Tuesday, December 5

When You Gonna Learn?

9/11-Truth documentary Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime compounds the growing number of questions about the American crime of the century that yet to be adequately explained, although 9/11 has well served the Bush White House as its justification for imposing a preemptive war agenda abroad and fascist police state at home.

For those not either IQ-impaired or chronically dissociated from their mental processes, the evidence that 9/11 was an inside job is overwhelming beyond belief. For example, former ABC producer and now prolific 9/11 author Peter Lance has just released his final 9/11 Truth book in a trilogy that focuses on the cover-up prowess of the FBI and 9/11 Commission.

Ascending to the number four on Amazon.com's "terror list," Triple Cross explores what The Washington Establishment wishes to spin as yet another remarkable "intelligence failure" that allowed al-Qaeda's 9/11 training master Ali A. Mohamed to serve as an FBI informant at the time he was also was eluding them to train al-Qaeda operatives in 1992 to make the first bomb attack on the World Trade Center and in 1998 to blow up US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Mohamed is the most brilliant "double agent" in world history, able to elude FBI and the CIA and right under their noses train al-Qaeda soldiers across the world without detection.

But former Canadian diplomat and UC-Berkeley professor emeritus of English Peter Dale Scott recently wrote a compelling piece on Mohamed that demonstrates he was a protected US asset in its stable of resident terrorists it trots out for special bombing projects like the embassy bombings and the 1993 and 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.

…Ali Mohamed had been detained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Canada, when he inquired at an airport after an incoming al Qaeda terrorist who turned out to be carrying two forged Saudi passports. Mohamed immediately told the RCMP to make a phone call to the United States, and the call secured his release.15 We’ve since been told that it was Mohamed’s West coast FBI handler, John Zent, “who vouched for Ali and got him released.”16

This release enabled Ali to go on to Kenya, take pictures of the U.S. Embassy, and deliver them to bin Laden for the Embassy bombing plot.

As Lance reports, that and similar revealing items on Mohamed were conveniently scrubbed from an August 2006 National Geographic special on history's most accomplished "double agent" who adroitly hoodwinked the US intelligence establishment in the service of militant Islamic jihad.

Recognizing that official post-9/11 propaganda pieces like that attempted by National Geographic increasingly evident in mainstream media, Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime (72 minutes) attempts to reestablish with the original evidentiary case that spawned the grassroots phenomenon now widely know as the 9/11 Truth Movement.

Watch the video below or at Google here.

Note: The opening commercial promo for "the first legally authorized government coin" sporting the twin towers demonstrates the demeaning historical revisioism the historical event known as 9/11 via trivializing commodification.




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