Monday, July 16, 2018

911 Attacks Apologist

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Noam Chomsky: No Evidence that Al-Qaeda Carried Out 911 Attacks Zero Hedge Noam Chomsky just told Press TV: "The explicit and declared motive of the [Afghanistan] war was to compel the Taliban to turn over to the United States, the people who they accused of having been involved in World Trade Center and Pentagon terrorist acts. The Taliban…they requested evidence…and the Bush administration refused to provide any," the 81-year-old senior academic made the remarks on Press TV "We later discovered one of the reasons why they did not bring evidence: they did not have any."

Gordon Duff Veterans Today (sister website to Russian institution)  Osama bin Laden: Closing the Case on an Innocent Man   Jun 15, 2011 - By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor. The real Osama bin Laden was someone few Americans knew anything about. He knew nothing of Al Qaeda, ...

Mads Gilbert Norway Activist often described as a man who supported the 911 attacks, weeks after the 9/11 attacks “If the US government has a legitimate right to bomb and kill civilians in Iraq, also the oppressed have a moral right to attack the United States with the weapons they may create.”

Glenn Greenwald   Zero Dark Thirty - Wikipedia   Glenn Greenwald, in The Guardian, stated that the film takes a pro-torture stance, describing it as "pernicious propaganda"   Not Everyone Thinks Killing Anwar al-Awlaki Was the Right Thing to Do nymag    Salon journalist and former constitutional lawyer Glenn Greenwald argues that the killing of Awlaki has “transformed someone who was, ... some civil liberties defenders are questioning our government’s use of assassination without due process, reigniting arguments made by the New York Times, Newsweek , and even Ron Paul, that the murder of Awlaki, who was born in New Mexico, may actually do more harm than good Salon journalist and former constitutional lawyer Glenn Greenwald argues that the killing of Awlaki has “transformed someone who was, at best, a marginal figure into a martyr,” and that the United States has blatantly ignored the Fifth Amendment (“No person shall be deprived of life without due process of law”).

Ron Paul says U.S. intervention motivated 9/11 attacks | Iowa Caucuses  Aug 27, 2011 exas Rep. Ron Paul says that U.S. intervention in the Middle East is a main motivation behind terrorist hostilities toward America, and that Islam is not a threat to the nation.  “Which enemy are you worried that will attack our national security?” Paul asked.  “If you’re looking for specifics, I’m talking about Islam. Radical Islam,” the man answered.  “I don’t see Islam as our enemy,” Paul said. “I see that motivation is occupation and those who hate us and would like to kill us, they are motivated by our invasion of their land, the support of their dictators that they hate.” Paul referred to a military base in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, as a key motivator in the Sept. 11th attacks. Osama bin Laden viewed it as an American desecration of holy land.