Poisoning minds or reporting facts that the Mockingbird press don't really report much on and if they do, they do it in a ridiculing manner?Just another example how RT is trying to undermine the US by poisoning the minds of CTs who then become the real false-flaggers from inside their own country.
BTW, Can you explain what you mean by "CTs who then become the real false-flaggers"?
Can you show any major U.S TV network going in depth into strange decisions such as releasing known terrorists like bin Laden's brother-in-law Mohammed Khalifa... i.e. going out of their way to expedite such unbelievable 'errors'?
To claim that 9/11 was 'unforeseeable' is preposterous. There were a litany of 'errors' which facilitated it and which without these 'errors', the attacks could not have taken place. But some people would rather put a hand over one eye and theorise it to be a succession of 'coincidences'.
More found here�It�s difficult to express just how many dots the FBI and Justice Department prosecutors could have connected with Khalifa, at the time of his arrest, given the contacts he had,� says Paul Thompson, terrorist researcher and author of The Terror Timeline, who has compiled a database of more than 20,000 open-source al Qaeda-related articles and court pleadings on the non-profit website History Commons.
After serving a search warrant on Khalifa, the Feds found files in his Newton PDA which listed one of his aliases Abu Baraa. That same name had been scrawled inside one of the bomb manuals carried by Mohammed Ajaj, a former al Fatah terrorist who had been convicted earlier in 1994 for the World Trade Center bombing.
Searching Khalifa�s belongings, the FBI and INS discovered Islamic literature tying him to IIRO. Also in the PDA were Wali Khan�s beeper number, and a number in Pakistan that Yousef had used to call Manila. Encrypted phone numbers tied to Khalifa�s NGO were later found on Yousef�s Toshiba laptop, and when Wali Khan was finally arrested, he was found to be carrying multiple numbers for MJK.
Given his links to Yousef�s cells in New York and Manila, Khalifa was the human linchpin who could have ultimately furnished the FBI with proof of Yousef�s second intended attack on the World Trade Center which KSM carried out on �Black Tuesday.�
Philip Wilcox�s letter of just two weeks before, and the certificate revoking MJK�s visa had cited him for �terrorist activity.� But according to Khalifa�s lawyer Marc Van Der Hout, �They dropped that halfway through his bond hearing. Then they [substituted] a charge that hadn�t been used before�enacted in 1990�that a person can be deported if the Secretary of State has reasons to believe the alien�s presence or activities could have potentially serious adverse foreign policy consequences. This is the first time they ever tried to use that statute.�
Christopher�s letter made no mention of Khalifa�s crucial value to the U.S. in its own terror fight. Keep in mind that the FBI found evidence in his PDA linking MJK directly to Ramzi Yousef, the mastermind of the WTC bombing, who was, at that very moment the object of a worldwide manhunt. That discovery alone should far have outweighed Jordan�s desire to punish Khalifa for a series of movie theater bombings.
GORELICK SENDS AN �EXPEDITE� LETTER
Nonetheless, the very next day, Gorelick�serving in Janet Reno�s absence as acting attorney general�sent an �expedite� letter in support of Christopher�s deportation request.
Strangely, Gorelick began the letter by noting that, pursuant to Federal law, "the deportation of an alien in the United States...shall be directed by the Attorney General to a country promptly designated by the alien if that country is willing to accept him into its territory unless the Attorney General in his discretion concludes that deportation to such country would be prejudicial to the interests of the United States(emphasis added).
It�s difficult to fathom how it could have been in the interests of the United States to allow the deportation of Osama bin Laden�s brother-in-law; a man the State Department had just named as �a terrorist.� But Gorelick went on record personally as supporting Christopher�s recommendation, concluding that �should deportation be ordered, deporting Mohammed Khalifah to any country other than Jordan would be prejudicial to the interests of the United States and that he should be deported to Jordan pursuant to Section 243 (a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).�
Rather than keeping him in the U.S. so that he could be debriefed by FBI agents, Gorelick was signing off on a decision first pressed by Christopher who was apparently feeling pressured from the Jordanians to extradite the accused terrorist financier.
CIA PERSONNEL �RIPSHIT� OVER THE DECISION
�I remember people at CIA who were ripshit at the time� over the decision, says Jacob L. Boesen, an Energy Department analyst then working at the CIA�s Counter Terrorism Center. �Not even speaking in retrospect, but contemporaneous with what the intelligence community knew about bin Laden, Khalifa�s deportation was unreal.�
Ironically after his extradition, Khalifa landed in Saudi Arabia where he ran a seafood restaurant in Jeddah for several years. Arrested after 9/11 by the Saudis, he was later freed and openly condemned his billionaire brother-in-law bin Laden � criticism for which he may have paid dearly. On January 31st, 2007 an armed group of some 20 men attacked his house in Madagascar and murdered him; stealing his belongings and any trace that may have remained of his links to the Manila cell behind the 9/11 plot
But the Mockingbird media was too busy reporting about Taliban and Iraqi involvement in 9/11 and WMD's to worry about such trivia. 'Got to get on with the PNAC plan and invade whilst the iron is hot'.Despite their claims of having been taken unawares and with complete surprise, top officials in the FBI, CIA, and Bush administration, knew with almost absolute certainty that al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden were planning to launch a major attack on the United States before the end of 2001 and that five-man hijacking teams would commandeer American commercial jetliners and crash them, kamikaze style, into the twin towers of the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Government and Bush administration officials not only knew in advance, they welcomed the attacks, which is why these same officials conspired to sabotage the efforts of FBI field agents who were on the verge of uncovering the 9/11 plot.