This is our two hour radio show about the Gulf and some of the deeper issues that surround the Gulf movement.
This is the text of my little statement:
Dr.King talked often of the responsibility we have to speak out. He said, “There comes a time where silence is betrayal.” He said in the end it would be the silence of friends he remembered and that by not speaking out against evil, you support it.
I didn’t begin speaking out years ago to make friends. I saw a problem and tried to do my part to fix it. It’s hard being a true grassroots activist. It takes money, time, and heart and many times it can seem as if you made no real difference.
When you first start out you think you are going to change the world, many give up when they realize they can’t even get friends and family to pay attention to their cause. Many more give up when they realize they are targets for hate even when their cause is so obviously just.
The point of this show is to point out some problems and offer some solutions. If you choose not to listen, that is up to you. I don’t want or need fans and I don’t care what you think about me.
I am not part of any group, I’m not asking you for money, and I’m not going to waste time trying to fight Rockefeller funded activists. I’m not going to be involved with any of these people or groups anymore.
They had the chance to research and chose not to bother. No one can argue the support I have given them up until now. I cannot ignore what I know or compromise years of work against these bastards just because some Gulf friend won’t bother to look at what movement they are really pushing.
You are a free person and you can support whatever you want. I have only publicly spoken out when I felt it was important, other than that, I have stayed behind the scenes trying to help other leaders. They know I am real and they know I have been there for them. While we have achieved minor victories, the cause is a mess and in danger of being used to promote the agenda of our enemies.
Many Gulf activists won’t talk about or research other movements and causes, but get mad when people ignore the Gulf.
Ask yourself this, why should people care about the Gulf if we don’t care about their problems? Why should they pay attention to your cause, if you ignore theirs? There are many problems bigger than the Gulf and many causes that are fighting the same battle we are.
I was very disappointed to see how many Gulf “activists” who have seen how corrupt the EPA really is, that failed to speak out about
I have to talk about other movements and the experiences I’ve had and things I’ve learned to make my points about the Gulf movement. Some things you may want to look up later, so you might want to get a pen & paper and then you can research these subjects for yourself. I don’t ask you to take my word for any of this, do your own research.
I need to establish a little about me and where I am coming from. I was born and raised in Gulf Breeze, Fl. It’s a beautiful peninsula in between
It never occurred to me I would ever be afraid to go swimming there, but I don’t feel I took it for granted other than that. I love my home. Even growing up there, it is too beautiful to ignore. Many times, I would come home from work across the bay bridge from Pensacola and Gulf Breeze and see the sun sparkling on the water and realize how lucky I was to call that my home.
I don’t think anyone can cross the bridge into Destin without pausing to reflect on the beauty that surrounds them. It is a very special place.
I started a little Boycott BP Facebook page a little over a week after the rig blew just to vent and try to get some people in my town to pay attention. By the time Facebook shut it down the day of the rally for the Gulf in DC last year, I had 20,000 people.
I will put my stupid FB page and the sheer volume of information my friends and I provided, up against any media or internet site in the world in that first couple months. NO ONE covered the Gulf as intensely as I did. I just knew they were lying, so I just put out every damn piece of information I could find and hope that somewhere in between we could sort out the truth.
The number one problem, in the Gulf Movement is a lot of people and even some of the leaders think the media, government, and major corporations are separate entities. BP did something bad and this politician can or will help them and the media is going to cover the story when it happens.
This is our biggest hurdle and we will get no where until that fact is recognized. Like it or not, they are all on the same team. I already knew that and it gave me a huge head start with my page and my research.
I had been researching the powers that be for years and this time it was my home. So, I won’t deny it, I obsessed over it. I didn’t get much sleep. I went to bed researching and posting and was researching and posting before my feet hit the floor in the morning. It took over my life for awhile, thank God for my wonderful wife.
One day, in the very beginning, they were showing a picture of the well and they were saying it was 1,000 barrels, I think, a day. I can’t remember now. I’m not a geologist or oil expert, but I kept looking at that picture and thinking it sure looked like a LOT more oil than that. So, I dug and found an F.S.U. professor who was saying it was way more than that. That was the start of the real ride for me.
Many of the things I first brought to light, things which are now commonly accepted among Gulf activists, were considered conspiracy theories by many people when I first posted them. Corexit being toxic, killing fish, killing people, being in the rain, being in the Gulf Stream, all of these subjects were taboo to some people. Some still are.
