Michael's Dispatches11 Comments
- Published: Tuesday, 19 July 2016 02:47
Newly released declassified Top Secret document.
I read it several times. Generally speaking, we already knew of Saudi culpability in the 9/11 attacks. After all, 15 of 19 hijackers were Saudi, and there remains mountains of other evidence.
These 28 pages contain many specifics ranging from Florida and across the country to California to Oregon. These pages should be of great interest to journalists, and to people who live in neighborhoods where some of these mosques exist, etc.
Some of the people described can be linked to powerful Americans.
Interesting that we attacked Iraq who had no connection to the 9/11 attack or to Bin Laden. Meanwhile, top level Saudis including the royal family were leaving trails everywhere. We attacked the wrong country.
Notice that the released (and redacted) portions of this document do not mention the extreme access that top Saudis have with American top leadership and "elite families." Not even the slightest mention.
(*red markings are my internal notes)
The USA is a Saudi political brothel.
The Perfumed Saudi Princes must laugh when they see the flashing red lights atop the Washington Monument.
The Saudis are rich and shrewd, and more intelligent than our top leadership. Saudis expertly spread the wealth and the kisses and are ruthless liars.
Meanwhile the Iraqis were rich and shrewd, but primitive and less intelligent. Iraqis are less sophisticated in their dealings with the USA. If Iraqis were more sophisticated than Saudis, they might have persuaded us to attack Saudi Arabia – who was behind 9/11.
Result, if simplified: America is Saudi Arabia's prostitute, and we attacked Iraq, a perfect deflection for Saudi Arabia's deep culpability in the 9/11 attacks, and their connections with powerful American stooges and political prostitutes. There were other reasons for attacking Iraq but this surely is one.
This deception was carried by the Clintons, the Bushes, and Obama.
The full declassified document.
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This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoForwarded, appropriately.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years ago15 years is a long time. The Saudi family is huge. However, the Saudi royal family did, from time to time, seek assistance from an affluent developer, daddy bin Laden. On the other hand, Saddam Hussein was not born into a royal or wealthy family. He had to get his money and power the old fashion way - he stole it. To keep his grip on money and power he did what all street schooled politicians do - schmooze with others who would help him keep his political position. He hosted Islamic conferences and knew damn well about al Question (sp?) and other jihad sleep away camps. Iraq was pegged as the place (by the Saudis and others who supported using terror to spread Islam) to anchor ops
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoMichael, I want to address your comments re Gulf conflicts. As the mother of a Recon Marine with 8+ deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, I have heard such negative reports of most middle eastern countries, with no one fooled by the Saudi family. My son is certain we will once again have boots on the ground as ISIS or even more destructive radical jihadists take root. What is your take on future US involvement? I personally am afraid of Israeli action against Iran should she who shall not be named is elected. What do you think? I have great respect for your telling it straight.....
Oh, by the way, ANY parent knows that control is an illusion, which only continues to exist because your child still believes it exists. Like the Santa fantasy shatters their belief in magic, our children shatter our fantasy of control. Happens to all parents eventually...
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoPlaudits for posting this, stay the course.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoThe way these people work is to buy US politicians. It's all about money. And they hold the west hostage with the oil. There is no shortage of people who think the second war in Iraq was a huge blunder and a diversion.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoPoliticians... politics... called the second oldest profession. The difference is "whom" gets screwed? The U.S. has been and is being ruined by unscrupulous politicians and this election is probably the one last chance to 'slightly' alter our direction. A non-politician who sees thru a lot of the BS... this kind of scandal has not been the only one. Our government is corrupt. We need to put an end to as much as we can.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoWe will see come November where we stand, will we not? A proven liar, cheat, corrupt politician or do we try something new...a businessman who has not been feeding at the public fund trough via the generosity of the American citizen his whole career? Yes. We shall see where we're going come November. My grandkids are depending on us to educate ourselves and vote our conscience...let's hope our vote protects our future, our children.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years ago:lol: Many tanks Michael-something is long a foot , dangerous bunch these Muslims, thirteen centuries long.Western governments will rue the day for ignoring the fact !. They are building mosques all over the first world.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoCertainly makes Obama's bowing to the Saudi all the more interesting, doesn't it.
This commment is unpublished.· 3 years agoWell as a amateur student of history even I knew that Iraq wasn't the perpetrator of 9/11. The Iraqis were coming off of a several year war with Iran at the time and had neither the brains nor the stupidity to take on the US.
Saddam, was the closest thing to an ally at the time despite the Gulf War that we had as he had been propped up by the US government for years. Saudi and the Bin Laden's have been in several organizations that the Bush family have business dealings with.
Saddam's main problem other than an out sized ego was that he tried freezing out several large international oil companies who despite drilling in Iraq weren't leaving much money behind.
Many people decried the Bush government's allowing of Saudi's to leave the country directly in the aftermath of the terrorism, but Dick said they should go. Every neo-com in the Bush White House who advocated war should have been held for war crimes since none of them had any practical idea of what they were advocating. Isn't amazing how many problems we still have 15 years later from the cabal who received dozens of deferments so they wouldn't have to fight in Vietnam?
This commment is unpublished.· 2 years agoOver looked is the fact that, The world is a lot like prison. To obtain respect, you Must kick the Shi... Outta somebody.. Everybody hated Saddam. Leaving Iraq before true stability was achieved was the failure of the left. The left who must have chaos to obtain their goals. Stability takes at least a generation to achieve. We are STILL in Europe, a part of the World that lived in near constant warfare.. But for the people of Iraq we have only one Election Cycle?