Posts Tagged ‘lies’

911 COMMISSION REPORT MYTHMAKER TEAM STRIKES AGAIN!

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

THE NEOCON 911 COMMISSION REPORT MYTHMAKER TEAM
STRIKES AGAIN!
By Guy Razer, LtCol, USAF (Ret) 11Sep08

Isn’t it just amazing that seven years to the day, Lee Hamilton and the “team” unveil yet another great and ignoble conflagration of unadulterated bovine excrement? It astounds most who have actually read their 911 report, which has holes so numerous and gaping that it would make the sequoias and the under the radar NAFTA superhighway pale by comparison, that this group has the unmitigated gall to actually present another so-called independent research document to the American public as some form of actuality!!

Seven years ago our nation suffered through an event so horrible and astounding that it changed forever the US paradigm of perception and our concept of physical reality. The authors still have not released the 911 Commission Report support documents and working papers which are unclassified and are basic requirements for any high school level non-fiction research work. And, when a request for that information was made, a letter was presented. It was signed by the two top ranking commissioners and stated how positively important it was to be transparent in releasing information to the public, yet for some reason they could not expedite the release of the reference materials until 2 January 2009. Find letter here: http://www.archives.gov/foia/9-11-commission-letter.pdf

It seems the one thing they are good at is timing, or more accurately, stonewalling, secrecy, and ignorance!

I contend that the lack of supporting reference documents indicates that the 911 Commission Report is a pre-middle-school intellectual level piece of fiction, and I believe Phillip Zellikow knows exactly what I mean by that, as he was the coordinator and informational gate keeper for the unreasonably compartmentalized individual research teams.

Seven years ago three concrete and steel superstructure skyscrapers of more than 45 stories each explosively collapsed at near free fall speeds neatly into their own footprints. And yes, they were all under the ownership of one man who likes to use the term “Pull it”. Two jet airliners were flown into two of those structures. The math did not work out for the 911 Commission Report mythmakers so they just decided to ignore the third building; WTC7. I repeat, they just decided to ignore the collapse of a 47 story steel and concrete superstructure that would be the largest building in 33 of our United States if it still stood. They just ignored it!!

I ask, “Would you?!” Would you ignore that?? Would you??….if you had responsibility for producing the only official public record investigative report into the most horrendous and mass life taking and changing attack in US history on American soil….just ignore a piece of the investigative puzzle that huge, and then have the arrogance to publish yet another for the record report, this time on Weapons of Mass Destruction?? How could you?? I contend you could not!

I have every heartfelt outpouring of sympathy and respect for those who lost loved ones and portions of their lives on September 11, 2001 to include those that have died and are dying from honorable service to their fellow man since that time, and anyone who contends otherwise will have to deal with me! I am an honorable man and a patriot in search of real answers to real questions that have not, I repeat not, been addressed adequately whatsoever! Another report from the mythmaker team is unacceptable, especially when they have not allowed the slightest bit of transparency into their former, taxpayer funded, official, and on the record preposterous delude!!

All 911 survivors deserve the real truth and we will not be kept from it, as it will not be kept from us!!

Guy S Razer, LtCol, USAF (Ret)

Now Iraq War Was God’s Idea? No, It Was Bush’s Idea!!

Thursday, September 4th, 2008

I Don’t Quite Understand Which Church She Goes To….To Make A Statement Like This!!
Palin: Iraq war ‘a task that is from God’

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http://apnews.myway.com/article/20080903/D92VHQP05.html
Sep 3, 7:23 PM (ET)

By GENE JOHNSON

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told ministry students at her former church that the United States sent troops to fight in the Iraq war on a “task that is from God.”

In an address last June, the Republican vice presidential candidate also urged ministry students to pray for a plan to build a $30 billion natural gas pipeline in the state, calling it “God’s will.”

Palin asked the students to pray for the troops in Iraq, and noted that her eldest son, Track, was expected to be deployed there.

“Our national leaders are sending them out on a task that is from God,” she said. “That’s what we have to make sure that we’re praying for, that there is a plan and that plan is God’s plan.”

Bush To Give Georgia $1 Billion For Attacking Ossetian Civilians!!

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

IF CONGRESS WONT STOP BUSH AND CHENEY, I AM AFRAID PUTIN WILL!! AND IT WILL NOT BE PRETTY!!

US poised to announce $1B in aid for Georgia
By MATTHEW LEE – 14 hours ago
http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5hkpujXdwowTxGmbH5WtpqtnOeaYwD92V01C00
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bush administration plans to roll out a $1 billion economic aid package for Georgia on Wednesday to help the pro-Western former Soviet republic rebuild after Russia’s invasion last month, The Associated Press has learned.

The multi-year proposal calls for spending about half of the total in the administration’s remaining five months in office and recommending that the incoming president and his team continue funding the project when they take over in January, a senior official said.

Both the Democratic and Republican contenders for November’s presidential elections, Barack Obama and John McCain, have expressed support for Georgia’s embattled government in the face of Russia’s invasion.

The package, some of which will require congressional approval, will be a substantial U.S. investment in Georgia but is only half the $2 billion a year in assistance Washington provides its closest Mideast ally, Israel.

