Monday, September 11, 2006

The ABC miniseries "The Path to 9-11" lies to serve Israel's agenda

The ABC miniseries "The Path to 9-11" lies to serve Israel's agenda
ABC lied about what bin Laden's fatwa said.

ABC's movie "The Path to 9-11" last night was extremely ugly. They lied about what bin Laden's fatwa said. It didn't say, as they portrayed, "There is no room for negotiation unless and until America converts to Islam."

It is clear why the ABC movie lied.

The 1996 fatwa the movie misrepresents actually says things like "It is incredible that our country is the world largest buyer of arms from the USA and the area biggest commercial partners of the Americans who are assisting their Zionist brothers in occupying Palestine and in evicting and killing the Muslims there, by providing arms, men and financial supports."

The fatwa actually lists the same grievances bin Laden and others have mentioned for years as the 1993 letter from the terrorists made crystal clear: "This action was done in response for the American political, economical, and military support to Israel the state of terrorism and to the rest of the dictator countries in the region."

Bin Laden has made the motives clear and until what: "We swore that America wouldn't live in security until we live it truly in Palestine. This showed the reality of America, which puts Israel's interest above its own people's interest. America won't get out of this crisis until it gets out of the Arabian Peninsula, and until it stops its support of Israel."

The US has since pulled the troops out of Saudi Arabia after 9/11.

Please pass this video on to others, many blogs and websites are unwilling to tell the truth: What motivated the 9/11 hijackers?

UPDATE: Due to the many irrational responses I have received over at Kos, I want to make this point: If I was writing about an example of an ABC lie that covered up something about the Military Industrial Complex and I wrote "ABC lies to serve the Military Industrial Complex's agenda" I don't think I would have gotten these kinds of responses.

Many of those posting comments at Kos have made a mistake and are making fools of themselves. I stand by everything I have written, I can't help it if people ignore what I write and substitute their own ideas and INVENT things I have not written. I have written on the Internet for years and have interviewed Noam Chomsky who himself is subjected to this kind of nonsense. Take a deep breath, reread what I have actually written and take some time to sincerely think about it. THINK, why is writing "ABC lies to serve the Military Industrial Complex's agenda" OK but this topic results in an irrational and intellectually dishonest response?

As far as what country's agenda is being served, we know that even the 9/11 Commission played the same game. We know from Hamilton and Kean's new book that there were commissioners who "REJECTED mentioning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the report" because they worried "listing U.S. support for Israel as a root cause of al Qaeda's opposition to the United States indicated that the United States should reassess that policy." What country's agenda was that serving? Mexico's?


Anonymous said...

US Support for Israel's brutal oppression of the Palestinian people primary motivation for tragic attacks on the World Trade Center in 1993 and on September 11th, 2001 (9/11):

What motivated the 9/11 Hijackers? The Hidden Truth:

Scroll down to the 'Pro-Israel lobby under attack' UPI article at the following URL:

New Book: The Power of Israel in the USA:

Treason in high places: Pentagon zionists, AIPAC and Israel:

Anonymous said...

How They Let the Guilty Parties of 9/11 Slip Off the Hook - The 9/11 Conspiracy Nuts

Anonymous said...

God & Oil- this is all about God and Oil.

Whose God? Exactley.

Whose oil? Not America's or anyone elses except those who sit on top of it- or are powerful enough to take it.

Secure a domestic supply of oil and energy...and there's no need for the middle east...let them all go back to picking dates and cutting each other's heads off.

Secure a domestic supply of oil...and we've secured our God.

I must say, this blog and your main webpage are more right than wrong. Congratulations. Keep launching in-your-face-assaults for the truth.

Anonymous said...

It's rather interesting how this site (blog) avoids talking about flight 93 or about the pentagon...I'm sure it's just a coincidence.
I'm sure it's a coincidence that it presents more subjective information rather than facts and reports the theories of demolition like a betrail to the nation.
I mean, you won't aprouch the matter because deep inside you know that Al-Qaeda alone couldn't prepare a demolition or even hijack sucessfuly the planes.

