Okay ... Let's temper this discussion with logic and not let prejudices and emotions cloud the goal, deal?
First, to say, "Those Jews ... Hitler was right." Please. If in fact 9/11 was a Mossad operation, (which in essence means Zionist) and I'm not
discounting it ... they do have the connections and the means ... Let's not condemn all of Israel or all the Jews worldwide. Remember, all Zionists
are Jews. Not all Jews are Zionist.
Here comes the logic:
Let's, say ... the CIA planned and attacked ... the Vatican, using Protestants with an airplane. It doesn't matter why, whatever the reason, they
thought it necessary. First, the Italians and the Catholics would condemn all Protestants. (Like we all did towards Muslims after 9/11) But, then it
comes out that the CIA was (or may have) been behind it. Then the battle cry would be "Those dam Americans! The Japanese Government in 1941 was right
Would that be a just statement?
Of course not.
Being an American ... I didn't want to harm the Vatican. The CIA didn't count me, or any of us, the loyal U.S. citizens among the few who knew they
were going to do this aggressive thing supposedly on our behalf. The CIA is out of control, apparently. But, how can the common citizenry stop them?
We can't. That is reality. All we can do is hope the three branches of our Government grow some gonads and stop the CIA from doing, or continuing to
do whatever it is they started.
Just as the Israeli Government would need to do, if in fact the Mossad had anything to do with 9/11.
Now, don't you feel silly blaming all of Judaism and every Israeli, man, woman and child for 9/11?
This thread's main point, as headlined "The Military knows Israel did it!!!"
has only one purpose; to sensationalize a statement made by one man. Without any corroborating evidence, testimonies, documents ... etc.
I'll admit, Dr. Sabrosky's bio is impressive -
-From the site: www.salem-news.com
A Marine Corps Vietnam veteran and a 1986 graduate of the U.S. Army War College, Dr. Sabrosky’s teaching and research appointments have included the
United States Military Academy, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Middlebury College and Catholic University; while in
government service, he held concurrent adjunct professorships at Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced
International Studies (SAIS). Dr. Sabrosky has lectured widely on defense and foreign affairs in the United States and abroad.
Since he offers no proof, and unless he has added to his list of achievements the discovery of clairvoyance (the power to perceive things that are not
present to the normal senses ... i.e. sixth sense) then his statement is merely speculation.
I mean no offense to the OP. Nor does that mean this discussion is invalid, IMO. Everything should be discussed, scrutinized, and proven or disproven
to the best our research will allow.
But I do have a problem with 'single source intel'.
There is a process, a procedure, that used to be the absolute 'first rule' in Journalism. Their credo, if you will: Get a minimum of two
independent sources for your information. Then, qualify and verify those corroborating sources (as to their credibility and authenticity) before you
go to press. The Internet changed all that. If one youtube video announces "They have found it! A way to turn lead into gold!" Then everyone goes
brain dead and accepts it as truth without question.
So, discussion is good! Great, even!
But the rush to condemn, to accuse without warrant ... and worse, the hate that seems to blossom from these discussions are not in any way useful.
If you disagree with anything I've said, you certainly have that right.
Just don't go spoutin'
"Hey, your heritage is Italian, right? Then we should bomb Italy!"