Aide to Czech President: "There exists a real possibility that September 11 was really organised by U.S. secret services"

Klaus aide: 9/11 attacks likely not by Islamists
ČTK |
11 June 2009

Prague, June 10 (CTK) - Petr Hajek, a close aide to Czech President Vaclav Klaus and Klaus's former spokesman, views as realistic the possibility that the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the USA were organised by U.S. secret services, not Islamist radicals, daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) writes Wednesday.

"There exists a real possibility that September 11 was really organised by U.S. secret services," MfD quotes Hajek as saying in his new book of essays.

Hajek does not give any evidence to support his assertion.

On September 11, 2001, Islamist radicals hijacked four planes with passengers. They crashed with two into the WTO center towers in New York and with one into the Pentagon building in Washington.

The fourth plane crashed before reaching the target, after several passengers put up resistance to the hijackers.

The attacks claimed several thousands of lives.

Citing Hajek's book, MfD writes that he believes that Al-Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden is nothing but a media fiction.

"I personally tend to believe that Usama (as known to the world from his TV addresses) has never existed," Hajek writes in his book.

Elsewhere in the book he labels former Czech president Vaclav Havel "a radical neo-Marxist" and a staunch left-winger.

In his book Hajek also mentions the police's attack on a peaceful demonstration in Prague on November 17, 1989, which triggered off the "Velvet Revolution" in then communist Czechoslovakia.

"November 17 was quite an unimportant incident. Undoubtedly it was no spontaneous action of people," Hajek writes.

According to him, the November 17 demonstrators were brought into streets by the manipulative media propaganda that had raised their feeling that demonstrations "had become acceptable."

"The year 1989 in Czechoslovakia was no democratic revolution (the less so velvet) or an uprising in support of freedom. It was not people's uprising against an oppressive regime," Hajek says in his book, MfD writes.

It ensues from Hajek's book that the world consists of two groups of people - right-wing admirers of Klaus, and leftist Marxists. Former U.S. president George W.Bush is part of the latter group, according to Hajek.

Addressed by MfD, Klaus said Hajek's book is inventive and immensely useful in certain aspects, such as his opinion about the role of the media.

"Hajek says the layer of media manipulation that surrounds September 11, Usama bin Laden and the bombing of Serbia (in 1999) is huge. This makes everyone think about it. By saying this I don't at all say that I share Hajek's opinion on how the events really occurred or might have occurred," Klaus said.

A few weeks ago, Hajek attracted public attention by challenging Darwin's theory of evolution, which in his opinion has "much in common" with Marxism.

Good find. I hope he

Good find. I hope he elaborates more.

Membership rejected

"I personally tend to believe that Usama (as known to the world from his TV addresses) has never existed," Hajek writes in his book

"The year 1989 in Czechoslovakia was no democratic revolution (the less so velvet) or an uprising in support of freedom. It was not people's uprising against an oppressive regime," Hajek says in his book, MfD writes

It ensues from Hajek's book that the world consists of two groups of people - right-wing admirers of Klaus, and leftist Marxists. Former U.S. president George W.Bush is part of the latter group, according to Hajek.

A few weeks ago, Hajek attracted public attention by challenging Darwin's theory of evolution, which in his opinion has "much in common" with Marxism.

It would be great for the truth movement if this man doesn't join.

Agreed.

Agreed.