New Engineering Study by University of Alaska Confirms 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

The merit to this piece is that a big mainstream news organization is willing to publish in a serious manner a challenge to the official 9/11 story. Israel, the Mossad, and Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC, aren’t mentioned. Nonetheless, doubt is cast on the version of events that the American government promotes.

Daily Mail

Next Monday afternoon, Matt Campbell will stand outside BBC Broadcasting House in London’s Portland Place, protesting about the killing of his brother, Geoff, and 66 other Britons, in the 9/11 terror attack at the New York World Trade Centre.

Matt began asking questions. He has not stopped since. He, and others who will be at the BBC protest, refuse to accept the official story about 9/11: that four U.S. airliners were hijacked by Islamist terror chief Osama Bin Laden’s pilots. Two were flown into New York’s famous Twin Towers, which collapsed.

A third rammed into the U.S. Defence Headquarters at the Pentagon in Washington DC. The last went down in rural Pennsylvania, 150 miles north of the capital, after a tussle between the hijackers and passengers, later portrayed in the Hollywood film United 93.

Seven hours later, a third tower at the World Trade Centre, WTC7, fell to the ground over seven seconds, even though no plane had hit it.

The red building, 100 yards from the 110-storey Twin Towers, was less than half their height at just 47 floors, and few people even know of its existence. It had already been evacuated after the planes had hit the main towers.

In total, 2,977 people died, provoking President Bush to mount the ‘War On Terror’ that led to the invasion of Iraq, with the UK in tow.

Yet as Monday’s anniversary approaches, Matt, a former City worker who is married with three children and lives in Sussex, insists that 9/11 did not happen in the way we have been told and that there has been a huge official cover-up to disguise the truth.

‘There are so many questions that the Americans and the British Establishment refuse to answer,’ he says. ‘I believe that my brother and thousands of others were murdered on 9/11 and there has been a cover-up. We, as a family, are still overcoming this tragedy, but we will never stop seeking the truth.’

He is not alone in his quest. A survey in U.S. magazine Live Science last year revealed that most Americans (53 per cent) believe the U.S. Government has concealed — and continues to conceal — vital information about the 9/11 attacks. Crucially, a team of engineers at the University of Alaska concluded this week, after two years of forensic research, that fire could not have caused the collapse of WTC7.

WTC7.

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Trump Speaks: Kill Terrorists, No Nation Building

I’m not going to bash President Donald Trump, but I am feeling the emotion of disappointment tonight after his address to the nation about Afghanistan.

I don’t recall the exact wording of his campaign position on that beleaguered Muslim nation, but my impression was that he wished to disengage from America’s longest war.

Older Trump Tweets:

One thing he said during the campaign he did follow through with, and of course the press is skewering him for it is that he neglected to divulge details about his new war strategy. It never makes any sense to tip off the enemy about your plans, and Trump followed through with common sense on that score.

Associated Press via NOLA

WASHINGTON (AP) — Declaring the U.S. will win “in the end,” President Donald Trump vowed Monday night to keep American troops fighting in Afghanistan despite his earlier inclination to withdraw. But he insisted the U.S. would not offer “a blank check” after 16 years of war, and he pointedly declined to say whether or when more troops might be sent.

In a prime-time address billed as the unveiling of his new Afghanistan strategy, Trump said the U.S. would shift away from a “time-based” approach, instead linking its assistance to results and to cooperation from the beleaguered Afghan government, Pakistan and others.

Still, he offered few details about how that approach would differ substantively from what the U.S. has already tried unsuccessfully under the past two presidents.

“We will not talk about numbers of troops or our plans for further military activities,” Trump said. “Conditions on the ground, not arbitrary timetables, will guide our strategy from now on.”

Ahead of his speech, U.S. officials said they expected the president to go along with a Pentagon recommendation to send nearly 4,000 new troops, boosting the total of 8,400 in Afghanistan now. At its peak, the U.S. had roughly 100,000 there, under the Obama administration in 2010-2011.

Trump said his “original instinct was to pull out,” alluding to his long-expressed view before becoming president that Afghanistan was an unsolvable quagmire requiring a fast U.S. withdrawal. Since taking office, Trump said, he’d determined that approach could create a vacuum that terrorists including al-Qaida and the Islamic State could “instantly fill.”

