Bombshell Investigation Reveals Joe Biden Could Face WAR CRIMES Charges After Killing Innocent Children in Kabul Drone Strike
The Times investigation reveals that the U.S. killed “the wrong person” in a report accompanied by security camera footage that shows the target, Zemari Ahmadi, innocently filling water canisters for his family.
Patrick J. Buchanan: 20 Years after 9/11—Are We Better Off?
The triumphant Taliban of today are far stronger than were the Taliban of 2001 who fled at the approach of the Northern Alliance. Al-Qaida is now present in many more countries than it was when we first launched the Global War on Terror.
Nor is the America of 2021 the hubristic self-confident country of George W. Bush and the neocons who were going to convert the Middle East into something like our Middle West and advance from there “with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in our world.”
Our country is a changed place from 2001. Gone are the unity, confidence and resolution. And how have all our interventions gone?
BBC Admits Syria Chemical Attack Documentary Had “Serious Flaws”
FRIDAY, SEP 10, 2021
The BBC’s Executive Complaints Unit (ECU) has admitted there were “serious flaws” in a Radio 4 documentary by journalist Chloe Hadjimatheou on the alleged 2018 chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma.
On 2 September, the UK national broadcaster issued a statement which read:
“The ECU found that, although they were limited to one aspect of an investigation into a complex and hotly contested subject, these points represented a failure to meet the standard of accuracy appropriate to a program of this kind.”
… The documentary in question dealt with an alleged chemical attack in the city of Douma in 2018, and included an account by a former inspector with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), identified as ‘Alex’ during the program, who expressed concerns about the conclusions of the OPCW on the matter.
In 2019, ‘Alex’ teamed up with Wikileaks to expose the OPCW for allegedly doctoring a report over the Douma chlorine attack, as OPCW officials notably avoided revelations from the fact-finding mission which may point to terror groups having been behind the purported gas attack.
We never should have regime changed them in the first place. The University of Alaska, Fairbanks proved in a 4-year, peer reviewed study that Building 7 did not collapse from fires on 9/11. All of the 80 vertical columns had to “near-simultaneously” collapse (at the same time), which Afghanis could not have done.
Also, jet fuel didn’t take down the twin towers, proven beyond the shadow of doubt by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth.
The USA followed FOX News instead of the HOLY Spirit in our post-9/11, reverse-Christian, regime-change wars.
Taliban has access to $85 billion US weapons, Republican congressman warns | Afghanistan Crisis
Almost everything about American involvement in Afghanistan has been a lie, from the original excuse to invade after 9/11 to the notion that no one could have predicted how quickly Afghanistan security would collapse as the US withdrew. As Thomas DiLorenzo writes, after a close study of true history, “...one realizes the breath-taking enormity of the lies and falsehoods about American history that have been concocted by generations of court historians in service of the state and statism – of the ruination of America.” The Biden administration and its servile generals were warned by military intelligence not to evacuate the Bagram military base until after all US and NATO personnel and their camp followers had been evacuated, but they did so anyway. As U.S. Army veteran and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Sean Parnell said, “our generals are more concerned about fighting Tucker Carlson than they were the Taliban.” During the 20 years of occupation and conflict, military officials continually lied to Congress about both the claimed military successes and the continued need for a military presence in the country supposedly to keep “terrorism from descending upon America.” The phony war on terror has been the defining fib that has driven everything about US occupation of Afghanistan. Osama bin Laden was never anything but a CIA controlled mercenary who had nothing to do with planning the attacks on 9/11. The US claimed that Afghanistan was harboring bin Laden and al Qaeda to cover for other globalist agendas. It was a lie, and so was the raid in Pakistan that claimed to have killed him. But after 20+ years of useless intervention warfare, and failed nation building, even the globalists saw it was time to pull the plug on this hell hole of money and bloodshed—but only because they hope to achieve other evil agendas in the process. …
“A lot of times they would say ‘We can’t leave; we can’t leave.’ The one that aggravated me the most: ‘We can’t lose face.’ We lose tens of thousands of people and kill a million, and they say: ‘We can’t waste those lives in the past.’ Well, they’re already wasted. There are lessons to be learned.” – Ron Paul
Ron Paul predicted 10 more years in 2011, stating the war wasn’t even Constitutional to start with, and the Taliban are not al Qaeda.