When people would say it is our fault because we use cars, I would explain that propaganda didn’t work on me. I tried to wake people up to Tesla and the systematic removal of any invention that threatened the oil baron’s control.
I tried to slip in bigger picture stuff as well. I used to laugh when I would dig something up and people would say it wasn’t a credible source. I would just laugh and ask them if they really believed Faux Noise was credible? I also learned that these FB sites really do scare corporationsJ
The empowering thing about that page for me was that I had never helped start a movement. When I learned about other causes and people trying to bring things to light, there had already been dedicated people who had spent years working to expose the truth. In this movement, I became one of those people.
When I first began to look for the other side of the Gulf story that I knew from experience was not going to be told, there wasn’t much. I really had to dig to find anything other than corporate media approved crap. It made me become a true researcher and expose the lies myself.
I had lots of meaningless little victories and really pissed off Facebook and even the mighty BP along the way but I think my favorite moment was the NY Times retraction.
They had done a story that mentioned a group called the
Of course, the retraction couldn’t undo the damage that had been done. But for just a moment, the poor white boy with the crappy laptop won.
I met some great people at the local protests like Terri Holly, Pamela Corry, and I finally got to meet my friend Michelle Nix. Michelle and I have mutual friends in common that we both love to death and they kept telling both of us that we sounded just like each other and we needed to meet.
They were right, she is the unsung hero in the Gulf and she should be getting much of the credit and praise other people get. But she could care less about that, she just wants to get the truth out and help the people and that is why I love her. She spends all day, everyday, interviewing the sick Gulf workers that Fineberg claims don’t exist. She has been doing the important testing and paying for it out of her own pocket.
She has become a trusted friend to me in her own right and I deeply admire the work she has done and her dedication to the people of the Gulf and the fight for truth.
I already knew within the first month, I was going to need to move. My daughter was only 1 year old at the time. The more research I did, the more I realized that the Gulf had become a big Petri dish and we were all subjects in a giant science experiment. I saw no choice but to take my daughter away from the Gulf.
They killed what was left of the economy there anyway and it was clear we wouldn’t be swimming anytime soon. I grew up playing in the water and not being able to trust my beach is still a reality I am coming to grips with.
I have been called a coward and every other name in the book along the way, but I had to make what I felt was the best decision for my daughters health and future. We had no plans to leave the Gulf until the rig blew, but you do what you gotta do.
From the start I have seen some of the problems this movement has been faced with. When I first mentioned having a protest in my local paper’s forum, not only was no one interested, I was actually threatened.
There was a lady at one of the first protests who saw us standing there and pulled over to join. I thought that was cool, until I noticed her doing everything she could to make sure she got interviewed by every reporter there. When we had another protest, she came and even asked me where the reporters were, not knowing I was on to her, as soon as she realized she wouldn’t be on TV again she just left and never showed up again. The worst are the people who have used this disaster to push their products or milk people for money. Sadly, there have been way too many of those.
I thought I could help by supporting the other leaders, by helping those people spot pitfalls and helping to speed up the learning curve of fighting Uncle Scam. I failed many times. I helped people who did not deserve my help, they would ignore my warnings and suggestions only to get burned later and I have failed at getting them to research things they should know to really lead this movement.
So I really can’t get too pissed at some them, because maybe if I had done a better job, they would know better.
Some of these so called leaders along the way have had weird little cults around them. If you dare to speak against something they do you are attacked which is why many people won’t. But, my only loyalty is to my family and my home and I couldn’t care less what random strangers think about me. I won’t pander to people or kiss their ass just because they have a little following or made a YouTube video. What I will do is establish the links to the elite and you can make up your own mind.
I knew COINTELPRO would be a problem, but it was strange to see it happen in my real life. COINTELPRO was a covert program established by the F.B.I. in the 50’s to infiltrate movements. The FBI's reason was "protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order.”
That means if you want to change the existing political order, which is our right as Americans, the F.B.I. will come infiltrate your organization, cause problems and discredit your group through a variety of tricks. From slander to fake charges, they are there to protect you from any real change.
They monitored Dr. King, along with every civil rights and antiwar group. They even watched Albert Einstein. The program officially ended in the 70’s, but of course they continue these tactics and much worse today. In fact, it was admitted that even Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur were both under 24 hour F.B.I. surveillance. Strange since both murders remain unsolved.