Trump said the American people are “weary of war without victory.”

“I share the America people’s frustration,” Trump said at the Army’s Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, in Arlington, Virginia, across the Potomac River from the White House. Still, he insisted that “in the end, we will win.”

Other sources say that Steve Bannon reportedly advised the president to pull out of Afghanistan totally. Steve, we already miss you.

The Daily Beast reports that Bannon’s Breitbart has slammed Trump’s flip-flop on Afghanistan.

President Trump got an earful about his newly announced Afghanistan strategy on Monday night from none other than right-wing news site Breitbart, where ousted White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has returned to “crush the opposition.” Just minutes after Trump wrapped up his speech announcing a decision to extend U.S. military operations in Afghanistan, the site’s homepage was emblazoned with headlines critical of the president’s “flip-flop” that “reverses course” from his previously stated policy. Another headline appeared to take a subtle dig at the president with a zinger involving National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, with whom Bannon reportedly butted heads: “His McMaster’s voice: Is Trump’s Afghanistan policy different from Obama?” All eyes have been on Breitbart’s coverage of the president since Bannon returned to the helm on Friday following his departure from the White House. Upon returning, Bannon vowed to “crush the opposition” with his “weapons” at the news site, saying he’d “go to war” for the agenda that won Trump the presidency.

Justin Trudeau to Pay $10.5 Million to Muslim Terrorist Who Allegedly Murdered U.S. Army Medic

OMAR KHADR. JUSTIN THINKS HE’S CUTE.

An admitted Muslim terrorist is going to profit handsomely from his murderous crimes because the government of Canada is settling his wrongful imprisonment lawsuit.

How can you be wrongfully imprisoned when you’re a terrorist!

This decision by Justin Trudeau gives the military every incentive to just kill the rat bastards rather than taking them prisoner. That’s about the only good that will come out of this situation, which stinks as badly as any in recent memory.

Not only should Khadr not receive money, he should be deported.

Excerpt from CBC.ca

A government source has confirmed to CBC News that Ottawa will apologize and pay millions of dollars in compensation to former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr.

Khadr — who confessed to killing a U.S. army medic when he was 15, under interrogation that was later deemed “oppressive” — will receive a settlement of $10.5 million, the source, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed to CBC late Tuesday.

Details of the deal were first reported earlier Tuesday by unnamed sources who spoke to The Associated Press, the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail.

Khadr, who now lives in an apartment in Edmonton, had been seeking $20 million in a wrongful imprisonment civil suit against Ottawa.

The government and Khadr’s lawyers negotiated the deal last month, according to The Associated Press.

Speaking to reporters in Ireland, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would not confirm any details.

“There is a judicial process underway that has been underway for a number of years now, and we are anticipating, like I think a number of people are, that that judicial process is coming to its conclusion,” Trudeau said.

15 at time of arrest

Born in Toronto, Khadr was 15 in July 2002 when he was captured by U.S. troops following a firefight at a suspected al-Qaeda compound in Afghanistan that resulted in the death of Sgt. Christopher Speer.

Khadr was suspected of throwing the grenade that killed Speer and confessed to doing so during later interrogations by military and FBI investigators.

The Canadian was taken first to prison at the Bagram U.S. military base in Afghanistan and then to the prison at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. naval base in Cuba and ultimately charged with war crimes by a military commission.

After pleading not guilty to five war crimes charges, including murder, in 2010, he changed his plea to guilty later that year and was sentenced to eight years plus the time he had already spent in custody.

He returned to Canada two years later to serve the remainder of his sentence and was released in May 2015 pending an appeal of his war crime convictions, in which he argued that his admissions of guilt were made under duress.

Khadr spent 10 years in Guantanamo Bay. His case received international attention, with some advocating that he should be treated as a child soldier, not an adult.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 2010 that Canadian intelligence officials obtained evidence from Khadr under “oppressive circumstances,” such as sleep deprivation, during interrogations at Guantanamo Bay in 2003, and then shared that evidence with U.S. officials.

Youngest detainee at Guantanamo

Khadr, now 30, was the youngest and last Western detainee at the U.S. military prison.

His lawyers filed a $20-million lawsuit against Ottawa, arguing the government violated international law by not protecting its own citizen and conspired with the U.S. in the wrongful imprisonment and abuse of Khadr. The suit was first filed in 2004 and expanded in 2014.

The widow of Speer and another U.S. soldier blinded by the grenade in Afghanistan filed a wrongful death and injury lawsuit against Khadr in 2014, fearing Khadr might get his hands on money from his wrongful imprisonment lawsuit.

A U.S. judge granted $134.2 million in damages in 2015, but the plaintiffs acknowledged then that there was little chance they would collect any of the money from Khadr because he lives in Canada.

Khadr’s lawyers have long said he was pushed into war by his father, Ahmed Said Khadr, whose family stayed with Osama bin Laden briefly when Omar Khadr was a boy.

KHADR WITH MUNA ABOUGOUSH, HIS FIANCEE.

Meanwhile a widow watches a filthy maggot be enriched by a little turd boy fag of a government leader.

TABITHA SPEER, WIDOW OF SGT. CHRISTOPHER SPEER AND MOTHER OF HIS TWO CHILDREN.

Attackers Beat Former Army Ranger and Steal his Service Dog

As a boy I was devasted when our beloved Trixie went missing. As a teen, I was devasted when our Rex died, and when our Poncho died. As an adult, I’ve been devasted by the deaths of my dogs. I feel for Robert Lebron. Having a dog stolen would be just as devastating as death, perhaps.

I’m hopeful that with the publicity this story is getting, plus the reward, that the good people in the Bronx will keep an eye out for Mala and call the cops when they see her.

PIX11

KINGSBRIDGE, Bronx — An Army veteran from the Bronx is reeling after he was beaten during a Mother’s Day walk with his service dog, who was stolen.

The attack by two men on Robert Lebron was caught on surveillance video.

Lebron had taken his 8-month-old pup, Mala, on a walk Sunday morning, he said. The pair were returning to his Bronx building from Poe Park when the attack happened.

“I was attacked from behind,” Lebron said.

One man pounced on Lebron. He stumbled down the stairs. A second man grabbed Mala’s leash and ran off with Lebron’s companion.

Lebron said he believes his attacker is an ex-boyfriend of his wife who he says also attacked him less than a month ago.

He is devastated in the wake of Mala’s loss.

“What she gives me I can’t get from someone else: not a therapist or a family member or my friend,” he said about his service dog. “It’s unconditional love.”

Lebron served as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Mala signified a new chapter in his life.

“It was one of the most amazing things that has happened to me in a long time,” he said about getting Mala. “Because I can take her everywhere to the store, to church, to the hospital – and I do.”

He’s asked for help finding his beloved pet.

“[If] you see something, say something – because I need her and she needs me.”

A day after this story appeared, PIX11 reported that a man has offered a $1,000 reward for the return of Mala to Lebron.

But PIX11 viewer Darran Brown, who’s also CEO of Go Charity, stepped up after seeing the story. He said he’ll guarantee a reward of $1,000 to anyone who helps bring Mala back home. Brown’s own dog, Nicky, disappeared last month.

“I did offer a reward at the time and I’m one of the lucky ones to get my little guy back, my little buddy Nicky,” Brown said.

Lebron was overwhelmed when he heard about Brown’s offer.

“My heart just wants to come out of it’s chest right now,” Lebron said. “It’s hard.”

Mala helps Lebron manage the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder. He’s been devastated since she was taken. Two men attacked him on Mother’s Day. One man pounced on Lebron and the veteran stumbled down the stairs.

A second man grabbed Mala’s leash and ran off with Lebron’s companion.

The Army Times, Daily Mail, and NYC local news outlets have also covered this story. It would help if descriptions of the dog thieves were given, but I haven’t seen any.

American Liberals Take to Twitter to Condemn Trump for Military’s Use of MOAB

The above map shows the damage radius of the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb that was dropped on ISIS in Afghanistan today.

Recall this campaign promise.

You know that if Obama had dropped MOAB that liberals would be bragging about what a great decision he had made.

But what are liberals saying today in real time?

This next one has the facts wrong. A single bomb costs a mere bag of shells at $16 million.

Mark Dice makes a joke mocking liberals.

Another liberal misstatement. Meals on wheels was not cut.

I doubt this liberal was preaching love when Obama was dropping smaller bombs.

I just looked. So far, there’s no response from Nancy Pelosi or Hillary Clinton to MOAB. I wonder who else besides liberals are going to be added to the list below.

