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Very interesting memo here, written March 12, 2001 to the Pentagon by one of their own former members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Allegations of illegal aerial black-ops...
However, Bush, like most politicians, is just a puppet to those who fund them and their electoral campaigns all over the world (largely the oil industry and in particular the 'Exxon/Esso' Rockefeller family, and the Rothschilde family).
"Afghanistan was an important Cold War battleground, where the US backed Islamic warriors..."
Face facts: Sept 11 was at the very least financially convenient for these people. They managed both to catch Osama bin Laden AND to get their oil*...
(*Oh, but they never DID get Osama bin Laden, did they: - Only the oil.)
What more do you need, a signed confession?
Please, for the sake of those who died and are about to die, help us to share the truth with as many people as possible.
*Acheson Intelligence Group*
reply to post by Quauhtli
yup totally agree seems so strange though for a conspiracy website not to have been discussing it.
On saying that however it does seem like "9/11 truth" never really took off until 2004/5 so perhaps it is just as a simple matter that nobody who was a member of the site back then really thought there was any grand conspiracy behind it at first.
2004 ummm around a presidential reelection campaign, maybe it all started as a way to discredit bush, i dont know i'm not really a conspiracy guy so i dont know where all the things started
Eric Hufschmid started questioning the official story on January 18, 2002. He read the article “Muslims Suspend The Laws Of Physics” by Jim McMichael. He credits an internet personality called Geeman for pointing this article out to him.
“On the 18th of January I was looking through some of Geeman's links and I came across an article that seemed familiar. This article suggested that explosives were used to destroy the towers. The explosives did not seem to be the familiar aspect of this site, however. Rather, the remarks about pancakes and Muslim magicians seemed familiar. It was that article by Jim McMichael with the title “Muslims Suspend The Laws Of Physics”. Now, in mid-January, I understood what he was complaining about, although I still had not figured out what the pancakes had to do with the collapse.”