Monday, 10 September 2012

911 So terrible its beyond understanding

It’s the 11th anniversary of 911. It’s very hard not to think this was strike two by the industrial military complex. In a world turned upside down, this group has never enjoyed such a fertile environment. The enemy is everywhere and nowhere. People back home have tuned out the war, and no one ever says no, because we don’t want another 911. Just like the Kennedy assassination there are so many unanswered questions. With the death of Osama Bin Laden I hope the world can return to pre 911 sensibilities. That means currently allaying with Al Quadi in Syria would not be ironic, just nostalgic.

500 unanswered questions.

I admire Russ Baker, maybe I don't agree 100% but this former long term New York Times columnist has a real edge to his investigations.

You only have to know two things.
One is that according to the official story, a handful of Arabs, mainly Saudi Arabians, operating independently of any government and competent intelligence service, men without James Bond and V for Vendetta capabilities, outwitted not only the CIA, FBI, and National Security Agency, but all 16 US intelligence agencies, along with all security agencies of America’s NATO allies and Israel’s Mossad.Not only did the entire intelligence forces of the Western world fail, but on the morning of the attack the entire apparatus of the National Security State simultaneously failed. Airport security failed four times in one hour. NORAD failed. Air Traffic Control failed. The US Air Force failed. The National Security Council failed. Dick Cheney failed. Absolutely nothing worked. The world’s only superpower was helpless at the humiliating mercy of a few undistinguished Arabs.
It is hard to image a more far-fetched story–except for the second thing you need to know: The humiliating failure of US National Security did not result in immediate demands from the President of the United States, from Congress, from the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and from the media for an investigation of how such improbable total failure could have occurred. No one was held accountable for the greatest failure of national security in world history.

No comments:

Post a Comment