Archive for July, 2009

Witnesses saw a plane fly over the Pentagon after the explosion

Posted in 9/11, Kevin Barrett, Pentagon, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 15, 2009 by radiodujour


July 14, 2009 – Kevin Barrett (No Lies Radio)

Kevin Barrett talks with Craig Ranke who reports that there are multiple witnesses who saw a plane flying over the Pentagon (after the “explosion”) on September 11, 2009 .


51:00 | 11.7MB | MP3

In 2006 Citizen Investigation Team launched an independent investigation into the act of terrorism which took place at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.  This exhaustive three-year inquest involved multiple trips to the scene of the crime in Arlington, Virginia, close scrutiny of all official and unofficial data related to the event, and, most importantly, first-person interviews with dozens of eyewitnesses, many of which were conducted and filmed in the exact locations from which they witnessed the plane that allegedly struck the building that day.


The Creature from Jekyll Island was written by him

Posted in Federal Reserve, G Edward Griffin, New World Order, Uncategorized on July 14, 2009 by radiodujour


July 13, 2009 – Alex Jones Show

Alex Jones interviews G Edward Griffin

G. Edward Griffin, is a writer and documentary film producer with many successful titles to his credit. Listed in Who’s Who in America, he is well known because of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them in clear terms that all can understand. He has dealt with such diverse subjects as archaeology and ancient Earth history, the Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism, internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy, the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and the United Nations. His better-known works include The Creature from Jekyll Island, World without Cancer, The Discovery of Noah’s Ark, Moles in High Places, The Open Gates of Troy, No Place to Hide, The Capitalist Conspiracy, More Deadly than War, The Grand Design, The Great Prison Break, and The Fearful Master .


40:11 | 9.2MB | MP3

Wayne Madsen – Q Group – Whistle blown on secret 9/11 unit

Posted in Uncategorized, Wayne Madsen with tags , , on July 12, 2009 by radiodujour

The Alex Jones Show

July 10, 2009 – Alex Jones Show

Former Naval Officer Wayne Madsen talks to radio talk show host Alex Jones about how the US government has allegedly set up a special security wing whose sole task is distancing Washington from any involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Madsen claims
the group has since grown into a disproportionate counter-intelligence force, mainly targeting journalists and prosecuting whistle-blowing security officials. He also makes a startling accusation that two aircraft were actually shot down over Shanksville, PA on September 11, 2001.

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Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider?

Posted in Uncategorized on July 10, 2009 by radiodujour


July 9, 2009 – KPFA Flashpoints

Long time CIA analyst Ray McGovern joins Dennis Bernstein to talk about whether Texas is harboring a torture decider


32:00 | 5.6MP | Mp3

Published on Wednesday, July 8, 2009 by

Is Texas Harboring Torture Decider?

by Ray McGovern

Editor’s Note: Prior to giving a series of talks in Texas later this week, the author offered the following op-ed to the Dallas Morning News and the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. Both newspapers in George W. Bush’s home state turned it down.

Seldom does a crime scene have so clear a smoking gun. A two-page presidential memorandum of Feb. 7, 2002, leaves no room for uncertainty regarding the “decider” on torture. His broad-stroke signature made torture official policy.

This should come as no surprise. You see, the Feb. 7, 2002, memorandum has been posted on the Web since June 22, 2004, when then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales mistakenly released it, along with other White House memoranda.

The title seemed innocent enough – “Humane Treatment of al Qaeda and Taliban Detainees” – but in the body of the memo President George W. Bush authorized his senior aides to withhold Geneva Convention protections from suspected al-Qaeda and Taliban detainees.

Like Shakespeare, the media seem harshest on the lawyers, including Texans Gonzales and William J. Haynes II (Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s lawyer), who later outdid themselves trying to make torture legal.

What gets lost in the woodwork is this: Banal as their ex-post-facto “justification” for torture was, the lawyers were not the deciders.

After the decider-in-chief, the key decision makers were the eight addressees of the Feb. 7 memorandum: Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Colin Powell, Rumsfeld, Attorney General John Ashcroft, White House chief of staff Andrew Card, CIA Director George Tenet, National Security aide Condoleezza Rice, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Richard Myers.

During the Q & A after a recent Myers talk in Washington, I asked him what he did after he had read the President’s memo on ignoring Geneva. The tone of his non-answer was this: If the President wanted to dismiss Geneva, what was a mere Chairman of the Joint Chiefs to do?

In his memoir, Eyes on the Horizon, he tries to blame the lawyers: “By relying so heavily on just the lawyers, the President did not get the broader advice on these matters that he needed.”

Myers and the other seven addressees might these days be called derivative deciders — or, more simply, accomplices. There is not a shred of evidence that any of the Gang of Eight gave the slightest consideration to resigning, rather than carry out the President’s decision.

They elected to “just follow orders,” a defense dismissed out of hand at the post-WWII Nuremberg Tribunal on war crimes. Together with the lawyer-advisers, the derivative deciders provide abundant proof that the “banality of evil” did not die with Adolf Eichmann and other functionaries of the Third Reich.

But the buck stops — actually, in this case, it began — with President Bush. Senate Armed Services Committee leaders Carl Levin and John McCain on Dec. 11, 2008, released the executive summary of a report, approved by the full committee without dissent, concluding that Bush’s Feb. 7, 2002, memorandum “opened the door to considering aggressive techniques.”

Here is Conclusion Number One of the Senate committee report: “Following the President’s determination, techniques such as waterboarding, nudity, and stress positions…were authorized for use in interrogations of detainees in U.S. custody.”

It is essential that those responsible for torture be held to account. This is not about “policy differences.” It is about crimes. More important still, it’s about holding fast to our Constitution and enforcing accountability in the executive branch.

There was a time when we regularly looked to folks from Texas to defend the law. What would we have done, for example, without the late Barbara Jordan, African American jurist and member of the House Judiciary Committee, who spoke out with memorable eloquence in arguing that President Richard Nixon had to be held to account. He could not get away with placing himself over the law.

Jordan and most of her committee colleagues voted out articles of impeachment against Nixon, leaving him little choice but to resign or be impeached. Speaking to the House, Jordan described Nixon as a President “swollen with power and grown tyrannical.” She added:

“My faith in the Constitution is whole; it is complete; it is total. I am not going to sit here and be an idle spectator to the diminution, the subversion, the destruction of the Constitution.”

Barbara Jordan was a Texan through and through. She was also, above all, an American patriot. I suspect she may be rolling over in her grave at the prospect of a chief executive escaping accountability for approving torture.

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Ray McGovern will address these and other issues on Thursday evening, July 9, for the Dallas Peace Center. He served as an Army officer and CIA analyst for almost thirty years and is co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS). He now works with Tell the Word, the publishing arm of the ecumenical Church of the Saviour in inner-city Washington.

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Who are the real conspiracy theorists?

Posted in 9/11, David Ray Griffin, Guns and Butter, Kevin Ryan, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on July 10, 2009 by radiodujour


July 8, 2009 – KPFA Guns and Butter

Paul Zarembka, Professor of Economics at the University of Buffalo, speaks with Bonnie Faulkner  about the now easily knowable absurdities of the official conspiracy theory regarding the attacks of September 11, 2001.


55:00 | 12MB | MP3

Robert M. Bowman would like to expose all the myths we’ve been told

Posted in 9/11, Alex Jones, New World Order, Uncategorized with tags on July 9, 2009 by radiodujour


Alex Jones welcomes in-studio Robert M. Bowman, former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the U.S. Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations, a former United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 101 combat missions, and presidential candidate for the Reform Party in 2000.

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52:00 | 11MB | MP3