In the first video, Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams discuss the fascist Biden vaccine mandates.
On their YouTube page:
Governors of 27 states (thus far) have announced that they would oppose President Biden’s announced dictate that any company with 100 or more employees must force vaccines or weekly testing. Biden has announced that he would “roll over” governors who get in the way…but are the storm clouds of rebellion gathering? Also today: Fauci stumped on CNN over “natural immunity.” And – UK shocker: Vax passport dropped amid widespread rebellion in parliament.
And, in this next video they discuss a new study finding that half of Covid hospitalizations are for asymptomatic or mild illness.
The mainstream publication The Atlantic has written about a blockbuster new study undertaken by Harvard and Tufts Medical Schools along with the VA which found that the most important measure of covid intensity may be misleading: half of the “Covid” patients hospitalized were found to have no symptoms or mild symptoms. The implications – especially as hospitalizations are used to justify ever-more restrictive measures – are enormous. Also today: Fauci says no jab no flight and rebellion within the FDA over booster shots.
I listened to one of those conservative talk show personalities this morning, Jeff Kuhner, who has been very good on exposing the Covid, mask and vaccine lies and propaganda. (He says he will have a “Freedom Rally” on September 26th at the Boston State House, FWIW.)
But that’s not what I’m writing about here.
This morning, while he was going on and on and on about the new book by CIA asset Bob Woodward in which Woodward claims that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley tried to undermine Donald Trump’s foreign policy by allegedly cahooting with the Chinese, Kuhner then referred to Biden’s recent authorization of bombings in Afghanistan that murdered several innocent civilians, and Kuhner is calling Biden a war criminal.
However, what about Kuhner’s beloved idol Donald Trump’s murderous bombings in Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, etc.? Has he (or any conservative) ever criticized Trump for those actions?
So the conservatives tend to criticize Democrats who kill innocent civilians overseas, but not really Republicans. People are really partisan now, and lacking in objectivity and moral scruples, I think.
I wrote this post 2 years ago on the 18th anniversary of the September 11th attacks in 2001. So, Saturday is the 20th anniversary and I am reposting this. It gives information that, if you are still very young, your parents and teachers probably didn’t give you about 9/11. And if you are older it gives you information that the brain-dead, zombie government-stenographer mainstream “news” media also didn’t give us, and they still don’t. (I also will have a new post with commentary on this 20th anniversary shortly.)
Today is the 18th anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the New York World Trade Center, the Pentacon, and in Pennsylvania. Where was I on that day? Well, I was here in this same apartment sitting at my table doing some writing and my father (now deceased) called at around 10 am saying that their trip that they were going to go on that day was canceled and he told me why. Hmm.
The government’s propaganda began immediately on that day and after. 99% of the news media were the White House press spokesmen. There was no discussion of the attackers stated motives, or the history of U.S. government and military’s invasions, bombings and occupations of the Middle East in the 10 years prior to that time. Anyone who did mention those things was labeled “Anti-America,” or “blaming America” for the attacks. Sean Hannity has been especially bad in that regard ever since that time. He is the worst of the worst as far as apparatchiks for the national security state are concerned. I just thought I’d mention that.
However, given that Hannity and all the other radio ditto-heads are accepting of the idea that actual U.S. government FBI, CIA etc. abused their powers including FISA spying in the Russiagate fiasco, maybe now some of these obedient worshipers of the national security state can at least consider the possibility that the official 9/11 narrative isn’t what the government has been telling us for 18 years. (But, I am not holding my breath.)
So, I’m sure that a lot of people reading this post will just skim it and not really take it seriously or click on any of the links for further information. This is because they are satisfied with what the government and its spokespeople of the mainstream media have been telling us since September 11, 2001. All these things they haven’t heard about must be merely whack-job “conspiracy theory” and all that. But there are still some people who are open to the truth.
In the years prior to the attacks, Congressman Ron Paul had several times warned that the U.S. government’s interventionist policies and war that it started against Iraq and elsewhere and Iraqi sanctions would cause blowback and retaliation within our shores. (And the response? Crickets.)
