Italian Supreme Court head calls for international 9/11 inquiry

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posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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Italian Supreme Court head calls for international 9/11 inquiry


www.digitaljournal.com

Fernando Imposimato, the President of the Italian Supreme Court, has raised the call for a criminal investigation of 9/11, comparing the terror attacks to the declassified "false flag" incidents carried out by the CIA in Italy under Operation Gladio.

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posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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This is the first time I've seen such a high profile figure come out and call for a proper criminal investigation into 9/11.

The article goes on to making a stunning confession-



In addition, Imposimato made a stunning revelation. "I have collected in Italy evidence that the Iraq War was decided on by the U.S. Government before the 9/11 attacks with the help of the Italian Secret Service," he wrote.

"The only possibility for achieving justice is to submit the best evidence concerning the involvement of specific individuals in 9/11 to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and ask him to investigate," Imposimato concluded



This is what it is going to take. More high profile people need to call for justice and a proper investigation, the people deserve more than what the 9/11 Commission covered up.



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posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 09:02 PM
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Hmmm.......I feel someone might go "swimming with the fishes" soon then?................watch this space?



posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 09:26 PM
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Great catch on this... However I feel about what happened that day, there really isn't much arguing the incomplete nature of the 'investigation' that was done. Witnesses apparently weren't talked to and evidence was looked at selectively while some evidence wasn't available then at all but is now.

I wouldn't mind seeing a proper and open investigation of the event and from all sides.....whether it confirms my own thoughts on what happened or what others think. Either way, the historical record needs better than has been given, by a long shot.



posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 10:11 PM
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This is what it is going to take. More high profile people need to call for justice and a proper investigation, the people deserve more than what the 9/11 Commission covered up.


History is such a malleable thing, isn't it?

All one needs to do to change history is attain a proper office of power and decree that your office has learned that history is a little different from what you're being told.

For example, the U.S. Civil war was over slavery, wasn't it?

Of course not. But it makes it easier to justify denying qualified people positions based on the pigmentation of their skin - because people of a different pigmentation were, obviously, fought over.

Hell, some people get a little carried away and try to change biology while they're at it. Did you know that you will not get pregnant from a genuine rape?

And, hey - did you know that the West is stealing Iran's rain?

The only reason you give this douche any credibility is because he's saying something that appeals to your paranoia.


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posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by Aim64C

And, hey - did you know that the West is stealing Iran's rain?

The only reason you give this douche any credibility is because he's saying something that appeals to your paranoia.


The OP is not paranoid. Did you call Ferdinando Imposimato a douche?

Ahmadinejad is not crazy. There is science behind his claims.

The only relevant question is if the West is doing it, and if so the difficult part is to gather evidence of it.

The old method of seeding via airplanes dumping chemical agents lost some ground to earth-based ionisers.

Ionisers are proving to have some edge over seeding.

The discovery that cosmic radiation can trigger or contribute to formation improved the science, and showed incompleteness in Weather/Meteorology science.



posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 11:19 PM
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The OP is not paranoid.


This would be where you and I disagree.


Did you call Ferdinando Imposimato a douche?


Sure, why not?


Ahmadinejad is not crazy. There is science behind his claims.


No, there's not. That's ATS adding two and blue together. Ahmadinejad was simply spouting nonsense and ATS tried to make sense of it, finding that there was research into ionization. ATS then proceeded to add the nonense and the research together (two and blue) - and come up with the idea that Ahmadinejad was actually onto something.

I suppose the increased volcanic activity is a secret North Korean project alluded to by Kim Jong Il's claims that he'd turn America into a lake of fire.


The only relevant question is if the West is doing it, and if so the difficult part is to gather evidence of it.


You are honestly suggesting that any country would bother with the enormous economic burden of the limited weather manipulation technologies we have to steal the rain of a country that gets very little in the way of rain, anyway?

No, Ahmadinejad is not crazy by comparison. He's equally lucid.


