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Another expert that is speaking out in the new DVD now in production, 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out is Steve Barasch, founder and president of Barasch Architects & Associates, Inc., a 33-year-old architect planning and engineering firm.

His firm has been involved with 500 office buildings of all types and has designed over 250 facilities “from the ground up” throughout California and the Western US. He has experience in designing both concrete and steel multi-story structures of all types, some of which exceeded 110 feet in height.

Barasch states that “WTC Building 7 was built to a fairly modern code that required stiff columns, stiff beams and a great amount of fireproofing throughout…” He adds, “the way it collapsed does not compute for an unplanned demolition.”

He also says “Some of the inconsistencies that I found rather curious was that the buildings came down rather fast…in a rather symmetrical pattern…that the temperature – even with jet fuel – could not, in my mind, bring a building down this fast.…” He feels that “there needs to be a lot of further investigation by a non-government agency that has no [vested] interest in the results.”

You can see the entire interview right now to learn more about high-rise architecture and grossly inadequate NIST report from this important AE911Truth petition signer.

The DVD with more than 50 top experts includes physicists, metallurgists, high-rise architects, structural and chemical engineers along with family members and psychologists.

The new power-packed DVD 9/11: Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out, with more than 50 top petition signers, is now available to order for pre-sale for $20 from the online store of Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth. The DVD ships the first week in September.

The film premieres September 7 through 11 as part of a four-phase approach being taken by AE911Truth to create maximum public education as we head toward the 10th anniversary of the catastrophic events of 9/11. AE911Truth encourages people across the country to organize screenings in their respective cities.

by Liam Scheff
July 29, 2011

We Americans aren’t terribly good students of history. We are, in fact, more enamored with the myth of our country, and now, with the digital and artificial worlds of internet, movies and television, than we are with the actual history of our nation.

“America the beautiful; America, the land of opportunity; Anybody can grow up to be President; If you work hard and do good for others, you’ll rise to the top….”

Does anyone feel this dream is still alive? Did George W. Bush work hard and do good for others? He certainly did rise – or was pulled – to the top. What does that say about our actual nation? If a former addict, drop-out, and mass-executioner is the one chosen to “lead the country,” then we can dispel with the myth of “America the honest and just.” We have to examine the sources of power, and the history hidden just beneath the surface.

The actual history of the country is available, in plain sight, to anyone who wants to look. So much that is shocking is on the record, and so much more brought to the record through the Freedom of Information Act, that it’s a wonder we turn to The Bachelorette for entertainment. The history of our government is far more interesting.

We are, like the ancient Romans, fed “bread and circuses,” to distract us from reality. So-called “reality television” is, in fact, a distraction from that unseemly history that awaits the curious researcher. And here it is:

We’re not run by a government, so much as by a secret government. We call it many things – the national security state, the intelligence community, the corporate internationalists… but it began with one agency – The CIA.

It took less than six years from the CIA’s creation in 1947, (emerging from the wartime information gathering service, the OSS), to its toppling of its first sovereign foreign government – Iran – in 1953. The CIA ousted the elected leader, Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, put it a royal puppet, The Shah, who set up a repressive police state, which tortured and murdered dissidents. Why? Because Iran wanted to nationalize its oil fields, and take them out of the hands of the Western oil barons.

Guatemala was next, in 1954. The CIA took that country apart, and fed it to murderous dictators, leaving a hundred thousand citizens murdered over 30 years. All because Guatemala’s leadership wanted to keep the fruit production in the hands of the people of Guatemala. CIA director Allen Dulles was on the board of the United Fruit Company, which was having its profit margin threatened by an independent Guatemala. And, with the sound of bombs falling on the capital, the CIA was there to say “no” to independence.

Southeast Asia followed, then the Congo in ’60, and Cuba in ’61 and on. In 1963, President John Kennedy had his head blown off on his parade route in Dallas, supposedly by a “lone gunman.” But examine the history.

Was Lee Harvey Oswald a lone nut? Or an ex-military, with military training in Russian, who was allowed to defect to Russia, marry the niece of a KGB colonel, then return to the US, to work in a map-making outfit that contracted with the US Army? He returned to New Orleans, where he spent his time working with known FBI and CIA agents and handlers – Guy Bannister, George de Mohrenschildt, Clay Shaw and David Ferrie.

So much for “lone nut.”

