Re: BLICK, the biggest Newspaper of Switzerland and its Cover Story: "Bush-Clan is behind 9/11"
Was the Bush-Clan behind 9/11?
Swiss University Lecturers ask the HOT QUESTIONS
"The More We Research, the More We Doubt It"
BY ELIE PETER
2973 humans died in the events of 9/11. "Bin Laden" and "al-Queda", the Bush clan cried. The world believed him. In the meantime, even scientists doubt the Bush version. Also the Swiss University lecturers, Albert A. Stahel (63) and Daniele Ganser (34), now ask hot questions.
"Something is not right", says strategy expert, Stahel, in the "World Week", and he refers to the "incomplete" official 9/11-Report of the US Government of 2004.
In response to BLICK the university professor confirms the criticism:
Osama Ben Laden cannot be "the grand godfather" behind the events. He could not have had enough means of communication.
Stahel doubts that a passenger airline hit the Pentagon: "For flight beginners it would have been actually impossible to target the building so exactly."
Seven hours after the twin Towers collapsed, beside it, the World Trade Center 7 collapsed. The official version: It burned for a long time. Stahel: "nothing at all is clear."
Stahel goes further than historian, Daniele Ganser, his colleague at the University of Zurich. He also calls the official US version "a conspiracy theory": "There are 3 theories, which should we treat equally?":
* "Surprise theory" - Bin Laden and al-Qaeda implemented the events.
* "Let it happen intentionally" - parts of the US Government knew of al-Queda's plans. They did not react, in order to legitimize a series of wars.
* "It was intentionally played out" - the events were implemented by the Pentagon and/or secret services. The Bin Laden videos were falsified. 3000 humans were sacrificed for strategic interests.
Ganser: "The more we research, the more we doubt the Bush version." It is conceivable that the Bush government was responsible. "Bush already lied so much! And it already occured in 1962 that the Pentagon had a plan to sacrifice innocent US citizens for its own interests." Stahel does not go as far as Ganser: "I have only questions."