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Exposing Falsehoods and Revealing Truths

This time of year, I still remember where I was , so vividly when they announced John Lennon died.  One review of Fenton Bresler's book "the CIA killed John Lennon", 

"When I first saw this title I said, "No, no, no. I'm not ready for this. I still haven't come to terms with several other murder conspiracies and I don't need this one." I was inclined to take the story at face value, that which was offered by the major media at the time. I certainly did not want to think there was something more sinister behind the Lennon killing. When I picked up the book out of curiosity I found not the ravings of a "conspiracy nut," but a very coherent and rational investigation into the murderer. It had been "an open and shut" case, so few questions were ever raised about it"

in 1989 I would not have taken it seriously.  But we've come a long, long, long way since then.

The stuff that Russ Baker and Jim Hankey alone have found out about the Bushes should make us sick.  And so much more.  So I have to ask, why, did a young man like Lennon lose his life so quickly and easily, and the memorials afterward reminded me of JFK's.  I've seen McCartney in concert, a great artist, but not the powerful political force Lennon was becoming.  He died one month before HW Bush became vice prez and they tried to kill Reagen to get him into the head position only a few months later.  I really think it's very likely the agency took Lennon out, because they understood that he would have been a powerful force against their war machine, look at how many wars.  Would these modern wars have had any chance had Lennon united a powerful peace party throughout the Bush elder and junior eras?  None of this was by chance.  And why did Chapman have the same weird behavoir as the rest of the lone nuts like Sirhan unless he was a drugged out Manchurian zombie?  

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I will never forget coming back to my dorm that day, having friends yelling out the window that John had been shot. We were so shocked and saddened we all just hugged and cried for hours. Nasty MK-ULTRA bastards! Sickening indeed!

In solidarity,

Shallel

Shallel

yes, I too was in my grad school office with my friend when we heard about it.  I'm sure we had a good cry.  take care

And another philosophical rant I have is that is am extremely disturbed about recent articles I've been reading by Dr. Fetzer and others about assassinations as a matter of course for the ruling politicos from Cheney to Obama and examples such as Wellstone and Pat Tillman.

When scholars like Fetzer start making authoritative writings documenting assassination of foreigners and americans as a matter of doing business, then any pretense of anthing but the laws of the jungle simply don't exist.  What after the middle ages and the magna carta, what are we back to the jungle AGAIN?  BS, BS, BS, there is no excuse for this this time; in the past the oligarchs could rightly claim lack of knowledge and resources, in 2011 there are resources, inventions, and methods for education, that they can't fall back on this excuse anymore.  Now they are just exposed for the sub human animals they always were, and continue to be.  

And their henchmen still are the same cowardly lions they always were from biblical times from Gary Mack and continuing broadside through the intel agencies.  

LOWER THAN THE ANGELS?  Jacob Bronowski.

 

 

" The cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be.  Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us-there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory,of falling from a height.  We know we are approaching the greatest of mysteries.

  The size and age of the Cosmos are beyond ordinary human understanding.  Lost somewhere between immensity and eternity is our tiny planetary home.  In a cosmic perspective, most human concerns seem insignificant, even petty.  And yet our species is young and curious and brave and shows much promise.  In the last few millennia we have made the most astronishing and unexpected discoveries about the Cosmos and our place within it, explorations that are exhilarating to consider.  They remind us that humans have evolved to wonder, that understanding is a joy, that knowledge is prerequisite to survival.  I believe our future depends on how well we know the cosmos."

 

 

Carl Sagan in COSMOS.

 

 

These great philosophers made us think about our overall place as human animals in this universe and challenged us to consider whether human aspirations or the pit of human animalistic impulses would win out.  They penned these bold words decades ago.  I wonder if they have lived through this post 911 orwellian world, which they would now choose.  I myself believe these great aspirations are true for the human population in general, but something about human societies let the vilest individuals rule.  That is certainly what is going on today.

 

I do not recall much about Lennon's death.  I have been thinking a lot lately about the Oklahoma City bombing, April 19 1995.  There is a wonderful new documentary out called A Noble Lie  ANobleLie.com.  The makers of the video just wanted to get the truth on the record.  Many of the people who spoke on the video said it was the last time they would speak publicly on the event but that they were glad the truth is being put objectively and professionally on the record.

 

Here we have our government mass murdering about 190 people, many of whom were little children in the day care center.  The official story still insists on the lone person Timothy McVeigh when scores of witnesses say McVeigh was with others.  Also there is much evidence that the building started shaking and coming down many seconds before the AMFO bomb went off.

 

Our government has been totally taken over by the lowest criminals on the planet.

 

 

 

yes,

I used to see these events in isolation, I now know they were all planned by intel ops working for the monster oligarchs.  It is so very obvious now.  I really do fear what Rodney Shakespeare on real deal said, a total collapse in economy and society, it is totally possible, and they are gearing up the FEMA camps for the chaos.  It is a very unstable situation now.  

historian Bettany Hughes:

"By 407 the British people finally made a stand; they'd had enough, sick of handing over huge amounts of cash to the imperial treasury with nothing in return. When Constantine withdraw Roman troops at a time when Barbarian hoardes where overrunning the countryside, that was the final straw.  In 408 there was a revolt, Constantine's officials were expelled, It was a clear and overdue signal that this country wanted nothing more to do with Roman rule"

let's hope modern Barbarian hoardes can prevent us all from imperial troops throwing us into concentration, eh, FEMA camps before it's too late.  Britian had a happy ending, I hope we will too.

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