Destroying Childish Misconception

by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

We now believe that recent revelations received from Russian intelligence were based on the Edward Snowden leak of the highly classified (Q) Sandia Labs Investigation on Nuclear Weapons Use on 9/11.

Since that time, we have been bombarded with documents, a virtual flood, that, when exhaustively examined, would allow a technically proficient reader with nuclear weapons or chemical engineering background to reach the conclusions we are led to believe the Sandia report came to back in 2003.

What we advocate is that this document is released in its entirety. Why it is not, we believe, is that this “closes the door” on Snowden forever. The Russians have stated that Snowden brought no “Q” docs with him. We think they are lying or, frankly, they never would have mentioned it at all. Moreover, I think they expected us to figure that one out. Such is the nature of the “spy game.”

Nuclear "Test"
Nuclear “Test”

It is time to demand that the US admit the existence of the Sandia report. On a personal basis, I am now gaining a new understanding of the many purposeful misdirections tied to 9/11, the “pixie dust” and endless infighting, the narcissistic personalities that come and go, and the current binge of propaganda meant to rig the upcoming elections in the US and put a totalitarian Wall Street/Zionist dictatorship in power.

Glasstone Introduction to Nuclear Weapons

Glasstone Introduction to Nuclear Weapons

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