If you stand up, they will come. Some of these men have been exposed in a number of protests. There are videos of police pretending to be protesters, caught on tape causing trouble, then flashing a hidden badge under their coat to escape behind the line of cops. There great pictures that show all the people getting arrested for causing trouble wearing the exact same Hightech boots the cops kneeling down arresting them are wearing.
One of the mistakes many people in the Gulf movement make is thinking the only way they can stop you is by killing you like Matt Simmons or buying you off. Some people are simply distracted by bigger crowds and a plane ticket. One puppet politician shaking their hand or calling them on the phone can be all it takes sometimes.
COINTELPRO is not a conspiracy. The Coast Guard sprays us too so you better believe COINTELPRO is in this movement, but I think its clear BP has spent a lot of money to cause us problems as well.
They know the internet is the true media now. I kicked them off my page from day one but many people have allowed these disnfo agents into our groups. When you do this, they win. By allowing these shills to distract the flow of information and confuse the page and dilute the debate, they win. If you just delete them, you win.
Some of these people are just ignorant losers with no life or people who make a living on the Gulf and don’t care who they poison as long as they get paid. I won’t even dignify any of the pawns and trolls by saying their names. They are not worthy of any of our attention.
But you need to be aware, that at times you are talking to a desk in an office manned by people who are getting paid to cause you problems. If you are arguing with them, you are not sharing or learning new information.
Again, you can do whatever you like, that is just my advice.
It has been strange to suddenly be in a movement where people make fun of you for not trusting Rockefeller. Surreal to have people you respect tell you Rockefeller is a good guy. A huge issue with our movement is that anyone who is mad the Gulf is dirty is an activist now. While it is great that people care, not all of these people are on our team.
The idea that we are all going to get along all the time, sing songs, and all work together is the silly dream of a little girl. We are hard headed activists. We are going to disagree and we are going to part ways at times. I don’t have to like or agree with every person that claims to be a Gulf activist. I don’t have to remain friends with a person who supports my enemy.
In other movements, there is a period of learning the information. You research and learn, and then you get mad and fight. In the Gulf, oil washed up and we were pissed. But, just because you don’t like oil on the beach doesn’t mean you have a clue how the world works. Virtually every Gulf activist has told me they voted for Obama. I have watched them expect him to help, but I knew better. This is all a big puppet show and Bush/Obama was just a globalist bad cop/good cop. I’ve watched them get excited because they thought some media clown would break their story, only to be ignored. It has been frustrating for me at times, but I was asleep once too and I didn’t wake up overnight either.
It is a process and I think they have done well when you consider how much there was to learn and the conditions they have lived under while learning. Even those that are making mistakes or becoming pawns have still done more than 99% of the people in the world ever will for the Gulf.
It would be easier if some of my friends had just straight up sold out. It wouldn’t hurt as much if they were just shitty people. The truth is Rockefeller’s new Power Shift pawns are just ignorant. They think they are helping and justify what they do by saying all they care about is the Gulf.
While it is clear they have a deep desire to help the Gulf, they also have a deep desire for attention. I’m not sure they can separate the line between attention for the Gulf and attention for themselves.
I have no problem calling them out by name, but as one activist told me, its not like they have much of a following anyway. I truly regret giving many of these people any publicity and I won’t give them any more.
If you know what I’m talking about you know who they are, but I will expose this Power Shift group and when you see people pushing this garbage group you can know who is on the dark side.
The old line goes, “the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.” The powers that be are much like that. They are great at getting us to accept things we should be rioting about and convincing people to enslave themselves. I have fought against Rockefeller funded groups from the beginning.
I have a friend that knows a Rockefeller kid, who swears some of them are good people and that may be true, but I won’t go eat a Dahmer’s brother’s house and I wouldn’t take a ride with Bundy’s son, even if he was driving Herbie the Love Bug.
This is a quote from David Rockefeller:
"For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure -- one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it." - David Rockefeller, SrI couldn’t have asked for a better weekend to do this. The Bilderberg meeting is being held this weekend in
It is a violation of the
Here is another quote from Rockefeller:
"We are grateful to the
Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years." Washington
He went on to explain:
"It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries."
-- David Rockefeller, Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in
Baden, Germany (a meeting also attended by then-Governor Bill and by Dan Quayle Clinton
It is strange to see people who claim to be oil environmentalists embrace Rockefeller.