Anonymous said...

Why Do They Hate Us?
by Jacob G. Hornberger, August 9, 2006

You’ll recall that immediately after the 9/11 attacks, U.S. officials declared that the attacks had been motivated by the terrorists’ hatred for America’s “freedom and values.” That refrain produced the “war on terrorism” and, more recently, the “war on radical Islamo-fascism.”

Nonsense, said libertarians. The anger and hatred that Arabs and Muslims have for the United States is rooted in decades of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Ending the U.S. government’s decades-old policy of empire and intervention would bring an end to the threat of terrorism (and radical Islamo-fascism) against the United States.

The argument of the “freedom and values” crowd boils down to this: “The decades of U.S. supplying of advanced weaponry and foreign aid to the Israeli government, which is now being used to kill people in Lebanon, and the U.S. government’s obeisance and submissiveness to the Israeli government, have had no adverse effect on how Arabs and Muslims feel about the United States. Their anger and hatred is caused by America’s freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and rock and roll.”

Therefore, the argument goes, the chants of “Death to Israel. Death to America” from hundreds of thousands of Shiites marching in Baghdad last week had nothing to do with U.S. foreign policy but were motivated instead by hatred for American principles and lifestyles.

(Reflect for a moment on the utter perversity of it all: U.S. soldiers in Iraq are dying to bring “ freedom and democracy” to people who are screaming “Death to America” and whose radical Shiite government has aligned itself with Iran, which U.S. officials consider to be an arch-enemy of the United States.)

The same “freedom and values” argument was made with respect to more than a decade of brutal sanctions against Iraq, which contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children — deaths that U.S. officials maintained were “worth it.” People in the Middle East were indifferent to those deaths, the argument goes. Their anger and hatred were caused by the U.S. Bill of Rights and the gambling casinos in Las Vegas.

After 9/11, the greatest fear that U.S. officials had was that the American people would figure out that U.S. foreign policy was at the root of the terrorist attacks and thus demand a total reevaluation of U.S. foreign policy. That might well have meant an end to all foreign aid to the Middle East and a withdrawal of U.S. forces from the region. That could have obviously meant a significant diminution of the U.S. government’s overseas empire and the military-industrial complex, along with the enormously high taxes needed to pay for it all. Thus, it’s not surprising that U.S. officials immediately went on the propaganda attack after 9/11 in order to divert people’s attention from U.S. foreign policy and toward the “freedom-and-values” motivation for the 9/11 attacks.

If there is another major terrorist attack on American soil, you can rest assured that the immediate response of U.S. officials will be: It has nothing to do with the U.S. government’s unconditional U.S. taxpayer-provided support of the Israeli government, or with the brutal sanctions that contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children, or with the callous position that such deaths were worth it, or with the invasion and occupation of Iraq, which have killed and maimed tens of thousands of Iraqi people. They’ll say instead that it’s all about anger and hatred for America’s “freedom and values.” And the sad part is that there will still be Americans who fall for it.

What would be wrong with terminating foreign aid not only to Israel but also to every other country in the world and abolishing the taxes that support such aid, leaving the American people free to keep their own money and decide what to do with it?

What would be wrong with letting Americans support Israel or Lebanon or the Palestinians or any other cause in the world with their moral support and their own money and leaving the U.S. government and U.S. taxpayer money out of it?

What would be wrong with ending the U.S. government's role as world policeman, intervenor, meddler, and interloper, not only in the Middle East but also in the rest of the world?

With the situation in the Middle East degenerating into ever-increasing violence, conflict, death, suffering, and destruction after decades of U.S. intervention, what better time for the American people to reevaluate U.S. foreign policy, not only in the Middle East but also in the rest of the world? Mr. Hornberger is founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation, which is sponsoring a conference next June in Reston, Virginia, entitled "Restoring the Republic: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties." Send him email.