Ben Obama on Friday condemned as “hateful” and “excuseable” suggestions by Iranianian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the US government may have been behind the September 11, 2001 attacks. Dr. Ahmadinejad’s response to the ‘self-denials’ was that they should have the moral courage “to listen”. (Watch the video)
Anyone, who has read the Chicago Jewish News (October 24, 2008) boasting that it were the people belonging to Chicago Jew Mafia who had groomed Ben Obama’s political career – would know who Obama is trying to protect.
One of the first person among the international spy community was Lt. Gen. Hamid Gul, the former head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency. He was reported by Newsweek (Sept. 14, 2001) and United Press International (September 26, 2001), as of the opinion that Osama Bib Laden is not responsible for 9/11 and that he believes the attacks were perpetrated by the Israeli overseas intelligence service Mossad and renegade elements within the US Air Force.
Gen. Gul Hamid told Newsweek: “F16s don’t scramble in time though they had 18 minutes after the first plane hit the World Trade Center…. A flight to Los Angeles turns to Washington and is in the air for 45 minutes, and the world’s most sophisticated air defense doesn’t go into action”.
In an interview with UPI editor Arnuad de Borchgrave, Gul Hamid said: “The attack against the Twin Towers started at 8:49 a.m. and four flights were diverted from their assigned air space and no air controller sounds the alarm. And no Air Force jets scramble until 10:00 a.m. That also smacks of a small scale Air Force rebellion, a coup against the Pentagon, perhaps? Radars are jammed, transporation fails. No IFF – friends or foe indentification – challenge….”
“In Pakistan, if there is no response to IFF, jets are instantly scramble and the aircraft is shot-down with no further questions asked. This was clearly an inside job,” said Gen. Hamid Gul.
In December 2008, April Gallop, a former administrative specialist at the Pentagon filled a civil suit against former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, vice-President Dick Cheney and US Air Force General Richard Meyer – alleging that they all were part of conspiracy to facilitate the terrorist attacks and purposefully failed to warn those inside the Pentagon, contributing to injuries she and her 2-month-old son incurred.