Conspiracy theorists the world around believe the United States government was involved in the 9-11 attacks. The attack was needed to springboard the
New World Order
into other countries around the world. With the 2004 Presidential elections
looming in the near future, could Court appointed President George W. Bush be planning the unthinkable?
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The horrible attack on US infrastructure, society, economy and the mental well being of humans world wide, may have been the most detrimental event I
have witnessed in my lifetime. The possibility that a government, which was once respected throughout the world, could be behind it is appalling. The
worst may be yet to come.
I believe the stage is being set for a nuclear attack on the United States. There has never been so much talk in the media about Nuclear Weapons until
recently. A story by CNN reporter Jamie Allen on November 9,2001 was one of the first mentioning the possibility of a nuclear threat. Not since
the height of the Cold War have Americans seriously considered they could come under nuclear attack. But when President Bush said Tuesday that Osama
bin Laden's al Qaeda terrorist network is likely seeking weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear bombs, the possibility that the unthinkable
could happen suddenly seemed less remote.
Now over two years later, there have been unconfirmed reports of Al-Qaede acquiring
. Brian Ross of ABC News stated, There's no evidence such a device has been
smuggled into the country. And even if it had, experts say it would be extremely difficult for terrorists to detonate. And a congressman who has been
studying the subject for years on the subject say there's no doubt that such nuclear suitcases do exist.
In fact they do exist. The United States as well as Russia built nuke suitcases during the cold war. "I can tell you unequivocally we built these
devices similar to this and so did the Soviets during the Cold War,"
said Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa. "The defense minister of Russia told me to
my face, 'Yes, congressman, we built these devices. Just as your country built them during the Cold War."
Questions have been raised about
Russias inventory. Russian President Vladimir Putin told 20/20's Barbara Walters none of the nuclear suitcases is missing. "I don't really
believe this is true,"
Putin said. "These are just legends. One can probably assume that somebody tried to sell some nuclear secrets. But
there is no documentary confirmation of those developments."
"There is no longer much doubt that Bin Laden has finally succeeded in his quest for nuclear suitcase bombs,"
says Yossef Bodansky, head of
the Congressional Task Force on Non-Conventional Terrorism in Washington. In a recent book, Bodansky reports that Bin Laden's associates acquired the
devices through Chechnya, paying the Chechens $30 million in cash and two tons of Afghan heroin, worth about $70 million in Afghanistan and about 10
times that on the street in Western cities. Bodansky's statements corroborate 1998 testimony by former Russian security chief Alexander Lebed to the
U.S. House of Representatives.
Lebed said that 43 nuclear suitcases from the former Soviet arsenal, developed for the KGB in the 1970s, have vanished since the collapse of the
former Soviet Union a decade ago. Lebed said one person could detonate such a bomb by himself, and kill 100,000 people. Now, why in the world would
the ex-Soviet Union sell nuclear weapons to someone that has fought against them?
Bin Laden left Saudi Arabia to fight the Soviet army in Afghanistan after Moscows invasion in 1979. By 1984, he was running a front organization
known as Maktab al-Khidamar - the MAK -, which funneled money, arms and fighters from the outside world into the Afghan war. The MAK was supported by
Pakistans state security services, the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, or ISI, the CIAs primary instrument for conducting the covert war against
Moscows occupation. The CIA, at the time, was more concerned about the one-dimensionally anti-Soviet stand the Arab fighters had. So bin Laden, along
with a small group of Islamic militants from Egypt, Pakistan, Lebanon, Syria and Palestinian refugee camps all over the Middle East, became partners
of the CIA in its war against Moscow.
Now we have the CIA supporting Bin Laden against the Soviets. Bin Laden had split from the MAK in 1988 and established a new group, al-Qaeda, that
included many of the more extreme MAK members he had met in Afghanistan. With the end of the Soviet Union and the beginning of a democracy in Russia,
Soviet defectors could have sold the weapons to OBL as a result of the change. The ones that were once in control, who had power, suddenly didnt have
it anymore. So, why not help in the eventual downfall of democracy, and be very well paid for it also.
Before 9-11, security at borders, airports, and seaports were nowhere near the capacity and standards that they are at today. The probabilities of
bringing nuclear weapons into the country were very high. Even today, not every single bag is checked, every shipment is not checked, and borders are
not secure. I personally know people that have slipped across the border in the last year. It is not known if they had anything on them, whether it
is clothes or bombs. The reality of the situation is we still are not safe. In the years to come, that may be the case. However we still have not
routed anything out that may have been in place pre 9-11.
[Edited on 20-5-2004 by TrickmastertricK]