to Betray,” his book about his double life as a CIA agent in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, was published by Simon & Schuster in April. )

Published December 09, 2010

| FoxNews.com

This quote from the article is criminal treason

“Iran now holds the largest inventory of missiles in the Middle East (over a thousand).While the Guards continue working on their missile delivery system, they have also been working on a parallel nuclear bomb project in collaboration with North Korea.”

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Address by
H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Before the
65th Session of the United Nations General Assembly
New York
23 September 2010

“The nuclear bomb is the worst inhumane weapon and which must totally be eliminated. The NPT prohibits its development and stockpiling and calls for nuclear disarmament.

Nonetheless, note what some of the permanent members of the Security Council and nuclear bomb holders have done:
They have equated nuclear energy with the nuclear bomb, and have distanced this energy from the reach of most of nations by establishing monopolies and pressuring the IAEA. While at the same time, they have continued to maintain, expand and upgrade their own nuclear arsenals.

This has entailed the following:

Not only the nuclear disarmament has not been realized but also nuclear bombs have been proliferated in some regions, including by the occupying and intimidating Zionist regime.

I would like here to propose that the year 2011 be proclaimed the year of nuclear disarmament and “Nuclear Energy for all, Nuclear Weapons for None.”

 

ENTIRE SPEECH>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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The real hidden nuke plant is the Dimona nuclear power-plant in israel

 

Ron Paul – In the Name of Patriotism (Who are the Patriots?)

Posted in News on December 13, 2010 by dino

Ron Paul – In the Name of Patriotism (Who are the Patriots?)

Ron Paul- “Questions to consider:” -btw Dr. Paul acts just like a President should.

Posted in News on December 11, 2010 by dino

Questions to consider:

Number 1: Do the America People deserve know the truth regarding the ongoing wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen?

Number 2: Could a larger question be how can an army private access so much secret information?

Number 3: Why is the hostility mostly directed at Assange, the publisher, and not at our governments failure to protect classified information?

Number 4: Are we getting our moneys worth of the 80 Billion dollars per year spent on intelligence gathering?

Number 5: Which has resulted in the greatest number of deaths: lying us into war or Wikileaks revelations or the release of the Pentagon Papers?

Number 6: If Assange can be convicted of a crime for publishing information that he did not steal, what does this say about the future of the first amendment and the independence of the internet?

Number 7: Could it be that the real reason for the near universal attacks on Wikileaks is more about secretly maintaining a seriously flawed foreign policy of empire than it is about national security?

Number 8: Is there not a huge difference between releasing secret information to help the enemy in a time of declared war, which is treason, and the releasing of information to expose our government lies that promote secret wars, death and corruption?

Number 9: Was it not once considered patriotic to stand up to our government when it is wrong?

Thomas Jefferson had it right when he advised ‘Let the eyes of vigilance never be closed.’

I yield back the balance of my time.
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Entire speech:

TRANSCRIPT:

WikiLeaks release of classified information has generated a lot of attention in the past few weeks. The hysterical reaction makes one wonder if this is not an example of killing the messenger for the bad news. Despite what is claimed, the information that has been so far released, though classified, has caused no known harm to any individual, but it has caused plenty of embarrassment to our government. Losing our grip on our empire is not welcomed by the neoconservatives in charge.

There is now more information confirming that Saudi Arabia is a principal supporter and financier of al Qaeda, and that this should set off alarm bells since we guarantee its Sharia-run government. This emphasizes even more the fact that no al Qaeda existed in Iraq before 9/11, and yet we went to war against Iraq based on the lie that it did. It has been charged by experts that Julian Assange, the internet publisher of this information, has committed a heinous crime, deserving prosecution for treason and execution, or even assassination.

But should we not at least ask how the U.S. government should prosecute an Australian citizen for treason for publishing U.S. secret information that he did not steal? And if WikiLeaks is to be prosecuted for publishing classified documents, why shouldn’t the Washington Post, the New York Times, and others also published these documents be prosecuted? Actually, some in Congress are threatening this as well.
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The New York Times, as a results of a Supreme Court ruling, was not found guilty in 1971 for the publication of the Pentagon Papers. Daniel Ellsberg never served a day in prison for his role in obtaining these secret documents. The Pentagon Papers were also inserted into the Congressional record by Senator Mike Gravel, with no charges of any kind being made of breaking any national security laws. Yet the release of this classified information was considered illegal by many, and those who lied us into the Vietnam war, and argued for its prolongation were outraged. But the truth gained from the Pentagon Papers revealed that lies were told about the Gulf of Tonkin attack. which perpetuated a sad and tragic episode in our history.

