Congress To Reveal 9/11 Secrets, Saudi Isn’t Happy So They Blackmail U.S.

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Apr 17 2016
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The “September 11 Attacks” is close to 15 years old but it was the mother of terrorist attacks that is still full of mysteries and conspiracy theories. Depending on who you ask, the speculation behind the attacks could be spookily inspiring. Former Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed would tell you that if the U.S. could create “Avatar”, they could fake 9/11 attacks.

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A year before his resignation, Mahathir claimed that the Arabs could not have carried out the 9/11 attacks on American soil as they did not have the discipline and capacity to do it. Although the Arabs were great warriors in the past, said Mahathir, it was highly improbable al-Qaeda terrorists to hijack a huge commercial airliner, let alone four, and fly them into four pre-targeted areas at precise intervals.


Mahathir might had insulted the Arabs’ intelligence and capability in carrying the 9/11 attacks but if he was right, then Saudi Arabia has nothing to worry and fear about being accused of having its fair share in the attacks. But it doesn’t seem to be so. The truth about the role of Saudi in the terrorist plot is about to be revealed, and the kingdom isn’t happy about it.

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Saudi officials have long denied that the kingdom had any role in the 9/11 plot, and the 9/11 Commission found “no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior Saudi officials individually funded the organization.” However, the commission’s narrow wording has since created conspiracy theories about a massive cover-up.


The conclusions of a 2002 congressional inquiry have created more suspicions than answers, primarily because the 28 pages of the report is still a secret until today, leading to speculations that the U.S. government had deliberately covered some evidence that Saudi officials living in the United States at the time had a hand in the plot.

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Luckily to the Saudi, under the current US law, foreign nations have a degree of immunity from being sued in American courts. The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 is one of the reasons why families of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks largely failed to bring to court the Saudi royal family and charities over suspicion of financially supporting the attacks.


That’s not all. Because of crude oil, the Government of United States had been sucking up to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia for decades, so much so that it’s not hard to understand why the U.S. government would back the Saudis over its own citizens. But thanks to shale oil production, the U.S. has become the world’s latest oil exporter – after 40 years.

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Introduced by Republican Senator John Cornyn and Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer, a bill was introduced in the Senate that would waiver the immunity for cases involving terrorist attacks that kill US citizens on US soil, which makes perfect sense. This simply means the role of Saudi government in the 9/11 attacks will be examined and evaluated in lawsuits.


Essentially, that could cost the kingdom hundreds of millions of dollars in compensations, if not billions of frozen assets, if the United States courts were to find the Saudi Arabia was guilty of funding, plotting or assisted in any way whatsoever the 19 hijackers who flew airplanes into World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

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And that would not be a pretty sight for the kingdom which is struggling with financial problems due to low crude oil prices. The disaster part is this: Saudi would be officially known as sponsor of terrorism, a legacy which could deal a blow to the House of Saud who believes their Sunni Islam and their interpretation through Wahhabism is the “real” Islam.


Therefore, it’s not hard to see why the Gulf nation was so panicked that it sent its foreign minister – Adel bin Ahmed al-Jubeir – to Washington last month, blackmailing lawmakers that Saudi Arabia would be forced to sell up to US$750 billion in treasury securities and other assets in the United States before they could be in danger of being frozen by American courts.

Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir

Surely if Saudi government was as clean as it has claimed, there’s little reason for such threats, is there? Still, King Salman should take comfort that America’s (perceived) first “Muslim” president – Barack Hussein Obama – is on their side. The Obama administration has lobbied Congress to block the bill’s passage.


While Obama officials have warned senators of diplomatic and economic fallout from the legislation, in an attempt not to humiliate and insult the kingdom of Saudi, economists are skeptical that the Saudis will follow through with its threat, saying that such a sell-off would be difficult to execute and would end up crippling the kingdom’s economy too.

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The fact that the Saudi riyal is pegged to the American dollar means if the United States currency is destabilized, the same will happen to the Saudi’s. Considering the Saudi depends heavily on U.S. military intelligence and logistical support for its war in Yemen and cold war with Iran, clearly King Salman and his dynasty have more to lose.


Tactically speaking, Saudi’s threats have done nothing but confirming its role in funding, plotting and assisting the 15-year-old terror attacks on United States soil, even if the Congress fails to declassify the 28 pages of sealed secret documents. And if President Obama decides not to sign the bill, it will only verify that Saudi officials were indeed involved.

911 September 11 Terrorist Attack - 19 Hijackers Identified - Mostly Saudi Arabia Citizens

Last year, convicted al-Qaeda member Zacarias Moussaoui implicated high-level Saudi royals in the 9/11 attacks, fuelling the ongoing congressional effort to declassify the official report. Saudi’s connections to the attacks are already well-known, including that 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi Arabian citizens. So what else is hidden from the public that’s so confidential?


After all, it’s a public knowledge that mastermind Osama bin Laden was the son of a wealthy Saudi Arabian contractor with close ties to the Saudi royal family. Former Florida Democratic Senator Bob Graham thinks the 28 classified pages will lay out a network of people he believes helped the hijackers obtain housing in the U.S. and enrol in flight school.

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But the embarrassing part is this: if released, the classified documents would eventually reveal the roles of not only “the Saudis” in general, but also the government, the rich people in the kingdom and the charities in specific. Just like the Japanese’ brutality during the World War II, now is the time to expose the Saudis’ brutality in the attacks on September 11, 2001.


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I believe that will implicate the Bush family as well. High Time that Saudi is exposed for their hypocrisy in their politics and religion.

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