TRUMP: I’m ‘very, very proud’ of the military’s ‘successful job’ dropping the ‘mother of all bombs’ on ISIS

President Donald J. Trump is clearly building support for the big increase in the military budge that he campaigned for during last year’s election.

By making it easier to get his military budget increase, he also makes it easier to get money for the wall and for infrastructure spending.

This is the legendary Trump 8D chess in action.

Business Insider

President Donald Trump on Thursday refused to say whether he personally authorized dropping the “mother of all bombs” on an ISIS target in Afghanistan, but he said he was “very, very proud” of the military’s “successful job.”

The Pentagon announced Thursday that the US had dropped the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, also known as the “Mother of All Bombs” or “MOAB” because of its acronym, on an ISIS target in a remote part of far northeast Afghanistan. It is the largest nonnuclear bomb in the US military’s inventory.

Trump and the White House dodged questions from reporters on Thursday about whether Trump himself authorized dropping the bomb.

“Everybody knows exactly what happens, so — and what I do is I authorize my military,” Trump said. “We have the greatest military in the world, and they’ve done a job as usual, so we have given them total authorization, and that’s what they’re doing. And, frankly, that’s why they’ve been so successful lately.”

Trump also compared his military successes to those of his predecessor, President Barack Obama.

“If you look at what’s happened over the last eight weeks and compare that, really, to what’s happened over the last eight years, you’ll see there’s a tremendous difference. Tremendous difference,” Trump said. “So we have incredible leaders in the military, and we have an incredible military, and we are very proud of them. And this was another very, very successful mission.”

Trump also deflected a question on whether the use of the bomb sent a message to North Korea, a country Trump has been trying to rein in since he became president. He discussed the issue of North Korea with Chinese President Xi Jinping during Xi’s recent visit to Trump’s resort in Florida.

“I don’t know if this sends a message. It doesn’t make any difference if it does or not,” Trump said. “North Korea is a problem. The problem will be taken care of.

“I will say this: I think China has really been working very hard. I have really gotten to like and respect, as you know, President Xi. He’s a terrific person, we spent a lot of time together in Florida, and he’s a very special man. So we’ll see how it goes. I think he’s going to try very hard.”

MOAB: What We Know About the “Mother of All Bombs” Dropped on Afghanistan

President Trump pulls another public relations coup that the press loves.

Nobody is talking about Trump being a Russian mole any more.

Trump did campaign on the platform that he was going to “bomb the shit out of ISIS.”

CNBC

The Pentagon said Thursday that it had used the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal against ISIS, prompting questions about what exactly this weapon is.

Most of what is publicly available about the GBU-43 comes from a 2008 article from the Eglin Air Force Base. The piece, which marked the five-year anniversary of the bomb, says that the GBU-43 weighs a massive 21,600 pounds. During testing, the weapon created a mushroom cloud that could be seen 20 miles away from the blast, according to the Air Force story.

Each MOAB costs around $16 million, according to military information website Deagel. With 20 made so far, the site says the U.S. military has spent some $314 million on the production of the explosive.

The original goal of the so-called MOAB — either standing for “Massive Ordinance Air Blast” or “Mother Of All Bombs,” depending on who you ask — was to act as a non-nuclear deterrent against former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein.

“The goal is to have the pressure be so great that Saddam Hussein cooperates,” Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said in a 2003 interview, according to the Eglin Air Force Base story. “Short of that — an unwillingness to cooperate — the goal is to have the capabilities of the coalition so clear and so obvious that there is an enormous disincentive for the Iraqi military to fight against the coalition.”

The bomb was rapidly developed by the Air Force starting in 2002 as a replacement for the BLU-82 Daisy Cutter. While the MOAB was bigger, it was also smarter, with GPS-capable targeting allowing for more accurate bombing operations, according to the story.

But while the weapon was initially deployed to the Middle East back in 2003, this is the first time it has been used. Originally designed as a deterrent, it’s now being deployed as an active tool in the war on terror.

“What’s worse than unleashing on society the wrath of the largest non-nuclear bomb yet to be made?” the 2008 Eglin Air Force Base piece asked. “Letting the world know it’s out there and ready to be used at any moment.”

The superweapon is seen in action and explained here: