Trump: ‘find out who really knocked down the Twin Towers’ 

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: 

9 thoughts on “Trump: ‘find out who really knocked down the Twin Towers’ ”

  1. I would love to read those 28 pages

    IMO at the moment I doubt the Saudi leaders $ ended up in AlQaeda coffers but it’s possible relatives funds
    Ended up in their hands without their knowledge .

    The leaders would risk way too much if they were anywhere near 9/11 IMO – we are their military supplier , defender , and at the time their biggest oil customer . How could any leaders risk that , and for what positive outcome .

  2. Media interest in Saudi Arabian connections to the crimes of 9/11 has centered on calls for the release of the 28 missing pages from the Joint Congressional Inquiry’s report. However, those calls focus on the question of hijacker financing and omit the most interesting links between the 9/11 attacks and Saudi Arabia—links that implicate powerful people in the United States. Here are twenty examples.

    See link –

    1. Thank you for the link to Kevin Ryan’s blog “sh”,

      Kevin was one of the earliest and bravest voices to confront the ludicrous official narrative of 9/11. I have followed him from the time he confronted his employers; Underwriters Laboratories, and fired for revealing the company’s heat testing of the steel box assemblies for the WTC.

      His work with Jones and Harrit on the Sol-gel aspect of the tower’s demise is most appreciated as well.


  3. I guarantee you, if Trump tries to see the BS that the Saudi’s did 9/11, you won’t be getting the whole truth, but another modified limited hangout.

    Zelikow’s record gets really interesting when we consider that he went on to write the 9/11 Commission Report. He earned a law degree from the University of Houston Law School and a Ph. D. from Tufts University. He wrote books too. He wrote a book on The Kennedy Tapes, and another on Why People Don’t Trust Government. One of his areas of expertise is PUBLIC MYTHOLOGY.

    While at Harvard he actually wrote about the use, and misuse, of history in policymaking. As he noted in his own words, “contemporary” history is “defined functionally by those critical people and events that go into forming the public’s presumptions about its immediate past. The idea of ‘public presumption’,” he explained, “is akin to [the] notion of ‘public myth’ but without the negative implication sometimes invoked by the word ‘myth.’ Such presumptions are beliefs (1) thought to be true (although not necessarily known to be true with certainty), and (2) shared in common within the relevant political community.” So Zelikow, the guy who wrote The 9/11 Commission Report, was an expert in how to misuse public trust and create PUBLIC MYTHS.

    These articles dispel those myths:


  4. Alex Jones? See Freeing Oneself from the Roger Rabbit Mental World:
    ” At the time, my understanding of the world was pretty conventional. I believed the things I was told — for example, that a lone nut by the name of Oswald had shot Kennedy, and another lone gunman named James Earl Ray later shot King. Of course 9/11 hadn’t happened yet, but, when it did, a couple of years later, I assumed that the official story was broadly true. In retrospect, I am not sure whether, at the time, I even knew the term “false flag terrorism”. Probably not. In general, I believed that the way to stay informed about world events was to watch CNN and the BBC or read the New York Times. I also held rather typical mainstream liberal/progressive views that a North American university graduate would hold. In short, I was a typical overeducated idiot.”

  5. 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.

    I suspect it would show that some of the members of the Saudi Royal Family were funding al-Qaeda right up to 9/11 (probably beyond that as well).

    1. If it leads back to the Royal Family would that in turn lead to the Bush family as they are joined at the hip so to speak?
      Didn’t one of the younger Bush children call one of the princes “Uncle _____”? Maybe that’s why as I’ve read some in the Republican party are not at all enthused with Trump’s success thus far.

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