Six years later
With the sixth anniversary of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, at hand, Citizens For 9/11 Truth will re-air the documentary by George Humphrey, “9/11: The Great Illusion,” on GrassRoots TV Channel 12, Monday, Sept. 10, from 8 to 10 p.m.
This, in my estimation, is one of the best Sept. 11 films, covering not only why the official government story is full of holes, who perpetrated and continues to cover-up this false flag operation and why, but gives good suggestions as to what we can do.
At the 2007 Vancouver 9/11 Truth Conference, Alfred Weber, international lawyer and a judge on the Kuala Lumpur International War Crimes Tribunal, stated, “9/11 was a false flag operation by an international war crimes racketeering organization to provide a pretext to engage in genocidal and ecocidal depleted uranium bombing of central Asia (Afghanistan and Iraq) in order to secure vast oil and uranium reserves, to roll out a terror-based national security state system world-wide and to implement the final stages of a world de-population policy.
“This depopulation policy is intended by the world’s ruling elite to result in control of mineral and strategic resources, water and total control of the world’s wealth.”
Speaking of these war criminals, he says: “We’ve now identified their strategy, we know their membership, we know their modus operandi.
“At a deep layer the intent of this policy is really to reduce our capacity to reach our potential as full citizens of the universe, as full spiritual beings. We are in fact very powerful beings.”
He concludes: “Join in the Citizens War Crimes Justice movement. Together we will deconstruct the matrix, accomplish 9/11 justice and restore our communities and our earth.”
And for those who don’t believe in conspiracies, consider the words of J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Director from 1924-1972: “The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.”
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