The 9/11 Attacks: An Act of Terrorism or an Act of War?


Our “friends” the Saudi’s were up to their eyeballs in 9/11? An excellent review of our good friends in the Middle East and the coverup. A report not to be missed.

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More than 12 years after the attacks, why would anyone be asking if the attacks were an act of terrorism or an act of war? The answer lays in our government’s penchant for keeping information from the public in the name of national security. Some of us wonder about how often the government uses its power to classify information as top secret to cover up the embarrassment of an agency or of high level individuals inside our government. Parts of the investigation into the Bay of Pigs fiasco are still classified. Much of the investigation into the assassination of President John Kennedy is still classified. And, more than twelve years after the attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, much of that investigation is still classified.

After the attacks of 9/11, the public was told that the attacks were perpetrated by a terrorist group known as al Qaeda acting…

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7 Responses to “The 9/11 Attacks: An Act of Terrorism or an Act of War?”

  1. Paladin Says:

    If the Saudis were responsible, they are the next nation that should fall courtesy of the American military. Blood cries our for blood and a debt is owed.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Turn the whole thing into glass. We did it in japan, we need to teach these cretins the price of taking us on. The only way it will stop.

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  2. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    Thank you for spreading the word, Bunker. I’d sure like someone in the government to explain to me how keeping the truth about 9/11 fro us is in the national security interest?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      A great post Jim. No one wants to face reality.

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  3. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.com.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks again.

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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