Are you f__ing kidding me? Whitehouse says Obama hasn’t read the 28 pages showing that it was Saudi Arabia who attacked us on 9/11, not Iraq.

CIA Director: ‘We Have a Very Strong Relationship With Saudi Arabia’.
Yeah – we sure do. They are the owners and we are the pwned.

  1. NewFormatSux says:

    While you’re trying to get that released, how about the Navy radar readings of TWA 800 before it crashed?

    Somehow the employee who was in charge of that investigation managed to make millions from a plum appointment to Fannie Mae, and later ended up on the 9/11 Commission.

  2. Hmeyers says:

    It is not very hard to imagine that 9/11 was largely funded by people in the royal family in Saudi Arabia. Their royal family has princes in the 5 digits (beyond 10,000).

    But that is akin to blaming the United States for the behavior of US companies abroad.

    I suspect the Saudi royal family has a very large number of idiots, the way that Europe used to have royal family idiots back in the middle ages.

    But if you want to use a super-vague definition of Saudi Arabia and cherry pick what that means, roll with it.

    “Idiots who are part of the vast Saudi royal family” is not quite the same as the “government of Saudi Arabia”.

    • Hmeyers says:

      I might add that despite the above, I’d favor a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia just for the facts to get out.

      But I would also favor:
      1) A lawsuit against the CIA and FBI for 9/11
      2) … And for San Bernadino

      3) A lawsuit against France for the Paris Attacks.
      4) A lawsuit against Belgium for Belgium bombing.

      France and Belgium are negligent countries and should receive scorn for the events they that enable to occur inside their countries.

      Likewise, the US government does too much spying for something like San Bernadino to happen. Our government should be held accountable for a debacle like San Bernadino.

      Instead of given a free pass to whine about encryption, which they didn’t even use.

      If the government can’t do their job with all the resources they waste, they have no right to complain and blame US citizens for their failures.

  3. Oh Jeebus says:

    Don’t go all “Conspiracy Theory” on us now, you guys have bought into the same bullshit story for 15 years. Its too goddamn late.

    Next thing you know, people will start to question the “special relationship” Bush had with the Saudis. Then what are you gonna do?

    • Marc Perkel says:

      If they would release the 28 pages we would have our imaginations going wild.

      • IM77 says:

        I would think it would be just the opposite. Our imaginations are going wild NOW because we don’t know what’s in those 28 pages. If they release those 28 pages then we no longer have our imaginations going wild about them. Duhh

  4. Ah_Yea says:

    BTW, I’m sure Obama hasn’t read the 28 pages.

    Someone else did and summarized for him. This gives the wonderful “plausible deniability”.

    • TheInvisableJCD says:

      He’ll see it on Saturday’s morning cartoons. Wait, we don’t have Saturday morning cartoons anymore. The View… yeah… that’s the ticket.

  5. TheInvisableJCD says:

    Trump gave money to Clinton, Bush, Ted Cuz, blah, blah, blah…

  6. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    You don’t “need” imagination to simply RECOGNIZE what is right in front of your freaking face.

    JUST LOOK!!!!!

    Here’s what I see: Everyone involved or next to it or in the next neighborhood or otherwise “in the vicinity” is ADDICTED to oil.

    Except: bin Laden. And he’s not imagining anything these days.

  7. McCullough says:

    This is an old story, but I’m not surprised that its been muffled by mainstream all these years. I remember hearing about this at least 2.5 years ago. On alternative radio, only.

    “There’s nothing in it about national security,” Walter Jones, a Republican congressman from North Carolina who has read the missing pages, contends. “It’s about the Bush Administration and its relationship with the Saudis.”

    • Ah_Yea says:

      That’s the part that doesn’t make any sense.

      Why is Obama covering for Bush?? Why didn’t Obama just release the 28 pages?

      While Bush was cowering to Bin Laden, I was killing Bin Laden!

      Specially when Jeb! was running for office.

      • McCullough says:

        Maybe its just too dangerous for any President to expose.

        Maybe “they” showed him the Zapruder film….I dunno.

  8. Poly Ticks says:

    A Conspiracy by the Bush Administration to get the Saudis to execute a false flag operation so we can blame it on then invade another country? Unthinkable.

    We would never.

    Well there was that Gulf of Tonkin thingy, oh and Operation Northwoods, among others.

    But, whats past is past.

  9. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:


    1. Almost all the hijackers were Saudi citizens.

    2. Saudi Nationals were given special immediate permission to be the only people flying in the 2 days following 911 so they could return home unhampered.

    3. The House of Saud has a LONG AND WELL DOCUMENTED history of supporting violent jihadist fundy religious elements in SA and to export it around the Middle East. The House of Saud got and stays in power by supporting the fundie religious leaders of their country in this manner.

    4. If they had no OIL===>they would be like the Palestinians. As they will be when we all go solar. Oil will still be there, but a local resource only.

    Just look………………………….we/the USA CAUSE most of our own problems………………as most people do “if” you have any real options at all.

  10. McCullough says:

    “Obama Hasn’t Read Secret 28 Pages of 9/11 Report?”

    If they let Obama read them, then they’d have to let Hillary read them….then the cat would be out of the old bag.

  11. Crypto Lock says:

    I think I’ve found an image of one of the 28 pages!


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