Saudi Officials Supported 9/11 Terrorists

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  1. Margot2

    Margot2 Well-Known Member

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    I voted for him.. Superficially he appeared to be accomplished even though my Texas friends told me differently.

    He was a failed oilman using other people's money which is hard to believe considering the circumstances.. I figure no one could be that stupid unless they were drunk or coked up during those years.

    The war in Afghanistan was for Bush's friends at ENRON .. an attempt to bail them out of their 3 billion dollar white elephant in Dabhol.. After all ENRON contributed $750 K to Dubya's campaign.

    Nobody with experience in the ME or the oil business.. not diplomats or Arabs or historians supported the war in Iraq..

    Read up on a little British history in Iraq.. The defeated Baghdad in less than a month and then the wheels came off.

    Plus, Iraq was broken by two decades of war and sanction. What a (*)(*)(*)(*) up.
     
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    So, you voted for the man your friends told you differently?

    I asked you about you. Nothing too personal, just ... since you bring it up, assumed to be in good faith, what are your bona fides?

    Many businesses start out right then fail. Remember the failed Solyndra that here in my city Obama shows up to brag about prior to it's failing?

    Dry holes are not really rare when Bush drilled for oil. I believe today the technology has solved some of those problems.

    Bush rounded up university class mates who had plenty of cash and could afford such losses. Bush himself was not then rich.

    Bush drank too much when he was pre 40. Bush admits drinking had been a problem.

    I studied the entire pipeline issue of Afghanistan. Do you know it was not ENRON at all involved in a proposed project?

    The company bailed out when Clinton was president judging it too difficult due to the Taliban.

    $750 K had to be the workers. No company can donate that much cash. If you are smart and I think you get fooled easily, no snark on you, but you are smart, you know more about campaign laws than your words say you know.

    Jordan and Egypt favored the invasion. General Franks makes that clear had you read his book.

    Matter of fact, King Hussein of Jordan secretly allowed Franks to jump off from Jordan. It is known today, but not known prior to the invasion.

    As you were told by me, I argued this a ton when Clinton was president. When Bush became president I did not drop this issue.

    I hate wars. I would love this country never being in any wars. But given what took place there from Bush 41 forward and including Clinton, no wonder we ended up invading them.
     
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    Come on Margot, tell us how you -really- feel, lol :).
     
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    Classic Bush Jr. Administration tactic. Give them an inch and they'll grab a mile. To be fair, though, congress went with him on this for the most part. They did the same thing to the UN, arguing that Resolution 1441 gave them permission to attack Iraq. The UN Secretary General and many others argued that it did nothing of the kind:
    "Iraq war was illegal and breached UN charter, says Annan" - http://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/sep/16/iraq.iraq

    For all his failings, Bush Sr. had much more respect for the UN, and he wisely did -not- invade Iraq (it would have been helpful if he'd made it clear that he wasn't going to invade iraq, instead of leading some Iraqis on, but anyway)...

    Ever since then, the UN has been fairly leary of doing anything that the U.S. might somehow construe as permission to go to war.

    By the way, I'm rather acutely aware that we've moved out of the realm not only of 9/11, but of conspiracies altogether. Perhaps we should make a thread on this in another forum here, such as this one: http://www.politicalforum.com/history-past-politicians/
     
  5. Margot2

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    No question that Papa Bush was MUCH smarter than Dubya.
     
  6. Margot2

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    Try this.. Soros, Harken and ENRON

    https://www.publicintegrity.org/2002/10/16/3171/brief-history-bush-harken-and-sec

    Where do you think the pipeline across Afghanistan was going?
     
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    Yeah.. ENRON needed the gas pipeline to drive Dabhol and meet their contractual obligations.

    Did you do any research on Port Gwadar?

    You know the Chinese have done pretty well in Afghanistan.. They have built a railroad, a power plant and set up mining operations.
     
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    You never mention Unocal. Why is that?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghanistan_Oil_Pipeline

    Did you research this site reporting as I have that it was Unocal?

    http://www.911myths.com/html/9_11_and_the_afghan_pipeline.html

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    You can tell that story ten thousand times and still it will not be true.

    Bush the son was a party animal for sure. But is a very smart person.

    I know, you got fooled. But that is his demeanor is all.
     
