Friday, September 12, 2014

Gordon Duff on nuclear 9/11 & truth movement strategy

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Is Gordon Duff the most dangerous man in America? Members of a certain crime cabal may think so. Senior Editor at Veterans Today, Gordon has put together a mostly ex-military ex-intel team of neocon-busters dedicated to undoing the 9/11 coup d'état and going after the world's biggest crime families. Hey, it's a dirty job, but someone's gotta do it.

Last week's scheduled interview with Gordon was torpedoed when my computer suddenly went down. (Then came back to life for no reason the next morning.) Funny how stuff like that always happens during the week-long run-up to the 9/11 anniversary. Remember when they grabbed William Rodriguez to stop his heavy pre-anniversary interview schedule? and when they hacked google and youtube to stop the RT video 9/11 and Operation Gladio from going viral?

So this week we're giving Gordon the full two hours to make his case...and hoping my computer holds up. Are many of the "terrorist attacks" of the past two decades inside jobs that employed mini-nukes? Is the 9/11 truth movement infiltrated? What's the best strategy for nailing the 9/11 perps?

Tune in and find out!

8 comments:

  1. Just finished listening to your latest podcast interview (http://noliesradio.org/archives/88458) with Gordon Duff. He waffles so much, incoherently, shifting his sentences and train of thought and actually gives very little information in the end, although I can understand why you would have him on.

    "You can judge a tree by it's fruits" as Jesus said and I'm wondering if he's actually an agent provocateur as well as an argumentative/nasty/crazy person? He called Iranians "a bunch of morons" and Bolyn and Gage "nerds"!

    I'm a regular listener of your work on NoLiesRadio. I think you're funny, interesting, extremely knowledgeable and very articulate and I can empathise with the delicate situation you're in, working hard to push the truth and also dealing with sometimes useful but perhaps less than savoury characters in the movement! It musn't be easy and I just wanted to express my support to you. Alhamdulillah!

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  2. I suspect the undeniably brilliant Gordon has a touch of PTSD-ADD as well as a worldview warped by his experiences in the Post Office. But he's a great radio guest, and right more often than you might think.

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  3. I think you should be careful about this guy. He talks a lot but says pretty well nothing -specific- about anything. For a writer/editor, he sure seems to exhibit an astonishing lack of concentration and focus when he talks.

    "Controlled opposition" -his own words- is what I think he is.

    Did you notice that when your caller tried to talk, Duff was continually interrupting, interjecting and interfering? What was that about? How could Duff even begin to interject when he still had no idea what the caller was going to talk about? This is a "Jewish" tactic: don't let the other guy talk if you suspect that he might reveal something that's true.

    So, after the caller was finished, did we have any idea what he might have been calling about? I sure didn't!

    Of course, we know that his claims of mini-nukes are utterly unsubstantiated. There's no proof of their existence or even technical information on how they work. A "neutron" bomb? Wow. Sounds exciting. But what is it? It's just a conventional nuclear reaction with reflectors to let most of the fast neutrons escape from the device, resulting in a slightly "fizzled" explosion. Now how do fast neutrons somehow manage to pulverize metals? They don't. Over a long time, sure .. they'll brittilize steel ... but they certainly don't pulverize metals or ... reactor vessels would be impossible.

    But that's Duff (and Fetzer) for you. No explanation on HOW these things are supposed to work.

    I trust absolutely nothing that Duff says.

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  4. They had to posit vast quantities of an extraordinarily expensive form of thermite, still not particularly efficacious, to match their findings. Thermite is made of the same things skyscrapers are - iron, aluminum, oxygen (mostly in the air), and because they also found sulfur (from sheetrock), called it "thermate". Vaporize a skyscraper, and what do you get? Nano iron, iron oxides, alumina, and some sulfur compounds. Davy Crockett is king of the NYC frontier. (Why did Professor Jones not examine potential residues from that, or, if he did, not publish his findings? His scanning electron x-ray fluorescence microscope could easily have made quite a start on that. Or was its beam energy not high enough?)

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  5. Duff is right about Alex Jones the Zionist sleeper agent. Check this out.

    Infowars Characterizes Pro-Palestinians Anti-Israelis as Terrorists
    By Martin Hill
    LibertyFight.com
    September 16, 2014

    http://libertyfight.com/2014/infowars_characterizes_pro-Palestinian_anti-Israelis_as_terrorists.html

    Infowars.com ran a dramatic, front-page story yesterday titled "FEDS FIND 9/11 TERROR MESSAGE ON BORDER FENCE". They linked to a Breitbart story, whose actual headline didn't contain the phrase "terror message" at all, but rather stated "Exclusive: Feds Find Anti-Israel and Pro-Palestine 9/11 Message to America on Border Fence."
    It appears Infowars got their headline from Zionist website worldnetdaily.com. Drudge also ran the Breitbart story but used the WND "terror message" headline as well. Infowars own readers in the comment section appeared fed-up with Jones characterization of anti-Zionists as terrorists, as well as with Jones' bizarre capitulation to the "al qaeda did 9/11" crowd.

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  6. Well after your show with Duff, I'm more confused than normal, now the nanothermite, there is no such a thing, that Prof Jones talked about and I'm supposed to believe all he is saying, and his job is being a consultant to many Governments, how much of what he is telling you is true and how much isn't, now to quote Peter Dale Scott, "to be a good misinformation agent you have to put out 90% truth"

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  7. _ To Kevin : May Allah (swt) make your feet firm as you walk the uphill path of truth-seeking and the uphill path of trials and tribulations.

    _ About Gordon Duff :

    "About thirty percent of what is on Veterans Today is patently false. About forty percent of what I write is at least purposely partially false, because if I didn't write false information, I wouldn't be alive. I simply have to do that." - Gordon Duff

    (sources :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZufw3G931Q ; Mike Harris’ Oct 12/2012 radio show called ‘Short End of the Stick’. His guest for the entire show was Gordon Duf)

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  8. Was VT wedded, until quite recently, to what one might call a "nuclear theory of 9/11"?

    PC Roberts may seem "behind the curve" about 9/11, as regards the nukes. But he may also be correct, about how much evil most Americans can handle without disintegrating psychologically. Are not our veterans a cautionary tale?

    What will PC Roberts do, if VT's revelations about the nukes gain traction? Since he's publicly demanded the trial and execution of Russian traitors, I suppose only the mode of execution might differ for American ones.

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