Saturday, May 30, 2009

The 9/11 Trainer Was an FBI Informant

[This was a Peter Dale Scott talk in Palo Alto, October 27, 2006.]

This is a well-documented article, and I've heard parts of this from other sources. I also remember the CIA saying they wrote 80% of all the news we hears, so maybe this is their own black ops? I don't think so, it points the finger at them.

I also remember a time when al Queda reps were on the US radio, allowed to go nationwide, begging for money from citizens to fight the Russians in Afghanistan. We gave them money, weapons, sting missile launchers (which can bring down helicopters), basically whatever they wanted.

For years, Saddam Hussein was the U.S.'s ally and basically fought the war with Iran for us, to get our aid. When that failed he predictably became "the enemy".

Believe this or not, personally I think we only find out about 5% of the overall picture, that things are a lot more planned and orchestrated than they want us to believe. He not only was an FBI informant, but also had worked for the CIA, and was a member of the U.S. Army.

The 9/11 Trainer Was an FBI Informant


G.Kannan May 31, 2009 at 8:28 AM  

Quite unbelievable details indeed.

lionmother May 31, 2009 at 6:49 PM  

If you remember the incident in New York when religious institutions were targeted by terrorists, they were instigated by an FBI informant who had infiltrated the organization and suggested this attack. However, he gave them fake weapons. Why would they do such a thing? Or was this a way to keep the idea of terrorism alive?


Jose Sinclair May 31, 2009 at 8:51 PM  

Of course they want terrorism alive - without a visible enemy you can't the funding you want.

The brilliant BBC film, "The Power of Nightmares" (review coming here and at, which is 3 hrs long (1 hr, 3 pts) - and it documents the history of the Neo-right Christian movement in the U.S. since 1948, which follows the rise of Al Quaeda since the same time, the latter being founded by a professor in Oklahoma upset by lack of spirituality in the U.S., whose religion, he said, "is worship of the dollar." He went to Egypt, was writing there, arrested by the gov't, then executed, many say at the request of the U.S. Next day, Al Q had 5000 new recruits.

The BBC doc shows a clear symbiotic relationship between the two, each side getting funding to fight the other and each growing in power and violence over the years.

The rest of us are caught in the middle, not understanding either side's repression or willingness to war over any of this.

Isn't religion a personal choice, only affecting yourself? Who cares what the "total numbers" are, does one side win or get points in the afterlife for number of conversions?

Interesting times... Jose

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