Biden Orders Declassification of 9/11
Comment: Will It be a Real Declassification or a Redacted One (With all 28 Pages of British/Israeli Involvement Blacked Out???)
Under Pressure from 9/11 Families, Biden Orders 9/11 Declassification Review
Sept. 3, 2021 (EIRNS)—“When I ran for President,” said President Biden today,
“I made a commitment to ensuring transparency regarding the declassification of documents on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America.
“As we approach the 20th anniversary of that tragic day, I am honoring that commitment. Today, I signed an executive order directing the Department of Justice and other relevant agencies to oversee a declassification review of documents related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s September 11th investigations. The executive order requires the Attorney General to release the declassified documents publicly over the next six months.”
The executive order calls for rolling declassification timelines, the first documents being completed by Sept. 11, 2021, the next (all other records from In re Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001) in 60 days, additional FBI investigation materials within 120 days. The last deadline, in 180 days, includes all other investigations that may be relevant to the 9/11 attacks, including “investigation of any individual subjects of the subfile investigation that are relevant to the 9/11 terrorist attacks or to any of the individual subjects’ connection to an agency relationship with a foreign government.”
Biden’s order says that “Information shall not remain classified if there is significant doubt about the need to maintain its classified status. Nor shall information remain classified in order to conceal violations of law, inefficiency, or administrative error or to prevent embarrassment to a person, organization, or agency.”
Included in the process are the Attorney General (currently Merrick Garland), the National Security Advisor (currently Jake Sullivan), and the Congressional intelligence committees.
9/11 Families United—chaired by Terry Strada, who just a few weeks ago had scored Biden for not doing more to release information on Saudi involvement in the attacks—released a statement in which she said:
“We are thrilled to see the President forcing the release of more evidence about Saudi connections to the 9/11 Attacks. We have been fighting the FBI and intelligence community for too long, but this looks like a true turning point.
“There is much more work to be done to secure justice for our murdered loved ones and to rectify the immense damage the 20-year shroud of secrecy has caused, but we now are optimistic that President Biden will be helping us achieve those goals. Sen. Menendez told us that Congress sometimes has to jolt the White House into action and we’re pleased that President Biden took notice. We all thank Sen. Menendez and the other senators for their leadership.”
Menendez was one of the sponsors of the September 11 Transparency Act, whose provisions clearly influenced Biden’s executive order.
Biden Orders Declassification of 9/11 Documents
Joe Biden is ordering the declassification of government documents relating to the 9/11 attacks.
Here’s the full statement.
So does this mean we will finally find out the truth surrounding the WTC-7 controlled demolition?
How about all the weird military drills that were happening that day?
Will the dancing Israelis who filmed the attacks be exposed?
What about the Jew Larry Silverstein’s terrorism insurance policy he put on those building just months before the attacks?
Yeah, I doubt anything relating to Israel or the Jews who were involved in this event will be exposed with this declassification effort. This is about burying the truth of what happened that day, not shedding light on it.
Hysteria over Biden’s Trashing of the U.S.-British ‘Special Relationship’ Continues
Sept. 3, 2021 (EIRNS)—The British Empire continues its hysteria over the prospect of losing its American muscle. British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace made headlines when he declared in an interview with The Spectator that the U.S. and the U.K. are not superpowers. When asked about criticism from the military and others that the decision to build and deploy two aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy was an absurd overstretch from a country in denial about still being a global power, Wallace said: “I think it really goes to what the definition of what a global power is. It is obvious that Britain is not a superpower. But a superpower that is also not prepared to stick at something isn’t probably a superpower either. It is certainly not a global force, it’s just a big power.”
Britain, meanwhile, can act with others. “I take the view that the future of foreign policy around the world will involve more bilateral than trilateral alliances depending on the problems we face. So, West Africa may be a more French/British thing, East Africa may be the same.” In other words, military interventionism must go on, with or without the U.S.
As for Europe, there are two issues, Wallace argued, one of which is Europe’s relationship with the U.S. The other is staying power. “The question for the West—whether it is Ukraine, whether it is the South China Sea or upholding international laws—is resolve. That is the question: do we have resolve?” he said, sounding like Maggie Thatcher in 1990. He, like Tony Blair, supposedly dislikes the term “forever war,” yet like Blair, that’s what he promises. “I think standing up for the values you believe in, standing up to protect your interests, is a forever commitment. It’s unending—so be prepared.”
Meanwhile, Jeremy Hunt, Dominic Raab’s predecessor as U.K. foreign secretary, warned on Sept. 3 that “a dangerous fault line” had emerged in the U.S.-U.K. special relationship, describing the withdrawal from Kabul as catastrophic and forced on the U.K. Hunt said allied troops left in such ignominious circumstances that it “was a sobering moment for anyone who cares about liberal values and open societies,” reported the Guardian.
Writing in his local paper, he said: “The result of this chaotic, hurried withdrawal has been to hand the country back to the very government that sheltered the 9/11 bombers. The truth, however, is that 457 British service men and women did not lose their lives simply to reduce the risk of a terrorist attack. Nor did they support the dispiriting isolationism of ‘America first’ of President Trump to which his successor appears to be pandering.
“Our servicemen and women died in defense of a set of deeply held values that said girls should be entitled to the same education as boys, courts should be independent of clerics, and journalists should not be imprisoned if they speak truth to power. If President Biden believes in those values too, it is time we heard it.”
