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Possible new forum sections

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Considering adding the following sections to the forum

Operation Gladio
Corporate greed and criminality (suggested by Mark Gobell)
Haroon Aswat
Omar Sheikh

comments please
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Mohammed Atta should get his own. His shenanigans in Florida with his stripper girlfriend is well documented. Google "Daniel Hopsicker Welcome to terrorland"
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TonyGosling wrote:Considering adding the following sections to the forum

Operation Gladio
Corporate greed and criminality (suggested by Mark Gobell)
Haroon Aswat
Omar Sheikh

comments please
Are these big enough topics for sections?
Corporate greed is but criminality doesnt seem a big enough term for the abyss the cartels descend to
Gladio can be summed up in that old BBC admission on the subject
Aswat, is he still awaiting deportation? Still of no interest to the Met? Still the link between 7/7 and 21/7? Still an MI6 asset? Still old mates with Captain Hook? Still free to travel all over before the completion of 21/7?
What more do we need to know?
Omar Sheikh - where are we going with that? Pearl or something? These don't seem big enough to require their own sections
They are simply part of the whole story
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TonyGosling wrote:Considering adding the following sections to the forum

Operation Gladio
Corporate greed and criminality (suggested by Mark Gobell)
Haroon Aswat
Omar Sheikh

comments please
rather than start a new section about operation gladio in particular, why not have a "history of false flag terror" section?
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"Corporate greed and criminality". YES!!!!
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New section needed on:

1. Economic crash and corporate criminality
This should contain information about:
- corporate greed, banking and their criminality
- use of economic crash to bring about the NWO
- how to survive the economic crash

2. Pakistan and Al Qaida
- Pakistan is a MASSIVE weak link that the movement should be publicly exploiting. We should be asking MPs and politicians home and abroad about this. THe Anglo-American establishment use Pakistan to sustain Al Qaida, the world knows this and yet US and UK have close links with Pakistan. We should oppose any US-UK military strike against Pakistan and their plan to break up the country.
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I think its a good idea to have more topics, even if they do end up being fairly empty - it increases the sites usefulness as a research tool.

A newcomer to deep politics could then access information and opinions by topic rather than trawling through a general discussion topic with thousands of posts in.

The big task for the forum admin, as I see it, is in working backwards:

As these new topics appear the chances are there are dozens of past threads relating to each. It may be a big job but it would seem neccesary to move all past threads into the new divisions.
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thanks for that thoughtful input sir
insidejob wrote:New section needed on:

1. Economic crash and corporate criminality
This should contain information about:
- corporate greed, banking and their criminality
- use of economic crash to bring about the NWO
- how to survive the economic crash

2. Pakistan and Al Qaida
- Pakistan is a MASSIVE weak link that the movement should be publicly exploiting. We should be asking MPs and politicians home and abroad about this. THe Anglo-American establishment use Pakistan to sustain Al Qaida, the world knows this and yet US and UK have close links with Pakistan. We should oppose any US-UK military strike against Pakistan and their plan to break up the country.
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'Activism' section please!
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check this

How the Spooks Stole the News
http://www.nineeleven.co.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=13652

maybe we should have a section on the media which seems to be a crucial part of pro-war social engineering

and this

Gestapo Watch - Special Coroners to Protect Police Assassins
http://www.nineeleven.co.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=13443

and Gestapo Watch - MI5/6 & Cops bugging MPs and Lords
http://www.nineeleven.co.uk/board/viewtopic.php?t=13448

Senior police also are systematically decieving the public
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This has been happening quite sucessfully with the War on Children Section which now goes back a long way before it was created - if you see what I mean,
Stefan wrote:As these new topics appear the chances are there are dozens of past threads relating to each. It may be a big job but it would seem neccesary to move all past threads into the new divisions.
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how about one on the E.U?
also the climate change/global wrming debate?
the chemtrails?
how about operation gladio be put into a more wider category of false flag terrorism? then we can have included operation northwoods, etc. unless this needs a seperate section?
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how about one on monetary reform and another on land/self-sufficiency.
i.e offering solutions to the problem.
also local networking/skill sharing with other forum members?
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County sections for activism and networking.
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I am puzzled and often caught out by this proliferation of sections. Taken to their logical conclusion, there would be a section for every identified miscreant. One for Cheney, one for Feith, one for Armitage, Rove, Rockefeller, Kissinger ad inf.

