By Gordon Duff and Ian Greenhalgh, Editors
Ian found this yesterday (June 15, 2016) and dropped it in my Skype. We have such a sad language that we have to use childish metaphors to express outrage and amazement, such as “slam dunk” or “smoking gun.”
The Rich Hall video is great television. Here is the problem, anyone who has to do TV for cash, such as Jesse Ventura, when back in 2009, long before the FBI files on 9/11 were leaked and then suppressed, he attacked that farce:
This is the first real crack in the official story, and the commentary I wrote on this when it was produced was rated as top news story of the year by Google. The VT version has since disappeared, as has Jesse Ventura.
This is how the video evidence used by VT now looks on Google:
Note that YouTube gets its most hits from animal torture and motorcycle beheading videos, but these were killed as inappropriate including footage supplied (leaked) from the National Reconnaissance Office of a cruise missile hitting the Pentagon on 9/11, fired we believe, from a German built Dolphin submarine we also proved was specially modified for Israel and secretly funded by the German government. “Shades of Michael Shrimpton and the DVD.”
As a personal aside, I was in Muskegon yesterday. Took the bike up US 31 and headed in for the Port of Muskegon where LST 343, built in Newport News and launched December 1942 is open as a museum. They show free films on deck.
Another aside, I remember watching Ocean’s 11, the original Sinatra film while on the deck of LPD 7, the USS Cleveland, off South Vietnam in 1969 as part of a Marine special landing team.
The LST flooded memories as I crawled, with some difficulty nowadays, through hatches and down into the engine room. Last LST I was on was 1144, the Washtenaw County. The troop quarters were beyond primitive, the food non-existent, but it was only a few days, including riding out a typhoon.
The ship – and calling an LST a ship is an abuse of the term – listed from side to side in the wind and waves, quite a trip.
This was September 69, crawling down rope ladders into mike boats, like in WWII for a beach landing.
I remembered a scale in one of the, hell what are hallways on a ship? Passageway? Walls are bulkheads, toilets are “heads,” I never got into “Navy-talk” although the Marine Corps is steeped in it.
With gear I weighed 289, based on a body weight of about 150 then. It would go down to 120 after malaria. I sit at around 190 now.
Aside again, this reminds me that I was asked recently to promote www.veterantv.com. There have been terrible divides between veterans of different wars, a need for an abused underclass to find identity in basking those who went before them.
I watch this on Veteran TV a bit, how the “new guys” so utterly misunderstand who we were in Vietnam and find identity in their participation in the fake wars so few of their kind have openly opposed.
While on LST 343, I noted a plaque:
“Vietnam is the last time veterans were abandoned by those who went before them.”
This refers to the American Legion and VFW who turned their backs on Vietnam veterans and, by using and abusing their congressional influence, directed funds away from servicing returning vets and to programs for World War II vets.
The result was denial of agent orange and PTSD for decades, killing over a million vets, cancer, suicide (massive numbers lied about), all steeped in phony patriotism while vets from earlier eras, mostly the REMF/pogue types (military terminology for those who know) who rose to the top like floating turds, controlling the VFW, Legion, NRA and other groups.
It is really too late to bridge this divide, too few Vietnam vets survive today. One of my friends, Henry Sullivan, called yesterday. He was part of the founding group from VT, an army medic with a silver star and DSC, who has “gone to ground.”
Most Vietnam combat survivors have done exactly that, “gone to ground.” Keeping vets hating each other is a great way of managing folks, like the job the MSM and InfoWars does with the unwashed, keeping them on track as slaves. Ah, but I digress.
Anyway, for those who can, visit this and the USS Silversides in Muskegon. Support real memorials and keep memories alive so that we may some day learn just one little thing, that all wars are a con.
A mention of something that should matter: Note on this page that VT will have 47, 534 Fakebook fans. This number has been consistent for 6 years since Fakebook recognized VT as a threat to Israel’s propaganda machine. Since then it has been war.
A few years ago, a major offshore publication (in Iran) began accepting submissions for publication. Two of the articles I wrote there got over 2 million reads with one up to 6 million. Soon thereafter, the section was shut down and a new general manager appointed who only allowed “controlled opposition” material, getting rid of the likes of Jim Dean, Kevin Barrett and other “real deal” writers.
Two years later, the GM was arrested for unspecified charges by counter-intelligence services. We had immediately identified him as an asset of the Mossad.
This is why I mention Fakebook. There is a reason the Washington Post, Newsweek, the Hill, Politico and so many other publications came after VT last year, and that is because we turn, in the real world, massive numbers.
Youtube kills our videos, Google delists us and we refuse to follow the Mossad asset tales like Pizzagate and Jade Helm. We keep busting their attempts to controls us the way they control almost all alternative or independent media.
Bloggers are, to a man/woman, cheap whores. The ex-cons, FBI informants, failed academics, mama’s boys and whiny little bitches that lead the hate campaign against VT give us endless pleasure.
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.
Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world, and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist, and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.