Thursday, July 21, 2016

Paul Sperry: ‘28 Pages’ Are a ‘Smoking Gun’ Linking 9/11 Hijackers to Bush Family Friend



Paul Sperry: ‘28 Pages’ Are a ‘Smoking Gun’ Linking 9/11 Hijackers to Bush Family Friend
by John Hayward 20 Jul 2016
The New York Post’s Paul Sperry discussed his analysis of the declassified “28 Pages” from the 9/11 report on Breitbart News Sunday with host Stephen K. Bannon. As the title of Sperry’s article puts it: “Yes, the Saudi Government Helped the 9/11 Terrorists.”

“It’s a smoking gun, because the linkages are so numerous, and strong, and reinforcing, that it’s hard to come away from reading all this material and not feel that there was a support network,” said Sperry.

He said the media is underplaying these revelations because “they haven’t bothered to read it, and they took the pre-release spin from the White House, and from the Saudis, and K Street, all the K Street lobbyists, and that’s what they went with, instead of actually investigating for themselves — which is typical of the lazy mainstream media.”

He recalled speaking with members of the Joint Terrorism Task Force who were familiar with the 28 Pages material, and reporting in 2013 about the assistance Saudi agent Omar al-Bayoumi, and other actors from Saudi operations in the United States, provided to 9/11 hijackers Khalid al-Mihdar and Nawaf al-Hazmi in San Diego.

“The takeaway that was shocking to me was the fact that we had Abu Zubaida having phone contacts, unlisted phone contacts, in his possession when he was captured in Pakistan after 9/11 — this is a senior al Qaeda operative — of the Aspen residence, the chalet, for Prince Bandar, Saudi Prince Bandar,” Sperry said. “This is an unlisted number, tied to a security company that no one even knew about, they weren’t even on the radar. It took two months for the FBI to even run this to ground, who the hell was this security company, and who did this phone number belong to.”

“Then we find out that a number of others had top al Qaeda people, people of interest with the hijackers had numbers for his bodyguard at his residence, his mansion in McLean, Virginia, and his drivers,” Sperry continued. “So here you have all these top al Qaeda people having very personal information in their possession, with the ambassador in Washington.”

Bannon observed that Bandar was more than just an ambassador, given close ties to the Bush family that earned him the nickname “Bandar Bush, the fourth Bush brother.” He suggested President George W. Bush would have been “run out of town” if these al Qaeda connections to Bandar had not been suppressed.

“This is a monstrous cover-up,” Sperry agreed. “The cover-up is actually more stomach-turning and nauseating than actually what happened, in terms of the foreign sponsorship of 9/11. Bush’s cover-up is corrosive on your soul. Can you imagine what the 9/11 families are going through right now, thinking that their president, their Commander-in-Chief betrayed them, and gave the enemy a pass?”

He allowed that the Bush Administration didn’t realize the Saudis were setting up an infrastructure to support a massive terrorist attack before 9/11, but “when they had enough circumstantial evidence, overwhelming evidence, there’s no question that they tried to suppress this.”

Sperry said a large part of the cover-up “has to do with the Bush family’s personal relationship with the Saudis, primarily Bandar and his wife Haifa, Princess Haifa, who Daddy Bush – they would go to each other’s parties, and they actually celebrated Barbara’s birthday party in Kennebunkport.”

“Bandar gave money to the Bush Library, down at A&M. I mean, they’re thick as thieves,” he said. “And so when Bandar told Bush the second night there, on the Truman balcony, when they’re smokin’ stogies after 9/11, and he asked him to evacuate all the Saudi VIPs, including the bin Ladens — at that point, the Commander-in-Chief knew that at least 15 of the hijackers were Saudi nationals, and Bandar says look, there’s nothing to it, I mean, we don’t know anything about this, there’s nothing more to this, it’s just a random coincidence. And Bush bought it, because he was a friend of the family, ‘Bandar Bush.’”   

Bandar bin Sultan
Controversy
Bandar endured controversy over allegations in the book Plan of Attack by Bob Woodward that President George W. Bush informed him of the decision to invade Iraq ahead of Secretary of State Colin Powell.[62]
Bandar helped negotiate the 1985 Al Yamamah deal, a series of massive arms sales by the United Kingdom to Saudi Arabia worth GB£40 billion (US$80 billion), including the sale of more than 100 warplanes. After the deal was signed, British arms manufacturer British Aerospace (now BAE Systems) allegedly funnelled secret payments of at least GB£1 billion (US$2 billion) into two Saudi embassy accounts in Washington, in yearly instalments of up to GB£120 million (US$240 million) over at least 10 years. He allegedly took money for personal use out of the accounts, as the purpose of one of the accounts was to pay the operating expenses of his private Airbus A340. According to investigators, there was "no distinction between the accounts of the embassy, or official government accounts [...], and the accounts of the royal family." The payments were discovered during a Serious Fraud Office investigation, which was stopped in December 2006 by attorney general Lord Goldsmith.[63][64] In 2009, he hired Louis Freeh as his legal representative for the Al-Yamamah arms scandal.[65]
In the summer of 2013, after the U.S., UK and French officials accused Syria's Assad regime of using chemical weapons against its opponents, Syria, Russia and Iran, countered with assertions that the chemical weapons had actually been deployed by the Syrian rebels themselves in a "false flag" attack designed to bring international condemnation down on the Syrian government.
Prince Bandar became one focus of these accusations, in particular according to the findings of American news organisation Mint Press News reports of the Ghouta residents;[66]
Iranian media also asserted that Bandar was the source of these alleged weapons transfers.[67]
A court affidavit filed on 3 February 2015 claims that Zacarias Moussaoui served as a courier between Osama bin Laden and Turki bin Faisal Al Saud in the late 1990s, and that Turki introduced Moussaoui to Bandar.[68] Zacarias Moussaoui stated on oath and wrote to Judge George B. Daniels that Saudi royal family members, including Prince Bandar, donated to Al-Qaeda and helped finance the September 11 attacks.[69] The Saudi government continues to deny any involvement in the 9/11 plot, and claims there is no evidence to support Moussaoui's allegations in spite of numerous previous intense investigations, noting that Moussaoui's own lawyers presented evidence of his mental incompetence during his trial.[68] Leaked information from the redacted portion of the 9/11 Commission Report states that two of the 9/11 hijackers received $130,000 in payment from Bandar's checking account.

