When the History of 9/11 is Written


What will future history books say about 9/11? When all the facts are in, what will future historians write about 9/11?

Well, a good place to start might be to see what professional historians are saying now.

All of the following historians have concluded that 9/11 was an inside job, or at least questioned major portions of the the government's account about 9/11:

Col. Ronald D. Ray, U.S. Marine Corps (ret), Military Historian and Deputy Director of Field Operations for the U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center, Washington, D.C. 1990 - 1994, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense during the Reagan Administration and a highly decorated Vietnam veteran (two Silver Stars, a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart)

Georg Kreis, PhD, Professor of History and Director of the Europe Institut of the University of Basel

Daniele Ganser, PhD, Lecturer in the History Department at the University of Basel. Former Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. Former Researcher at the Military Academy (MILAK) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Howard Zinn, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Boston University. Historian and political scientist. Author of A People's History of the United States

Major John M. Newman, PhD, U.S. Army (ret), Professor of History and International Relations, University of Maryland. Former Executive Assistant to the Director of the National Security Agency. Former military attaché in China. 21-year career in U.S. Army Intelligence

James G. Smart, PhD, Professor Emeritus of History, Keene State College. Former Assistant Professor of History, University of Chattanooga

Carolyn Baker, PhD, Adjunct Professor of History, New Mexico State University

Joseph Diaferia, Professor of History and political science

Prominent World War II historian Robert Stinnett (who stated, in a telephone interview with me, that he believes the government let 9/11 happen in order to justify its agenda)

Gore Vidal, writer and historian

Webster Tarpley, historian and writer

Many other historians, especially those with expertise on war and fascism, understand that false flag operations such as 9/11 have been used throughout history to justify military campaigns and the consolidation of domestic power.

Webster Tarpley

Isn't he a historian too?

Thanks, I added


It doesn't...

Surprise me that Robert Stinnett believes that considering what he wrote.

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Stinnett is

a really good guy.

Glad to see this

Now if all the truther historians with academic jobs could get a panel together for the next AHA conference, maybe they could wake up more of their colleagues and lead to a more receptive climate to critical treatment of the official story on more and more campuses.

Unfortunately, one could consider the most critical channel for disseminating history in a society is at the pre-university level, where children and teenagers are supposed to pick up the basics. U.S. history textbook pubishers would probably be reluctant to publish something that exposed the implausibility of the official story, for fear that school boards would be too reluctant to purchase it, because of the uproar that might ensue when parents and the local media caught wind of it. It's really something--in recent decades, such textbooks have become much more inclusive (in my experience) than they once were when it comes to the histories of racial minorities and women; but I wonder, is there even a single U.S. history textbook available today which doesn't parrot the official line on the JFK assassination? That's my concern for 9/11 truth as well. Propagandize them when they're young, and then it'll take them years to unlearn all the falsehoods they've been taught about transparency and accountability in the US political system.