Rep. Ron Paul is the only GOP presidential hopeful, who is not competing with his opponents (Romney, Gingrich, Cain and Bachmann) to prove “who loves the Jews the most and hates Iran the most“.
On Thursday, speaking at the Iowa State Campus in Ames, Iowa – Ron Paul claimed that Bush administration was happy after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
“Think of what happened after 9/11, the minute before there was any assessment, there was glee in the administration because now we can invade Iraq and so the war drum beat. That’s exactly what they’re doing with Iran“.
Former Bush White House press secretary, Ari Fleischer, a Zionist Jew, proved Ron Paul’s claim by calling the Congressman “The man is nuts“.
This is not the first time Paul has questioned the official 9/11 story. Furthermore, Paul is against US military aid to Israel, Egypt and Pakistan. He doen’t see any threat to the US from a nuclear Iran in the future.
Some of the Israel Lobby stalwarts who have denied Israel’s part in the 9/11 include Anti-Defamation League (ADL) national director Abraham Foxman who has claimed that blaming Israel or Jews for 9/11 is anti-Semitism. Contrary to that Dr. Noam Chomsky in May 2011 had claimed that Osama Bin Laden or Al-Qaeda were not behind the 9/11. Dr. Alan Sabrosky, former director of studies at US Army College claimed last year – Israel did 9/11. Dr. Richard Falk, UN special envoy on human rights in Occupied Palestine, had also questioned official 9/11 story. Both Sabrosky and Falk have Jewish family roots.
The 2011 Pew poll among Muslim and western countries showed that more than 50% participants don’t believe al-Qaeda or Arabs were behind the 9/11. Egyptian (75%) and Turks (73%) were among the highest non-believers of America’s ‘official 9/11 story’.
Such thinking has made Ron Paul a political threat not only to GOP candidates but also to Barack Obama and Israel. Due to his independent and nationalist agenda - there are rumors floating in the press that Ron Paul’s life is threatened (reported by Veterans Today, December 4, 2011) by Newt Gingrich camp and their Israeli backers, based on Newt’s private promise of a full scale invasion of the Islamic Republic.
An finally, what Ron Paul said about 9/11 last week – is not much different than what India’s author and anti-war activist, Arundhati Roy, said in The algebra of infinite justice published by The Guardian on September 29, 2001.
“Before it has properly identified or even begun to comprehend the nature of its enemy, the US government has, in a rush of publicity and embarrassing rhetoric, cobbled together an “international coalition against terror”, mobilised its army, its air force, its navy and its media, and committed them to battle (against Afghanistan)“.