This is the first properly constructed investigative journalism examination I’ve found of the events that occurred concerning the ONLY witness – “Danny” – to the “confessions” of the two brothers accused of the crime.
Why did the brothers bother to carjack Danny or anyone at all, confess the bombing to him and allow him to escape to tell the only available tale when they could have just left Dodge? Continue reading “The Entire Case Against Boston Bombers is Based on One Witness “Protected” by FBI & CIA Oversight Agencies”
“The Art of War is Deption” – Sun Tzu
This stuff will not go away. Ever since I learned how to get six guys together with bows and arrows, start feeding the chickens and step away slowly while releasing arrows straight up into the sky; ever since I learned that one gun in every firing squad carries a blank; ever since I discovered that it took 52 000 rounds of live fire to kill one Viet Cong; ever since I learned that ’Thou Shalt Not Kill” is embedded in the brain of every human being, I have wondered how our ‘rulers’ get people to kill each other. Continue reading “Complete Demolition of Key “Hero” Story Of The Boston Bombing – The Carlos Arredondo Fraud”
In the 3rd century AD, Emperor Caracalla famously remarked of Rome’s tax policy:
“For as long as we have this,” pointing to his sword, “we shall not run out of money.” (Of course, Rome did run out of money. )
At the time, Roman taxation was so extractive that it drove people into poverty and desperation. Yet the government continued to forcibly plunder wealth at the point of a sword. Continue reading “Check out the IRS’s stunning admission of its own mafia tactics”
“Whether spinning from the inside out, or from the outside in, Geithner is proof the Washington-to-Wall-Street revolving door serves bankers, not the public interests. We need to weld that door shut.”
Writing in The New Yorker magazine, Andrew Huszar says we need not be surprised that the former treasury chief is cashing in on his insider knowledge and contacts. Huszar worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York when Geithner became president of that powerful supervisor of Wall Street firms. Continue reading “Geithner Flips Through Own Revolving Door, Lands on a Thick Cushion of Wall Street Money”
Connecticut state police plan to release a trove of documents on Friday tied to their investigation of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School last year that killed 20 children and six adults, the agency said on its website.
The release comes about a month after the state Division of Criminal Justice released a report on the Newtown, Connecticut, massacre concluding that the gunman, Adam Lanza, 20, had acted alone, and that his motive may never be known. Continue reading “Connecticut police to release Newtown massacre documents Friday”
Since time began for human beings, we have relied on our senses, particularly eyes to relay the light and shadows from which we ‘decode’ visual reality through the Pineal Gland to the brain. We also decode sounds, feelings, tastes and smells from which the brain then creates ’concepts’ we can express in language, music and art.
In the world of TV and cinema this decoding is known as pictorial semiotics. Continue reading “SPIN. The ‘Slant’ or Direction News Media’s Spin Doctors Want You Pointed Toward? Think Again.”
Today, Congress tried to show that it is capable of tackling our chronic and dangerous debt problems. Despite the great fanfare I believe they have accomplished almost nothing. Supporters say that the budget truce created by Republican Representative Paul Ryan and Democratic Senator Patty Murray will provide the economy with badly needed certainty. But I think the only surety this feeble and fictitious deal offers is that Washington will never make any real moves to change the trajectory of our finances, and that future solutions will be forced on us by calamity rather than agreement. Continue reading “The Criminals Called Congress Bravely Chickened Out”
FT As I see it, the biggest problem today is that the man in the street has accepted the paradigm in which he not only ‘has to pay the banks’ for lending them his money, but accept that they charge him for every movement of it, including counting it online.
Not entirely stupid, rather kept ignorant, when he sees opportunities to use his money as it should be used, to just spend it without some institution charging him for that privilege, he takes the bit… Tom Dennen Continue reading “Bitcoin “Iffy”? Then Why Has JP Morgan Filed a Patent For a Bitcoin-Style Payment System?”
What is Reality?” That’s the basic philosophical question from which come all the other questions like “Why is the government so concerned with spying on its citizens?”
Are we a nation of traitors?
It’s fairly well accepted that there is corruption at the top. “The Untouchables was a TV myth about Chicago booze that said nothing about the oil comanies gettng rid of the electric streetcars in LA and everywhere else and even less about how wonderfully cheap, clean-burning and replenishable alcohol is as truck and car fuel; Nixon was just caught covering up evidence on the Kennedy Assassination and what was the point of impeaching Clinton over a little spot on a dress? Continue reading “How the Conspiracy that Corrupted Congress, the News Media and Academia also Took Over Medicine.”
AUSTRALIAN researchers have been astonished to discover a cure-all right under their noses — a honey sold in health food shops as a natural medicine.
Far from being an obscure health food with dubious healing qualities, new research has shown the honey kills every type of bacteria scientists have thrown at it, including the antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” plaguing hospitals and killing patients around the world. Continue reading “Honey, I killed the superbug”
Either it’s legal or not. The reason Uruguay just recently made marijuana legal was so the government could capture the tax losses that went to drug cartels, much like governments throughout history have thrown out moneylenders for stealing large parts of the government property tax base by usurious lending followed by foreclosures – Tom Dennen
“Meanwhile a powerful host of accusers fell with sudden fury on that class which systematically increased its wealth by usury in defiance of a law passed by Caesar… defining the terms of lending money and of holding estates in Italy, a law long obsolete because the public good is sacrificed to private interest” – Publius Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, The Annals of Rome AD 27. Continue reading “Feds Bust Denver Legal Marijuana Dispensaries, Growers… Shouldn’t That Revenue Stay in the State?”
Nothing is ever what it seems or what you are told it is… when there’s loose money around, who’s is it?
The police and the media pay informers, it goes with the territory.
But the Mob, the Drug Lords and all the other extra-legal governments running around selling sex and drugs and rock ‘n roll without borders have more money for information than any police force or news medium, one of which depends on your taxes and the other on your advertising. Continue reading “Police as Partners in the ‘Illegal’ Drug Business”