Gwenyth at the head of the table – in the belly of the beast
Meet the Woman Who Stopped War Against Iran
The Story of Gwenyth Todd, Editorial Board Member, Veterans Today
Press TV’s documentary program “Untold Truths” reveals documentary film about the life and experiences of former White House Middle East policy adviser, Gwenyth Todd, who has escaped to Australia to keep safe from FBI prosecution.
This documentary speaks for itself.
Veterans Today ran a series of articles on Gwenth’s story last summer when her lawyers finally came around to understanding that if she got her story out there would no longer be a reason to kill her so she could not. This sometimes takes a little time to sink in.
By David Hodges, thecommonsenseshow
Louisiana has crept back into the news again, and again, this news is not good. It is long overdue that credit be given where credit is due with regard to the underlying conspiracy in relation to the Great Gulf Coast Holocaust. As the Gulf, once again, stands upon the precipice of disaster, it is time to begin naming names. After reading the next two articles, I believe that most readers will join me in calling for indictments and long prison sentences for the complicit officials of BP, Halliburton, Goldman Sachs and Transocean.
As I pointed out in a previous article, we now conclusively know that Methane laden oil and Corexit, resulting from the BP oil spill, permeates the entire geological structure and threatens to reap widespread devastation upon the beleaguered State and perhaps even the entire region. The methane and Corexit has even made its way into the New Madrid Fault prompting FEMA earthquake drills and the need to ship thousands of generators to Louisiana. Additionally, the ongoing health, safety of the food and the quality of the air are still seriously jeopardizing the health of Gulf Coast residents and I call for justice for this catastrophe which knows no bounds.
Appearing on CNN, former vice president Dick Cheney told Erin Burnett that Obama should have attacked Iran and destroyed the high-tech CIA spy drone the Iranians brought down.
“The right response to that would have been to go in immediately after it had gone down and destroy it. You can do that from the air. You can do that with a quick airstrike, and in effect make it impossible for them to benefit from having captured that drone,” Cheney says at the 4:00 minute mark in the video below.
Can you imagine a scenario where a Chinese drone is brought down over North Dakota by the U.S. military and the Chinese send in a strike force to destroy it and in the process kill U.S. military personnel in possession of the drone?
It would correctly be viewed as an act of war.
December 14, 2011