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Friday, January 01, 2100
BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, the official 9/11 story is very very wrong.
(PERMANENT TOP POST) Please see here for an overview of the 9/11 Frame-Up. Summary: they faked the plane crashes, they faked the videos, and they nuked the towers. "The powers that be" are very sick, evil creatures.
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You can say "haha what a dummy-losing money on casinos" but as I noted, Trump's losses appear deliberate, planned.
But what if there's more to Trump's casino losses, which ran billions of dollars.
Was it to disguise Russian money laundering?
Article below from 1995 notes how Russian mafia was laundering money in and out of the US using dummy corps.
A coincidence that Trump's projects–after banks ditched him–were financed by Russian mafia linked Bayrock?
Soviet characters–Sater, Arif, Sapir, Mashkevich-suddenly pouring hundreds of millions into a bankrupt Trump?
Were these Russian links established during Trump's casino run-he helps them with laundering-they bail him out?
Recall the lawsuit against Bayrock naming Trump and kids alleges $250 million were laundered, untaxed, to Russia.
We know Trump was getting tax benefits for losing people's investments, but now we have this laundering angle.
Here is the smoking gun: US Treasury fined Trump's casinos $10 million for "significant, long standing anti-money laundering violations".
$10M money laundering fine levied on Trump was LARGEST PENALTY
FinCen-Financial Crimes Enforcement Network-ever levied against a casino.
If Congress pursues Trump's Russia ties/grooming, his casino money laundering investigation holds key answers.
Fresh look into the casino would reveal how far back his Russian ties go, activities money laundering supported.
Danny Leung, VP Foreign Marketing at Trump's casino was ID'd by US
Senate as member of organized crime/money laundering outfit 14K Triad
After fall of USSR, hundreds of KGB officers entered Russian mafia–which
made Brighton Beach, Brooklyn–where Sater lived–its US HQ.
Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooting Conveniently Distracts from the Report on Russian Hacking
I saw it myself-- our local paper had the shooting on the front page, while the report on Russian hacking was relegated to an inside section.
I watched CBS national news last night (by accident), and the airport shooting occupied the critical first 10 minutes of the show, pretty stupid coverage overall, so tedious. So formulaic. Don't people get tired of this shit? Then 5 minutes on the big storm to hit the east coast. I gave up after that.
Whatever. I tend to believe the hacking was done by Russians to influence our presidential election, for a variety of reasons. I understand the reticence to believe the US intelligence agencies, but the fact is, they are not wrong about everything, and there is really a confluence of evidence that points to this being a true story.
And the FBI did seem to help throw the election to Trump, with their bogus "October surprise" revelation about Hillary's emails.
Which brings up another point-- I have been wondering if the FBI is actually more corrupt and complicit in terrorism than the CIA. Not that the CIA isn't complicit-- but just that for 9/11, the FBI was in very deep with the hijackers and really ran the cover-up-- much more than the CIA was.
Of course, for 9/11, multiple agencies must have been involved at some level. But the FBI was key.
So in any case, I think this airport shooting actually strengthens the case for Russian hacking, if the PTB felt they needed a distraction away from the story.
As people who've read this blog for a while know, I support the idea that the Apollo moon landings were faked, for a variety of reasons I went over many years ago. If someone is interested in what's been posted here on the moon (or anything in general), they can search the site using the tool on the lower right side. Generally, I really liked the late Dave McGowan's writing on the moon hoax. His original website is gone, but the pieces are archived various places. I have saved the files myself on my computer. If anyone wants them, you can email me.
