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Saturday, August 13, 2005

9/11: 19 Hijackers are Sauds & We Need their Oil?

Read more at The Progressive Magazine about the strange friendships of the Bush and Sauds. As Oil prices reached almost $68.00 a barrel yesterday (haven't checked yet today--can't afford to drive down the road to look), I ask... why are the Saudis charging us so much, after all we've done for them? Were not most of the 9/11 attackers all Saudi'? Why were the Sauds and Bin Laden families allowed to leave within 24-48 hours after the 9/11 attacks? I don't undertand this to this day, not one bit. I feel certain a lot of Detectives would agree, they should never have been allowed to leave the country without a lot of questions and investigations. Am I the only one that understand this? And how about Norad? Where was our air defense system? I thought we had the best in the world. These are questions left un-answered in my viewpoint. But who am I? Just an average citizen - but with earnest, and sincere questions I'd like answered. Why did we u-turn from Afghanastan and head straight for Iraq, when too many to count experts "in the know" adamently swore Hussein was not a threat to us and had no ties to Bin Laden.

And my final question, amid so many is: Why have we not caught Bin Laden? Where is he? We found Hussein in a hole, but we can't get Bin Laden?

Read below, my sediments exactly.

"So here we are, four years after September 11, an attack carried out by 19 hijackers, 15 of them Saudi, an attack masterminded by the prodigal son of a wealthy Saudi family, an attack justified by the madrassas financed by the Saudis, and the United States is still on bended knee before the Saudi throne.

All because of our addiction to oil, and because of our government’s policies that serve ExxonMobil and GM, and because of Bush’s hostility to conservation, to clean energy, and to anything that might take the United States seriously down the responsible path of energy independence and environmental sanity."

By Matthew Rothschild, Aug. 9, 2005


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