May 12, 2007

Government Insider Asserts Bush Authorized 9/11 Attacks

“Turning the U.S. into a Presidential Dictatorship by Manufacturing a Bogus Pearl Harbor Event”

Former Senator Bob Dole's Chief of Staff, Stanley Hilton, stated in an interview with the 9/11 Truth movement leader and physicist, Alex Jones, that:

This (9/11) was all planned. This was a government-ordered operation. Bush personally signed the order. He personally authorized the attacks. He is guilty of treason and mass murder.

Hilton is a hot-shot lawyer who was working on a class-action lawsuit from 2002 to 2004, on behalf of hundreds of September 11, 2001 victims and families.

Reported Hilton,

Our case is alleging that Bush and his puppets Rice and Cheney and Mueller and Rumsfeld and so forth, Tenet, were all involved not only in aiding and abetting and allowing 9/11 to happen but in actually ordering it to happen. Bush personally ordered it to happen.

We have some very incriminating documents as well as eye-witnesses, that Bush personally ordered this event to happen in order to gain political advantage, to pursue a bogus political agenda on behalf of the neocons and their deluded thinking in the Middle East.

I also wanted to point out that, just quickly, I went to school with some of these neocons. At the University of Chicago, in the late 60s with Wolfowitz and Feith and several of the others and so I know these people personally. And we used to talk about this stuff all of the time. And I did my senior thesis on this very subject—how to turn the U.S. into a presidential dictatorship by manufacturing a bogus Pearl Harbor event. So, technically this has been in the planning at least 35 years.

The 9/11 Truth movement has been gaining momentum steadily despite setbacks that keep it from precipitating out into the mainstream media. One would think the coverage of Hilton’s class-action lawsuit would have brought more attention to the cause. In 2004, the case was thrown out of federal court, with the judge ruling that US citizens do not have the right to sue a sitting President, based on the Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity. Unfortunately, there was remarkably little media coverage of the event. I wonder what Stanley Hilton is up to these days—and in fact, if he is still alive.

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