LIHOP (and possibly MIHOP) Finally Makes The New York Times

This story firmly supports the LIHOP theory.

But don't be alarmed, all you MIHOP theorists. It does nothing to dismiss the possibility of MIHOP. It does nothing to disprove facilitation by members of our government.

What it does prove is that the attacks of 9/11 were clearly on the radar by elements of our intelligence agencies, while the execute branch was stonewalling the issue.

Think about it. The head of the CIA tells the National Security Advisor of an IMMINENT attack - and she brushes them off?

Taken in concert with the testimony of Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer and the facts regarding Able Danger, we clearly have high ranking member of our military - including a 2-star general, personally intervening to protect Atta - or the persona of Atta - patsy or not - therefore adding the MIHOP element to this story.

This is a huge story - and one 9/11 activists should be making as much noise as possible about:

New York Times

October 1, 2006
9/11 Panel Members Weren’t Told of Meeting

WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 — Members of the Sept. 11 commission said today that they were alarmed that they were told nothing about a White House meeting in July 2001 at which George J. Tenet, then the director of central intelligence, is reported to have warned Condoleezza Rice, then the national security adviser, about an imminent Al Qaeda attack and failed to persuade her to take action.