Stubblebine has made his views clear on September 11th in the past, and was featured in the 2006 documentary One Nation Under Siege, also expressing his views on what he believes hit (or didn't hit) the Pentagon.
While Stubblebine obviously is speaking the truth in these videos regarding 9/11, there is much that many of those watching may not know about the man, but should.
Stubblebine and his wife, Rima Laibow, are certainly not new to the Patriot/Truth movement, and are founders of the Natural Solutions Foundation, which is billed as "a non-profit corporation devoted to protecting and promoting health freedom."
Stubblebine and his wife have spoken around the country about the dangers of vaccinations, the pharmaceutical cartels, and GMO foods. They have been particularly outspoken about codex alimentarius, which seeks to eliminate, or at least greatly restrict people's access to supplements and organic foods.
Stubblebine and his wife also have ties to the UFO community.
Stubblebine has an incredibly interesting background in areas pertaining to parapsychology, remote viewing and psychotronic warfare. An article titled Timeline of Secret Government Projects: LSD, Esalen, HAARP and the Cosmic Cointelpro (Or When You Dance with the Devil) sheds a rather interesting and revealing light on General Stubblebine:
General Albert Stubblebine. Former head of the U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command (INSCOM) 1981-84 . Masters degree in chemical engineering from Columbia. Signed classified contracts with the Monroe Institute. (Emerson, Steven, Secret Warriors, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1988, pg 103-4).
Stubblebine often met with Noriega while he was a US intelligence asset. (Emerson, 1988, pg 110-1) Stubblebine was the former boss of Col. John Alexander, and the two have held numerous "spoon-bending" parties. Friends with Lyn Buchanan [according to a representative from PSI TECH, the two are not friends]. Stubblebine is married to ufologist Rima Laibow. (Porter, Tom, Government Research into ESP & Mind Control, March, 1996)
Soon after becoming head of INSCOM, Stubblebine began a program called the "High Performance Task Force", a series of methods to improve his officer's performance. These ranged from the neuro-linquistic programming of Tony Robbins to the hemisynch tapes of the Monroe Institute, where Stubblebine often sent his officers. (Schnabel, Jim, Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies, Dell, 1997, pg 276)
The "spoon-bending parties" were initiated by a west coast defence industry consultant, Jack Houck. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 278)
Following an incident involving an officer having a psychotic episode at the Monroe Institute, Stubblebine resigned in 1984. He was replaced by Major General Harry Soyster. (Schnabel, 1997, pg 316) Formerly Vice President for 'Intelligence Systems' of BDM of McClean, Virginia." As of 1992, Chairman of PSI-TECH.
"Laibow, Stubblebine and ufologist Victoria Lacas (with [C.B. Scott] Jones in the shadows) toured Europe and the Soviet Union, where they have established a prodigious UFO/Psi network."
(Durant, Robert J., "Will the Real Scott Jones Please Stand Up?")
Stubblebine gave a lecture at the International Symposium on UFO Research, sponsored by the International Association for New Science, in Denver, Colorado (May 22-25, 1992). This gives a good example of Stubblebine's coherence (or lack thereof) and paranoia (he often threatened to destroy the tape). Stubblebine claimed that none of the members of the remote viewing program had prior psychic abilities or interests (all other sources state that they did).
Knowing this information, one must ask themselves if Stubblebine and his wife are genuine and as they portray themselves to their audience? What agenda do these people really serve if it's not to expose the truth? It's unlikey that someone like Stubblebine, involved in such a line of work as he was, did not belong to high secret societies which he would no doubt still belong to.
It came to my attention long ago that the so-called "Truth" movement is itself a psychological operation and dialectical CON that is NOT what its adherents believe it to be. While I do believe there are some genuine voices out there, they are few and far between and are rarely heard by any large audience. Most of the people who are promoted to the top in this movement are there for a reason, and it's time that people wake up to that and question who these people really are.
While much of the aforementioned information is not as widely known as it should be, it's not exactly unheard of, either. You would think that people would be a little more critical in their thinking, researching who these people are and confronting them directly. Let's look at the number of people in the Truth movement that belong to the ultra-secret Council for National Policy (CNP), yet I never hear their motives questioned on any of the big "alternative" radio shows they're regularly on.
My future articles will be taking a critical and in-depth look at the Truth movement, its members and the agenda it serves in the dialectic.