The Saudi Government is Calling Out U.S. Government for Planning 9/11 Attacks

 Last month the US Senate approved a bill that would allow the families of 9/11 victims the right to sue the Saudi Arabian government for their alleged involvement in the attack.
While the Saudi Arabian government denies any role in the attacks The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act will essentially allow countries with ties to terrorists to be sued by removing their sovereign immunity in the federal court system.
Now if you look a bit closer at what is going on here, it is clear that the various levels of government do not agree with this move as the White house openly opposes this bill.

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Whether they oppose it because Saudi Arabia has evidence against the US being behind the attack or because the Saudi’s threatened to sell off $750 billion in U.S. assets it is not really clear.
Either way, the passing of the bill has caused a reaction from Saudi Arabia where their government has decided to point the finger right back at the US Government. While many people have looked at the evidence of the attack on 9/11 and decided that it was indeed an inside job; others are yet to be convinced.

 

What happened on that day back in 2001 was tragic, to say the least, there were countless victims who may very well still be hurting from their losses. Terry Strada, for example, lost her husband Tom in the attacks. 

“We’ve waited long enough. We’ve waited 15 years. We shouldn’t have to wait any longer,” Strada told CNN. “It’s good policy to hold accountable any nation that aids in a terror attack on U.S. soil and that aids in the death of U.S. citizens.”

 

While I cannot begin to fathom the pain this woman and her family must be feeling from the loss I can also see an opportunity for a manipulative government to shift the blame to a foreign entity such as Saudi Arabia. While members of the Senate may be unaware of the evidence against the US Government in the 9/11 attacks it seems that the blame is being reflected right back.

Is Saudi Arabia to Blame?

Now it is not clear at this time whether or not Saudi Arabia was involved and according to one of the bill’s authors, Chuck Schumer of New York:
“If the Saudis didn’t participate in this terrorism, they have nothing to fear about going to court. If they did, they should be held accountable,”shutterstock_76419184

 

The New York Times published an article back in 2002 with a congressional inquiry that pointed out evidence that Saudi officials who were living in the US at the time of the attack were in on the plot.

While there may have been many masterminds behind the scenes it is hard to know what to believe when it comes to the ‘official account’.

Saudi Legal Expert Katib Al-Shammari Strikes at the US Gov

The bill struck a nerve with the Saudi Arabian government leading them to release a statement about the US involvement which has been translated for us by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).
This document indicates that the US planned and carried out the attacks on 9/11 and intentionally shifted the blame onto others.

Here is what Al-Shammari said in his article:

“September 11 is one of winning cards in the American archives, because all the wise people in the world who are experts on American policy and who analyze the images and the videos [of 9/11] agree unanimously that what happened in the [Twin] Towers was a purely American action, planned and carried out within the U.S. Proof of this is the sequence of continuous explosions that dramatically ripped through both buildings…

main_900-1Expert structural engineers demolished them with explosives, while the planes crashing [into them] only gave the green light for the detonation – they were not the reason for the collapse. But the U.S. still spreads blame in all directions. [This policy] can be dubbed ‘victory by means of archives.'”

“On September 11, the U.S. attained several victories at the same time, that [even] the hawks [who were at that time] in the White House could not have imagined. Some of them can be enumerated as follows:

1. The U.S. created, in public opinion, an obscure enemy – terrorism – which became what American presidents blamed for all their mistakes, and also became the sole motivation for any dirty operation that American politicians and military figures desire to carry out in any country. [The] terrorism [label] was applied to Muslims, and specifically to Saudi Arabia.

2. Utilizing this incident [9/11], the U.S. launched a new age of global armament. Everyone wanted to acquire all kinds of weapons to defend themselves and at the same time battle the obscure enemy, terrorism – [even though] up to this very moment we do not know the essence of this terrorism of which the U.S. speaks, except [to say that] that it is Islamic…
3. The U.S. made the American people choose from two bad options: either live peacefully [but] remain exposed to the danger of death [by terrorism] at any moment, or starve in safety, because [the country’s budget will be spent on sending] the Marines even as far as Mars to defend you.
Lo and behold, today, we see these archives revealed before us: A New York court accuses the Iranian regime of responsibility for 9/11, and we [also] see a bill [in Congress] accusing Saudi Arabia of being behind it [sic]. This is after the previous Iraqi regime was accused of being behind it.
Al-Qaeda and the Taliban were also blamed for it, and we do not know who [will be blamed] tomorrow! But [whoever it is], we will not be surprised at all, since this is the essence of how the American archives, that are civilized and respect freedoms and democracy, operate.main_900

The nature of the U.S. is that it cannot exist without an enemy… [For example,] after a period during which it did not fight anyone [i.e. following World War II], the U.S. created a new kind of war – the Cold War…

Then, when the Soviet era ended, after we Muslims helped the religions and fought Communism on their [the Americans’] behalf, they began to see Muslims as their new enemy! The U.S. saw a need for creating a new enemy – and planned, organized, and carried this out [i.e. blamed Muslims for terrorism].
This will never end until it [the U.S.] accomplishes the goals it has set for itself.”

Increasing Awareness and Shifting Values

If what this man says is true then we have a lot to think about in the US.
Once we are tired of playing the blame game the only thing we have left to do it to see if we can create a nation that can thrive without an enemy as Al-Shammari pointed out. If it’s not the middle east then who will we all decide to rally against next?
I feel it is time that we turn the magnifying glass inward and have some serious discussions about these topics.
Do you think what Al-Shammari said it true? Let us know your thoughts and feelings in the comments below.
By: Kirsten Cowart

Kirsten is a writer who loves to practice vipassana meditation, yoga, travel, and learning about nature, consciousness, and how to make the world a better place. Her current interests involve studying and practicing flow, staying In Flow, and recognizing the natural flow of the universe.

She is also interested in ancient cultures and practices such as Druidism. Kirsten is honored to be apart of such an incredible movement of love and heart centered living in this world.

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