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    You said more then that. You also said:
    **For Bush to be fooled, and yes had to be by George Tenet, since he assured the questioning by G. W. Bush 43, as to the real chances WMD was actually in Iraq. Tenet told Bush it is a slam dunk. No questions at all.**

    Source: http://www.politicalforum.com/showthread.php?t=456423&p=1066257481#post1066257481

    I wrote a long response, but it appears you missed it. I'll simply quote it again:
    ++Not only are there questions, but I think you've bought a line that is most convenient for the Bush Administration while throwing Tenet under the bus. Even assuming that Tenet made a fool of himself with his slam dunk comments, those who have read his memoir get the gist of Tenet's defense, even if they don't exactly paint Tenet himself in a stellar light. Here's an excerpt from an article in "The New Yorker". I bold the sentence that I think is most relevant:
    **In person, Tenet makes an impression that’s not so dramatic, but when the conversation shifts to unhappy subjects, such as the words for which he has become most famous—the statement, made to George W. Bush and first reported by Bob Woodward, that the Administration had a “slam dunk” case on the question of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction—or for the critical reaction to his new memoir, he becomes agitated, interrupting others, and himself, and chewing on the stub of a cigar. The book, “At the Center of the Storm,” for which Tenet received a four-million-dollar advance, is selling well—it will enter the Times’ best-seller list in the top spot on May 20th—but it has been broadly, and derisively, panned. Tenet has done an uncommon thing in Washington—uniting columnists on opposite sides of the Iraq war in their contempt for him. “Tenet presents himself as a pathetic victim and scapegoat of an administration that was hellbent on going to war, slam dunk or not,” the columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote in the Post. In the Times, Maureen Dowd was coldly dismissive, writing, “If you have something deadly important to say, say it when it matters, or just shut up and slink off.” On the New Republic Web site, the international-relations expert Ronald Steel wrote that Tenet “exemplifies the rule that those in high places will endure virtually any humiliation before surrendering a position of power.”**

    Source: "Woodward vs. Tenet" -http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2007/05/21/woodward-vs-tenet

    The New York Times, also citing his memoir, wrote:
    **In his much-anticipated and intermittently fascinating new memoir, “At the Center of the Storm,” Mr. Tenet writes that the whole “slam dunk” scene described in Mr. Woodward’s book took his words out of context and “had been fed deliberately to Woodward” by someone in the White House eager to shift blame from the White House to the C.I.A. for what turned out to be a failed rationale for the Iraq war. In short, he says, he and the agency were set up as “fall guys,” and he was made to look like a fool — rising up, throwing his arms in the air and saying those two words, as if he were “Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah Winfrey’s couch.”

    In fact, Mr. Tenet says he doubts that W.M.D.’s were the principal cause of the United States’ decision to go to war in Iraq in the first place, that it was just “the public face that was put on it.” The real reason, he suggests, stemmed from “the administration’s largely unarticulated view that the democratic transformation of the Middle East through regime change in Iraq would be worth the price.”

    Mr. Tenet notes that his “slam dunk” remarks came “10 months after the president saw the first workable war plan for Iraq,” and “two weeks after the Pentagon had issued the first military deployment order sending U.S. troops to the region.” He points out that many senior Bush administration officials, including Paul D. Wolfowitz and Douglas J. Feith, were focused on Iraq long before 9/11, and that Mr. Cheney asked Bill Clinton’s then-departing secretary of defense, William Cohen, before the 2001 inauguration to give the incoming president a comprehensive briefing on Iraq and detail possible future actions.
    **

    Source: "An Ex-C.I.A. Chief on Iraq and the Slam Dunk That Wasn’t" - http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/28/books/28kaku.html++

    Yes, I know this. Valerie Plame mentions it all in her book. The Bush Administration asked Tenet to jump and when push came to shove, Tenet simply said: 'How high?'. I'm sure he regrets it now.

    What "team" are you referring to? Tenet's brown nosing team? Unfortunately for Bush and his administration, Wilson and Plame were people of integrity. So they did what they've done to many people of integrity- they made their lives hell. Seriously, I think you'd learn a lot if you would check out her book.

