Monday, September 17, 2018

The Official ReThink911 Video

In July 2013 the umbrella organization which comprises of a number of groups within the 9/11 Truth Movement released this video which features experts questioning the plausibility of the government's official story.

Video: CIA Whistleblower Susan Lindauer on 9/11
Iran's Press TV brief 2013 interview with Susan Lindauer, a former CIA asset, about the US government's official account of the 9/11 attacks.

As a U.S. Intelligence Asset, Susan Lindauer covered anti-terrorism at the Iraqi Embassy in New York from 1996 up to the invasion. Independent sources have confirmed that she gave advance warning about the 9/11 attack. She also started talks for the Lockerbie Trial with Libyan diplomats. Shortly after requesting to testify before Congress about successful elements of Pre-War Intelligence, Lindauer became one of the first non-Arab Americans arrested on the Patriot Act as an "Iraqi Agent". She was accused of warning her second cousin, White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and Secretary of State Colin Powell that War with Iraq would have catastrophic consequences. Gratis of the Patriot Act, her indictment was loaded with "secret charges" and "secret evidence." She was subjected to one year in prison on Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas without a trial or hearing, and threatened with indefinite detention and forcible drugging to shut her up. After five years of indictment without a conviction or guilty plea, the Justice Department dismissed all charges five days before President Obama’s inauguration. Lindauer has written a book about her experience, Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq.

Susan Lindauer speaks in Brattleboro about 9/11
Recorded on October 5, 2012 by Tom Finnell at the Hooker Dunham Theater in Brattleboro, VT. Edited by Greg McAllister at Brattleboro Community TV. Introduction by Chris Pratt. (90 minutes)


  1. Our intelligence agencies warned us then, just like they're warning us now. Will we be smart enough to listen this time, or will we believe the BS from the White House again?

  2. Interesting theories but how do you explain the people that perished in the commercial airliners?

  3. The people that went missing in the airliners, that died, the people that were on the plane in PA headed to towards DC that were calling their families, the missing planes that the air traffic control were tracking towards NYC. The cars that were rented from in Maine etc that were then found in the parking garages in Boston. The tracking of the terrorist that were in the strip clubs celebrating the days before. The voices that were heard on the flights from Boston we have your planes, you will see. Give us a break with this stuff our government has pieces of corruption, but they are not here to kill us.

    I watch the shows on the History Channel etc every year to remember what happen on that day, the planes in this videos have been doctored, in fact I watched it last night, you can see that it's an AA and United plane. One of the shows talks about the liquid that was running down the outside of the building and down the elevator shafts, that was jet fuel that caused the other explosions, the port authority of NYC would have had to have been in on it to set up other bombs or explosives.

    They the terrorist want us dead, not 99 percent of our government, and you could not hide something like this with as many people as it takes to do it.

    Give me a break, Garbage!

  4. chuck gregory9/12/18, 5:48 PM

    No, the terrorists don't want us dead. They just want us to be afraid of the Other, to submit ourselves to invasive inspections at transportation terminals, to clutch at every panic-inducing rumor aired on TV news, to let our police arm themselves with the crowd-control weaponry they've always had in banana republics and Third World countries, to give up our control of our communities for an illusory security, to authorize our government to record every electronic conversation and communication we generate. That's all; they don't want to go so far as to want us dead.

    Osama bin Laden won.

    1. bin Laden died hiding behind a woman he tried using as a shield. He died after spending a decade hiding in caves and later holed up in a desolate "fortress".
      I don't call that winning.

  5. Todays terroists are in the wh. Hey let's permit methane to be dumped into the atmosphere. Maybe it will put out the hurricane. Please save my golf course.

  6. chuck gregory9/13/18, 8:19 AM

    "I don't call that winning."

    Mumble that to yourself every time you take off your shoes and empty your pockets in the airport security line. Repeat it every time you buy another gun. Let it wander around between your ears the next time you see a non-white person walking in your neighborhood. Chant it to calm your heart rate when a TV news reader mentions the Muslim population of Burlington. And don't let it depress you when you try to buy a bus or train ticket without showing an ID.

    If you're under 55, you don't know how good things used to be.....

