Do The Majority Of Americans Blame Bush For 9/11? What Ahmadinejad Isn't Telling Us
What Ahmadinejad Isn't Telling Us
Terror Conference In Tehran Will Fall Short Of The Mark
When President Ahmadinejad announced, before the United Nations that most people in the world believe that the U.S. government was involved in the planning and execution of the 9/11 attacks, he told the truth. In America, groups have been popping up for years, not "fringe" types, but military and professional organizations, architects, engineers, pilots, intelligence officers.
There is a vast underground that is never reported, never spoken of in the news and continually threatened. The FBI and Homeland Security have infiltrated these groups, illegal surveillance has been on a massive scale and, as the groups have grown and their reach has touched millions of Americans, the government, in the usual whispers, is talking about mass arrests, "unplugging" the internet, all those things the militia movements of the 90′s said would happen.
Outside the United States, not in the Middle East, but Canada, Europe, Latin America and the Far East, finding people who accept the Bush and Obama administration's "party line" about "box cutters and hijackers" is difficult. No one wants to risk the public scorn of seeming like an imbecile.
However, back here in the "good ole' USA," even comedian Jon Stewart, normally an outspoken critic of government insanity, has agreed to lead a march on Washinton to quell "rumors" about 9/11, rumors of wrongdoing by people he despises.
What is the difference? Why do those outside the United States see things do differently? The answer is freedom of press, the first of the hasty additions to the constitution, a guarantee provided for in the 1st Amendment. There had been assaults on freedom of the press before, particularly during wartime but never anything on the scale seen after 9/11. Across the board, not just the news but even movies and television shows, fiction, censored, propaganda, peddling ignorance, fear and screaming "conspiracy theory" at anyone trying to get word out.
America is a dictatorship.
It isn't just corporate lobbyists or two broken political parties. Elections are rigged, government agencies meant to provide for national security are now doing little but spying on Americans, our military is spread across the planet, tasked with everything but serving the United States. All the while, the "news" is everything but. Americans, to a one, know something is terribly wrong, totally out of control and, even their attempts to get at some semblance of truth are turned against them. The news is censored. With the country embroiled in two failed wars, obviously illegal, proof of war crimes piling up, financial collapse, citizen's rights trampled on, nary a word is said about any of it.
"The president is a Muslim." "Healthcare is socialism." "The rich need their tax breaks, the same ones that pushed the country into 13.5 trillion in debt."
The real message is always the same if you listen carefully, "be afraid, trust in government." What are they really saying? "Greed is good." How is that working out for you?
Ahmadinejad, as of the count yesterday, had 950 stories condemning his "outrageous" statements at the United Nations. Please note that a total of 27 nations walked out, not the people of those nations but representatives of the governments.
What we fail to note is that 163 nations stayed.
A few years ago, Ahmadinejad had a conference to discuss the holocaust. Scholars from around the world came, some openly hostile to Israel, some because they were scholars. It was called "outrageous" and Israel threatened to break up the meeting with a nuclear attack. What happened there, what were the findings? We will never know. Censorship in the American press, the same censorship that prevented evidence proving Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction from reaching the public, the same censorship that should have told Americans that Osama bin Laden had nothing to do with 9/11, was imposed.
The truth never benefits from censorship. Censorship is dictatorship. Dictatorship is when those in power no longer trust the people. A government that doesn't trust its own people can't serve its people, its people serve it. This is the America of today.
9 years of censorship now clouds 9/11.
When President Bush announced that he saw the first plane crash into the World Trade Center, live TV, it was shown once and hidden away. TV never showed that, not real TV, not the kind the public sees. Bush may have watched it, but if he is telling the truth, it means he knew in advance. Does this explain why he simply sat there? When Larry Silverstein said that he ordered one of the World Trade Center buildings, number 7, "pulled," meaning "blown up" did it mean that explosives had been planted in all the buildings? It sure looked like it to me.
How about when Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, said a missile hit the Pentagon? Oh, did he say that? Well, yes he did, live television, you can find the statement on video all over the internet, any normal person can.
The 9/11 Commission couldn't, however.
Same with Rumsfeld telling us that Flight 93 was shot down. Did he say that? Yes he did, live TV, all over the internet. They couldn't find that either.
Nobody told the 9/11 Commission anything about Building 7. It is as though it escaped into another dimension.
It isn't just these statements or Vice President Cheney's orders to allow the planes to go unhindered, testified to on the video above, that make Ahmadinejad much less than "outrageous." It is the hard science, the witness testimony and years of intelligence reports that prove conclusively that "no Muslims were involved in the making of this picture."