The very first environmental movement was the called Save The Bay in
Almost every movement I have looked into that really fights the powers that be is fighting Rockefeller and that cabal in some way. That is not a conspiracy theory, it’s a fact. If I had a dollar for every time I told my wife, “see there’s Rockefeller”, when some evil thing was done I’d be a Rockefeller.
Rockefeller’s Standard Oil kept the Nazi’s flying. He was forced to break up his monopoly because in the beginning there was only Standard Oil. He never really relinquished control as Standard Oil was broken up into the oil companies that became known as the 7 Sisters of Sludge.
If you think that evil prick or his buddies give a damn about the environment or ending the oil companies reign of terror I have some Gulf shrimp to sell you.
· Now, let’s address the clear problems with Power Shift. I knew just from a photo that had a ton of people at an event with matching green hardhats was not grassroots. I had a friend check and sure enough it was Rockefeller funded, but when I got on and I looked at the sponsors and partners they list I was amazed. The C.D.C, the E.P.A, NOAA, NASA, but it was United Nations Conference on Environment & Developmentthat was key. I remembered that name from prior research, so I put that into a search engine with the word depopulation and it led me of course to their Agenda 21 documents. Not a conspiracy, their documents. Agenda 21 is all about controling the population and creating a one world government or New World Order if you want to use Bush Sr.’s term.
I’d like you to think about the name Power Shift in relation to this quote from The United Nations Millennium Papers – Issue 2 (Page 5)
“Participating in a UN-advocated planning process would very likely bring out many of the conspiracy-fixated groups and individuals in our society such as the National Rifle Association, citizen militias and some members of Congress. This segment of our society who fear 'one-world government' and a UN invasion of the United States through which our individual freedom would be stripped away would actively work to defeat any elected official who joined 'the conspiracy' by undertaking LA21. So, we call our process something else, such as comprehensive planning, growth management, or smart growth”
Power Shift is a very similar phrase to Smart Growth wouldn’t you say? Al Gore and Lisa Jackson are not grassroots. I understand some of these subjects are deep if you haven’t looked into them, so I will make a general comparison; you are working for BP when you support that group. There is no question Rockefeller has bought his way into the Gulf; the only real question is why.
Orwell said, “During times of universal deceit telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” I agree, and I have my own motto, in a world full of lies, get all the information you can and use your common sense. Although common sense may not be so common, when there is so much different information, sometimes you just have to step back and take a fresh look.
I’m not going to pretend I have all the answers. I do know we as a group are in trouble. We are being buried in an avalanche of BP propaganda and soon anyone who believes there is a problem in the Gulf will just be called Gulfers. We will be marginalized and dismissed. If you know the signs you can see it is already happening. Our window for true justice is closing.
You should all know about the stock dumps and Halliburton’s acquisition of the oil clean up company Boot’s and Coots by now. They announced the Boots and Coots deal 2 weeks before, but Halliburton didn’t just walk in that day and buy the place, any more than Goldman Sachs just decided one day to dump hundreds of millions of dollars of BP stock.
These deals were in the works for much longer than that. I know while researching Nalco, I found Warren Buffet had bought a major stake in Nalco months before the rig blew. To make it an easy number, we can just say TPTB (The Powers That Be) knew there was a problem a month before the event.
Almost every person I know who has been involved in the Gulf movement believes they knew there was going to be a problem with that rig. We know they didn’t stop drilling or take even the most basic safety precautions, so at best, they let it happen by being so completely reckless.
In the 9/11 Truth movement there are many theories as to how they pulled it off, but in the beginning people are separated into two groups, LIHOP and MIHOP. There are people who believe TPTB Let It Happen On Purpose and there are those that believe TPTB Made It Happen On Purpose. In regards to the Gulf, when you see the evidence of prior knowledge, you already fall into the LIHOP category in one way or another, if you know what I mean. If they wanted to stop it they could have, so they let it happen.
One question I have struggled with for the last year is, could it be possible it was planned? Could people seriously do something that destructive? The first instinct is to say no. Understandable, it is unthinkable that people could be that evil. That they would kill 11 men and create one of the greatest environmental disasters in history on purpose is beyond most people’s comprehension.
However, if you asked most of the world on September 12, 2001 if they thought people within our government could be involved, in any way, they would’ve thought you were crazy. But, in the 5+ years since I became involved with 9/11 Truth, I have never seen a single poll in which the majority believed the official story. The vast majority of the world’s population believes that, at the very least, our government had prior knowledge of the attacks on 9/11.
