Thursday, January 22, 2009

Paul Wolfowitz strange and chilling speech 2 months before 911

A few months before 911 Wolfowitz gave a chilling speech at west point that was all doom and gloom. Strange that he mentioned Pearl Harbor, surprise attack, and sabotage.

Here's part of it

This year marks the 60th anniversery of a surprise disaster, whose name has become synonomous with surprise, the attack on Pearl Harbor. Interestingly that surprise attack was preceedeed by an astonishingly number of unheeded warnings and missed signals. Intelligence reports warned of a surprise move in any direction, but this made the commander in Honolulu think of sabotage not attack.

And at the end...this part

A hundred years later we live, once again in a time of great hopes for world peace and prosperity. Our chances of realizing those hopes will be greater if we use the benefit of hindsite to replace the poverty of expectations with the anticipaton of the unfamiliar and the unlikely. By doing so etc. (end of video)

According to the PNAC's own document, Rebuilding America’s Defenses ( .pdf format ) their stated goals would never be realized “absent some catastrophic catalyzing event –like a new Pearl Harbor”. (page 63). Wolfowitz is one of the signers of this document.

Wolfowitz knew that we were going to war in the middle East because he helped draw up the plans, so why was he giving a lecture of this nature? His name is on both of the following documents contained in the Project for the New American Century papers.

Statement of principles

June 3, 1997

American foreign and defense policy is adrift. Conservatives have criticized the incoherent policies of the Clinton Administration. They have also resisted isolationist impulses from within their own ranks. But conservatives have not confidently advanced a strategic vision of America's role in the world. They have not set forth guiding principles for American foreign policy. They have allowed differences over tactics to obscure potential agreement on strategic objectives. And they have not fought for a defense budget that would maintain American security and advance American interests in the new century.

We aim to change this. We aim to make the case and rally support for American global leadership.

Four essential missions

September 2000

HOMELAND DEFENSE. America must defend its homeland. During the Cold War,
nuclear deterrence was the key element in homeland defense; it remains essential. But the new century has brought with it new challenges. While reconfiguring its nuclear force, the United States also must counteract the effects of the proliferation of ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction that may soon allow lesser states to deter U.S. military action by threatening U.S. allies and the American homeland itself. Of all the new and current missions for U.S. armed forces, this must have priority.

LARGE WARS. Second, the United States must retain sufficient forces able to rapidly
deploy and win multiple simultaneous large-scale wars and also to be able to respond to unanticipated contingencies in regions where it does not maintain forward-based forces. This resembles the “two-war” standard that has been the basis of U.S. force planning over the past decade. Yet this standard needs to be updated to account for new realities and potential new conflicts.

CONSTABULARY DUTIES. Third, the Pentagon must retain forces to preserve the
current peace in ways that fall short of conduction major theater campaigns. A decade’s experience and the policies of two administrations have shown that such forces must be expanded to meet the needs of the new, long-term NATO mission in the Balkans, the continuing no-fly-zone and other missions in Southwest Asia, and other presence missions in vital regions of East Asia. These duties are today’s most frequent missions, requiring forces configured for combat but capable of long-term, independent constabulary operations.

TRANSFORM U.S. ARMED FORCES. Finally, the Pentagon must begin now to exploit the so called “revolution in military affairs,” sparked by the introduction of advanced technologies.

The following video is by the Heritage Foundation and is meant to instill fear, which seems to be the common modus operendum for the Neocons

Stranger still: On July 13, 2000 U.S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense releases:


The legislatively-mandated Commission to Assess United States National Security Space Management and Organization held its initial organizational meeting at the Pentagon on July 11. The commission has been tasked by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2000 to investigate major changes in the management and organization of national security space assets.

Rumsfeld was chairman of the Commission to Assess U.S. National Security Space Management Organization. In its final report, submitted to Congress on Jan. 11, 2001, it warned, "If the United States is to avoid a 'Space Pearl Harbor,' it needs to take seriously the possibility of an attack on U.S. space systems." The commission recommended the creation of a U.S. Space Corps that would defend our space-based "military capability.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Reflections on the emergence of Zionism


Arthur Koestler in his book "The Thirteenth Tribe" writes about the history of the Jews and the emergence of the Zionist's in the ancient Khazar Empire around the Caucasus between the Caspian sea and the Baltic sea. They adopted the Jewish faith and were Caucasian but weren't associated with Zionism until the late 19th.century when it presented itself as a political movement concerned principally with the establishment of a state in Palestine to be controlled by and for Jews. It began in the late 19th Century and attained its stated objective with the creation in 1948 of the state of Israel by the United Nations.

The author was pretty much in the middle of all this, as he became an early Zionist and moved to what was then Palestine for several years, and seems to have a good handle on the history of Israel.


Koestler studied science and psychology at the University of Vienna, where he became President of a Zionist student fraternity. A month before he was due to finish his studies, he burnt his matriculation book and did not take his final examinations but made "aliyah" to Israel (then a British Mandate). From 1926 to 1929 he lived in the British Mandate of Palestine, firstly in a , kibbutz in the Jezreel Valley ("Heftzibah"), and later in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where he almost starved. He left Palestine for Paris as a correspondent to the Ullstein-Verlag group of German newspapers. A year later he became science editor for Ullstein based in Berlin; a highlight of that post was membership in a 1931 Zeppelin expedition to the North Pole.

He joined the Communist Party of Germany in 1931, but left it after the Moscow trials of 1938. During this period he traveled extensively in the Soviet Union and climbed Mount Ararat in Turkey. In Turkmenistan, he met the Black American writer Langston Hughes. He worked also for the Komintern propaganda services and went three times to Spain, as correspondent of the British paper News Chronicle. During the Spanish Civil War, he was captured after the takeover of Málaga in 1937 by Francoists and sentenced to death, but later exchanged so he could return to the United Kingdom. His Spanish experience and the Moscow trials turned him into an anti-Communist. The account of his Spanish experience was told in Spanish Testament.


Saturday, January 17, 2009

Iraq: Apache helicopters killing insurgents

Video that you won't see on Fox News or CNN for that matter. Looks to me like some kind of high energy weapon is being used. The video is kind of fuzzy but at 3:01 the car that is targeted appears to melt around the engine compartment.

These Apache helicopter guys are either fearless, or else they are confident that the insurgents don't have any stinger missiles.

This whole thing looks like a video game to me and is somewhat detached from the reality of the carnage that is going on...):

Monday, January 5, 2009

WTC Disaster: Can office fires cause large steel columns to buckle?

Mark Roberts, shown above with Ronald Wieck and Arthur scheuerman, has a large debunking site on Googlepages which is filled with disinformation on many aspects of the 911 investigation. On one of the pages about WTC7 he tries to explain that large steel beams can buckle from office fires and uses a photo (shown here) of a beam in WTC5. This obviously melted column is from the 8th floor of a 9 floor building and certainly wasn't carrying enough weight for this to happen. Marks reference can be found HERE.

Some interesting information from

Huge Amounts Of Smoke Came From WTC 5 & 6 NOT WTC 7

Photos aid debunking of WTC 7 "raging fires" claims

Steve Watson
Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Photographs taken on the afternoon of 9/11 have recently emerged on the web showing that huge amounts of smoke poured forth primarily from the buildings closest to the collapsed towers, not from the further away building 7 which mysteriously collapsed later the same afternoon.

Despite the fact that the official NIST report cannot officially explain how fire damage caused the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11, debunkers of the controlled demolition theory continue to cite "raging infernos" inside the building.

Article & Pictures

Video kudos to CNN911Fakes