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9/11 and Saudis

February 9th, 2015 · 8 Comments

It can be difficult to penetrate the layers of lies about 9/11 and this particular zone of the conspiracy, viz. the Saudis, is especially obscure. But taken on the surface, once we see the false-flag conspiracy behind the 9/11 operation, the issue of the Saudis falls into place, although without full resolving the issues.
A false flag conspiracy that used Arab patsies would surely end up being under the microscope of Mossad and the Saudi intelligence services. We can’t take it much further, save to note that given this kind of evidence, as in this video, we must suspect that the cooperation of the Saudis was sought (by the perpetrators) and the choice of so many Saudi ‘terrorists’ is an obvious result of the way the plot was constructed.

The issue of Saudi pilots is in any case obscure: many students think the 9/11 planes were run by remote control software of a very advanced type not in the public domain. The difficulty of targetting jetliners with the precision seen is very hard to understand, even with highly experienced pilots.

So the issues are hard to study, but this video is complete bullshit.

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8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 NK // Feb 9, 2015 at 1:57 pm

    So, let me get this straight. You actually think 9/11 was a government conspiracy, but they couldn’t even correctly frame the country they wanted to invade: Iraq? And they were able to pull off a sophisticated plot in one of the most crowded/most watched/most filmed cities in the world, but they couldn’t even get away with planting WMDs in Iraq (thousands of miles away from the watchful scrutiny of mainstream & independent Western media) to justify the invasion? People realized early in the war that it was a catastrophic blunder. You’ve gotta be f*cking kidding me Landon.

  • 2 nemo // Feb 10, 2015 at 1:27 pm

    What is your statement here? It doesn’t make sense. The question of Iraq is not part of the case, although it is relevant in the background.The issue of WMD in Iraq, what’s your point? You deduction doesn’t follow.

    The evidence for a 9/11 conspiracy is so strong I fail to understand your difficulty on the matter. The issue of the Saudis is not clear, but the Saudi intelligence agencies must have learned of the conspiracy early on or else from the start given the evidence of Saudi perps and their backgrounds. I don’t know, that part of the effort to understand is still fuzzy. As is the issue of Mossad, some of whose agents were caught red-handed.

  • 3 NK // Feb 10, 2015 at 3:55 pm

    If it was a conspiracy, why didn’t they implicate Iraq? The conspirators could pull of 9/11, but they couldn’t handle the Iraq situation correctly?

  • 4 nemo // Feb 15, 2015 at 11:16 am

    The question is not relevant, I think.
    The basic focus should be on the facts that can’t be refuted easily, e.g. the physics the Twin Towers. etc… The question of the Saudis is simply accessory. But they clearly have been closely associated with the US for more than a century.

  • 5 NK // Feb 17, 2015 at 10:23 am

    Don’t get me wrong…I’m in agreement that the U.S. government is the most evil entity in the world. I just think that conspiracy theories here are totally uncalled for and not credible. It distracts us from taking effective political action against the crooks and thugs in Washington.

  • 6 nemo // Feb 18, 2015 at 12:08 pm

    I have said it before: the evidence for a 9/11 conspiracy it too massive to be ignored.

  • 7 nemo // Feb 19, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    I never said the US government was the most evil entity in the world. It is a capitalist society founded in a bourgeois revolution and has degenerated into a form of capitalist imperialism> It was one the the first great attempt to create modern democracy and remains relevant on that basis. The emergence of the ‘evil’ factor is hard to understand but we can trace some of the problem to the era when the covert agencies began to cancerate the whole system

  • 8 nemo // Feb 20, 2015 at 1:16 pm

    I don’t actually call the US gov the ‘most evil’…But this is worth some commentary in a post.

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