This is pretty chilling, but when you start paying attention to all the military exercises going on in the US, it's obvious this kind of behavior is exactly what police and military are training for. Don't forget how quickly this went down in Watertown and years earlier, in New Orleans. What will you do if it comes to your town?
In other news, I just found out from Penny at NTS's blog that famed truthseeker Dave McGowan is fighting for his life. Please send prayers and positive energy his way.
Note how they overturned upright tables and got rid of the tree we always see in that photo "proving" Jahar was right behind 8-year-old Martin Richard shortly before the "bomb" went off. Can't have things looking too unaffected, can we?
Here's another video from Peekay:
Boston Hoaxathon Firefighters - Liars? Bad Actors? or Both??
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I'm kind of forcing myself to write something right now because I don't want to let this blog fall by the wayside, but I must admit I've been too discouraged and "out of the loop" to address some of the bigger issues that face us today. There's the new "worry about this -- false flag imminent" military exercise Jade Helm (google it) and the Fast Track Trade Promotion authority bill that makes my head hurt just trying to understand how it takes more sovereignty away from the people ... and yeah, I'm really pissed off that Jahar Tsarnaev was found guilty and sentenced to death, even though I'm not even sure if he's a genuine patsy or a conscious player in the hoax that is the Boston Marathon Bombing. One thing I know is that I tend to feel better and think more clearly the less TV I watch, so I can at least say that. And here's some good news: The American Institute of Architects, America's largest association of architects, will be voting on whether to officially support a new WTC 7 investigation today. Of course, the main guys behind that were Architects & Engineers for 9/11 truth. [UPDATE: the resolution was voted down.]
Meanwhile, in light of the profoundly disappointing "trial" and subsequent sentencing of Jahar Tsarnaev, I figured this new James Corbett video might be educational.
[An excellent article I found on Twitter, the best I've read on the subject of the "Boston Marathon Bombing". I'm just going to reprint the beginning, but every American should read the whole thing through. -- Jody]
While there is significant evidence supporting the accused Boston bomber’s innocence, none of it made it into his trial, which just concluded with guilty verdicts on all 30 counts against him. It seems that law enforcement, the media, and especially Tsarnaev’s own lawyer, Judy Clarke, were focused on suppressing any evidence that could have undermined the official story of the bombing. The truth has been covered up just as effectively as it was the day Lee Harvey Oswald was shot by Jack Ruby.
Clarke insured Tsarnaev’s conviction when she opened the trial by admitting that he had carried out the bombing on April 15, 2013 with his brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan, who was killed in the aftermath. Clarke painted Tamerlan as the instigator in an apparent effort to spare Dzhokhar from execution, but that may happen anyway as the trial now enters the sentencing phase.
Clarke is known for her ability to keep her clients off death row (including Unabomber Ted Kaczyinski; alleged 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui; and Jared Loughner, who was convicted of shooting Rep. Gabrielle Giffords), but given the weakness of the evidence against Tsarnaev, Clarke’s strategy amounted to throwing in the towel before the trial even started.
But what about making the prosecution prove guilt? To say that Clarke could have created reasonable doubt if she had wanted to is an understatement. In this article, we’ll look at the evidence that should have been introduced at Tsarnaev’s trial but wasn’t (Keep in mind that Dzhokhar had claimed his innocence, which conflicted with the supposed confession he wrote on the inside of the boat where he was captured on April 19, four days after the bombing).
Most have taken for granted from the beginning that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar did what they are accused of doing. But how many would be surprised to learn that the evidence against them depends on the statements of just two people – and these just happen to be the two most suspicious characters in this incredible story. While there is little direct evidence of guilt, there is plenty that points to the brothers being set up as patsies.
Investigative reporter Russ Baker, who has written extensively about the case, explains in one of his articles just how thin the evidence is against the brothers is (Note that the “Danny” referred to below is the alleged carjacking victim, whose identity remained hidden until the trial. He has since been identified as Chinese immigrant Dun Meng.):
“Without the murder of the MIT policeman, followed by the carjacking confession reported by Danny, we would have no solved crime, no evidence linking anyone to the horrific Boston Marathon bombing except some grainy video of two guys wearing backpacks in a sea of other backpack-wearers near the source of the explosion. The assumption many of us make that the Tsarnaevs planted those bombs is just that: an assumption that, in the absence of the reported confession, has no evidence behind it.”
I believe it's up to each and every one of us to contribute our own special talents to make this world a better place for all of us. I'm currently locked out of my political Twitter account (@jodypaulson), but I highly recommend @greentaralady for lighter, greener fare.
Grandfather, look at our brokenness. We know that in all creation only the human family has strayed from the sacred way. We know that we are the ones who are divided and we are the ones who must come back together to walk in the sacred way. Grandfather, sacred one, teach us love, compassion, and honor that we may heal the earth and heal each other.