Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sept-11 Twin Towers: Controlled Demolition?

Here are the facts:

The Twin Towers' destruction exhibited all of the characteristics of destruction by explosives: (and some non-standard characteristics)


Destruction proceeds through the path of greatest resistance at nearly free-fall acceleration


Improbable symmetry of debris distribution


Extremely rapid onset of destruction


Over 100 first responders reported explosions and flashes


Multi-ton steel sections ejected laterally 600 ft at 60 mph


Mid-air pulverization of 90,000 tons of concrete & metal decking


Massive volume of expanding pyroclastic-like clouds


1200-foot-dia. debris field: no "pancaked" floors found


Isolated explosive ejections 20 – 40 stories below demolition front


Total building destruction: dismemberment of steel frame


Several tons of molten metal found under all 3 high-rises


Evidence of thermite incendiaries found by FEMA in steel samples


Evidence of explosives found in dust samples


No precedent for steel-framed high-rise collapse due to fire

And exhibited none of the characteristics of destruction by fire, i.e.


Slow onset with large visible deformations


Asymmetrical collapse which follows the path of least resistance (laws of conservation of momentum would cause a falling, intact, from the point of plane impact, to the side most damaged by the fires)


Evidence of fire temperatures capable of softening steel


High-rise buildings with much larger, hotter, and longer lasting fires have never “collapsed”.


Anwar, Dana, Portal media dan Agenda Dunia Neoconservative Amerika

Berikut adalah petikan dari artikel "Pochong":

dibeli rumah baru Bukit Segambut Dalam yang berharga RM 7 Juta. Ada yang mengatakan rumah baru itu seumpama 'mahligai', bertingkat-tingkat yang memang sesuai untuk seorang yang bakal bergelar" bakal PM".

Lagipun 'mahligai' baru Anwar itu dikelilingi pagar, dipenuhi CCTV dan mempunyai pegawal keselamatan yang bertugas menjaga keselamatan 24 jam.'

2. '...
Kalau di Malaysia, Anwar dan PKR lebih menonjolkan penaja-penajanya dari yayasan luar negara. Antaranya yang paling popular Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAF) dan Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) yang kedua-duanya berasal dari Jerman.

3. "..
Manakala FNF pula menumpukan kepada bengkel dan penajaan penulis media internatif (khususnya internet) khususnya membantu karier Anwar.

4. Yayasan itu memberi dana kepada Anwar Ibrahim Club (AIC); mengadakan bengkel melatih penulis-penulis muda di internet serta membayar elaun bulanan kepada penulis internet pro-Anwar seperti Faisal Mustaffa (blog merpati jingga), Jeff Ooi dan Raja Petra Raja Kamaruddin (Malaysia-today).

5. Matlamat utama penajaan FNF adalah untuk mewujudkan konsep liberalisme di Malaysia.

6. Aktivis PKR termasuk Jonson Chong, Dr Zaliha Mustafa, Cheah Kah Peng, Beh Lih Yi (Malaysiakini) turut ditaja oleh FNF untuk menjayakan konsep ini.

7. Kehadiran Beh Lih Yi mewakili Malaysiakini telah mengesahkan kaitan Anwar, PKR dan Malaysiakini berasaskan sumber penajaan yang sama...."

Portal itu sendiri dalam artikelnya "Malaysiakini: Free or pay?" mengakui bahawa Malaysiakini ditaja oleh FNF, Asia Foundation dan Open Society Institute (OSI), milik George Soros.

9. Malah satu lagi projek rangkaian Malaysiakini iaitu (Malaysian Internet TV channel) merupakan projek tajaan FNF.

Malah team tajaan FNF ini berusaha mencari pelapis-pelapis baru dengan menaja bengkel pembikinan video dengan bekerjasama Youth for Change (Y4C).

Penaja utama Anwar adalah The National Endowment For Democracy (NED),
berpengkalan di 1101 Fifteenth Street, New York, Suite 700 Washington, DC.

12. Presiden NED ialah Carl Gershman, berbangsa Yahudi. Dia adalah Yahudi Amerika yang dikenali dalam rangkaian kumpulan neo-konservatif.


Monday, February 15, 2010


Let me share with you the writings of Rick Rozoff.

"That the Pakistan's ISI [Inter-Services Intelligence] has had links to armed extremists is no revelation.

The Pentagon and the CIA worked hand-in-glove with it from 1979 onward to subvert successive governments in Afghanistan. That Iran is "training fighters for certain Taliban groups" is a provocational fabrication."

The main focus of a report, published by the Washington Post,being a version of General McChrystal's Commander's Initial Assessment, is concentrated and intensified counterinsurgency war; not surprising given McChrystal's previous role as head of the Joint Special Operations Command, the Pentagon's preeminent special operations unit, in Iraq.

It includes the demand that "NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) requires a new strategy....This new strategy must also be properly resourced and executed through an integrated civilian-military counterinsurgency campaign....This is a different kind of fight. We must conduct classic counterinsurgency operations in an environment that is uniquely complex....Success demands a comprehensive counterinsurgency (COIN) campaign."

