Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Exposing the Learned Elders of Zion, its Jewish agents, and its criminal enterprise- Israel

Israel did 9/11

Here is the clear evidence that Israel, its Mossad, and the broader Jewish mafia planned, orchestrated, covered up, and benefited from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks:

Who leased the WTC only seven weeks before 9/11?

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Media Smearing of Truth Movement Reaching a Crescendo

Despite recent breakthroughs, media continues to paint 9/11 truthers, others as dangerous terrorists

Recent months have seen numerous breakthroughs for the truth movement in the corporate media, from Fox 26's interview with Richard Gage of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth to 9/11 Press For Truth being aired on local television in Colorado to coverage of this year's Bilderberg conference in major British newspapers. Despite these positive developments, however, primetime TV dramas are continuing to portray those skeptical of the official 9/11 story (a clear majority of the American public according to poll after poll) as deranged terrorists who are likely to commit acts of violence.

An example of this phenomenon comes from the crime series Law & Order: SVU. A recent episode of the series featured a storyline in which a deranged "conspiracy theorist" in New York murders tourists taking his picture because he believes they are uploading the pictures to a government database. In a classic example of guilt by association, the investigators' search of the deranged terrorist's computer reveals that he visits online forums and is interested in 9/11 truth and "Bildurburg" (sic). See a screenshot of the fictional terrorists' computer (courtesy of the PrisonPlanet Forum below:

Law & Order SVU smears 9/11 Truth

Attempts to portray those in the truth community as mentally unhinged are by no means new. A&E's FBI drama The Beast once famously featured an episode in which a dope smoking terrorist delivered a rambling, inarticulate rant about government involvement in 9/11 in an obvious attempt to portray 9/11 truthers as seedy and delusional. Penn & Teller pronounced the entire 9/11 movement to be "Bullshit" on their popular HBO program of the same name by seeking out the movement's most ridiculous representatives and destroying their character rather than dealing with any substantive claims about the attacks of that day. Glenn Beck—who previously said that Ron Paul supporters were terrorists—has recently discussed how militia members are white supremacists who are likely to commit an anthrax attack in America in order to kill hundreds of thousands of their fellow citizens. And, most chillingly, Beck has tried to link Holocaust Museum shooter Von Brunn to 9/11 Truthers based on no evidence whatsoever.

Ridiculous flights of fancy and transparent media distortions like these would be easy to dismiss if they were not so obviously related to official government talking points and policy papers. Just last week, President Obama tried to equate those who question the government's account of 9/11 with those who wanted the attacks to happen, saying; "I am aware that some question or justify the events of 9/11. But let us be clear: al Qaeda killed nearly 3,000 people on that day.". This is on the heels of a Missouri State Police report asserting that supporters of third party political candidates are potentially dangerous terrorists and Homeland Security documents painting gun owners and returning war vets as violent radicals.

That the corporate media is echoing the government line on domestic terrorism should come as no surprise to those who have been paying attention to the way government openly uses Hollywood, TV, music, books and other media to insert their propaganda into pop culture. As Episode 088 of The Corbett Report podcast points out, the Bush Administration worked hand in hand with Holllywood and TV in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 to begin whipping up mass hysteria to support the Administration in their disastrous "War on Terror." Click on the player below to listen to the episode:

Of course it is up to those who understand the agenda of demonization of the truth movement in the corporate media to counteract this cultural programming in whatever way possible. Actor Daniel Sunjata, co-star of the hit TV series Rescue Me, has been helping inject serious discussion about the questions that still surround the 9/11 attacks into that series and using his celebrity and intelligence to draw attention to the issue through his writing. He needs to be applauded for his efforts and supported by the truth community to encourage others in similar positions to follow his lead.

For those without a corporate media outlet and devoid of celebrity to draw instant attention to the issue, it is still important to demonstrate to others how the media has always been (and continues to be) used to manipulate public opinion and popular sentiment on a range of issues from 9/11 truth to the importance of flu shots to the reality of global warming. One effective way to do this is by using new media technologies to spread information, by writing articles and creating videos to help people understand how they are being programmed by the corporate media.

To that end, The Corbett Report has released two videos ina n ongoing series dedicated to exposing the way media is used to manipulate, shape and influence public sentiment on key issues. So far, the series has examined Ridley Scott's Bladerunner and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World with future installments dealing with Franz Kafka's The Trial, the Wachowski brothers' The Matrix and V for Vendetta, L. Frank Baum's Wizard of Oz, Stanley Kubrick's 2001 and Eyes Wide Shut and many more well-known books and movies.

