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Former Governor Jesse Ventura Questions Official 9/11 Story

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posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 06:51 AM
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Former Minnesota Governor, actor and wrestling star Jesse Ventura has publicly questioned the official version of events behind 9/11 and gone further than ever before in citing Operation Northwoods and the Gulf of Tonkin as examples of how the government has planned and carried out staged war provocations in the past.

Ventura has temporarily left his Baja Mexico surfing lifestyle to lend support to Texas gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman. At a press conference yesterday Ventura said that the Republicans and Democrats were "destroying our country" and its political process. Sporting a beard and dreadlocks, the former Vietnam veteran also criticized the Iraq war.

Ventura first stated that he had many unanswered questions about 9/11. The former Governor cited Operation Northwoods, a 1962 Joint Chiefs of Staff plan to stage terror attacks and kill American citizens to start a war with Cuba, as an example of how the U.S. government wanted to kill its own people and blame it on foreign enemies to justify war. Ventura found it painful, having dutifully served himself, that elements within the government would go to such barbaric and deceitful lengths to con its own populace into supporting militarism.

Ventura then raised the issue of the Gulf of Tonkin, citing recently released declassified information confirming that American ships were never attacked and the incident was manufactured in order to provide the entree to the Vietnam war. This was particularly unpalatable for Ventura because he joined as a Navy Seal on September 11 1969, fought in Vietnam and lost many friends there.

Ventura said that the argument that Americans should give up liberty in exchange for security in the war on terror was horrible and that government should never be trusted. He encouraged Americans to be skeptical of anything the government claims in light of their past duplicity.

I always Liked mister Ventura - I remember him from Predator the Movie, and from watching Wrestling when I was in high-school. But now I like him even more!

It is Good to see Famous and Influental Americans to stand up and start to ask Questions and start do Doubt Official Bushy stories about 9-11 - which also means, that they will take with them a whole lot of people, who do listen to them and will maybe start to be more skeptical towards the current goverment, which has done a whole lot to make entire Planet a far more dangerous place to live in, exchanged Liberty for Security and spread Fear and Paranoia towarads Islam across the World.




posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 07:00 AM
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Souljah, It's funny that you had the first line exactly the same with what I was thinking: "I've always liked that man!"


Actually I always have, every interview I have seen, he has been no nonsense, he will tell you like it is and that's that. I wonder if Gov. Ventura is an ATS member. Because while most 9/11 Truthers shoot from the hip about scientists studying explosions and whatnot, he pulled out valid reasons to at least question what happened based on previous actions taken and/or planned by the US. He fought with information, and that was definitely denying ignorance in my book.


Then to say that both the Dems/Repubs are destroying the country and the political process... Amen bro!

Good find, Souljah, even if it is from Alex.


[edit on 9/27/06 by niteboy82]



posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 07:17 AM
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Originally posted by Souljah

Ventura has temporarily left his Baja Mexico surfing lifestyle to lend support to Texas gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman...... Sporting a beard and dreadlocks, the former Vietnam veteran also criticized the Iraq war.


I just wonder if the 'beard and dreadlocks and surfing' detracts from the message to mainstream society. What percentage of people would automatically dismiss his message because he wasn't wearing a shirt and tie?

I remember him doing commentary on WCW back in the day, and he always struck me as being pretty sharp. Of course, a spoon would have appeared sharp in comparison to some of the people that appeared on WCW.


TD



posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 11:43 AM
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Jesse Ventura for President

Give em hell Jesse...


This guy has always had big balls... now they have been given a steel coating.
Its one thing to piss off Howard Dean...But Dean couldnt bench press 300 LBS.

Dems and Reps look out...
... the Body is cleanin house



posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 11:51 AM
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I always liked him too, but all it states is that he has some unanswered questions (none of them are listed). I only hope that he is not used by the Left agenda to a point where he is blacklisted by everyone. Big men with big balls are often left crying when they speak out on certain issues. He is a former military man who is stating he knows that the government will kill their own for an agenda which he saw first hand. Seems however that words are bieng put in his mouth also, i would not be suprised in the coming days to see something of a retraction.


I'd vote for him for the big office. We had an actor, why not a wrestler?



posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 12:08 PM
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I'm Canadian and I like Guvna' Jesse! I'd prefer President Ventura... I'm a Libertarian-Socialist (don't ask) and I think the world needs this guy, Right F'n Now.

Give him free-reign and 6 commando buddies, two cases of beer each, a Spectre-130 gunship and a roll of duct tape and no more Usama... no more Taliban, no more lies! Go Jesse!!! Throttle-Up... see you in Muskoka next summer!

Victor K.

[edit on 27-9-2006 by V Kaminski]



posted on Sep, 27 2006 @ 12:20 PM
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Seems however that words are bieng put in his mouth also, i would not be suprised in the coming days to see something of a retraction.


I think thats some hopeful wishing on your part..... Jesse sounds very much like his own man... I listened to the first part of the interview that Alex Jones did with him......The second part is coming up on the Jones radio show in a few minutes.



posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 12:48 PM
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It is not wishful thinking, it is hoping that a good man does not get misquoted.



posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 01:08 PM
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Alex Jones Interviews Jesse Ventura 9/25/2006

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I think Ventura knows that powerful criminals are controlling our government. Ventura said he has given up fighting.



posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 11:58 PM
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All we need now is Captian Lou Albano's testimony and it will eb air tight.



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