Friday, June 30, 2006

CASE IN POINT PART 5/ "WE'RE GOING TO CATCH THE GUYS THAT KNOCKED DOWN THESE BUILDINGS"




The top people in al-Qaeda are out there somewhere in Pakistan and yet we're stuck in Iraq. the President said at 9/11 "We're going to catch the guys that knocked down these buildings," but we have lost that pursuit. The top people in al-Qaeda are still in force.

Tell me why and how did we end up in Iraq, with all our forces? take a look at the people who killed Americans on 9/11:

American Airlines Flight 11
Waleed Alshehri, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Wail Alshehri, 28, from Saudi Arabia
Abdulaziz Alomari, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Satam Al Suqami, 25, from Saudi Arabia
Mohamed Atta, 33, from Egypt
United Airlines Flight 93
Saeed Alghamdi, 21, from Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Alhaznawi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Alnami, 23, from Saudi Arabia
Ziad Jarrah, 26, from Lebanon
United Airlines Flight 175
Ahmed Alghamdi, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Hamza Alghamdi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Marwan Alshehhi, 23, from United Arab Emirates
Mohand Alshehri, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Fayez Ahmed Banihammad (Alshehri), 24, from United Arab Emirates
American Airlines Flight 77
Khalid Almihdhar, 26, from Saudi Arabia
Nawaf Alhazmi, 25, from Saudi Arabia
Salem Alhazmi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Hani Hanjour, 29, from Saudi Arabia
Majed Moqed, 24, from Saudi Arabia


August 6, 2001: President Bush receives classified intelligence briefings at his Crawford, Texas ranch indicating that bin Laden might be planning to hijack commercial airliners. The memo read to him is titled "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in US", and the entire memo focuses on the possibility of terrorist attacks inside the US. National Security Advisor Rice later claims the memo was "fuzzy and thin" and only 1 and a half pages long (his normal daily security briefings run two or three pages). The contents have never been made public. However, a Congressional report later describes what is likely this memo (they call it "a closely held intelligence report for senior government officials" presented in early August 2001): it mentions "that members of al-Qaeda, including some US citizens, had resided in or traveled to the US for years and that the group apparently maintained a support structure here. The report cited uncorroborated information obtained in 1998 that Osama bin Laden wanted to hijack airplanes to gain the release of US-held extremists; FBI judgments about patterns of activity consistent with preparations for hijackings or other types of attacks and the number of bin Laden-related investigations underway; as well as information acquired in May 2001 that indicated a group of bin Laden supporters was planning attacks in the US with explosives." [Senate Intelligence Committee, 9/18/02] Incredibly, the New York Times later reports that Bush "broke off from work early and spent most of the day fishing"

May 15, 2002: The Bush Administration is embarrassed when the CBS Evening News reveals that Bush had been warned about al-Qaeda domestic attacks in August 2001. Bush had repeatedly said that he had "no warning" of any kind.

Remember President Bush spent most of August 2001 at his Crawford, Texas, ranch, nearly setting a record for the longest presidential vacation. While it is billed a "working vacation."

Why don't we stop crying about the Times and start following the money of al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden just to see where it leads Mr. President! Check out the below sites for starts:
bushnews
inthesetimes.com
bbc
CNN

2 comments:

Sally said...

Why? Because attacking New York Times, amendment against flag burning and ban against gay marraige and a lot of what they do do plays to their voter base...In other words, it's election time!

LETS TALK said...

Sally, what you say is so true. Thanks for your comments