    First of all, where are you getting this idea that Wilson pretended that Bush authored "the" remark of yellow cake in Niger? Secondly, the only thing Wilson "selected" was accepting the CIA's request to -go- to Nigeria. And the -reason- that the CIA requested Wilson go to Nigeria was because "Vice President Dick Cheney's office had questions about a particular intelligence report."
    Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2003/07/06/opinion/what-i-didn-t-find-in-africa.html?pagewanted=all

    As to the "England reports", are you referring to these by any chance?
    "Tony Blair 'misrepresented intelligence on weapons of mass destruction to gain approval for Iraq War' - UN inspector" - http://www.independent.co.uk/news/u...n-to-gain-approval-for-iraq-war-a6713401.html

    I can't answer for what others may have told you. While Armitage was the first to leak it to Novak, he has stated for the record that he did it inadvertently. Even so, he has stated that he felt terrible for doing so:
    http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/09/08/leak.armitage/

    However, this was only Novak's first source. His second source was Karl Rove. Unlike Scooter Libby, Rove was never indicted for anything. Rove isn't Bush but he was certainly an integral part of his Administration. As to Bush himself, really, what did he even do? I know he played lots of golf and made some speeches after 9/11, let Cheney have unprecedented power for a VP, but other then that, nothing springs to mind. Oh yes, I recall how reporters would frequently correct his disjointed speeches as well. Oh, and ofcourse, he stated that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had told "us" that explosives went off at a high point in the towers to trap the people inside them:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpcJyn3N5ks

    Freudian slip or just one more gaff? Who can say?

    I believe most people agree that Libby was the fall guy for Rove and possibly others (Armitage perhaps):
    http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/03/06/libby.juror/

    I don't trust Hillary, though I've never caught her in an outright lie. Anyway, I have certainly heard that she may be indicted very soon now:
    http://www.smobserved.com/story/201...ndictment-for-email-abuse-very-soon/1334.html

    Why'd you put that up?

    Aye.

    How about we call him "intellectually challenged"?

    You don't mean to say you actually found him to be intelligent?
     
  11. Margot2

    Margot2 Well-Known Member

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    I will never believe that Bush was smart.

    Trying to remember......... I think Delta bailed before Unocal.

    By 1994 Saudi Arabia revoked OBL's citizenship and declared AQ a terrorist organization.

    I don't think ENRON or the failure of the pipeline deal was a provocation for 9-11.

    I think that perhaps Clinton's bombing of the Aspirin factory in Sudan was the final straw. OBL wanted the West and particularly the US to hate the Saudis and declare war on Islam.


    Unocal and Delta Oil of Saudi Arabia reach agreement with state companies in Turkmenistan and Russia to build a natural gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to Pakistan via Afghanistan; the agreement is finalized in 1997. [Unocal, 8/13/1996]

    There's more here.

    http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=a081396unocaldeltaoil
     
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    Hey Phoenyx

    Any chance of you cutting posts down a bit? They get so long and convoluted.

    A. Tenet advised Bush. Tenet also got intelligence. Then he passed it to Bush.
    B. Tenet came with Powell, and that gave the world the impression Tenet backed up Powell.
    C. Call Bush what you will. But his accomplishments dwarf his fathers.
    D. My sources on his intellect were by some Stanford University academicians. http://keithhennessey.com/2013/04/24/smarter/

     
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    I hate to say this, but if one wants to call a person dumb, the name caller owes it to themselves to do a bit of research.

    http://keithhennessey.com/2013/04/24/smarter/

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    Margot2, this goes way back but I believe what Enron did was domestic in nature and they tried to be a middle man between the source and the delivery.

    That they fudged so many numbers they and Anderson Accounting were effectively out of business.
     
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    and yet they lent a blind eye to fundraising for Al Qaeda on Saudi soil, and hampered investigations by the USA

    this is according to the 9-11 Commission

    and now, the Saudis fund terrorists in Syria and Iraq

    Saudis also fund Islamist radical schools and mosques throughout Europe.
     
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    This is your problem. In a nutshell, your selection of books is so one sided you are not able to effectively come up with the truth. Nothing against you, but I have suggested books that are far more accurate.

    Take your claim Bush 41 never invaded Iraq. 7th Corps, commanded by General Fred Franks , so you can look him up for yourself to make sure you believe the truth, is false. Franks, no relationship to later General Tommy Franks, has a very good book on the invasion of iraq. Into the Storm written with Tom Clancy help, explains it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Into_the_Storm:_On_the_Ground_in_Iraq

    Franks got the stop order when he was about 100 miles into Iraq. The war ended when Iraqi authorities signed papers, all inside of Iraq.