I really haven't spent too much time thinking on the moon landings in recent years, but with all the conspiracy stuff popping up in the election season, and the media constantly mocking conspiracy theorists as moon hoax believers, I was getting periodic reminders of my thinking on this issue. Then looking up something recently on youtube, I stumbled on this video from 2012 where this sgcollins guy claims that the astronaut footage from the moon could not have been faked by slow motion:
But I have been thinking about this a bit more, and the whole slow motion fakery argument is just dumb. Because in 1/6th gravity, men walking on the moon wouldn't be walking slowly (even with a heavy bulky suit on), they would be zipping around fast because they have so much strength. This oddly is NOT what the footage of astronauts on the moon shows! Sometimes they kind of run and skip, but a lot of the time they do seem to be walking kind of slowly. But really, the only time slow motion would be useful is when someone or something is falling. Interestingly, there's no footage where they ever jump really high on the moon, as would be natural to try. At the same time, another oddity of the moon footage is we rarely if ever see anything falling on the moon WAY slower than it should. Slow motion could be used effectively for these short parts where they want to show something falling slowly. But overall, saying they faked moon gravity using slow motion is just dumb.
I realized (or remembered) that the easiest way to fake the low gravity of the moon would not be slow motion video, but to have the astronauts (they are on a movie set anyway) hung by suspension wires with some play or give to them, so that much of the astronaut's weight is eased but they still contact the ground. I know I've seen this proposed elsewhere and some examples of it in footage. For instance this:
Note, I don't agree with everything in the video, but the basic point is there.
Wires are certainly the obvious solution to faking low gravity, rather than slow motion video.
So look at this example of an Apollo 16 astronaut falling on the moon:
Would this guy really fall like that and have such trouble getting up in 1/6th gravity? The backpack is not that much weight relatively, to throw his balance off, and even if the whole suit is 200 pounds, he's still 1/3 lighter than on earth if we assume he's about 200 pounds. So, he should still be 3 times stronger than on earth, and be able to jump up very easily.
There are many odd issues with this clip, for instance after his first leaning fall, and he tries to get up, then he falls again-- more quickly than expected. Also when he falls, he's sort of suspended above the ground (which fits the suspension wire footage). There's also some dirt that gets kicked up that falls down veryy quickly-- like earth gravity speed. So it's just weird footage. I think the key oddity is the way his whole center of gravity seems off-- which doesn't really make sense for being in 1/3th gravity and wearing a backpack. His center of gravity COULD be thrown off by suspension wires though, if they are positioned away from his natural center of gravity, such as on his backpack.
The same sort of problems are seen in two different scenes of falling Apollo 17 astronauts here at 10 minutes and 15 minutes in:
A really convincing example of unnatural weight shifting at 2:30 in this video:
Also see here:
There are a bunch of related videos from this last one, showing all manner of obvious fakery.
Trump is DEEP in debt with Russia and he owes them.
So they help him get elected so he will do their bidding, and now he's pulling everyone along on an incredibly treasonous gamble to do Putin's bidding in order to cover his debts.
The GOP has fallen behind this guy, all because he easily manipulated their base (they've been programmed to believe his crap after years of rightwing radio and FoxNews BS) and he's gotten elected POTUS with the help of Russian aid.
It's freaking insanity, it's the plot of thriller movie. But it seems to be real life.
However-- it is also a house of cards that could come crashing down rather easily if the right threads are pulled. Trump would be revealed as a massive traitor, and the GOP would be absolutely ruined as a party, after they backed his election.
Americans NEED TO SEE TRUMP'S TAXES. That is the thread we need to pull.
On Dec. 22, president-elect Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin both announced that they intend to increase their respective countries’ nuclear arsenals. Their use of language eerily paralleled each other. “The United States must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes,” Trump tweeted. “Russia should fortify its military nuclear potential and develop missiles that can penetrate any missile-defense system,” Putin said at a defense ministry meeting.
The joint statements set off speculation that the United States and Russia are planning an increase in nuclear capacity that is in stark contrast to standard anti-proliferation policy.
This is an erroneous interpretation. Trump and Putin aren’t heading to war with each other—they’re heading to war together.
Trump is a vociferous defender and admirer of Putin and is suspected by multiple intelligence experts of being assisted and even co-opted by the Kremlin. Russian interference in the US election has been affirmed by multiple US intelligence agencies and has led to calls for a congressional investigation. Rather than engaging in an arms race against each other, Trump and Putin are possibly teaming up as nuclear partners against shared targets.
