One would imagine that the US would have been enraged over the alleged Saudi involvement in 9/11, but despite the passage of a considerable amount of time, Washington has remained silent on reports that claimed President Bush censored 28 full pages of the 800-page commission report.
The missing pages are reported to have vital information which incriminates the Saudi Kingdom
There has also been an eerie silence over Congressmen Stephen Lynch and Walter Jones’ request of a Congressional resolution to demand that President Obama declassify the full Joint Congressional Report on the terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Does the issue have no value to the White House?
Why isn’t former President George W. Bush being indicted? After all, if the report of his taking out the 28 pages is true, the man is guilty of obstruction of justice.
Why is the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) pressuring the Congress to bury the whole affair? After all, it makes little sense for AIPAC to protect the Saudis, their archenemies.
The silence of US officials indicates that their own vested interests are more valuable than American lives.
Is it possible that when Iran says that ‘the war on terror was, in reality as confirmed by General Wesley Clark, a plan to invade and occupy 7 oil- and gas-rich nations,’ it is not just a wild speculation?