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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Nichols Fingers FBI Agent Directing McVeigh in OKC Bombing By Name

Newspaper reported name of Potts before court sealed documents

by Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones (

A newspaper reported the name of the FBI agent fingered by Terry Nichols as having led Timothy McVeigh in carrying out the Oklahoma City bombing before a Utah court order sealed documents pertaining to the testimony.

Though subsequent reports do not mention the accused agent by name, the Deseret Morning News identified the individual as Larry Potts, who was the lead FBI agent during the Ruby Ridge confrontation in 1992 and was also involved in the 51-day siege of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas in 1993.

Potts was forced to retire after it emerged that he tried to cover-up an order to shoot anyone seen leaving the Weaver cabin at Ruby Ridge.

"McVeigh said he believed Potts was manipulating him and forcing him to 'go off script,' which I understood meant to change the target of the bombing," Nichols stated.

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Iran's "Nuclear Threat"

by Michael Rivero

Iran does not have nuclear weapons. Nobody is trying to claim that they do.

What Iran has is a nuclear power plant and the facilities to make fuel rods
for that nuclear power plant. The IAEA has been inspecting all aspects of
the Iranian facilities and has closed-circuit TV cameras watching them at
all times.

More importantly, Iran has a legal right to nuclear power plants and the
systems to make fuel rods for them under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Treaty which the United States and Iran have both signed. In seeking to deny
Iran the right to nuclear power generation, it is the United States which is
violating a key treaty.

But let us suppose for a moment that Iran has a nuclear weapon. They still
would not be a threat to the United States because the United States still
maintains the largest nuclear force in the world. Just one Ohio class
submarine could destroy every key city in Iran. Iran knows this.

So, Iran is not a danger to the United States. Not unless the US Government
wants to admit is wasted all those trillions of dollars building a nuclear
deterrent which isn't a deterrent.

So, as was the case in Iraq, Bush is invading Iran supposedly because of a
non-existent threat.

Of course, we all know the real reason Iran is being invaded; because Israel
has ordered it based on the "Securing the Realm" document written by key
Bush advisers not for the US, but for Israel.

Our kids are being killed and crippled, our wallets are being emptied, our
infrastructure being allowed to decay, all in service to a foreign
government that openly bribes our politicians and screams "anti-Semite" at
those who dare point to the bribery as contrary to American needs and

Please think about this in the months between now and the 2008 elections.

America needs leaders who place America first, second, and third.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007


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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Marc Rich: Neo-Con/Mossad Agent/Presidential Pardon Recipient...

Marc Rich is a Mossad agent who has too many crimes to list.

March Rich was charged on September 19, 1983, by a U.S. Federal Grand Jury on more than fifty counts of wire fraud, racketeering, trading with the enemy and evading more than $48 million in income taxes. The Mass Media only reported his tax evasion.

Rich made a fortune by illegally trading with countries like Russia and Iran which had embargos placed on them. While the US and Europe were containing the USSR the Israelis were secretly trading with them at lucrative prices in exchange for Jewish immergrants and Nuclear technology.
Rich made tens of millions helping the Oligarchs loot Russia. Too understand how in detial I suggest getting the book "Godfather of the Kremlin," by Paul Klebnikov.

Durring the embargo against Russia after they invaded Afghanistan, Rich sold wheat to Russian KGB who in turn distributed it for their own profits, which gaining Rich some nasty allies.

In a nut shell when Russian state run compaines like metals, oil and timber privitized they were not auctioned off to the highest bidder or to whoever could run them the best as was the plan. Instead Russian bureaucrats inside the Soviet government were bribed (and blackmailed) into making deals with nasty Zionists who they had made arrangements with. Yelson was hospitalized and Yegor Gaidar the PM brought in all his crooked friends. The Russian Israelis then gobbled up assets at basement prices and then re-sold them to third parties for their actual worth. They made enourmous profits. They kept what they wanted and Russia had a new class of Billionaires the Oligarchs. Follow the link for more on that.