That event involved the murder of over 3,000 people on national TV, the creation of endless wars, the destruction of the Constitution, over 1 million dead Muslims, and over 70,000 dead Americans. YES, 70,000! The Gulf is not the only thing the media lies about. The military is only counting people who die ON THE BATTLEFIELD, if a soldier dies in surgery an hour after being shot, they don’t count him, but that is another subject.
The point is 11 men dead and a mess in the Gulf on purpose, while unthinkable to you or I, is collateral damage to the elite.
I don’t want to believe that they planned it, but I just can’t find a logical reason for the moves they made in the month leading up to the disaster. It is one thing to be preparing for the rig to blow; it is another to make it happen. But, why would they remove their top deep water drilling guy at the most crucial time in the process? If you don’t want it to blow, he should’ve been left on there. If they were so afraid it would blow that they feared losing him, why not bring in another deep water guy? Even the second best had to be better than Bob Kaluza. Why would you bring in a guy with no underwater drilling experience at all?
Why would Kaluza override the people on the rig put there to ensure the safety of everyone and procedures that are always followed? Are we to believe this is just some out of control cowboy trying to get the job done? These companies do not work like that in the field.
Many corporations cut corners and have idiots at the top, but when you are in the trenches doing the grunt work they do not tolerate cowboys, not when people’s lives and billions of dollars hang in the balance. Plus, we know they knew there was a problem so why would take even more risks?
Who told Kaluza to make those moves? Why did TPTB prepare ahead of time for a disaster, yet take no steps to stop it? They spent millions betting the disaster would happen, they couldn’t drop 500 grand for a remote for the shutoff valve? Even worse they put a man in charge that seemed to do everything he could to make it happen?
Why would they cut safety corners on a well they were afraid would blow? At what point did they make it happen? It is one thing to know you live in a fire trap, quite another to lie in bed flicking matches. At what point did they blur the line between manslaughter and murder?
To give credit where it is due, it was Ian Crane who shined the spotlight on Kaluza. If not for Ian’s work, Kaluza might have slipped quietly into the sunset. As Gulf activists, you have a responsibility not to let that happen.
Bob Kaluza made the decisions that led to this disaster, he should be known in every home in the Gulf. Many of you are afraid to post Ian’s work, either because you don’t believe the other stuff he talks about or you are worried about losing followers by posting a man who speaks about Monsanto, 9/11, and depopulation.
Have you ever researched those subjects? Take one hour out of your life and research Monsanto like you have researched the Gulf. If you eat food, you might want to pay attention to what they are doing. They make suicidal seeds, the splice frog genes with tomamtoes, the just claim to have invented the melon. Laws are being passed that make it illegal for you to grow gardens and even collect rainwater.
If you think 9/11 Truth has been debunked, I challenge you to find every debunking site you can find and I will rip them to pieces. Look into the collapse of WTC 7 and tell me that makes sense. Before you make fun of me for asking logical questions about 9/11 you better have an answer for why no fighter jets responded that day. I‘ve got a hundred other questions just as tough a that locked and loaded.
The funniest part, I have seen the same Gulf activists that won’t post Ian’s work because he speaks of depopulation promote groups with direct ties to it and take money from Rockefeller who openly talks about it.
By now you have learned, or should have, that the politicians are puppets and the media lies. They don’t care about our pages or if we all hold hands on the beach. Corporations care about liability. I have said from the start, testing was what mattered most.
Test results to prove there are problems with the air, water, and seafood. But, as most of you know, TPTB bought every scientist over the summer. A couple of you guys (God Bless You) powered through as lab after lab said no and doctor after doctor backed out.
The most dedicated tester I know, Michelle Nix has dealt with these problems everyday. I love you guys, but they have deep pockets, I am amazed some of you have been able to make the progress you have.
Without test results that can be linked to the DWH, we won’t have much of a case. They can pretend your protest didn’t happen, but litigation cannot just be ignored. Kaluza is a weak link that should be exploited. He is liable for the decisions he made.
The Gulf movement is running in circles, if we cannot unite to make Kaluza answer, what is the point? The media is not going to tell the truth, politicians are going to side with oil companies, where is the liability? If you can show me a better lead than Kaluza let me know.
If you guys can’t understand that the fact you can’t even find his picture is a HUGE clue, I don’t know what else I can tell you.