    1. I'm 55, and I remember how it used to be. No passport needed to go to Canada or Mexico. Thanks to an accident, I have enough metal in me to set off the metal detectors at the airport. That means having to stand in the plexiglass cage being eyeballed like a common criminal, while being rubbed down with explosive-detecting chemicals. Then there is the surveillance state which monitors our phone calls and internet interactions, and with spy cameras equipped with facial recognition software. We USED to live in a free country, now the government monitors our every move. The terrorists got EXACTLY what they wanted; the disruption of American life, and all the paranoia that goes with it!

    2. I am well over 55, Chuck; well over.
      My neighborhood has several "non-whites" living in it. They don't bother me in the slightest. In fact, one of them is a Muslim and I consider him to be a great friend.
      I have no problem at all with the procedures at airports. The same goes for buying that train ticket you mentioned. In both cases, better safe than sorry, you know.

    3. 4:13, those who would trade liberty for security deserve neither. Gee, who said that?

    4. 4:29, The exact quotation was,"those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
      Franklin was writing about a tax dispute between the Pennsylvania General Assembly and the family of the Penns, the proprietary family of the Pennsylvania colony who ruled it from afar. The legislature was trying to tax the Penn family lands to pay for frontier defense during the French and Indian War. The family kept instructing the governor to veto. Franklin felt that this was a great affront to the ability of the legislature to govern.
      And so he actually meant purchase a little temporary safety very literally.
      It was a quotation that defends the authority of a legislature to govern in the interests of collective security. It means, in context, not quite the opposite of what it's almost always quoted as saying but much closer to the opposite than to the thing that people think it means.
      But nice try on your part.

    5. Very good, 7:40! Your Google search paid off. The fact remains, however, that sacrificing liberty for security in ANY context is a fool's bargain. It's nice that you're not a racist bigot, but saying "I have black friends" is often the response of those who are. Maybe you don't have a problem with the "procedures" at airports, spy cameras, or other surveillance by the government or Corporate America (Hi, Google!) but most of us who value our freedom do. You may think you have the upper hand, or are immune to it, but sooner or later it'll be YOUR rights getting stepped on, guarantee it. There's an old saying: A conservative is a liberal who's house has been robbed, and a liberal is a conservative who's been thrown in jail!

    6. Public surveillance cameras are not something that suddenly occurred after 9/11. To think otherwise is naive. They were first used by police in 1965 in a number of public places.
      The first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993 resulted in increased and constant monitoring of high profile locations.
      Were you griping about it then?
      Just to be clear, I never said, "I have black friends" (although I do). I said I had several "non-white" neighbors. One is a Muslim family, and the others are Cambodian, Filipino, and a family from India. I have no problem with any of them. We treat each other with mutual respect.
      In regards to your "guarantee," what exactly are you backing that up with?

    7. You're right about one thing, the modern surveillance state goes back a long way. Read the book "Databanks in a Free Society." I've owned it for decades, as it was printed in 1974. Modern technology now makes the nightmare scenario described in this book possible. 9/11 simply provided the justification for it. And yes, I've been complaining about it for over 40 years! What am I backing up my guarantee with? 5,000 years of human history!

  7. chuck gregory9/13/18, 4:07 PM

    Osama bin Laden won....

  8. Chuck What a horrible thing to say, makes me wonder where your heart is.

    He nor the terrorist won, we continue to WIN ever day in the United States of America. We're not living in caves or third world poverty. We didn't go an hide in a house in Pakistan for years watching porn and never leave the house. No we moved on with life and we continue to be the best Country and best people in the world. We continue to help other countries live a better life and give them money and live a shining beacon just like the towers that were rebuilt in NYC.

    WE lose when Americans make statements like "Osama Bin Laden won" and the other Terrorist win. And when on 9-11 we forget to remember in our minds and hearts the ones that lost their lives just living their lives proudly, and the first responders that lost their lives helping others like Americans do, the complete opposite of Osama bib Ladin the dead coward.