Watch the first two installments of the series in the player below:

Brave New World: Film, Lit and the NWO

Bladerunner: Film, Lit and the NWO

Accused 9/11 mastermind: ‘I make up stories’

In potentially another blow to advocates of torture and harsh interrogation, transcripts released yesterday show that alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed says he made up stories to appease his interrogators.

”I make up stories,” Mohammed is quoted as saying in his 2007 Gitmo hearing. The alleged 9/11 plotter claimed to have taken part in at least 29 terrorist plots.

Mohammed says he told his questioners he didn’t know the location of Osama Bin Laden, and was tortured as a result.

“”Where is he? I don’t know,” Mohammed said. ‘Then he torture me. Then I said, ‘Yes, he is in this area or this is al Qaeda which I don’t know him.’ I said no, they torture me.’”

“Yet at the same military tribunal hearing, Mohammed ticked off a list of 29 terror plots in which he took part,” AP reported. “The transcripts were released as part of a lawsuit in which the American Civil Liberties Union is seeking documents and details of the government’s terror detainee programs.”

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Jim Rogers: Dow 1 Million? Sure, Why Not?

Investment guru Jim Rogers believes the stock market's recent gains won't last because the U.S. economy remains mired in crisis. But he says the massive fiscal and monetary stimulus campaigns engineered by the government and Federal Reserve could cause a huge run-up for the stock market first. "It's a bear market rally.

I was going to say I don't think the S&P 500 will see new highs," Rogers tells The Economic Times of India. "But I have to quickly temper that by saying against the dollar because the S&P 500 could triple from here if they print enough money and the value of U.S. dollar collapses. Then the S&P could go to 50,000, Dow Jones can go to 1 million." ~ NewsMax

Free-Market Analysis: Jim Rogers is trying to make a point. If you pump hard enough, you may be able to blow anything back up, at least a little and maybe a lot. Certainly, we can see the monetary elite doing their best to puff up the world's economy once again. And once upon a time, we might have been a bit relieved to see it. But like you we have learned our lesson during this last debacle. The monetary elite isn't trying to save OUR system. It is trying to save THEIR system.

How exactly is it our system? We don't get to print any money. And we don't get any bailouts either. When central bankers and governmental leaders want to stimulate the economy, no matter how bad things are (and they couldn't have gotten much worse) they nonetheless run away from significant tax cuts as fast as they can. Instead, the printers go to work. The paper is ladled out to commercial banks that are supposed to lend it to mostly small businesses that are in turn to provide it to their employees via raises or bonuses ... at which point the individual consumer is advised to go out and spend, spend, spend.

This is a fairly complex process, is it not? Additionally, when central banks try to blow up a collapsed system this way, by printing money instead of cutting taxes, they are depriving the economy of the ability to purge mal-investments. By using central banking disbursements, governments prop up all sorts of resource-wasting businesses. At best, then, the collapse is shoved forward to another day-of-reckoning. And that day will be worse than this one. Like any other force of nature, the business cycle cannot be stopped, only delayed. Here's some more from the above-excerpted article.

Asian markets retreat

KUALA LUMPUR: Major Asian markets retreated to close lower on Tuesday dragged down by weak US economic data and lower commodity prices.

A monthly index of manufacturing conditions around the New York region fell to -9.4 in June from -4.6 the previous month, pointing that any recovery in the US - a critical market for Asian exporters - may be slower than expected.

Indexes in big Asian markets such as Japan and Hong Kong have gained 40% or more since early March.

At 5pm, the KLCI fell 17.05 points (1.56%) to 1,074.12 while Singapore’s Straits Times Index dropped 1.23% to 2,288.16 points and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index shed 1.80% to 18,165.50.

Tokyo’s Nikkei 225 fell 2.86% to 9,752.88 while Seoul’s Kospi Index lost 0.94% to 1,399.15.

At Bursa Malaysia, 148 counters were up, 605 were down and 172 were traded unchanged. There were 1.56 billion shares traded with a total value of RM1.85 billion.

Among the heavyweights, Maybank fell 25 sen to RM5.85, Sime Darby dropped 20 sen to RM6.85, Tenaga slipped 15 sen to RM7.75 and IOI Corp eased 10 sen to RM4.60.

Axiata lost 6 sen to RM2.33, Genting fell 10 sen to RM5.80 and Bumiputra-Commerce slipped 10 sen to RM9.15.

Oil and gas counters KNM lost 2.5 sen to 96 sen, SAAG was unchanged at 34.5 sen, Scomi added 5.5 sen to 82 sen and Vastalux rose 15.5 sen to 65.5 sen.