    Why keep parroting Valerie Plame? Her and her husband had axes to grind.

    I have yet to read any supporter of the Democrats come up with accurate words by Bush on the yellowcake in Africa. Nor to they admit all Bush did was quote things he was told by England. I think Blair informed Bush of the African yellowcake. But Bush never named a country.

    And Armitage told Novak. And yet you seem never to target him. You mention people like Rove or Libby. Clearly this is to grind that political axe.

    Plame is not the big shot you think she is. Wilson hated Bush.

    People who support Democrats love trying to beat up on his reputation. It is required of Democrats to try to bet up on Bisj/

    When you claimed Bush 41 never invaded Iraq, I knew you never read full accounts of that war either.

    My sole beef with Plame and her husband is how they tried to destroy G. W Bush. It was so damned unfair.
     
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    Where did you come up with such crap.

    Saudis funded small madrassas in Pakistan which has almost no education.. Small boys schools of 20-30 students for boys between the ages of six and twelve when most Pakistani boys go to work.

    They weren't fund raising for AQ... AQ and OBL were the enemies of Saudi Arabia.

    I swear.. you'd believe anything.
     
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    its from the 9-11 Commission.

    plus, the Saudis fund Salafist/Waahabist schools and mosques throughout Europe, spreading extremism and Jihadism.
     
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    No further comment.
     
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    Robert, I decided to respond to this post of yours in a new thread in the main Conspiracy Theories forum, as we are no longer talking about 9/11 at all here. It can be found here:
    http://www.politicalforum.com/conspiracy-theories/459580-george-w-bush-administration.html

    I would appreciate your response there.
     
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    I certainly agree that the 9/11 Commission Report has a lot of crap in it :p. That being said, I definitely believe there is strong evidence that there were some high level officials who were purposely hampering investigations regarding certain Saudi nationals, or stopping them outright. Even Michael Moore caught on to this in his film "Fahrenheit 9/11". No one has explained why none of bin ladens' relatives who were in the U.S. at the time of the event were questioned. Instead, they were whisked away as soon as flight stopped being grounded after 9/11.

    But never mind bin laden's relatives. I've already explored in great depth how certain Saudi nationals engaged in money laundering for some of the suspected terrorists. Looking back at the posts I've made in this thread, I think that one in particular, post #77, is worth looking at:
    http://www.politicalforum.com/showthread.php?t=456423&page=8&p=1066222831#post1066222831

    It was in response to one of Margot's posts, but for whatever reason, she never responded to that one...
     
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    I felt it would be better to respond to this post in the new George W. Bush Administration thread I've created in the Conspiracy Theories forum. My response is here: http://www.politicalforum.com/consp...e-w-bush-administration-2.html#post1066264507
     
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    Perhaps the -real- Mohammed Atta was. Not so sure of the guy alleged to have been a terrorist on 9/11. The official story regarding Mohammed Atta beings to unravel from its inception, as the article linked to above relates:
    **[Pictures of Atta and Alomari]

    Above are CCTV pictures released by the FBI supposedly showing Atta and Alomari at Portland Jetport on 9/11. Click images for full size photos.

    Michael Tuohey's brief encounter took place at the U.S. Airways ticket and baggage check-in at the airport in Portland, Maine. Working the ticket counter as he did most every morning for 37 years, he remembered two clean-shaven Arab-looking businessmen with tickets in hand (Atta and Alomari) approaching his workstation, both looking elegant and wearing suits and ties. [American Free Press]

    Did they change into casual clothes before walking past the camera?
    **

    So right away, we have a discrepancy between what an actual eyewitness relates as to their attire and what the photos depict, suggesting that either the witness is lying, or the photos were taken at a separate time.

    It continues to unravel from there:
    **(Mohamed) Atta and (Abdulaziz) Alomari boarded a 6:00 a.m. flight from Portland to Boston's Logan International Airport. [SFGate]
    A Mitsubishi sedan [Atta] rented was found at Boston's Logan Airport. Arabic language materials were found in the car. [CNN]

    How did Atta leave a rental car at Logan Airport in Boston when he supposedly flew there from Portland, Maine?
    **

    The article continues, stating that the official story is that:
    **[Atta] rented a car at Logan Airport Alamo and drove to Maine [on September 10]. Then flew down from Portland, Maine, early Tuesday before connecting on Flight 11. [Boston.com]
    Why would Atta leave a rental car containing incriminating evidence at Logan Airport, rent another car in Boston to drive to Maine, then fly back to Boston again?

