Robert Faurisson risks jail for 60-word summary of his research during Tehran conference

By Alison Chabloz Published: 2016-06-26 Report a problem In contrast to the Court of Appeal hearing given last March, this latest bout of Zircons persecution of revisionist, Robert Faurisson, was held in the 17° Chambre Correctionelle of the High Court at the Palais de Justice in Paris, ensuring that numerous members of the public who’d gathered there to support the professor were able to witness the proceedings from the courtroom’s spacious gallery.  Professor Robert Faurisson Starting an hour late because of the morning session having overrun the allocated time-slot, magistrates initially dealt with several other cases before it was the…

The Orlando “False Flag” Shooting: The Musical II

Scott L. Alexander In part one of this article I explained my reasons for believing that the music industry has played a major role in the recent Orlando Pulse Nightclub Shooting. Specifically, I covered the recent release of two interesting songs by two of today’s most popular recording artists, Melissa Etheridge & Christina Aguilera, who also happen to be key supporters of the LGBT community and enthusiastic supporters of Hillary Clinton. My main critique surrounding these artists was the seemingly unbelievable fact they were able to write, record and release…

Brexit: What is it about? — Paul Craig Roberts

The EU serves Washington and the One Percent. It serves no one else. By Paul Craig Roberts If you read the presstitute media, Brexit—the referendum tomorrow on the UK’s exit from the EU— is about racism. According to the story line, angry rightwing racists of violent inclinations want to leave the EU to avoid having to accept more dark-skinned immigrants into England. Despite the constant propaganda against exit, polls indicated that more favored leaving the EU than remaining until a female member of Parliament, Jo Cox, was killed by a man that…

The Orlando “False Flag” Shooting: The Musical

Scott L. Alexander  Throughout my working career I am fortunate to have been involved in two vocations; law enforcement and music. For the past twenty-four years I have been a police officer. Fifteen of those years were spent as a general detective. For those that may be unfamiliar a general detective is an officer who investigates a wide variety of crimes without specializing in one particular field. We are what you might refer to as the “jack of all trades” in the detective world. Aside from homicides, sex crimes and…

Paul Craig Roberts — Orlando Wrapup

Paul Craig Roberts A few readers are still trying to help me to prove the official Orlando shooting story line. Unable to find videos of the massive presence of ambulances and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) that 50 dead people and 53 wounded people would require, readers are reduced to supplying me with telephone numbers of someone who might know something.   Amid conflicting reports of one shooter vs. several shooters, the proven presence of crisis actors on the scene, the substitution, as in Sandy Hook, of photos and names as…

From Orlando to Charleston — Witnesses ‘Smell the Blood’

Vivian Lee Corporate news tout mass shooting events with increasingly gory details alongside sparse visual documentation of carnage A “survivor” with no visible injuries, being carried toward the club instead of the hospital. Image: ABC News. New information on “the worst mass shooting in U.S. history” reveals a complex and confusing scenario at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando during the three hours of the “shooting” and its aftermath. The official story – or perhaps one should say stories – is a fragmented narrative composed of bits and pieces, consisting of…

NDAA 2017 Includes Draft for Women, Indefinite Detention of American Citizens

By Derrick Broze The U.S. Congress has passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) 2017 with provisions that will force women to sign up for potential military draft and continues the practice of indefinite detention. On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate approved a $602 billion annual defense budget that President Obama has promised to veto because the bill does not allow for the closing of the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Senate Bill 2943, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017, passed with a vote of 85 Senators in favor and…

Santa Monica patsy reports Orlando shooting was CIA “false flag” op

By G. Edward Griffin This Story Could Be the Smoking Gun For All False-Flag Ops G. Edward Griffin writes: Santa Monica: Two police officers who wish to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation say that James Wesley Howell, an Indiana man who was found with a car full of explosives and weapons on Sunday morning, told police he was part of a team that planned shooting attacks on gay communities in Florida and California. Howell told police he was turning himself in because he wanted protection. His story was that he had been…

Paul Craig Roberts: Orlando Shooting: Still No Evidence

by Paul Craig Roberts In response to my challenge (“Orlando Shooting”) readers report that they have found no evidence of bodies or blood. One person reports that a TV station posted names of some victims, which is the way the absence of Sandy Hook bodies was handled. One person who said he is a veteran said the AR-15 can have a 30-round clip. That would mean four reloadings in order to shoot 103 people. The veteran said that the rifle can be reloaded in 5 seconds: one clip is dropped out,…

Orlando gay-club shooting: Some pieces that don’t fit

by Dr. Eowyn  Anomaly =df Something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected. Synonyms: oddity, inconsistency, incongruity, aberration. Below are some anomalies — the pieces that don’t fit — in the official narrative of the deadliest shooting in U.S. history at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016, which left 49 dead and 53 wounded. 1. EYEWITNESSES REPORT MULTIPLE SUSPECTS We are told there was only one shooter, 29-year-old Omar Mateen who, according to his ex-wife, turns out to be a…