Tuesday, November 22, 2005


From Alex Jones at infowars.com we learn:(1)

Former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal and former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts expressed his dire warning that the US government has fallen into the hands of psychopaths and that the Neo-Cons in the Bush administration may be set to stage another terror attack in the US as part of a black operation to demolish growing dissent and coerce the public to rally behind the government once again.

During an interview with the Alex Jones Show, Roberts cited a Capitol Hill Blue article concerning a leaked memo circulating between top Republican leaders.

The memo outlines potential strategies to bring their agenda back online, including the capture of Osama bin Laden, a drastic turnaround in the economy or a resolution of the war in Iraq.

The most alarming option includes a terrorist attack that would validate the President's war on terror and "restore his image as leader of he American people."

This document adds to the mountainous pile of smoking gun evidence of government complicity in staged terror attacks and other false flag operations.

An example of this is the Gulf of Tonkin incident. From declassified documents it has been established that President Johnson's Gulf of Tonkin incident on August 4, 1964, never occurred.

On the night of August 4, the Pentagon proclaimed that North Vietnamese PT boats had again attacked a U.S. destroyer in the Gulf of Tonkin as had actually occurred two days before on August 2. President Johnson used the incident on August 4 to justify ordering U.S. bombers to "retaliate" for a North Vietnamese torpedo attack on a U.S. destroyer that never happened.

Instead from Navy Pilot James Stockdale who was flying overhead that night as squadron commander we find the real truth.
"I had the best seat in the house to watch that event," recalled Stockdale a few years ago, "and our destroyers were just shooting at phantom targets - there were no PT boats there.... There was nothing there but black water and American fire power."

In 1965, Lyndon Johnson commented: "For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there."(italics mine)

The official story was that North Vietnamese torpedo boats launched an "unprovoked attack" against a U.S. destroyer on "routine patrol" in the Tonkin Gulf on Aug. 2, and that North Vietnamese PT boats followed up with a "deliberate attack" on a pair of U.S. ships two days later.

Of course we now know that the incident on August 4th never happened. There were no PT boats in that location on August 4, 1964 and yet, this incident justified the "plans the administration had already drawn up for gradually increasing its overt military pressure against the North."

And now from another source at infowars.com(2)

MAPLEWOOD - The man who leaked thousands of pages of top secret documents to the media in 1971 to expose the U.S. government's handling of the Vietnam War warned Saturday that another terrorist attack could permanently damage civil liberties.

Daniel Ellsberg, the former U.S. intelligence official responsible for leaking the so-called Pentagon Papers to The New York Times and 18 other newspapers, told an audience of about 400 that the Bush administration most likely would respond to any terror attack on U.S. soil by severely restricting freedom of the press and the individual's right to speak out.

"In a time of fear, I believe that the majority of the American people will cling to authority," Ellsberg told the gathering at Columbia High School for New Jersey Peace Action's annual luncheon.

"And if there is another terror attack," Ellsberg added sarcastically, "I believe the president will get what he wants. And what he wants is a new Patriot Act, one that will make the current Patriot Act look like the Bill of Rights."

The Patriot Act, originally passed by Congress after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, is up for renewal.

He drew parallels between the Valerie Plame affair and the beginning of the Vietnam War. Plame was outed as a CIA agent after her husband, Joseph Wilson, a former U.S. ambassador, said the Bush administration lied about the reason for the invasion of Iraq. Wilson disputed the administration's claim that Saddam Hussein had attempted to purchase uranium from Niger to make nuclear weapons.

Ellsberg pointed out that the government said the Johnson administration also lied about the second Gulf of Tonkin incident on Aug. 4, 1964. At the time, President Lyndon Johnson claimed that a U.S. destroyer had been attacked by a North Vietnamese patrol boat in the Gulf of Tonkin, but Ellsberg said the incident never happened.

"We Americans are the ultimate innocents. We are forever desperate to believe that this time the government is telling us the truth."(3) Well, don't believe it!


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End Notes

(1) Alex Jones & Paul Joseph Watson,Prominent Conservative Leader: Government in Hands of Psychopaths, May stage terror attacks, November 15, 2005.
(2) Richard Cowen, Ex-intel Official: Bush Admin Will Restrict Liberties After Next Terror Attack, North Jersey Media, November 13 2005.
(3) Jones and Watson, Prominent Conservative Leader: Government in Hands of Psychopaths, May stage terror attacks.

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