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Bush Administration Official: Saudi Ties to 9/11 Hidden to Protect Iraq War Narrative

28Pages.org Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Says Saudi Leads Never Thoroughly Investigated By Brian P. McGlinchey In his September 20, 2001 address to a joint session of Congress, President George W. Bush laid out a defining principle of his nascent war on terror: “We will pursue nations that provide aid or … Continue reading

C.I.A. Arms for Syrian Rebels Supplied Black Market, Officials Say

The US Government is supplying the black market for weapons in the Middle East and arming ISIS while while simultaneously debating over how far to expand gun restrictions on it’s own population. The New York Times By MARK MAZZETTI and ALI YOUNES JUNE 26, 2016 AMMAN, Jordan — Weapons shipped into Jordan by the Central … Continue reading

CIA releases two new articles on UFOs

The new X-Files miniseries premières this Sunday and the CIA has released two new articles on UFOs! Maybe our light-hearted friends at the CIA are taking a break from terrorizing the global population on behalf of our overlords to participate in American pop culture? How To Investigate a Flying Saucer Southbound on a lone desert … Continue reading

Declassified Clinton Email Shows the Truth About Libya

A recently unclassified US Department of State memo shows that Western interests in the 2011 Libya Civil War were more about oil, gold, and regional power than democracy and freedom for Libyans. The email, from Sidney Blumenthal to Hilary Clinton, lays out the reasons for French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s interest in the conflict. The email … Continue reading

A Special Relationship – The United States is teaming up with Al Qaeda, again

Harpers Magazine has published a damming article on the United States’ follies in funding Islamic terrorists over the past few decades. The US funded the most extreme Islamists it could find in Afghanistan in the 70’s and 80’s in a proxy war against the Soviet Union. One moderate mujahadeen commander said the CIA “would come … Continue reading

Was there a U.S.-backed economic war on Venezuela?

A number of Venezuelans have noted that basic goods have begun appearing on store shelves in the country following the December 6 victory of the right-wing opposition. Some goods appearing on shelves are months expired, suggesting that they have been in the country but have been with held from the market. The US has long … Continue reading

ISIS Attacks are Excuses for Censorship and Disarmament

The Paris terrorist attacks and San Bernardino shootings have ushered in a new era of urban terror. The combined death toll of both attacks was 146 dead with hundreds wounded. The response from American politicians, law enforcement and intelligence departments has varied, but is unified in their calls for expansion of government power to fight … Continue reading

Intelligence agencies pounce on Paris attacks to pursue spy agenda

The Guardian Government officials are wasting no time in attempting to exploit the tragedy in Paris to pass invasive anti-privacy laws and acquire extraordinary new powers that they have wanted for years. In the process, they are making incredibly dishonest arguments and are receiving virtually no pushback from the media. Absent any actual information or … Continue reading

9/11 incident one of the biggest lies told to Americans: Former CIA contractor

Listen to the interview at Press TV The September 11, 2001 incident in the United States is one of the biggest lies that have been told to the American people, a former CIA contractor says. Steven D Kelley made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Thursday while commenting on a report which … Continue reading

Break in at the University of Washington targets files related to lawsuit against CIA

Police are investigating the theft of material related to a recent lawsuit filed against the CIA. It is missing after a suspicious break-in at the UW’s Center for Human Rights. The break-in and theft coincides with a visit by CIA Director John Brennan, who was at the University of Washington to speak at the UW … Continue reading