Wednesday, 1 February 2017

The Events of 9/11 Remain the Touchstone of Western Governments' Credibility and Reliability

The Fact that None are Prepared to State that the 'Official Version' is a Pack of Lies, means that we cannot trust ANYTHING they say about Enemies, Terrorism or their Policy Objectives for Peace and Stability in the World.

In the Face of such Overwhelming Evidence of Corruption, Collusion and Misrepresentation of the most Grievous Kind, no Government can expect the Confidence or Support of their Populations until those Same Governments 'Come Clean'. It is hard to predict the consequences when they do!

Read about 9/11 in Michel Chossudovsky’s international best-seller America’s “War on Terrorism”
According to Chossudovsky, the  “war on terrorism” is a complete fabrication based on the illusion that one man, Osama bin Laden, outwitted the $40 billion-a-year American intelligence apparatus. The “war on terrorism” is a war of conquest. Globalisation is the final march to the “New World Order”, dominated by Wall Street and the U.S. military-industrial complex.
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America's War on Terrorism
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    1. Thanks Ed. All Western Governments must be implicated sadly, as all refuse to challenge the lies. As long as this is the case, how can any of them be trusted. If we know it, they must know it too and have probably worked through all the various scaenarios. It may also explain the international trend towards militarised police to prepare for the possibility of social disorder when the truth dawns. Hopefully it won't come to that, but certainly it requires an informed populace to reverse the drift and challenge those that see only war as their escape from a popular backlash.

    2. Dear Ed, It occurred to me to wonder (and I hope you do not think me impertinent in doing so) if you had ever considered applying your composing talents to this catacysmic event - possibly even in 9/11 time(!) ??? This started me thinking about musical tributes. Fortunately someone else appears to have done all the research as here for largely "popular" music: Apparently John Adams, Steve Reich, Stephen Paulus, Joan Tower and John Corigliano among others have produced works, but this commentator still preferred works from the classical repertoire, such as Barber's famous piece or those of the 19th Century Greats. A list of ten dedicated works are listed here: I must take the effort to listen to them. Regards, Tim.



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