9/11: What the Telephone Records Reveal about Calls from AA Flight 77: Did Barbara Olson Attempt Any Calls at All?

By Elizabeth Woodworth

Global Research, September 16, 2011

Boeing 767-306/ER (AA Fl. 77) Can 5 men fit in this two-seater cockpit?

What the Primary Telephone Records Reveal about Calls from AA Flight 77: Did Barbara Olson Attempt Any Calls at All?

Abstract:  This essay presents new evidence that further erodes the accepted story of the hijacking of Flight 77 by men with knives and box-cutters.  The story of the phone calls from CNN commentator Barbara Olson to her husband, Theodore Olson, then Solicitor General of the United States, was flashed around the world on September 11, 2001, from a CNN interview with Mr. Olson.

This essay closely examines the raw data from the AT&T telephone records, and confirms the work of Dr. David Ray Griffin,[1] who has argued that Barbara Olson’s one attempted call, which was unconnected and lasted “0” seconds, could not have conveyed the hijacker story to her husband.

The essay also includes new information suggesting that the digital technology of the day could have routed the calls that appeared to emanate from Flight 77, from the ground up to the aircraft and back again. Continue reading

Breaking Free of our Shackles

“When our opinions change, regimes fall or change. And it can happen peacefully, simply by the withdrawal of consent.”

“Ultimately, when the mass of the public says – we’re not going to be treated like this anymore – things DO change. Because the people responsible for putting us in this situation are a small minority. WE are the majority.” (Tenth Amendment Center)

Real Congressional Reform in a Nutshell

By Barbara H. Peterson

The following is a list of Congressional reforms that We the People would actually benefit from. I received this list via e-mail, and decided to share it since these seven mandates would just about ensure that CONgress reign in its greed and focus on what’s best for us instead of their own purses.  Continue reading

Textbook of Americanism by Ayn Rand 1946

Ayn Rand - Russian refugee and outspoken advocate for minimalist government. Source: NNDB.com

By Ayn Rand, 1946

Freedom Force International

[These articles were written in 1946 for and appeared originally in THE VIGIL, a publication of The Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, Beverly Hills, California. The subject of these articles was limited to the sphere of politics, for the purpose of defining and clarifying the basic principles involved in political issues. The series is incomplete; the twelve questions reprinted here were only the first third of a longer project; the rest has remained unwritten.]

1. What Is the Basic Issue in the World Today?

The basic issue in the world today is between two principles: Individualism and Collectivism.

Individualism holds that man has inalienable rights which cannot be taken away from him by any other man, nor by any number, group or collective of other men. Therefore, each man exists by his own right and for his own sake, not for the sake of the group.

Collectivism holds that man has no rights; that his work, his body and his personality belong to the group; that the group can do with him as it pleases, in any manner it pleases, for the sake of whatever it decides to be its own welfare. Therefore, each man exists only by the permission of the group and for the sake of the group.

These two principles are the roots of two opposite social systems. The basic issue of the world today is between these two systems.  Continue reading

Silver Shines as an Economic Solution

By Cassandra Anderson
September 28, 2010
MorphCity.com

Idaho State Representative Phil Hart authored the Idaho State Silver Gem Act earlier this year which allows for the Idaho State Treasurer to issue silver medallions and make them available to the public; people may use them for any purpose they want and will have the option of paying their State taxes with the silver. The benefits of the Silver Gem Act are: Continue reading

Walt Disney, Monsanto discovered among Blackwater’s hidden clients

Source: Raw Story

Also on list: Royal Caribbean, Deutsche Bank, Chevron

Almost three years ago exactly — Sept. 17, 2007 — a cadre of guards from the security firm then known as Blackwater shot and killed 17 Iraqis at a public plaza in Baghdad.

The company, long in the public eye, has been known for brutal tactics and as a mercenary for the US State Department in countries where the US has boots on the ground. What hasn’t been known, however, is that the same company was handling intelligence ops for publicly-traded US companies.

Atop the list is Monsanto, the biotech giant, who The Nation’s Jeremy Scahill revealed Wednesday accepted a proposal through a Blackwater subsidiary which “offer[ed] to provide operatives to infiltrate activist groups organizing against the multinational biotech firm.” READ MORE…

Here is some more info: Monsanto hired mercenary Blackwater to infiltrate anti-GMO groups

U.S. Presidents and the Royal Bloodline

By Barbara H. Peterson

It seems that all U.S. presidents except for one, share the same bloodline.

King Plantagenet 1167 – 1216, known as John of England

Some of his attributes and accomplishments:

Lack of prowess in battle

Penchant for treachery

Ruthlessness

Heavy taxation

The first income tax

Confiscation of all church possessions

Lecherous behavior

Signing of the Magna Carta under duress, which he tried to break by starting a war

Summary

King John’s reign has traditionally been characterised as one of the most disastrous in English history, earning him the nickname “Bad King John”: it began with military defeats – he lost Normandy to Philip Augustus of France in his first five years on the throne – and ended with England torn by civil war and himself on the verge of being forced out of power. In 1213, he made England a papal fief to resolve a conflict with the Catholic Church, and his rebellious barons forced him to seal Magna Carta in 1215, the act for which he is best remembered.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_of_England

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