Friday, April 27, 2007

How to counter Giuliani on 9/11

So Giuliani says that a Democrat as president would increase the risk of another 9/11.

Giuliani is the former federal prosecutor, who, as mayor, took no notice of the failure to preserve the physical evidence of the trade center collapses. NIST probers later lamented that they had little to go on since almost all the steel had been hurriedly shipped overseas as scrap. In fact, as mayor, Giuliani had to have been deeply involved in that process.

As a former federal prosecutor, it is impossible that he doesn't know that 9/11 was an inside job and that, at most, al Qaeda operatives were low-level pawns. Clearly he feels that "the system" won't call him on his baloney.

Yet, the best antidote to Giuliani is a congressional focus on the unresolved questions concerning 9/11. Sure, right now the Democrats think that the Iraq war issue suffices for their political purposes. However, it's easy enough to go from debunking the official WMD myths that led to the Iraq war to debunking the official 9/11 myths that were used to pave the way to that war.

Yes, the corporate press won't touch the 9/11 issue right now. BUT, in the heat of a presidential campaign, the "inside job" issue may just go mainstream (although, in fact, it is mainstream if you go by what a significant portion of the public believes).


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