Monday, August 07, 2006

Dr. Noel Gibeson Corbell

“Any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”

Ernest Hemingway
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Novel, 1940

None of us want to hear that our own government conspired and murdered Americans to justify the War on Terror and the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. Such information shatters our worldview and all that we learned as children. I know I certainly did not. But the truth is the truth and it cannot be hidden any longer.

Sixty years ago, the October 1, 1946 verdicts at the Nuremburg Trials were a start in bringing the guilty to justice and setting the record straight on who was guilty after World War II. At Nuremburg the guilty could not hide behind the excuse that, “I was just following orders.” And so it is with the 9/11 crimes that have been committed by a few Americans against many other Americans; the guilty will soon be brought to justice. Now is the time for the guilty to come forward to federal prosecutors and cut a deal by testifying against others who are involved in this plot. Tomorrow may be too late because others may have cut a deal first and may be testifying against you instead. 

The oath that federal officials take to uphold and defend the U.S. Constitution and the laws of this great land is something that is not only important, but it is both binding and a promise. But that principle seems to have been forgotten or ignored by many in the federal government today, particularly in the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of government. That is why so many Democrats and Republicans will be leaving office in 2006 and 2008. The goal is boot them all out of office and elect 3rd party candidates who will actually follow the Constitution, repeal unconstitutional laws, and prosecute the criminals that preceded them.

On a slightly different vein, other federal officials and the US military also swear an oath to the US Constitution and to uphold the laws of this country. Further, they are admonished to refuse any order that is unlawful because an unlawful order is contrary to statutory law, case law, or to the US Constitution. They are held to account if they carry out an unlawful order and are then prosecuted. The dictum is: we follow lawful orders, but refuse unlawful orders. That is what some who got involved in staging the 9/11 false-flag incidents should have remembered and done; they should have refused unlawful orders. Now it is too late and they will soon be brought to justice. So will all others who planned and conspired to carry out these dastardly deeds.

What deeds are those? Well, to begin with: the planning and destruction of the two twin WTC towers by airliners and explosive charges and the explosive, controlled demolition of WTC-7 (the third WTC building destroyed that day), the attack on the Pentagon by either a drone or a cruise missile (not an airliner as advertised), and the murder of more than 3000 Americans. Prosecutors need to get to the bottom of why none of the 19 hijackers’ names appeared on any of the four airplanes’ flight manifests and why five of these so-called terrorists have since turned up in the Middle East and have been granting interviews. They also need to subpoena the video recordings near the Pentagon attack from the navy gas station and the I-395 traffic cameras that actually photographed the incoming flight before it struck the Pentagon. Do not accept any statement from the FBI saying that cannot find them or they were destroyed by accident. 

Certainly there is no need to hide these videos from the so-called terrorist so it appears that they are hiding the truth only from the American people and the People now demand to see these videos un-doctored and unedited. And this is just for starters; the list grows from there. Federal prosecutors of high integrity such as Scooter Libby prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald will always listen, investigate and get to the bottom of all the lies.

Clearly there is a plethora of crimes to investigate and federal officials who need to be brought to justice up to and including the President of the United States. Justice and fidelity to the Constitution are more important than party loyalty and I say this as someone who twice voted for George W. Bush and have contributed money to Republican candidates and the RNC. These neocons are the worst thing that has ever happened to the Republican Party and sweeping them all out of office and throwing them all in prison where they belong is now mission number one. However, replacing them with Democrats would be an even bigger mistake and one that voters should not be lured into by Democrats. 

Both parties need to be replaced by 3rd party candidates who will abide by the Constitution (not just say that they will); slash government spending by three-quarters; balance the budget; eliminate, forever, deficit spending; secure our borders without granting amnesty again; and end all imperial wars.

The Whitewash 9/11 Commission did what it was supposed to do: fix blame for 9/11 on foreign terrorists, not domestic terrorists. This whitewash was designed, in part, to legitimize the illegitimate and unjust imperial wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan. It did not address the role of the federal government in causing the 9/11 murders of American citizens by their own government; that was not part of their charter.

To the 20 or so conspirators who planned and executed the 9/11 false-flag incidents; I say to them to come forward now before it is too late to cut a deal with federal prosecutors. Do the right thing now even if you made a mistake in the past. Testify against others involved in these plots to include those still in office, for now, in the executive branch. And eventually ask forgiveness from the families who lost their loved ones. Do the right thing.

To the many others who were not involved in these plots but have been suppressed by those who were; it is now time to come forward to prosecutors lest thee risk getting caught up in what is certain to follow and perhaps being mistakenly identified as someone who is an actual conspirator. You will be protected by whistleblower statutes and, if necessary, a witness protection program. Whatever you know is needed to prosecute these murderers. Even if you think that whatever you know is unimportant, contact prosecutors and let them decide and allow them connect the dots. Do the right thing.

To federal prosecutors: witnesses have started coming forward with strange tales about 9/11 that need to be taken seriously and investigated. Be cautious about using the FBI to investigate these matters, as we do not yet know how far the conspiracy may run within that organization. Instead, use DOJ investigators that you trust. Protect your witnesses. Do not be intimidated by any effort in DOJ to squelch your investigation. Do the right thing.

Ending with another quotation that seems appropriate:  “You can run but you can’t hide.”

Dr. Noel Gibeson Corbell. As president of the Mount Vernon Institute, Dr. Corbell provides research and consulting services into contemporary issues involving the U.S. Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence, international affairs, human rights, the economy, terrorism, intelligence, homeland security, including counter-terrorism, and government responsibility and accountability. At Georgetown University, he taught courses as they relate to technology, intelligence, counter-intelligence, counter-terrorism and space issues. One course called Intelligence and American Foreign Policy, examined unclassified, open-source documents and the steps in the intelligence cycle up to and including preparation of the National Intelligence Estimate. As an organizational management consultant and a radio broadcaster with WALE Radio 990, he produced and hosted a live, radio talk show broadcast over New England and New York called Tomorrow, Today. Earlier, Noel Gibeson Corbell was a career U.S. Marine Corps force recon and infantry officer. In that regard he served in operational positions worldwide in jungles, deserts, mountains and oceans. Later, he was a strategic planner at Headquarters Marine Corps and for the Secretary of the Navy. His commentaries have appeared in newspapers like the Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, the Army Times, the Air Force Times, and on the Free Market News Network, as well as in The National Interest.