The New Pearl Harbor is arguably the best documentary about the September 11 terrorist attacks. It addresses many of the lingering questions surrounding 9/11.
It’s still available on YouTube, although it seems like separate accounts have to upload it as the original has vanished.
Find it here:
I doubt any of my readers would question the willingness, or the ability, of our government to do something shady to justify war.
They did the same with the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which justified the Vietnam war. The Tonkin incident is such an obvious false flag that it isn’t even debatable at this point, even though it was a “conspiracy theory” for quite some time. Even leftist Wikipedia admits it:
The Gulf of Tonkin incident, also known as the USS Maddox incident, was an international confrontation that led to the United States engaging more directly in the Vietnam War.
The National Security Agency originally claimed that another sea battle, the Second Gulf of Tonkin incident, occurred on August 4, 1964, but instead evidence was found of “Tonkin ghosts” (false radar images) and not actual North Vietnamese torpedo boats. In the 2003 documentary The Fog of War, the former United States Secretary of Defense, Robert S. McNamara admitted that an attack on the USS Maddox happened on August 2, but the August 4 Gulf of Tonkin attack, for which Washington authorized retaliation, never happened.
In 2005, an internal National Security Agency historical study was declassified; it concluded that Maddox had engaged the North Vietnamese Navy on August 2, but that there were no North Vietnamese naval vessels present during the reported incident of August 4.
The military industrial complex is still reaping vast rewards from the Middle East incursion decades later. We’re still safeguarding Israel and surrounding Iran, even considering the aftermath of the hilarious failure in Afghanistan.
9/11 was likely a false flag operation as well, to some extent. I don’t buy all the “Truther” claims, but some of them are irrefutable. The truth is likely somewhere in the middle.
Even if it wasn’t a full false flag, the government certainly didn’t let a tragedy go to waste. And they certainly didn’t try to stop it, either.
The documentary itself is a long watch, but a worthwhile one if you are interested in the absurdity surrounding the official narrative. Which is the main purpose of this article: To point out the fact that our ruling class thinks we are moronic enough to believe a narrative that a child could see through.
What actually happened is a mystery, but it certainly wasn’t whatever the government said it was.
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