You say Thermate, I say Thermite. No offense to the 911 Truth movement, but you have been snookered. The situation kind of reminds me of the Monica Lewinsky affair. While America was infatuated with the Copulator in Chief and his MK-Ultra Presidential model, Monica Lewinsky, the real impeachable offense, "High-Treason" was buried in the back pages of your morning newspaper.
Linda Tripp was an intelligence asset, Monica was an intelligence asset, heck, even Matt Drudge was being used as if he also worked for the CIA and the Illuminati Puppet Masters.
You see the real scandal was the fact that American military technology was being sold to the Chinese through the Clinton Administration. Prior to Bill Clinton, the most advanced Chinese rocketry could be seen at any 4th of July fireworks show. Nine times out of ten their target ended up being a launch-pad. All that changed. Now China can hit any target in the United States with a nuclear payload that would make Dr. Strangelove take pause and reconsider before he pressed the button.
And so it is with Alex Jones. While I too admire the work of Dr. Stephen Jones, it fails to address the real issues of 911 and has become a "red Herring" so large that now there appears to be nothing left in the barrel. There are, after all, real issues worth discussing here:
First: About those short options taking out against American Airlines prior to 911. You know, the ones that see to indicate clear foreknowledge of the event? Who owned them again? I quote the following:
* Between September 6 and 7, the Chicago Board Options Exchange saw purchases of 4,744 put options on United Airlines, but only 396 call options… Assuming that 4,000 of the options were bought by people with advance knowledge of the imminent attacks, these “insiders” would have profited by almost $5 million.
* On September 10, 4,516 put options on American Airlines were bought on the Chicago exchange, compared to only 748 calls. Again, there was no news at that point to justify this imbalance;… Again, assuming that 4,000 of these options trades represent “insiders,” they would represent a gain of about $4 million.
* [The levels of put options purchased above were more than six times higher than normal.]
* No similar trading in other airlines occurred on the Chicago exchange in the days immediately preceding Black Tuesday.
* Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co., which occupied 22 floors of the World Trade Center, saw 2,157 of its October $45 put options bought in the three trading days before Black Tuesday; this compares to an average of 27 contracts per day before September 6. Morgan Stanley’s share price fell from $48.90 to $42.50 in the aftermath of the attacks. Assuming that 2,000 of these options contracts were bought based upon knowledge of the approaching attacks, their purchasers could have profited by at least $1.2 million. Merrill Lynch & Co., with headquarters near the Twin Towers, saw 12,215 October $45 put options bought in the four trading days before the attacks; the previous average volume in those shares had been 252 contracts per day [a 1200% increase!]. When trading resumed, Merrill’s shares fell from $46.88 to $41.50; assuming that 11,000 option contracts were bought by “insiders,” their profit would have been about $5.5 million.
* European regulators are examining trades in Germany’s Munich Re, Switzerland’s Swiss Re, and AXA of France, all major reinsurers with exposure to the Black Tuesday disaster. [FTW Note: AXA also owns more than 25% of American Airlines stock making the attacks a “double whammy” for them.] (Source)
Even more sinister is the relationship between big money and the CIA:
Clark Clifford – The National Security Act of 1947 was written by Clark Clifford, a Democratic Party powerhouse, former Secretary of Defense, and one-time advisor to President Harry Truman. In the 1980s, as Chairman of First American Bancshares, Clifford was instrumental in getting the corrupt CIA drug bank BCC a license to operate on American shores. His profession: Wall Street lawyer and banker.
John Foster and Allen Dulles – These two brothers “designed” the CIA for Clifford. Both were active in intelligence operations during WW II. Allen Dulles was the U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland where he met frequently with Nazi leaders and looked after U.S. investments in Germany. John Foster went on to become Secretary of State under Dwight Eisenhower and Allen went on to serve as CIA Director under Eisenhower and was later fired by JFK. Their professions: partners in the most powerful - to this day - Wall Street law firm of Sullivan, Cromwell.
Bill Casey – Ronald Reagan’s CIA Director and OSS veteran who served as chief wrangler during the Iran-Contra years was, under President Richard Nixon, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. His profession: Wall Street lawyer and stockbroker.
David Doherty - The current Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange for enforcement is the retired General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency.
George Herbert Walker Bush – President from 1989 to January 1993, also served as CIA Director for 13 months from 1976-7. He is now a paid consultant to the Carlyle Group, the 11th largest defense contractor in the nation, which also shared joint investments with the bin Laden family.
A.B. “Buzzy” Krongard – The current Executive Director of the Central Intelligence Agency is the former Chairman of the investment bank A.B. Brown and former Vice Chairman of Banker’s Trust.
John Deutch - This retired CIA Director from the Clinton Administration currently sits on the board at Citigroup, the nation’s second largest bank, which has been repeatedly and overtly involved in the documented laundering of drug money. This includes Citigroup’s 2001 purchase of a Mexican bank known to launder drug money, Banamex.
Nora Slatkin – This retired CIA Executive Director also sits on Citibank’s board.
