Giuliani does flip-flop on 9/11


Published - Sunday, June 03, 2007

Giuliani does flip-flop on 9/11

Rudy Giuliani has changed his story about 9/11. And if you bother to see the video on YouTube, Giuliani is not talking about World Trade Center No. 7. He firmly states he does not know its condition. Therefore, he was told before the collapse about the first two towers coming down.

Why doesn’t America know that he was warned that the towers were going to collapse?

Because the media are too busy with NASCAR and “American Idol” to care.

Consider this: On Tuesday, members of a 9/11 truth activist group confronted former Mayor Rudy Giuliani at a New York fundraiser about the fall of the World Trade Center. Giuliani’s politely phrased response, caught by WNBC news cameras filming the event, was, “I didn’t know that the towers were going to collapse.”

That response contradicts remarks the former New York City mayor made about being warned about the collapse during a phone interview with former ABC anchor Peter Jennings on Sept. 11, 2001, as shown in a transcript WNBC obtained from the Giuliani 2008 campaign.

Giuliani told Jennings, “I — I went down to the scene, and we set up headquarters at 75 Barkley St., which was right there with the police commissioner, the fire commissioner, the head of emergency management, and we were operating out of there when we were told that the World Trade Center was going to collapse. And it did collapse before we could actually get out of the building, so we were trapped in the building for 10, 15 minutes, and finally found an exit and got out, walked north, and took a lot of people with us.”

let's hear it rudy!

the trauma of that day--I didn't recall that yes, I DID tell Peter Jennings that we were told the towers were going to collapse, but I was referring to the FIREFIGHTERS. no I can't explain what I mean by that. Ask Larry.


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Only one little quibble...

you stated: Because the media are too busy with NASCAR and “American Idol” to care.

It is my firm belief... and it is not too outrageous... that the media are -intentionally- too busy with NASCAR etc. Their's is the more subtle approach of distraction and confusion. They made it inevitable that folks will watch a mass of nonsense about whatever. Then they justify what they broadcast by attesting that that is what the American (dumbed down American) public is interested in. And, of course, many many Americans are entranced by it. Over years, very used to it. By design.

And, when the general strategy was formulated, the designers, including social psychologists (I assume) would know full well the demographics of IQ, psychopathology, cognitive predilections of the bulk of the poplulace.....

"There are none so hoplessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free." (Goethe)

Definitely by design.

The dubming down probably got kicked into high gear during the Clinton years, with an unconscious rebellion occurring around the nucleus of the "grunge" music scene, and intensified and mutated by the underground dance music/"rave" scene. My generation's double-barrel "hippie" movements.

Since Bush ascended to his rightful position of historical infamy, the mind-rape of the American populace has become brutal and systematic. Overdoses of Faux News and Paris Hilton have left the American psyche stumbling in a back alley somewhere, as if Nightclub Earth has ejected us from the party for being TOO fucked up.

The definiton of "thought crime" has been turned on its head. It now becomes clear that the actions of the unholy state/media/corporatocracy union were an intentional violation, a forceful taking of that which did not belong to them. Indeed, we have for the last few decades been enveloped by a black brain-cloud, a surreal, infantilizing mind-fuck culture. I believe it is time for Geneva and the Hague to update their definitions of "crimes against humanity" to include mass assaults on the public consciousness.
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