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Do Your Senators Want To Keep Hiding IDs Of 9/11 Funders?

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 18:04
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The time is now to pressure Senate and House members who are suppressing the joint Senate-House government report that in 2002 identified funders of the deadly attacks 9/11 attacks.

New momentum to dispel the secrecy stems from this month’s 9/11 memorials and research conferences.

World Trade CenterCongress has returned to work after summer recess amid alarming war-escalation rhetoric, especially from 2016 GOP presidential candidates.

As indicated by the Sept. 16 GOP debate, nearly all candidates cite the 2001 tragedies as a rationale to fatten the coffers of their defense industry donors by seeking new battles against entities like ISIS and Syria that had no involvement in 9/11 attacks, whatever their other abuses. From a constitutional standpoint, no legal basis exists for war against either entity. Also, the Obama administration announced this week vast new spending for war and refugee aid in Syria with minimal safeguards against abuses by terrorists seeking either to confiscate modern U.S. weapons or to infiltrate refugee arrivals into defenseless U.S. communities.

Busy voters have scant way to learn the facts. The U.S. government promptly destroyed evidence from the 9/11 crime scenes and otherwise thwarted standard criminal investigations, trials, and most other normal investigation.

The FBI, U.S. Customs Service, Federal Aviation Agency and New York’s Office of Emergency Management, for example, immediately seized airplane parts, computers, and helped supervise the shipment of World Trade Center structural steel out of the United States for meltdown in Asia smelters before the evidence could be analyzed by experts who could confirm the official story about the causes and perpetrators of the mass murder.

Even elected federal officials are forbidden under penalty of imprisonment from disclosing to voters the identities of those who funded the attacks.

One of the most inspiring voices for transparency and accountability is Republican Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky (shown at left), who has stated that the 28 pages Thomas Massieare “shocking” and that “I had to stop every couple pages and…try to rearrange my understanding of history. It challenges you to rethink everything.”

Meanwhile, the vast majority of politicians and media who should be demanding answers are not even interested in discussing the topic.

To oppose such corrupt, immoral, and counter-productive policies, the Justice Integrity Project has participated in strategy and research conferences this month in both New York City and Washington, DC.

This work builds on our previous reporting, including that of the 1963 Kennedy assassination and our recommendation that no federal Democratic or Republican candidate merits support in 2016 unless he or she has at least read the suppressed 28 pages of the 2002 joint Senate-House report.

The report itself is secret, except to members of Congress who can look at the materials under guard and without pencil, paper, cellphone or staff. Yet independent investigators have pointed to evidence that suggests the report implicates the Saudi Arabian government in heavily funding the suspects. Some researchers also state that the Saudis worked in de facto alliance with their supposed adversaries from Israel, as well as with supporters of the Saudi and Israeli governments who are embedded into key U.S. government and business positions. The supposed motives? One so that war and cybersecurity contractors can profit along with their financial and political partners. Another would be so that the United States could keep propping up the Middle East monarchies and increasingly expansionist Israel, which has been swelling with settlers seeking nearby lands.

To be clear, disclosure of the 28 pages would merely a step in the right direction of documenting allegations, albeit an essential step.

No 28-page government report can answer all important questions about the attacks. These were purportedly by 19 hijackers of four airplanes that crashed into two buildings at the World Trade Towers in New York City, the Pentagon in Arlington, VA across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, and in a rural area near Shanksville, PA. Any examination of the attacks should include also the deadly anthrax killings in the weeks after the airplane crashes leading to rushed passage of the Patriot Act in October, 2001.

In sum, any job description of elected officials, particularly of the U.S. senators running for president, should logically include their commitment to examine all reasonable evidence and possibilities, and then declare their conclusions to voters.


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