Over the last week or so I’ve engaged in some vibrant email exchanges with some of the most prominent movers and shakers in the 9/11 skeptics community, most of whom are reluctant to emphasize the Israeli dimension of 9/11. While I would not publish the private correspondences of others without their permission, I thought some readers might like to appraise what I had to say.
By Joshua Blakeney,
I wrote this in response to two 9/11 academics who had taken issue with me distinguishing between different states (i.e. the U.S. and Israel):
I wrote this to one prominent 9/11 academic:
[The 9/11 academic had claimed in his email to me that the Bush family are anti-Semitic]
- Who disabled the US air defenses on 9/11?
- Who disabled the US chain of command on 9/11?
“The neocon Iraq policy provided him [Rumsfeld] with the type of war to demonstrate the merits of his military thinking…In a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship, the neocons praised and supported Rumsfeld, while Rumsfeld enabled the neocons to play a fundamental role in shaping foreign policy.”