Claims 911 Was An Inside
Job Go Mainstream

Global Free Press

This week, the Wall Street Journal reported on their first page about the success of 911 authors who challenge the official story of the September 11th attacks.
The article dismissed their claim and tried to discredit two former Ministers, Andreas von Buelow (Germany) and Michael Meacher (England). Both recently implied, that the U.S. might have had enough reasons, to organize the attacks to give it a pretext to send troops to Iraq.
The WSJ article was followed one day later, by a similar article of NY Times contributor Richard Bernstein in the Herald Tribune.
Already two weeks ago, the German magazine DER SPIEGEL, released a title story about the success of German 911 Authors.
Books about a possible 9/11 Inside Job are also popular in Italy and France.
The majority of independent 9/11 Researchers think, that 9/11 was connected with the Neocon Think Tank PNAC.
This week, one of their founders, Lewis Libby, was being speculated as one of the possible suspects of being responsible for the leak of the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plume.
Other members of PNAC are Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz. Wolfowitz, it is said, planned a war against Iraq back in 1998.
In one of the documents of PNAC it is explained, that they needed "some catastrophic and catalysing event - like a new Pearl Harbour."




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