The Official Story of the Collapse of WTC Building 7 Lies in Ruins by Paul Craig Roberts

A research team at the University of Alaska’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, led by Dr. Leroy Hulsey, Dr. Zhili Quan, and Professor Feng Xiao, Department of Civil Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, released yesterday for public comment their findings from a four-year study of the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 on September 11, 2001. This is the first scientific investigation of the collapse of the building. Here is the conclusion:
“The principal conclusion of our study is that fire did not cause the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11, contrary to the conclusions of NIST and private engineering firms that studied the collapse. The secondary conclusion of our study is that the collapse of WTC 7 was a global failure involving the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.”
Notice three things: (1) it has taken 18 years to get a real investigation of the destruction of a building blamed on Muslim terrorists, (2) the only way “near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building” can occur is through controlled demolition, and (3) this remarkable finding is not reported in the presstitute media.
In other words, the study is assigned to the Memory Hole. This is the way The Matrix operates. This is why you need this website. The only purpose of print and TV news is to program you so that you insouciantly go along with the agendas of those who rule you. Those who sit in front of TV news, listen to NPR, or read newspapers are programmed to be mindless automatons.

Paul Craig Roberts excellent website can be visited at the link below.

Tom Petty's Free Fallin Starring Building 7

It makes me sick that the Bush Administration has gotten away with the take-down of the Twin Towers.

Jeffrey Epstein, if dead, has escaped punishment for his numerous crimes. Yet obvious questions remain. Why did the FBI wait so long to rain his sordid island. Who will be held accountable for the terrible crimes he and his island guests committed? Salty Cracker YouTube channel discusses the recent developments in the Epstein/FBI investigations.

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(CNN) — On August 25, 1919, the first regular international passenger air service took place between London and Paris.
This fledgling flight, operated by Air Transport & Travel Ltd (AT&T) -- a forerunner of British Airways (BA) -- took off from Hounslow Heath, not far from what's now Heathrow Airport, the British aviation hub where some 80 million passengers took to the skies in 2018.
Clearly, international flights have changed a lot in the past 100 years, so let's take a look back at where it all began.

Henry Calvin Johnson Jr. (born October 2, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 4th congressional district, serving since 2007

Guam will Capsize and Tip Over into the ocean Hank Johnson.

J. Edgar Hoover, in full John Edgar Hoover, (born January 1, 1895, Washington, D.C., U.S.—died May 2, 1972, Washington, D.C.), U.S. public official who, as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 1924 until his death in 1972, built that agency into a highly effective, if occasionally controversial, arm of federal law enforcement.

Hoover habitually used the FBI’s enormous surveillance and information-gathering powers to collect damaging information on politicians throughout the country, and he kept the most scurrilous data under his own personal control. He used his possession of these secret files to maintain himself as the FBI’s director and was apparently able to intimidate even sitting presidents by threatening to leak damaging disclosures about them. By the early 1970s he had come under public criticism for his authoritarian administration of the FBI and for his persecution of those he regarded as radicals and subversives. He retained his post, however, until his death at age 77, by which time he had been the FBI’s chief for 48 years and had served 8 presidents and 18 attorneys general.

