Funding the enemy

«We’re in this crazy situation where we are basically funding the enemy. We’ve given something like 20 billion dollars to Pakistan since 9/11 and they turn around and fund the Taliban who are fighting the United States and there’s just no end to this dynamic.»

Paul Thompson

Kabul-angrepet, Haqqani-nettverket, Pakistans ISI

Haqqani-nettverket har en lang historie. Samarbeidet med CIA på 80-tallet, og har vært – er? – tilknyttet pakistanske ISI.

Ten Years On, Details of 9/11 Cover-Up Released

Hussein Turner, Today’s Zaman / 9/11 Truth news: Ten Years On, Details of 9/11 Cover-Up Released

This August, filmmakers Ray Nowosielski and John Duffy released a previously unseen 2009 interview with the former counterterrorism czar of the Bush and Clinton administrations, Richard Clarke. In the interview, Clarke accuses the former director of the CIA, George Tenet, and two of his aides of covering up the presence of two suspected al-Qaeda terrorists in the US for more than a year.

CIA Threats of Federal Prosecution Delay 9/11 Documentary

Kyle Hence, CIA Threats of Federal Prosecution Delay 9/11 Documentary

On Thursday, the CIA threatened the journalists behind Who Is Rich Blee? with possible federal prosecution if their investigative podcast reveals the names of two CIA analysts at the center of a pattern of obstruction and mishandling of intelligence that many feel would have stopped the 9/11 attacks.

Statement on the Delay in Releasing “Who Is Rich Blee?”

Secrecy Kills / 9/11 Truth News: Statement on the Delay in Releasing “Who Is Rich Blee?”

The threat of prosecution under this act may be a baseless attempt by CIA to intimidate journalists exposing wrongdoing by their employees. Or it may announce an intention by the U.S. government to dangerously expand precedent in the application of this law. That would certainly be in line with a general anti-transparency movement in recent years.

The CIA & 9/11 Part I: A Meeting in Malaysia

The Question of “Failures”- Deliberate or Incompetence?

Perhaps the most comprehensible problem is the scope of the CIA’s failings. There was not one error by some lowly neophyte, but a massive string of failures. As Tom Wilshire, one of the key CIA officials involved in the withholding of the information commented to the Congressional Inquiry, “[E]very place that something could have gone wrong in this over a year and a half, it went wrong. All the processes that had been put in place, all the safeguards, everything else, they failed at every possible opportunity. Nothing went right.”

Sibel Edmonds interviews Paul Thompson

Wow. Just wow. A must listen!


Sibel Edmonds interviews Paul Thompson

Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds interviews The Terror Timeline author and walking 9/11 encyclopedia Paul Thompson in the first of a three part series.