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    Default Could 911 be so hard to prosecute because it’s a legit modern day “Operation Northwoods”?

    Operation Northwoods of course being a false flag scenario allowing US citizens to be hurt in order to gain their support for military action against Cuba in 1962, which otherwise they wouldn’t have supported.
    https://www.wanttoknow.info/010501operationnorthwoods

    Operation Northwoods obviously didn’t pass (i’ve read it was closer than it should have been) but what’s to say a false flag operation similar to it in the decades since 1962 hasn’t been able to be pushed through? Could “legal” support of a similar false flag operation be the reason why 911 hasn’t been able to be investigated properly?

    Operation Northwoods was declassified years after the fact. Does this mean a false flag operation would have very little noticeable evidence prior to declassification?

    Why or why not? (To any of my q’s)
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    Default Re: Could 911 be so hard to prosecute because it’s a legit modern day “Operation Northwoods”

    It seems very much like Northwoods, but only a very few people were aware of the Northwoods plan. Probably the same here, and only a relatively few people knew about the whole thing. There were a few people who pushed legitimate investigations into 9/11 (like Sibel Edmonds in the FBI, who brought a case against the government), but they all got stonewalled for "national security" reasons by the Bush administration. Mike Rupert started publishing documents, and he was persecuted terribly and finally "suicided" in 2014. Bush did completely unconstitutional and tyrannical things, and back then, Congress went right along with it, not even a peep out of them in regards to all of this, or anything else of significance.

    There were military officers in the Pentagon who were killed, who I believed were white hats, and would have been exactly the kind of people to speak out and try to do something about all of this. One of them was in the chain of command to scramble jets after his superiors failed to act after a certain amount of time, and he was killed around the exact time that he was authorized to take the initiative to act on his own. So you can imagine that the people who were responsible for all of this were keeping their eyes on anyone who tried to expose what was going on. Fox News even ran some segments talking about a bunch of Israeli spies who were arrested, and government agencies investigating Israeli connections to the attacks, but that all got hushed up too.

    The US government is the largest employer in the US, and obviously not everyone who works in the military or government knew about and went along with all of this stuff. So I think people tried to say or do things, but it has been entirely too dangerous to tread on that ground so far.

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    Default Re: Could 911 be so hard to prosecute because it’s a legit modern day “Operation Northwoods”

    The Deep State needed Bush 43 for 911, and Gore wasn't their man.
    Bush 43 may or may not have known the depth and extent of the entire operation.
    Compartmentalization (of knowledge) was probably their modus operandi.

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    Default Re: Could 911 be so hard to prosecute because it’s a legit modern day “Operation Northwoods”

    Gore was a globalist too, just more of the Obama-style communist variety.

    Bush 43 seemed completely clueless when reading his goat story. He actually got red in the face when they told him the second plane hit, and sat there staring stupidly. I don't think he's that good of an actor. I think he was genuinely clueless. Meanwhile, Dick Cheney was in a command bunker calling the shots that morning, including stand-down orders in regards to the flight inbound to the Pentagon. Norman Minetta's testimony to the 9/11 Commission made that much clear.

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