John Kaminski American Writer and Critic

John Kaminski
American Writer and Critic

The curse of knowing

We lose those we love when they fail to let go of the lies they believe


When you tell the truth, you risk losing everything you have, including those you love.

This is the curse of recognizing truth, and acting on it. Blowing the whistle jeopardizes everything you have accumulated in this life, your relationships, your possessions, your reputation. It can get worse if you offend the wrong people. As it has for so many, it can cost you your life.

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Insane America makes war on the world

Jew-controlled and brain dead,
Americans tolerate senseless slaughter,
which is slowly driving them mad


The hollow-eyed inhabitants of the land of the free and the home of the brave now robotically sing a twisted tune that is not under any circumstances to be believed. The manic echo of its "war on terror" anthem reverberates down the trash strewn corridors of the insane asylum the United States of America has become, where independent thought is now a crime and blind allegiance to a fabricated history and an artificial reality is required for social acceptance in a nightmare world turned absolutely upside down.

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9/11 Was the Death of America

We all wonder - and worry - about the future. Yet it's clear what will happen. We all forget our Shakespeare: "What is past is prologue." Or in more contemporary parlance: "Same stuff, different day."

Yet the world has changed - recently and radically. Noble goals and thoughtful explanations have given way to superficial sound bites and insincere spin. Lowest-common-denominator education and thought-control television have primed the pump of public opinion to accept lies as truth. Wink-wink. Accepts these clumsy fables to make money because that's the way it is. Besides, everybody does it.

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A Guide to 9/11 Lies

Hijacker issue irrelevant to determining blame


Probably because of recent incendiary remarks by presidential candidate Donald Trump about former President George W. Bush’s involvement with 9/11 and the fictitious charges he manufactured to justify his criminal invasion of Iraq, the debate over who was responsible for the destruction of the Twin Towers and the deaths of 3,000 people in New York City has reemerged as a hot topic in mainstream media.

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The Invasion of Libya is Disgusting

Total hypocrisy rules coalition of predator states; comatose Americans watch TV as radiation spikes 

THE JEWISH CIRCUMCISION OF CIVILIZATION 

4th April 2011 

The invasion of Libya is disgusting. And the people who support it are disgusting. Name me one world leader who has done more for his own people than Muammar Gaddafi. Maybe you can come up with one or two — like Aung San Suu Kyi or Hugo Chavez — but I doubt it. And all these hypocritical skunks who write on the Internet who are saying we have to go in there to protect the Libyan people, and all the while the Mossad and CIA have hired African mercenaries to foment this "revolution" in the first place, while at the same time Israel has provided us with the Stuxnet virus, the use of which is about to kill tens of millions of people. Anybody who believes what the U.S. government says about anything is disgusting, not to mention immoral, and delusional.

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Ghosts of Oklahoma City

Eight years later, truth is the last casualty

The dead are buried, but the wounded can't be healed.
As in all the world's atrocities, both cry out for justice, yet no one hears their pleas.

This April 19th is the eighth anniversary of that awful day when 168 unsuspecting people suddenly lost their lives in a massive explosion that obliterated the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

Literally minutes after the blast, an ATF agent was heard to say the crime was revenge for the massacre of members of a religious cult in Waco, Texas two years earlier. Thus, like the lone assassin theory used in so many public crimes, the official story line was planted, and now it is cast in stone.

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Government's 911 Coverup Falling Apart


December 20 2003

Even phony Kean commission concedes something wrong with the official story.


(original of this article on Rense.com)
"If what I say is right, the whole U.S. government should end up behind bars." --Andreas von Bulow

To most Americans, the first inkling that something was wrong with the official story of the 9/11 catastrophe occurred about a year after the event, when President Bush resisted setting up a panel to investigate the events of that dark day.

Why would he not want to investigate the greatest crime in American history? many wondered. Then, he badly underfunded it. Then, he tried to name infamous power broker Henry Kissinger to head it. Since then, Bush has stonewalled a committee of his own choosing, one stacked with political functionaries that is ill-equipped to conduct either a police or forensic investigation " and, perhaps most revealing, one that accepted the government's version of who the guilty parties were before they examined any evidence!

To date, there has never been anything revealed to the public about how the U.S. government KNOWS that Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda were the actual perpetrators of 9/11.

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