Senate Bill S. 1471 Seeks Release Of 28 Pages.

by Jerry Alatalo

United States Senators Rand Paul of Kentucky, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, and Ron Wyden of Oregon are co-sponsors of S. 1471, a bill calling for President Barack Obama to release the 28 pages pointing toward Saudi Arabian financing of 9/11 – classified by the George W. Bush administration, and kept out of the 9/11 Commission Report.

Some six months ago, Congressmen Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts, Walter Jones of North Carolina, Thomas Massie of Kentucky and others sponsored a bill calling for the same: release/declassification of the 28 pages. In the following video from June 2 during a press conference on S. 1471, Stephen Lynch called the continuing classified status of the documents “appalling and a disgrace”. Thomas Massie revealed the absolutely astounding fact that – many months after the bill to declassify became presented before Congress – most of our colleagues in the House have not read them.”

It is truly unbelievable that United States elected representatives, while those 28 pages have been fully available for their study for years, have not taken the time to read them. One could go off on a very lengthy rant about members of the United States Congress not reading these documents, but the fact that most haven’t taken the time to inform themselves fully on the major historical event of the 21st century is baffling and disturbing beyond comprehension.

Contact your family, friends, local/state/national representatives, media, email contacts, co-workers, etc. and tell them to support/act to bring about passage of Senate Bill S. 1471. Surviving family members of those who perished on 9/11 and the American people have the right to learn the truth.

Congressman Massie said that President Barack Obama could release the 28 pages “tonight or tomorrow” with the simple stroke of a pen. Fourteen years of waiting for that vital truth to become revealed is long enough.

For more information, visit: 28pages.org

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Scott Bennett: A Profoundly Troubling Interview.

by Jerry Alatalo

EaglesAlphabet In what can only be described as an explosive interview of former Army psychological operations officer Scott Bennett by James Fetzer, one learns that years ago (2013) Mr. Bennett contacted between 150-200 U.S. Congressmen and Senators as a whistleblower on secret Swiss bank accounts funneling money to al Qaeda and ISIS. According to Scott Bennett, Senator Rand Paul was the only elected representative to respond, and that all the others should rightly be removed from office and charged with treason.

As any man or woman who has listened to an extensive number of interviews on the internet/alternative and mainstream media understands, at a certain point one acquires an intuitive sense for discerning whether someone is lying or telling the truth. Given what Scott Bennett and James Fetzer cover in the following 1-hour, 45-minute discussion one comes to hope – because the message is so disturbing – that what they’ve conveyed isn’t the truth; what the men were saying doesn’t align with reality. Unfortunately, intuition says the two men are speaking the most alarming, unsettling, inconvenient kind of truth possible.

“We (America) are Frankenstein with leprosy, freshly lobotomized, in the eyes of the world” says Mr. Bennett, referring to US foreign policy of endless wars and violence around the planet exhausting the nation’s resources and reputation in an unwise, deceptive effort at hegemonic control. As a terrorism financing specialist Mr. Bennett contacted members of Congress with information of extreme importance regarding Gulf monarchies’ financing of ISIS through banks in Switzerland, the need for a thorough investigation, his desire to become debriefed on what he’d discovered – and became essentially ignored.

He calls it the biggest act of treason since the Iran-Contra scandal during the Reagan administration, then strongly suggests to Americans that if they want peace an “audacious” public relations campaign based on righteousness and protection of the constitution is urgent and necessary. He provides an example of the type of audacity he’s talking about: include statements in communications to media, fellow citizens, and local, state, national government officials along the lines of “politicians responsible for false flags and inaction over extreme corruption should suffer death, be executed, by firing squad”.  He wants men and women who are passionate about and love America to “put their money where their mouth is” – engage – or else “you don’t deserve the freedom and liberty your ancestors died for”.

Scott Bennett went to work for Dov Zakheim, Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton and former Comptroller of the Pentagon, on the order of Colonel Jeff Jones – a man highly offended by lies and manipulation on 9/11, and who knew the character of Mr. Bennett would not allow him to ignore illegal activity or deception of the public. Jones’ instincts were correct, and Bennett “blew up the system” to the point where he was criminally charged for filling out a housing document improperly, fired by Zakheim, and sent to prison. Ironically, Bennett’s imprisonment resulted in his meeting another inmate – Swiss bank UBS whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld – who shared his knowledge of accounts directly connected to funding terrorism. Meeting Birkenfeld in prison “completed my mission”, says Scott Bennett.

The discussion also touches on, if proven true, extremely damaging facts on presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s record while Secretary of State, including millions of dollars in contributions to the Clinton Foundation pointing to deep political corruption.

Scott Bennett is most saddened and disappointed with military officers who’ve betrayed the low-level soldiers who look for protection and wise leadership from those in command. He says he “could feel the blood on my hands if I failed in my mission”. Scott Bennett might well be remembered by future generations as the most important whistleblower in United States history up until the year 2015, surpassing Daniel Ellsberg, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and all the rest. Now, the question becomes: Will courageous American men and women leaders in the military, government, and intelligence community – and average citizens – come forward professionally, legally and constitutionally to resolve extremely worrisome problems generating illegal wars, profound damage to the nation’s reputation internationally, massive misuse of resources, and great harm to fundamental democratic principles?

Scott Bennett, for one, is ready to fight the good fight: “I will go toe-to-toe, head-to-head against anybody on planet Earth and present this argument – and win”. The summer of 2015 will be one for the ages.

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(Thank you to Media Broadcasting Center Official Channel at YouTube)