The Hearst Conspiracy
- From: Gefio Norse <gefionorse@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 11:22:15 -0800 (PST)
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I have baby 5-months-old, very handsome.
But enough about myself
My friend laparanoia has tried to post what you can read below and
nothing has appeared after wards.
Because he has been banned. Why? He has made cross-posting, but he has
crossposted the TRUTH.
What's wrong with you people, can not see that the Planet Earth is
going to be destroyed because the greed of a few inconsiderate and not
intelligent ones that are ruling the US and by extension the World ???
Are you a Nation of Sheep and mindles parrots?
Do something and do it NOW for Humanity sake ¡¡¡
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because someone has broken into his computer and now I can not even
reach him by e-mail or by phone.
Come for me now if you want, I don't care, there are no futures for
I live in Berlin and I have many friends that we'll be delighted to
meet you, see if you are so brave.
Here is the post that the EVIL idiots don't want you to read:
n 1897, prior to the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine, Frederic Remington,
an artist hired by William Randolph Hearst, publisher of the New York
Journal, went to Cuba with noted writer Richard Harding Davis to
provide illustrations to accompany a series of articles on the
Arriving in Havana in January of 1897, Remington soon became bored
with seemingly peaceful Cuba and wired Hearst:
"Everything is quiet. There is no trouble. There will be no war. I
wish to return."
Hearst's reply is alleged to have been:
"Please remain. You furnish the pictures and I'll furnish the
On 24 January, President McKinley sent the second class battleship
U.S.S. Maine from Key West to Havana, after clearing the visit with a
reluctant government in Madrid. The battleship arrived on 25 January.
Spanish authorities in Havana were wary of American intentions, but
they afforded Captain Charles Sigsbee and the officers of Maine every
At 9:40 on the evening of 15 February, a terrible explosion on board
Maine shattered the stillness in Havana Harbor. Most of Maine's crew
were sleeping or resting in the enlisted quarters in the forward part
of the ship when the explosion occurred. Two hundred and sixty-six men
lost their lives as a result of the disaster.
Spanish officials and the crew of the civilian steamer City of
Washington acted quickly in rescuing survivors and caring for the
wounded. The attitude and actions of the former allayed initial
suspicions that hostile action caused the explosion, and led Sigsbee
to include at the bottom of his initial telegram: "Public opinion
should be suspended until further report."
But that recommendation obviously didn't apply to Hearst's New York
Journal. Stories of Cuban virtue and Spanish brutality soon dominated
his front page.
The explosion was attributed by Spanish scientists, to an internal and
accidental explosion; but an American Naval inquiry concluded that it
was caused by submarine mine.
Throughout the spring of 1898 Spain negotiated to prevent war to no
avail. On April 25 President William McKinley declared war with Spain.
Having clamored for a fight for two years, Hearst took credit for the
conflict when it came. A week after the United States declared war on
Spain, he ran "How do you like the Journal's war?" on his front page.
Ernest L. Meyer did later define Hearst's character quite accurately:
"Mr. Hearst in his long and not laudable career has inflamed
Americans against Spaniards, Americans against Japanese, Americans
against Filipinos, Americans against Russians, and in the pursuit of
his incendiary campaign he has printed downright lies, forged
documents, faked atrocity stories, inflammatory editorials,
sensational cartoons and photographs and other devices by which he
abetted his jingoistic ends."
Hearst will also be remembered in History for advocating the
assassination of President McKinley in an editorial just months before
the President was actually killed.
The Spanish-American War, in any case, represented a "splendid little
war" according to Secretary of State John Hay. Only 109 days after the
outbreak of war, the Treaty of Paris, which ended the conflict, gave
the United States ownership of the former Spanish colonies of Puerto
Rico, the Philippines and Guam.
The war did also mark American entry into world affairs and over the
course of the next century, the United States had a large hand in
various conflicts around the world.
