Top stories of 2010
Spingola’s recap of Obama’s phony history leads the list
5th January 2011
After a quick perusal of some top ten news story lists courtesy of mainstream media, I didn’t see Iraq, Afghanistan or the oil spill anywhere, all I saw was drunk celebrities and Wikispinjobs.
So I figured I’d construct my own list — that I guarantee will be more relevant to your individual needs than any type of propaganda you could pick up from the boob tube, which is corporate spin all the way, and usually hazardous to your health. Those stories you can forget about in two seconds; the stories on this list just might stay with you forever, and actually be beneficial to your health, mental and otherwise.
So here goes: Kaminski’s choice of the ten best news stories of 2010, each one vital to your well being.
All American presidents are given tailored histories that fit the elite’s idea of what history should be, so in that sense, it’s no surprise that U.S. President Barack Obama owns an apparently sordid and definitely secret history which the powers that be don’t want you to know. Nevertheless, actually hearing about it delivers a shockwave to the mind when you realize how far the spin has deviated from the reality, and like the details of almost every government operation that goes on these days, Obama’s real story as delivered by his chief nemesis is a good barometer of how messed up America has become.
That’s why I determined Deanna Spingola’s “Barack Obama — former CIA Agent” was my pick of best story of 2010, because it best typifies how the whole of American public life is a manipulated fraud dictated by those with an unlimited power to keep things secret, and that’s why the best reporters are the ones who dig this stuff out, as Spingola, a rising star in the Internet radio ranks, did in her analysis of the words of Obama’s preeminent critic, the outspoken reverend from Harlem, James David Manning.
Back during the summer of 2010, I decided to link to Spingola’s website on the basis of three paragraphs in this story, three paragraphs that tell the story of American political reality much more clearly than reading the New York Times for a decade could provide. This is that excerpt.
“Obama, as an undercover agent, was allegedly the lead agent in the arms and money supply for the CIA-trained Taliban Army against the Soviet Army war machine. His actions were integral to the Taliban’s success in their opposition to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Obama, it is publicly acknowledged, went to Pakistan in 1981. There is no way of knowing how often Obama traveled between Pakistan and Russia. According to Dr. Manning, Obama was an interpreter for the CIA during the war in Afghanistan. When Obama completed his CIA operations in the mid 1980s and returned to the U.S. he persuaded the State Department to maneuver his entrance into Harvard Law School; since the CIA, the U.S. president’s personal agency for black operations throughout the world, also has connections to federal and state politicians, they managed to arrange Obama’s entrance to yet another elite school in 1988.
“Percy Ellis Sutton, a civil-rights activist and lawyer, was the Manhattan Borough President from 1966 to 1977. He was an intelligence officer with the Tuskegee Airmen, the name of a group of African American pilots who were part of the 332nd Fighter Group of the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II. Sutton entered Harlem politics and became a leader of the Harlem Clubhouse, known as the “Gang of Four” which has controlled Democratic politics in Harlem for at least fifty years. His Clubhouse allies were New York City Mayor David Dinkins, U.S. Representative Charles Rangel, and New York Secretary of State Basil Paterson, father of the currently beleaguered David Paterson who replaced Spitzer as New York Governor in 2008. Percy Sutton wrote a letter to Harvard officials requesting that they admit Obama as a student after a hiatus of five years (from 1983 when he allegedly left Columbia to 1988).
“Despite a five-year absence from the rigors of college activity he was accepted at Harvard where he excelled and on February 5, 1990, was elected president of the venerable celebrated Harvard Law Review, the highest student position at Harvard Law School, a term that lasts for one year.  After graduation he could have worked in any leading law firm except that he lacked the proper citizenship qualifications which would have come to light during the interview and normal background checks pursued by major law firms. Moreover, his academic deficiencies at Occidental College would have disqualified him from the top law firms. Furthermore, he was a CIA operative in the Middle East during the time that he was supposed to be attending Columbia University. So despite his Harvard achievements, Obama became a Saul Alinsky-style community organizer in South Chicago which alleviated the necessity of providing a legitimate background check. ”
Woven into an overall picture of who Obama really is and how he got there are the essential facts that prove conclusively this democratic president was assisted at every turn by powerful forces that eased his trip to the White House as thanks for all the favors he did along the way for those who control America’s ugly reality. Read the whole story and learn a lot more at http://www.spingola.com/Barack_Obama_CIA.htm
In my mind, the best stories of the year are a combination of information we never get from traditional sources that usually overturns the general consensus about public events.
Like the top story, the runnerup on my list is another story about a public figure promoted as a hero by the deep cover spinmasters, but to those with the experience to uncloak spin jobs that recur time after time, the deeper level reveals a dark con job aimed at misleading the public.