McChrystal's evaluation also indicates that the war will not only escalate within Afghanistan but will also be stepped up inside Pakistan and may even target Iran.

"Afghanistan's insurgency is clearly supported from Pakistan. Senior leaders of the major Afghan insurgent groups are based in Pakistan, are linked with al Qaeda and other violent extremist groups, and are reportedly aided by some elements of Pakistan's ISI [Inter-Services Intelligence].

"Iranian Qods Force [part of the nation's army] is reportedly training fighters for certain Taliban groups and providing other forms of military assistance to insurgents. Iran's current policies and actions do not pose a short-term threat to the mission, but Iran has the capability to threaten the mission in the future."


As to who is responsible for the thirty-year disaster that is Afghanistan, McChrystal's assessment contains a sentence that may get past most readers. It is this:

"The major insurgent groups in order of their threat to the mission are: the Quetta Shura Taliban (05T), the Haqqani Network (HQN), and the Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin (HiG)."

The last-named is the guerrilla force of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the largest recipient of hundreds of millions (perhaps billions) of U.S. dollars provided by the CIA to the Peshawar Seven Mujahideen bloc fighting the Soviet-backed government of Afghanistan from 1978-1992.

While hosting Hekmatyar and his allies at the White House in 1985 then President Ronald Reagan referred to his guests as "the moral equivalents of America's founding fathers.”

Throughout the 1980s the CIA official in large part tasked to assist the Mujahideen with funds, arms and training was Robert Gates, now U.S. Secretary of Defense.

Last December 2008 BBC News reported:

"In his book, From the Shadows, published in 1996, Mr Gates defended the role of the CIA in undertaking covert action which, he argued, helped to win the Cold War.

"In a speech in 1999, Mr Gates said that its most important role was in Afghanistan.

"'CIA had important successes in covert action. Perhaps the most consequential of all was Afghanistan where CIA, with its management, funnelled billions of dollars in supplies and weapons to the mujahideen, and the resistance was thus able to fight the vaunted Soviet army to a standoff and eventually force a political decision to withdraw,' he said." [6]

Now according to McChrystal the same Gulbuddin Hekmatyar who was cultivated and sponsored by McChrystal's current boss, Gates, is in charge of one of the three groups the Pentagon and NATO are waging ever-escalating counterinsurgency operations in South Asia against.


To make matters even more intriguing, former British foreign secretary Robin Cook - as loyal a pro-American Atlanticist as exists - conceded in the Guardian on July 8, 2005 that "Bin Laden was...a product of a monumental miscalculation by western security agencies. Throughout the 80s he was armed by the CIA and funded by the Saudis to wage jihad against the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. Al-Qaida, literally 'the database', was originally the computer file of the thousands of mujahideen who were recruited and trained with help from the CIA to defeat the Russians."

Russian analyst and vice president of the Center for Political Technologies Sergey Mikheev was quoted in early September as contending that "Afghanistan is a stage in the division of the world after the bipolar system failed. They [U.S. and NATO] wanted to consolidate their grip on Eurasia...and deployed a lot of troops there. The Taliban card was played, although nobody had been interested in the Taliban before."

Pentagon chief Gates' 27 years in the CIA, including his tenure as director of the agency from 1991-1993, is being brought to bear on the Afghan war according to the Los Angeles Times of September 19, 2009, which revealed that "The CIA is deploying teams of spies, analysts and paramilitary operatives to Afghanistan, part of a broad intelligence 'surge' that will make its station there among the largest in the agency's history, U.S. officials say.

"When complete, the CIA's presence in the country is expected to rival the size of its massive stations in Iraq and Vietnam at the height of those wars. Precise numbers are classified, but one U.S. official said the agency already has nearly 700 employees in Afghanistan.

"The intelligence expansion goes beyond the CIA to involve every major spy service, officials said, including the National Security Agency, which intercepts calls and e-mails, as well as the Defense Intelligence Agency, which tracks military threats."

U.S. and NATO Commander McChrystal will put the CIA to immediate use in his plans for an all-out counterinsurgency campaign. The Los Angeles Times article added:

"McChrystal is expected to expand the use of teams that combine CIA operatives with special operations soldiers."

"The CIA is also carrying out an escalating campaign of unmanned Predator missile strikes on Al Qaeda and insurgent strongholds in Pakistan. "


Indeed, on September 13 it was reported that "Two NATO fighter jets reportedly flew inside Pakistan's airspace for nearly two hours on Saturday.

"The airspace violation took place in different parts of the Khyber Agency bordering the Afghan border."

Two days later "NATO fighter jets in Afghanistan...violated Pakistani airspace and dropped bombs on the country's northwest region.

"NATO warplanes bombed the South Waziristan tribal region....Moreover, CIA operated spy drone planes continued low-altitude flights in several towns of the Waziristan region." [9]

The dramatic upsurge in CIA deployments in South Asia won't be limited to Afghanistan. Neighboring Pakistan will be further overrun by U.S. intelligence operatives also.