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Why Does Counterpunch.org Deny US Government Complicity In The 911 Attacks?

Why does Counterpunch.org so vigorously deny US government foreknowledge and complicity in the 911 attacks?

We stumbled across this plausible explanation here, reposted verbatim below.

  1. The Manchurian Candidate Says:

    Scientology is a government mind control program cleverly masquerading as a “religion” or “church.” It’s the ultimate capitalist religion: pay for self-improvement and spiritual advancement.

    Puzzle pieces:

    Google CIA+Mind Control+Scientology

    The timeline of CIA mind control research, interrogation techniques, hypnosis, and forced hallucinogens and opiates begand with Project BLUEBIRD in 1951-1953. Project ARTICHOKE arose from Project BLUEBIRD in 1951. Project MKUltra began in 1953. Dianetics was published in 1952 by L. Ron Hubbard. Though Wikipedia has some decent writeups on each, the declassified documents confirm the existence of these sick projects.

    Google Scientology+ MKUltra; Scientology+Project Artichoke; Scientology+Project Bluebird

    A PBS documentary links Cheney and Rumsfeld to Project Artichoke via the death of a CIA MKUltra research scientist:


    Save the above www pages, as they have a nasty habit of disappearing from the web and from Google’s cache.

    An interesting side note: there is a Scientology “Bunker” in Petrolia, CA, home of the (usually) hard-hitting Counterpunch.org.


    There are several other Scientology “bunkers” as well.

    Strangely enough, Alexander Cockburn one of its two main editors, has been very defensive of Scientology, and equally critical of people who correctly suspect US government foreknowledge and complicity in the 9-11 attacks. Why does Cockburn go so far to dismiss the overwhelming evidence of US government complicity in the 911 attacks?


    So, is Cockburn a Scientologist, is he simply under CIA mind control, or does he take $$$ from the “Church” of Scientology nearby, thus biasing his reporting?


    “Steal This Post” -Abbie Hoffman


At Wednesday, February 07, 2007, Blogger qrswave said...

Di! Where have you been?!!

We've moved to a new blog!

I invite you to post this excellent piece there, where everyone can enjoy it!


At Wednesday, February 07, 2007, Blogger Die for the Elite said...

Where've I been? To hell and back.

Please let me know where the new blog is, thanks, and add me to the blogroll, so I can post it there, too.


At Wednesday, February 07, 2007, Blogger qrswave said...

It's at www.wakeupfromyourslumber.com

Everyone can blog! All you have to do is register and start blogging!

You can tell me all about your grueling experiences there. I am glad to see that you survived!


At Saturday, February 10, 2007, Blogger Rhiannon said...

I really hate to bug you, QRS, but everytime I click on any link of the new URL nothing happens. I go nowhere.

At Saturday, February 10, 2007, Blogger qrswave said...

thanks, rhiannon - same thing happens to me . . . i'm looking into it now

At Saturday, February 10, 2007, Blogger Michael Price said...

Scientology really isn't so bad, it gets a lot of smearing in the media because the powers that be are threatened by it.

The Jewish Supremacists make enormous amounts of money from drug companies, including many billions of dollars from psychiatric drugs, which are usually prescribed to people who don't really require them. Scientology offers an better alternative to mainstream psychiatry.

Scientology can help to liberate a human mind from all the garbage that's been pumped into it by the Zionist-controlled mainstream media and entertainment industry, and enables people to think more clearly.

At Monday, February 12, 2007, Blogger Die for the Elite said...

Check out this breaking stuff on the RAND Corp. study that scrutinized San Francisco's Critical Mass bicycle ride (towards the bottom of the page), and was adopted by the U.S. military to use the same tactics to divide and defeat grassroots activists, as well as reorganize the US military for Bush's oil wars. Chilling...

At Tuesday, February 13, 2007, Blogger Atheist said...

Paul Craig Roberts urges people to

At Friday, February 16, 2007, Blogger Die for the Elite said...

In light of Counterpunch's latest scoop, this blogentry may not apply to Alexander Cockburn, however, the insights on Scientology as mind control are still worth analyzing.

DftE respectfully retracts any intimation that Cockburn is a Scientologist, or that he willingly promotes their agenda.


At Sunday, March 04, 2007, Blogger qrswave said...

Hey, DtfE!

WHERE ARE YOU? Were you able to access the other site?

If you are still having trouble, please contact me via yahoo messenger and I will walk you through what you need to do for us to solve this thing once and for all.

I hope to hear from you soon!

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