I'm an engineer, former Acting Chief,
Strategic & Emergency Planning Branch, USDOE. I've consulted for USAID and the World
Bank. In 1995, I setup The Wisdom Fund.
HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR PEACE DIVIDEND?
Following the Revolutions
of 1989 against Communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe, Robert S. McNamara,
Defense Secretary in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, on December 13, 1989,
told Congress that the $300 billion annual Pentagon budget could be "safely cut in half over the next decade."
On December 26, 1991, the Soviet Union was formally dissolved.
With no major enemies to defend
against, Americans were expecting a "peace dividend".
Instead of a peace dividend, we've been saddled with a debt of $17 trillion. That's over $53,000 per
Six years ago, General Wesley Clarke, candidate for US president in 2004, warned
audiences, that the U.S. had plans to attack "seven
countries in five years" -- Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran.
-- CNN reported "there's no evidence of a plane having crashed anywhere near
-- The Pentagon transcript of the September 12 press conference does not mention Flight
77 or Boeing 757.
-- The Pentagon transcript of September 15 shows other officials questioning the
-- US Solicitor General Ted Olson's account of phone calls from his wife Barbara Olson
is contradicted by the FBI. FBI exhibits in the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui show that
Barbara Olson made only one phone call, it did not connect, and it lasted for 0 seconds.
-- The Flight Data Recorder data does not support the OFFICIAL CONSPIRACY THEORY.
-- Hani Hanjour couldn't possibly have flown a Boeing 757 "at 530 mph" along the path
-- G-Force would have caused the Boeing 757 to crash before it struck the Pentagon.
This evidence has been presented to President
Obama, the Chair of the 9/11 Commission, and placed in the archives of the
International Criminal Court.
The best way to honor the victims of 9/11 is to expose the real culprits.
Smedley Butler, "'War is a
Racket'," 1933 -- Excerpt from a speech delivered in 1933 by General
Smedley Darlington Butler, USMC. General Butler was the recipient of two Congressional
Medals of Honor -- the highest military decoration presented by the United States
government to a member of its armed forces. He is one of only 19 recipients of two
Medals of Honor, and one of only three to be awarded a Marine Corps Brevet Medal and a
Medal of Honor, and the only person to be awarded a Marine Corps Brevet Medal and a
Medal of Honor for two different actions.