Wednesday, April 21, 2010


New research in the journal American Behavioral Scientist (Sage publications, February 2010) addresses the concept of “State Crimes Against Democracy” (SCAD). Professor Lance deHaven-Smith from Florida State University writes that SCADs involve highlevel government officials, often in combination with private interests, that engage in covert activities for political advantages and power. Proven SCADs since World War II include

  • Pearl Harbor, Robert B Stinnett/McCollum Memo
  • McCarthyism (fabrication of evidence of a communist infiltration),
  • Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (President Johnson and Robert McNamara falsely claimed North Vietnam attacked a US ship),
  • burglary of the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist in effort to discredit Ellsberg, the Watergate break-in,
  • Iran-Contra,
  • Florida’s 2000 Election (felon disenfranchisement program), and
  • fixed intelligence on WMDs to justify the Iraq War.1

Other suspected SCADs include the
  • assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald,
  • the shooting of George Wallace,
  • the October Surprise near the end of the Carter presidency,
  • military grade anthrax mailed to Senators Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy,
  • Martin Luther King’s assassination, and the
  • collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 on September 11, 2001.
The proven SCADs have a long trail of congressional hearings, public records, and academic research establishing the truth of the activities. The suspected SCADs listed above have substantial evidence of covert actions with countervailing deniability that tend to leave the facts in dispute.2

The term “conspiracy theory” is often used to denigrate and discredit inquiry into the veracity of suspected SCADs. Labeling SCAD research as “conspiracy theory” is an effective method of preventing ongoing investigations from being reported in the corporate media and keep them outside of broader public scrutiny. Psychologist Laurie Manwell, University of Guelph, addresses the psychological advantage that SCAD actors hold in the public sphere. Manwell, writing in American Behavioral Scientist (Sage 2010) states, “research shows that people are far less willing to examine information that disputes, rather than confirms, their beliefs . . . pre-existing beliefs can interfere with
SCADs inquiry, especially in regards to September 11, 2001.”3

1. The Oklahoma City Bombing. Meant to look like an act of terrorism but closer inspection reveals numerous suspicious indicators of a false flag operation
The US militia groups
Waco Massacre by the Clinton/ Reno
2. The 911 Attack
engineered by more than one country to BENEFIT MORE THAN ONE COUNTRY
testing ground for several, secretive types of demolition-weaponry within the tower core
To scapegoat an Islamic group
to allow the corporate-owned, complicit US media free rein to keep a lid on doubts
To distract the public about critical missing Pentagon trillions
power elite in as few hands as possible
3. The Bali Bombing.
terror-striken Australians
4. The Port Arthur Massacre. Meantto look like the work of a lone gunman
5. London Bombing 7-7
Served to terrorize Londoners
6. Lebanon-Israel Attack
7. VA-Tech as a possible false flag operation, Manchurian Candidate, super skilled, remorseless gunman possessing killing power

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