Statement of September 11th Advocates
For Immediate Release -- August 25, 2005
We are deeply disturbed to learn that an investigation of the CIA, conducted at the direction of the Joint House and Senate Congressional Intelligence Committees in 2002, will not be declassified and released as soon as possible.
This report presumably discusses failures within the CIA and identifies performance deficiencies among high-ranking CIA officials. The findings in this report must be shared with all members of Congress and with the American public to ensure that the problems identified are addressed and corrected, thus moving to restore faith in this agency.
William Rodriguez, a 9-11 Survivor - The Conservative Voice
A press release was sent to all of the print media in the Chicago area about a month in advance of this event. There was a very tiny isolated notice about the event in one of the Chicago papers. Surely the local newspapers would wish to interview the participants on such an important subject as 9-11. But, only one Hispanic television station sent a journalist and a camera. So we must assume that the other Chicago news organizations have already determined exactly what they desire their readers to believe about 9-11. Let's not deviate from the government version and confuse people with the truth!
Great new cartoon I came across today on Cagle's Political Cartoons. Who wants to guess how long before the Bush administration starts accussing decenting Americans of having forgotten about 9/11?
Weird how Bush didn't carry the very state in which 9/11 occurred in the 2004 election, I guess they have all forgotten about 9/11 too. Funny how that works.
truthemergency.us has just posted a few videos that are worth checking out. Griffin does a great speech on Iraq, 9/11, and how theology lies with the actions of the Bush administration, while Jenna Orkin discusses the environmental disaster which occurred on 9/11.
I really hate to do this, but quite simply I cannot catch up on the articles which came out while I was gone quick enough. I have more stuff than I can go through right now, so instead of gradually posting and commenting on articles over the next week I am going to just dump a load of recent 9/11 related articles in this post vacation grab bag.
- 9/11 Widows Further 9/11 Commission "Mistakes" - 9/11 Citizens Watch
- U of O professor accused of hosting anti-Semitic website - Group files complaint over 'wild theories' that blame Jews for 9/11 - Canada.com
- Errors of Commission - The hijacking of the probe into the 9-11 hijackers - Village Voice
- Rice aide hid disbandment of Atta's trackers from 9/11 report - Daily Kos
- 9/11: The spinning of the smoking guns - GlobalResearch.ca
- Mohamed Atta Senior in U.S. Two Weeks Before 9.11 Attack - Mad Cow Productions
- CIA Report on 9/11 Is Complete - Inspector General's Findings Have Yet to Reach Congress - Washington Post
- Kristen Breitweiser - Enabling Danger (part one) - Huffington Post
- The 9/11 Omission Commission & the Lapdog Press - NowPublic.com
- Radiation Expert Claims High-Radiation Readings Near Pentagon After 9/11 Indicate Depleted Uranium Used; High-Ranking Army Officer Claims Missile Used at Pentagon, Not Commercial Airliner - Arctic Beacon
- Jason Leopold: President Bush's Big Secret - Scoop
- William Fisher - State Secrets? - UQ Wire (Sibel Edmonds Related)
- Summit leader's 9/11 'plot' theory - The Australian
- Bin Laden was not capable of carrying out 9/11 attacks: Qazi - Geo.tv
C-SPAN/2 will be broadcasting McKinney's full event on August 31, 2005 from 8:00 pm to 11:30 pm and from 8:00 pm to 1:00 am on September 2, 2005. It is broken into two parts as described here.
Regardless of your political party, I encourage everyone to watch this briefing:
(1) to look at what hard evidence is available;
(2) the sources of such documentation and whether or not it is credible;
I just got word about two upcoming interviews on the National Intel Report with John Stadtmiller. His show airs from 4-6pm CST (5-7pm EST). You can stream it live and check out the schedule on their site below:
Here are the guests:
Aug. 24th - Eric Hufschmid
(Author of Paiful Questions and Painful Deceptions)
Aug. 29th (2nd hour) - David Ray Griffin
(Author of The 9/11 Commission Report: Ommissions and Distortions)
Ward Reilly, left, of Baton Rouge, La., and Andrea Garland, right, of New Orleans, light candles at their camp site on the side of the road near the ranch of President Bush, Thursday, Aug. 11, 2005, in Crawford, Texas. The two are members of Cindy Sheehan's legal counsel and have been camping at the site with her. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
This is quite exciting to see. Great to see those seeking 9/11 truth taking action and visiting Camp Casey!
Today on my way back to town I took the time to listen to Sean Hannity (yes, that Sean Hannity). What caught my attention was that he was talking about the 9/11 coverup! I was unfortunately dismayed to hear that his only arguement of a 9/11 coverup was the recently popular 'Able Danger' articles. Hannity told his listeners that this was proof positive of Clinton knowing about the 9/11 Hijackers prior to 9/11 and doing nothing to stop it. Now I'm not here to get caught up in the left/right paradigm of politics, and I'm definately not here to defend Clinton, but the irony of his statements were worth mentioning. While I can't find a transcript of his show, here is a brief paraphrase of what he was spewing from his mouth, hopefully you can see the irony.
Today new documents related to the planning of the war in Iraq were released. These new documents show quite succinctly that the initial planning for the war in Iraq began within 3 to 7 weeks after 9/11. These new revelations further go to show that statements made by Richard Clarke (and others) that Iraq, not Al-Queda, was the word on Bush and Rumsfeld's lips on 9/11 were almost definately true.
