by Scott Creighton
If you go watch the short film, you will see that the film-maker backs up the young man’s claims with clips of cited MSM news reports lifted from CNN and the New York Times, as well as others.
But that isn’t why I call your attention to this piece.
At around 1:20 in the video, Dana skillfully disregards this young man’s query by suggesting he is simply being taken in by “spin” and then at around 2:40, she definitively states that he should remember that the country hasn’t been attacked since 9/11 and the no-one has died since as a result of “terrorism”. Perino’s obvious lie is becoming common knowledge in America.
If you read “Violent Islamist Extremism, The Internet, and the Homegrown Terrorist Threat: a report by The U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs” (that’s right HR 1955 is alive and well and operating, quietly, as we speak (headed by none other than Joe Lieberman, no less)), you will see that they too seem to have misplaced a little information on the track record of this current administration when they list three (now discredited) “homegrown terrorist “plots and plans” as reasons that we must remain vigilant and even step up the efforts to thwart “the extremists”.
What was Perinos and the Committees obvious lie?
“The 2001 anthrax attacks in the United States, also known as Amerithrax from its FBI case name, occurred over the course of several weeks beginning on September 18, 2001. Letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and two Democratic U.S. Senators, killing five people and infecting 17 others. The crime remains unsolved.” From Wiki, here.
Now why is it that Perino wouldn’t consider this “an attack”, or that the Committee wouldn’t think to list it as a case of “homegrown terrorism”?
By definition terrorism is inflicting harm or the threat of harm onto a population to affect change either socially, politically, of economically through the use of fear. All the targets of these attacks were of one political party or media members that seemed, at the time, to support them. So, it would seem that the perpetrator of the attacks had a political goal in mind.
The Patriot Act was on the table and waiting to be voted on. It was shuffled in just days after 9/11 and had been written well before any planes hit their targets. Perhaps they don’t mention this terrorist attack because of this reason. It seems a little fishy, now doesn’t it?
or maybe they don’t mention it because of this:
“‘The DNA sequence of the anthrax sent through the US mail in 2001 has been revealed and confirms suspicions that the bacteria originally came from a US military laboratory.
The new work also shows that substantial genetic differences can emerge in two samples of an anthrax culture separated for only three years. This means the attacker’s anthrax was not separated from its ancestors at USAMRIID for many generations.‘ ” Wiki.
I am sure there are many reasons why Dana lies with impunity. That doesn’t surprise me. But what does surprise me is that if you read the letter written to Dana by one of the producers on the 9/11 Blogger site, you will see that he agrees with her (and thanks God) that there haven’t been any attacks since 9/11.
“It is true, we have not been attacked since September 11th, 2001, and thank God for that.”
No, young man, that isn’t true.
This case, as yet unsolved, is being placed in the WTC7 file labeled “unmentionable”. And now, even the critics and those that question the events of that day, are starting to forget the course of events as they actually played out.
And that is exactly what Perino’s bosses want. No discussion of the more delicate facts of what happened to bring us to this totalitarian state.
And as you can plainly see, it’s working.
If you run a site, or blog regularly at one, please feel free to put this up, or just do your own article on the the anthrax attacks of 2001 and the suspicious collapse of building 7. We cannot let this dishonest administration continue to redefine history any longer.
Nothing good will come of it. Of that I am sure.