Thursday, April 5, 2007

More 9/11 Questions

Regarding the video that magically appeared last Fall showing the "alleged" 9/11 hijackers, several questions arise.

1. The original video was aired by the London Sunday Times, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch is a darling of the neocons and right-wing radicals in the Republican Party. The video itself was captured FIVE years ago.
So, how long has Murdoch sat on this tape? Isn't it a huge coincidence that the video surfaced the same weekend the Rep. Foley child pedophile scandal and Bob Woodward's newest book, "State of Denial" both hit the mainstream media?

2. About the tape itself: We're supposed to believe that 9/11, a huge logistical affair and an intelligence nightmare that was pulled off with military precision by the men on the tape, were astute and smart enough to be part of that operation, but were too dumb to know how to properly operate a video recorder so that voices would be recorded? Remember, these same guys were able to hijack several of the largest civilian airliners in the world and fly and operate them with ease, but they couldn't figure out how to make a video tape with sound?

So, which one is it? Are/were these guys the criminal masterminds everyone has been taught to believe or just a couple of dummies?
You can't have it both ways.

3. Why can't even State Department linguistics figure out what the men on the tape are saying? Something's rotten here and i hope to heck there are enough savvy journalists around to dig up the real story.

Again, anytime the truth gets out about the misdeeds and criminal behavior of the Bush/Cheney cabal, another piece of so-called "evidence" about 9/11 just manages to appear out of thin air.
Some might say that is being paranoid, i say it's just a good propaganda machine that the White House has built and maintained that does an excellent job of always changing the focus of real news into their perception of reality.

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