December 10, 2011

State Sponsored Organized Crime Syndicates

Ted Gunderson Former FBI Chief - Most Terror Attacks Are Committed By Our CIA And FBI

"The CIA makes the mafia look like a Sunday school class. The CIA & FBI are behind most if not all terrorism." So stated retired FBI division chief Ted Gunderson, a man known to all for his integrity. Gunderson passed on earlier this year after having spent his years in retirement bringing to light the corrupted practices which had taken over these agencies, one of which he was proud to have spent his entire working career building. He became a fearless whistleblower while exposing wrongdoing in both organizations. Gunderson's research into 9/11 led him to conclude that all the evidence pointed to its being a false-flag operation in order to justify ongoing overseas wars and the passage of new legislation radically curtailing human rights and freedoms. More in the video and first article below.

In a similar vein the article that follows challenges the view that sees the War on Drugs as a massive failure. Looking behind the public facade erected by the authorities, it explains the real reasons why the last thing in the world the government would ever do is remove the criminal restraints. It fuels a thriving underground economy that would swiftly bring Western civilization to its knees if the black market gains were eradicated. It provides an astonishing look behind the scenes at who really gains.

In the topsy-turvy world in which we live, nothing is ever as it seems. Yet if we want to avoid being perpetual victims of a system that remains stacked in favor of a few who operate behind the scenes, we must make a real effort to pull back the curtains and see for ourselves what lurks in the shadows.

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Monday, December 5, 2011

Ted Gunderson: A Man to Remember

As for me, I will continue on the path to which God has called me.  Proverbs 31:8 - Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.  Speak up and judge fairly; defend the right of the poor and needy. – Ted Gunderson 

Paul Edwards, J.D.

This year those seeking freedom, justice, and truth lost an important ally, Ted Gunderson.  Gunderson was the former chief of the Los Angeles division of the FBI and brought his impeccable credentials to the truth/freedom movement. 

After retiring from the FBI, he gave presentations all over the country alerting the public to the reality of false flag terrorism, satanic ritual abuse, and mind control. 

Gunderson is best known not for just exposing evil and educating the public, but for risking his life to personally help and protect many victims.

When a rare leader like that passes on, hundreds more should rise-up and take his place.

State Sponsored Terrorism

After retiring from the FBI, Ted Gunderson started a private investigation firm in Santa Monica and traveled the country exposing crimes of the New World Order.  In addition to overwhelming documentation, Gunderson further confirmed that Osama Bin Laden was a CIA/Pentagon asset that went by the name of Tim Osman.  Gunderson met Bin Laden at the Hilton Hotel in Sherman Oaks, California in 1986. At the time, Bin Laden was a representative of the Mujahadeen, the Afghan fighters resisting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.  The Mujahadeen were trained and funded by the United States during Operation Cyclone, as stated by Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission and Bilderberg Group.  Al-Qaeda is still run by the Pentagon and is used for regional destabilization, most recently in Libya.

Gunderson stated that “the CIA makes the mafia look like a Sunday school class” and that the CIA and FBI is “behind most if not all” terrorism.  The FBI certainly could have stopped the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing by substituting a fake bomb for the real one, as their informant Emad Salem suggested.  Instead, the bombing was allowed to occur, killing six people and wounding more than 1,000.

Ted Gunderson researched 911 and concluded that the evidence proves it was a false flag operation to justify foreign wars and pass draconian legislation in the United States, such as the Patriot Act.

Gunderson says he knew the man, Michael Riconosciuto, that designed bombs for the CIA. Gunderson believes that the bombs Riconosciuto designed were used in the Oklahoma City, although that was not his intent in designing them.  Numerous bombs were planted in the federal building, as reported by several different news agencies. “To say that a fertilizer bomb did that is absolutely ridiculous,” says Gunderson.  Timothy McVeigh, a mind-controlled asset, and Terry Nichols were set-up patsies of the Oswald variety. 

In February 2007, Lawyer Jesse Trentadue obtained an astounding declaration from Nichols in which he fingered FBI agent Larry Potts as having directed McVeigh in carrying out the attack. Additionally, Former FBI Terrorist Task Force director Danny Coulson, the man who was in charge of collecting evidence from the Alfred P. Murrah building, has called for a new grand jury investigation into the bombing in order to identify FBI informants who were involved in the plot.

Recently the website, which provides independent research on the Oklahoma bombing, was designated as “miscellaneous extremism” that may be related to “domestic terrorism” by the Justice Department. Thus, corrupt individuals within government once again employ fear tactics to stifle free speech and thought. Fortunately, a new documentary, A Noble Lie, will soon be released and looks as though it could be the Loose Change of the Oklahoma City bombing.

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Thursday, December 8, 2011

10 Ways the War on Drugs is a Wild Success

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Eric Blair

For all the evidence of how the War on Drugs has failed society, there's equally as much evidence of how it is a great success to those who continue to support it.  The drug war has many advantages if you wish to control society and expand your empire.  It also enriches several industries that would otherwise have a very difficult time staying solvent without it.

