Al-Qaida leader said to claim full responsibility

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    Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged number three in al-Qaida, confessed to planning the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11 2001, in front of the secret military tribunals being held for the top detainees in Guantánamo, the Pentagon said last night. SOURCE

    Go back to sleep, you can trust a press release from a heavily redacted secret military tribunal of a tortured detainee conducted by individuals representative of an oligarchy whose every deception, gross violation of U.S. law, and act of imperial bloodletting over the last six years rests on maintaining the orthodoxy of the official 9/11 myth

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    But since Khalid has squealed on the "A to Z" of 9/11, perhaps he can provide some answers to a few troubling little questions that still have us 9/11 "conspiracy nuts" running around in circles; SOURCE
     
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    I heard he confessed to burying Jimmy Hoffa.
     
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    This just in...Mohammed has shown authorities where he hid the remote controls for the two empty planes that hit the two towers. They were in a cave next to the remains of Bigfoot.
     
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    Actually, and although I don't agree with Poncho's idea that our own government did 9/11, I think that the victims of the attack should be allowed to confront him.
     
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    I don't believe our government did 9/11 and never have.

    On Thursday, NBC's Today Show explored whether the confessions of alleged 9/11 "mastermind" Khalid Sheikh Mohammed can be trusted, since he claimed to have been tortured after being detained. SOURCE

    Do you believe all of the claims allegedly made by accused 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed? 76% say no. CNN Poll.

    Are Mohammed's claims to be believed? He has long been described — notably in The 9/11 Commission Report — as prone to exaggeration and self-aggrandizement, fond of portraying himself as a "superterrorist." SOURCE

    With no outside witnesses to a military hearing at Guantanamo Bay, the confession of a top Al-Qaeda operative to a litany of terrorist plots including the September 11 strikes has raised a host of unanswered questions. SOURCE

    KSM's confession was announced to the world by the very people who routinely torture prisoners, hold secret military trials behind closed doors, and bar all lawyers and reporters from being anywhere near the courtroom.
    But you do believe them, don't you?

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    Now, if I could ask KSM a few questions to satisfy my own nagging curiosity, here's what they'd be:

    1. If you were indeed "responsible for the 9/11 operation, from A to Z" as you claim you were, why did your boss, Usama, categorically deny the attacks in 2001?

    2. Why did you inform a select group of bankers - and the CIA - of your plans?

    3. Why did you ask FEMA to be in New York the day BEFORE 9/11?

    4. How on earth did you manage to divert NORAD's attention by getting them to play those silly war games that morning? And five of them? And some of the exercises actually involving 'live hijackings'? And you managed to pull all this off from a cave in Bora Bora? How?

    5. Why did you tell Larry Silverstein months in advance to prepare WTC 7 for demolition?

    6. Why did you inform, of all people, the Israelis of your plans?

    7. How did you manage to get the entire United States Air Force to stand down on the day of your attack?

    8. Why did you inform the US Secret Service that President Bush would not be a target?

    9. Why did you contact New York's authorities to inform them that the WTC 7 was going to collapse?

    10. How did you manage to plant explosives in the twin towers to ensure perfect collapses?

    11. Once the dust had settled, how did you make provisions with the Bush administration to ensure the investigation into the collapse of the twin towers would be an under-funded farce?

    12. Why didn't you know the identities of your own "hand-picked" hijackers?

    13. Finally, how did you manage to get these guys aboard their respective aircraft?

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    If you guys really are the arch-enemies of civilization, then the strike against your most hated enemy on 9/11 would have been something for you to shout about. After all, none of your operatives were caught prior to their missions; they successfully bypassed airport security; they successfully hijacked passenger jets and subdued the passengers; they successfully evaded a US military response; they successfully flew the planes with absolute precision even though they themselves barely knew how to fly; they successfully demolished the twin towers; and they successfully struck at the heart of the US military.

    You claim you had masterminded and executed the most brilliant plan ever hatched, so you could rightfully have claimed with pride that you were a terrorist genius non pareil and the world's #1 bad guy back in 2001, yet Usama denied all responsibility in an interview he gave Ummat Magazine immediately following 9/11. Why?

    Oh, I get it! Usama wasn't kidding -- he didn't do it! That's why he isn't on the FBI's "most wanted" list! And that's why that agency has openly admitted there isn't a shred of evidence that ties Usama to the attacks. So it was you all along, you sly devil you!
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    What do you mean by "confront him" Bro Curtis?

     
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    Ask him questions.

    Why is it that I'm always sorry that I agree with you ?
     
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    Okay. What good would that do? Personally I'd rather see him in a real courtroom so we can all see him being asked and answering questions. Imho it would be way more interesting than all the celeb trials and crimes tv "news" all rolled into one. But that isn't going to happen is it?

    Dunno. Why ask me anyway am I suppose to know the answer? Why do you think it is?
     
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    Since it doesn't happen with hardly anyone else, I'm gonna say it's you. I just get the feeling you think everyone but yourself is stupid.
     
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    You've told me that before. I don't think everyone is stupid far from it. When I read the posts here by others I get the feeling that I'm one of the least educated people here. That does make me wonder though why most folks here who are better educated can't seem to fathom the idea that our government which is controlled by corporations and international elitists thinks of us and our constitutional republic as the enemy.

    I mean it's easy to figure out all it takes is few nights reading their documents and connecting the dots. If a dummy like me can do it why can't people that are far better educated than I figure it out?
     
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    One has to love Truth bad enough that he will follow it no matter where it takes him. People can figure it out, they just choose not to. I appreciate your posts Poncho.
     
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    I like his posts as well. I want very much to get along with him, but like I said, I feel like I get a snippy remark, even when I agree with him.


    But back on topic, I don't believe a word of this confession. I don't much care, either. This war on terror is a complete joke, like the war on poverty, and the war on drugs, the war on illiteracy, it's just a way to confiscate my money and tell me to look the other way.
     
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    I'm sorry Bro Curtis. It's so rare that people agree with me here that half the time I don't even realize it when people do. My last post wasn't aimed at you directly. I was just editing in all the articles I found on the subject and the questions I asked you just sorta ended up framing them. I'll try to sound less combative and snooty in the future.
     
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    Perhaps I need to work on those things, as well.

    Your posts are always full of personality, and I like that.
     

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