Accused pedophile and wealthy Manhattan financier Jeffrey Epstein was found injured and in a fetal position inside his cell at a New York City jail, according to sources close to the investigation.
Epstein, who is being held in Metropolitan Correctional Center as he awaits his trial for conspiracy and sex trafficking, was found semi-conscious with marks on his neck, two sources told News 4. Investigators are trying to piece together exactly what happened, saying details remain murky.
Two sources tell News 4 that Epstein may have tried to hang himself, while a third source cautioned that the injuries were not serious and questioned if Epstein might be using it as a way to get a transfer.
A fourth source said an assault has not been ruled out, and that another inmate was questioned. The inmate who investigators have talked to in Lower Manhattan facility has been identified as Nicholas Tartaglione, according to two sources. Tartaglione is a former police officer in Westchester County who was arrested in December 2016 and accused of killing four men in an alleged cocaine distribution conspiracy, then burying their bodies in his yard in Otisville in Orange County, according to court records.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives approved a $733-billion defense policy bill on Friday, defying President Donald Trump’s veto threat by including provisions like a clampdown on funding for his planned wall on the border with Mexico.
The House passed its version of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, by a 220 to 197 vote, without a single Republican voting in favor of the bill and after some of the most liberal Democrats opposed it as they pushed for a reduction in defence spending.
Republican opposition to the bill sets the stage for a stiff fight over its provisions later this year that could threaten Congress’ record of passing the NDAA annually for nearly six decades.
That bipartisan amendment passed by 251-170 and prevents federal funds from being used for any military force in or against Iran without congressional authorization.

(CNN)Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Friday issued a warning Friday that the US government is at risk of running out of cash sooner than expected.
In a letter to Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Mnuchin wrote that the US might default on its obligations as soon as early September, before Congress returns from its summer recess.
"Based on updated projections, there is a scenario in which we run of out cash in early September, before Congress reconvenes," Mnuchin wrote in a letter.
The federal government has not been able to borrow money since March, when congressionally-mandated borrowing limits went back into force. The US Treasury, which is facing a growing deficit thanks in part to President Donald Trump's 2017 tax cuts, had said it had enough cash to last until the fall.
Pelosi and Mnuchin have spoken three times this week in an effort to jumpstart stalled budget and debt ceiling negotiations, and multiple sources say the new default projections have provided an accelerant for those efforts.
Mnuchin and Pelosi are likely to speak again Friday. Pelosi told reporters that she has not yet read Mnuchin's letter to Capitol Hill but she knew it was coming.
In his letter, Mnuchin called on Congress to restore borrowing power by increasing the debt ceiling before Congress departs for its regular August recess.

A Canadian special forces sniper has broken the world record for the longest confirmed kill shot.
The soldier shot an IS militant dead from 3,540 metres, which is just over two miles away, in Iraq last month.
The previous record was held by British sniper Craig Harrison, who killed a Taliban fighter in 2009 in Afghanistan from 2,475 metres away (1.5 miles).
The Canadian Armed Forces now holds three of the top five positions for longest confirmed kill shots.
But how do you kill an enemy soldier from more than two miles away?
The unnamed soldier who killed the IS militant used a McMillan TAC-50 sniper rifle, from an elevated position.
Its manufacturer says its effective firing range is 1,800 metres, around half the distance the Canadian sniper managed.
The bullet took 10 seconds to reach its target and travelled at 792mph, which is faster than a commercial jet like a Boeing 747.
The same weapon is used by US Navy Seals (as the MK 15) and French Navy commandoes as well as special forces in Turkey, Georgia, South Africa, Jordan, Israel and the Philippines.

It worked for me, and there is no reason that it won't work for you!

Mexico has recorded its highest ever murder rate with government data revealing a shocking 17,065 homicides were committed in the first six months of 2019. That equates to 94 murders every day.
The information, released Tuesday by the Secretariat of Security and Citizens Protection, showed the murder rate has increased from the same period last year, up from 16,585 murders in the first half of 2018.
A staggering 33,369 people were assassinated in the whole of 2018, the highest number since the country started keeping official numbers in 1997. However, 2019 is on course to eclipse that figure.
According to the government, 2,543 killings were recorded in June, but officials expect the number to surpass the 3,000 when an updated report is released July 20, making it the deadliest month in Mexico’s history.
The data revealed 2,932 homicides in January and 2,877 in February. The month of March saw 2,933 murders. The figure dropped to 2,801 in April and spiked in May with 2,979 killings.
Including the 2,879 murders in December 2018, and there have been almost 20,000 Mexicans killed since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador entered office.
Mexico has been engulfed in a wave of violence since the government launched an all-out offensive to root out organized criminal organizations in 2006 under former President Felipe Calderon. Since then, there have been more than 200,000 murders.

