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Iraq and 9/11: The Connection Must Be Hammered Home

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on March 14, 2008

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Iraq and 9/11: The Connection Must Be Hammered Home
by Massanova

Since mid January of 2008 I have been somewhat serious in my search to find “freedom marches” or “pro-war rallies” that celebrate the five year anniversary of the Iraq War. While I have been unsuccessful in finding any high profile events, I’m sure there will be a handful of kooks in that will turn out to pro-test the many anti-war demonstrators that will hit Washington DC and most major cities in the US from March 15-22.

The pro-war community seems to have less reasons celebrate now than they did in years past and this is probably due to the fact that an independent report revealed that the Bush Administration was found to have told 935 “false statements” during the run-up to the Iraq War (not that anyone really need a report to tell them that). Many of these false statements included the two biggest lies about Iraq: Saddam Hussein has WMD and that Saddam was working with Al Qaeda. Of the two big lies, the fact that Saddam Hussein being linked to Al Qaeda is the bigger of two in my opinion because that allowed the Bush Administration and his castrated media lackeys to continue to milk 9/11 for all it was worth.

I theorize that the reason the Iraq war has gone on so long uncontested by the majority of Americans is because of the mostly successful mainstream cover up of 9/11 and it’s ongoing campaign to smear anyone that doesn’t believe in the government’s fairy tale account of that day. How different would the climate in the US be if Americans knew that the Iraq War had been planned by Zionists that have worked in the Office of Special Plans (OSP), and that the same Zionists have their fingerprints all over 9/11?


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