It’s amazing just how brainwashed so many people can be by daily propaganda, watching the TV news, listening to chickenhawk warmonger conservative talk radio, and so forth. “Al Qaeda.” “Osama bin Laden,” and “Islamic” were words that people heard over and over and over, but they rarely heard about Saudi Arabia and blowback.
I don’t know what else to write so I will post links to some new and old articles on the subject, and maybe some videos.
Over the years I have reported the findings of scientists, engineers, and architects that indicate that the official story is false.I had an open mind for two reasons.One is that having been an engineering student, I could tell the difference from a building falling down from asymmetrical structural damage and a building blowing up.The other is that having been involved in policy issues in Washington for a quarter century I knew that such a humiliating defeat suffered by the world’s only superpower at the hands of a few Muslim terrorists would have brought instant demands from the White House, Congress, and media for investigation into how every aspect of the American national security state failed simultaneously on one morning.Instead the White House resisted the 9/11 families demands for an investigation for one year and never delivered a forensic investigation.Instead, the country was given a 9/11 Commission Report that was merely the government’s official story of what happened.No heads rolled.No one was fired or even reprimanded.To hold no one accountable for such a massive failure and humiliating defeat is not a believable response if the official 9/11 story is true.
Here is an interview in which Lindauer tells about her experiences:
James Corbett with an hour-long discussion on who was really behind the 9/11 attacks:
And here is a video documentary from Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth explaining the evidence that explosions brought down the World Trade Center, and not the fire caused by planes crashing into the buildings:
I admit it. I’m a “truther.” That’s because the truth is important. And as the late Justin Raimondo wrote, the opposite of a “truther” is a “liar.”
I’ve been working on a post that’s taking a little time, so I should finish it tomorrow. Meanwhile, I’ve had a lot of bookmarked items I’ve needed to catch up on, and here are some of the more important ones:
Gold Star families are dealing the tragic reality of the collapse of America’s mission in Afghanistan: their loved ones died in vain. Some 6300 Americans, military personnel and civilian contractors, were sacrificed for nothing.
The geopolitical wreck known as the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan delivered distressingly little in return for the service, sacrifice, and death of so many Americans – and others, both allied military members and Afghans. Almost overnight a government that turned out to be an international fraud, unable to call upon the loyalty of those it was supposed to serve, disappeared. This could not help but leave friends and family of the dead, as well as the wounded, many of whom continue to suffer from their service, feeling that they lost much, and perhaps everything, for nothing.
Unfortunately, for some the intense pain is made more intense by criticism of the war. To them questioning the value of the cause seems to denigrate the service of those who sacrificed for their country. A plea for peace is seen as an insult to those in uniform.
Accountability is long overdue.
Certainly, both the administration and Congress should review how the withdrawal was handled. However, that is not nearly enough. With America’s participation in the forty-year Afghan civil war over – assuming the War Party is not able to plunge the U.S. back into conflict by backing whatever disparate opposition to the Taliban emerges – Washington’s objectives and management also should be reviewed.
Did the Bush administration develop any alternatives to an invasion? Why did the administration reject the Taliban offer to negotiate a de facto surrender? How badly did the administration’s decision to downgrade the Afghanistan conflict and invade Iraq undermine the war effort, especially the attempt to capture Osama bin Laden at Tora Bora?
What accounted for the fateful decision to shift to nation-building? Did the Bush administration imagine that Afghanistan, too, would be a “cakewalk”? Why did successive administrations insist on creating a government and military along American rather than Afghan lines? How high did the tsunami of deceptions go? To the Cabinet? The President? Members of the congressional War Party? In short, who lied and who was lied to?
Don’t blame Joe Biden for the problems in Afghanistan as U.S. troops are withdrawn and the Taliban takes over the war-torn “graveyard of empires.” Blame George W. Bush. He started the war, based on lies.
Bush started this war of aggression against Afghanistan and authorized the U.S. military to invade a country that had nothing to do with 9/11.
Why did Bush order the invasion, bombing and occupation of Afghanistan in the first place?