Sound fantastical? It’s not: Trump has been obsessed with nuclear weapons for several decades, and has expressed his desire to coordinate with Russia on nuclear policy since the 1980s. In 1984 Trump, backed by Roy Cohn, the political operative who advised Joe McCarthy and Richard Nixon, proclaimed his goal of negotiating nuclear deals with the Soviets: “It would take an hour-and-a-half to learn everything there is to learn about missiles,” Trump said. “I think I know most of it anyway. You’re talking about just getting updated on a situation… You know who really wants me to do this? Roy… I’d do it in a second.”
This rhetoric mirrors Trump’s current rejection of expert advice and conviction that his instinct is enough to guide policy. (“I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things,” he said in March 2016 when asked whom he consults on foreign affairs.) During the 2016 US presidential campaign, Trump refused to look at intelligence briefings or collaborate with anyone outside his inner circle. This advisory team is comprised of corporate raiders, warmongers, and white supremacists, some of whom—like his nominee for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, or national security advisor, Michael Flynn—are personally tied to Putin as well.
In 1987, Trump made his goal of Russian collaboration on nuclear power explicit: The Soviet Union and the US should partner to form a nuclear superpower with the intention of intimidating other countries into dropping their own nuclear plans.
“Most of those [pre-nuclear] countries are in one form or another dominated by the US and the Soviet Union,” Trump told journalist Roy Rosenbaum. “Between those two nations you have the power to dominate any of those countries. So we should use our power of economic retaliation and they use their powers of retaliation, and between the two of us we will prevent the problem from happening. It would have been better having done something five years ago. But I believe even a country such as Pakistan would have to do something now. Five years from now they’ll laugh.”
When Rosenbaum suggested Pakistan would not respond favorably to this policy, Trump laughed:
“Maybe we should offer them something. I’m saying you start off as nicely as possible. You apply as much pressure as necessary until you achieve the goal. You start off telling them, ‘Let’s get rid of it.’ If that doesn’t work you then start cutting off aid. And more aid and then more. You do whatever is necessary so these people will have riots in the street, so they can’t get water. So they can’t get Band-Aids, so they can’t get food. Because that’s the only thing that’s going to do it—the people, the riots.”
Trump then suggested that the US and Russia jointly apply the same policy of brutal sanctions on US allies like France.
1987 was also the first year Trump visited Russia, which was then part of the Soviet Union. In 1988, he attempted to meet with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, reportedly to sell him on his nuclear plan. This meeting never happened. At this time, Trump also began proclaiming his presidential ambitions and taking out newspaper advertisements harshly criticizing US foreign policy.
While Trump’s obsession with nuclear weapons, calls for riots, rejection of expert advice, and deference to Russian leaders has remained consistent since the 1980s, his position on the use of nuclear weapons has changed. Originally, Trump proposed his nuclear partnership with Russia as an unusual form of deterrence.
In 2016, however, he repeatedly stated his goal to use nuclear weapons on other countries.
In an interview with Chris Matthews in April, Trump said the use of nuclear weapons may be necessary under certain circumstances. When pressed to elaborate by a startled Matthews, Trump continued: “Then why are we making them? Why do we make them?”
He went on to say he would consider using nuclear weapons on Europe and the Middle East.
On Aug. 3, after a week marked by a series of scandals including Trump asking Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails during what would be his final press conference, MSNBC host Joe Scarborough expressed his own belief that that Trump was obsessed with using nuclear weapons in an exchange with Mike Barnacle:
Scarborough: I’ll be careful here. Several months ago, a foreign policy expert on the international level went to advise Donald Trump, and three times he asked about the use of nuclear weapons. Three times he asked, at one point, “If we have them, why can’t we use them?”
Scarborough: That’s one of the reasons why he has—he just doesn’t have foreign policy experts around him.
Barnicle: Trump? Trump asked three times whether we can use nuclear weapons?
Scarborough: Three times in an hour briefing, “Why can’t we use nuclear weapons?”
