Propaganda Rue: France's "Rue 89" Kisses Neocon Ass

From "altheos";

A famous French news website, Rue 89, has produced a so-called
investigation of 911, with the help of the first school of journalism in
France, the CFJ.

Under the direction of Guillaume Dasquié, a well-known journalist
specialized in intelligence affairs and a debunker of 911 alternative
theories , more than thirty young students have "worked" during
four days only to put on line a definitive answer to the "conspiracy

Le Monde - English Translation from Truthout.org

(Remember that in 1994, Air France flight 8969 was hijacked with plans to crash it into the Eiffel Tower, or blow it up in mid-air. The following year, in 1995, Project Bojinka was "discovered", including the lesser known secondary plot, on the same laptop;

"Then we found another document that discussed a second alternative to crash the 11 planes into selected targets in the United States instead of just blowing them up in the air. These included the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia; the World Trade Center in New York; the Sears Tower in Chicago; the TransAmerica Tower in San Francisco; and the White House in Washington, DC. Murad himself was to fly the plane that would be crashed into the CIA headquarters..."

So when Mr. Lorenzi says, "in 2001, hijacking an airplane didn't mean the same thing as it did after September 11" take it with a grain of salt. A BIG grain of salt. Thanks Arno Mansouri for the reminders. -rep.)