Fifteen years later and the tragic events that occurred on 9/11 still remain in the hearts and minds of many. Millions of people are now familiar with the idea of ‘false flag terrorism,’ and recognize that 9/11 and similar events have been orchestrated by the Western military alliance in order to justify the infiltration of other countries. According to the latest polls, at least half of all US citizens do not believe the official story provided to them by their government, and over two thousand architects, engineers, scientists, and politicians have called for a new investigation into what really happened that day. With government officials continuing to cower away from questions about 9/11, others have played their part in helping the masses wake up to what really happened. Former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, for example, told us that “there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al-Qaeda” and that there is a “propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an intensified entity representing the ‘devil in order to drive TV watchers to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism.”
This topic has gained the attention of influential people around the world, all of whom are trying to reach us through the smokescreen of mainstream media. Canadian economist Dr. Michel Chossudovsky, who is the University of Ottawa’s Emeritus Professor of Economics, told us that the war on terror “is fake,” that it’s based on “fake premises.” He, like many others who are educated on these matters, tells us that “the Islamic state is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian Gulf.”
Despite these concerns, and the mounting evidence that the so-called ‘Middle Eastern terrorists’ actually had nothing to do with 9/11, the United States Congress is trying to pass a bill that would “allow the Saudi government to be held responsible in American courts for any role in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.” According to the NY Times, Saudi Arabia has told the Obama administration and members of Congress that it will sell off hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of American assets held by the kingdom if Congress passes the bill.
The Obama administration is trying to block the bill, fortunately, but is apparently experiencing some backlash from the families of the victims of 9/11 for doing so. Many victims’ families have even used the legal system to try to hold members of the Saudi royal family accountable for what happened on that day.
We never hear about the families that are questioning what role the U.S government played in the attacks, however.
A 1976 law gives foreign nations some immunity from lawsuits in American courts, and this bill would serve to circumvent it. The New York Times explains:
The Senate bill is intended to make clear that the immunity given to foreign nations under the law should not apply in cases where nations are found culpable for terrorist attacks that kill Americans on United States soil. If the bill were to pass both houses of Congress and be signed by the president, it could clear a path for the role of the Saudi government to be examined in the Sept. 11 lawsuits.
Is this bill just an attempt to further push the idea that Muslim terrorists orchestrated 9/11? All we see these days on mainstream corporate media is the supposed link between Islam and terrorism, but nobody ever acknowledges the fact that these terrorists are most likely a product of the Untied States.
Although we have statements from some of America’s brightest exposing what really happened on that day, they are constantly ignored by politicians and other influential leaders.
Professor Lynn Margulis from the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts is just one of many credible people to question the official story. She asserts that “all three buildings were destroyed by carefully planned, orchestrated and executed controlled demolition.”
What Really Happened On 9/11?
We’ve written a number of articles on false flag terrorism and 9/11. If you want to find out more information about it, or learn why millions of people don’t believe the official story, you can check out the list below. It seems a little strange that millions of people feel this way yet the US government refuses to address their concerns, don’t you think?
Why is it that attention is always being brought to the world of Islam, when it is, again, the western military alliance that should be investigated for these tragic events? What is really going on here? What really happened? This is a question many families of the victims are still asking, and one that government officials continue to avoid.
Even former Four Star US Army General and Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, Wesley Clark at a 2007 interview with Democracy Now told us that the United States has no reason to invade countries, that 9/11 was used as justification. When he inquired why this was, he was told it was because the United States “has a good military” and that they can “take down governments.” He then went on to list a number of countries that the US plans to invade and take over, for no good reason. You can watch that interview here.
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Why is it that every single ‘terrorist attack,’ which seem to be happening on a regular basis now, is tied to Islam in some way? The constant connection between Islam and terrorism in the mainstream media is becoming ridiculous. You’ll most likely never see a piece about a terrorist attack without some mention of Islam or something that relates to it. The so-called “Islamic State” really has nothing to do with Islam, and, in my opinion, is no doubt a creation of the Western military alliance.
This ‘Islamaphobia’ has spread its wings across the globe, exemplified perfectly in the case of a Texan teenager named Ahmad Mohamed who was arrested and released with no charges after teachers at his school thought a clock that he made resembled a bomb. You can read more about that here.
Making the connection between terrorism and Islam seems to have become second nature to many people; it is the first conclusion they jump to rather than the last, yet there is so much evidence against this view. Is this hatred and fear being used as a tool to separate us? Is there an attempt to create a global divide, and spark conflict between religions? Is this being capitalized upon to justify the unnecessary invasion of other countries?
It’s impossible to say for sure. The point is, regardless of who you think committed these crimes, Muslims as a whole are going to feel the hate. Mainstream media has linked terrorism to Islam so strongly that they have condemned a whole group of people to our judgement and mistrust. And that simply isn’t right.
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