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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Pentagon desecration of 9/11 victims' remains: Proof that WE are "the enemy"


The New York Times has reported that Pentagon officials considered burying the remains of Pentagon 9/11 attack victims at sea. But they decided that would be too honorable. So they burned them and dumped them with the other garbage in a landfill.

How to explain such disrespect?

Were they in a rush to get rid of evidence? Maybe. After all, the family members of the 19 identity-theft victims who took the rap for 9/11 have been begging for DNA testing, and the US government has repeatedly turned them down. Perhaps the coverup team did not want any evidence about who really died on 9/11 (and who didn't) preserved and potentially available for independent examination. Burn the bodies, dump them at sea...anything to make sure they're gone forever.

Just like with the alleged corpse of Bin Laden.

Calling burial at sea "an Islamic custom" was an insane insult to the world's 1. 5 billion Muslims. And the whole "we killed Bin Laden and threw him in the ocean" story is an insane insult to the intelligence of the world.

But it's one thing to lie outrageously about Bin Laden and to (allegedly) desecrate his corpse. It's another thing to desecrate the bodies of American 9/11 victims.

This seemingly bizarre contempt for American victims suggests that the top of the command chain of the US Armed Forces viewed American 9/11 dead not as innocent victims and martyrs, but as "wasted" enemies.

After all, if you're a trained military killer, you "waste" your enemy. Whether dead or alive, he's just human waste. You kill him unreflectively, with Pavlovian efficiency. His remains are waste. They go in the dump.

That's how the top of the command chain treated American 9/11 victims. (And, later, the soldiers hoodwinked into fighting the 9/11 wars.)

And that disrespect for American dead speaks volumes.

It means that the top of the command chain viewed those Americans as enemies.

And guess what? Americans WERE the enemy to the cabal of top military brass, Mossad assets, and the Cheney-Bush White House...the real murderers of almost 3,000 Americans on 9/11/2001.

Donald Rumsfeld himself declared war on the Pentagon on September 10th, 2001. That same day - less than 24 hours before 9/11 - he admitted that 2.3 trillion dollars was missing from the Pentagon budget. 

The next day, the Pentagon accounting division was decimated in a bomb attack, later falsely attributed to a jetliner. 

As Rumsfeld so aptly quoted Pogo on 9/10/2001: "We have met the enemy, and he is us."



So...How do YOU think the bodies of the real 9/11 perpetrators should be treated?

1 comment:

  1. Kevin,

    Even use of the term "enemy" leaves implicit what should perhaps be stated directly: the handling of Pentagon employee remains IS an admission by conduct (sometimes known as an "implied admission") of involvement in their deaths.

    In other words, it's substantive EVIDENCE in its own right.

    Best regards,
    BT

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