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Friday, November 18, 2005

The Untold Story of the Woolworth Building Incidents on 9-11-01

Wow! You really should check this out. Highly credible (i.e. cops, firefighters) reports of missiles fired from the Woolworth Building at the WTC. I must say that I did not know about this. Since I listened to the live reports from the first person "on scene" in the WCBS traffic helicopter and from then onwards, I do remember a lot of the now totally ignored reports from cops, firefighters reporters and folks in the street, but I don't recall this stuff. My listening had a pause here and there ... but of course it was an overload kind of day. It puts yet another anomaly in our path waiting to be explained in our search for truth. It also obviously raises the level of complexity of this event up another notch or three. The rest of the site has some very interesting stuff in it too; it's a chemtrail/accompanying object outfit.

Las Vegas Tribune

Finally! Although I have seen some mainstream media reports on chemtrails in foreign outlets, notably Canadian, this is the first one I have seen from the US. Very thorough and to be continued next week. Bravo to author Marcus K. Dalton and the Las Vegas Tribune for an excellent report. Real news reporting here is not dead after all.

Sunday, November 13, 2005

WCPO.com - The Web site of WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio

Here we go! I've always wondered deeply where the three planes went and what happened to the people.

This station ran this story on 9/11 and then continuously up until the "hearings" in 2004. Does not say much that's good about the station since then, but up until that point, bravo. Interesting that it took them three years to decide this article was "factually incorrect." Yeah, sure it is.

Got this from the lead from Szymanski on rense.com. Thank God there are still good people in America who'll take the time to out the truth.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

(REPOST 2) VERMONT SECESSION CON?

Here's part 2. A strange bunch of bedfellows, indeed! A dichotomy certainly. New Hampshire is a nice place, too.

(REPOST 1) VERMONT SECESSION CON?

Uh oh! As I should have assumed, there are monkey wrenches in there. Extreme caution advised, as you will see. But I still want them to succeed. As long as it's "good people," and not "them." This is Part 1.

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Sunday, November 06, 2005

Vermont Passes Resolution To Secede From The US

Gotta love Vermonters. I know quite a few and they're good people. This has a long way to go before it is "real," but I bet they do it. If they do, I'm moving! Or maybe even if they don't. A good picture of what it means to be an American, too, methinks.