The Panic of 1893 was over by this point, and the United States
entered a lengthy and prosperous period of high economic growth,
population growth, and technological innovation which lasted through
To be fair it wasn't neither the first time nor would be the last time
that the US or many other countries around the World used Government
sponsored terrorism upon their own countrymen to get their public
opinion to agree with their military plans.
The Reichstag fire was a pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi
General Franz Halder stated in an affidavit that Hermann Goering had
joked about setting the fire:
"On the occasion of a lunch on the Führer's birthday in 1942, the
people around the Führer turned the conversation to the Reichstag
building and its artistic value. I heard with my own ears how Göring
broke into the conversation and shouted: 'The only one who really
knows about the Reichstag building is I, for I set fire to it."
And there's proof that at least some of the Moscow bombings attributed
to Chechenians were in fact organized by the FSB, the Russian domestic
intelligence service, the successor of KGB.
The FSB were caught by local police and citizens in the city of Ryazan
planting a bomb with a detonator in the basement of an apartment
building on the night of September 22, 1999.
Let alone 9/11.
You only have to look at the Twin Towers being knocked down. It is a
There were Means, Motive, and Opportunity.
Vice President Richard Cheney was not only a planner in the attacks,
but also on the day of the attacks he was running a completely
separate Command, Control and Communications system which was
superseding any orders being issued by the FAA, the Pentagon, or the
White House Situation Room.
Marvin P. Bush, the president's younger brother, was on the board of
directors of the company providing electronic security for the World
Trade Center, Dulles International Airport and United Airlines.
A number of suspicious security operations took place in the days
leading up to September 11, including the lifting of a high-security
alert despite heavy warnings at the complex. Furthermore, bomb-
sniffing dogs were removed on September 6th and a
power-down took place the weekend before 9/11 (September 8 and 9) in
the South Tower (WTC 2). Reportedly, the power-down affected a large
number of security cameras and door locks throughout the complex while
a number of "engineers" went back and forth between the towers.
Firemen, Police and reporters heard the explosions and they have even
been recorded on audio and video.
There's only one reputable publication in the whole of the US today
that dares to defend the ridiculous theory put forward by the Bush
Administration and that is Popular Mechanics.
And guess who owns Popular Mechanics? Hearst Corporation.
OK, so they did it. It was an inside job. One of many in History
inflicted by Governments on their own folk in order to get a reaction
that will back up their military plans.
So what? Some people died, but surely they took into account that it
will benefit more people than it actually harmed, some difficult
decision that those privileged minds had to make at some point in
order to preserve the American Way of Life, which happens to be the
Right Way of Life.
Same kind of dilemma, like the one that the crew of the Enola Gay were
put through when asked to drop a bomb that was to kill more than
100.000 people, by pointing out that "it was done to save more lives
than if the war with Japan had continued on", or at least that's what
they say in the movie, so it must be true.
What's the big deal?
Well, the big deal, or rather the global deal, is that by letting
those privileged minds of the Bush Administration get away with that
blatant act of terrorism, that was preceded by a blatant election rip-
off and a subsequent blatantly illegal and unjust invasion of Iraq,
the World veered away from the Kyoto agreements that had been endorsed
by the Clinton Administration and instead, resources were wasted in a
war whose only objective was to loot the petrol out of one of the
biggest world providers, so we can keep on polluting even more and
aggravate global warming in an irreversible manner.
What all this means is that those "privileged minds" are not so smart
after all, because when the effects of global warming start to get
real nasty, we ALL be affected, even them, dumb asses who regarded
themselves as more intelligent that everyone in the scientific
community and instead of paying attention chose to conveniently ignore
their warnings in order to fill their pockets with the excuse that in
the end, it'd be a positive action for everybody (except the
inevitable and not so important victims involved in these kind of
megalomaniac schemes, that is).
Something went terribly wrong when Al Gore (who happened to be the man
that has got more votes in the History of the USA, ever) let that
election be stolen away from him.
And now it's too late. I am totally convinced that we're far beyond
the Point of No Return.
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