Newsweek now admits it — now when it’s too late. They opposed and ignored Ron Paul when he was in Congress.
Mainstream Media Rediscovers Decade Old Ron Paul Afghanistan Speech: “He Was Right”
MONDAY, AUG 16, 2021
There’s always a clip… the great Ron Paul predicted everything. While horrific scenes from Kabul airport drove headlines in the West, former Congressman Paul’s words are trending once again. Newsweekof all outlets is on Monday running a simple headline: ‘Ron Paul Was Right’.
In 2011, two years before he retired from Congress, he stepped to the House floor to take up the question of ‘should we leave Afghanistan’. He said exactly ten years ago: “If we don’t get out now, we’ll be there for another ten years.”
…he began the prescient and prophetic floor speech.
“If we don’t we’ll be there for another decade – will be my prediction. The American people are with us.”
He went on at the time to once again warn of the perils of nation-building and of foreign intervention, and “democracy building”. He predictions were so right on that on Monday even the mainstream media is “rediscovering” the remarks.
… “We can’t change Afghanistan,” he said. “Even if you could, you’re not supposed to. You don’t have the moral authority, you don’t have the constitutional authority.” …
Dr. Paul proven right once again… watch the full speech below:
George W. Bush Admits to Explosives Being in WTC during 9/11. In this video of his speech on the 5th anniversary of 9/11, Bush admitted to explosives in the WTC attack as if the terrorists themselves planted the explosives, “set high enough so that the people above wouldn’t be able to escape.” Of course, everyone knows the terrorists couldn’t have had access to the buildings to load remote controlled charges high up in the WTC, so his admission hints that he may have been trying to explain away the fact that the buildings came down by controlled demolition, without saying drawing attention to how terrorists could have done that.
On Friday September 15 , President George Walker Bush gave a press conference, and near the beginning of the conference he says;
“…For example, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed described the design of planned attacks of buildings inside the U.S. and how operatives were directed to carry them out. That is valuable information for those of us who have the responsibility to protect the American people. He told us the operatives had been instructed to ensure that the explosives went off at a high — a point that was high enough to prevent people trapped above from escaping…”
Putin’s ‘City-Killer’: Russia Launches World’s Largest Nuclear-Armed Submarine
It’s being popularly dubbed“Putin’s city-killer” – and is also being widely acknowledged as the largest submarine in the world to be built for 30 years: Russian Navy’s ‘Special Mission’ K-329 Belgorod has been put to see for the first time within the past days, undergoing sea trials.
Estimated at 178 meters (584 feet) long and about 15 meters (49 feet) across, it’s twice the size of the UK Royal Navy’s largest submarines, but more impressively is equipped with AI-guided nuclear tipped underwater drones which according to one prominent Western source are capable of hitting coastaltargets lying 6,000 miles away.
The greatest peace activist of all time, General Smedley Butler, produced the timeless little 1935 book War is a Racket. As Butler described it, “I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers.” …
20:45 “It’s not enough that brave men die. They must die for truth. … I would venture to say that the vast, vast majority of the soldier who have died on the battlefields or world history have died defending a lie.”
But then Chuck justifies the American Revolution, which James Perloff exposes as another lie. I tried to share this with Chuck on his Facebook page, and he banned me.
The ‘24’ Effect: How ‘Liberal Hollywood’ Carried Water For Torture
Since one of the more discussed enhanced interrogation techniques involved waterboarding, Hollywood was at least one of the constituencies that, wittingly or not, helped carry the CIA’s water. …
..conservatives — could hardly have had a better ally than the images of torture in TV and movies, particularly in the face of “ticking-bomb scenarios.” …
Not only has torture become more frequent since the Sept. 11 terror attacks, but the acceptance of those depictions in entertainment has been cited as a point of reference – and even an endorsement of the tactics.
