- It's starting.
- The nauseating stream of cynical, career-boosting political
ceremonies and self-glorifying media retrospectives supposedly to "honor"
the 9-11 dead.
- It's not enough that over 3,000 innocent people were
murdered in cold blood by acts of fraud and/or treason.
- Now the people who are responsible both for the act itself
and the deliberately false reporting afterwards - through stupidity, venality
and/or direct intention - will honor themselves, and their seemingly unassailable
position in society, by standing on the graves of the victims and spouting
speech writer's pieties.
- (That self-propelled piece of human garbage Peggy Noonan
must be working overtime right now.)
- It could be pretty discouraging except for one bright
- The Internet.
- I am constantly learning new things about 9-11, 99% of
which can be found buried deep in mainstream press accounts. It's all there
for anyone with eyes, but without the Internet it would have been impossible
to put it together so fast - and spread the information so widely.
- My latest "find."
- Why didn't military jets scramble on 9-11? We've been
told "there was no time" (a lie) - and "there was no precedent"
(another lie.) So what's the truth about America's air defense?
- The answer:
- How often were jet fighters scrambled over US air space
between 9/11 2000 and June 2001, the year BEFORE 9/11 2001?
- 67 times
- That's right 67 times, the US scrambled fighter jets
over US air space to address perceived threats.
- 67 times! But they couldn't get themselves going on 9-11.
- They knew, they saw, and they sat and did nothing. Then
they lied about it. That's 9-11 in a nutshell.
- I found this little bit at CooperativeResearch.org.
- And it came straight from the AP itself - nearly a full
year after the attack. As Noam Chomsky has pointed out, the press eventually
gets around to reporting everything, but not in one place and not at one
time and usually long after the fact.
- The Internet is the great de-scrambler of this old-time,
ongoing information shell game. The Internet lets us reassemble fragmented
and carefully segregated facts into a comprehensible picture. "Now
you see it, now you don't" only works when you lack an instant replay
- Hats off to Paul Thomspon and the many researchers whose
work he's organized on his site "The Complete 9/11 Timeline"
Either on this site or through a link on it, you can get to just about
any research of value on the 9-11 mass murder and accompanying media-government
- This is what journalism would look like it there were
truly a free press in America.
- To those who would be discouraged, this is not the Vietnam
War or Iran-Contra or even the Clinton administration when the propaganda
machine hugely outgunned all attempts at getting the truth out.
- Nearly 60% of the US population has access to the Internet
now, the credibility of the corporate/military media has never been lower,
and the 'easy money' days are over for the foreseeable future. None of
these things bode well for the system.