Case in point, I have just belatedly realised that my most recent post on Gaza (a Ha'aretz article) to the General section was posted days ago in 'The Bigger Picture' but garnered no responses.

If the BBS software is up to the task, might I respectfully suggest that however many sections you choose to inaugurate, there will always be one single page that lists all new posts by (user-defined) date or name or poster or subject. True, the search function is supposed to do this already but seems to be a very hit and miss affair. Being able to scan all posts from one ginormous scrolling page would streamline and act as a counterbalance to section proliferation and potential obscurity, IMhO.
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I am puzzled and often caught out by this proliferation of sections. Taken to their logical conclusion, there would be a section for every identified miscreant. One for Cheney, one for Feith, one for Armitage, Rove, Rockefeller, Kissinger ad inf.

Case in point, I have just belatedly realised that my most recent post on Gaza (a Ha'aretz article) to the General section was posted days ago in 'The Bigger Picture' but garnered no responses.

If the BBS software is up to the task, might I respectfully suggest that however many sections you choose to inaugurate, there will always be one single page that lists all new topics by (user-defined) date or name or poster or subject. True, the search function is supposed to do this already but seems to be a very hit and miss affair. Being able to scan all new topics from one ginormous scrolling page would streamline[?] some users' experience and act as a counterbalance to section proliferation and potential obscurity, IMhO.
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might I respectfully suggest that however many sections you choose to inaugurate, there will always be one single page that lists all new topics by (user-defined) date or name or poster or subject.
Doesn't the "View Posts Since Last Visit" button do that.
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Not really, as it doesn't list all topics ever posted, in one central, 'scan-able' pool.

The main reason I raise this issue is that many of us 'on the outside' of the digital divide have enough difficulty as it is even obtaining a workable net connection for more than a few minutes at a time, let alone have connection time suitable for in-depth trawling of separate sections on a number of sites.

There are times locally when the net seems little advanced from the 300baud days of a bygone era ;-/
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my list would be
e.u
false flag terrorisms ie gladio, northwoods, etc
solutions to the problem with sub section on land, money reform, self-sufficiency, greening the cities.
networking/skill sharing/socialising with areas of london and other big cities specified.
film and book recommendations/reviews
secret societies/elites ie freemasons, illuminati, trilateral commission, cfr, aipac, biac,
war on children
home schooling/alternative education
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I've just moved some of the sections up and down and added to the descriptions of some as well.

Please feel free to post suggestions for reorganising forum sections here for the 'continuity 911 forum' which I'll be running after Anthony (from the West Yorkshire group) splits off with his 'wider truth' version.

What about an entire gestapo watch section on bent spooks and coppers?

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THE MEDIA
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Post by TonyGosling »

Its several years since I properly reviewed suggestions here so as part of the 16th anniversary I've created a couple of new sections...

9/11 Truth professional bodies
Firefighters, Military Officers, Journalists, Architects, Religious leaders are all organising to professionally oppose the 'big lie' of the official 9/11 story
http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewforum.php?f=42

WTC7 Salomon Brothers Building - the smoking gun of 9/11
Twenty minutes after Reuters and the BBC announced WTC7 had collapsed - it finally obliged - a controlled demolition at free fall speed despite only some minor fires and not having been hit by any plane - no wonder so many talk about Building 7 as 9/11's 'smoking gun'.
http://www.911forum.org.uk/board/viewforum.php?f=43
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