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The Mother of All Conspiracy Theories?

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Now here is a conspiracy theory that may gain some serious traction: The Bush administration concocted 9-11 in order to mobilize our country to go to war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Meanwhile Osama Bin Laden was laid up in an American hospital in Dubai, suffering from Marfan’s Syndrome, a debilitating disease affecting connective tissue. The theory further alleges that he died shortly after the 9-11 attacks.

Who would tout such a crack pot theory? Would you believe that it’s the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Dr. Steven R Pieczenik?

Dr. Pieczenik served under every President from Nixon to George W Bush. He currently works as a consultant for the Department of Defense. He has developed techniques for psychological warfare and counter terrorism, and was the model for Tom Clancy’s character, Jack Ryan.

Dr. Pieczenik implicates Bush, Cheney, and Condoleeza Rice, as well as other high ranking officials in the conspiracy. He further claims that President Obama faked the Seal operation in order to boost approval ratings.

Dr. Pieczenik claims that he know’s the General who ordered the “Red flag” operation of 9-11, and that he is willing to testify in Federal court. His motivation to come forward now is that he is tired of the lies propagated by the Government to the American people.

What do you think? For me, I think it’s plausible, and merits further investigation; it’s no secret that I believe the government is not to be trusted, no matter what party is in charge. Furthermore, I have always had my doubts about who is ultimately responsible for that horrific day that completely changed the world we live in.

Take a look at the article and decide for yourself. I’m not ready to discount his allegations just yet.

http://gregoryfegel.sulekha.com/blog/post/2011/05/former-u-s-deputy-assistant-secretary-of-state-says.htm

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