    Even the 9/11 Commission couldn't explain this conundrum...

    Atta picked up Omari at another hotel [on September 10], and the two drove to Portland, Maine, for reasons that remain unknown. [9/11 Commission Report]
    ...and they didn't look for answers.
    **

    The author of the article -does- look for answers, however, and finds a very interesting story:
    **The Bukharis provide a key to the enigma:

    [Adnan and Ameer Bukhari's] names had been tied to a car found at an airport in Portland, Maine. [CNN]
    The two rented a car, a silver-blue Nissan Altima, from an Alamo car rental at Boston's Logan Airport and drove to an airport in Portland, Maine, where they got on US Airways Flight 5930 at 6 a.m. Tuesday headed back to Boston, the sources said.

    Before CNN learned the identities of the two brothers, Portland Police Chief Mike Chitwood said, "I can tell you those two individuals did get on a plane and fly to Boston early yesterday morning ... I can tell you that they are the focus of a federal investigation." [People's Daily 9/13/2001]

    [Adnan Bukhari's] name reportedly appears on the American Airlines Flight Eleven manifest. [First Coast News]**

    So what happened to these leads? Well, this:
    **A trail of evidence led investigators into Tuesday's terrorist attacks from one abandoned rental car in Portland, Maine, to two houses in Vero Beach, Florida. One of the Vero Beach houses had been rented by two brothers from Saudi Arabia. Inside it were two pilot's certificates in the names of Adnan Bukhari and his brother, Ameer Abbas Bukhari. [BBC News]

    Early accounts stated it was Adnan and Ameer Bukhari who rented the car from Logan Airport Alamo and abandoned it at Portland, not Mohamed Atta. The Bukharis "did get on a plane and fly to Boston", Adnan Bukhari's name reportedly appeared on Flight 11's manifest, and a trail of evidence led investigators to Adnan Bukhari's house.

    Within hours of the attacks it was nearly "case closed" that the Bukharis were hijackers of Flight 11, but a couple of simple facts proved their innocence - Ameer Bukhari died in a plane crash in 2000 and Adnan Bukhari is alive.

    How did so much evidence initially point to the Bukharis, and how did Adnan Bukhari's name reportedly appear on Flight 11's manifest?

    The words "fabricated evidence" spring to mind.

    The Bukharis innocence caused a major rethink of Flight 11's hijackers, and this rethink resulted in the implausible scenario of Atta abandoning two rental cars in two airports.
    **

    There is, ofcourse, another possibility: that Adnan Bukhari's name -was- on the flight manifest, but the person using his name wasn't in fact Adnan Bukhari. The article next explores the very real possibility that the man that people came to believe was Mohamed Atta was not, in fact, the real Mohammed Atta:
    **[Mohamed Atta] spoke excellent German - good enough to correct other students' texts - as well as fluent English and Arabic. [FT.com]
    Atta and two other suspected hijackers reported their passports stolen in late 1999. [BBC News]

    [Rudi Dekkers, owner of Huffman Aviation] knew that Atta had lived in Hamburg, Germany and one day [in 2000] spoke to him in German as a way of friendly communication. Atta was stunned and quickly walked away. [house.gov]

    An imposter could pretend to be Atta, but he couldn't pretend to speak German.

    [Atta senior] had no knowledge his son had ever been in the United States. More absurd to him was the idea that his son had enrolled in a Florida flight school. “Did he ever learn to fly? Never. He never even had a kite.” Added Atta senior: “My daughter, who is a doctor, used to get him medicine before every journey, to make combat the cramps and the vomiting he feels every time he gets on the plane.” [MSNBC]
    **

