Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Fwd: Most Important Videos I've Ever Seen - These Explain Everything!

I couldn't get the links below to load. I did a google video search for Alfred Webre, and had better success. http://video.google.com/videosearch?um=1&tab=wv&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&rls=com.microsoft%3Aen-us&q=Alfred%20Webre%20


I thought I had seen it all, read it all, heard it all. That was
until I saw the following two videos.

Taken from a May 5, 2007 speech called "The Knowledge Exchange"
filmed in New Westminster, B.C., Canada by Alfred L Webre, J.D.,
M.Ed., the videos explain the reasons for US wars since the first
World War. The films also expose the history and rationale of many
of the war crimes against humanity that are led by those in positions
in power in the US with the assistance of international war crimes
racketeers. Such war crimes include the False Flag Operation of 9/11,
Depleted Uranium, and numerous other grievous offenses being
committed against innocent citizens of the world.

In less than the time it takes to watch a movie at the local
theater, I guarantee that these films, each less than one hour in
length, will teach you some things you did not already know. They
cost nothing to watch but explain everything.

These eye-opening videos, featuring the highly knowledgeable and
well-spoken Webre, should be required viewing for every high school
student, as they educate Americans about the real story of US
history, our political system, and war-making orchestrations. None
of this information, supremely critical to every American, is ever
taught in the US public education system, the mainstream media, or on
television.

Watch them quickly and please forward this along widely.

Part One

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-4744924856627627790

Part Two

http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=3895674382259647296

To find out about the upcoming Citizen's 9/11 War Crimes Tribunal,
visit: http://peaceinspace.blogs.com/911/ .

Thank you in advance.

Cathy Garger

www.mytown.ca/garger

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