The White House and State Department intend on Wednesday afternoon to jointly announce the aid package, which follows a fact-finding and assessment mission to Georgia by Reuben Jeffrey, a senior U.S. diplomat who returned from the country last week, the official told the AP.

Jeffrey has recommended that assistance be sped to Georgia to help it rebuild its economy and infrastracture that was destroyed by Russian tanks, troops and airstrikes, according to the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement.

Specific details of the aid were still being worked out, but large chunks will go toward fixing transportation, utility and other essential facilities damaged in the fighting, the official said.

The aid is aimed at showing concrete U.S. support for Georgian President Mikhail Saakhashvili and his government and is to be announced shortly before Vice President Dick Cheney visits Georgia this week.

It follows increasingly harsh criticism from Bush, Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other top administration officials of Russia’s actions against Georgia and its refusal thus far to comply with the terms of a French-brokered cease-fire.

However, the aid will not be accompanied by threatened punitive measures against Russia that are still being considered and which the administration would like to take in concert with European nations, the official said.

European Union leaders on Monday threatened to delay talks with Moscow on a political and economic agreement unless Russia pulls its troops back from positions in Georgia that they occupied in early August in a dispute over the separatist areas of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

On Aug. 7, Georgian forces attacked South Ossetia, hoping to retake the province, which broke away from Georgia in the early 1990s. Russian forces repelled the offensive and pushed into Georgia.

Both sides signed the cease-fire in mid-August, but Russia has ignored its requirement for all forces to return to prewar positions. Moscow insists the cease-fire accord lets it run checkpoints in security zones of up to 4 miles into Georgian territory.

Russia has now recognized the independence of the two regions, drawing condemnations but little else from the United States and Europe, which have found their leverage with Moscow is limited.

Cheney Better Watch His Step In Georgia! Mr Putin Is Not Jokin!!

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

Putin pledges measured response to NATO warships in Black Sea
20:14 | 02/ 09/ 2008
http://en.rian.ru/world/20080902/116488911.html

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MOSCOW, September 2 (RIA Novosti) – Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday Russia will respond calmly to the presence of NATO warships in the Black Sea. (Russia’s Black Sea Fleet – Image gallery)

“Our response will be calm, not hysterical, but there will definitely be a response,” Putin said.

NATO sent a number of ships, including U.S. warships, into the Black Sea after Russia completed its operation “to force Georgia to peace” on August 12.

The operation came as a response to Georgia’s attack on South Ossetia on August 8.

The U.S. has delivered millions of dollars of what it says is humanitarian aid to its ally Georgia. Russia has however questioned the nature of the deliveries.

“If the talk is about humanitarian aid to one of the parties to the conflict, I believe that…it should go to the victims of aggression, that is to South Ossetia,” Putin said, adding that it was unclear why warships were needed to carry humanitarian aid.

Deputy Chief of the Russian General Staff Colonel General Anatoly Nogovitsyn also said on Tuesday that Russia was concerned over the presence of the five NATO warships in the Black Sea.

Moscow recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent states on August 26, and Putin said it was not that significant for Russia that no other country had so far followed suit. Western countries have condemned the move as an “irresponsible decision.”

Russia said that the decision was taken to protect the region following Georgia’s attack on South Ossetia during which hundreds of civilians were killed and thousands forced to flee the devastated region.

Abkhaz President Sergei Bagapsh told journalists Tuesday that he hoped the republic would be recognized by another 10-11 states.

The Russian premier also said there were no Russian troops in Georgia, including in Poti. “There are no Russian troops on Georgian soil – there are only peacekeeping forces,” Putin said.

A number of Western countries have accused Russia of failing to withdraw troops from Georgia in line with a peace plan agreed on by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy. Moscow has repeatedly said it had withdrawn all troops from the area by August 22.

Putin also said the joint statement signed by European Union leaders at Monday’s summit showed that relations with Europe would develop despite the Georgia conflict.

EU leaders, meeting in Brussels to discuss the situation in Georgia, condemned Russia’s actions in the recent conflict, but stopped short of sanctions.

“Thank God, common sense prevailed. We do not see any extreme conclusions or proposals, and this is very good,” the Russian premier said. “We have a foundation to continue dialogue with our European partners.”

Putin complained that EU leaders failed to condemn Georgia’s aggression, but noted that French President Nicolas Sarkozy had spoken of “the [Mikheil] Saakashvili regime” at a press conference.

“No one talks of ‘the Sarkozy regime’ about the French political system, or ‘the Merkel regime’ about Germany, and no one says ‘the Brown regime’ about Britain, but regarding Georgia ‘the Saakashvili regime’ did not sound unusual,” Putin said.

“This means [Georgia] is not a democratic state, and there is a regime of personal power … There is and can be nothing democratic in its nature,” he said, adding that this provides “certain points of mutual understanding” for Russia and the EU that “can be put forward as a foundation for further dialogue.”

President Medvedev said on Tuesday he regrets the EU does not have a “full understanding” of Russia’s actions to repel Georgian aggression. “This is sad, but not fatal, because everything in this world is changing,” he told Euronews.

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