To the editor:
Twenty-eight pages of the 9/11 commission report are deemed so critical of Saudi Arabia that you can't see them per George W. Bush and President Barack Obama.
We knew right after the 9/11/2001 attack that 11 Saudi crew members were involved in the hijacking and crashing of four airliners full of innocent passengers and the loss of our Constitutional rights and the bankrupting of this nation.
But, those 28 pages confirm the government of Saudi Arabia funded this
very lucrative operation. Saudi Arabia is also the prime mover to take out
the current government of Syria over pipeline right-of-way issues via
the support of radical Islamic terrorists.
We know now that major media and our government lied about Syria gassing their own people. There is even video footage of high-ranking Turkish officials planning a false flag attack on their own country to blame it on Syria. Hitler was famous for those as an excuse to attack Poland during World War II.
So now, after supporting ISIS and Al Qaeda forces to overthrow Assad of Syria, we want to once again attack Syria to get rid of ISIS elements in Syria.
Some of the anti-Assad savages were fighting Assad in the Osama bin Laden brigade, named after the guy Obama took great pride in allegedly killing.
Have Americans ingested so much fluoridate water and taken so many mercury-containing vaccines they are incapable of remembering Ted Cruz and Dennis Kucinich saying that we will not be Al Qaeda’s air force?
Remember when Bush said, "You're either with us or against us?"
We’ve opened our borders to terrorists and we have financed them. And,
sadly, the bulk of your readers could care less.
Letter to the editor: Why can't public access 9/11 pages?
To the editor: