We’ve lived so long under the spell of hierarchy—from god-kings to feudal lords to party bosses—that only recently have we awakened to see not only that “regular” citizens have the capacity for self-governance, but that without their engagement our huge global crises cannot be addressed. The changes needed for human society simply to survive, let alone thrive, are so profound that the only way we will move toward them is if we ourselves, regular citizens, feel meaningful ownership of solutions through direct engagement. Our problems are too big, interrelated, and pervasive to yield to directives from on high.
—Frances Moore LappĂ©, excerpt from Time for Progressives to Grow Up

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Former Senator at Plaintiff’s Table in 9/11 Case Against FBI

Click here to access article from 28Pages.org.

Quite often the truth of the Empire's crimes trickle out eventually, and this appears to be the case with the 9/11 event. Many architects and engineers after a decade got up the nerve to question the government's numerous deceptions about 9/11, and have accomplished much in poking holes in many of the original 9/11 Commission's findings. Now a lawsuit against the government has reached a federal court judge who has obtained many more FBI documents that were previously covered up. Already the court hearing have produce startling revelations regarding a more recent 9/11 Review Commission (aka "Meese Commission"), "not to be confused with the [original] 9/11 Commission".
As Christensen noted in his coverage of this week’s developments, “FBI Director James Comey picked the Meese Commission’s members, who operated in virtual secrecy, holding no public hearings and releasing no records about its work beyond its March 2015 final report.”

And, thanks to the Florida Bulldog suit, we now know the FBI paid the commissioners $80,000 each plus expenses.

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