What have we proven "conclusively?" One thing for sure, one thing a vast majority of Americans will now consider, that America is a dictatorship.
What they don't know is how it happened or who is running things. The propaganda machine has 200 million people chasing their own tails, blaming each other.
Maybe Muslims did it.
* Gordon Duff is senior editor of Veterans Today.
Do The Majority Of Americans Blame Bush For 9/11?
America's Worst Kept Secret
I learned about 9/11 from the news. Before the second plane had crashed, people in the crowd told me and the rest of America it was Osama bin Laden and Arab hijackers trained in Afghanistan with the help of Saddam Hussein. A BBC reporter then told me Building 7 had just collapsed, though it was almost totally undamaged and standing 47 stories tall, right there on the TV screen behind her.
An Israel film crew, found later to be Mossad agents, partied in the streets, having filmed the attacks. They couldn't control their joy in seeing thousands of Americans die. The equipment gathered up days in advance, cameras loaded the night before.
Hours before the attack, they began their drive, selecting the perfect spot, setting up their cameras and perhaps some other electronic equipment as well. Their rationale, "We were there to film the planes crashing into the World Trade Center."
"God bless us all," those news people are clever ones, prescient to a fault.
Nearly a decade later, rigged elections, phony wars, more CIA drug dealing, economic thievery beyond imagination, accusations of war crimes and more, so much more, faith has been lost in every American institution. Nothing can be trusted, least of all the American government.
The one truth stands out beyond all others. 9/11 was a combined operation between Israel's Mossad and rogue groups in America including the leadership of the White House, Joint Chiefs of Staff and the CIA. It is called a truth because this is where the evidence leads and with it public opinion.
If evidence can't all be destroyed and public opinion controlled then both evidence and public opinion can be "exiled." Thus, a news blackout for 9 years has descended over the US, blocking all reporting of alternative theories on 9/11 with the same vigor used to block questions about Israel's nuclear weapons.
It worked for the Soviet Union, will it work for America? Can a government and press alliance, only possible in a dictatorship, exile reality, sending it to a veritable Siberia, replacing it with myth?
Is the real America a dictatorship?
All rational judgement based on forensic evidence, testimony and documentation leads no other possible direction. It is science, it is law, it is reason. Any other assumption is myth, conspiracy theory but most of all, treason. There is little left in Washington anymore but treason, treason and silence.
Do Americans really believe this, is this how they think? If this is true, then why is nothing done, no general strikes, no marches on Washington? Is there also proof that Americans have lost so much confidence in themselves and each other that no change that isn't "Fox News approved" can hope to succeed?
Do Americans feel powerless and humiliated? Is this why so many troops returning from war are killing themselves?
It is estimated that the current "off year" elections will cost 1.2 billion dollars. Half of that money will come from sources tied to narcotics smuggling from Afghanistan and Mexico and much of the rest will be from arms, oil and insurance industries. The most powerful nation in the history of earth continues to fail in two areas, the endless stream of narcotics coming into America from Mexico and the massive seasonal increases in opium/heroin production in Afghanistan despite billion dollar "eradication" efforts.
This isn't conspiracy theory, it is fact.
With talk about Koran burnings organized by Fox News and how angry the world's 1.2 billion Muslims will be, we see that number again, why is the myth of 9/11, the staged attack on America by Israel and their paid Washington lackeys, so important to sell? Why is the American government so afraid of the American people, why if America is really a democracy?
There is a reason.
People simply don't believe the lies anymore. How do we know this? Did we read it in the papers or hear it on television. Think about it. "A poll today indicated that 74% of Americans no longer accept the findings of the 9/11 Commission." Actually, you will never hear that because we can't discuss the findings of the 9/11 Commission.
There was a report, one rescinded by most of the members, but the findings themselves were something else. Findings are facts, a "report" is what was said, not what was proven, not what was true, not even what was possible.
The Commission found that it had not been allowed to investigate properly, that evidence had been withheld and that crimes were committed by government and military leaders including, not only the destruction of evidence but perjured testimony. The findings of the 9/11 Commission were simple, they found evidence of a criminal conspiracy that prevented an honest investigation.
Those are the findings.
The findings were not published though they were announced, written of in books, articles, speeches were made but the findings are a problem. The findings "found" those that had empowered the Commission were criminals. Is it possible to define a conflict of interest more clearly than this?
How about the "court of public opinion." Let us define "public opinion." We know this, at one point, several years ago, 65% of Europeans believed that 9/11 was an "inside job," meaning that the Bush administration was complicit in the planning and execution of 9/11.
That number is much higher today, estimated at 80%.