The old method of seeding via airplanes dumping chemical agents lost some ground to earth-based ionisers.

Ionisers are proving to have some edge over seeding.


Yeah, several hundred square miles of ionization towers and supporting infrastructure wouldn't stand out in the barren wasteland that is the Persian Gulf. It would also be perfectly economical.


The discovery that cosmic radiation can trigger or contribute to formation improved the science, and showed incompleteness in Weather/Meteorology science.


The phenomena has been documented for some time. While I didn't track back the source - Micheal Crichton's "State of Fear" made reference to weather manipulation involving ionization and instigating lighting strikes while citing that there was research and evidence to support that lightning and ionization had a considerable role in storm formation and precipitation.

Which brings us back to my original point.

When one gains an office of power - one can make many different claims arbitrarily, and people will believe him/her. Individuals such as yourself will say: "oh, there's a group working on this, here - and this must be what he's talking about!"

An office of power doesn't have to support or defend its claims. There are armies of believers who will defend the claims and history the office states to be.



posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 11:30 PM
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Here is one judge that will soon go meet Giovanni Falcone.



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 12:05 AM
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It's about time.
And he isn't the only one making this call either.
But in reality, it will never happen.



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 01:40 AM
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He's an "honorary" president of the supreme court - whatever that may mean. Otherwise he's an Italian prosecutor who has dealt with some mafia cases.

I think the OP article makes too much of him.

His letter outlining his case is here - there's nothing new or surprising in it AFAIK - it's just a rehash of many already debunked 9/11 CT's - explosives, WTC 7 was not damaged enough to collapse, etc.
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posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 04:08 AM
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Originally posted by Aim64C

For example, the U.S. Civil war was over slavery, wasn't it?

Of course not.



Of course it was ...

The south had "free labor" in form of slaves, that gave the south better prices for their products. While the north had no such luxury, and therefor these slaves had to be removed, so the south had no such "free labor".

It was about the slaves ... even if not in the same context, as people generally understand it to be.

The same thing can be said, about slavery in general ... the brits were very bad, for doing that ... or were they?

Not really, the people of Africa were even worse off then than now ... the brits actually took this decision, to "save" the african populace. But that isn't how people understand it ... is it?

This isn't a "unique" story either ... in Iceland, around 17th century. There was a huge volcanic eruption, that threatened the entire Island. The King of Denmark wanted to "save" the population from it's plight. But the population of Iceland, told him to go ... ya know. So the King of Denmark, investigated why ... and the reason was, that Iceland had a lot of books, where the population read how "war" was the plight of Europe. These books were later "collected" from the Icelandic population, to Denmark. Where the "oldest" ones, "magically" dissappeared into the copenhagen fire, in the late 19th century.

This just tells you, how "history" is reflected and understood. We are biased by nature ... and only with time, when the "bias" dissipates. Will the "real" history surface. 9/11 is one of these categories, and so is WWII, while WWI is mostly on the table ... and 9/11 is not going to emerge on the surface, until years later. When it really doesn't matter anymore ... today, there is too much at stake, and there are too many people alive that took part in it. Unknowing of the reality of the case ... and they have to be protected.

The truth, isn't really important today ...
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posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 04:41 AM
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Of course it was


Squirrel!!!!


The south had "free labor" in form of slaves, that gave the south better prices for their products. While the north had no such luxury, and therefor these slaves had to be removed, so the south had no such "free labor".


Incorrect.

Child labor formed the backbone of the Industrial Revolution. The Railroads extending into the west were built with Chinese Immigrants that were only free in the sense that they weren't considered property.

And the problem persisted well into the 1950s. Recall the "Company Store" model used by the coal mines?


This just tells you, how "history" is reflected and understood. We are biased by nature ... and only with time, when the "bias" dissipates. Will the "real" history surface.


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A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.


Maxwell Planck.

It is the same with science as it is with history. Perhaps more so. While scientific theories can eventually be proven to be inadequate - historical events only weather in the face of time.