After 9/11 the Taliban were harboring al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, and Bush demanded that the Taliban release bin Laden to the U.S. government. The Taliban required Bush to provide evidence of bin Laden’s role in the September 11th attacks, and Bush said, “There’s no need to discuss innocence or guilt. We know he’s guilty.”
Who needs evidence with these things? Certainly not the President of our great USSA, that’s for sure.
The truth is, there was never actual evidence tying Osama bin Laden to the 9/11 attacks, believe it or not. (Although there was a link between bin Laden and the CIA!) Ed Haas at “The Muckraker Report” during the 2000s contacted the FBI regarding why its Most Wanted poster for Osama a.k.a. Usama bin Laden did not mention the 9/11/2001 terrorist attacks, only the 1998 African embassy bombings. Haas wrote:
The Muckraker Report spoke with Rex Tomb, Chief of Investigative Publicity for the FBI. When asked why there is no mention of 9/11 on Bin Laden’s Most Wanted web page, Tomb said, “The reason why 9/11 is not mentioned on Usama Bin Laden’s Most Wanted page is because the FBI has no hard evidence connecting Bin Laden to 9/11.”
Surprised by the ease in which this FBI spokesman made such an astonishing statement, I asked, “How this was possible?” Tomb continued, “Bin Laden has not been formally charged in connection to 9/11.” I asked, “How does that work?” Tomb continued, “The FBI gathers evidence. Once evidence is gathered, it is turned over to the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice than decides whether it has enough evidence to present to a federal grand jury. In the case of the 1998 United States Embassies being bombed, Bin Laden has been formally indicted and charged by a grand jury. He has not been formally indicted and charged in connection with 9/11 because the FBI has no hard evidence connected Bin Laden to 9/11.”
Who knows why just days after the 9/11 attacks, “a special charter flight…whisked 11 members of Osama Bin Laden’s family off to Saudi Arabia” from Boston, according to investigative reporter Greg Palast.
But George W. Bush and Dick Cheney were obsessed with invading Afghanistan and Iraq from the get-go. According to MSNBC and the BBC, and the Washington Post, Bush was planning to start a war against al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan, and a war against Iraq, well before 9/11/2001. (Those Internet links are thanks to Washington’s Blog, which sadly is no longer around.)
Bush started the war in Afghanistan, and did the same against Iraq, also a country that had nothing to do with 9/11. Bush’s father George H.W. Bush started the first war in Iraq, for no good reason, in 1991. That war, the bombings, sanctions and no-fly zones were continued by Bill Clinton, causing the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians throughout the 1990s, leading up to 9/11/2001.
So not only is the Afghanistan failure George W. Bush’s (and Dick Cheney’s) fault, but I am hearing especially conservatives on the radio complaining about now Afghanistan is now going to be an authoritarian, theocratic Sharia Law society, “thanks to Joe Biden.”
But guess what? Thanks to Bush and Cheney, Afghanistan already has been a Sharia Law society since the Bush administration agreed to the new Afghan Constitution in 2004-2005, which makes Islamic Sharia Law as the law of the land there. (Didn’t you know that?)
Afghanistan shall be an Islamic Republic, independent, unitary and indivisible state.
The sacred religion of Islam is the religion of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Followers of other faiths shall be free within the bounds of law in the exercise and performance of their religious rituals.
No law shall contravene the tenets and provisions of the holy religion of Islam in Afghanistan.
And it’s the same in Iraq in its constitution also from the mid-2000s, thanks to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.
The ones to blame for the terrible situation in Afghanistan right now are George W. Bush and Dick Cheney (and all their neocon interventionist cohorts), because foreign interventionism and especially starting wars of aggression against other countries, besides being immoral and criminal, have long-term consequences.
Scott Hounsell of Red State wrote an article regarding CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky whose husband Loren Walensky received $5 million in HHS grants before she was the CDC director but while she was still “chair of the Office of AIDS Research Advisory Council,” part of National Institutes for Health, and a “member of the US Department of Health and Human Services Panel on Antiretroviral Guidelines for Adults and Adolescents,” both government positions in which she worked closely with Dr. Anthony Fauci. (So-called “doctors”).
