Sunday, August 21, 2016

The Saudi Connection And The 28 Page Bipartisan Cover-up

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The Saudi Connection And The 28 Page Bipartisan Cover-up

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for
Published August 21, 2016

In April I wrote an article titled “The 28 Page Cover up”   Jack Quinn, former top lawyer in the Clinton White House said, “It’s rather bizarre that we would go to these great lengths to air this heretofore confidential information about how we reacted to 9/11 attack, and at the same time we keep secret information about protecting those who helped launch the attack.” 

“The FBI initially and illegally rebuffed a Freedom of Information Act request about the case,” Graham said, prompting him to observe that the “pervasive pattern of covering up the Saudi role in 9/11 extends to all U.S. government institutions.”

Have you ever asked yourself why?  Well…you know that I would tell you why?  It’s because, as I have been telling you for the past decade or more,…the Islamic Jihadists, (they are the enemy of Western civilization by the way) have infiltrated every critical part of the governments of the United States including local state and federal, especially top secret security agencies like the CIA, DHS, NSA, US Customs, FBI, IRS, ATF, CDC, the Pentagon, most of Congress, 20 % of the Military, and of course 100% of the Whitehouse, and any other three letter initials you can think of.   Better learn the Assan my friend.  That’s the Muslim call to prayer for those of you who think reality is isolated to reruns of the Kardashians.
When the 800-page 9/11 Senate report was made public in 2002, Graham recalled that he and Republican Sen. Richard Shelby were “shocked to see an important chapter in the report has been redacted.” All but three Senate Democrats, joined by one Republican and one independent, signed a letter to no avail calling on President Bush to declassify the 28-page section detailing the role of the Saudi’s support in bankrolling the 9/11 attackers.

In an apparent move to preserve the reputation of former President George W. Bush, who hob knobbed with Saudi royalty on his ranch in texas, regarding the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the decision to go to war against Iraq, the Republican platform committee on Tuesday voted down a plank introduced by Maine State Sen. Eric Brakey to call for the declassification of 28 pages that are believed to link the government of Saudi Arabia to the 9/11 hijackers.
The issue has been pushed by GOP presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.
“I think I know what it’s going to say,” Trump said of the classified pages on Fox News April 19. “It’s going to be very profound, having to do with Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia’s role on the World Trade Center attack.  That’s very serious stuff,” Trump continued. “It’s sort of nice to know who your friends are and perhaps who your enemies are. You’re going to see some very revealing things in those papers.”
In drafting the platform plank, Brakey noted President Obama twice promised 9/11 family members he would release the pages, which could be invaluable in any lawsuit. However, the administration has refused to declassify the pages, even in the face of bipartisan support for their release that includes former 9/11 commission members and 73 current representatives and senators.
“The public has a right to know,” Brakey said after the platform committee adjourned. “It saddens me that, here we are, 15 years later and it sounds like there’s key pieces of information to our understanding of what happened on that day, and the government has been keeping that information from us.”
As noted by Brian McGlinchey, who oversees a website devoted to the issue, the 28 pages are an entire section within the official report of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, not the official 9/11 Commission Report.
Conducted by the House and Senate intelligence committees, the 838-page report was published in December 2002. The redacted section, titled “Part 4: Finding, Discussion and Narrative Regarding Certain Sensitive National Security Matters,” begins on Page 395 of the report.
On Jan. 11, 2015, Watch a Capitol Hill press conference held to support the reintroduction of a House resolution urging President Obama to declassify the 28 pages, former Democrat Sen. Bob Graham from Florida said the pages point a finger at Saudi Arabia as being the principal financier of the 9/11 hijackers.
“A core question in 9/11 is, did these 19 people act alone, or did they have a network of support that facilitated their ability to carry out a very complex plot?” Graham said.
“No one who has looked closely at the facts, including the individuals that I just named, has come to a conclusion other than that it is highly improbable that the 19 people could have acted alone,” he continued.
“Yet, the official position of the United States government has been that they did act alone, and that there is no necessity for further inquiry into the question of whether there was a support network.”
THE BOTTEM LINE: there is no necessity for further inquiry…”  Said Obama… This is the kind of statement that typifies a Monocracy not a Democracy.  The release of the 28 pages will likely not just disclose that the (9/11) attack was made possible because of the ineptness and willful ignorance of the FBI as well as the purposeful act of ignoring Intel that was already available and that was an indicator of an imminent attack.  But’, it will likely show the cover-up of the fact that Saudi Arabian Royalty, (good ole boy) buddies of President Bush as well as the current president Obama had at least as much financial if not direct involvement in the (9/11) attack on the sovereign country of the United States of America as Osama Ben Laden did. And certainly more than Iraq did, who we went to war with, which was likely part of the cover-up to point the American people away from the Saudi Muslim Terrorist Wahhabists.   The Saudis are not our friends, they represent the very foundation of the world’s worst enemies since the Second World War where free nations like the United States were fighting for their very survival.  We should have committed the shock and Aw attack on Saudi Arabia instead of Iraq.
It is time we break up this good ole boy cartel that is leading this nation rapidity into the gates of Hell.
If you haven’t yet watched the recent press conference to declassify the 28 pages, Click on this.
Then contact your representatives here, and tell them to vote for the resolution to force Obama to do the right thing and declassify the 28 pages.  Let the chips fall where they may.
Watch  a related video about how Obama’s whole purpose in the war in the middle east and Africa is to destabilize those countries completely so that It will all eventually become part of the Islamic State (IS)  Eg. Obama wants to defeat Assad of Syria in order to destabilize Syria as well creating a vacuum sucking ISIS into controlling all of Syria.  Then they will move to Lebanon and then Israel.  And of course Europe and The U.S.
We must crush the head of the snake of ISIS, and that is Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood….
And it is my opinion that Obama’s prayer rug is as dirty as Osama’s in this cover-up.
Thanks for listening
- de Andréa

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