Victor Thorn cites Dean Hartwell in a recent essay about British Broadcasting Corporation foreknowledge of 9/11. Read Thorn's coverage of a lawsuit in the United Kingdom which centered around an announcement BBC reporter Jane Standley (pictured above) made on September 11, 2001 prematurely announcing the fall of World Trade Center 7!
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From Saturday, January 3, 2015
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Having written a number of books about lies that members of our government and media have told us about JFK, 9/11, the Viet Nam War and other historical events, I feel skeptical of what I call the "system." The system is simply those who make decisions for us, those who decide who makes decisions for us, those who give us the news, those who control the monetary supply, etc.
So I don't like the status quo.
But what happens if the system comes to a crashing halt? Maybe it tells one lie too many and the masses catch on that they have been played for fools? Or a "rogue" in one of the main media outlets reveals media complicity in the 9/11 hoax in prime time television?
The system's masterful control over our news makes the above scenarios highly unlikely but remember that it takes but a straw to break the camel's back. I believe that most people are more concerned about association with "conspiracy theorists" than the veracity of claims confronting them.
But if the system loses, are we any better off than Robert Redford's character Bill McKay in "The Candidate"? After winning a United States Senate election, McKay turns to a political consult and asks, "What do we do now?"
Here are some questions worth asking:
Who controls the air waves?
Who decides the currency?
Who leads the armed forces?
What happens to money in bank accounts (which could be frozen by the system or anyone who took their power)?
Who makes rules about the Internet?
What nations would recognize the new system?
Who has the nukes?
The value of any choice is measured by its alternative. Are we ready for a revolution?
It is with frustration and with fascination that I have reviewed events in United States history.
I feel frustration that on several occasions history has labeled the wrong people as actors in events that represented turning points. And I say, for the record, that Oswald did not kill JFK, that Sirhan did not kill RFK and that the events of 9/11 were mostly hoax.
I feel fascination in trying to solve these crimes, perhaps in the way others enjoy putting together puzzles from hundreds of pieces. I have left my mark in these books, solving parts of the aforementioned events and also delving into sports and religion as well. My analysis of the "Immaculate Reception" football play is one of my finest pieces of work.
Our world is in turmoil. People die tragically, wars are fought for no good reason and the wealthy continue to get wealthier at the expense of just about everyone else. The world of misfortune and ill will revolves in a circle much in the way the earth revolves around the sun.
I am letting go of the frustration. I have written books with pleasure and with sincerity and I invite you to read my perception on why things happen as they do. I hope you will join in me in focusing on the fascination of life itself.
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Juries are needed to help the court system arrive at fair decisions between or among parties who don't trust anyone else to give them justice. They are needed to determine whether someone should lose their liberties or not.
We should do our civic duty and make ourselves available for jury duty when called.
But for some jurors the situation gets out of hand. Read here about my unjust dismissal from a civil case involving NBC.
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What answer are you looking for? That's the first place to start.
Dean Hartwell keeps pursuing the truth about those who govern us.