Dear President Obama, Here Are Some 9/11 'Facts To Be Dealt With'
Dear President Obama:
In your speech today in Cairo, you called the
attacks of September 11, 2001, "not opinions to be debated" but "facts to be
dealt with." I agree.
So let's deal with the facts.
I've summarized important facts in my book "9/11
Unveiled" - an "executive summary" of what happened on that tragic day.
I look forward to your administration dealing with these facts. They lead to
a very different conclusion than the one accepted by both your
administration, and the previous administration.
On July 11, in collaboration with Citizen Investigation Team, and Pilots for
9/11 Truth, we'll present a National Security
Briefing: Deconstructing the 9/11 Pentagon Attack. Our presentation,
based on hard facts, refutes the generally accepted theory.
Do send your staff to examine the facts. The truth will surprise you.
[A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 17 nations finds that majorities in
only nine of them believe that al Qaeda was behind the 9/11 terrorist
attacks on the United States.--"International Poll:
No Consensus On Who Was Behind 9/11," worldpublicopinion.org,
September 10, 2008]
[Poll after poll in the Islamic world has demonstrated that, above all else,
Muslim anti-Americanism is shaped not by cultural, religious or ideological
factors, but by US policies, chief among them support for Israel and, more
recently, the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.. . .
The Defence Science Board is a little-known 40-member federal advisory
committee to the Pentagon, . . . conclusions are as stark as they are
damning: "Muslims do not 'hate our freedom' but rather, they hate our
policies." . . .
It is no wonder that the 22-year CIA veteran and former head of the agency's
Osama Bin Laden Unit, Michael Scheuer, believes there has long been a
conspiracy of silence among political and media elites in the United States
about the real reasons for Muslim hatred of America.--Mehdi Hasan, "Can Obama woo the Muslim world?," New
Statesman, June 4, 2009]
[In his "reaching out" in Cairo, as in his "anti-nuclear" speech in Berlin,
as in the "hope" he spun at his inauguration, this clever young politician
is playing the part for which he was drafted and promoted. This is to
present a benign, seductive, even celebrity face to American power, which
can then proceed towards its strategic goal of dominance, regardless of the
wishes of the rest of humanity and the rights and lives of our
children.--John Pilger, "Smile on the face of the tiger," newstatesman.com, June 11,