Here are ten ways the War on Drugs is a wild success:

Military-Industrial Profits: As the Vietnam War came to an end, it struck fear into the military-industrial machine that enjoyed great profits from that conflict.  In a world where contrived enemies were needed to keep a constant funding of weapons, Richard Nixon declared drugs "Public Enemy Number 1".  Thus, domestic armies were erected to combat the illegal drug trade, delivering consistent cash flow to weapons manufacturers.  These companies make money, not just from the needs of the DEA, border patrol, and local police forces, but also from drug traffickers. Win-win and profits all around.

Huge Boon to Private Prisons: The private prison industry thrives off long sentences for drug offenders.  At least 25% of their profits come from these nonviolent criminals.  A great number more are held on "drug related" charges that may have resulted in drug violence.  However, the current trend shows that three-quarters of new inmates admitted to state prisons are nonviolent offenders. Private prisons clearly depend on arresting pot smokers and addicts of more severe drugs.

Prevents Higher Unemployment Rates: Imagine if the millions of American currently jailed on drug charges were released into a job market already suffering from real unemployment numbers over 20%.  Additionally, if it wasn't for drugs being illegal, countless people like DEA agents, court staff, prison guards, parole officers, drug dealers, etc would otherwise be unemployed.  Thank goodness for the war on drugs, or the U.S. economy would look even worse.

Suppresses Minority Populations: It's often said that the drug war is a war on minorities: "According to the ACLU, African Americans make up an estimated 15% of drug users, but they account for 37% of those arrested on drug charges, 59% of those convicted and 74% of all drug offenders sentenced to prison. Or consider this: The U.S. has 260,000 people in state prisons on nonviolent drug charges; 183,200 (more than 70%) of them are black or Latino."  So it is a huge success for those who wish to suppress minority populations.

Drives Up Prices: Making any substance illegal will result in much higher prices than a free market would dictate.  Especially when there's a high demand for that substance.  In the case of the cannabis plant, which grows like a weed and requires very little value added, the dried flower would virtually be free if it wasn't for the harsh restrictions and dangers involved in producing and distributing it. These high prices are terrific for drug dealers and even medical marijuana growers opposed legalization in California because it threatened their profits.

Drug Violence Justifies Tough Gun Laws: The violence generated from the prohibition of drugs is reminiscent of the extreme mob violence during the prohibition of alcohol. Prohibition of anything will always create black markets which require firearms to protect banned products.  Recently, the U.S. government itself was caught red-handed supplying guns to Mexican drug cartels in their "Fast and Furious" scandal.  It's now proven that the ATF plotted to use Fast and Furious to push for new gun control regulations.  Indeed, most street violence is due to turf wars over the drug trade, and tougher gun laws are proposed as the war escalates. It's wonderful for those who blame violence on guns and wish to restrict them from law-abiding citizens.

Protects Big Pharma Monopolies: No one is happier about the war on drugs than Big Pharma.  Their control over the FDA and monopoly of "controlled substances" would be threatened if all drugs were legalized.  They want you addicted to their FDA-approved versions of heroin and cocaine, not something you can get on the black market.  In turn, they also benefit greatly when the prices of street drugs increase, as they can then inflate the cost of their products.  They love the drug war so much they've lobbied to extend it to vitamins and supplements

Allows Proxy Armies: If you want to create an empire by force, but it's politically disadvantageous to base your army in certain countries, then the global war on drugs is your ticket to supplying troops or creating proxy armies. One of the most recent examples is Costa Rica, a peaceful country in Central America without an army, where the U.S. bribed the government to allow the Navy and Marines to be stationed off the Caribbean coast to fight the war on drugs.  In other nations where even this won't be allowed, the CIA funds and arms one of the drug cartels who then act as their hired enforcers, or they're used as an excuse for governments to accept U.S. help to combat the enemy they created.  In either case, the U.S. sells more arms and trains soldiers to be used upon command.

Keeps Big Banks Flush with Cash:  It has long been known that big banks happily launder money for the big drug cartels.  According to The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), "Up to 1.5 trillion dollars in drug money are laundered through legal enterprises, accounting for 5% of global GDP." Take just this year and one bank, Wachovia; who had to pay a slap-on-the-wrist fine for laundering more than $420 billion for Mexican drug cartels.  Imagine where the big banks would be without this money, given that they also needed a bailout of over $23 trillion for lack of sufficient deposits to pay for their gambling habits.

Funds CIA Black Ops: Do you ever wonder where the U.S. government gets all that money for their secret "Black Ops" like underground bases, secret wars, corporate takeovers and seed money, etc?  It's been proven over and over that the CIA (and Pentagon) controls a large majority of the illicit drug trade either directly or indirectly through proxies mentioned above.  They've been caught in the act of shipping in massive amounts of cocaine, while the CIA now openly admits to protecting and facilitating the opium trade in Afghanistan.  If it wasn't for this tremendous profit, the CIA would not be able to build their secret shadow government.

So, as you can see, there are great benefits to the War on Drugs depending what side of the coin you're on.  If you're a poor pot smoker, well, you're out of luck.  But if you're the biggest heroin and cocaine dealer in the world and desire a monopoly . . . well, you've got the world right where you want it.

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