Rich was Russia's largest trader in Aluminum and Oil, exporting what he got for way below the market price by using fraud and all kinds of dubious means, he flooded Western Markets. The Russian people were being robbed by Rich and the Oligarchs to the point of starvation. Rich and his partner Pincus (Pinky) Green took advantage of this. (In particularl they creeated hords of desperate young Russian girls... thus the Mossad's infamous sex slavery and blackamiling schemes.) The conditions these two helped create in Russia is what allowed for the massive sex slavery rings where by little boys were being raped to death on film. The films were then sold to Europe and Aemerica. The Moscow ring led to the arrest of Seth Bekenstien in California on Jan 4th 2000 and then Victor Razumov. If you remember that story. (CNN finaly reported portions of it two month after it had already leaked on the web.) Hey after all Israel is a country whose president is up for charges of multiple rapes. But hey if it is not on the "news" then it did not happen. More of this sex ring was busted October of 2000 in Italy and the two reporters who reported on it got fired by Gad Lerner the owner of the Italian network. It was later reported in British papers. Reminds me of the Franklin Credit Union cover up with Boystown Nebraska... Just how did Jeff Gannon make refferences to internal government documents about the Plame Affair before it was public? I think it is easy to connect the dots when Rove was a leaker and he is who helped set up the fake Talon News Agency that Gannon was said to work for before being uncovered as a male prostitute, but that's another story (it's in my book). Back to Rich.

Marc Rich and 'Pinky' Green swindled Americans out of hundreds of millions. By the way Marc Rich's hometown Antwerp is where the majority of Extacy sent to America is created ~75% of which is controlled by Israeli mafia. Remember the case of Sean Erez....

In April, 1980 durring the Iran Hostage crisis Marc Rich purchased six million barrels of oil from the Iranian government and sold it on the world market. Payments were made fraudulently through American banks and illegal use of American telecommunications facilities. He made hundreds of millions.

When Rich was charged with tax evasion involving money laundering through the bank of New York (on money he made illegally to begin with) in the US Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Barak called Clinton and asked him to pardon Rich. So did the head of the ADL Abram Foxman. If the head of the ADL and the Leader of Israel were not enough to raise eyebrows, Shabtai Shavit (Former Mossad chief until 1996) also wrote Clinton a letter. And so did Rabbi Irving Greenberg, Chairman of the Holocaust Memorial Council. How interesting that all these Zionists leaders threw their support behind Marc Rich.

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Sunday, February 18, 2007

Theater of the Absurd, by the Absurd, for...

By Fred (

Every time I go to the United States (I have just returned from two weeks in Washington), I am astonished by the antic security, by the proliferation of admonitions and alarms and inchoate fear. Now it is illegal to carry toothpaste on airplanes. I find myself wondering: Is this just another spasm of periodic hysteria, like Prohibition, the Sixties, and a Commie Under Every Bed? Or is it calculated political programming?

Most of it impinges at best lightly upon reality. For example, measures for security at airports are largely useless—if their purpose is to increase security. Think about it. Time and again the public-address system warns that vehicles left unattended in passenger-loading zones "may be ticketed and towed.” Why? By the time anyone notices that the truck is unattended, by definition the driver will be somewhere else. He will certainly be able to walk a hundred yards before the tow-truck arrives—and push the button. Boom. In the case of a suicide bomber (which is what we are worried about, no?) it doesn’t matter anyway. Boom.

For that matter, at any airport you can drive up, load a hundred pounds of suitcases containing god knows what onto a baggage cart, and go into a crowded waiting area. Boom. You probably couldn’t get them onto an airplane. Why would you need to? Terroristically, killing two hundred people in the airport is as good as dropping an airliner.

Most of security is just theater. Over and over, the PA system tells you not to leave baggage unattended or it may be destroyed by security personnel. This doubtless serves to make legitimate passengers watch their luggage. Who cares? A suitcase full of bras and socks isn’t perilous. But none of this keeps a terrorist from leaving a baggage cart and walking for two minutes, far enough to be outside the blast radius.

No, I’m not giving ideas to terrorists. Everything in this column is obvious to anyone with a three-digit IQ.

It gets sillier. If you ride Metro, Washington’s subway, you will incessantly hear things like, “Passengers! Look up from your papers occasionally. Be alert! Report any suspicious behavior to Metro employees.”

Yeah, sure. As a security measure, this is worthless. Why? First, a terrorist would be careful not to look suspicious. Second, what is suspicious behavior on an urban subway? You’ve got rastas, Goths, spike-haired young in leathers, semi-derelicts, blacks from the slums, people from India, Guatemala, Morocco, drunks, stoners, people talking to Mars through the transmitters the CIA put in their teeth, and swarthy men speaking languages you can’t identify. What’s suspicious?

So how do report any of this? You could get off the train at the next stop, go up the escalators, and find the Metro kiosk by the exit gates. You find a bored guy inside waiting for his shift to end.

“Hey, I saw this suspicious guy on the train!” you say.

“Yeah? What was he doing?”

“He had a backpack, and he was looking around a lot like he was nervous, and I think he was sweating.”

Oh. By now the train you were riding has left. The attendant has two choices. He can call in an emergency, have the train halted at the next stop, tie up the whole system at rush hour, and have police search the train, for a guy who looks like he might be sweating. Now, that’s a career-enhancing move. Or he can brush you off. Real world: Which?

Have you ever been on an urban subway at rush hour—which of course is when a terrorist would strike? They are madhouses. People are packed so tight they can hardly move. Everybody is thinking, “Come on, come on, get this damned thing moving.” Suppose you are aboard, and you see what appears to be a forgotten briefcase. What do you do?

The train is now sailing through the tunnel between Rosslyn Station and the Pentagon. Nobody can move an inch. You could scream, “Bomb!” However, the odds are much better than 999 to 1 that it isn’t. Years have passed since 9/11, with no terrorism on Metro. People leave things on trains all the time. Let’s say that you do scream. Chaos results, people very possibly are crushed to death in the panic, and someone pulls the Emergency Stop handle. You have just shut down Metro in rush hour. Further, you are in mid-tunnel. Oh good. The briefcase turns out to contain two sandwiches and a report from Agriculture on locust infestations in Chad. You probably go to jail.

And of course a terrorist would leave the briefcase on a timer to give himself a few minutes to leave Rosslyn Station and be walking innocently up Wilson Boulevard when the thing went off. Say, five minutes. Real world: What are the chances that anyone will notice the briefcase, take it seriously, and clear the train, in five minutes? Zero.

It’s theater. If people actually reported strange behavior however defined, or if Metro cleared trains for forgotten briefcases until the bomb squad arrived, trains would never run.

Are security measures going to keep terrorists out of the US? I just finished reading De Los Maras a Los Zetas, by a Mexican crime reporter. (I don’t think it is available in English.) He talks mostly about the drug trade, but mentions the smuggling of illegal immigrants. In particular he tells of a tunnel going under the border (estimating that at any one time about forty such tunnels are active) through which, he says, about 150 illegals a day passed. All it takes is $2000 or so any you are in the US. There is no border security, boys and girls. Not against anyone serious. There really isn’t.

Now, yes, we may well see more terrorist attacks on the United States. We certainly ask for them. Or they may be prevented by other means. But dramatic announcement on the subway are going to prevent nothing. Nor are color-coded terror alerts that you hear every five minutes in airports. What does anyone do differently when the level is orange instead of green? Cancel reservations? Wear body armor?

On examination, most of the measures purportedly taken to stifle Terror don’t. Opening mail without a warrant? It’s pointless once the terrorists know you are doing it, but effective in intimidating honest citizens. The same is true of warrantless wiretaps and searches. Does the gutting of habeas corpus make us safer against terrorists? Or merely suppress dissent by citizens?

The whole business looks remarkably like malign vaudeville, like mummery intended to accomplish two things. The first is to persuade the foolish that the nation is At War. Actually only the president is at war. The second, and I would like to be wrong about this, is to train the public to obedience. The formula is simple: Keep’em scared and you can do anything. It works. Americans are rapidly becoming accustomed to Soviet-style surveillance, to the state’s power to search and spy without restraint, to being barked at and ordered about by low-level federal employees. People deserve what they tolerate.

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