reply to post by benrl
Oh absolutely NOT the government as a whole...it was only 'factions' within, with external elements aiding. It would have been impossible to have
kept a lid on if it had been an entire government.
Factions within the US military, local NY government, corporate business (L.S for example) and outside / foreign agencies, such as Mossad and i'm
embarrassed to say, i suspect British elements were either directly involved with the planning, or were bit players...a supporting cast.
I'd be surprised if in total there were any more than 30 - 50 people involved in the entire conspiracy...certainly not the entire US government, or
military, or indeed any of the other elements would not have been the majority of their respective departments that is for absolute certain.
It's like NASA..it employs thousands and thousands of workers, scientists, and contract staff...hardly any of those will have been privy to the cover
ups that routinely go on there...(and yes, i do think we have been to the Moon..many, many times, and elsewhere besides.)
The secret of any successful conspiracy, is to keep the numbers who know to a minimum...and liquidate those down the ladder, who you had to make use
Less people who know, means less chance someone will expose the truth.
In answer to your question about Iran...why not? As you point out, Ahmadinejad isn't saying anything he hasn't said before, so it's not like he's
inventing anything new.
In my view, he has as much right to express his opinion as anyone else is. He's not saying anything that doesn't get said on this website and
hundreds of others routinely, even on the anniversary of the atrocities.