    The article adds more fuel to the notion that the man identifying himself as "Mohammed Atta" was actually an imposter:
    **On the first day of the 9/11 Commission hearings, commissioner Richard Ben-Veniste opened his remarks with sharp criticism of the current White House and the delays in processing the commissioners' security clearances. Ben-Veniste, who first came to prominence as a Watergate special prosecutor from 1973 to 1975, was counsel for the Democratic minority on the Senate Whitewater committee. Today he is a major attorney with a top firm in D.C.
    Al Qaeda's lead 9/11 hijacker, Mohamed Atta, was allegedly partying with CIA-connected pilots while he got his flight training in fall/winter 2000 at Huffman Aviation in Venice, Fla., where two of the other 9/11 hijacker pilots trained. Atta wasn't acting much like a holy martyr: He wore jeans and sneakers, played video games, bought himself a red Pontiac and was said to be a hedonist. The Press posed the question to Ben-Veniste: If Atta belonged to the fundamentalist Muslim group, why was he snorting cocaine and frequenting strip bars?

    "You know," said Ben-Veniste, as he smiled a little. "That's a heck of a question." [9/11 CitizenWatch]

    Below is supposedly the will of a hedonist who snorted cocaine and frequented strip bars:

    Mohamed Atta's will: Page 1 - Page 2
    Atta's original will was written in Arabic and has not been released by the FBI. This is an English version translated by the FBI and first reported in Der Spiegel.

    Records from ... [Huffman Aviation] were deemed sensitive enough to have merited being escorted back to Washington by Florida Governor Jeb Bush aboard a C-130 cargo plane, which left Sarasota less than 24 hours after the September 11 attack. [Scoop]

    How did Jeb Bush know where to look hours after the attacks?
    **

    The final point made in the article, suggesting that some in intelligence suspected that this man purporting to be Atta was in fact a terrorist long before 9/11 and was included in a chart:
    **Pentagon officials said Thursday they have found three more people who recall an intelligence chart that identified Sept. 11 mastermind Mohamed Atta as a terrorist one year before the attacks on New York and Washington. But they have been unable to find the chart or other evidence that it existed. [Yahoo News 9/2/2005]

    A Pentagon employee was ordered to destroy documents that identified Mohamed Atta as a terrorist two years before the 2001 attacks, a congressman said Thursday. The employee is prepared to testify next week before the Senate Judiciary Committee and was expected to identify the person who ordered him to destroy the large volume of documents, said Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa. Weldon declined to identify the employee, citing confidentiality matters. Weldon described the documents as "2.5 terabytes" as much as one-fourth of all the printed materials in the Library of Congress, he added. [ABC News 9/15/2005]
    **

    Why was this Pentagon employee ordered to destroy these documents? The author of the article believes that this man claiming to be Atta was in fact a CIA asset.

    Here's another article on Atta, who supposedly travelled widely, despite his aversion to flying:
    Oswald and Atta: Erratic, Protected, and Seeking Attention | Dig Within
     
  23. 911Defender

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    Blues63.....Who did George Bush blame on tv, after the event? Explain that please and why? Based on what proof? How is it every network was telling the world who did it without reservation nor any facts? What was their source of information? What was George Bush's statement the night of 911.....I'll tell you that one, free of charge......

    https://youtu.be/XbqCquDl4k4

    NOTE at 1:50.....George Bush said" immediately following the first attack I implemented our governments emergency response plans......LIE, he did not. He and Andy Card were in a hallway and were told that a twin prop plane had hit a tower, then says nothing and walks into a second grade classroom where he remained for 12 minutes. Four minutes into his book reading experience with the children, he was told by his staff Andy Card notified that the US was under attack, and in fact a second plane had crashed into the other tower......Andy Cards statement and interviewed...
    https://youtu.be/7fs2duxjpE4

    What does the Commander and Chief do? The Protector of America?.......NOTHING...he sits and listens and shares tea and cookies with children.....I'm not too sure that is common protocol for the president during an attack on our nation........do you?
     
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    Osama Bin Laden was the black sheep of his family.. one of 57 sons.. a nobody.. He grew up in Syria with his mother. His Saudi citizenship was yanked in 1994. He hated the Saudis and wanted 9-11 to have a Saudi face.. and you are working for the terrorists.
     
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    So everyone is to believe a NOBODY, a second hand non-citizen of Saudi Arabia was able to accomplish the events on 911 with box cutters......Nice try.....

    And because I or anyone else challenge the 911 Commission, we're working for the terrorists.....please outline all your available information and facts that prove this claim of yours and post it. thank you.
     

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