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_sabotage_ wrote:Excellent, so we agree, Bin Laden was a part of Al Qaeda, or a database, as he was a person who would be on it, someone who was trained and had received weapons at one time from the CIA. He was not the leader of it, just had his own little hub that had once been active against the Russians.
So if he isn't the leader of a massive international terrorist network as presented, who was he, who were his followers, who were the people used in 9/11 and how was he able to succeed?
He is a son of Bush family friends and business associates in Saudi Arabia with a failing kidney losing his small fight in Afghanistan.
Who were his followers? A small group of Islamic fundamentalist who thought they could start revolutions.
From what can be seen of the proposed 19 hijackers, they showed no sign of Islamist fundamentalism. They had few skills. They were open and obvious. Some of them had ties to our military, but that is hardly surprising or damning.
Did they all come from the same place? No they came from a wide area. Were they devout? No, they drank, gambled, went to strip clubs.
He was able to succeed because we had no defense that day.
Are we able to agree on these points and move forward?
, whether true or not, is unrelated to the question as to whether George Bush was warned in advance a plane would crash into the WTC during the 8:00 hour September 11, 2001.
Again, you're taking disjointed pieces of information and self-arranging them into patterns you contend can only be explained through the action of sinister, unseen forces. The goal is to create a sense of mystery. It's the same reason Alex Jones plays spooky synthesizer music beneath his YouTube videos or Jesse Ventura shoots his TV show in a room with all the lights turned off or Luke Rudkowski dresses like he's on his way to a gay porn shoot.
Evidence is mutually supporting documentation and witness testimony. Evidence is not unexplained coincidences (except in the Salem Witch Trials).Everything highlighted in green
is sophistry needed to contribute to the sense of mystery. For the last ten years, MSM and the USG have fallen over themselves claiming Al Qaeda is a decentralized, cell-based organization. I can't recall a single instance in which OBL was presented as "the [functional] leader of a massive international terrorist network."