The truth, isn't really important today


The truth is subjective.

Facts are but fodder for people to form the truths they seek.

The real issue is whether or not the truth you hold to be stands relevant in the course of events. If the U.S. were to inexplicably and suddenly carry on as though 9/11 were an inside job - that would be the truth relevant to the events of the time. If it continues on as though they were terrorist attacks, then that is the truth that is relevant.

The facts of the matter will never change, but the truth will. That's because the truth consists of inferred facts that are not known or, by virtue, cannot be known.



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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If you know anything about Operation Gladio, you have to be skeptical about all of the so-called "terrorist attacks" from the 50s onward. We now know that Gladio was responsible for numerous false flag terrorist attacks designed to keep European countries allied with the West against communism.

Operation Gladio

It is not a stretch to imagine that the same thing is happening now to keep countries allied against Islam. Think the London Bombings and Madrid Train bombings. In both cases the perpetrators were said to be al-Qaeda-inspired terrorist cells but no direct link to al-Qaeda was ever proven. There are still a lot of questions about both incidents, just like there is with 9/11.

Madrid Train Bombings
London Bombings


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posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 07:42 AM
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People would be more willing and less fearful of adopting the views of 911 Truth activists if they felt they were calling for forgiveness rather than retribution and punishment.

The peace movement should call for granting amnesty from prosecution and guarantee of an ample, lifetime pension to anyone who agrees to testify on their roles in the events of 9/11, extending this offer to any members of the US government, foreign governments and/or terrorist groups involved in the planning or execution of the attacks of that day.

Additionally, individuals should step forward and volunteer to spend time working with those who give testimony on crimes they have committed so that they might be reintegrated into society.

Instead of executing Nazi war criminals we should have devoted all the human resources available to us to rehabilitating them, awakening in them awareness of the nature of their actions so that they could have come to understand that they must make amends. If they had remained alive they would have been a living testament to the transformative powers of forgiveness.

Historians and psychologists especially should come out in favor of preserving invaluable study material in the form of the opportunity to converse with the authors of unfortunate historical deeds.

We must find a solution to the existing state of affairs that would be acceptable to both the accusers and the accused. It should solve the problem it sets out to solve without creating additional problems. It should present itself as an ethical means to an ethical end.

In "The Art of War", Sun Tzu said never to surround an enemy. If you do not leave him an out, he will fight to the last man.

For an interesting discussion of these ideas please see (and expand the comments) three posts by “John Stan” here:
www.opednews.com...



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 07:50 AM
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Italy has unfortunately experienced many years of the so-called "strategy of tension" and therefore such a high exponent of the Supreme Court is very more than qualified to make certain statements. Said in other words, some do have a good nose to detect "inside jobs" not only in their land but also when exported abroad.



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 07:52 AM
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Are you saying that as a prediction or as a threat?



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 08:34 AM
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here's hoping....I feel the sadistic need to see the real perps behind 9/11 get busted for this. There is much more chance of having an unbiased investigation outside US.



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 08:55 AM
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I do find this exciting, and I hope something comes of it, but ultimately I'm not real hopeful it will bear any fruit. There have been a lot of high profile people around the world pointing out what is, frankly, obvious. I remember a member of the Japanese Parliament raising 9/11 issues vigorously on the floor, but it has no effect. Look at A&E for 9/11 truth, the professionals assembled there. Scholars, military, pilots...everyone that everyone should listen to, yet no one does.

9/11 reveals something so much deeper about our human psyche then I think any of us realized previously. We truly do live in the Matrix, and those who are unwilling to wake up and see simply will not, almost as if they cannot. It says in the Bible, they will have ears yet hear not, eyes yet not see. This is it. This is going to play itself out on the grand stage, but I'm not convinced that this is the genesis of the revelation. Peace...



posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 09:07 AM
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A conscious direction towards truth and reality is more important than the speed at which it is reached.



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