Just four months later, Walensky’s Lytica received a $16.9 million dollar HHS grant to “develop antibacterial peptides with broad activity against multidrug-resistant bacteria.” Only $5.3 million of that money was initially disbursed to Lytica, and the remaining $11.6 million is scheduled to be disbursed upon the achievement of “certain development milestones.” I have previously worked in the world of grant writing and can tell you most agencies will not give grants to organizations that have existed for less than a year and organizations that have no other stream of funding. In this particular case Crunchbase, which monitors funding for corporations and non-profits, shows that the only funding that Lytica has received to date is the $5.3 million allocated from the grant received.
And, don’t be too shocked:
The fact that Walensky’s grant was not disclosed as a portion of his wife’s [CDC] appointment amounts to a massive lack of transparency. In her financial disclosures, submitted January 13, 2021, she lists her husband’s interest in Lytica Therapeutics as a “spousal holding,” but doesn’t indicate that he is the co-founder of the company and ostensibly working there since he is the inventor of the technology subject to the CARB-X [government-funded] grant. She also doesn’t indicate in that filing that his company is receiving a federal grant from the very agency in which she’s being appointed to a leadership position – and the agency that still has to make decisions on whether to award the additional $11.6 million.
But wait, there’s more. In a subsequent article Hounsell writes of how the CDC then sent a CDC-employed “public affairs specialist” flunky to harass Hounsell regarding the aforementioned article. The flunky accused Hounsell’s article of being based on a “dubious tip” from talk radio personality Howie Carr, on whose show Hounsell appeared.
The flunky emailed the Howie Carr Show and stated, “A little extra digging and you would have found this was all smoke and no fire.”
Hounsell writes that the CDC flunky’s using the word “dubious” is uncalled for, given that Hounsell was “insistent on independently sourcing anything that made it to publishing…”
Throughout my weeks of reporting about the nefarious actions of the NIH, not once was I, or any of my sources, contacted by the NIH. This is completely out of the ordinary. The problem with smoke is that there is always fire. Things don’t give off smoke unless they have reached a temperature at which they are burning. At this point, we can add [the CDC flunky] Mr. McDonald’s trousers to the list of things that are on fire. A little extra digging wouldn’t have merited any change from the fact that the CDC Director’s husband’s 4-month-old company got a multi-million dollar grant from the HHS and had cashed out of the company after this infusion of cash.
Hounsell then sent the CDC flunky a list of questions of his own. Such as, “Were you instructed by any CDC leadership or anyone within Director Walensky’s office to make any contact with Howie Carr or RedState?”
And I especially liked the questions, “Is Director Walensky aware of the party held June 11th with Harvard Students? Were the students required to provide vaccine documentation? Were masks required? If an ‘abundance of caution’ is necessary, why would Loren Walensky not follow his own wife’s directive?”
Heh. I’m sure the Walenskys should have no problem paying for another mansion in the ritzy D.C. area like the $4 million mansion they now have in the ritzy part of Newton, Maskachusetts.
Anyway, like “Dr.” Fauci, we have yet another corrupt parasite employed by the U.S. government, and worse, in the health care industry. Given “Dr.” Rochelle Walensky’s record of ignorance and bad advice, such as advising that children wear the damn masks or be given an experimental pharmaceutical drug injection, I am not surprised by all this.
It’s the 76th anniversary of the U.S. military dropping the atom bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, and slaughtering tens of thousands of innocent civilians. On Monday it will be the 76th year of the U.S. military dropping The Bomb on Nagasaki.
Many Americans are indoctrinated to rationalize the bombings and mass murder as justified, whether to “save millions” more or to “end the war,” or whatever. But it is never justified to murder an innocent person, war or not.
Here are some articles to read that contradict the government-approved official misinformation most people have been given in their government schools and by their parents or elders. The articles also point out the moral depravity of government rulers such as President Harry Truman who authorized the bombings.