Maurice “Hank” Greenburg – This CEO of AIG insurance, manager of the third largest capital investment pool in the world, was floated as a possible CIA Director in 1995. (Ibid)
Lets take a look at the "Carlyle Group" and its connections to the CIA, politicians and the Bin Ladens:
"For 14 years now (before 2001), with almost no publicity, the company has been signing up an impressive list of former politicians - including the first President Bush and his secretary of state, James Baker; John Major; one-time World Bank treasurer Afsaneh Masheyekhi and several south-east Asian powerbrokers - and using their contacts and influence to promote the group. Among the companies Carlyle owns are those which make equipment, vehicles and munitions for the US military, and its celebrity employees have long served an ingenious dual purpose, helping encourage investments from the very wealthy while also smoothing the path for Carlyle's defence firms....
...But since the start of the "war on terrorism", the firm - unofficially valued at $3.5bn - has taken on an added significance. Carlyle has become the thread which indirectly links American military policy in Afghanistan to the personal financial fortunes of its celebrity employees, not least the current president's father. And, until earlier this month, Carlyle provided another curious link to the Afghan crisis: among the firm's multi-million-dollar investors were members of the family of Osama bin Laden....
....But what sets Carlyle apart is the way it has exploited its political contacts. When Carlucci arrived there in 1989, he brought with him a phalanx of former subordinates from the CIA and the Pentagon, and an awareness of the scale of business a company like Carlyle could do in the corridors and steak-houses of Washington. In a decade and a half, the firm has been able to realise a 34% rate of return on its investments, and now claims to be the largest private equity firm in the world. Success brought more investors, including the international financier George Soros and, in 1995, the wealthy Saudi Binladin family, who insist they long ago severed all links with their notorious relative. The first president Bush is understood to have visited the Binladins in Saudi Arabia twice on the firm's behalf." (Source)
The Illuminati program is to bankrupt the Middle class of America and to impose a society where 3% of the population govern over the other 97% (who are nothing more than slaves). To accomplish this, they manipulate and bring about both wars and social revolution, generating huge profits in the process. Such was the case with 911. They made money by shorting the market, they made money on the resultant war, but even more important, they have used the event to terrorize us into fighting unjust wars and passing unjust laws.
These are the real issues of 911, and the real objectives of the psychopaths that now run our world.
I plan on writing more on this subject. Much more. In the process, I hope you see clearly how Alex Jones has led his charge to nowhere; accomplished nothing; and diffused the very counter-revolution that could deliver us from this Illuminati nightmare.
And I won't even use a "bull-horn"
From My Forum:
"I'm pleased to see you offering recognition to Jeff Rense, his website, and his radio show.
In March of 2009, the veil of lies was lifted from eyes. I owe a debt of gratitude to Alex Jones and his radio program for that. While I always suspected politics were not 'kosher', I did believe in the Left/Right paradigm, and was a Republican. I just could not understand how seemingly well-intentioned men and women could gain power in an election and soon defy those who worked for their election.
I can still recall Rush Limbaugh's first program syndicated in the Portland market. I vividly remember him being extremely critical of Bush Sr, of the Republican party in general, and of 'fat cat' Republicans. Yet over the years Limbaugh gradually became what he criticized. I can't imagine there is 1 man or woman in the country who regularly listened to Limbaugh back then and can still tune in today without immediately recognizing the man is nothing more than a well-paid shill for the Illuminati-Masonic families intent on destroying the world.
Always a fan of talk radio (I was one of those youngsters who would listen in bed at night to scratchy AM stations) I was usually disappointed by the hosts. But Alex Jones seemed to be a breath of fresh air. His work really did shatter that left/right paradigm for me. After a few shows I was hooked. I downloaded every program to my IPod each day and found a way to listen to darn near every show through the summer of 2009.
But something began to bother me. I was put off by Jones inability to let guests or callers talk (a trait that entirely turned me off to Michael Savage a couple of years prior). But worse, he seemed to be offended when another person received credit for doing or saying something. The bitter end, though was listening to Jones' tear into a guy who linked to some of Jones' Prison Planet writings and instead of being happy that the 'word' was getting out, threatened lawsuits. But shortly thereafter there were lawsuits threatened against Rense. Then Kapner. It seemed as if Jones was losing touch with reality.
But, as stated, I do owe Jones for my awakening. I'm just as thankful for Jones introducing me to Jeff Rense. Only when Jones blew his stack at Rense was I properly introduced.
I now visit Rense's site daily, and am enthralled with his radio style and ability to interview guests. Rense does not suffer from 'little man's syndrome' or whatever it is that makes Jones HAVE to have the final word. Rense can ask a question then get out of his guest's way. Further, he has an aptitude for the spoken word seldom heard today.
I think you are right, Paul, in using your forum to recommend and advertise Jeff Rense. Since my recent introduction to 'Alternative Media', one realization that has struck me is that so many 'voices' seem to use their soapbox with the aim of hurling abuse at others occupying the same Alternative Media. Over time Jones has struck me as a man who feels he must be constantly praised and honored by others in the movement. And damn anyone 'below' him if he or she dares think and acts in a way not prescribed by Jones. William Cooper was the first I know of to call out Alex Jones as a phony and a fraud. Since, Jones has seemed to do the job all by himself."