Crude palm oil 3-month futures rose RM17 to RM2,406 per tonne.

Nymex crude oil added 83 cents to US$71.44 per barrel.

The ringgit was quoted at 3.5210 to the US dollar.

Chinese president meets Indian prime minister

Chinese President Hu Jintao (L) meets with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on June 15, 2009. (Xinhua/Yao Dawei)
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YEKATERINBURG, Russia, June 15 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao met here Monday night with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Hu said China has always striven, steadfastly and from a strategic and long-term perspective, to promote good neighborliness and friendly cooperation with India, an important neighbor of China and also a fast-growing emerging power.

The Chinese side is ready to work with the Indian side to maintain the sound momentum for development of the bilateral strategic and cooperative partnership, make greater efforts to implement the "10 strategies" reached between the leaders of the two countries, enhance mutual political trust and reciprocal cooperation in various fields, take into consideration each other's concerns and core interests, and strengthen coordination and cooperation on major international and regional issues, said Hu.

He noted that the two sides should focus on the following key areas in efforts to promote bilateral ties.

The first is to strengthen high-level contacts.

The Chinese side welcomes Indian President Pratibha Patil to visit China in the latter half of this year, and Chinese leaders are considering visiting India at a time convenient to both sides.

The Chinese side agreed in principle to establish a hot line between the Chinese premier and the Indian prime minister.

The second is to deepen bilateral economic and trade cooperation of mutual benefit. The two sides should continue to tap potentials, encourage two-way investments, expand cooperation in contracted projects, and strive to realize the target of 60 billion U.S. dollars in bilateral trade in the year 2010.

The third is to work together to respond to the impact of the international financial crisis. The Chinese side will strengthen communication and coordination with the Indian side, maintain close cooperation within the frameworks of BRIC, the five developing nations and the Group of 20, safeguard the common interests of the developing countries, and strive to contribute to economic recovery and development of Asia and the world at large.

The fourth is to strengthen bilateral defense cooperation which is an important component of overall bilateral cooperation. The two sides should make concerted efforts to strengthen cooperation in this regard.

The fifth is to strengthen cultural exchanges. Both sides should make good planning and preparations for a series of activities, such as those marking the 60th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic ties and concerning The Chinese Festival in India and the Indian Festival in China. Both sides will continue to receive each other's delegations consisting of young people, officials, and people from news media and different localities, promote friendly exchanges in various fields and at various levels through visa facilitation and increasing direct air flights.

On border issues, Hu expressed the hope that the two sides would continue to advance the negotiating process in the spirit of peace and friendship, equal consultations, mutual respect and mutual accommodation so that the border issues could be properly resolved at an early date.

Both sides should do their utmost to ensure that the border issues do not undermine the overall situation of bilateral ties, he said.

Before these issues are eventually resolved, both sides should make joint efforts for maintaining peace and tranquility along the border region, he said.

With the efforts of both sides, Hu said, the Sino-Indian strategic and cooperative partnership will see sound development and the growth of bilateral relations will bring benefits to the two peoples.

Singh said the two countries forged the strategic and cooperative partnership during his tenure as prime minister. Bilateral ties have been deepening, he said.

India will give top priority to its relations with China and is committed to advancing bilateral cooperation in various fields on the basis of progress made in the past, he said.

He expressed his appreciation for the increasingly important role China is playing in international affairs and China's important contributions to world peace and development.

He said China is not a competitor and that there is enough room in the world for the two countries to achieve development. The two countries share the desire to promote their bilateral ties and there are also potentials for them to cooperate on global and regional issues, he added.

Singh described economic cooperation as an important "pillar”of the overall bilateral relationship and said enhanced economic ties could give an impetus to the development of bilateral ties.

On military-to-military exchanges, Singh said that steady growth in exchanges between the armed forces of the two countries is to enhancing mutual trust and mutual understanding.

He also said that India and China share common interests on such issues as global trade and investment, climate change and the reform of the international financial order and should strengthen consultation and cooperation in addressing these issues.

On border issues, he said the Indian government is seeking a solution that should be fair, reasonable and acceptable to both sides. Before the issues are finally resolved, efforts should be made to ensure peace and tranquility along the border region, he said.

India recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region as part of the territory of the People's Republic of China and will not allow anyone to carry out anti-China political activities in Indian territory, he said.

He said a healthy and stable bilateral relationship serves the interests of the two countries and also conforms to the interests of the region and the world at large.