López Obrador vowed to resolve a problem, which he blamed on previous administrations.
At the start of the year the leftist leader announced the creation of a National Guard force as a method to combat crime.
After it as approved in March, the president finally rolled out his new militarized unit this week, which consists of 70,000 troops made up of Army and Navy recruits, as well as police officers from municipal, state and federal units.

'El Chapo' paid former Mexican president $100 million bribe: trial witness

Iran threatens to retaliate after British forces seized oil tanker [Full article from New York Post]

A senior official in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said Friday it would be the Islamic Republic’s “duty” to seize a British oil tanker in retaliation for the capture of an Iranian ship in Gibraltar by the Royal Marines.
British forces seized the supertanker Grace 1 on Thursday for trying to take oil to Syria in violation of EU sanctions, according to the UK’s Telegraph.
“If Britain does not release the Iranian oil tanker, it is the (Iranian) authorities duty to seize a British oil tanker,” Maj. Gen. Mohsen Rezaei said in a tweet.
The Iranian foreign ministry also demanded that Britain immediately release the tanker, accusing London of acting at Washington’s bidding.
A senior ministry official “described the UK move as unacceptable” in a meeting with British Ambassador Rob Macaire, the ministry said in a statement Friday.
He “called for the immediate release of the oil tanker, given that it has been seized at the request of the US, based on the information currently available,” the statement said.
US national security adviser John Bolton applauded the ship’s interception.
“Excellent news: UK has detained the supertanker Grace I laden with Iranian oil bound for Syria in violation of EU sanctions,” he said in a tweet.

It’s no secret that major, liberal-run cities in America are train wrecks. The streets are filled with feces and drug needles. Shanty towns of homeless and the mentally ill out-number pedestrians. And the problems are getting worse. President Trump called out this growing crisis and made clear his intentions.
We’ve talked about this before. And it’s a problem that’s not going away. Some of the biggest cities in America are turning into living garbage heaps. And it’s all thanks to Democrats.
Cities like Portland, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York have super-liberal majorities. Both local and state government are dominated by Democrats. You don’t have to look far to see the effects of their left-wing, disastrous agenda.
These major cities, once jewels, are overrun with filth. San Francisco has been compared to third-world countries. Los Angeles streets are flowing with medieval plagues (and over one million rats). Human feces, trash, drug needles and more fill the streets and sidewalks. Pedestrians and commuters can’t even make it to their offices, without passing through shanty towns made of tents. Drug addicts and the mentally ill live on the streets—posing a major threat to residents.
Even the nicest neighbourhoods are facing this problem. Why? Because Democrats run these cities.

The Atlantic hurricane season is the period in a year when hurricanes usually form in the Atlantic Ocean. Tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic are called hurricanes, tropical storms, or tropical depressions. In addition, there have been several storms over the years that have not been fully tropical and are categorized as subtropical depressions and subtropical storms. Even though subtropical storms and subtropical depressions are not technically as strong as tropical cyclones, the damages can still be devastating.

Jeff Bezos says "Blue Moon" lander can carry crews to the moon by 2024. [Article from CBS NEWS]

Blue Origin plans to build and launch a commercially developed lunar lander, a spacecraft capable of carrying scientific payloads and astronauts to landings on the moon by 2024, the Trump administration's stated goal for near-term space exploration, Amazon-founder Jeff Bezos announced Thursday.

"This is an incredible vehicle," he told a throng of space reporters, current and former NASA managers, engineers and astronauts. "And it's going to the moon."
Secretly under development for the past three years, Bezos said the "Blue Moon" lander, using a powerful new hydrogen-powered engine generating up to 10,000 pounds of thrust, will be capable of landing up to 6.5 metric tons of equipment on the lunar surface.

