It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.


Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.


Emergency 9-11 Re-Education Damage Control By Ghoul iani?

page: 1

log in


posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 03:47 PM

Mr. 9/11 himself, former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani-- the man Joe Biden pointedly called 'unqualified' for the presidency-- is now helping to push a course for public schools on the subject of... well, what else could Giuliani speak to-- 9/11.

Of course, Ron Paul assigned him a 'reading list' after Giuliani proved to be completely ignorant of even the CIA's soft explanation of 'blowback' in regards to 9/11 attacks. Giuliani, it seems, only understands 9/11 in terms of 'the terrorists want our freedoms.'

Unfortunately, that explanation wouldn't even pass a 3rd grade exam, so why is pushing for what is sure to be an 'official story'-centered re-education course on the tragic attacks? One can only assume that public skepticism of the government's account has become overwhelming, and that America's most vulnerable minds need a little nudging back towards 'the terrorists did it' mantra before government lies become completely see-through.

I would recommend a thorough reading of Mr. Sheen's recently submitted "20 Minutes with the President" instead-- thorough proof that even the 9/11 Commissioners can't believe the "official story" swill regurgitated & regurgitated by Mr. Giuliani and so many others in his camp.

Let's only hope that he stops short of re-educating us all over again on a campaign trail for the governorship, or, horor-of-horrors, another bid for the presidency itself.


This is the kind of re-education that actually works.

September 11th Revisited is perhaps the most riveting film ever made about the destruction of the World Trade Center. This is a powerful documentary which features eyewitness accounts and archived news footage that was shot on September 11, 2001 but never replayed on television.

Google Video Link


log in