Thursday, August 11, 2005

SARAGOSSO 911 COMMISSION

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By Elaine Meinel Supkis

Becalmed in placid seas, the silence enfolding them, the 911 Commission steadly tries to deal with all the flipped out, insane, infuriating information that is leaking out of the USS Cover Up. As reported here earlier, we now know that Atta was being closely watched and rather a few people knew about him and knew he was attached to al Qaeda and their excuse for letting him literally run amock is that they can't share information with anyone in the USA so any terrorists traveling inside our country are untouchable.

Geeze. Yeah. Right. Their hands were tied. Uh-huh.

No one is inquiring about how the CIA was able to write up that memo about bin Laden planning an attack. You would think that Condi Rice and her paramour, Bush, would have said, "Who are these people? Tell us! We will foil the attack!" Why, they could have gone to work to track down Atta, a laughably simple thing to do since Mossad had him under a magnifying glass as well as some American spies.

Here is how the panel is reacting to all this information:From the NYT:
The Sept. 11 commission knew military intelligence officials had identified lead hijacker Mohamed Atta as a member of al-Qaida who might be part of U.S.-based terror cell more than a year before the terror attacks but decided not to include that in its final report, a spokesman acknowledged Thursday.
Well, it is nice to know they knew. So why did they not say anything about all this? I was amazed that nearly immediately on 9/11, the government knew exactly who did the hijacking. It was obvious that the terrorists were not total strangers to our "protectors." The hard thing to explain is why Bush and Card and Rumsfeld and everyone was so unsurpized on 9-11 as events unfolded.
Al Felzenberg, who had been the commission's chief spokesman, said Tuesday the panel was unaware of intelligence specifically naming Atta. But he said subsequent information provided Wednesday confirmed that the commission had been aware of the intelligence.
In other words, he played dumb until embarrassing questions forced him to admit the truth. They all knew this very important, very dangerous information, and kept mum.
It did not make it into the final report because the information was not consistent with what the commission knew about Atta's whereabouts before the attacks, Felzenberg said. The commission has gone out of existence, although a follow-up organization called the 9/11 Public Discourse Project continues to follow closely the Bush administration's progress in implementing their recommendations.
The "information" about Atta that wasn't "consistent" turned out to be all lies or misrepresentations. Atta traveled about the world, doing whatever he wanted, but 90% of the time he was hanging out in Southern Florida, openly talking about his plans right in the lap of where more CIA and FBI agents retire or maintain second homes not to mention the Bush clan, who run the state, by the way.
The intelligence about Atta recently was disclosed by Rep. Curt Weldon, vice chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security committees. The Pennsylvania Republican is angry that the intelligence never was forwarded by the military establishment to the FBI.

According to Weldon, a classified military intelligence unit called ''Able Danger'' identified Atta and three other hijackers in 1999 as potential members of a terrorist cell in Brooklyn, N.Y. Weldon said Pentagon lawyers rejected the unit's recommendation that the information be turned over to the FBI in 2000.

According to Pentagon documents, the information was not shared because of concerns about pursuing information on ''U.S. persons,'' a legal term that includes U.S. citizens as well as foreigners legally admitted to the country.
Attention, this is a smoke screen. I know how one can "drop a dime" to the FBI, it is very simple. Do you really think the FBI doesn't watch legal aliens? Huh?

Well, we know they didn't watch Oswald, a sharp shooter military man that defected to Russia and then returned on a mission. Geeze, the delicacy the FBI and Pentagon show towards people they have zero interest in stopping is most amazing. I am complaining loudly because I know for a fact, no one escapes scrutiny if you want them watched. No one. Especially Clinton. Remember, during this time period of squeamishness about watching possible terrorists, 100 FBI agents were combing America seeking information about Clinton's sex life.
Felzenberg said an unidentified person working with Weldon came forward Wednesday and described a meeting 10 days before the panel's report was issued last July. During it, a military official urged commission staffers to include a reference to the intelligence on Atta in the final report.
So a military offical wanted to let us know about this little matter? Why, in the name of all the evilest gods on earth, weren't all the hearings on 9-11 open? Like when Bush and Cheney did their puppet show? So much was hidden from us and so much is still hidden, isn't it? Some way to defend freedom and democracy!

We might as well be in the Soviet Union.
Felzenberg said checks were made and the details of the July 12, 2004, meeting were confirmed. Previous to that, Felzenberg said it was believed commission staffers knew about Able Danger from a meeting with military officials in Afghanistan during which no mention was made of Atta or the other three hijackers.

Staff members now are searching documents in the National Archives to look for notes from the meeting in Afghanistan and any other possible references to Atta and Able Danger, Felzenberg said.

He sought to minimize the significance of the new information.
Open mouthed, as flies buzz about his head, he rouses himself out of the hammock to tell us this isn't important information. They fixed things now. The military and all the goofy agencies that refused to defend us in the past are now united under our Fuehrer who isn't told anything even if they evacuate DC, and now they will protect us so long as we ask no questions, don't look too hard, and go about as if nothing is wrong.

We don't need to know anything.

Arg. You know, they tortured sheep herders for three years at Gitmo seeking useless information and they couldn't even have someone tail Atta? I cannot believe this. I was spied upon for a long time, as a fricking teenager, for crying out loud. No one did anything, they just watched all the time.

Very simple. You don't need any legal excuses, certainly Mossad didn't apply for anything when they were spying on Atta.

But then, like Bush, 9-11 was also their trifecta!

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