Started by poseidonlost, May 23, 2017, 08:36:41 PM
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QuoteI can see my self in this video, I have researched this stuff for at least 12 years and it's made me ill at times so Iv had to leave alone for a month or so at a time. Iv lost friends over my thinking as some people call what I say conspiracy theory's just because I question what our governments tell us. It's a shame that in the early part of this film he mentions the term Al-Qaeda like it's a proven theory. I would say 0.01% of people had ever heard of this so called terror network before the attacks on America in 2001. Yet within a few hours after the attacks the name Al-Qaeda and Bin Laden were being drummed in to everybody without a shred of evidence to support these claims. Even as late as 2005 when we here in the UK had the terrorist attacks in London on the underground trains and a Bus we actually had the top British Metropolitan police commissioner Ian Blair stating that Al-Qaeda wasn't a terror network but was a way of thinking. Obviously there were a lot of really upset Muslim men who had their country invaded by an illegal super power and they wanted to fight back. One of the main things to know is that Bin Laden was NEVER wanted for 9/11 because there was ZERO evidence to link him to the crime.Yes he was wanted on the FBI site but for atrocities caused at the US bombing in Africa and nothing connecting him to 9/11. The story of Bin Laden being the commander of a terror network who managed to attack the most heavily defended airspace in the world, with all the war planes being on holiday that day knocking down 3 buildings with 2 planes and attacking the Pentagon with zero evidence of a plane getting any where near the building is utter nonsense unless you can prove to me otherwise I will stick to my so called conspiracy theories.
QuoteAl Qaeda, was at best, a group of many people spread across the globe with loosely associated ideologies, unorganized and bearing no such name UNTIL the CIA got involved, organized, funded, and named them. This is a practice that has been used since WWII across the globe (operation Gladios comes to mind). To deny it is ridiculous. ISIS is simply a re-branded Al Qaeda. Hell, if you listen to the govts / intelligence agencies own admissions and look at just a few documents (which are fairly easily found) this is also undeniable. I suggest you read some of ole Brzezinski's writings where he lays it all out. How we take over, fund, or create movements to destabilize or overthrow govts or regions or to otherwise push the Agenda of the globalist bankster elites. This is pretty common knowledge to any fairly well-read person in this day and age.
Quote from: Effie Trinket on May 28, 2017, 06:08:45 PMSuperior, "non-mainstream" (even within the long infiltrated & co-opted "truth movement") actual facts:YouTube commenter on above video:RIP Bill Cooper, a man who *actually* died for his country, not like all the brainwashed fake patriots who willingly get sent to what they don't realize were/are illegal wars to die for the banking cartel/military industrial complex that has the audacity to wrap themselves in the flag, and boast all their pathetic pagan, sun-worship, military trinket decorations to feed the feeling pride of ones fake "government approved" "patriotism".