Rubin Schmidt July 9, 2012, 05:33
No David,I,m just saying like Willie there, you can put your "Leak" on the front page of a news paper. It goes un- noticed just like their involvement in the first WTC bombing in 1993. Only 6 people killed in that one. thats hardly going to get you into Iraq or Afganistan What it showed was what they could get away with.Only when the American people want to see the Soloman Bros building (WTC building 7) being demolished in an obviously controlled way, will they see that was the objective, all the time.!!!
David (UK) July 9, 2012, 03:29
Rubin Schmidtwrote on July 8, 2012, 02:26
Now.!Now.! David(UK). Both the "New York Times" and the "Chicago Tribune" reported the CIA,s involvement in the FIRST bombing in 1993. 1993. So what.!!!

In no way an I a cheer-leader for the New York Times. It is just that I cannot understand why the NTY would admit that the documents were not "directly from WikiLeaks - but from intermediary." Give the timing of the leaks,could WikiLeaks have been feed dis-information? For how do the leaks help anyone to understand events in Syria?
Willie Leeker. July 8, 2012, 19:26
The Guardian. Tuesday. 14th. Sept. 2004. YES 2004. "ONE morning in Baghdad." By Ghaith Abdul-Ahad. "On Sunday, 13 Iraqis were killed and dozens injured when U.S. helicopters fired on a crowd of armed civilians. G2 columnist GHAITH ABDUL-AHAD, who was injured in the attack, describes the scene of carnage-ands reveals just how lucky he was to walk away." Is this what all the fuss is about.? Whats the big secret America attacks itself, then "lets loose its dogs of war", and then goes on to destroy most of Korea. Same again, Bay of Tonkin, False Flag, Killing Machine, Millions more victims, Vietnam and a few colateral countries, that time. Isreal tries to instigate the destruction of the Middle East by trying to sink the U.S.S.Liberty maybe this false flag was interrupted by a Russian spy ship, maybe it would,nt have been 40 that died but the whole crew of 400.? Maybe the "Killing Machine" wanted to pick their own day.!!! Who knows, I wonder who gets to dicide this time round.!!!
Rubin Schmidt July 8, 2012, 17:57
Greetings fellow "Sheeples"(Sat. nite.Pub.Sacred. H/o.) "Operation Huskey" "Operaion Baytown" the focus "Operation Avalanche" and "Operation Slapstick" the distractor. Vision of Hell. Salerno. After the early years of "Orders, Counter Orders and Confusion" (Churchill years)..El Alemein...the 9th. Londonderry H.A.A.was on its way. Bengazi The scenic coastal route, I think.! a heavy A/A Regt. sitting in Bengazi waiting for the 8th. to join them.!! This is an example of sticking your head in the box and getting away with it. It ends up just being harmless and humerous.!!!
|Sally Onions. July 8, 2012, 17:03
As a pensioner, I resent beening forced to pay a license fee to "OurState T.V." who then feds me propaganda. How much of the license fee goes to this...."A £47,000 BBC salary for just 24hrs work each year, is this Bilderberg Group Steering Committee member behind the BBC,s blatant propaganda on Syria."? MARKUS AGIUS...I dont remember voting for him either I,m doubly resentful.!!! Can you take this matter up Mr. Lassange. Thank You.
Rubin Schmidt July 8, 2012, 02:26
Now.!Now.! David(UK). Both the "New York Times" and the "Chicago Tribune" reported the CIA,s involvement in the FIRST bombing in 1993. 1993. So what.!!!
Rubin Schmidt July 8, 2012, 00:42
Jim Evens, your some pup. In 1943, in Tripoli, in the no fly zone, imposed on ALL European aircraft, OVER TRIPOPI, by the 9th. Londonderry H.A.A.Regt. Sgt. Evans,s battery fired the first shell on an aircraft which had exceptionally penatrated the rader, they had not fused the shell and it passed right thgrough the fusilage without exploding. They were that good.!!!
David (UK) July 7, 2012, 19:43
Syria, "leaks" and the New York Times

In an interview with RT, Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen makes the interesting point that the New York Times did not received the documents directly from WikiLeaks - but from intermediary. And that, “These are digital documents; we don’t know if they’ve been altered, cherry-picked...”

Radio host Alex Jones says tat much of the information in the leak should not come as a surprise to the public. While There are some gems, “Overall a lot of it is just an echo chamber of the same disinformation...”

If WikiLeaks has been used, and the "leaks" turn out to be dis-information, who benefits most? So far, it does not seem to be Syria.

Again, sorry for going off-subject but this is a live issue.

Jim Evans July 7, 2012, 09:53
Why don`t I write a book and become a celebrity?

Simply because my feeble fallible "self" would be a could destroy the message I have been granted the honour of passing on to you all.

That`s what Isaac Newton meant when he said "If I have seen further it is because I stand upon the shoulders of giants".

It separated the clamouring life force of his greedy ego from the idea itself....and freed his (?) precious ideas from Isaac the man.

The Tate and Lyle tins of my childhood carried the message "out of the strong came forth sweetness" but it was a lie....I could see that the lion was dead....the sweetness came from his dissolution not his strength....

..and my child`s eyes told me that this was what Jesus meant when he told us that the "meek" would inherit the Earth....

The Internet has taken meek little me and sent me on a mission....but that mission is now completed...good luck brothers and sisters ..and goodbye!
Jim Evans July 7, 2012, 09:25
Just study our absurd social political and economic behaviour and you will see that it`s all designed to either impel us back to the Cave of Forgotten Dreams (like Mad Max)....or finish us off entirely.

If you had the job of ensuring Mankind`s continued survival as a species would you use our current social architecture and arrangements?