Van Allen radiation belt

NASA's budget for fiscal year (FY) 2019 is $21.5 billion. It represents 0.49% of the $4.4 trillion the United States plans to spend that year. Since its inception, the United States has spent $601.31 billion (in nominal dollars) on NASA.

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus says "the technology for autonomous flying" is already here, and the only obstacles to progress are regulators - and "the traveling public," understandably wary of pilotless planes.
Ever since two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft went down within six months of each other due to a glitch in the plane's computerized flight control system, killing everyone onboard, airline passengers have had good reason to be leery of placing their lives in the hands of computers. News that Boeing was aware of the problems with its MCAS system and packaged the software "fix" as an add-on to extract more money from its customers only adds to fliers' distrust of the company. But what about Airbus, its main competitor?

Airbus chief salesman Christian Scherer acknowledged in an interview with AP that the Boeing horror "highlighted and underlined the need for absolute, uncompromising safety in this industry," but says his company's sales strategy has not changed. Airbus is focused on convincing regulators and passengers to embrace the pilotless planes the company can already build. "Technology-wise, we don't see a hurdle," he said - it's merely a matter of "perception in the traveling public" and getting the regulators' go-ahead.
The last pilot to survive flying the doomed Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX that went down in October was able to manually override the aircraft's faulty flight control system when it tipped the plane's nose down. But what if there were no pilot on board? While Airbus sees single-pilot operation as an intermediate step, its end goal is to remove humans from the equation entirely - meaning passengers have no choice but to trust the computer.

Nancy Pelosi BUTCHERS Speech At Fundraising Dinner And Even Forgets WHERE SHE IS

The destruction wrought on 911 combined with the preparation of legislation from years earlier, namely the Patriot Act, has left a lasting negative scar upon American society. Where is the missing TRILLIONS of dollars from the Pentagon gone? How long will the war in Afghanistan last for? Who has been held accountable?

These are the questions you must ask yourself Revisit those dark moments and reflect, know your history and never forget!

How does America enter war? How do they end up fighting and killing people thousands of miles away from mainland America? The war for profits is ramping up again and Iran is the next big target.

President Trump’s brain trust of retired military officers has disappeared just as tensions with Iran, Venezuela and North Korea heat up — and critics say the White House is in danger of rushing to the brink of war under a mostly civilian and increasingly hawkish leadership team.
The cadre of officers who once surrounded the president — which Mr. Trump early in his term proudly referred to as “my generals” — made its final exit Jan. 1 when retired Marine Corps Gen. James N. Mattis handed the reins of the Pentagon to Patrick M. Shanahan, a 30-year corporate executive from defence contractor Boeing. The departure followed that of White House National Security Adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster and White House Chief of Staff Gen. John F. Kelly, replaced by foreign policy firebrand John R. Bolton and former Republican lawmaker Mick Mulvaney, respectively.

(CNN)Does Jared Kushner know anything relevant to his White House role at all? Have any comprehension of the role of a public servant? See a purpose in his life other than elevating himself into ever-higher echelons of wealth and influence?
If you were going by his remarks in a recent interview with Axios, the answer would have to be no.
Kushner sputtered and spun, looking like a little boy dressed up in his father's suit, unable to give a definitive or direct answer to nearly every question asked of him. From abortion rights to Israel, Palestinians to the presidential campaign, Kushner served word salad. It was a rare and jarring look inside the mind of a cipher made suddenly and undeservedly powerful. What we saw: A whole lot of nothing.
The urgent takeaway: voters cannot squander the nation's upcoming opportunity to restore competence, stature and sanity to the White House.
Kushner's interview would have been comical if this underqualified senior adviser didn't have the ear of the leader of the free world, and didn't, absurdly, believe himself the right guy to advise on any number of matters -- including taking over the Middle East peace process.
His real qualifications? He married a Trump, and his father-in-law likes him.

It will only be a matter of time, when what is happening in Germany, and other parts of Europe begin to happen right here in America


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