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[]9/11 - Was the Bush administration complicit?

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posted on Feb, 1 2008 @ 11:59 AM

The unanswered questions about 9-11 can no longer be ignored. A new, more comprehensive investigation by the US Congress is required, given all of the unusual circumstantial evidence on 9-11. Although it happened 6 years ago, the questions just won’t go away. Unless such an investigation is done, the conspiracy theories will only gain more traction with the American people and call into doubt what really happened forever more. Because of the importance of 9-11 in launching America on a War on Terror and wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the issues demand closer review, than what now appears to have been a whitewash by the first 9-11 Commission.

In Project for a New American Century, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and other prominent neo-cons called for a new “Pearl Harbor” in order to create a pretext for curtailing American civil liberties and embarking on pre-emptive wars against regimes they did not like. It is now known that Cheney, Rumsfeld and other neo-cons within the Bush Administration were planning a war on Iraq long before 9-11, just as they are now planning for pre-emptive strikes on Iran in defiance of the wishes of the majority of the American people.

On 9/11/2001, Dick Cheney was coordinating multiple war games intended to prepare for the type of terrorist strike that happened. Due to the war games, military personnel that would otherwise be available to respond to 9-11 were otherwise engaged. Cheney instructed NORAD defenses to stand down that day. He even instructed that flight 77 be allowed to proceed without being intercepted. Why would that be, if it was not a false flag event?


Good read . What do you guys think ? Looks like some good evidence and or things to question.

[edit on 1-2-2008 by oLDWoRLDDiSoRDeR]


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