9/11: “Some People Did Something”

Earlier this month, the president took Rep. Omar to task on Twitter. It was an opportunistic post by Trump, an effort to stir his base up on the emotional topic of 9/11. 


Rep. Omar said some people did something. She didn’t say Muslims in Afghan caves did something. Despite the 9/11 commission report, there is little solid evidence Osama bin laden directed the attacks from Afghanistan, or that he had anything at all to do with it. There is little to no evidence the highjacking (if we accept the premise the planes were indeed hijacked) was carried out by al-Qaeda. The case presented by the government wouldn’t stand up in a court of law. It’s a sham, just like the Warren Report. 

So, yes, somebody carried out the attacks, but we don’t have enough evidence to definitively say it was al-Qaeda, the Saudis, Israel, or the US. 

Trump, of course, thinks it was Osama bin Laden. Most of his MAGA base believe the government story of perfidious Arabs mounting a payback attack, supposedly for the sin of stationing US troops in the holy land of Islam. 

Omar will be crucified with this one. She can’t be allowed to tarnish the propaganda myth of 9/11, a myth and scary bedtime story exploited by criminal neocons to launch a series of devastating wars (devastating for the innocents slaughtered and US treasure squandered). 

Virtually every member of Congress—with a few notable exceptions such as Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii—supports the neocon wars and are eager to get something going with Iran and Venezuela. Democrats want to get something going with Russia. Trump and the Republicans are preparing to engage in economic warfare against Cuba and Nicaragua. 

Ms. Omar will be driven out of Congress along with socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She can’t be allowed to defile an important myth responsible for the Patriot Act, the endless wars, imperial presidencies, an ever growing police state, pervasive and illegal surveillance, and the deliberate destruction of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. 

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2 thoughts on “9/11: “Some People Did Something”

  1. The hijacking of planes was nothing more than a smoke screen to cover for the deliberate demolition of two of the three World Trade towers that were actually flown into by planes. Tower 7 fell in identical fashion to towers 1 and 2 never having been crashed into. The plane that crashed in Pennsylvania was probably tasked for tower 7 if it hadn’t been shot down by a interceptor dispatched from Malmstrom Air Force base, which was outside the NORAD sector that Dick Cheney ordered to stand down that morning, by his own admission.
    This past week, a lawsuit was filed against the FBI for their failure to investigate the parts of the attack that they didn’t, in violation of their orders.

  2. 2.3 TRillion Dollars Missing from DOD Day before 9/11/ 2001

    SEPTEMBER 10, 2001 Defense Business Practices

    Secretary Rumsfeld and other officials talked with reporters about the need to refine the Defense Department’s business practices.


    May 25, 2014 FDNY 9/11 Survivor Witness and Whistleblower Speaks on WTC 7

    Listen very carefully starting at the ’20’ second mark! As a firefighter on 9/11, he was at Ground Zero and was there when Building 7 came down.


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