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Friday, July 20, 2007

An insider comes forward

Paul Craig Roberts, who has been a consistently compelling commentator on the Internet these past two or three years, was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan administration, Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page and Contributing Editor of National Review. He is compelling because he is independent, analytical, and smart. He has written a piece that should get the attention of every aware, progressive person in this country.

His remarkable essay, published yesterday, is about the situation we're in, and how it has been and will continue to be -- if we let it -- powered by false-flag operations.

I found this via A great blog.

Here's an excerpt:

Lately, the administration has switched to blaming Iran for the war in Iraq. The US Senate has already lined up behind the latest lie with a 97-0 vote to condemn Iran.

Alternatively, false flag “terrorist” strikes could be orchestrated in the US. The Bush administration has already infiltrated some dissident groups and encouraged them to participate in terrorist talk, for which they were arrested. It is possible that the administration could provoke some groups to actual acts of violence.

Many Americans dismiss suspicion of their government as treasonous, and most believe conspiracy to be impossible “because someone would talk.”

There is no basis in any known fact for this opinion.


saw this excellent PCR article up at, which I've been thinking of linking to. Have been following this guy for a while and he's sharp as hell. He who hath an eye, let him see; he who hath an ear, let him hear these signs and portents.
PS, Happy Sunday to you and Patti Scialfa, or whatever healthy young muse you spend time with these days. Still enjoy your music from time to time. ;-)
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