How do these new revelations relate to 9/11?
Last month, he testified at a congressional briefing on the 9/11 Commissionâ€™s final report, the supposedly definitive account of the events leading up to the attacks. The latter assembly, formally called the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, said it sought political neutrality in its compilation of the documentâ€”but Thompson contends that the report is a wholly bipartisan effort, greatly sanitized amid the 10 commissionersâ€™ political affiliations.
Whitewashing the Protection of Terrorists on US Soil - Rawstory.com
But all this is academic. Mohamed Atta was never a green-card holder. Worse still, he never had a valid entry visa. On the contrary, in January 2001, Atta was permitted reentry into the United States after a trip to Germany, despite being in violation of his visa status. He had landed in Miami on January 10 on a flight from Madrid on a tourist visa - yet he had told immigration inspectors that he was taking flying lessons in the US, for which an M-1 student visa is strictly required.
For Immediate Release -- August 17, 2005
We would like to thank Lt. Colonel Anthony Shaffer for coming forward with invaluable information that could ultimately be used to help make our nation safer.
The mandate of the 9/11 Commission was to unearth these facts so as to provide the necessary fixes that would prevent, thwart or mitigate the results of another attack. We strongly disagree with Thomas Kean's and Lee Hamilton's latest conclusion that Able Danger "did not turn out to be historically significant, set against the larger context of U.S. policy and intelligence efforts that involved (Osama) bin Laden and al Qaeda." Clearly, knowledge of the hijackers whereabouts, one year prior to 9/11, would be of extreme relevance to the 9/11 story and would have bearings on recommendations put forth by the 9/11 Commission. It is, therefore, becoming increasingly apparent that the Commission failed in their obligation to the American Public and to those who lost their lives on 9/11.
He spoke on the subject of unity in the movements involved in the Truth Emergency Convergence in D.C. and the need to avoid allowing differences of opinion to fracture a group that is unified in its goals.
Like Cindy Sheehan, the "Jersey Girls" are pursuing a precious and rarely seen commodity in the Bush Administration: the truth. Kristen Breitweiser, Mindy Kleinberg, Lorie Van Auken and Patty Casazza have dogged the White House since 9/11, wanting to know the truth about what government errors led to the loss of their husbands in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
When they began their journey, what they didn't know was that the administration that ran its 2000 election on a platform of transparency in government had shut -- tighter than a safe at Fort Knox -- the doors on truth. Of course, when a president and national security adviser receive a briefing paper that tells them Al-Qaeda plans to hijack planes in the United States -- and they both ignore it and do absolutely nothing to prevent the action -- you might say the Jersey Girls had good reason to suspect that they weren't going to hear the full story.
For some reason or another the omission of 'Able Danger' from the 9/11 Commission report is gaining massive media coverage. I find this particularly interesting as the media has not found any of their other ommissions and distortions worth covering, let alone the recent 9/11 Congressional Briefing.
In any event, Daniel Hopsicker, from madcowprod.com, has written a new article in response to the recent articles about 'Able Danger'.
Former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds is accusing the FBI of covering up improper contacts and financial dealings between certain Turkish nationals and the office of House Speaker Dennis Hastert. We speak with Sibel Edmonds and Vanity Fair journalist David Rose.
truthemergency.us have posted Robert Bowman's speech from the Truth Emergency Convergence held in July. You can find part one and part two here. The first part is not directly related to 9/11, but the second half is. He is an amazing speaker, perhaps due to his military background, and has a way of really stiring up some emotions when he says 'Treason!'. Check the videos out.
SE: The fact that there are no investigations â€“ I will give you an analogy, okay? Say if we decided to have a "war on drugs," but said in the beginning, "right, we're only going to go after the young black guys on the street level." Hey, we already have tens of thousands of them in our jails anyway, why not a few more? But we decided never to go after the middle levels, let alone the top levelsâ€¦
It's like this with the so-called war on terror. We go for the Attas and Hamdis â€“ but never touch the guys on the top.
Been a while since I did a grab bag. Tonight's grab bag is basically a listing of current 9/11 related commentary coming from the mainstream press. It seems as though the 'right' has decided to pick up the discussion of a 9/11 coverup as a way to make it a partisan issue, specifically to blame it squarely on Clinton. Also included are further followup to the recent 'Able Danger' articles, the upcoming National Geographic 9/11 documentary, and an 'Al-Queda militant' who claims he funded and provided visas for 9/11 high-jackers.
Check them out and post some comments.
A Cypriot airliner carrying 121 people crashed north of Athens on Sunday after losing contact with air traffic control minutes before it went down.
A Greek police spokeswoman said there were no immediate reports of survivors.
Two Greek F-16 fighter jets were scrambled after the Helios Airways jet, en route from Larnaca in Cyprus to Prague via Athens, lost contact with the control tower at Athens international airport.
WTC7 collapse foreknowledge on FDNY tapes - Total 911 Info
FIREFIGHTER SCOTT HOLOWACH
A. Yes, Stuyvesant High School, until they figured out, I guess, there was no gas leak or no secondary bomb. Or no bomb. I guess they put the PD in there to search it. They moved us back south. We ended up back up on Vesey Street and West Street and just hanging out until tower 7 came down.
Then we found out, I guess around 3:00 o'clock, that they thought 7 was going to collapse.
Basically, we fell back for 7 to collapse, and then we waited a while and it got a lot more organized, I would guess.