Rudy Giuliani Attacks Freedom, Profits from Terror, But Does Not Read
Rudy Giuliani, Republican candidate for President is calling for increased use of “electronic surveillance” and “interrogations” in the “War on Terror.”
It would seem clear from reports (Newsweek), that Giuliani has a clear motivation to keep domestic security in the publics mind, other than public safety.
"And he [has] been charging $100,000 a speech - $200,000 when he lingers for chitchat or a meal or two.
Yes, as the records now show, 9/11 has been very, very good to Rudy."
“In the new FEC filing from the Giuliani campaign, he put his personal assets in the $13-million to $66-million range, including his share of the Giuliani & Co. consulting firm. And most of the income, more than $11 million, came from speaking fees.”
Giuliani, fresh off a failed attempt to slight Ron Paul in the debate, is standing with his comments that American Foreign policy did not contribute to 9/11, despite what the 9/11 Commission’s Report says.
“Bin Laden’s grievance with the United States may have started in reaction to specific U.S. policies but it quickly became far deeper.” [ p 51]
“Yousef ’s instant notoriety as the mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing inspired KSM to become involved in planning attacks against the United States. By his own account, KSM’s animus toward the United States stemmed not from his experiences there as a student, but rather from his violent disagreement with U.S. foreign policy favoring Israel.” [p 147]
“American foreign policy is part of the message. America’s policy choices have consequences. Right or wrong, it is simply a fact that American policy regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and American actions in Iraq are dominant staples of popular commentary across the Arab and Muslim world.That does not mean U.S. choices have been wrong. It means those choices must be integrated with America’s message of opportunity to the Arab and Muslim world. Neither Israel nor the new Iraq will be safer if worldwide Islamist terrorism grows stronger.” [p. 376]
Rudy Giuliani clearly has a lot of questions to answer. Having done Ron Paul a favor, and further exposing himself as a terror supporter, Giuliani needs to face the reality that America is waking up. The more he pushes fear, and pedals propaganda, the more he exposes himself as a fraud. Give it up Rudy, we are onto you.