“The file included documentation of a 2003 preliminary report on 9/11 which identified the event as a nuclear demolition on behalf of a terrorist organization that had accessed nuclear material from US stockpiles though Israeli penetration of the Department of Energy.” […]
Saudi ties to 9/11 detailed in documents suppressed since 2002. But at least she has acknowledged that Saudi Arabia funds terrorists, and scolded them for it, while still being bankrolled by them in this election. And at least we can trust her to keep her word on overturning Citizens United, a feat requiring a constitutional amendment the most untrusted and divisive politician in US history can be counted on to achieve. […]
The FBI is facing the entire federal government in this case. It is why we are so quiet.
The problem is with the entire government. HRC is one component of that government. A Special Access Program (SAP) is an intelligence program classified above top-secret. They are held on closed servers at secret locations. The only way to get one is if you are specifically read on to a program, have a need to know, then you must physically go to a location and pass through several layers of security to even look at the program. A good example in non-classified terms would be the locations and operations of our intelligence operatives around the globe, or our missile silo locations. […]
If Eleanor did speak, she did well in getting the former president to mention the fact that she communes with the dead on a regular basis, because it confirms what many already know: Miss Cleo is a terrible foreign policy adviser. In Macbeth, a classic tragedy, Shakespeare addresses this and the question of free will. Macbeth, a Scottish lord meets three witches after winning a battle. They call him "Thane of Cawdor" and "future King of Scotland" before this even happens. But King Duncan, though rewarding him with the title of the recently executed Thane of Cawdor, announces that his son will be heir to the throne. Macbeth believes that he has to kill the king now to fulfill the prophecy of the witches. Once Macbeth becomes king, however, he becomes so paranoid about losing power that he starts killing everyone around him, Kissinger style. Eventually his friends turn on him, and then even his army. […]
In the final analysis, any candidate that is unwilling to defend even the first article of the American constitution doesn't deserve your support, they should be dead to you, as the Constitution is dead to them. Indeed, these articles are what they will be swearing to uphold on the day of inauguration. Your most potent enemy now is the corporate media hydra that acts like the propaganda arm of an occupying power, because that is exactly what is it, that's what control by foreign bankers in an international banking cartel actually means. […]