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August 22, 2008

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How do I get an autographed copy of Mookie's picture? I think he is dreamy!!!

Alex jones drinks and smokes like a fish. Ever notice the long pauses during his radio show? Thats him hitting the cough button.

There's a problem in the first five minutes of the MISSING LINKS video and that's the reference to Jack Bernstein and the book The Life of an American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel. The picture of the pipe smoking Jack Bernstein there must be phony because "Jack Bernstein" doesn't exist. Trying to find anything on this author using the Net is an exercise in futility. If he doesn't exist then he certainly wasn't "assassinated by the Mossad" for blowing the whistle on Israel. "Jack Bernstein" is the nom de plume of someone else.
Probably an '80's era Liberty Lobby type Populist.


Thank you for the insight concerning Bernstein. Ultimately, I believe it weighs on the inability of Jews to refute his statements. Even if the man didn't exist, or his existence was covered up by the Jews, his inclusion in the film keeps the Jewish drama crowd and their cohorts from regulating the movie to mere "Nazi propaganda". At least some degree.

That video was very well done. I do not think that the producer tried to put any false informaion in there. What's wrong with Nazi propaganda if it is the truth? What about the bigger picture about the US Liberty and how Israel attacked it? This has been well documaented by a lot of patriots. Even the history channel, or the hebrew channel, couldn't dispute the attack on the US Liberty. Alex Jones looks a little light in the loafers. Does he stand for gay pride? Maybe that is why he is so angry because he hasn't come out of the closet yet. Looks like he likes to smoke on his cigar a little too much like Sigmond Freud did. Does he kiss his mother with that mouth? lol! I think Peter Schaenk pretty much exposed him for the mealy mouthed, sorry, son of a gun he really is.

Your movie is a farce.. Nice try..

This is a great movie which truly exposes the criminals behind 9/11. As far as the Jewish poster above claiming it to be a farce, well what exact points do you disagree with or what was inaccurate?

During the weeks following the World Trade Center disaster, when "free time" did not exist, I carved out hours to learn more about the issues that had been forced upon the city, to seek out sources of both knowledge and inspiration. When I read, Im a devoted underliner. Shortly after September 11th, Judith [Nathan] got me a copy of Yossef Bodansky's "Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War On America". Soon it was covered in highliter and notes. I met with Bodansky to discuss his book and sat down with Henry Kissinger to talk about world terrorism and get his perspective on its history and ramifications."
-Rudy
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Leadership Rudolph W Giuliani [KBE]


Another of ads BBDO pitch to me was to feature an older gentleman running the bases at Yankee Stadium. After he slides into home, the cloud of dust reveals Henry Kissinger saying, "Derik Who?" The ad people werent sure Dr Kissinger would go for it, but I was certain he would. Henry's a big baseball fan and even bigger supporter. More than that, it would be on behalf of the city in which his own dreams had been fufilled. When I brought Henry Kissinger to Ground Zero, He told me it was worse than anything he'd seen in Berlin after World War 2.
-Rudy
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Leadership Rudolph W Giuliani [KBE]


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If Osama Bin Laden walked into the[Brooklyn Public] library I'm convinced that Ginnie and friends would not call the police. They would be more concerned about his intellectual freedom. The best one word description I heard describing her[Ginnie Cooper]: COMPULSIVE.                                     Posted by: former BPL employee | June 17, 2006 9:36 AM

What Lucy Gertner had to say is real cause for alarm. When I was there, there was a particular librarian with multiple offenses. At the Clinton Hill branch, he had a fight with a supervisor using expletives and was transferred to the Flatlands branch. There he had another fight with his supervisor and also maliciously ran up a co-workers credit card when she left her computer for a moment. He also praised the 9/11 attacks. He was then transferred to another branch where, after about a year, he harassed a Kingsborough Community College employee using the library's phone. As a constant repeat offender, he only received a 5 day suspension and transfer to the Highlawn branch for this. It's a real outrage that Lucy was given an 8 day suspension for simply trying to protect a collection. This shows what abominants that Cooper, Kinney, Jennings, and the rest of the Grand Army Plaza 3rd floor vermin are. Also, there was a popular, well-liked Training Manager who was called up to serve in Iraq. Cooper knifed him in the back while he was serving and eliminated his position.      Posted by: Concerned | June 23, 2006 10:06 AM

Janet Kinney and Ginnie Cooper were responsible for the lack of security in the library. We attended a meeting on our Unattended Child Policy and we were told that if we saw a seven year old child in the library wondering on his own during school hours we should not ask the child why he is there because that child might be home schooled. In my years of working in the library I have never, been told such crap. New York City has laws about truant, children, not to mention child welfare laws. I could not believe what I was hearing. Thought what they were saying was not in our policy the head of security along with several others in charge were telling us to condone this nonsense. Security officers were asked to allow unruly child to stay in the library and disrupt the library. Since the new heads of security has taken over security there has been no security. Our best officers have quit or have been fired for ridiculous things like taking sick days that are legally given to them under our city contract and union laws. The library has gotten wilder and though the patrons complained and Janet Kinney and Ginnie Cooper did nothing. The staff was asked to attend a mandatory workshop called "Creating Safer Libraries. In this workshop we were basically being trained to handle issues that would normally be handled by security. One colleague followed the Creating Safer Libraries procedure and got her finger cut off, and administration told her it was her own fault.  Guess what we are not a security guards, babysitter or social workers, we are libraries.  I hope that our Board of Trustees learns from their mistakes. And I pray that Washington puts their foot down and doesn't allow Ginnie Cooper to disrespect you like she did Brooklyn.    Posted by: Soon to be a former BPLer | June 30, 2006 5:37

I'd just also like mention that a few years ago, not long after Sept. 11 there was an incident at a branch library when a customer asked reference staff probing questions about Pres. Bush's parade route (he was visiting New York). The staff were concerned and called Security who then called the police. The individual was arrested and taken in for questioning and later released. Ginnie was upset about this and later developed Intellectual Freedom Training for the entire staff. Among the items covered was public computers and accessing pornography. Many of us were disturbed by the outcome: BPL instructed us to allow patrons to access pornography; according to them it was their intellectual right. When we asked about children accessing pornography we were told to discourage it but that we shouldn't actually tell them they couldn't access it via the internet. That was also (to their way of thinking) their right, even though they were underage. Since then library computers have been filtered but it is still not impossible to do pornography. People even send it to themselves via email. If Ginnie feels that pornography is o.k. in a library setting, then why not just order XXX DVDs. By not ordering them you are censoring according to their philosophy. I know that most patrons, esp. parents do not think like this.                                                         Posted by: former BPL employee | June 3, 2006 9:55 AM

(Paul Isaac Jr-NYsentinel at Large)

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