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Must-Read Quotes from 28 Pages Press Conference

Senator Graham: “This is not a narrow issue of withholding information at one place, in one time. This is a pervasive pattern of covering up the role of Saudi Arabia in 9/11, by all of the agencies of the Federal government, which have access to information that might illuminate Saudi Arabia’s role in 9/11.”

 “The Saudis know what they did. They are not persons who are unaware of the consequences of their government’s actions. Second, the Saudis know that we know what they did…

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Barzan (Trailer)

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This just in…

Hello Political Film Blog,

Hope this finds you well. I am excited to announce the release of The Seattle Globalist’s thrilling socio-political documentary, BARZAN on September 2nd on iTunes, Amazon and across Cable VOD.

This is a film that is perfect for your audience.

“…a Kafka-esque view of the bureaucracy of the Department of Homeland Security, the terrifying spectre of kangaroo courts outside the US Judiciary, and the human wreckage left in its wake.”Programming, True/False Film Festival

As the situation in the Middle East continues to deteriorate and we near the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, BARZAN brings to light controversial acts by the government in the aftermath of the World Trade Center tragedies. Shot in Iraq and Seattle, BARZAN discusses issues that are as divisive as ever, including terrorism, national security, and immigration. Powerful, thrilling, raw, real and engaging are just a few words used to…

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State Dept. Mideast Meddling Confirmed

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U.S. State Dept. Document Confirms Regime Change Agenda in Middle East

For the mooing masses I suppose…

According to the October 2010 document, the Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) at every U.S. embassy in the MENA (Middle East/North Africa) is in charge of the MEPI program, giving it a clear high priority.  The document makes clear that the Middle East Partnership Initiative is not coordinated with host governments:  “MEPI works primarily with civil society, through NGO implementers based in the United States and in the region.  MEPI does not provide funds to foreign governments, and does not negotiate bilateral assistance agreements.  As a regional program, MEPI can shift funds across countries and to new issue-areas as needed.”

The document makes clear that special priority, as early as 2010, was given to Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Egypt and Bahrain, and that project headquarters in Abu Dhabi and Tunis were overall coordinating…

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