The question, however, has never been asked in the United States. Do 65% of Americans believe that 9/11 is was an inside job? Maybe. I think the falling poll numbers of George W. Bush were always based on 9/11 and the belief by some Americans he was complicit. CBS followed Bush popularity ratings and found some startling evidence of a mysterious and inexplicable mistrust many Americans developed after 9/11 and the Iraq War began to fall apart. President Jimmie Carter left office with an approval rating twice that of Bush, even while Iranians held 52 Americans hostage.
(CBS) President Bush will leave office as one of the most unpopular departing presidents in history, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll showing Mr. Bush's final approval rating at 22 percent.
Mr. Bush's final approval rating is the lowest final rating for an outgoing president since Gallup began asking about presidential approval more than 70 years ago.
Seventy-three percent say they disapprove of the way Mr. Bush has handled his job as president over the last eight years.The rating is far below the final ratings of recent two-term presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan, who both ended their terms with a 68 percent approval rating, according to CBS News polling.
Recent one term presidents also had higher ratings than Mr. Bush. His father George H.W. Bush had an end-of-term rating of 54 percent, while Jimmy Carter's rating was 44 percent.
Harry Truman had previously had the lowest end-of-term approval at 32 percent, as measured by Gallup.
Views of Mr. Bush's popularity are highly partisan. Only 6 percent of Democrats approve of the job he has done as president, while 57 percent of Republicans approve. Eighteen percent of independents approve.
Interestingly, Mr. Bush also has the distinction of having the highest approval rating for a president, as well as the lowest.
In November 2008, just before the presidential election, only 20 percent approved of the job he was doing as president – the lowest of any president since Gallup began asking the question in 1938.
But Mr. Bush enjoyed a high approval rating of 90 percent – the highest of any president – following the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001.
With total control of the press and the "Mission Accomplished" victory in Iraq under his belt, the execution of Saddam Hussein and the full and total backing of the oil, defense and financial sectors of the economy, the American people mistrusted Bush like no other person in their history.
There is no other explanation than 9/11. Bush popularity/disapproval ratings were tied to his personal credibility in two areas, Iraq and 9/11. There was no public outcry over the invasion of Iraq but there may well have been a public outcry over treason involving 9/11. There is no other explanation possible.
It isn't "conclusive proof" but it is certainly beyond reasonable doubt. No wonder the media in the United States avoids asking hard questions about 9/11.
With only most recent trends bringing Israeli complicity in the planning and execution to the forefront, the 'Dancing Israelis," the Larry Silverstein admissions and recent revelations of Mossad sponsored terrorism, empirical evidence of a strong public outcry against Israel doesn't exist. The same, however, can't be made for President Bush, Vice President Cheney and their closest associates and advisers.
Only one possible thing could bring a 90% approval rating down to 22%.
By 2009, 78% of Americans believed that President Bush was responsible for 9/11, either directly or indirectly. How many simply believe Bush was "asleep at the switch?" How many believe something more? Is the most common belief that he had foreknowledge and chose to do nothing?
Is the media frenzy, even to the point of endangering our troops in the field, a admission that 9/11 treason may blow America apart? Is this why President Obama has kept so many of the illegal Bush security protocols in place? Is this why a "kill switch" has been installed on the internet and a "conspiracy czar" has been appointed by President Obama, one who has openly stated"
"attempts by conspiracy theorists to tie Israel to 9/11 are the greatest security threats to the United States"…..Cass Sunstein, Obama Regulatory Czar.
September 2001, 90% – January 2009, 22%
Were the numbers to have crashed when the economy tanked in 2007 it would be one thing. Bush was down in the 20% range in 2006. Were people to hate Bush as they did Nixon or see him as ineffective as they did with Carter, this could also be a rationale. Neither factor applies, there is little question of this. Even those who most strongly disapproved of Bush never found him indecisive.
What is clear is one thing and one thing only, trust, not just minor suspicions of lack of ability or political game-playing.
The suspicion is clear. A majority of Americans suspect President Bush may have been involved in treason.
Ask this question anywhere in the world, Europe, Canada, Latin America or the Middle East, even ask it in Japan. The truth, the only truth available to Americans, is that they are not that different than the rest of the world. America is not a nation of fools or dupes.
They are simply reported that way.
* Gordon Duff is senior editor of Veterans Today
A découvrir aussi
- Attaqué pour ses propos sur le 11-Septembre, Mathieu Kassovitz poursuit en diffamation
- Iran: Ahmadinejad met en doute la version des attentats du 11 septembre 2001
- 11 septembre : La disparition des preuves - Démolition contrôlée