Just as with the Vietnam War, the Iraq War was based on lies. We were never threatened by weapons of mass destruction or al Qaeda in Iraq, though the attack on Iraq was based on this false information. Any information which challenges the official propaganda for the war in the Middle East is unwelcome by the administration and the supporters of these unnecessary wars. Few are interested in understanding the relationship of our foreign policy and our presence in the Middle East to the threat of terrorism. Revealing the real nature and goal of our presence in so many Muslim countries is a threat to our empire, and any revelation of this truth is highly resented by those in charge.

Questions to consider:

Number 1: Do the America People deserve know the truth regarding the ongoing wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen?

Number 2: Could a larger question be how can an army private access so much secret information?

Number 3: Why is the hostility mostly directed at Assange, the publisher, and not at our governments failure to protect classified information?

Number 4: Are we getting our moneys worth of the 80 Billion dollars per year spent on intelligence gathering?

Number 5: Which has resulted in the greatest number of deaths: lying us into war or Wikileaks revelations or the release of the Pentagon Papers?

Number 6: If Assange can be convicted of a crime for publishing information that he did not steal, what does this say about the future of the first amendment and the independence of the internet?

Number 7: Could it be that the real reason for the near universal attacks on Wikileaks is more about secretly maintaining a seriously flawed foreign policy of empire than it is about national security?

Number 8: Is there not a huge difference between releasing secret information to help the enemy in a time of declared war, which is treason, and the releasing of information to expose our government lies that promote secret wars, death and corruption?

Number 9: Was it not once considered patriotic to stand up to our government when it is wrong?

Thomas Jefferson had it right when he advised ‘Let the eyes of vigilance never be closed.’ I yield back the balance of my time.

Iran has a good check and balance system! Iran should be envy of the free world!

Posted in Mass Media Deception, News on December 5, 2010 by dino

• The Majlis of Iran comprises 290 members elected for four-year terms.

• The Majlis drafts legislation, ratifies international treaties, and approves the national budget. All Majlis candidates and all legislation from the assembly must be approved by the Council of Guardians.

• The Council of Guardians comprises twelve jurists including six appointed by the Supreme Leader. The others are elected by the Parliament from among the jurists nominated by the Head of the Judiciary.

• The Council interprets the constitution and may veto Parliament. If a law is deemed incompatible with the constitution or Sharia (Islamic law), it is referred back to Parliament for revision.

• In a controversial exercise of its authority, the Council has drawn upon a narrow interpretation of Iran’s constitution to veto parliamentary candidates. The Expediency Council has the authority to mediate disputes between Parliament and the Council of Guardians, and serves as an advisory body to the Supreme Leader, making it one of the most powerful governing bodies in the country.

• The Supreme Leader appoints the head of Iran’s Judiciary, who in turn appoints the head of the Supreme Court and the chief public prosecutor.

• There are several types of courts including public courts that deal with civil and criminal cases, and “revolutionary courts” which deal with certain categories of offenses, including crimes against national security. The decisions of the revolutionary courts are final and cannot be appealed.

• The Special Clerical Court handles crimes allegedly committed by clerics, although it has also taken on cases involving lay people. The Special Clerical Court functions independently of the regular judicial framework and is accountable only to the Supreme Leader. The Court’s rulings are final and cannot be appealed.

• The Assembly of Experts, which meets for one week annually, comprises 86 “virtuous and learned” clerics elected by adult suffrage for eight-year terms. As with the presidential and parliamentary elections, the Council of Guardians determines candidates’ eligibility.
• The Assembly elects the Supreme Leader and has the constitutional authority to remove the Supreme Leader from power at any time. It has not challenged any of the Supreme Leader’s decisions.

• Local City Councils are elected by public vote to four-year terms in all cities and villages of Iran. According to article seven of Iran’s Constitution, these local councils together with the Parliament are “decision-making and administrative organs of the State”. This section of the constitution was not implemented until 1999 when the first local council elections were held across the country. Councils have many different responsibilities including electing mayors, supervising the activities of municipalities; studying, planning, co-ordinating and implementing of social, cultural, educational, health, economic, and welfare requirements of their constituencies.