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Originally posted by vipertech0596
reply to post by Drunkenshrew
The 2.3 trillion dollar lie again? Seriously?? Hasn't that been debunked enough times on here?
Why were these terrorists not imprisoned and given a trial
by jury? More allegiance to Israel as in the USSLIBERTY?
More sacrifices in the name of going to war?
Originally posted by Drunkenshrew
I don't believe that 9/11 was a distraction to kill the story of the unaccounted money. But $ 2.3 trillion is not a minor error. Bookkeepers don't make errors which add to such a gigantic sum without having a clue, where they have made their error..
Ok the links aside the author makes some far fetched claims like remote controlled airlines hitting twin towers which are quiet hard to digest for me personally.
* As a correspondent for ITN’s News At Ten and the BBC’s Panorama programme (covering wars and conflicts wherever they were taking place in the world).
* As a researcher and author.
* As a participant at leadership level, working to a Security Council background briefing, in the covert diplomacy of the search for peace.
He’s been to war with the Israelis and the Arabs, but the learning experience he values most, and which he believes gave him rare insight, came from his one-to-one private conversations over the years with many leaders on both sides of the conflict. With, for example, Golda Meir, Mother Israel, and Yasser Arafat, Father Palestine. The significance of these private conversations was that they enabled him to be aware of the truth of what leaders really believed and feared as opposed to what they said in public for propaganda and myth-sustaining purposes.
It was because of his special relationships with leaders on both sides that, in 1980, he found himself sucked into the covert diplomacy of conflict resolution…
President Carter had been prevented by Prime Minister Begin from involving the PLO in the peace process, an opening made possible because Arafat had signalled, secretly and seriously, that he was ready to make peace with an Israel inside more or less its pre-1967 borders. Carter was in despair and said, in private, that events had once again proved that it was impossible to advance the peace process by institutional diplomacy (because of the pork-barrel nature of American politics and the Zionist lobby’s awesome influence). It was then suggested to Alan that he should undertake an unofficial, covert diplomatic mission to get an exploratory dialogue going between Arafat and Peres, with himself initially the linkman.
Originally posted by hooper
reply to post by LarryLove
No, there are not. There is a lot of baseless innuendo deeply rooted in anti-semitism, but no legitimate questions.
Pointing out the obvious anti-semitism in the OP is NOT derailing the thread.