The Origins of 9/11
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Why We Should Expect Another 9/11
Article #10 –
Operation “Bojinka” was aborted when 3 months later terrorism struck Oklahoma City. Uncle Sam hastened to try to prove that this was homegrown terrorism: 2 American wackos out for a hot night on the town. Unfortunately, this was not the case.
It is important for us to remember that Slick Willie and Hillie were obsessed with retaining the White House in 1995. Anything and everything, which impeded that goal, was suppressed.
It was repeatedly reported that two homegrown Americans, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, solely and independently blew up the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 children, women and men. The government and the media went to great lengths to state that there was no foreign involvement. As it turns out, that was very far from the case.
McVeigh and Nichols were neck deep in collecting their supplies and test-running the bombs in late fall, early winter 1994. Interestingly, they were all duds. They couldn’t get one to work right.
All of a sudden, without warning, Nichols picked up and left for Las Vegas. After spending time with his ex-wife and son, leaving behind US $60,000+ taped to the back of a kitchen drawer and a letter for his-ex-wife entitled “in case of my death” he flew to Los Angeles where he tried to smuggle stun guns onto his flight to Manila. It didn’t work. He arrived in Cebu City on 22-23 November, depending on which side of the date line.
He showed up unexpectedly at Southwestern University, where his current wife, Marfie Torres, was taking classes. While he was out perusing the campus, his father-in-law, policeman Eduardo Torres, was perusing his luggage.
At the same time, Ramzi Ahmed Youssef (RAY), was also on campus. RAY had already recruited 23 people from the university. The documented itineraries of RAY and Nichols put them within a few feet of one another. A ‘Bojinka’ accomplice, Khalid Hassan, was recorded calling Murad from the same campus.
Later on during the visit, Policeman Eduardo Torres re-examined Nichol’s luggage and found bomb-making manuals, which had not been there before. A curious choice of reading material for a fellow supposedly on vacation with his wife.
As it turned out, RAY and Nichols were to be on the same plane, Northwest #006, from Manila on 21 January 1995, the first day of their two-day bombing spree. You may call it coincidence, I do not. When things went south, they went separate ways. RAY fled to Pakistan via Bangkok and Nichols left 4-5 days early to L.A.
Upon his return, Nichols resumed his Oklahoma City Bombing preparations. Interestingly, upon his return from the Philippines, his bombs finally worked. Sorta makes you wonder what happened in the Philippines, doesn’t it?
Apparently Nichols, McVeigh and a bunch of Middle-Easterners gathered to make final preparations. 22 affidavits were sworn out declaring that McVeigh was with a group of Iraqis. I don’t believe that all of them were wrong.
When D-Day arrived, it was McVeigh in the truck with a John Doe #2, described as a Middle-Easterner. It turned out to be Hussain Al-
Washington didn’t like the news. Slick Willie and Hillie were fighting, tooth and nail, for a second term. They did not want foreign terrorism popping up in the heartland. It would be bad for votes. They compelled everyone within the Beltway to see it their way. No deviation was allowed. That included the Bureau.
Unfortunately on April 29th, 1995, the DGI (Directorate of General Intelligence) dropped by in Washington to meet with their counterparts, the CIA. The DGI is Saudi Arabia’s equivalent of the CIA/FBI all rolled into one. Trained by Israel’s Mossad, in the most unusual partnership ever known, they had learned their trade and learned it well. They dropped a bombshell of their own: they informed the CIA that “Iraqi hit squads” had been ‘riding the range’ and looking for suitable targets: namely, Los Angeles, Houston and Oklahoma City.
It got worse. The type and style of bomb used in Oklahoma City was extremely similar, if not identical, to the one used on the first World Trade Center bombing. Two of Israel’s experts confirmed the findings. It’s not that terribly surprising. Ramzi Ahmed Youssef made the bomb for the 1st World Trade Center Building and then taught Terry Nichols to make the second one. Why should they not be similar? Bombs are very personal. They leave trademarks.
Reportedly, RAY had been an Iraqi collaborator in Kuwait before liberation. As previously noted, he arrived in the United States in September, 1992 using a genuine Iraqi passport, though with a false name.
On April 19th, the same day as the bombing, Murad (WTC-1 & OB) then incarcerated, told the FBI that he and Youssef were responsible for the Oklahoma City Bombing. Bravado, I think not.
At the end of the day, we end up with McVeigh, seen with a group of Middle Easterners. “John Doe #2” is a Middle Easterner. Nichols couldn’t blow up a sandbox before he returned home from the Philippines with bomb-making manuals. Saudi Arabia said there are a bunch of Iraqis running around picking targets in Oklahoma City.
Where I come from, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and talks like a duck; it’s probably a duck. Homegrown, I don’t think so.s
Next time, we will look at an offer to deliver bin Laden on a silver platter and why we didn’t accept.