  9. chuck gregory9/14/18, 2:13 PM

    chuck gregory writes:

    7:01, we used to not be treated like cattle at airports and bus terminals. We used to not be approached by cops with guns drawn at traffic stops. We used to not have water cannons and military surplus machine guns brandished against public demonstrators. We used to not have SWAT teams invading our houses and carting off innocent people. We used to not have traffic checkpoints on the Interstate forcing us to produce ID. We used to not force students to go through metal detectors at school. We used to be able to walk into every public building without going through them. We used to not have to show ID to bankers we’d dealt with for thirty years to open another account. If any of these things had happened before 9/11, we would have raised holy hell, and those accountable would have been looking for another job.

    The fact that you think we’re not wearing the chains Osama bin Laden wanted us to put on indicates that you must be quite young. As I said, if you’re under 55, you don’t know how good it was. And since you’re still young, I would suggest you reconsider whether you enjoy the freedom Americans used to out whether you’ve accepted a new definition.

    1. I am 59 1/2 years old and I still believe we are the most Free and Greatest Country in the world.
      Think back to some of the things that were before your time and my time. Slaves were they free, no but we have over come that. prohibition and the controls they had on booze, but we have over come that. What about the beginning of America, The British had their rule over our ancestors and they broke free and started this great country we live in. What about women they used to be held down, blacks used to be held down, now they are all free. To say Osama has won anything is to say all the things Americans have over come mean nothing, this list could go on and on, THIS COUNTRY IS STILL THE GREAT COUNTRY IN THE WORLD... BUT to give any credit to the terrorist for what they did and give credit to That Coward and Evil Man Spits in the Face of all we stand for.

      I know how free it used to be before 911, I flew the Tuesday after 911, and I have flown this week and will again next week, and will put up with the foolishness of the TSA (which should be privatized another subject) but I would live no where else in this world than where I currently live, the Grass is no where near greener!

      OSAMA BIN LADIEN and his followers are Evil don't compare them to most anyone in America. THEY are Losing!

    2. Roger, then what is this Maga about when in my mind it always has been.

    3. Ah, Maga for the rich and wealthy. Got it Roger.

    4. Where in this post does it say anything about MAGA until you did, this just shows how you are an Blog Troll, baiting people to argue with you, get a life...

  10. chuck gregory9/14/18, 9:28 PM

    A liberal education (the word is from the Latin "liber," which means "free") is supposed to help us understand what things like happiness and freedom mean. Since the Declaration of Independence asserted that we deserved to be free and the Constitution that we merited the "pursuit of happiness," it makes sense that all of us have a common understanding.

    And the ancient Greeks settled both of those for us. After much discussion, Socrates and his followers determined that "freedom" is the condition of being accorded respect by the state. If you are as rich as Sammy the Bull Gravano and the state hauls you into court because it thinks you have been killing people, you are not free; you are not being accorded respect. On the other hand, the fact that the state has to let you have a lawyer to defend yourself means you are being accorded the right a free man should have.

    Now, when you are told to empty out your pockets at the airport checkpoint and you are NOT allowed to protest this humiliation (you are not a person who would carry a weapon in her pocket) and injustice (you are not now and never have been a criminal or terrorist) by, say, taking off all your clothes, you are not free. As a free man, your opinion of the state's practice would be respected, your expression of that opinion would be of necessity be respected.

    But it's not. Osama bin Laden has taught us all to yield up quite a bit of our freedom for a little bit of temporary security. He won...

    1. It all comes down to basic social contract theory. At birth, we all enter into a binding contract with the larger society. In America, we are "free" to do anything not prohibited by our Constitution, and the laws of the State. When someone violates that contract, their freedom (or life) is taken away. Sammy the Bull was not free to kill, and so his freedom was taken from him by the larger society, through our legal system. We are all subject to "searches and seizures," though they must be lawful, or not "unreasonable." This definition is rather vague; our court system determines what constitutes "unreasonable." In this instance, the Court has determined that airport searches are not "unreasonable," because in their view the safety of the larger society takes precedence over the rights of the individual. It still sucks, however!

    2. Yes, Social Descent Society did take care of the matter, it's called Seal Team 6, and one between the Eyes, Osama Lost It All as a Coward, always was and went down as a Coward, I'll take my shoes off, Oh that's right I don't have to I past the TSA Pre Check Holder, very simply to do.
      Chuck as many times as you have said Osama won on this post, you sound like a follower, has reading his writings moved you in some way?


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