#Declassify: Why Are 28 Pages about Saudi Involvement in 9/11 Still Secret?
Layers of secrets, deceit and black ops have propped up the official 9/11 fairy tale, while shielding those who carried out the false flag psyop that has defined 21st century politics.
There are some in Congress working to publicly release the redacted pages of the “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001,” the forerunner to the whitewash 9/11 Commission Report, which pointed towards prior knowledge and involvement in the event by several intelligence agencies including the U.S., UK, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Turkey.
The redacted 28-pages, for instance, played a role in blocking a lawsuit brought by the families of 9/11 victims against Saudi Arabia and its royal family (though they now have another chance).
The Bush Administration moved to keep the pages – said to tie hijacker funding to the Saudis – allegedly due to potential embarrassment and outrage over the extensive connections between the Bush family, the bin Laden family and their deep operations in oil, geopolitics and intrigue.
Former president George H.W. Bush was reportedly meeting with the brother of Osama bin Laden, Shafiq bin Laden, on the morning of the 9/11 attacks at a Carlyle Group function, a defense contracting and investment firm of which both men are members.
While these documents would hardly be the Holy Grail of 9/11 secrets, the information should not be withheld from the public; and certainly fingers should be pointed at the Bush family, the extensive neocon/Project for a New American Century node that worked inside the Bush administration and at the Saudis who’ve been deeply – but covertly – involved in terrorist attacks throughout the world. They aspire to be a focal point of the remapped Middle East, seeking to share power with Israel and its Western allies, and participating in the perpetual upheaval, wars and turmoil across the region. Its role in the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan is just the beginning.
Former FBI translator Sibel Edmonds, who was gagged by court order and later became a whistleblower, revealed the extent of her knowledge about the intelligence partnerships between Turkey, Pakistan and the Anglo-American alliance, as well as the bombshell that Osama bin Laden – a covert CIA operative since the late 70s – was working for the United States up until the day of 9/11.
Well, of course, a little declassification here and there is never going to add up to the truth on its own (hence the need for independent investigation and eternal vigilance); but at least it is something, and there is little doubt this stuff needs to be on the record.
At the same time, is there not enough “official” evidence of cover-up, obfuscation, lies, omissions and covert crimes to call the whole thing off? Need we start rattling off the list of false flags, secret wars and undue power admittedly done by those in power to make the point?
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