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Some Things the 9/11 Commission Didn't Want to Know About

In case you missed it, here's a great quote from this week:

J. Cofer Black, the State Department's Coordinator for Counterterrorism, who was the former point man for the U.S. government's international counterterrorism policy in the first term of the Bush administration, says that "there were things the [9/11] commission wanted to know about and things they didn't want to know about."

C'Mon, you're joking...?

Gracious, Lord O'mighty! I can't believe it. You mean they intended to deceive us?

(...OK., Your turn, I'll quit while I'm ahead. :)

Froomkin's "phrummph!"

"Mr. Woodward's time spent living in the treetops seems to have blinded him to the fact that the forest below was on fire." Wow! What an indictment. If only he'd called it a Reichstag Fire. -- jtg

I don't remember--how to do my job

Rice is a right peice of work.

Look, love, there's only so many times you can use the Regan defense(I don't remember, I can't recall, In my mind that didn't happen, etc, etc) before the lot of us start wondering if you have early Alzheimers.

Bloody hell, she's in on it. I know, I know, but it's hard to tell from outside who knew 911 was going to happen and who had no problem going along with it after the fact. I knew that old fat bastard Cheney was in the know. I'm still not sure about Bush himself. He's a fool but he's a light weight. Premeditated murder seems too rich for his blood, even if all the other cool kids are doing it. I tend to think he was along for the ride but he didn't know any details or how far they'd go. He's no master-mind. And now it's too late to turn back. Still makes him culpable. I wonder if they've got him as bad as they've got us? Cause if they go down, he WILL go down with them.

Thoughts?

Personally...

I don't rule out the idea that Bush was in the know.

Dr. Michael Parenti said something very profound.

This isn't the exact quote, but you'll get the idea.

He said, "I love it when Americans tell me how stupid our leaders are. "Our leaders are SO stupid" they say... If our leaders are SO stupid, how does that reflect on us?"

I think Bush is perfectly capable of the evil necessary to do what was done.
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"It was all about finding a way to do it. That was the tone of it. The president saying ‘Go find me a way to do this."

Bush=Capable????

Parenti rocks.

Reguarding Bush, though, I'm still not convinced. He's not actually leading. He's a figure head. The players--Cheney, Rumsfield, Rice, and yes, sadly, even Powell--I've got no problem with their capacity to rationalize evil-doing "for our own good". I do believe, however, as a child of patholagical privlage (God, I can't spell this morning!), he's got no problem with thinking about murder. I still imaging him shitting his knickers when he found out it was all for real. This is induividual psychology I'm focusing on, mate. If this was Jeb or that snake Daddy Bush, I wouldn't have any doubts.

new short movie on the

new short movie on the destruction of WTC7, if you like it i'll make an english version

http://video.google.nl/videoplay?docid=-2539584279434873844&hl=nl

It,s undeniable that wtc7

It,s undeniable that wtc7 was brought down by controlled demolition, you would have to be a grade A idiot (or work for popular mechanics) not to see it, you don't need to be a demolition expert to work this one out.