Tuesday, March 20, 2007

DOWNLOAD: Rosie O'Donnel and Christine Ebersol on 9/11 (My YouTube's Dead!)

hey folks,

here it is, something the elite desperately want suppressed, and after 6500 views they finally pulled it and shortly afterwards killed my entire youtube account. it's gone from where i downloaded it at 911podcasts.com too, or at least i can't find it.

there is no other clip up of christine ebersol praising john connor as a "non-conformist" with rosie o'donnell screaming "9/11 was an inside job!" and imitating him, and this could inspire some of her 30 million viewers of "the view" to learn the truth and act on it.

you can download a copy and share it here, please post and pass it on:

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9/11 Truth: Polite vs. Rosie O'Donnell & Christine Ebersole

Filename: froof.wmv
Filesize: 1.44 MB

SOURCE - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RRCZ7BGY

they went after charlie sheen hard when he came out exactly a year ago and it blew up in their faces, and it's in our best interests to post this rosie video asap to show other celebrities they'll have grassroots support if they take the risk. you don't have to agree with everything she says, and in fact, i dare you to name me anybody you completely agree with on everything.

the point is her courage is being suppressed because it's what's needed to inspire the people who relate to her to help bring the real criminals to justice, and we can use all the help we can get from the 30 million people she reaches every day.


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9/11 Truth: Polite vs. Rosie O'Donnell & Christine Ebersole



Christine Ebersole (b. 21 February 1953) is an American actress and singer, and Tony Award winner.

Ebersole was born in Chicago, Illinois, and graduated from MacMurray College in Jacksonville, ::: GET THE ORIGINALS AT 911PODCASTS.COM :::

Christine Ebersole (b. 21 February 1953) is an American actress and singer, and Tony Award winner.

Ebersole was born in Chicago, Illinois, and graduated from MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois. After appearances on Ryan's Hope in 1977 and 1980, she got her first big role as part of the cast of Saturday Night Live during Dick Ebersol's first full season as executive producer (season seven; 1981-1982) where she was a Weekend Update co-anchor for Brian Doyle-Murray (sometimes switching places with fellow castmember Mary Gross), and after this starred for several seasons on One Life to Live and Valerie.

Her film roles to date have included Mac and Me (1988), My Girl 2 (1994), Richie Rich (1994), 'Til There Was You (1997), My Favorite Martian (1999), and as the diva Katerina Cavalieri in MiloŇ° Forman's Amadeus (1984).



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Ebersole has also been part of the cast of several failed television series, including Rachel Gunn, R.N. (1992) in which she played the title role, alongside Will & Grace's Megan Mullally. She has also had notable guest roles in shows such as Will & Grace, Just Shoot Me, Murphy Brown and Ally McBeal.

Ebersole has found her biggest fame on Broadway. Her most noted roles have included an appearance in Gore Vidal's The Best Man (2000), Millicent Jordan in Dinner at Eight (2002) (for which she was nominated for a Tony Award), M'Lynn in Steel Magnolias (2005), and the role for which she won the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical - Dorothy Brock in the 2001 revival of 42nd Street.

In 2006, Ebersole took the dual role of Edie Beale and Edith Bouvier Beale in Grey Gardens, a new musical based upon the movie of the same name. After a sold-out off-broadway run, Ebersole remained with the roles when the play moved to Broadway in fall 2006. For this role, she has received rave reviews.

Ebersole has been married twice, to Peter Bergman, and to her present spouse Bill Moloney, with whom she has adopted three children. She is also the aunt of Janel Moloney. She currently lives in Maplewood, New Jersey with her family.

SOURCE - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_Ebersole


New WTC 7 Blockbuster One Of The Biggest Stories Of All Time

Information Liberation
Thursday, March 1, 2007

The new WTC 7 revelations, in which BBC and CNN reporters tell of WTC 7's collapse as the building still stands, has sent shock waves through out the internet and has become one of the biggest stories of all time. In just 2 days the footage has been seen by an absolute minimum of 270,000 people. The version on YouTube has over 140,000 views, and the version on Live Leak has over 130,000. The amount of other versions, as well as the original version which was deleted, are innumerable. All the videos are still growing at tremendous rates and will no doubt continue to spread like wildfire over the coming weeks.

One of the most significant aspects of this whole story, which I would like to highlight, is that it is a testament to the power of what one single individual can accomplish. One individual did the research, one individual found the footage, one individual created the film, and that one individual created a video and put it out for the world to see. From there it had a massive ripple effect and was picked up by yours truly, Prison Planet, 911Blogger, Rense, Coast 2 Coast AM, and many others (all individuals) who took the ball and ran with it making it one of the biggest stories of all time.

SOURCE - http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/march2007/010307blockbu ster.htm


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Scientist accuses White House of 'Nazi' tactics

By Joel Havemann, LA Times Staff Writer

1:05 PM PDT, March 19, 2007

WASHINGTON -- A government scientist, under sharp questioning by a federal panel for his outspoken views on global warming, stood by his view today that the Bush administration's information policies smacked of Nazi Germany.

James Hansen, director of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, took particular issue with the administration's rule that a government information officer listen in on his interviews with reporters and its refusal to allow him to be interviewed by National Public Radio.

"This is the United States," Hansen told the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee. "We do have freedom of speech here."

But Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista) said it was reasonable for Hansen's employer to ask him not to state views publicly that contradicted administration policy.

"I am concerned that many scientists are increasingly engaging in political advocacy and that some issues of science have become increasingly partisan as some politicians sense that there is a political gain to be found on issues like stem cells, teaching evolution and climate change," Issa said.

Hansen said the Bush administration was not the first in U.S. history to practice information management over government scientists, but it has been the most vigorous. He deplored a "politicization of science."

"When I testify to you as a government scientist," he said, "why does my testimony have to be reviewed, edited and changed by a bureaucrat in the White House?" Sitting beside him was one of the bureaucrats Hansen was talking about: Philip Cooney, chief of staff to the White House Council on Environmental Quality from 2001 to 2005.

Cooney, an official of the American Petroleum Institute before going to the White House, acknowledged having reviewed some of Hansen's testimony as part of a long-standing practice designed to result in consistency.

Cooney was asked about changing "will" to "may" in prepared testimony describing the impact of human activity--particularly the burning of oil and coal--on the Earth's temperature. He said his edits were based not on political views but a 2001 report by the National Academy of Sciences.

"I offered my comments in good-faith reliance on what I understood to be authoritative and current use of the state of scientific knowledge, and for no other purpose," Cooney said.

Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) didn't buy that. He said the basis of Cooney's editing changes was not scientific evidence but "loyalty to a person who had appointed you to a political position."

Some of the sharpest exchanges came between Reps. Henry A. Waxman (D-Los Angeles), chairman of the committee, and a Republican member, Mark Souder of Indiana. Souder said the Democrats' approach made "a mockery of the hearing process."


SOURCE - http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-sci-climate20mar20,1,1206407.story?ctrack=1&cset=true