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Posted on December 20 at 1:27 a.m.

The "inside job" is not an adequate explanation of 9/11 and it is used to put an end to questions, doubts, contradictions, and alternate possibilities. People are left with the vague sense that some combination of the Bush family, the CIA, and oil-rich Arabs is responsible. But the fact that Obama and all the Democrats support Bush's 9/11 tale makes that explanation impossible.

It is an inside job only in the sense that the Zionist perpetrators had control of insiders of both parties, the complicity of our intelligence services, and control of the media.

On Is Ours a Society That Accepts Torture?

Posted on December 17 at 2:49 p.m.

spacey,

The personal boundaries of blacks are very well-respected, so much so, that when they take up residence in a neighborhood the white people move out and leave them to it. Detroit used to be a white majority city, it is now a majority black and has 60,000 abandoned buildings.

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Posted on December 17 at 12:54 p.m.

Ahem,

I think you would be hard-pressed to find white women who believe they have been "historically mistreated". The white women most likely to have voted for Obama are young, unmarried, college women who wear the phony mantle of oppression while their mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers voted with their husbands in the interests of their families.. I can guarantee that the forbearers of today's young women did not feel oppressed because abortion was illegal and family planning was a private matter.

Obama has deserted the working man and his family and he has replaced them with a new coalition of blacks, la Raza, angry women, and homosexuals. When a party no longer represents the core population, but rather a motley crew of "historical victims" they have to re-cast the white working man as racist, sexist, and homophobic. And if that white man has some scope he is then cast as anti-semitic.

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Posted on December 17 at 11:47 a.m.

DrDan,

Obama has never once rejected or even questioned the phony 9/11 tale that underlies the undeclared and interminable war in Afghanistan, the illegal detention and immoral torture of prisoners, and the assassination of the "mastermind" designated by the real perpetrators of 9/11.

He can't question the Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Powell, Ashcroft tale no matter how many Americans doubt and dispute it. What a different it world it would have been if Obama had not been controlled by the same power that directs and controls the Republicans.

On Reaction to CIA torture report?

Posted on December 17 at 12:10 a.m.

Isn't anyone puzzled by the fact that when Obama took office in 2009 he could have called for a criminal investigation of George W. Bush for authorizing and overseeing his administration's well-documented torture program? In 2011 both the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Canadian Center for International Justice lodged a lengthy and detailed indictment against Bush who had to cancel a planned trip to Switzerland for fear of being criminally charged.

It's a little late for Obama and the Democrats to pose as innocents when they have been complicit in the unlawful detention of hundreds of men and boys who have never been charged with crimes. Not only does Obama fail to condemn the detention and torture, he authorized the execution of a man who had not been charged, much less, tried, and convicted.

Decent people who believe in the principles of our Constitution and accept the rules of the Geneva Convention are left high and dry by two presidents and their administrations who have violated those principles and rules.

On Reaction to CIA torture report?

Posted on December 16 at 11:19 p.m.

If white Americans are racist, bigoted, white supremacists how did a black man end up as President ? How did millions of Mexicans get into the country unimpeded?

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Posted on December 15 at 6:06 p.m.

loonpt,

The Democrats' resurrection of the torture stories at this point is simply to shift all blame to the Republicans for the evils perpetrated after 9/11. It is part of the Dems strategy for 2016. In other words it's partisan.

But a partisan approach will never get at the truth, punish wrong-doers, or allow us to repair the damage to our country. Why? Because both parties and all government officials have endorsed the original story put out by the Bush Administration in the first 48 hours after 9/11.

It is that preposterous story that keeps the wars going, that keeps the prisoners in Guantanamo, that provides the justification for the Patriot Act, the NDAA and the TSA, and underlies Obama's "assassination" of someone who was probably already dead.

None of this could happen if the real perpetrators of 9/11 were exposed in an honest, thorough investigation. But in our two-party system that is rife with disagreement there appear to be only two things that both parties unanimously agree upon: 1) Muslim hijackers did 9/11 because they "hate our freedom" and 2) The adulation of the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Posted on December 15 at 2:58 p.m.

madwand,

The "point" of torturing them is exactly the same as the "point" of rounding them up in the first place - it was to provide verisimilitude to the phony 9/11 tale. It was the same "point" that gave us Donald Rumsfeld on TV showing a story board version of the underground "caves" from which Osama bin Laden directed those fantastic terrorists. It was the same "point" John Ashcroft made when he held up a hand-written will that was said to have been retrieved from the Pennsylvania crash site.

A false flag operation doesn't work unless the target population believes they have been attacked by the "enemy" chosen by the real perpetrators. Whoever the real perpetrators were their story has been underwritten and endorsed by the actions of both the Bush and Obama Administrations. It is significant that a joint session of Congress gave an unheard of, unanimous 29 standing ovations to Benjamin Netanyahu. Go figure.

On Last Train to DogVille

Posted on December 15 at 12:22 p.m.

madwand,

The US did not torture for the "sake of torture" nor did it torture for "real value intelligence". The several hundred men and boys they held were stage props in the 9/11 false flag action. Thirteen years later they are still being held because the show must go on.

See how everyone accepts the undeclared war in Afghanistan, the imprisonment without charges, and even the torture because they believe the story that 19 Muslim hijackers, armed with box cutters, were directed from a cave in Afghanistan.

If the US imprisons and tortures hundreds for over a decade but is unsuccessful at getting any intelligence about Osama bin Laden and his 9/11 coup, why on earth did Obama have the mastermind killed?

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Posted on December 14 at 8:56 p.m.

Torturing innocent people was used to make you believe that America was attacked by Muslim hijackers on 9/11/2001. That's all it was for - the Bush and Obama administrations have always known that their prisoners were innocent.

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