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The truth at any cost lowers all other costs — curated by former US spy Robert David Steele.
The following is a condensed version of the very excellent information contained on jimstonefreelance.com based on official records and evidence which cannot be silenced. The fact that even a large proportion of the truth movement has shunned this report proves how deep the conspiracy goes.
1. Photographs of Fukushima show Reactor 3 is completely missing, which means the press and anyone who has claimed anything about pressures, temperatures, containment, etc., at reactor 3 after March 14 is lying. Pictures of the destroyed facility of the vanished reactor prove that there was no actual quake damage to Japan and the original Japanese seismic charts prove there was no 9.0. The linked public records prove that the very real tsunami which destroyed everything in it's path could not have been natural.
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Author works on new 9/11 book, winds up dead in the desert
Open Salon, 27 February 2013
The author of a recent book that questions the official story of 9/11 was found dead earlier this month–along with his teen-age son and daughter and the family dog–at their home in the desert community of Murphys, California.
Authorities concluded that Phillip Marshall and the other victims died on February 2 from a murder-suicide. But a prominent investigative journalist recently visited Calaveras County, spoke to many of Marshall's neighbors and friends, and found powerful reasons to doubt the official finding.
Marshall published The Big Bamboozle: 9/11 and the War on Terror in 2012. But Wayne Madsen, based in Washington, D.C., reports that Marshall was working on a new 9/11 book that might have contributed to his death.
Madsen's full three-part series is available via subscription at Wayne Madsen Reports (WMR). We have received permission to quote from the report. At a post titled “A Black Ops Hit Made to Appear as a Suicide,” Madsen writes:
Philip Marshall, the retired United Airlines pilot, 9/11 analysis author, and one-time Iran-contra era associate of CIA/DEA informant Barry Seal, did not shoot his two teen-age children and himself. That is the conclusion of everyone who knew Marshall after he moved to the Sierra Nevadas community of Murphys ten years ago after he sold his home in Santa Barbara. Friends said Marshall was looking for more seclusion.
Marshall, who believed that the Bush family, allied with Saudi and neo-conservative interests, pulled off the 9/11 attack to engineer a government coup d'etat, was working on a fourth book that promised to reveal some new blockbuster information.
The Santa Barbara View apparently was first to raise questions about Marshall's death. From a February 6 piece titled “Phillip Marshal Wrote About Conspiracies; Was He the Victim of One?”
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Reports Sights France and Turkey In An Assassination Plot On Assad
A Lebanese news website says it has obtained a documentary movie revealing a plot hatched by French and Turkish spy agencies to assassinate Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Lebanese Asianews website says the movie, which has been produced by the well-known Syrian media activist Khedar Awarake, shows confessions by those who were on a joint mission to kill top Syrian officials.
According to the report, Syrian security organizations have recently defused assassination attempts by Turkey and France’s intelligence agencies on the lives of Assad and Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem.
The report added that Turkish and French spy agencies have set up a joint operation room aimed at accomplishing the assassination mission. It added that their mission had overlapped with operations of security services of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the US on many times.
The report said that they also had tried to recruit high-ranking officials in Syrian governmental offices, including the office of Muallem and the presidential palace in Damascus.
Syria accuses Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey as well as some Western countries of fanning the flames of violence that have erupted in the country since March 2011.
The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.