Thursday, January 28, 2010

Deep Black Operations

I regularly read a great website for the current economic information, it's called "Washington's Blog".
Aside from the great alternative reporting on the economic crash, the author has touched on other topics, none more controversial than the events surrounding 911.
Take a look at this summary of the latest on the Anthrax attacks after 911.
Poor Bruce Ivins. Ivins was the patsy, the Oswald of the Anthrax attacks. Now even the Wall Street Journal, the bastion of conservatism, says Ivins simply could not have been the guy who sent the Anthrax. Remember, this was a weaponized, aerosol product that could only be made in the most secure weapons labs.
And remember, who was it sent to? Senator Tom Daschle and Senator Pat Leahy, two people that could have stopped the unconstitutional "Patriot Act". Who else? Tom Brokow of NBC News.
So why would the FBI want to bury this investigation with the corpse of distraught scientist Bruce Ivins?
Please note that British Weapons expert Dr. David Kelly, the man who claimed there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, was also killed. The evidence has been sealed for 70 years.
Now as we have seen, members of the 911 commission are re-thinking the official story. Senior council to the 911 commission John Farmer:
"As senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission, Farmer, who was the attorney general of New Jersey and is the dean of the Rutgers School of Law, investigated the derelict conduct of the national security apparatus.
"Farmer’s verdict: “History should record that whether through unprecedented administrative incompetence or orchestrated mendacity, the American people were misled about the nation’s response to the 9/11 attacks.”

-And taking it one step further, one former intelligence officer has claimed that Dick Cheney was responsable for what happened on 911:

"Pakistan briefed Cheney [about the plans for the terrorist attacks ahead of time] …nations also got wind of this and warned the CIA. We also had two walk-ins to the FBI, one in Orlando, one in Newark, that were dismissed by the FBI because the names were all virgins and not in the FBI data base—the arrogance of stupid bureaucracy.
Cheney saw an opportunity for what Bush called his trifecta, and gave it to him by giving the go-ahead to ISI and Al Qaeda, and ordering up a terrorism exercise that allowed him to send all relevant close-in air defense strip alert craft away from the target areas, and to disable the NORTHCOM normal response to flight path diversion."

Further Reading, lots of links

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