Monday, December 21, 2015

Finally got a chance to watch "Incontrovertible" by Tony Rooke.  You need two hours and please get your friends and family to watch it.  Shows in more detail, not only the lies, but how government agents intimidate, fine and control those individuals who question the "official story". Thx Tony Unplugged.


  1. Still trust the NIST report on 911? Check out this recent report by Sharyl Attkisson:

  2. The look on the Demolition expert Jowenko's face tells the whole story. Funny how a number of these folk including Jowenko are dead now, maybe coincidence.

  3. Dr Steve, Have you listen to this? Alex Jones talks with former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura about Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

  4. Merry Christmas to all who observe.
    Here's something to be thankful for:


    Martin Dempsey:

    ‘Our policy of arming the opposition to Assad was unsuccessful and actually having a negative impact,’ the former JCS adviser said. ‘The Joint Chiefs believed that Assad should not be replaced by fundamentalists. The administration’s policy was contradictory. They wanted Assad to go but the opposition was dominated by extremists. So who was going to replace him? To say Assad’s got to go is fine, but if you follow that through – therefore anyone is better. It’s the “anybody else is better” issue that the JCS had with Obama’s policy.’ The Joint Chiefs felt that a direct challenge to Obama’s policy would have ‘had a zero chance of success’. So in the autumn of 2013 they decided to take steps against the extremists without going through political channels, by providing US intelligence to the militaries of other nations, on the understanding that it would be passed on to the Syrian army and used against the common enemy, Jabhat al-Nusra and Islamic State.

    Germany, Israel and Russia were in contact with the Syrian army, and able to exercise some influence over Assad’s decisions – it was through them that US intelligence would be shared.

    Once the flow of US intelligence began, Germany, Israel and Russia started passing on information about the whereabouts and intent of radical jihadist groups to the Syrian army; in return, Syria provided information about its own capabilities and intentions.

    There was no direct contact between the US and the Syrian military; instead, the adviser said, ‘we provided the information – including long-range analyses on Syria’s future put together by contractors or one of our war colleges – and these countries could do with it what they chose, including sharing it with Assad.

    In return the US would require 4 things:
    1.Assad must restrain Hizbullah from attacking Israel
    2.he must renew the stalled negotiations with Israel to reach a settlement on the Golan Heights
    3. he must agree to accept Russian and other outside military advisers
    4. he must commit to holding open elections after the war with a wide range of factions included.

    The Joint Chiefs then allegedly pulled a fast one on the CIA:
    By the late summer of 2013, many in the American intelligence community were aware that the Syrian opposition was dominated by extremists the CIA-sponsored weapons kept coming, presenting a continuing problem for Assad’s army. Gaddafi’s stockpile had created an international arms bazaar-‘There was no way to stop the arms shipments that had been authorised by the president,
    The CIA was approached by a representative from the Joint Chiefs with a suggestion: there were far less costly weapons available in Turkish arsenals that could reach the Syrian rebels within days, and without a boat ride.’ But it wasn’t only the CIA that benefited. ‘We worked with Turks we trusted who were not loyal to Erdo?an and got them to ship the jihadists in Syria all the obsolete weapons in the arsenal, including M1 carbines that hadn’t been seen since the Korean War and lots of Soviet arms. It was a message Assad could understand: “We have the power to diminish a presidential policy in its tracks." '