There’s a great blog out there which is starting to get picked up in what you might call the “mainstream blogosphere” quite a bit. Mainly in regards to its blogging about Wall Street. In fact, if you just scroll down the front page right now, you’ll find a great many stories on Wall Street and the economy, and you’ll realize it’s really a fantastic compendium of information.
But what you also might not realize is that this very same blog is a great resource for information on the truth about 9/11.
I did a quick search on the site and here’s a treasure trove of entries.
Let’s pick one, shall we?
How interesting, and how timely! Here’s the headline: Self-Confessed 9/11 “Mastermind” Also Falsely Confessed to Crimes He Didn’t Commit
But wait a minute, the Obama administration is telling me this guy is guilty as sin, no question! The mainstream bullshit media is also telling me the same thing! How can there be such a disconnect!?
The thing the Bullshit Media (BM) is not telling us about KSM is that he was waterboarded 183 times in ONE MONTH.
As the Washington Post writes of Guantanamo Bay detainee Abu Zubaida:
President George W. Bush had publicly described him as “al-Qaeda’s chief of operations,” and other top officials called him a “trusted associate” of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and a major figure in the planning of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. None of that was accurate, the new evidence showed.
Okay, maybe they got that one wrong.
But certainly Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s confession that he was the mastermind of 9/11 proves his guilt, right?
Well, as the Telegraph notes today:
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed mastermind of 9/11, was waterboarded 183 times in one month, and “confessed” to murdering the journalist Daniel Pearl, which he did not. There could hardly be more compelling evidence that such techniques are neither swift, nor efficient, nor reliable
If one of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s major confessions (Pearl murder) was false, why should we believe his confession about 9/11?
After all, tough-as-nails Navy Seals usually become hysterical when waterboarded once in training sessions. After 183 waterboarding sessions in a month, I wouldn’t be surprised if KSM also confessed to murdering Lincoln and Kennedy.
He goes on to say the following:
Note: I am not saying that KSM did or didn’t have anything to do with 9/11 (I have no idea). I am saying that nothing that the government said about 9/11 should be accepted without independent verification, and that torture does not constitute independent verification. Indeed, given that the government used techniques which were developed especially for producing false confessions, the assumption must be that any confessions were, in fact, false.
Which is something I wrote about here as well, how the CIA hired out Uzbekistan to boil people alive, and rape them with broken bottles, and worse (worse?) in order to deliberately extract false confessions.
So why is the Obama administration coming out and saying with such vehemence that this man’s “confessions” mean anything? Why are they trying him in a circus of media attention? Why are they telling us that the death sentence is inevitable, his guilt is not a question?
Propaganda. Pure and simple. It’s a show trial. It’s as bogus as any other show trial that any other banana republic dictatorship, or Soviet totalitarian state, ever staged.
They know it, and we know it.
Yet another reason why Obama is worse than Bush. The Bush administration was at least, in its later years, transparent. They turned out to be very bad actors, bad bullshitters, and people started to see through them in a way that they could no longer deny. So they handed us Obama. The slickest, most charming “candidate” to come down the pike in my lifetime. His job? To “fix” everything. Oh, not to fix it for us, to fix it for them.
This show trial is just part of the Pentagon/CIA’s psychological warfare operations against the United States citizenry.
They’re preparing us for something. Not sure what. I can only speculate. Perhaps they just want us to continue to support a nation-crippling military presence in Afghanistan. It is costing us $4 billion a month, roughly $133 million per day, or $5.5 million per hour.
So if you really want to know what’s going on in the world, add good old George Washington to your bookmarks.