At the time, Scarborough seemed deeply alarmed by Trump’s plans. On Aug 22, Trump threatened to reveal secret information about Scarborough and his co-host Mika Brzezinski. A few weeks later, the hosts met with Trump and have since providing flattering coverage of the president-elect.
Scarborough appears to be the sole media figure Trump informed on his new nuclear policy, which Scarborough paraphrased on Dec. 23 as “Let it be an arms race because we will outmatch them at every pass and outlast them all.”It is unclear who “them” is in this situation—and the phrasing is likely very alarming for countries around the world.
But given Trump’s affection for and connection to the Kremlin—one the Kremlin itself has confirmed—and the fact that the US and Russia have now promoted nearly identical foreign policies (and also appear to be pursuing a series of financial arrangements in the gas and oil industry that benefit billionaires of both states), it is unlikely that the US is preparing to engage in a nuclear arms race against Russia.
Trump may have found the nuclear partner in Putin he has been seeking for decades. In Trump, Putin may have found a willing accomplice who will back Russian imperialistic ambitions and drop sanctions, among other benefits.
This is the new mutually assured destruction: the two states with the most nuclear weapons in the world, both backed by authoritarian leaders, may be partnering against as-yet unknown shared enemies.
Their rhetoric alone is dangerous, and an actual increase in nuclear arsenals more so. In a worst case scenario, the end target of Trump and Putin’s destructive ambitions could ultimately be the entire world.
Trump is almost certainly a Russian agent of some sort.
This whole creepy-ass shit enhances the idea that Russia helped ensure Trump election.
While this probably sounds sort of crazy, it is still a fascinating idea that can explain a number of other conspiracy issues such as Apollo moon landing fakery, UFO's, and why things are so fucked up here on earth.
I'm not saying the evil alien-quarantine theory is an absolute fact, but it's a useful model to work with.
But I have some additional ideas on this model.
The evil PTB would need most of the nukes on earth for their purpose of breaking out of quarantine. But the problem is, right now, most of the nukes are controlled by two countries: US and Russia. The nukes are pointed to earth, but really what is need is to point the nukes at the atmosphere of the planet, to the outer edge where the quarantine ships are, to disable them. That would mean total control of all the US-Russian nukes, and to be able to re-direct them.
With different governments in opposition to each other this would be impossible.
But if US and Russia became friendly, and allied militarily, their nukes could be tied to one controller.
Who favors closer relations with Russia and the US? Trump and Putin, of course.
Who would block such a union? Hillary, of course.
So Hillary could be saving us from the ultimate horror scenario of the atmosphere getting nuked, essentially destroying life on the planet.
Conspiracy types typically portray Hillary as the one hell-bent on starting a nuclear war with Russia, but to me, that isn't plausible. I don't buy that she is that evil, in willing to kill almost everyone on the planet.
The official 9/11 story is a lie. The 9/11 plane hijackings and crashes were clever hoaxes. The WTC1, WTC2 and WTC7 towers were brought down by demolition, and there is evidence for the use of small nuclear bombs in the demolition of WTC1 and 2. All in all, 9/11 was a massive and cruel hoax foisted upon the world, done in order to spark the obscene "war on terror", to cover up financial fraud and to further the ends of the global elite. 9/11 was only the most egregious of several other recent false-flag terror operations.
9/11 was a conspiracy, as it involved several people conspiring to commit a crime. The official 9/11 narrative, as codified by the 9/11 Commission Report, is NOT proven as the most likely explanation for the events of 9/11/01. The official 9/11 story is therefore a theory. This means that the OFFICIAL 9/11 Story is really a "CONSPIRACY THEORY"!
Statement of Principles
I have no fondness for any religion, as I think it makes people do extreme and violent things. Islamic terrorists do exist and I detest them as much as I detest the true perpetrators of 9/11. Most likely Islamic terrorists were used as patsies in 9/11, as part of a highly organized covert operation by a group affiliated with the US goverment and US military.