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A Three Minute Classroom Debate That Shines Light On The Real Truth About “Terrorism”

Prior to the events that transpired on 9/11, “terrorist” attacks were still taking place all over the globe. As a result, national security was increasing, and the fear of a terrorist attack was strong. It wasn’t until 9/11, however, that the idea of an extreme terrorist threat was activated, and a large portion of the world (especially North America) was put into fear/panic mode. The video below really puts things into perspective, and reminds us of how important it is not to believe everything you hear in the mainstream media, especially when it comes to major global events like 9/11. Multiple events (like 9/11 unfortunately) have served as a tremendous tool… Read More

2005: Privatizing the Truth; Bush’s war on information

”We’re an empire now, and when we act,we create our own reality”. Bush aide; Ron Suskind, New York Times Magazine 10-17-04 By Mike Whitney fergiewhitney@msn.com — A great deal of print has been wasted on President Bush‘s inability to tell the truth. In fact, it really makes little difference whether Bush is a pathological liar or not. What is meaningful however is that deception is the primary tool for the maintenance of the state. Transparency and candor are now seen as direct threats to the preservation of the status quo.This suggests that Bush’s lying is not simply a matter of human frailty or corruption, but a clear statement of administration policy.… Read More

2006: The Al Qaeda Myth

Tom Porteous April 12, 2006 Tom Porteous is a syndicated columnist and author who was formerly with the BBC and the British Foreign Office. We now know that Al Qaeda had nothing to do with the London bombings in July 2005. This is the conclusion of the British government’s official inquiry report leaked to the British press on April 9. We now also know that the U.S. military is deliberately misleading Iraqis, Americans and the rest of the world about the extent of Al Qaeda’s involvement in the Iraqi insurgency. This was reported in The Washington Post on April 10, on the basis of internal military documents seen by that newspaper.… Read More

2007: The Great Dollar Crash of 07

Tuesday, 06 February 2007 By Mike Whitney The massive equity bubbles which arose from artificially low interest rates and the deliberate destruction of the dollar by reckless increases in the money supply have shifted trillions of dollars from working class Americans to the predatory aristocrats at the top of the economic food chain. The gulf between rich and poor has grown so wide that it now poses a direct threat to our increasingly fragile democracy. Whatever future developments may prove to be, my best guess is that the US will continue to maintain a faade of Constitutional government and drift along until financial bankruptcy overtakes it.??? Chalmers Johnson, Empire V. Democracy:… Read More

2009: Hundreds protest Bush speech in Saskatoon

A noisy but peaceful crowd of 300 assembled in downtown Saskatoon on Wednesday to protest a speech by former U.S. president George W. Bush. But protesters hoping to boo him in person were disappointed. Bush, in town for a noon-hour speaking engagement at TCU Place, was taken inside the building earlier in the morning and avoided any encounters with the crowd. Security was tight, with dozens of RCMP, Saskatoon city police and U.S. Secret Service agents in the vicinity. Barricades were set up and protesters were kept across the street from the venue, where Bush was speaking to a paying audience of about 2,000. Some of the people in the crowd… Read More

2006: Who are the War Criminals?

by Felicity Arbuthnot Global Research, November 10, 2006 http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=ARB20061110&articleId=3790 Fate certainly deals a strange hand. President Bush Jr., commented on the conviction of President Saddam Hussein, for crimes against humanity, in Waco, Texas, site of the massacre of the Branch Davidian religious group, in April 1993, by the U.S. Army, FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Under President Clinton’s watch, they laid siege to the building from February to April, subjecting those inside to continual sleep deprivation by playing deafening music and even continual screams of rabbits being slaughtered. Finally, surrounded by tanks, massive amounts of CS gas were sprayed in, then military pyrotechnic devices. Between seventy four and… Read More

2008: Federal Reserve Stealing Iraqi Oil Revenues

Kurt Nimmo Truth News February 1, 2008 http://www.truthnews.us/?p=1850 Remember, the neocons told us the invasion of Iraq and the subsequent murder of over a million Iraqis was all about deposing the evil Saddam Hussein and gifting the Iraqi people with democracy. Sure, and I have a pony for sale. Of course, back in 2002 and 2003, when the criminal neocons made these absurd claims, only half wits with GWB bumper stickers on their pickup trucks believed them. Sadly, a large percentage of the American public is comprised of half wits, while an even large percentage, apathetic and decadent, didn’t give a wit about the invasion, so long as they or their… Read More

O’Neill: Iraq Planning Came Before 9/11

  Sat Jan 10, 6:25 PM ET By SCOTT LINDLAW, Associated Press Writer CRAWFORD, Texas – Former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill contends the United States began laying the groundwork for an invasion of Iraq (news – web sites) just days after President Bush (news – web sites) took office in January 2001 — more than two years before the start of the U.S.-led war that ousted Saddam Hussein. “From the very beginning, there was a conviction that Saddam Hussein was a bad person and that he needed to go,” O’Neill told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interview to be aired Sunday night. The official American government stance on Iraq, dating to… Read More