9/11 Commission Senators Change Their Story, Admit They Didn't Fully Investigate: OS BS

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posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 05:08 PM
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Saudi Arabia has funded and continues to fund religous schools and mosques throughout the world that promote their Wahhabi sect of Sunni Islam. The problem with this is that it often aids radical Islamist clerics, xenophobics, Islamic fundementalists and terrorists in ingraining their philosophy into the vulnreable, primarily children but also devoute Wahhabi Muslims. Thus one could safely say that if they are not directly linked to the attacks, they certainly are indirectly linked to it.




posted on Mar, 2 2012 @ 11:01 PM
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Zionism was around LONG before WW2.


I am still trying to work this one out, what is your take on it?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 01:46 PM
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After ten years it is important to reassess what we know and do not know about the events that culminated in 9/11, particularly the actions of the CIA and the FBI and the denial of critical information to the 9/11 Commission.

Today, we can confidently say:

1) the most important truths still remain unknown, in large part because many of the most important documents are still either unreleased or heavily redacted;
2) the efforts at cover-up continue, if anything more aggressively than before;
3) In addition to the cover-up, there has been what former 9/11 Commission staffer John Farmer has called either “unprecedented administrative incompetence or organized mendacity” on the part of key figures in Washington.30 These figures include President Bush, Vice-President Cheney, NORAD General Richard Myers, and CIA Director George Tenet. They include also President Clinton’s National Security Advisor, Samuel Berger, who prior to testifying on these matters, went to the National Archives and removed, and presumably destroyed, key relevant documents.31 In his book, Farmer has in effect endorsed both of these alternatives.





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