Posts Tagged ‘ Bin Laden ’

CIA Built Tunnels That Were Bombed In Afghanistan

April 14, 2017
CIA Built Tunnels That Were Bombed In Afghanistan

Hat tip to Edward Snowden on his Twitter feed; he points out that the tunnels that were just bombed in Afghanistan were built by the CIA in the 1980’s: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/11/magazine/lost-at-tora-bora.html?_r=0 “The first time bin Laden had seen the Tora Bora caves, he had been a young mujahedeen fighter and a recent university graduate with a […]

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“28 Pages” – Saudi 9/11 Documents Declassified, Released

July 18, 2016
“28 Pages” – Saudi 9/11 Documents Declassified, Released

Typically, important information is fed to the press on a Friday, before a holiday, or in this case on the eve of the contentious Republican Convention in Cleveland. As one would expect, the release of the top secret “28 pages” implicating Saudi involvement in the 9/11 attacks was met with stirring silence. Though long awaited, […]

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American Neo-cons, Chechen Rebels, 911 and The Boston Marathon Bombing

June 18, 2013
American Neo-cons, Chechen Rebels, 911 and The Boston Marathon Bombing

Over the past couple of months we’ve looked at the strange circumstances surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing and the Tsarnaev brothers. My working theory is that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was being, or had been recruited by one or more intelligence agencies and then double-crossed his handlers instead of returning to Russia for mayhem. We know he […]

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  • Review: “How Fascism Works” By Jason Stanley
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