Posts Tagged ‘WhoWhatWhy’

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Peter Dale Scott on WhoWhatWhy:

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WHO WILL PULL THE STRINGS DURING TRUMP’S PRESIDENCY?

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Radio segment on the limited hangout…

RUSS BAKER GOES IN-DEPTH ON THE ‘28 PAGES

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What the 28 pages mean.

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Your government admits to hiding 3,603 JFK assassination documents 53 years after the CIA killed Kennedy. Some with head-up-ass syndrome continue to perpetrate the official lie that Oswald acted alone and shot the president for some reason that no one has been able to articulate in over half a century. If you believe that one I’m sure we can do some business together!

LIST OF WITHHELD JFK ASSASSINATION DOCUMENTS

JFK Cover-Up: Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire

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New Boston Bombing Report

 

The US government’s latest report on the Boston Marathon bombing is so full of revealing information buried in plain sight, it seems as if an insider is imploring someone—anyone—to dig deeper. It reads like the work of an unhappy participant in a cover-up.

Properly contextualized, the particulars in the report point to:

•   A Boston FBI agent seemingly recruiting and acting as Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s control officer, interacting personally with him, preventing on multiple occasions serious investigations of Tsarnaev’s activities, and then pleading ignorance to investigators in the most ludicrously improbable manner.

•  The likelihood that the blame game between the US and Russia over who knew what, and when, regarding Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his activities, masks a deeper geopolitical game which may very well point to the sine qua non of most such struggles—the battle for the control of precious natural resources.

•   The sheer inability of well-meaning US government officials—who either may know or suspect that the “official” account of the Boston bombing, with the Tsarnaev brothers as lone wolf terrorists, is utterly false—to come out and state their true beliefs. The most recent report is an example of the necessity of reading between the lines.

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The Boston bombing story has had so many anomalies and problems, that I doubt any honest person can claim to know what really went down last April.  WhoWhatWhy investigates the carjacking witness, “DANNY,” the sole source whose statements implicated Tamerlan and Dzhokar as not only the bombers but also allegedly the murderers of a police officer that night.

Read both parts to get introduced to new suspicious players.

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Russ Baker — who has published 3 of my articles so far — explains the whowhatwhy.com publication and stories from 9/11 Cover Up, Saudis, Syrian war plans, Boston Bombing, NSA spying, corporate media, CIA, propaganda, etc.

The Grim, Relentless March to War with Syria

“Polls show Americans overwhelmingly reject any form of US military intervention in Syria’s civil war, with as little as 4% support for an invasion.  Peace protests have sprung up, with further demonstrations planned this weekend ahead of a likely war vote in both houses of Congress next week. Even active military service members have asserted a resounding rejection of this conflict, some photographing themselves holding signs in front of their faces to avoid retaliation. Images posted to Twitter, Facebook and the wider web state that, “I will not fight for Al Qaeda in Syria.”

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Previously:

Doubts About Who Is Using Chemical Weapons in Syria

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Russ Baker: 1.4 million Americans have “Top Secret” clearance.  None allowed to discuss what they know about US crimes against the Constitution.  Sixty percent of “intelligence” is privatized.

 

Doubts About Who Is Using Chemical Weapons in Syria

By on Sep 3, 2013

America and its allies appear about to launch a war against Syria. The justification is that the regime of Bashar al-Assad is using chemical weapons against the Syrian people. But a closer look raises doubts about whether Assad is using the weapons, whether the US-backed opposition is using them—or some combination. This is a timely must-read.

“The Obama administration and allies claim, with near certainty, that Bashar al-Assad has used lethal gas on his population. But no credible evidence has emerged to confirm this. Conversely, as the West pushes for approval to bomb the Assad regime, some evidence suggests it may instead be the rebels who are using chemical weapons against other rebels—an extension of ongoing ethnic/religious battles being fought with what one UN inspector characterized as “almost medieval savagery.”  CONTINUED

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New York Times Warning: Trust Authorities on Boston Bombing, or You’re Nuts

Disbelieve the government when we tell you to.

Believe the government when we tell you to.

You are not qualified to think.

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