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Eight years since 9/11/2001 September 11, 2009

Posted by truthspew in Uncategorized.
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I remember that day clear as a bell. At the time I was the I.T. Director for the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General.

My first clue was the help desk emails and calls that web performance was very slow. I went up to the Admin Directors office and she had her television on. It was then I knew what was causing our net connection to slow down. Everyone was trying to find out what was going on. Word was passed to each division that television in directors offices would be on and to avoid using the web to get information for the catastrophe.

Here are some things I find interesting about the events of 9/11/2001:

1) The day after, on 9/12/2001 we at the AG’s office had the name, and all pertinent information about every single Arab or Middle Eastern person living in the state of RI. Make of that what you will. I just find it strange.

2) The whole diversion to Iraq amazes me. Recall that 17 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi Arabian, not Iraqi.

3) The President had received a daily brief in which it was detailed that Al Qaeda determined to strike using aircraft a full month before the events of that fateful day.

In my mind I have a few theories, none of which make the Bush administration look very good.

The first theory is that the administration truly didn’t know what was going on. There was always that illusion about George W. Bush but it isn’t the truth. They knew.

Secondly is that it’s curious we were doing stand downs on our interceptor forces that day. This would mean that the administration knew and decided to do nothing, to let the attack happen. This jibes with the PNAC documents.

Lastly, they not only knew but actively planned it. This is the blackest it gets. Put it this way the second instance indicates treason no matter how you dice it, and this one would be worse than treason.

Chew on that for awhile.

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