by Brian Romanoff Nor Cal Truth Sep 25, 2010
On Thursday Sep, 23rd the President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, stood at the podium of the New York United Nations Assembly and expressed his concern that there is more to the 9/11 events than the world has been told. Furthermore, he expressed if that is the case than we need to further investigate the events in an open tribunal. Ahmadinejad expressed remorse for the innocent civilians killed in the ensuing “war on terror”. From his speech at the U.N. :
…The event of the 11 September 2001 which has affected the whole world for almost a decade.
All of a sudden, the news of the attack on the twin towers was broadcast using numerous footages of the incident.
Almost all governments and known figures strongly condemned this incident.
But then a propaganda machine came into full force; it was implied that the whole world was exposed to a huge danger, namely terrorism, and that the only way to save the world would be to deploy forces into Afghanistan.
Eventually Afghanistan, and shortly thereafter Iraq were occupied.
Ahmadinejad then listed 3 semi-prominant viewpoints of the world in reference to the 9/11 attacks:
In identifying those responsible for the attack, there were three viewpoints.1- That a very powerful and complex terrorist group, able to successfully cross all layers of the American intelligence and security, carried out the attack. This is the main viewpoint advocated by American statesmen.
2- That some segments within the U.S. government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy and its grips on the Middle East in order also to save the Zionist regime.The majority of the American people as well as other nations and politicians agree with this view.
3- It was carried out by a terrorist group but the American government supported and took advantage of the situation. Apparently, this viewpoint has fewer proponents.
During this time the U.S. and other delegates walked out of the Assembly. The next day on Friday Sep 24th, the U.S. President Barack Obama had this to say about Ahmadinejad’s comments:
“….for him to make a statement like that was inexcusable,” ” It was hateful, it was offensive.”
Sure seems like the ‘ol “you’re either with us or you are against us,” mentality (here too) we remember from our last sitting administration..Needless to say, Ahmadinejad stood by his comments in a press conference on Friday:
“The event was very suspicious, but I do not wish to pass judgment. I simply tried to offer a proposal for a humane solution to problems that have risen as a result of 9/11.”
“We are, of course, saddened by the fact that people were killed in 9/11. We have expressed our sympathy and solidarity with their relatives.”
“But we would also like to bring to your attention that hundreds of thousands of people in our region, innocent people, were killed as the result of 9/11.”