Title: "Local Cipro tabs: daily dose."
Who was he in terms of his religious and political beliefs? The anthrax letters were designed to make it appear that Muslims were behind the attacks. What's in Bruce Ivins's background to either support or refute that he would want to conduct a false-flag operation all by himself or at all? Our understanding is that Bruce was a registered Democrat.

What was his motive? What did he stand to gain?

If nothing in his background can suggest that he would want to cause people to believe that Muslims were behind the attacks, then he didn't do it. It would mean he's being framed. It would mean that the FBI is framing him to divert attention and investigation and research away from the real perpetrators of the false-flag operation.

However, in a post entitled, "FBI attempts to blame 911 Anthrax blackmail on dead zionist," they claim a copy of a letter to the editor of the Fredrick NewsPost, dated August 24, 2006, from Ivins stating the following:

End of 'dialogue'
Originally published August 24, 2006
Rabbi Morris Kosman is entirely correct in summarily rejecting the demands of the Frederick Imam for a "dialogue."
By blood and faith, Jews are God's chosen, and have no need for "dialogue" with any gentile. End of "dialogue."
— BRUCE IVINS, Frederick

If that is from Ivins (has it been authenticated?), then Ivins background or openly stated beliefs would not rule him out as the possible perpetrator. Of course, we don't have the whole thing in the context of all his writings. That's the only way to truly evaluate such things.

Now, if he was a militant Christian-Zionist (is there any other kind?), then it would be very suspicious as to why the FBI would stop the search at Ivins. They would check his entire circle. Of course, we've seen what has happened when even hundreds of Israeli spies have been found out in America: Nothing. They just go back to Israel without even a slap on the wrist. They have been treated as if their loyalties are as much or more for America than they are for Zionism. That's not to say that the RLCC is for punishing Israeli spies. We aren't for punishing anyone. It's not the Golden Rule. We point it out though just so people won't be duped.

Also, reports say that he passed two lie-detector tests about his loyalty. The second test was given after he became a suspect. Such tests aren't 100% accurate, but with Bruce's apparent high anxiety and depression, it's unlikely he would have been able to create the emotional flat state necessary to fool the equipment. He would have had to have been an amazing actor (highly trained by Mossad?; took himself out as spies will do?). Also, such a person would not find it necessary to commit suicide. He would have been sure of himself.

His handwriting passed the test of handwriting expert analysis concerning who penned the anthrax letters.

Furthermore, the new forensic tests the FBI used to trace the strain to Ivins is questioned by experts in the field. In addition, many people besides Ivins had access to the exact strain.

They didn't revoke his security clearance the whole time. They didn't even begin a Grand Jury.

Now we have the resurfacing of the story about Cyc, a computer program for the DoD by Cycorp, that supposedly predicted the anthrax attack six months before it happened. See my post, "ANTHRAX ATTACK FALSE-FLAG IN ANY CASE." In the original story, the article makes light of the program. That's a great psy-ops seed to plant isn't it.

Now we have the Alex Jones site,, reminding us that "it was Hauer that reportedly advised the White House to begin taking Cipro, an antibiotic which is effective against anthrax, on the very day of 9/11 and one week before the first anthrax letter was received."
WTC 7 Emergency Head Was Building Collapse Specialist
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Thursday, July 10, 2008

Jerome Hauer was Rudy Giuliani's chief emergency manager. Hauer was located in WTC 7. The infowars post speaks about how every detail of Hauer's instant theory about who was responsible for 9/11 has remained the official conspiracy theory. It only raises suspicions, but without a thorough, independent (with Truthers also directly involved and who cannot be vetoed, just as no Supreme Court justice can be vetoed from writing a dissenting opinion), proper criminal investigation, the people will never know.

Do you trust people who have the mentality to conduct false-flag operations? I don't. The neocons have the mentality. It's traceable directly to them. It isn't traceable to me. They have the terrorist mentality. I don't. I hate terrorism. They only hate it when their enemies use it; otherwise, they loved Shock and Awe that was exactly a terrorist action — no doubt about it. It was pure Winston Churchill — put the fear into them. Make them feel helpless. Make them think that resistance is futile.

Let's not forget that people within the FBI who covered up all sorts of things about 9/11 were promoted. That's all you need to know really to know that they are not telling all about Bruce Ivins.


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