Saturday, July 7

Only One Democrat Prez Hopeful Dangerous for Dumbed Down Minds

Three months after the New York Times published in June 1971 The Pentagon Papers leaked by Defense Department whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, Democrat Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska quoted English novelist H.G. Well in the introduction to Gravel's released version of the classified documents:

The true strength of rulers and empires lies not in armies or emotions, but in the belief of men that they are inflexibly open and truthful and legal. As soon as a government departs from that standard, it ceases to be anything more than “the gang in possession,” and its days are numbered.

Now a 2008 Democrat presidential candidate, Gravel, like his GOP populist counterpart Ron Paul, is espousing ideas problematic to the plans of American globalists--those members in Rockefeller family-sponsored groups like the Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission--seeking a continued "trickle up" corporate welfare program and an European version of a North American Union.

That's why the corporate media--CNN, Fox News Network, Houston Chronicle--are eager to muzzle the message Gravel (and Paul) raise during presidential debates.

In the short clip below, Gravel reveals some officially camouflaged truths essential to continuance of the wars in Vietnam and Iraq to a representative of Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth. The senator says Democrat leadership inthe 110th Congress, empowered last November on an anti-Iraq War platform, have dragged their feet in keeping their campaign promise of ending U.S. occupation of Iraq.




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