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Friday, May 04, 2007

"Open Complicity: Anatomy of the 9/11 Cover-Up"

4 May 2007
By Boris Epstein

The following is a very interesting, though somewhat controversial documentary produced by A2planet/Ann Arbor 9/11 Truth. To preempt any misunderstanding, I would like to restate here - once again - that material I present is not necessarily material I agree with in its entirety. The reason I am restating it here is that the film touches on some very emotive issues and I can foresee a lot of people jumping to conclusions here whereas the truth of the matter is that I have as of yet not even fully formed an opinion about it - other than to say that ideas presented there are certainly worth a look and a thought. So without further ado I am now going to let the film speak for itself.

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Thursday, May 03, 2007

Hours after 9/11 attacks, Rumsfeld allegedly said, 'My interest is to hit Saddam'

According to NBC's chief Pentagon correspondent, former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said that his "interest is to hit Saddam Hussein" just hours after the attacks on September 11, 2001, "even though all indications pointed at al-Qaida as the guilty party," a Rhode Island newspaper reports.

At the annual Business Expo at the Rhode Island Convention Center Tuesday, NBC's Jim Miklaszewski "advanced a theme garnering attention since former CIA director George J. Tenet made his public revelations last week," writes Tom Mooney for the Providence Journal.

"Some things are right on the mark, when he says the Bush administration appeared predisposed to attack Iraq," Miklaszewski says of Tenet's book At the Center of the Storm.

The NBC correspondent's "information" comes from "off the record" notes given to him from an unidentified person who was "in the White House situation room in the hours after the attacks."

"However, the notes describe, Miklaszewski said, then-Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld vowing to avenge the terrorist attacks by voicing frustration that attacks against the U.S. Embassy in Beirut in 1983 and the attack on the Cole, in 2000, had gone unavenged," Mooney writes. "Reading from his notes, Miklaszewski quoted Rumsfeld as saying five hours after the terrorist attacks: 'My interest is to hit Saddam Hussein at the same time we go after al-Qaida.'"

Hours after 9/11 attacks, Rumsfeld allegedly said, 'My interest is to hit Saddam', RAW STORY, May 2, 2007

And sure, why not? After all, that was what PNAC was set to do anyhow - and now that so much had happened and there was no need to answer for those missing $2.3 trillion - why not just go for it?

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