And who changed the parade route to go under tall buildings with open windows? Who was the Mayor of Dallas? It was Earle Caball – the brother of General Charles Caball, deputy director of the CIA – who was forced by Kennedy to resign, along with his superiors, Allen Dulles and Richard Bissell. Kennedy removed these top CIA men after the “Bay of Pigs” invasion of Cuba. Kennedy said he wanted to “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the winds.”

Kennedy was also pulling troops out of Vietnam, and wanted to end the war by 1965. What would that do to the hundreds of millions in weapons sales? What would that do to Pentagon budgets? We never got to find out…

We can trace the rise of today’s secret government power-brokers, Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney, through the seventies, and into the eighties, as the Iran-Contra CIA guns and drugs “scandal” was breaking in the press and the White House. Colonel Oliver North played the sacrificial lamb, with a twist – he sold many Americans on the notion that secret wars were alright, as long as the President wanted them to exist. Many today still buy this rhetoric.

We can fast forward to a day in September, when everything seemed to go wrong at once, and ask ourselves if there were not, indeed, any warnings, or if there shouldn’t have been any way to stop the planes that were tracked, long before they hit their intended targets. As Norman Mineta said, quoting Dick Cheney, as the plane got closer and closer to the Pentagon, and as the information was relayed to the V.P.: “Of course the orders still stand!”

The order to what? We’re not allowed to ask this question. We’re not permitted to ask why steel buildings can disintegrate outward and downward, like a pyroclastic volcanic flow, at free-fall speed, because of office fires. If we do, we’re labeled, “conspiracy theorists.”

But people who use this label aren’t interested in reality; they don’t want to forward investigation, discussion or understanding. Their goal is to suppress all of that. And so, we have to be more than conspiracy “theorists.” We must be conspiracy realists. Because conspiracy is real, it is how the world very often works. We know it from history; we know it from the hidden histories available to anyone who wants to look. Or, to quote Carroll Quigley, “Conspiracy is the normal continuation of normal politics by normal means.”

Let’s be conspiracy realists. The world demands it.

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Admin. Note: Since all the bases are in place, if sanctions don’t work there will be another false flag event in which Iran will be blamed – thus justifying more mass murder and looting along with police action at home. All part of the Project for a New American Century.

Financial Market News
July 25, 2011

As the conflict in East Asia regarding the South Asian Sea, seems to have quieted down temporarily, the US – Iran conflict is reemerging. As mentioned before: warfare, politics and resources are inextricably joined and this case is no different. Oil, the Dollar and Iran are completely interconnected.

This weeks Iran launched an Oil Bourse on Kish Island. At the same time, former CIA officer and middle east expert Robert Baer stated that Israel is preparing to possibly attack on Iran in the Fall.

Meanwhile, a US Drone was shot down Iran and a senior Iranian nuclear scientist was assassinated. There are a lot of behind-the-scenes secret activities taking place right now that make it hard to say with any definitiveness what will happen next in this theatre.

Importantly, readers must understand that the United States is actually in an active war with Iran. Most think the US is not at war with Iran because the US does not have troops inside Iran such as it does in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, and is not engaging in behind-the-scenes support like in Libya, Yemen, and Somalia.

The US is involved in active war with Iran in the form of a Siege:

In the last decade, US military presence surrounding Iran has vastly increased. Starting clockwise around the Iranian Plateau:

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan…the former Soviet States to the northeast of Iran have cooperated with the US by providing base support such as for aircraft landing and other logistic supports.

Afghanistan, Pakistan (AF-PAK)…active war since 9/11 invasion, and US military and CIA activities inside Pakistan. Pakistan has already received billions in US military aid. Also, western supported Jundallah terrorists have attack Iran from inside southwest Pakistan.

United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait…The sparsely populated Arab countries have been receiving full support from the Anglo-sphere for more than a century. Currently these areas are home to US ground, naval and air forces.

Iraq…home to US troops and massive US military political involvement after the invasion and toppling of Saddam. Also home to anti-Islamic Republic of Iran group MEK with US acquiescence.

Turkey…though acting more independently in recent years, it was an original NATO member and is in agreement with the US over Libya.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia (Caucasus)…provide US troops/logistics support.

In addition, US aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean, create a complete physical encirclement.

Click on link for the rest of the article Don’t Get It Twisted, We Are Already At War With Iran

As The U.S. Empire Spreads Abroad It Becomes A Police State At Home

by Sherwood Ross
July 25, 2011
Veterans Today

As America’s empire spreads abroad, it becomes ever more the police state at home. The methods used for the suppression of foreigners by military force and violence are eventually mirrored in the “homeland.”

