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Author Topic: The myth of 9.11 embedded inextricably into the fibres of society & culture  (Read 1327 times)

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This is worth reading:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=26453

It has been and will be the same since the day it happened. The same exhausting exercise, whether one, five years, ten or fifty years since 9/11. Another orchestrated orgy of mass propaganda-stoked ignorance and “war on terrorism” hysteria.

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And here's another one:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=26455

-In January 2002, the US began the lesser publicised Operation Enduring Freedom – Philippines...In October 2002, the US military started African military operations from Djibouti, establishing Operation Enduring Freedom – Horn of Africa...within Ethiopia, Somalia, Chad and Niger....This operation was subsequently broadened to include Operation Enduring Freedom – Trans Sahara, widening the scope of its operations to Central Africa and sub-Saharan Africa. This little-known war on terror in Africa has been fought in the main by thousands of US special forces and has been overshadowed by US military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan...[T]he US continues to wage its war on terror on several continents – from the Horn of Africa and Yemen to Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

In the decade since 9/11 about a million people worldwide have lost their lives in what is now known as the global war on terror.

The term “war on terror”, was first used by President George Bush on September 16th, 2001, at Camp David as the US began to configure its military response to Osama bin Laden’s attacks on New York and the Pentagon.

In the weeks and months following 9/11, the Bush administration launched a series of robust military and intelligence interventions worldwide. The first phase started with the invasion of Afghanistan, or Operation Enduring Freedom, which began in October 2001.

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