Friday 9 May 2003

Smoking Gun

What is history? Is it what you read in books, or see on TV, or hear about from your parents? So much of what has really happened in the last 2000 years is covered in a cloak of secrecy and lies. True facts expunged in the name of control, stories turned into fact and legends created all in the name of the control of the many by the few. Bilderberg and organisations like it cultivate and feed the conspiracy. They treat us like errant children incapable of running our own lives, the "elite" who live in their ivory towers and treat the rest of us like serfs. What gives people like the Rothschilds and Rockefellers the right to treat this planet and it's inhabitants like it belongs to them? Just because they have lied, manipulated and stolen their way through history does NOT give them the right to tell me what to do. Their crimes have been erased and thus forgotten by the passage of time, not to mention a history written for them by them and to the detriment of the rest of us. They play their games with the lives of the innocent and start wars so they can profit and grow even more rich. I mean seriously, how much money do you need anyway?

Does Senator Bob Graham have the goods on the Bushies and 9/11?

The mystery of 9/11 only gets murkier as time goes on. How did a rag-tag group of 19 (plus one) conspirators manage to hijack three airliners and crash them into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon – without so much as a small blip showing on law enforcement's radar screen? We may never know the answer to that troubling question, but some people do know – and Senator Bob Graham may well be one of them.

In an interview with PBS, as we noted last year, Graham declared that certain intelligence agencies were involved and/or had foreknowledge of the terrorist attacks. Now we have the Congressional Quarterly's Craig Crawford telling the ABC Radio team of John Batchelor and Paul Alexander:

"I think Bob Graham has a smoking pistol on the Bush administration."

But there's just one hitch, as Crawford explains:

"The problem is that what [Graham] knows – and he knows some very damaging stuff about the Bush administration's failures before 9/11 to prevent 9/11 – he can't talk about because it's classified."

According to Crawford, who is covering the Florida Democrat's White House bid, Graham is looking for a way to drop a dime on the Bushies without overstepping his bounds as a ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee:

"He's got something on Bush. He just can't figure out how to use it."

All I can say is: use it, Bob, use it!

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