So No. 2 on my list is a searing analysis of media icon Noam Chomsky by the indefatigable researcher Dick Eastman, who is one of the most prolific yet underexposed investigators on the Internet, always tearing away at the veils that keep the public from understanding what’s really going on. His title is rather long, “Chomsky is a Zionist Jew who has sabotaged American higher education and misleads us on 9-11 and Rothschild power and malevolence,” as it appeared in the sharp-edged Australian news package Rebel News
Coming in at No. 3 is a very long piece about a subject Americans should know but don’t — the real story of their beloved Constitution. Knowledge magician Michael Tsarion reveals in “The Constitution Con” that America really didn’t win its Revolutionary War, because the Jewish money ties kept freedom from becoming a reality, the same way they do today. This is the in depth analysis of what really happened in 1776 that you’ve been waiting for, proof positive that we’ve been scammed all these years.
4. Stephen Lendman’s great line about the Palestinians, “ . . . slow motion genocide” is described in depth here: http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2010/11/exposing-israels-fraudulent-third.html
5. There were so many great oil spill stories that I’m fitting five of them into one slot.
Matt Simmons last interview, http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/msnbc-july-15-matt-simmons-says-bp-covering-up-massive-hole-miles-away-cap-test-is-absurd
Robbie Skye Campbell, Treachery in the Gulf http://www.gnosticliberationfront.com/treachery_in_the_gulf.htm
Michael Edward, The Gulf Blue Plague is Evolving, http://worldvisionportal.org/wvpforum/viewtopic.php?p=2272
B. K. Lim, The Oil BP Tried to Hide . . .
and Dr. Tom Termotto, The Gulf of Mexico is Dying
all share this spot for their stories about the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which of course are all in direct opposition to everything they said on TV.
6. Ex-Marine Kevin Keefe was part of the Gaza Flotilla that was attacked by Israeli goons, who killed many people in cold blood. His eloquent responses to Jewish media slurs upheld the finest standards of responsible manhood, and among his many inspiring posts demolishing Jewish hypocrisy, my favorite was “Collecting Rocks and Getting Shot by the Israelis for Fun.” http://kenokeefe.wordpress.com/
7. Authenticity in the trenches is what shows through from people who have been there, and don’t want to be there again. Such an inspiring character trait has always been the hallmark of Joe Cortina, whose shocking reports about what really goes on in Gaza have galvanized the hope for justice for years. Weighing in at No. 7, is his “Israel - My Experiences There In The Summer Of 1989,” seen at http://www.rense.com/general90/89.htm among many other places.
The No. 8 spot is filled by “Jews, Judaism and Jewishness,” the perceptive story about the attitude that is destroying the world, by the Aussie Andrew Winkler, ringmaster at the aforementioned Rebel News. http://www.rebelnews.org/opinion/middle-east/565062-jews-judaism-and-jewishness
The last two spots I’ve reserved for two of my favorites.
The hottest writer on the Web in 2010, winning the award by the sheer acclamation of everyone I know, is Gordon Duff of Veterans Today. Any number of his searing pieces torpedoing Israel’s obvious sabotage of the United States could be included on this list, but he just keeps getting better so we’re picking his recent homage to Jesse Ventura’s reporting on 9/11 for purposes of filling the the No. 9 spot on this list. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/12/18/gordon-duff-gov-jesse-ventura-proves-911-cover-up-will-americas-government-fall/
As as good as Duff’s heated invective has been in catapulting Veterans Today into the Internet forefront of the fight for freedom against the Jewish tyrants who have hijacked America, one personnel decision he made has been even better, and that was the addition of J. B. Campbell to that website’s stable of commentators.
Speaking with a level of authenticity unmatched on the Worldwide Web, Campbell’s penetrating portraits of what has gone wrong in American society render all the explanations of all those talking heads as just so much lying jibberish when compared to this normal person who knows the real American history, knows what the problems are, and knows what to do about it. Our choice at No. 10 on this list, titled Anti-Americanism, will grab you by the shirt and make you realize what blind dopes we have all been to believe the lies we’ve been told. http://poorrichards-blog.blogspot.com/search?q=campbell&updated-max=2010-12-13T08%3A07%3A00-08%3A00&max-results=20
So that’s it, a top ten to remember, and not a celebrity in sight. I honor the efforts of people trying to make a difference in a world where spin is dragging us down a sewer from which we will never emerge, unless . . . the ideas of the people on this list can somehow overcome the the raging, out-of-control beast known as our mainstream money and media moguls who control the pathetic punk puppets posing as our politicians.
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida .
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