How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Sibel Edmonds

This has shown up in several places, but I'd like to touch on it myself. Sibel Edmonds is a former translator for the feds- and a perfect example of why, sometimes, you better believe they really are out to get you.

Sibel claims that she had documents proving that the US Government knew that Al Qaeda was intending an attack on US soil using aircraft as missles. She was employed after 9/11, but was reviewing documents that predated the event, "Retranslating them".

She, along with Richard Clarke, provides a damning indication that our leaders allowed 9/11 to happen. Amazingly, you bring this up in certain circles, and you're a "Conspiracy Nut". Even though there's plenty of evidence, and some historical examples of how our government has intended similarly unsavory things to come to pass.

Mind you, I'm not telling anyone to run around and hold these two up as saviors- heck, they _could_ be lying. But the current administration isn't putting together any cogent arguments to refute them, and in fact, the administration has been hesitating to put up any arguments at all. It took how long to convince them that Lil' Condi had to testify in public, and on the record?

Not-so-amazingly, Ms. Edmonds cannot talk about her testimony in any detail. Ashcroft used "State Secret Privilege". This however, doesn't prevent Ms. Edmonds from directing us to questions worth asking. Also, because of "State Secret Privilege", she can't make open accusations. In my mind, that adds a measure of credibility. She just points to questions, and I appreciate that.

I want to know _where_ the intelligence breakdown that allowed the World Trade Center attacks to occur. I want a full accounting of how it happened, and a plan for how it can be prevented.

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