Much of this material has done the rounds already and I ran a post on Andrea Davison too but as he points out, while other stories have been debated worldwide, Andrea Davison has not. Assange, Harry, Fifty Shades – these occupy people’s minds but not Andrea Davison.
No, it’s only us, the bloggers, people like IPJ, with a few thousand reading plus the minions of the authorities keeping an eye on us who are circulating these things. So why aren’t we hiding in the Ecuadorian Embassy as well?
It might be a blow to us but we’re not getting to enough people. If we did, we would be shut down on a technicality tomorrow. Plus we don’t actually have the good oil ourselves – we just ferret it out. Plus we can safely be dismissed in their eyes as rabid bloggers, eccentrics.
Yet that’s why the blogosphere is such a valuable thing. While major events blast us every few days and the MSM takes its avidly-read line, we pick around in the rubble and the ashes and it’s interesting what occasionally pops up, is it not? And we might wonder why the MSM were not capable of finding those as well.
And if I were a guilty, psychopathic politician who’d been party to certain things, I might be a bit uneasy about the sphere, despite assertions to the contrary. It takes but a Twitter spark. Nice political career there, guv. Shame if anything were to happen to it …
And surely the things in Andrea Davison’s possession – he lists many of these – would be of interest to the public, e.g.:
* Correspondence from Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Gerald Kaufman, Lord Douglas Hoyle, Lew Smith, Stan Crowther covering several years mostly about Arms to Iraq and Yugoslavia plus correspondence with Tony Blair about Child abuse in Children’s Homes in North Wales and Cheshire.
* Documents concerning a nuclear warhead and group discussion with Peter Hain, Pete Sawyer, David Lowrey and Peter Hains researcher Isabell.
* Documents on Jonathan Aitken including letters from Customs about Jonathan Aitken.
* Computer discs several boxes all about arms to Iraq and the war in Yugoslavia and the IRA.
* Letters from Tony Blair when he was shadow Home Secretary
* Letters from Kenneth Clarke and others
* Evidence concerning Police Officers, Judiciary, MP’s and Government Ministers involved
So he asks a legitimate question, methinks, about whom the police were actually preparing to quietly arrest on the side when they supposedly stormed the Embassy. And would the Ecuadorian President be interested in these? For blackmail purposes, yes.
Exhibit 2: Brandon Raub
Just going back to Zero Hedge for now:
Former marine Brandon Raub was carted off by the Feds and locked in a psychiatric ward for his Facebook posts questioning the government’s version of 9/11.
Raub isn’t the first person who has suffered this fate. Claire Swinney was also held in a psychiatric ward and called “delusional” for claiming government liability for 9/11. Others have been committed for the same reason over the last decade.
Surely the Feds are right … that kind of talk is crazy, right?
Wrong. There is cogent evidence that certain things were not right on that day and the most compelling were at WTC7. Even if you argue against all of that on the officially spoonfed evidence, you cannot argue against NIST caught in a lie on tape. That lie alone is an eye-opener. The weight in this is very much in favour of an enquiry.
Then, when you get someone being psychoanalysed for a supported viewpoint, that’s Nurse Ratched stuff. That is left field. And as for this:
What Do Mental Health Professionals Say About Those Who Question 9/11?
… is that a serious question? Quite apart from being seriously insulting, just the framing of it is deeply worrying. For those so vehemently stuck in their deluded state that they think everything on 911 was just dandy, then imagine what these same PTB say that about you not believing in their man-made global warming.
And please don’t say they’re different cases – that there is science agin GW … because there is also science agin the govt’s version of WTC7. At least sufficient doubt for an enquiry, not that that will achieve anything – see David Kelly.
Exhibit 3: Sunny Sheu
Meanwhile, we have the Sunny Sheu issue:
What would the public’s reaction be if the police department in question was the largest and most powerful in the nation, the New York Police Department (NYPD)?
What if the murder was not an impulsive act by an unstable misfit, but apparently a premeditated assassination?
What if the police not only failed to investigate, but were directly implicated in the crime and proven to have covered it up in collusion with the FBI, the New York State judiciary, and others?
What if the victim had made a video weeks before his death, exposing the corruption he had uncovered, predicting his death and naming the people he believed would kill him?
What if the medical examiner (ME) officially ruled the cause of death “blunt force trauma to the head with skull fractures and brain injuries” and the NYPD continued to maintain that the victim died of “natural causes” with “no head trauma“?
In other words, what if the entire structure of governmental institutions, which exist to ensure our security, colluded to protect the killer through negligence and outright criminality?
That is precisely what appears to have happened in the case of Sun Ming “Sunny” Sheu, an anti-corruption whistleblower who was bludgeoned to death on July 26, 2010.
Either it’s getting worse or they’re coming out into the open now to test the waters and that’s even more worrying, as the things we worry about might be nigh. Or are we just needlessly worrying and all is fine and dandy out there?
How should we characterize it? Well, one of those links led to an article headed “benign psychopathy”. Benign in that they’re doing it all for our own good and psychopathy up top? You be the judge.