posted on Sep, 2 2009 @ 10:59 PM
I honestly believe people with such claims from within the intelligence community are nothing but Red Herrings.
In essence they are still selling the official story. That story being Osama Bin Laden carried out the attacks using radical Muslim fundamentalist
The only thing that differs is the claims that credible advanced knowledge of the attack was held in the highest hands and nothing was done to thwart
it even knowing it was actionable intelligence.
This now makes it a Pearl Harbor type of incident where conspiracy theorists claim President Roosevelt knew in advance of the attacks and allowed them
It was still the Japanese though, no matter how you slice it.
In this case, with this story, it’s still Al Qaeda no matter how you slice it. It’s just now we hold someone accountable in a way that makes it
seem like an individual or group of individuals profited financially off of their inside knowledge but that it was still Al Qaeda that masterminded
the attack and independently carried out the attack.
I don’t buy that. I don’t buy that the man is actually a Government defector or is a whistle blower or any such thing. I think it’s just one
more little bow on a present that’s still gift wrapped the same basic way but now just a little prettier.
I believe 9-11 was an inside, inside job but this is just phony inside information for people who insist that there must be more to the story and some
inside information they haven’t been told, and since this has the inside information gift wrap on it…
If this man was a weak link in the food chain he would have never gotten so high up the food chain, and he would have been dead well before he opened
his mouth to share ‘real’ inside information of the type that was never meant to be shared…aka the real truth, the whole truth, nothing but the
I don’t believe Al Qaeda or Osama Bin Laden carried out 9-11, and I don’t believe this man’s story either.
All this is saying is Chaney is expendable and a man like Chaney is always expendable to the people who employ him, and men like Chaney know they are
expendable when employed.