Thursday, November 09, 2006

9/11: Controlled Demo Proven in 19 Seconds

7 Comments:

At November 10, 2006 1:49 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

Folks, Google has yanked my access to their videos. Of course, Google owns Blogger so this is not entirely unforseen. First they changed the url of the video I was accessing and THEN yanked all access from this blog to their vids.

This was easily the most useful 9/11 controlled demo out there. It was from a BBC special and nothing anywhere I have seen comes close to providing EXTREMELY CLEAR shots and audio of rapid explosions, charges going off one floor after another.

They have implicated themselves. If Google continues to deny me access to their videos, then I will be forced to mount a serious campaign against their censorship tactics. If Google thinks that they can get away with this I will remind them what happened when I decided that Echelon no longer needed to be a conspiracy theory. The National Security Agency couldn't shut me up. What makes you think you can?

You had better get with it Google or I'm coming after you.

 
At November 10, 2006 6:43 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

That's better. Threatening these guys with bad press usually works.

 
At November 10, 2006 7:15 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

Of course, since Google is now allowing linkage to my blog, the inevitable wave of naysayers, claiming that I am off my rocker for observing a CONSISTENT pattern, has begun. For those of you and for others that would like just a little more information on all of this, here is something I sent to someone today:

Google has never let me upload vids and whenever I have tried to use their service that automatically blogs items, it simply hasn't worked. Let me be clear here: certain online outfits and well known intelligence outfits have a long and rocky history with me. I could give you examples but I'd rather not toot my own horn so much. I am known in national security issues. Have you ever heard of Echelon?

As well, every time I try to download anything from Google, I get multiple megs of information that, if it does anything at all, is doing so invisibly. In other words, I never get a video but I am suspicious of what exactly that code was.

At any rate, recently I was sent the embed code by someone and began to use it and yesterday I found a video that is the single most explosive video ever in regards to the 9/11 controlled demolition. Several people emailed me incredulously (veteran researchers), calling it a long awaited smoking gun. It is undeniable. Multiple, orderly explosions are seen going off, floor by floor and they are easily heard.

Suddenly - BAM! My history in dealing with such situations is to wait. My experience is that when I happen upon something revelatory and SUDDENLY get problems, that there is good reason to be suspicious. Still, in the past I have reserved judgement. More often than not, such problems persist without end until I raise a whole lot of hell about it and the pattern is that my problems miraculously stop when I do so.
Glitches are not sensitive to complaints, though some have seemingly implied such.

I have, in the past, waited for hours and sometimes even days before I did anything, waiting to see of such a glitch resolves itself. My batting average for CAUSING such glitches to go away by merely drawing attention to them is well over .500 - this over about a hundred at bats, if you know what I mean.

I threatened Google and they responded. This time the threat (with deserved bad press) was issued almost immediately by myself, which is rare. I usually wait but this time I thought the subject matter too important to let slide and the timing, coinciding with the most revelatory thing I have blogged ever, was too suspicious. These people I spoke of that know me and of me, these elites, are quite aware of my capability to reach several thousand influential people quickly and without warning.

I'm really glad people are beginning to take on the issue of Google and its memetic support of the fascist state. As for myself, I have been all over Yahoo for similar things.

 
At November 11, 2006 6:43 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

FYI : While attempting to view a video at YouTube on the LAPD's brutal ways, my anti-virus program picked up a trojan. This kind of thing ought to be able to be proven.

 
At November 11, 2006 6:53 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

I just picked up an incoming virus at a YouTube vid on LAPD brutality (I was backing my browser up when it happened so I don't know which one did it - I had to shut it down):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUD0JRnW7oc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pE20OPv4I28

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVW5_PJHzR4

 
At November 13, 2006 7:30 AM, Blogger Eric Stewart said...

Rick Siegel wrote:

Today, 2 days after posting that video I find the site hacked. I am pretty sure you are right about this. Someone very good slipped in and cut root access to the site. I had to have physical people go and open it back up. We are tracking the hacker.

http://www.ricksiegel.com/web was cut and there were some 600 missed hits to that single page. 1700 read and saw it already. It is back up and if you can get the original I will host it. The digg, reddit and shoutwire pages are
spreading it. I guess you should promote it and get it out. Must be
something if they are hacking so bad at it.

See Site Hacked to Keep BBC 911 Anniversary Video Off Web

 
At December 13, 2006 2:06 PM, Blogger Tahoma Activist said...

Hey guys, I can believe that Google would do this crap. Their slogan used to be "Don't be evil", but I guess, just like the Jesuits, once they got some power they decided to start altering the substance of what "evil" really is.

As we've seen with this current administration, once you began playing fast and loose with your own morality, you lose the ability to control the situation. Your underlings and your allies, as well as your enemies, will not understand or appreciate your subtle calculations about morality and will use your justifications to justify even worse abuses themselves. The best way to prevent this is, of course, to not do things that violate your own moral code, but when you're dealing with corporations and unaccountable governments, their ability to stick to any rules is next to nil.

This is why we must use every opportunity we have to speak loudly and forcefully against all violations of, law, principles, ethics, and morality. Good on you, Eric, for doing so.

Hey, would you link to my post on CoolAqua about the question everyone should be asking presidential candidates? The question is: "Do you believe that agents of the Bush administration planned, executed, supported or covered up any elements of the 9/11 attacks, and if so, what are you going to do about it?"

 

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