Top U.S. Senator Calls For Investigation Of Bush False Flag Terror Plot (Veterans Today)


Top Senator Calls for Investigation of Bush False Flag Terror Plot (Veterans Today, Sep 19, 2012):

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair, Patrick Leahy, Directs DOD Inquiry into Gwyneth Todd Case

Accusations have been made against two senior Navy officials that may well lead to charges of conspiracy to commit murder, treason and terrorism against the United States.

More importantly, sources report that behind the plot that it has taken years to bring forward may well implicate former Vice President Cheney.

As of this writing, the lives of all involved hang in the balance as, too often in the past, cleaning up the crimes of the Bush administration has involved “accidents” as with presidential aide John Wheeler, whose body was found in a Delaware landfill in January, 2011.


No arrests have been made and there is even less evidence of an investigation being initiated.  Wheeler worked on the periphery of a half dozen secret projects, one of which is believed to have brought about his murder at the order of powerful Washington insiders.

Todd, herself, was approached by someone claiming to be an embassy “passport official” at her home in Australia.  The Sydney Morning Herald carries a detailed report on what may have been a second murder/kidnap attempt, one foiled.


A month ago, Jeff Steinof the Washington Post wrote a 5500 word article on former White House security staffer, Gwyneth Todd.  Todd reported a 5th Fleet under Vice Admiral Cosgriff and Commander Lynn Chow that had gone rogue.

The Post printed much and, surprisingly, the article became impossible to locate in 24 hours without having saved the link.  Search engines killed it in a process known as “scrubbing.”

Veterans Today then published a somewhat different and direct approach, in direct cooperation with Todd herself.  Todd has long worked with Veterans Today and had agreed to move from “unofficial” to “official” staff.


Todd then began a campaign of radio interviews.  The three videos above are from Republic Broadcasting’s Mike Harris.  Todd has, however, been interviewed by a half dozen hosts in the last 10 days, putting on the record her accusations.

The audio is clear, Todd’s accusations include false flag terrorism and attempted murder.

Todd, whose White House career began during the Clinton Administration when she served on the National Security Council.

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The Truth About The Woman Who Stopped The 2007 Invasion Of Iran (Veterans Today)

The Truth About the 2007 Invasion of Iran and the Woman Who Stopped It (Veterans Today, Aug 28, 2012):

A Brave Loyal American Prevents a USS Liberty Type False Flag Attack  Saving Hundreds of Marines and Sailors

“These four women survive, all have worked with Veterans Today and make up a group of patriotic and honest Americans who put duty and honor before career and cash.” ...Gordon

Gwenyth Todd in Iraq

Five years ago, an American woman serving in Bahrain single handedly stopped the United States government from a criminal attack on Iran and a series of “false flag” terror attacks on American troops and ships in the region.

American Neocons and Israeli lobby decided this was their last chance to start a war, one that would saddle the next president with a disaster of unprecedented proportions, fighting 3 wars during America’s Bush driven economic collapse.

The plans were in motion, plans that would have eventually collapsed the United States, plans also aimed at the destruction of Iran and the enslavement of her people.  One person, known to few, played a key role in stopping this disaster.

This is Gwyneth Todd, former member of President Clinton’s National Security Council and top Middle East advisor.  Stopping the Bush invasion would end her career and nearly cost her life.

Todd, though a ranking Navy official in 2007, was forced to flee Bahrain for her life, settling in Australia.  Those who aided her were murdered, jailed, hunted.

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