Monday, May 2, 2016

9/11 Smoke and Mirrors

There is a little drama over the possible release of a "classified" 911 document in the news which purports to be yet another circus side show. The New York Daily news is reporting that CIA Director John Brennan says documents that could link Saudi Arabia to 9/11 terrorists should be kept classified. Are you kidding me? Why even cite the CIA director? That's like citing Pablo Escobar or Maneu Noreaga. The CIA are drug traffickers.

The New York Daily states: "Former Florida Sen. Bob Graham, who co-chaired the joint Congressional inquiry, has been leading a push to release the documents, saying they suggest a Saudi role." No kidding. According to CNN 15 of the 19 hijackers in 911 came from Saudi Arabia and two came from United Arab Emirates where Erik Prince built his little mercenary army.

This is nothing new. The fact that the CIA ordered Mike Springman to approve their passports after he had denied them is nothing new either. What's new is this fake report claiming it was because of diplomatic immunity which is a bold faced lie.

The New York Post claims "Case agents I’ve interviewed at the Joint Terrorism Task Forces in Washington and San Diego, the forward operating base for some of the Saudi hijackers, as well as detectives at the Fairfax County (Va.) Police Department who also investigated several 9/11 leads, say virtually every road led back to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, as well as the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles. Yet time and time again, they were called off from pursuing leads. A common excuse was diplomatic immunity.”

That is nonsense. Diplomatic immunity wouldn't even explain why investigations were called off. These weren't diplomats. Neither would it explain why the CIA approved their passports after they had been denied. It is more smoke and mirror bullsh*t. Meanwhile, back on the ranch, the CIA 'live tweets' Osama bin Laden raid to mark the 5th anniversary of the raid. Yet back in reality, the Bin Laden "confession" video didn't even look like bin Laden.

Absurdly, as we speak MSN is reporting 9 Travel Safety Tips from a Former CIA Agent. The CIA is spamming the media with more smoke and mirrors bs in it's continued disinformation campaign. How about some CIA live tweets about their involvement with Operation Fast and Furious or their years of drug trafficking in Vietnam and Nicaragua?

Global Research is referring to it as a red herring propaganda ploy because that is exactly what it is. The CIA approved the passports after they were previously denied. That's all there is to it. The CIA spamming the media with nonsense has become ridiculous. They have no credibility after MI 6 was caught sending the media fake reports about Iraq's WMD in Operation Mass Appeal.

The CIA spamming the media with press releases is reminiscent of how they sent out the press release on the collapse of the third tower in New York to BBC early by mistake. They sent the press release out before it even happened. The third tower collapsed at freefall speed into it's own blueprint just like a controlled demolition even though no planes hit that tower. BBC reported that it had collapsed before it happened. Later they explained that they simply made a mistake and that they weren't in on any conspiracy.

If you report a murder that didn't happen that is a mistake. If you report a murder that did happen before it happened, that is not a mistake, that is inside information. The BBC obviously weren't part of the conspiracy. They were simply reporting on the press release the CIA had sent them early by mistake which they now deny but is the only plausible explanation. The CIA need to explain how they knew it was going to collapse before it did and how they had press releases prepared before hand. The CIA is a criminal organization. Buyer Beware.


  1. Excellent post. Thanks for the link to the article on Prince in Abu Dahbi, very informative and I don't doubt the information presented there.

    Just to be clear, we differ in our opinions of whether being a soldier for hire is an honorable profession or not. It could be, or it might not be, depends on the who the employer is and what they want done. People who join the FFL are mercenaries, as are the Swiss Guards at the Vatican. Executive Outcomes worked for repressive governments in Africa, but they are all repressive on that continent, just a matter of degree. EO put a fairly quick end to "liberation" movements that were and would have been even worse than who was in power, hacking off children's limbs so they could never grow up to oppose them after "The Lord's Resistance Army" had killed their parents, or kidnapping them for use as child soldiers, their first task to kill another child to prove their worth. Sometimes the choice is between bad and worse. In Africa that's always the choice.

    My whole point was that someone who works for a company contracted by their own government to work for their own country at an embassy or something similar isn't a mercenary in the non-Dennis Watson definition of the word. An American guard at a US Embassy isn't a mercenary, regardless of what company holds the contract from the US Government to supply such guards. The fact that they are all ex-US military and carry the same weapons as the military doesn't make them military. It's a war zone, what do you expect, a .38 revolver and a whistle? Now those Columbian's hired by the UAE, they are definitely mercs. But so what? Beats the f*** out of "The Islamic Republic of the UAE"....

    1. I'm not the only one that uses the term mercenary when describing Erik Prince's privatized army. Every other truther does as well including the New York Times.
      Contracting out government services is debatable. Erik Prince however is a scoundrel. History has recorded that. In this life we all face a struggle between good and evil. Erik Prince is on the wrong side of that struggle.

  2. Yes, it will be interesting when those 28 pages are released. 60 minutes did an interesting article on it.

    Now as to mercenaries or whatever. In my opinion any person guarding a government installation ought to be a member of the military. This constant "contracting" out of military services never ends well.

    1. Indeed, just like Enron. It means even less public accountability. When Blackwater were originally accused of war crimes in Iraq Blackwater argued that since they weren't civilians they couldn't be tried as civilians because they were military. Then they also argued that since they weren't actually military, they couldn't be tried by the military either. It was an evil plot to get away with committing war crimes. If the CIA are bad which they are, then contracting out their dirty deeds helps their plausible deniability just like a Hells Angels puppet club.


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