Published on Aug 30, 2013
Given that the pretext for attacking Syria is falling apart before the public's eyes, why is the US preparing to wage war on that country? Who benefits from the ongoing destabilization of Assad's government? What will the Middle East look like if the Sunnis take over Syria? What is Israel's role in this? What do Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia have to gain from a war in Syria? And what does Bandar Bush have to do with all of this? Join us today on The Corbett Report as we discuss these and other pressing issues as the world stands on the brink of yet another US-led Middle Eastern military adventure.
Published on Sep 6, 2013
SHOW NOTES AND MP3: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7944
As we approach the 12th anniversary of 9/11, it is time for 9/11 truth to mature as a movement before it stagnates into insignificance. Either the movement will live up to its potential by naming names and identifying suspects in the crime, or it will become another JFK assassination investigation, doomed to spend half a century fighting pointless territorial battles while the real perpetrators walk free. Join us for this 9/11 anniversary edition of The Corbett Report as we ask the question and demand an answer: Who was really behind the attacks?
Published on Sep 3, 2013
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TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7921
It has long been acknowledged that the Saudis have been one of the key players funding, arming, training and smuggling terrorists into Syria during the conflict. A February 2012 report from the BBC alleged that Saudi Arabia was one of the key states bankrolling the Syrian jihadis. An October 2012 follow-up confirmed Saudi weapons were being used by the so-called rebels. In February of this year, the Saudi ambassador to Jordan, Fahad bin Abdul Mohsen al-Zaid, admitted that Saudis were involved in arming and training terrorist groups in Syria. But the Saudi connection to the fighting in Syria took on a new dimension in the wake of last month's chemical attack on Ghouta. The Saudis are now being blamed for supplying the chemical weapons that the rebels used in the attack. In one key report, veteran AP correspondent Dale Gavlak and on-the-ground reporter Yahyah Ababneh interviewed rebels in Ghouta who alleged that the weapons had been supplied by Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the Saudi intelligence chief.
Published on Sep 10, 2013
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TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7970
Preserve the crime scene. Follow the money trail. Establish the motive. Look for those with the means to pull off the crime. Any criminal investigator will tell you that these are the most basic principles of any investigation. But none of them were followed on 9/11. Of course, there was no serious criminal investigation. No attempt to preserve the evidence or establish the means, motive or opportunity. No inclination to follow the money. The 9/11 commission itself concluded that the funding of the attacks were of "little practical significance." From the very first moments after the attack, the fix was in.
Find out more about the research and researchers attempting to identify and investigate the real suspects of the crime of 9/11, and how the exposure of these individuals and corporations could help us to reach 9/11 justice in this edition of The Eyeopener from BoilingFrogsPost.com
Published on Sep 11, 2013
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=7980
James Corbett of The Corbett Report takes the viewer on a whirlwind tour of false flag history, from the Gleiwitz incident and the Lavon affair to Operation Northwoods and 9/11.
9/11+12, Putin's Op Ed, Kenyan Water - New World Next Week
Published on Sep 12, 2013
Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com -- the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important
developments in open source intelligence news. This week:
Story #1: New Poll Finds Most Americans Open to Alternative 9/11 Theories
Sept. 11 'Truthers' Mark Anniversary
Nile Bowie on RT: Has Questioning 9/11 Become More Acceptable?
AT&T Makes Controversial Connection To 9/11 Anniversary
Boston Airport Apologizes For Fire Drill With Smoke And Flames On September 11
Never Forget: September 11 Is Assad's Birthday
Story #2: Putin Pens Op Ed - A Plea for Caution From Russia
The Onion Pens Op Ed - So, What's It Going To Be? By Bashar al-Assad
Story #3: Large Water Reserve In Kenya Discovered
Huge Aquifers Are Discovered in North Kenya
Questions For Corbett #009
In this edition of the ongoing Questions For Corbett podcast series, James answers your questions on Syria, anarchy, gold reserves, Noam Chomsky, prosecuting 9/11 criminals and more.
Published on Sep 17, 2013
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=8016
By any reasonable standard, the US-led NATO-powered invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, now entering its 13th year, has been an unmitigated failure. Of course, NATO does not measure the outcome of its mission by reasonable standards. They have their own entirely different yardstick by which they gauge their operations, and by that standard, the Afghan war has been an unqualified success.
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