Getting Real About Richard Clarke by Kevin Ryan

“Getting Real About Richard Clarke” by Kevin Ryan at Dig Within Blog 2-02-14.

Kevin Ryan is the author of “Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects”, which I, Vic Sadot, reviewed in my “Truth Troubadour” Blog. The kind of information documented this many years after 9/11 has many people thinking that we should not be calling for a “new investigation” anymore. Rather that charges and prosecutions move forward and tie together the revelations of the Senate Report on Torture, the known facts of the anthrax case used to push the Patriot Repression Act through Congress at locomotive speed, and the kind of court-worthy evidence gathered in hundreds of books and documentaries, such as Kevin Ryan’s writings reveal. The fact is that the torture testimony was needed to actually have a story for 9/11 Commission Executive Director Philip Zelikow to tell. There are many areas of focus being established as the basis for genuine judicial process in the interest of 9/11 Truth and Justice. Rock and Roll Revolutionary John Lennon said, “You can live a lie until you die! But one thing you can’t hide is when you’re crippled inside!”

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Ryan Excerpts from his “Dig Within” Blog  that bring 9/11 into the Context of Today:

“President Obama’s 2013 advisory panel on NSA spying included some interesting people considering that the justification for such crimes against democracy always go back to 9/11. One member was Cass Sunstein, who had previously advised the president to “cognitively infiltrate” citizen groups that sought the truth about 9/11. Another panel member was Richard Clarke, the former “counterterrorism czar,” whose opinions on the subject continue to be widely publicized despite suspicions that Clarke might have been in league with the 9/11 terrorists…. Clarke suggested that Osama bin Laden was never worried about being caught before he was killed because he “thought he’d get tipped.” Clarke meant that Bin Laden was helped by retired intelligence officials and would be tipped off to any operation. In the same interview, Clarke told Maher that Afghanis were pathetic and that Pakistanis were “pathological liars.” However, there are good reasons to believe that it is Clarke who is a pathological liar. Those reasons include that it was Clarke who tipped off Bin Laden’s friends in the years before 9/11, effectively preventing the capture or killing of that alleged terrorist mastermind. Clarke later promoted lies about a man called Abu Zubaydah, whose torture testimony is behind much of the 9/11 Commission Report. People need to know more about Richard Clarke before taking any more of his comments at face value. The following excerpts from my book Another Nineteen might make that point a little more obvious. http://digwithin.net/2014/02/02/real-clarke

Chapter 15 presents the case for investigating SAIC and Duane Andrews, who considers Dick Cheney his hero, as legitimate suspects for the crimes of 9/11/01

Chapter 15 presents the case for investigating SAIC and Duane Andrews, who considers Dick Cheney his hero, as legitimate suspects for the crimes of 9/11/01

Dig Within

President Obama’s 2013 advisory panel on NSA spying included some interesting people considering that the justification for such crimes against democracy always go back to 9/11. One member was Cass Sunstein, who had previously advised the president to “cognitively infiltrate” citizen groups that sought the truth about 9/11. Another panel member was Richard Clarke, the former “counterterrorism czar,” whose opinions on the subject continue to be widely publicized despite suspicions that Clarke might have been in league with the 9/11 terrorists.

Clarke MaherIn one of several “Real Time” interviews with TV host Bill Maher, a supporter of NSA spying, Clarke suggested that Osama bin Laden was never worried about being caught before he was killed because he “thought he’d get tipped.” Clarke meant that Bin Laden was helped by retired intelligence officials and would be tipped off to any operation. In the same interview, Clarke told Maher that Afghanis…

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