I just try to learn all I can and then tell the truth as I understand it. I am not set in stone and I will change my opinion based on new information or research. I understand, though don’t agree with, why known people would not want to post about 9/11 or Bilderberg, but there is no excuse for being so ignorant they promote groups with direct connections to Agenda 21 or ignore Rockefeller’s role in the globalist agenda and it makes absolutely no sense for people who call themselves leaders to continue to ignore Kaluza.
I know these are good people who have been thrown into something much bigger than they understand. I have no doubt the foot soldiers in Power Shift and Gulf Coast Fund are good people. The average guy in Flash Mob thinking he can dance his way to change just doesn’t know better, they aren’t evil. They are just being manipulated. Again, do what you want, support what you want, but the facts do not lie. The very reason the rig blew COULD be for depopulation and the Power Shift agenda. Who knows what these psychos are up to?
I used to try to get the media to tell the truth when I first started too. That is why I learned it was a waste of time and found new tactics to get my message out. They would post my letters, but never do stories on the subject. Hell, one day they were spraying Chemtrails so low, I got pissed, drove to their office and made one of the reporters come out and look for herself.
I went round and round with their editor for years and of course I went off on them during the disaster. The point is, I finally realized it was a waste of time; they would do a story on me, but not the subject.
So, I said screw it and made my own paper to give out for free. That turned into a one page covers all newsletters when the paper turned out to be expensive. I would pillage scrap wood and make my own signs to hang on the side of the road. And I burned and handed out hundreds of DVDs.I went outside the system. It was a slow process, but after years of doing it I did begin to see results.
There is a great example of a media blackout many know nothing about and that is the Ed and Elaine Brown story. They had an armed standoff in which Randy Weaver, the survivor from Ruby Ridge came and joined them. It was all over the internet and they had supporters from around the world , who joined them in a freaking armed standoff and the national media never said a word.
If you want people to wake up I have a few suggestions for you. You need to at least have pamphlets at your rallies to hand out that have Gulf information and a way to contact and help, but the number one goal should be a free DVD. People are lazy, they won’t get online and look anything up and many times they won’t even read a flyer, but they WILL watch TV.
I have a DVD I received years ago that had 12 hours of documentaries a free DVD burning software on it. All an activist needed to do was put it in his computer and he could begin making his own to hand out. A well made 30 minute to an hour long DVD about what is really going on in the Gulf will have more of an impact than every interview done to this point.
If you want to make this movement come alive online again, I have a simple suggestion. Follow the example of We Are Change. We Are Change was just a little MySpace group of people in New York trying to raise awareness about the truth of what happened on September 11th.
Again, I know some people who have never done the research think that movement is nonsense, but again I would ask why the hell should people in New York care about the Gulf if you don’t care about the work they have done for the last ten years?
We Are Change became an international movement because they had the balls to call these politicians out in real life. You want to see real guts? Go to YouTube and watch We Are Change Colorado confronts Bill Clinton. That man stands firm as thousands of boos rain down upon him. He is one of my heroes.
You want to wake people up? Challenge these corrupt politicians in public for the money they have taken and their decisions that have hurt the Gulf. Have one person willing to confront the scumball and another away from them videotaping the exchange. Hit them with the facts in a public place when they think they are just going to do a little photo op.
You start doing that and uploading it online and watch what happens.
I’ve seen a lot of people in this movement called heroes, well I have had the honor of helping a real life hero for years and I can tell you about heroes.
William Rodriguez literally saved people’s lives on 9/11. He was a real life hero before he began his work as an activist. You see they tried to make Willie a senator, on one condition; he would stop talking about the explosion in the basement on 9/11 BEFORE the plane hit the Tower. If he would just stop talking about the other explosions he heard as he led firefighters up the stairs to rescue people, but thank God Willie is an honorable man.
It is another great example of a media blackout. Willie is front page news when he speaks in other countries. His story should be known by every man, woman, and child in America. Sadly, he is stuck with poor grassroots people like me trying to get his story out. William Rodriguez is a true hero and activist and you could all learn a great deal from his example.
What you guys do from this point is up to you. I have tried to share the information I know as clear as I can. I have tried to share the knowledge I’ve gained after fighting the system this long. One thing I have learned is that you will get a lot of crap for telling the truth, but it does stand the test of time.
In the beginning of my fight it was just me in Pensacola. No one I know had ever heard of 9/11 Truth. But, over the years I gained allies and even the respect of people who refused to look at the information. So I have no problem calling these groups out, because I know time will show I was right.