Tag Archive for 9/11
George Will exposes one of the tricks of U.S. national security agencies use to protect themselves from embarrassment.
Documents can be kept forever secret by government agencies declaring them “drafts” or otherwise “deliberative.”
Trump is making a campaign issue of the 28 pages of classified material about the Saudi Royal Family. This is potent stuff coming from a New Yorker, and he’s factually correct that something is being hidden.
you will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center. Because they have papers in there that are very secret, you may find it’s the Saudis, okay? But you will find out.”
Source: » Alex Jones’ Infowars:
Peter Dale Scott’s response to the Ellsberg Challenge:
“The first step towards an end to excess secrecy and rule by unchecked agencies (the American deep state) is for Congress to terminate the two States of Emergency proclaimed after 9/11 under Executive Orders 13223 and 13224, presumably authorizing Continuity of Government (COG) procedures, such as the warrantless surveillance so amply documented by Edward Snowden. Read more
If you’re so open-minded, one correspondent asks, why don’t you run my comment about 9/11 conspiracy theories?
Answer: Read more
A couple of people wrote this week, asking why we allow anti-conspiratorial writers to comment on the site.
Answer: Because of a certain philosophical premise we embrace: Read more
As Cass Sunstein promotes his new book, “Conspiracy Theories and Other Dangerous Ideas,” he avoids talking about JFK conspiracy theories. He didn’t mention JFK in his Reddit AMA last week, though in Bloomberg he uttered the phrase “assassinations of national leaders.”
The most-read stories on JFK Facts for the week of Dec. 12-19 were:
I must confess that I am a 9/11 conspiracy theorist. My theory is that the attacks on New York and Washington were the result of a plot organized by Khalid Sheik Muhammed, funded by Osama bin Laden, and carried out by Muhammed’s extended family and other men enlisted by the lead co-conspirators.
The historical validity of that conclusion doesn’t mean we know the whole story of the 9/11 attacks.
So says Bob Graham, the former Florida Senator and 9/11 Commission member.