All roads lead to and from 9/11. That false-flag worked well for the Neocon and Zionist vampires that staged that inside job.
With the WTC rubble in the background, Americans were taught to fear and hate the Muslim world, and go on a planned decades long Crusade against Islam.
Will Americans ever finally see thru the lies and obfuscations put forth by our government to keep the truth surrounded by fog and smoke or will we keep cringing in fear, always falling for the artificially created 'boogiemen' like North Korea, the Taliban and Iran?
Besides fear, the only enemies we really have are the Federal Reserve, an out of control Wall Street, our corrupt Congress and a sneaky, backstabbing ME state that is always is professing to be our 'friend' while it lies to us, spies on us, kills our people, sucks money out of our pockets, tricks us into fighting her wars and was behind the 9/11 false-flag.
That deadly enemy of all we prize and hold dear is Apartheid Israel and her rabid supporters.
Zero: An Investigation Into 9-11
ZERO: An Investigation into 9/11, has one central thesis - that the official version of the events surrounding the attacks on 9/11 can not be true. This brand new feature documentary from Italian production company Telemaco explores the latest scientific evidence and reveals dramatic new witness testimony, which directly conflicts with the US Government's account.
The importance of this film can not be overstated. If its thesis is correct, the justification for going to war in Iraq is built on a series of outrageous lies.
Remeber these lies?
Secretary of WAR Rumsfeld Lies About Pre-War Predictions: “You Can Take That To The Bank”
Yesterday on PBS’ Newshour, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld said no administration official made any predictions about the length or cost of the war in Iraq:
"I was very careful. I never predicted any number of deaths or the cost or the length because I’ve looked at a lot of wars, and anyone who tries to do that is going to find themselves wrong, flat wrong…I don’t know anybody who had any reasonable expectations about the number or the length of the war or the cost of the war. I just don’t — no one I know went out and said these are how those three metrics ought to be considered. And you can take it to the bank."
The truth is, Rumsfeld and other top administration officials made predictions on all three metrics. You can take that to the bank –
Rumsfeld, 2/7/03: “It could last six days, six weeks. I doubt six months.”
Cheney, 3/16/03: “I think it will go relatively quickly, . . . (in) weeks rather than months."
Daniels, 12/30/02: “The administration’s top budget [Mitch Daniels] official estimated today that the cost of a war with Iraq could be in the range of $50 billion to $60 billion… Mr. Daniels declined to explain how budget officials had reached the $50 billion to $60 billion range for war costs…” [New York Times, 12/31/02]