April 23, 2010

US Military Cover-Up of Afghan Civilian Killings

After weeks of lying about the incident, U.S. and allied forces under General McChrystal’s command have finally admitted that Special Operations units killed three innocent Afghan women, two of them pregnant, in a raid on a civilian household in February, 2010. Now it appears that Special Ops personnel may have dug bullets from bodies to cover their tracks and prevent the truth from being revealed. And yet, the forces under McChrystal’s command propose to investigate themselves.

This is unacceptable. We demand an independent, United-Nations-led investigation of the Pentagon’s cover-up of the night raid killings in Gardez and real accountability for those involved.

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April 21, 2010

WTC Building 7 Demolition on 9/11

I am still amazed when I talk to most people about 9/11 and they have not even heard about the THIRD building that collapsed that day -- but wasn't hit by a plane. WTC Building 7 collapsed at the acceleration of gravity, which scientifically means that all of the building's massive support columns had to be physically removed in order the avoid turning its potential (gravitational) energy into kinetic (motion) energy; without this column removal, Building 7 would have fallen much slower and asymmetrically as it converted some of its energy into "crushing" its own support columns on the way down. Instead, we see free-fall acceleration and complete symmetry.

So, how were Building 7's support columns removed???? And where did the molten metal found underneath it come from????

We must find the answers to these and many other questions around 9/11. It's important to our country and the rest of the world.

April 19, 2010

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder

I have read this book entirely. It's very well sourced, thorough, and convincing. I own a copy if anyone wants to borrow it.
Check out the website for more information about the author and the book.

Vincent Bugliosi received his law degree in 1964. In his career at the L.A. County District Attorney’s office, he successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including 21 murder convictions without a single loss. His most famous trial, the Charles Manson case, became the basis of his classic, Helter Skelter, the biggest selling truecrime book in publishing history...

April 11, 2010

9/11 Monthly Update - April

Professionals Demanding 9/11 Truth: Websites

Professionals Demanding 9/11 Truth: Totals

  • 1,100+ Engineers and Architects

  • 400+ Medical Professionals

  • 200+ Senior Military Officers, Intelligence Services and Law Enforcement Veterans, and Government Officials

  • 250+ Pilots and Aviation Professionals

  • 400+ Professors

  • 300+ 9/11 Survivors and Victim Family Members

  • 200+ Artists, Entertainers, and Media Professionals

Also, I just want to add: Yes, I know there are certainly some fringe "crazies" in the 9/11 truth movement, as there are in any movement. HOWEVER listed above are credible organizations of intelligent people, who are invested in discovering the Truth about 9/11. These professionals have exposed themselves to much slander, criticism, humiliation, ridicule, etc. The reason they do it? Not much glory. Instead, it's because of their conscience. It is only RIGHT in a democracy to ask questions and demand answers from government -- which is intended to be of the people, by the people, for the people.

We still live in a very post-9/11 world ("beware the terrorists", etc.). 9/11 is often sited as the act which caused America to begin war in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as create the so-called PATRIOT ACT which robs Americans of basic constitutional rights. 9/11was a crime scene that was never properly investigated, with official conclusions lacking, self-contradicting, and blatantly lying. I really encourage you to listen with an open mind to what these professionals (above) ask concerning this important, historic, and pivotal global issue of 9/11.

Your study will surely take time, but don't most important things? I hope you don't just take my word for it.

April 5, 2010

IRAQ: WikiLeaks Exposes 2007 'Collateral Murder' of Reporters

Namir Noor-Eldeen and Namir Noor-Eldeen were top reporters, not terrorist; but they were still murdered like ones by US military forces in Iraq, 2007.

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Calling it a case of "collateral murder," the WikiLeaks Web site today released harrowing until-now secret video of a U.S. Army Apache helicopter in Baghdad in 2007 repeatedly opening fire on a group of men that included a Reuters photographer and his driver -- and then on a van that stopped to rescue one of the wounded men.

None of the members of the group were taking hostile action, contrary to the Pentagon's initial cover story; they were milling about on a street corner. One man was evidently carrying a gun, though that was and is hardly an uncommon occurrence in Baghdad.

Reporters working for WikiLeaks determined that the driver of the van was a good Samaritan on his way to take his small children to a tutoring session. He was killed and his two children were badly injured.

In the video, which Reuters has been asking to see since 2007, crew members can be heard celebrating their kills.

"Oh yeah, look at those dead bastards," says one crewman after multiple rounds of 30mm cannon fire left nearly a dozen bodies littering the street.

A crewman begs for permission to open fire on the van and its occupants, even though it has done nothing but stop to help the wounded: "Come on, let us shoot!"

Two crewmen share a laugh when a Bradley fighting vehicle runs over one of the corpses.

And after soldiers on the ground find two small children shot and bleeding in the van, one crewman can be heard saying: "Well, it's their fault bringing their kids to a battle."

The helicopter crew, which was patrolling an area that had been the scene of fierce fighting that morning, said they spotted weapons on members of the first group -- although the video shows one gun, at most. The crew also mistook a telephoto lens for a rocket-propelled grenade.

The shooting, which killed Reuters photographer Namir Noor-Eldeen, 22, and driver Saeed Chmagh, 40, took place on July 12, 2007, in a southeastern neighborhood of Baghdad.

WARNING: The following video is not censored, and depicts graphic acts of violence, bloodshed, and inhumanity.


Families of Victims of 2007 US Helicopter Killing React to Leaked Video

Gates on Wikileaks Video


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US Forces Admit Killing Two Pregnant Afghan Women & Teenager

In Afghanistan, US-led forces have admitted to killing two pregnant Afghan women and a teenage girl during a nighttime raid on February 12. Afghan investigators told the Times of London US Special Forces soldiers tried to cover up the killings. US forces reportedly dug bullets out of their victims’ bodies, then washed the wounds with alcohol before lying to their superiors about what happened. One of the women killed was a pregnant mother of ten, and another was a pregnant mother of six. Initially NATO military officials suggested that the women were stabbed to death, or had died by some other means, hours before the raid. In other news from Afghanistan, German troops accidentally killed six Afghan soldiers on Saturday.

Karzai Lashes Out at Western Nations

The killings occur as tension mounts between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Western leaders. Last week Karzai issued a harsh rebuke of Western and United Nations involvement in Afghanistan, criticizing what he called “massive interference from foreigners." On Saturday, he reportedly told a group of lawmakers, “If you and the international community pressure me more, I swear that I am going to join the Taliban.”