Too Classified to Publish, Part II — CIA Torture Report Ties Cheney/Bout to 9/11 Nukes

Gordon Duff, VT Senior Editor VT: CIA Torture Report Ties Cheney/Bout to 9/11 Nukes Information received this week from the highest levels of US counter-terrorism sources have confirmed that the reputed “Queen of Al Qaeda,” Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, a CIA torture victim now serving 87 years in an American “super-max” prison, was a CIA agent when captured and was imprisoned to prevent releasing information that could eventually lead to the arrest and conviction of then Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney and his henchmen were silencing critics, eliminating “loose ends” tied…

Too Classified to Publish, Part I — Russia Opens Files on Nuclear 9/11 and Israeli Proliferation

Gordon Duff, VT Senior Editor 2019 Introduction The video below, from 1962, demonstrates how a special low radiation nuclear weapon, placed underground, could be used to dig a large lake or open mine. Watch the entire video, it demonstrates how such a weapon, of the type, size and placement of the alleged 9/11 nukes, creates a pyroclastic cloud, much as a volcano does, exactly like the one from 9/11, the one mistaken, purposefully, for being “drywall dust.” The material below is a compendium of intelligence received, now known to be…

Chris Hedges, Israel’s Stranglehold on American Politics

Chris Hedges The harder it becomes for Israel to sell its apartheid state, the more pronounced its already massive interference will become. The Israel lobby’s buying off of nearly every senior politician in the United States, facilitated by our system of legalized bribery, is not an anti-Semitic trope. It is a fact. The lobby’s campaign of vicious character assassination, smearing and blacklisting against those who defend Palestinian rights—including the Jewish historian Norman Finkelstein and university students, many of them Jewish, in organizations such as Students for Justice in Palestine—is not an anti-Semitic trope.…

The Strange Death of Europe: Muslims are Not Integrating into Host Countries

Frosty Wooldridge Part 7.  “Immigrants devoted to their own cultures and religions are not influenced by the secular politically correct façade that dominates academia, news-media, entertainment, education, religious and political thinking today,” said James Walsh, former Associate General Counsel of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service. “They claim the right not to assimilate, and the day is coming when the question will be how can the United States regulate the defiantly unassimilated cultures, religions and mores of foreign lands?  Such immigrants say their traditions trump the U.S. legal system. …

Trump was right! Obama was hand-picked, was not eligible, so DEMS hid it and manipulated the public

Dean Garrison (29 March 2015) [Editor’s note: Once again, Trump had it right. How many times has he been attacked for questioning whether Barack Obama was properly qualified to serve as President of the United States? Like the Russia Hoax (see “The Russia Hoax Comes Apart at the Seams”), Trump has been savaged for being right, when the Deep State wanted him to be wrong. Sheriff Joe did his part and verified that Obama’s Hawaiian birth certificate was as fraudulent as that of Noah Pozner, the difference being that “Noah Pozner”…

The Sandy Hook “Pozner v. Fetzer” Lawsuit: Defendant’s Answer to Plaintiff’s Responses and Objections to First Set of Requests for Admissions

Jim Fetzer What could be more obvious proof that Sandy Hook was a hoax than that the school building was not compliant with state and federal laws implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which require that all entrances and exits to public facilities be wheelchair accessible? Look at the featured image here. This is an exit from Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES), which is clearly not wheelchair accessible. SHES cannot have been legally operating as a public school on 14 December 2012. We have a mountain of proof that…

AP: Omar furor reflects intensifying national debate over Israel

David Crary NEW YORK (AP) — For Congress, the allegations of anti-Semitism directed toward Rep. Ilhan Omar have no precedent. Yet on college campuses, in state legislatures and in many other venues nationwide, the polarized debate about Israel is a familiar conflict and likely to intensify in the months and years ahead. Fueled by a wave of youthful activists, including many Jews aligning with Muslims, criticism of Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians has grown in volume and scope, with persistent calls for boycotts and disinvestment. Pro-Israel organizations and politicians have…

Sanders, Harris, Warren Defend Ilhan Omar Amid Controversy Over Israel Comments

By Caroline Kelly and Gregory Krieg, CNN   emocratic presidential candidates Sens. Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday defended Rep. Ilhan Omar against the backlash to her comments slamming pro-Israel groups and politicians, which have been called anti-Semitic. Sanders, who is Jewish, said criticism of Omar and efforts to get her taken off the House Foreign Affairs Committee, primarily from House Republicans, are aimed at stopping a discussion about American’s foreign policy toward Israel. “What I fear is going on in the House now is an effort…

HARRETZ (2016): American Jewish Establishment Stifles Free Speech to Silence Zionism’s Critics

Peter Beinart / HARRETZ [Editor’s note: As Cynthia McKinney explained to Marzieh Hasmhimi on Press TV in 2011 (the video of which has been suppressed), new members of Congress are asked to sign a pledge to put the interests of Israel ahead of those of the United States, where those who decline find themselves confronted with a well-financed alternative candidate next time around or that their district has been redrawn and they no longer have a seat. She was able to overcome those obstacles, but even as notable a member as…

US Military Not Sophisticated Enough for Transgenders in Combat – Ex-Marine

Sputnik News US transgender troops have testified before Congress against President Donald Trump’s ban on their inclusion in the military. In January the US Supreme Court allowed Trump’s transgender military ban to go into effect. Sputnik has discussed the issue with James Fetzer, a former Mraine Corps officer and Professor Emeritus at University of Minnesota. Sputnik: In your view how would President Trump’s ban on transgender people in the army affect the US military? James Fetzer: As a former Marine Corps commissioned officer, I believe that the consequences would be relatively modest, that this is a…