Hu and Singh are here to attend the annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and the first meeting of BRIC, scheduled to be held in Russia's third largest city Wednesday.

Indian is one of the four observers of the SCO, a regional organization now groups China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The other three observers are Pakistan, Mongolia and Iran.

BRIC is an acronym for the four key emerging economies -- Brazil, Russia, India and China.

Chinese President Hu Jintao (3rd L) meets with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (3rd R) in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on June 15, 2009. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)
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俄羅斯‧總統:美元以外‧世界需新外匯儲備貨幣 Russia calls for new reserve currencies in addition to US$











YEKATERINBURG, Russia: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says the world needs new reserve currencies.

Medvedev told a regional summit Tuesday that the creation of new reserve currencies in addition to the dollar is needed to stabilize global finances.

Medvedev has made the proposal before.

It reflects both the Kremlin's push for greater international clout and a concern shared by other countries that soaring U.S. budget deficits could spur inflation and weaken the dollar.

Airing it at a summit meeting underlined the challenge to U.S. clout.

Medvedev spoke at a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which includes China and four Central Asian nations.

Later Tuesday he hosts a summit of the BRIC group of leading emerging economies - Brazil, Russia, India and China.








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Russia, China, Central Asian nations hold summit

YEKATERINBURG, Russia – Russia played regional power broker Monday, hosting China and Central Asian nations for a summit that highlights the Kremlin's efforts to maintain clout in former Soviet territory and raise its profile in Afghanistan.

Moscow is expected to use the meeting of leaders from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to try to cement the six-nation group as a counterbalance to the U.S. presence in strategic Central Asia.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev opened the two-day meeting by saying the group would discuss the global financial crisis and the key issue it was created to address: regional security.

"Our organization has been created quite recently, but it has scored quite serious progress," he said.

Late Monday, Medvedev had what he called a "most productive and useful" meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Medvedev promised that Russia will help Afghanistan create "an efficient political system."

"We are very thankful for the assistance that Russia has given Afghanistan," Karzai responded, "particularly over the last seven years, during this difficult period of history when we have been fighting terrorism."

At a meeting later with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, Medvedev said all nations needed to work together to fight terrorism.

"If we fail to unite our efforts, we'll never succeed in defeating terrorism," the Russian leader said. "We are ready for cooperation with Pakistan on all aspects of fighting terrorism."

The 8-year-old Shanghai Cooperation Organization is dominated by Russia and China and includes Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, with countries such as India, Iran and Pakistan holding observer status.

Medvedev also was expected to meet with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The Iranian leader postponed his arrival in this Ural Mountains city until Tuesday, according to the Iranian Embassy in Moscow, during protests in Iran over his bitterly disputed re-election.

Amid efforts by Washington and Moscow to improve strained ties, the summit will be watched for signs of stronger support from Russia and its neighbors for American-led operations in Afghanistan. That will be a signal of the depth of Russia's determination to mend fences with the United States at a time of warming relations between the two countries.

While Moscow and its neighbors have stressed solidarity with the West on the need for stability in Afghanistan, Kremlin critics say they have used their combined clout in the past to confound U.S. efforts.

In 2005, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization supported Uzbekistan's eviction of U.S. forces from a base supporting operations in Afghanistan. In February, Kyrgyzstan announced it would evict U.S. forces from their only other Central Asian base _ a decision widely seen as influenced by Russia. U.S. officials have said there is still hope for a deal to keep use of the Manas base.

Karzai has appealed to Kyrgyzstan to let coalition forces continue using Manas, and the Afghan leader could meet his Kyrgyz counterpart for talks during the summit.

Kremlin foreign affairs adviser Sergei Prikhodko said Sunday that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has seen "more transparency" from the administration of President Barack Obama on U.S. policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan. "The niches of interaction with Western countries, including the U.S., may be widened," he said.

Russia and the Central Asian countries already have allowed the transport of non-lethal military supplies across their territory.

Prikhodko did not say what the nations might do to increase cooperation, but made it clear they want a greater say in resolving the situation in Afghanistan.

Prikhodko also said the leaders will discuss broader security issues and the global financial crisis, as well as the situation on the Korean peninsula, but that no major statement on North Korea's nuclear activity was expected.

The summit will be followed late Tuesday by the first full-fledged summit of BRIC, a group linking the emerging economies Brazil, Russia, India and China.

Medvedev may repeat Russia's call for a new global reserve currency to augment the dollar, but Russia's finance minister over the weekend suggested that the dollar would remain the currency of choice for years to come.

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV,Associated Press Writer