Bush Thought 'National Security'
Would Mask His Lies

By Joseph Ehrlich
Sender, Berl & Sons
When Sender, Berl analyzed the red flags proving to our minds the President's complicity in the events of 9-11, we took a more careful look into a transcript of a Florida Town Hall meeting of December 5, 2001(from Federal News Service Transcript)
We wanted to share our thoughts with you
President Bush at this meeting said that:
"I saw an airplane hit the tower of a - of a - you know, the TV was obviously on, and I - I used to fly myself, and I said, "Well, there's one terrible pilot." And I said it must have been a horrible accident. But I was whisked off there; I didn't have much time to think about it."
Analysis 1: What the 9-11 Commission accomplished is to let the American public know that prior to 9-11 President Bush and his advisors were fully aware and on guard for plane hijackings and domestic terrorism. President Bush didn't need much time to think about it. When he was apprised that a plane was hijacked prior to its striking the north World Trade Center tower, he and his team were compelled to send aloft US military/NORAD jets to protect major metropolitan areas under the pale of the known threat.
His statements to the public in view of the evidence we have produced do allow us to believe that he may have been tracking the events of that morning on a private military feed. Whether or not he in fact did so is not central, the concrete point being that there was no way he could allow himself to plead ignorance of what was going down, there was no way he could continue into a classroom to read with second graders, and there was no way he could ever believe that he was dealing with an errant pilot. Thus, we have a president three months after 9-11 lying to the American people with the obvious confidence that the truth behind 9-11 would never surface to the American public. Thus, when the families of the victims of 9-11 pushed and pushed for the 9-11 Commission to take root to investigate the events of 9-11, the Bush administration fought tooth and nail to impede it from ever happening. Now, it is apparent why they did not want the 9-11 Commission to take hold or anyone to appear before it. Now, they are counting on the American public to operate as the morons they deem them to be to overlook the obvious. Here is where we try to serve a purpose to highlight the obvious.
"And Jordan (President Bush addressing the child asking him the question at the Town Hall meeting), I wasn't sure what to think at first. You know, I grew up in a - a period of time where the idea of America being under attack never entered my mind, just like your daddy and mother's mind probably,"
Analysis 2: The President tries to slip himself into the same status as the American public in confronting the events of 9-11, when nothing could be further from the truth. Contrary to what he declared to a national television audience in December 2001, he certainly knew that an attack on America was imminent, and on hearing about a plane hijacking, he knew that such fact was in accord with warnings and fears of the intelligence services. Further, to compound the point, he made this point even after knowing that the plane went into a landmark New York City property. This is the posture of an aristocrat, an arrogant elitist, who thinks he will never be held to task for what he says; that he can say what he pleases, when he pleases, and no would ever dare hold him to task for it.
"But I knew I needed to act. I knew that if the nation's under attack, the role of the commander-in-chief is to respond forcefully to prevent other attacks from happening. And so I talked to the secretary of Defense, and one of the first acts I did was put our military on alert."
Analysis 3: Our President, who has told us he would move heaven and earth to protect this country, did not even circumvent entering a classroom when he well knew that America was under attack. He didn't need Andrew Card to tell him that America was under attack after the second plane went into the south World Trade Center tower, but he and his administration acted that way thinking that the truth would be permanently hidden from the American people under the cover of "national security." Yes, by his own admission, under the known facts, now known to the American people, he needed to act. He needed to send up jets to intercept the plane, leave a known target area and stand ready to make presidential decisions regarding planes headed for major metropolitan areas. The only matter of national security for the Bush administration to protect is the sad inescapable reality that the barn door was left completely open to allow the events of 9-11 to take place as they did. President Bush did not put the military on alert, he and administration did everything to assure that no one who could impede 9-11 knew anything to stop the events that unfolded. After they did unfold, the President brazenly takes the position that he quickly and timely put the military on alert to protect the country.
"By the way, we're heading into a new era. One of the positive things that come out of the evil was we're reassessing relationships in order to make the world more peaceful."
Analysis 4: There is no question that President Bush is characterizing his own complicity under the pale of unadulterated evil. His admission that America was heading in a new era caused SenderBerl to urge Congress not to allow him to invade Iraq, since the predicate for the invasion was the fruit of the poisonous tree. If the Congress is upset that the basis for taking the nation to war connects to a false WMD predicate, then we suppose that it surely will have something to say and do once the obvious becomes mainstream. SenderBerl is adamant that evil must be confronted and challenged and thereby it has highlighted that those behind the new world order agenda have been in pursuit of an evil agenda all along. The President properly characterizing it as evil should fly right back into his face and those collusive in the events of that truly tragic day.
"I haven't regretted one thing I've decided, and that's the truth. Every decision I made I stand by, and I'm proud of the decisions I've made. (Applause, cheers.)
Analysis 5: If he's proud of the decisions he's made, then he will have to accept the ultimate punishments that await him since SenderBerl firmly believes in ultimate justice, whether in this world or the next. One of our most visited analyses is the one where we prove through a Straussian review of the Star Wars movie how the new world order group, including the President, believes that mass murder aids future order (control and domination by the elitist centrix) and thus is good, not evil. If you are willing to allow those who believe that taking 3000 souls on 9-11 and undermining the fabric and foundation of this nation is somehow aligned with good not evil, then you can continue to sit passively by and await your future. For everyone else, it's time to wake up and act. The President is scheduled to appear this week before the 9-11 Commission with Cheney to answer questions. If they are softball questions and do not confront the President on the slew of evidence that 9-11 was allowed to happen, and the evidence that this administration was in fact complicit, then we will recognize that the future of this country is totally inapposite to the one we all carry an obligation to protect for our children.



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