Monday, September 11, 2006

Raimondo: "The 9/11 Enigma, Revisited"

Hey, I just joined Digg.Com and posted this from there! (And then went to blogger and fixed it up a little.)
Anyway, I agree with Justin Raimondo's emphasis on Israeli foreknowledge which it did NOT share with US government -- or at least not with the individuals who would have stopped it if they'd known. Would not be surprised if they shared it with Cheney, Wolfowitz, Perle, etc. Bush, doubtless, would have been out of the loop.
Raimondo does not mention that Larry Silverstein was great friends with Israeli hard liner Benjamin Netanyahu. Silverstein of course had recently acquired the lease -- and a huge insurance policy -- on the Twin Towers. Plus he owned Building Number 7, the 47 story building which caught fire and he claimed in a television interview was "pulled" after a fire that should not have collapsed it.
The fact that this building, built with the kind of traditional steel framework which had never collapsed in even worse fires, went down makes one wonder how much help the Twin Towers had in collapsing. (The Towers' It's non-traditional structure was sorely tested by the airplane impacts and subsequent fires.)
Raimondo links to the Fox News story, now on YouTube, about the copious evidence of Israeli spying and the fact hundreds of Israelis were kicked out of the US after 9-11.
Below is a photo of what I dreamed on June 30, 2001. A square tower of smoke over the horizon. As I write in my
biography, I was convinced it was a premonition of nuclear war.
Around 5:30 am on June 30, 2001 I awoke abruptly from a frightening dream. It was sufficiently scary that I wrote in my diary that night: "dreamed looked out window and saw huge tower of brown smoke--realized it was a nuke bomb (no flash) and saw the shock wave coming towards me..." It wasn't until two weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks that I realized that the strange squar-ish smoke tower I saw was a World Trade Center tower and the shock wave was the emotional and political shock that resulted from the attack.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Camp Democracy: Shall It Abolish This Government?

On July 20 I posted Camp Democracy Adopts "Right to Abolish" Government which mentioned they'd included on the left hand panel of the page that magnificent phrase from the Declaration of Independence. "That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."

Well, in a newer iteration, after a big funder joined on board, that fell off the web page. However, I'll still be selling the button. Email sales at if you MUST have two or more, $2 each.

Moreover, this project isn't nicknamed
CAMP FED UP for nothing. There's lots of radical anti-statists coming - though Cindy "I'm an anarchist" Sheehan won't be able to make it because of recent emergency surgery. OF course, she still could surprise us. And Katrina survivors and immigrants who want the freedom to move here will be getting rowdy, along with the peaceniks fed up with the war profiteers, neocons and Israel Lobbyists constantly driving us into war and into debt. Who knows what might develop?

Progressive democrats are the lead organizers and there will be actual "progressive" elected Democratic congresscritters about on a couple of days -- you know, the kind who want to pull out of Iraq so it will be safer to bomb the hell out of Iran once Israel attacks it. But between the above named groups -- and if all you radical decentralists show -- maybe we'll finally get that Secession Network going. Or at least an effective IMPEACH BUSH movement starting November 8th, when the Democrats take congress -- assuming Bush doesn't keep them busy supporting war against Iran. Damn those demopublicans! See photo of first IMPEACH BUSH protest initiated in early 2003 by yours truly through the DC Antiwar Network.

Since the Libertarian Party wimped out on calling for Bush's impeachment, I can't link to them. But at least one decent libertarian has announced he's running for President in 2008: Steve Kubby, the famous and persecuted entrepreneur and medical marijuana patient. He assures me he's against these wasteful interventionist wars. And I'm sure he'd be delighted to impeach Bush.