In an article last September 25th titled “It Is Official: the US Is A Police State,” author Paul Craig Roberts, Assistant Treasury Secretary during the Reagan years, wrote, “’Violent extremism’ is one of those undefined police state terms that will mean whatever the government wants it to mean. In this morning’s FBI foray into the homes of American citizens of conscience it means antiwar activists, whose activities are equated with ‘the material support of terrorism’…”

The FBI raids at home are reminiscent of U.S. military raids overseas. In Iraq, for instance, labor union offices were raided and rifled and labor leaders imprisoned by the Occupation forces. Their “crime” was to oppose sweetheart contract deals with private oil firms.

The vast U.S. prison system, which houses 2.4 million Americans, may be compared with the Gulag the U.S. has built abroad. America today is the World’s Jailer. As Allan Uthman reported on AlterNet, in 2006 the Bush regime began building “detention centers” to warehouse inmates for unspecified “new programs” when the Army Corps of Engineers gave Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown & Root nearly $400 million. What we do abroad, we do at home.

Adopting police state tactics on Americans the U.S. Empire first used on subjects abroad has a long history. When Filipinos rebelled against U.S. rule after their country was “liberated” from Spain, captured resistance fighters were subjected to water torture. Twenty years later, imprisoned American pacifists who opposed the Wilson administration’s entry into World War One were hung by their hands, and had running hoses shoved in their faces.

In its editorial of July 25th, The Nation magazine denounces America’s use of “secret armies, covert operations…offshore torture centers, out-of-control armed corporations, runaway military spending, wars by fleets of robots, wars by assassination—and all the other features of the imperial presidency…”

Click on link for the rest of the article U.S. Imperialism Abroad Creating Police State At Home

In the wake of September 11, 2001, Sibel Edmonds is approached by the FBI. As an American of Iranian and Turkish origin, Edmonds’ linguistic skill-set makes her a valuable asset to the Language Services Unit, where she spends months translating high-security clearance documents. One day shortly after reporting the possible infiltration of her unit by Turkish spies to her supervisors and their supervisors, Edmonds’ world is turned upside-down.

July 24, 2011
Prepared by Kevin Ryan

Scientific evidence for thermitic materials at the World Trade Center is discussed, and an experiment in production and ignition of nanothermite is performed.

July 22, 2011

While the Rupert Murdoch scandal is justifiably front-page news, there is a much wider problem with the mainstream media.

Purchasing Reporters

Famed Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein says the CIA has already bought and paid for many successful journalists.

A CIA operative allegedly told Washington Post editor Philip Graham … in a conversation about the willingness of journalists to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories:

You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month.

The Church Committee found that the CIA submitted stories to the American press:

The New York Times discusses in a matter-of-fact way the use of mainstream writers by the CIA to spread messages.

The government is paying off reporters to spread disinformation.

A 4-part BBC documentary called the “Century of the Self” shows that an American – Freud’s nephew, Edward Bernays – created the modern field of manipulation of public perceptions, and the U.S. government has extensively used his techniques.

The Independent discusses allegations of American propaganda.

One of the premier writers on journalism says the U.S. has used widespread propaganda.

Indeed, an expert on propaganda testified under oath during trial that the CIA employs THOUSANDS of reporters and OWNS its own media organizations (the expert has an impressive background).

Of course, the Web has become a huge media force, and the Pentagon and other government agencies have their hand in that as well.

Second-Hand Propaganda for the Rich and Powerful

But stories directly crafted by CIA and other government employees isn’t the only form of presstitution.

Popular MSNBC anchor Cenk Uygur was recently told to tone down his attacks on the establishment because the head of the network reminded him, “we’re part of the establishment.”

Newseek’s Evan Thomas admitted in 2009:
By definition, establishments believe in propping up the existing order. Members of the ruling class have a vested interest in keeping things pretty much the way they are. Safeguarding the status quo, protecting traditional institutions, can be healthy and useful, stabilizing and reassuring….

“If you are of the establishment persuasion (and I am). . . .”

Virtually all mainstream reporters are “establishment” journalists like Thomas…..

