Murderers: US & Saudi Arabian Complicity Exposed

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By Ann-Marie de Veer
Saturday 4 April 2015

On 11 September 2001, Saudi Arabia finally joined a small select club of nations who are engaged in state-sponsored terrorism: a role that is usually reserved for Western countries whose might and wealth is routinely acquired through such nefarious practices. The coordinated attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York, the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia and the failed attempt at Washington, D.C. carried the royal flag of the House of Saud in the ultimate false flag operation designed to reinvigorate the US Military Industrial Complex who were suffering from the Peace Dividend created by the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991.

In the subsequent Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of 11 September 2001 (JIICATA) that culminated in December 2002, the Bush regime decided to classify a section of the report that dealt with the links between the hijackers and Saudi Arabia. Ostensibly Bush's 28 page redaction, out of a report totalling 832 pages, was to spare the House of Saud from foreign and domestic censure and to protect the US-Saudi relationship, even though the Saudi's were advocating its release.

Thus, the notions floated in the mainstream media at the time were primarily focused on Saudi complicity and, to a much lesser extent, the incompetence of US intelligence agencies.

Twelve years later, as the damning testimony of a former member of al-Qaeda, Zacarias Moussaoui, comes to light, who alleges involvement by the Saudi regime, and members of the House of Saud in particular, in the destructive carnage wrought upon the American people, the geo-plitical ramifications of the issue have once again floated to the surface. Again, the notion being pedalled by the media, among those who care to run the report, is that Saudi Arabia was complicit in the terrorist activities of the 11 September 2001 and thus are the primary target for retribution. Not unexpectedly, the 28 page redacted section of the JIICATA report has yet to be released.

Nonetheless, the House of Saud's involvement is already well known:

Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, the former Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the former Saudi ambassador to the US and Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a billionaire investor, are all known to have funded and facilitated terrorist operations. Bandar is known to be a beneficiary of the £40 billion Al-Yamamah arms deal with the UK military company, BAE Systems, and to have received millions of dollars into his Washington bank account as a back-hander for arranging the oil-for-arms barter deal. He is also known to have secreted billions of dollars into offshore bank accounts from where he funded two of the 11 September 2001 hijackers, Khalid Al-Mihdhar and Nawaf Al-Hazmi, directly.

Thus, the recently repeated calls by former and current US politicians, of whatever hue, for the release of the 28 page redacted section of the report is simply a ploy to inform the public about something they already know whilst seeking to obfuscate and hide information that they would rather the people didn't know. Even Hillary Clinton, in a leaked cable published first by Wikileaks and then the Guardian, has said that donors in Saudi Arabia have been the major source of funding for terrorist groups worldwide.

Naturally, the focus for the publics' understanding of this act of terrorism will revert back to the notion of incompetence among the US intelligence agencies: a federation of 17 separate agencies headed by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). The DNI will thus be viewed as having failed in his duty of care to the public, however, the Obama regime is already on record in stating that he wants to move forward and not to reflect on the past, thus effectively negating any serious review of the intelligence agencies behaviour and their involvement in the event.

Of course, the truth is infinitely more disastrous for the US Empire than the censure of the Saudi's or public remonstrations of the US intelligence agencies.

The fact is the US Military Industrial Complex, aka. the US Empire, were in almost terminal decline after the dissolution of the USSR and the Gulf War in Iraq. The Empire needed another war to revitalise its fortunes and the Saudi's stepped up to the plate in funding and facilitating al-Qaeda's operations, including the 11 September 2001 hijackings in America, with the complete knowledge and acquiescence of the US intelligence agencies. The DNI and its child agencies, in particular the CIA, the FBI and the NSA, were not so much as incompetent as complicit.

In other words, the US Empire in full cooperation with the House of Saud, funded, facilitated and then allowed a heinous crime to be committed against their own people, the ultimate false flag operation, so that the Military Industrial Complex can continue to enrich themselves at the expense of the people, to the point of death.

It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets.