Masterminds of 9/11
by Jeremy A Vaeni
Rated "G" by the Author.
edited: Thursday, August 26, 2004
Posted: Thursday, August 26, 2004
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In case you came late to the game, you will now figure out who was behind the 9/11 attacks on America.
Hey, anyone NOT paying attention to the Swift Boat Veterans For Truth ad campaign controversy?
I will now share with you the most important aspect of this ordeal that you will not find anywhere else.
Texas billionaire friends of Bush fund an ad campaign to smear John Kerry's unimpeachable war record. Bush claims no one in his camp is involved and the fact that it's being funded by his best friends is a coincidence and that he respects what Kerry has done in service to his country, contrary to this ad campaign...but Bush will not ask that the campaign stop. All of this, of course, serves Bush's reelection goals and so one would have to be mentally impotent to honestly believe no one in the Bush camp helped orchestrate the ads.
Okay, those are the straight facts. Now here's another ordeal and some other straight facts.
Saudi billionaire friends of Bush fund an impossibly successful attack on America. Bush claims no one in his camp is involved and the fact that it was funded by his best friends is a coincidence, everything else a conspiracy theory.... Bush launches a war on terror (whatever that means) but will not attack or even question the Saudis who did this. All of this, of course, serves Bush's PNAC goals [look into what PNAC is if you don't know] and so one would have to be mentally impotent to honestly believe no one in the Bush camp helped orchestrate 9/11.
The above stated facts are not in dispute. Those are the accepted, mainstream scenarios on each issue. They are THE SAME SCENARIO.
To question Bush on these issues is unpatriotic and unchristian. So don't. Instead, why don't we look at who is running his reelection campaign to figure out who ran the 9/11 attacks--because it is clearly the same tactic.
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|Reviewed by Safi Abdi
|I wouldn't put it past him...
|Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine
|Based on my research for my book, _The Women of Afghanistan Under the Taliban_, there were three countries involved in supporting the Taliban (who were more than tribesmen; they were also foreign nationals): Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emerites. Of course, you could say the U.S. indirectly supported the Taliban by supplying arms and/or funds to one of these three countries. Best wishes, R|
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