Australia: Union President Kevin Bracken Objects the Official 9/11 Conspiracy

October 22, 2010

Please visit the source of this article! Vote on the poll that is offered. Last I looked there was over 64% support for Kevin Bracken, who is questioning the official 9/11 story!

source: Herald Sun      Oct 22, 2010

VICTORIAN Trades Hall president Kevin Bracken remains unrepentant after his controversial comments about the 9/11 attacks made news around the world.

Mr Bracken sparked outrage yesterday when he told Jon Faine’s ABC talk-back program the attacks were not the result of terrorist activity.

He said the story was a conspiracy that “didn’t stand up” to scientific scrutiny.

This morning Mr Bracken phoned into Faine’s program again for a right of reply.

He said he wasn’t phoning as the president of the Trades Hall council or as secretary of the Maritime Union of Australia.

Mr Bracken stood by his comments and said he had the support of 50 per cent of the community.

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Ex-Malaysian Premier Still Says 9/11 an Inside Job

July 25, 2010

Mahathir Mohamad says the WTC Towers collpased "demolition style."

source: Press TV   July 25, 2010

Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad has once again stated that the September 11 attacks were a staged event, rejecting claims that his comments are a publicity stunt.

“What do I gain from a publicity stunt? I am merely going by a public statement. I am not going to be a Prime Minister anymore unless you (pointing to a journalist) want me to …” the former Malaysian prime minister told reporters on Friday.

After watching a three-hour video of the attack on the World Trade Center buildings, Mohamad, had suggested earlier in his blog that the twin towers had collapsed “demolition style.”

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Nato will send 5,000 more troops to Afghanistan, says Brown

November 26, 2009

PM paves way for US troop surge in Afghanistan, saying he has assurances from Nato countries

source: Guardian UK

Gordon Brown paved the way today for the announcement next Tuesday of a large US troop surge in Afghanistan by saying he had received assurances from Nato countries that they would contribute an extra 5,000 troops.

The assurances are significant because both Brown and Barack Obama have said they will not commit more of their own troops unless there are increases in other Nato troop numbers.

There was some confusion in Nato circles as to the source of Brown’s optimism that the number of troops could rise by 5,000, but the prime minister’s spokesman said his assessment came after discussions with 10 coalition partners.

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