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John C. Whitehead was an honorary trustee at the Brookings Institution (think tank), a member of the Kappa Beta Phi, a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), an overseer at the International Rescue Committee, and a director at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center.
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George Soros’s friend.
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John C. Whitehead was a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), an overseer at the International Rescue Committee, an honorary trustee at the Brookings Institution (think tank), a member of the Kappa Beta Phi, and a director at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center.
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Sam Nunn is the co-chairman & CEO for the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank), and Michelle Nunn’s father.
Michelle Nunn is Sam Nunn’s daughter, and was the CEO for the Points of Light.
George H.W. Bush is an honorary chairman for the Points of Light, a member of the Bohemian Club, a member of the Burning Tree Club, a friend of Bandar bin Sultan, and a member of the Alfalfa Club.
Ted Turner is a co-chairman for the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank), and the founder of CNN.
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Hisashi Owada is a director at the Nuclear Threat Initiative (think tank), and was a lifetime trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank).
Bandar bin Sultan was a lifetime trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank), was a Saudi ambassador for the United States, and is a friend of George H.W. Bush, a Saudi prince.
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George H.W. Bush is a member of the Alfalfa Club, a member of the Bohemian Club, a member of the Burning Tree Club, a friend of Bandar bin Sultan, and
Jack Valenti is a member of the Burning Tree Club, and a trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank).
Bandar bin Sultan is a friend of George H.W. Bush, a Saudi prince, was a Saudi ambassador for the United States, and a lifetime trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank).
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Muslim to Give Closing Prayer on Day Two of ‘Trump Convention’



Muslim to Give Closing Prayer on Day Two of ‘Trump Convention’
Donald Trump and Sajid Tarar, Founder of "American Muslims for Trump"
Posted By: Matthew K. Burke July 18, 2016
Editor Note: The picture previously used in this story had three people in it. Trump followers were apparently confused by the words “Donald Trump and Sajid Tarar (Right)” and focused on a man appearing to be Sikh on the left, even though Mr. Tarar, the subject of the story, was clearly identified as being the man to the right of Trump. To make it easier for Trump supporters to understand, we have cropped out the third individual. 

In a move that should be seen as a “bigly” hypocritical move by the Trump campaign, the RNC and Trump have announced that a Muslim is going to be giving the benediction, the closing prayer, on day two of the Republican National Convention, an event billed by media like the Drudge Report as “The Trump Convention.”

As we reported in December, in the midst of a competitive GOP primary, Donald Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.”

A program of the GOP Convention provided to PolitiStick reveals that on Tuesday, the founder of a front group known as “American Muslims for Trump,” Sajid Tarar, will be praying to Allah, the same god invoked by Islamic terrorists shouting “Allahu Akbar” while committing evil around the globe in places like San Bernardino, Orlando, and more recently in Nice, France.

Notice the last speaker listed:
Because nothing says promoting what made America great, Judeo-Christian principles and values, than having a Muslim death cult leader pray at the Republican Convention.

Trump’s announcement in December shocked the mainstream media, which tried to paint the policy as bigoted, racist and every other evil under the sun.

However, Americans tired of the infiltration of Muslims not desiring to assimilate into the American culture, but wanting to fundamentally transform America into an anti-freedom Sharia Law compliant nation overwhelmingly supported it. The announcement caused Trump to soar in the polls.

Since then, Trump has almost completely walked back the proposal, now that the primary season is over.

In May, Trump changed his chiseled in stone rhetoric about a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims,” neutering it to be only classified as a mere “suggestion.”

Step Two of the gradual flip-flop was to say, basically copying word-for-word what Ted Cruz had proposed, which was a ban that applies to only countries that are known to have high concentrations of Islamic terrorists.

Step Three, and this may not be the last move, was to announce “extreme vetting,” something the Obama Regime is already promising.

Trump’s cult-like followers may find it hard to reconcile Trump’s past pronouncements with his newly found friendliness to the New World Order-approved “interfaith” move to having a Muslim pray to Allah at “his” convention, a venue where he supposedly calls all the shots. How “inclusive” of Mr. Trump!

We here at PolitiStick will pray that their confusion and frustration is not too painful. But we’ll be praying to the real God.

It is not known at this time if an Islamic prayer rug with Mr. Trump’s logo emblazoned on it will be used during this time on Tuesday evening. We are also unable to confirm whether “American Muslims for Trump” is part of the Muslim Brotherhood network of terrorists.