Link to the rest of the article Mainstream Media: Presstitutes for the Rich and Powerful

Update on article published regarding Danny Jowenko:

WTC7: The “Smoking Gun” of 9/11
by Debbie Menon
Veterans Today
July 23, 2011

WTC7 according to Danny Jowenko was absolutely brought down by a controlled demolition.

The accident of prominent Dutch “demolition expert” Danny Jowenko is of special interest to us, because on July 13th 2011 in an exclusive Press TV interview, Dr. Alan Sabrosky, Veterans Today Board member and editor, specifically drew attention to the Dutch demolition expert, Danny Jowenko, stating that two years ago, he came across an extremely disturbing video in which Danny Jowenko was interviewed concerning the collapse on 9/11, of a 3rd World Trade Center building. WTC7, a 47 storey building, the third tallest building, which was not hit by a plane, which was conspicuously missing in the 9/11 commission report and which according to Danny Jowenko was absolutely brought down by a controlled demolition. “That is, WTC-7 went straight down into its own footprint in seconds without any visible external trauma, which means only some catastrophic internal trauma could have brought it down, concluded Sabrosky.” He has repeatedly cited the well known demolition experts’ views and interview in his recent articles and interviews.

On July 16th, 2011, Danny Jowenko died in a one-sided car accident, a frontal collision with a tree, in the village of Serooskerke, The Netherlands Danny Jowenko deceased at Serooskerke (W) Danny Jowenko from the church in Veere Saturday Serooskerke killed in a frontal collision with a tree.

The accident happened just before half past seven at the height of the industrial area at the intersection zomp Wilgenhoekweg / Hondegemseweg. The victim died on the spot…(Publication date 17/7/2011)

Accidents do happen. And, he was not a singularly important and threatening guy like editor Sean Hoar was or Dr. David Kelly (Weapons expert) was.

He was but one of many who have provided valuable and incontrovertible testimony, but still only one of many, and not imminently threatening danger to anyone. I would have to know more about the circumstances of his “accident” before I would let paranoia kick in….

Link to the rest of the article Dutch Demolition Expert Danny Jowenko Dies In Car Crash

Surge, bribe and run? Or surge, bribe and stay? How US military bases and the energy war play out in Afghanistan.

Pepe Escobar
12 Jul 2011
Al Jazeera

Among multiple layers of deception and newspeak, the official Washington spin on the strategic quagmire in Afghanistan simply does not hold.

No more than “50-75 ‘al-Qaeda types’ in Afghanistan”, according to the CIA, have been responsible for draining the US government by no less than US $10 billion a month, or $120 billion a year.

At the same time, outgoing US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has been adamant that withdrawing troops from Afghanistan is “premature”. The Pentagon wants the White House to “hold off on ending the Afghanistan troop surge until the fall of 2012.”

That of course shadows the fact that even if there were a full draw down, the final result would be the same number of US troops before the Obama administration-ordered AfPak surge.

And even if there is some sort of draw down, it will mostly impact troops in supporting roles – which can be easily replaced by “private contractors” (euphemism for mercenaries). There are already over 100,000 “private contractors” in Afghanistan.

It’s raining trillions

A recent, detailed study by the Eisenhower Research Project at Brown University revealed that the war on terror has cost the US economy, so far, from $3.7 trillion (the most conservative estimate) to $4.4 trillion (the moderate estimate). Then there are interest payments on these costs – another $1 trillion.

That makes the total cost of the war on terror to be, at least, a staggering $5.4 trillion. And that does not include, as the report mentions, “additional macroeconomic consequences of war spending”, or a promised (and undelivered) $5.3 billion reconstruction aid for Afghanistan.

Who’s profiting from this bonanza? That’s easy – US military contractors and a global banking/financial elite.

The notion that the US government would spend $10 billion a month just to chase a few “al-Qaeda types” in the Hindu Kush is nonsense.

Link to the rest of the article Why the US won’t leave Afghanistan

Guns and Butter, KPFA radio
July 20, 2011

In this radio interview called, “Connecting the Anthrax Attacks to September 11th”, Dr. Graeme MacQueen discusses his research regarding 9/11 and the anthrax attacks that followed. Covered in this interview are forewarning of the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2000 and 2001; three different approaches to understanding the anthrax attacks of 2001: structural, historical and symbolic; the lone nut theory of perpetrators; connections between the anthrax attacks and the so-called 9/11 hijackers in Florida; Operation Dark Winter; the attempt to disconnect anthrax from 9/11; and why Mohamed Atta asked for a loan.

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