A lengthy 2007 New Yorker piece by Jane Mayer about the politics of “24” emphasized a declaration by conservative talkradio host Laura Ingraham that its hero’s popularity was “as close to a national referendum that it’s O.K. to use tough tactics against high-level Al Qaeda operatives as we’re going to get.”
Mayer also noted that an advisory panel to the U.S. intelligence community studied the issue and concluded “most observers, even those within professional circles, have unfortunately been influenced by the media’s colorful (and artificial) view of interrogation as almost always involving hostility.”
“If the founding fathers were truly Christian they would have rendered unto Caesar that minimal 3 cent custom duty on tea, instead of going to war and causing bloodshed and the death of tens of thousands of people.” – James Perloff
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Spingola Speaks w/ Deanna Spingola – August 17, 2019
I was Deanna Spingola’s guest live on her RBN radio show. Main topic: Who really wrote the Declaration of Independence? We looked at some of the darker aspects of America’s origins and history. Archived as Hour 1 and Hour 2.
Songfacts: How did you come up with that song? It seems so unusual – so long and it changes gears in the middle.
Farner: Initially the song came to me after I said my prayers one night and I put a P.S. on the end of my prayers. I asked God to give me a song that would touch the hearts of people that the Creator wanted to get to. I got up at 3 o’clock in the morning – I’m always getting up at different times of the night and writing things down. A lot of them are not songs but this happened to be one.
I got up and I wrote it, and as I’m writing it, I’m between the state of subconscious and conscious. I’ve got one foot in dreamland and my pen is writing these words down. It didn’t make a whole lot of sense. It was kind of weird, I thought, as I was writing it. I didn’t sit there on the edge of the bed and read it over and over, I just wrote it down, and when I got to the end of it, I just folded it over and put it on the nightstand. There it was.
Well, in the morning, I got up, I was drinking my coffee, I was looking at the horses out in the pasture, and I got my feet kicked up. I thought, I’ll grab my flattop here. I had an acoustic George Washburn, a resonant guitar from my kitchen – everybody would grab it when they came here. I started playing. Wow, that’s nice, what the heck is that?Then I made that C chord. I made a mistake. I was going for the G and it was a little short and I hit the C. And I looked down because that chord spoke to me in such a way. I’ve never heard that come out, that inversion of the C. I thought, Wow, that’s a cool chord. Then I thought maybe with those words in the other room, maybe that’s a song, so I grabbed the legal pad and laid it down on the table next to my coffee and I just started strumming. “Everybody…” And it just started coming out. …
FOREWORD: I do not expect this two-part article to be very popular among American patriots, many of whom are my dear friends. They are among the core of America’s best citizens; men and women who fight to protect constitutional liberties from the police state, and to preserve U.S. national sovereignty from the tyranny of world government.
The following article raises questions about the American Revolution, which many patriots regard as the foundation of their beliefs. It can be dangerous to shake a good man’s foundation – even if the foundation is flawed – because it might cause him to question his worldview, and weaken his resolve. However, no historical event should be held so sacred as to be immune to examination. Our country is in too much trouble to make truth secondary.
Many patriots say the solution to our problems is to return to the “principles of the Founding Fathers.” I strongly agree with this view in part; I certainly believe in limited government and the Bill of Rights, and that these fundamental doctrines have been eroded to the point of national peril. However, I also believe that much of the trouble actually traces to America’s founding. Despite ubiquitous descriptions of the Founding Fathers as Christians, revolutions are – with rare exceptions – contrary to Biblical doctrine. In Part II, we will explore this issue, and the revolution itself in depth. Right now, we focus on the flashpoint that ignited the war between Britain and her American colonies. Continue reading “Perloff: The American Revolution Part I: The Secrets Buried at Lexington Green – Who Really Fired “The Shot Heard Round The World?””→
17:20 “I think so far there is more unscientific gobbledygook going out there than real scientific activity they should be working on.”
34:35 “Truth will come out. It’s just too bad we can’t do that before the crisis hits. We should be able to do that on foreign policy too. Daniel and I worked so hard trying to send out a message prior to the invasion of Iraq…. Then thousands and thousands of people died, and finally it became known as the ‘stupid war.'”