The conniption over the future of the “special relationship” extends back to the Washington Post Anglophiles. Editorial columnist Marc Thiessen tries to play Margaret Thatcher by demanding Biden stiffen his backbone. In a column posted yesterday, he describes the failure of the Europeans, at the Aug. 17 virtual G7 meeting, to convince Biden to extend the end date for the evacuation operation. “When European leaders are desperately trying to stiffen the U.S. President’s spine, America is in trouble,” he says. After noting Biden’s delay of 36 hours in returning a phone call from Boris Johnson, “the damage Biden has done extends far beyond the ‘special relationship’ with Britain. Our NATO allies were in Afghanistan only because America was attacked on 9/11, and there were more NATO than U.S. forces in Afghanistan when Biden made the decision to withdraw—so his surrender undermines the credibility of the entire alliance.” Thiessen claims that after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq in 2011, which he also attributes to Biden, it was Europe that suffered the terrorist blowback.
“Yet Biden seems oblivious to the damage he is doing. In a news briefing before the evacuation was ended, Biden declared, ‘I have seen no question of our credibility from our allies around the world’ and insisted that in fact the opposite was true—that our allies believe ‘we’re acting with dispatch,’ he concludes. “This is delusional. Our allies are aghast at Biden’s display of weakness and his indifference to their interests. The damage he is doing to our alliances and our credibility in the world is irreparable.”
What is Really Going on With the British Empire:
YehsnttfneargSdlgipSayho tatt 8:nfsl1l1od reicuPMddd · The British Empire Senses Its Pending DoomSept. 2 (EIRNS)—The level of panic, and outright horror, being expressed by leading spokesmen for the British Empire, is unprecedented in modern times. Perhaps a review of the British press in October 1781, following Cornwallis’s surrender at Yorktown, would find a similar public gnashing of teeth. Perhaps also in April 1865, when the Empire’s Confederate Army under Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, ending the Empire’s last great hope for the military destruction of the Union. Since then, the Empire has depended on subversion rather than military power. In the Great War, the British succeeded in dragging the racist, Anglophile Woodrow Wilson into saving them at the last moment, while in World War II Franklin Roosevelt joined the war only because the Frankenstein monster the City of London had created in Germany was an even greater danger—and he forced the British to accept an alliance with the Soviet Union and China, without which the war would possibly have been lost.Unfortunately, after the death of Roosevelt, and Harry Truman’s capitulation to the Empire and help to the European imperial powers in retaking their colonies, and especially after the successful assassination of Jack Kennedy, the City of London has systematically replaced the Hamiltonian American System of directed credit with the British System of free markets and deregulation of banking and industry, while also flooding the U.S. with their drugs and their Malthusian “environmentalist” delusions. Despite Lyndon LaRouche’s clear explication of this subversion, and his presentation of the steps necessary to return to the American System, his ideas were suppressed and he was slandered and persecuted, while America became the dumb giant to the British financial oligarchy, waging wars on behalf of the Empire in Indochina, Central Europe, and Southwest Asia.When Donald Trump appeared out of nowhere (or so the Empire’s minions believed), threatening to end the endless wars, be friends with Russia and China, reject the fake science of anthropogenic climate change, and rebuild American industry and infrastructure, the British control of the U.S. media, the intelligence community, and Wall Street left Trump impotent to do anything but fight the coup attempt led by MI6 and GCHQ. In the end, none of his promises were realized, and the Empire heaved a huge sigh of relief.But look what has happened now! The aging, stumbling Joe Biden has done what Donald Trump failed to do—end the endless war in Afghanistan, without listening to or even consulting John Bull. Biden acted on the basis of what Tony Blair called the “imbecilic political slogan about ending ‘the forever wars,’” And, horror of horrors, the Empire is suddenly seeing the ghost of FDR drifting overhead, threatening to bring the World War II cooperation between the U.S., China, and Russia together again, to address their common aim to develop Afghanistan, to end the miserable backward conditions which foster terorism and drug production, and extend the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor into Afghanistan as part of the New Silk Road. See below for the hysteria coming from the British today.Biden is not promoting this himself, at least not publicly, although representatives of his government have participated in international forums where these issues were put forward. But even the Empire senses that decisions in the U.S. are not always made by the President alone, but by what Lyndon LaRouche called the “institution of the presidency.” Just as that institution during the Trump Administration was dominated by the military-industrial complex and their Wall Street allies, so today the Afghanistan decision, and Biden’s capacity to stand up against the almost universal denunciation from the Congress, the media, and the military-industrial crowd, demonstrates a powerful resistance from the current institution of the presidency. As demonstrated in the last year-and-a-half of Schiller Institute conferences, leading scientists, political leaders, policy experts, retired military, health professionals, farmers, and more, from all over the world, including from Russia and China, have engaged in dialogue at the highest level on the urgent need for a new paradigm based on global “peace through development.” (See https://schillerinstitute.com/international-conferences/ and select from “Conferences.”)The Empire is not omnipotent. In fact, it is decadent and dying. It is capable of provoking chaos, even a nuclear war, but only if the people fail to live up to what Friedrich Schiller posed as the responsibility of all human beings to be “patriots of one’s nation and citizens of the world.” This is our moment – REAL AMERICAN PATRIOTS
Comment: This is clearly good for America. The Empire/Cabal has raped, robbed, pillaged and totally discredited America. Maybe America’s money will be used for America’s own infrastructure and America’s own well being for a big change. Hopefully it will be over for the military -industrial complex but then that is a huge stretch. Peace Through Development is a WINNER. Clearly Trump & Biden were/Are sick of America’s Imperial Wars for British Banksters & Oil Oligarchs, and American Oil Oligarchs: British Royals, Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Dutch Royals and the rest of the Satanic Scum.