Why US Government And Saudi Arabia Don’t Want Americans Knowing The Truth About 9/11

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In a rare show of bipartisanship, President Obama and top Republicans in Congress have come together to shield Americans from knowing the truth about who was behind the 9/11 terror attacks, which took the lives of 2996 people in 2001. However strange it is for neoconservative members of Congress to agree with Obama on anything, there is no doubt the issue must be serious if it warrants this level of partnership.

The issue at hand is the classified, 28-page section of the 9/11 commission report, which many experts and politicians with knowledge of the documents have said point to Saudi Arabian government officials’ direct role in the terror attacks. This is why the Saudis put out a stern warning several days ago threatening to dump up to $750 billion in U.S. assets if Senate Bill 2040 becomes law; S.B. 2040 would make public the 28 pages and also allow for victims of 9/11 to sue foreign governments found responsible.


One comment to “Why US Government And Saudi Arabia Don’t Want Americans Knowing The Truth About 9/11”
  1. Yes, smelly. But KSA does not have $750bn in assets in the US, they have just under $300bn (China and Japan both have well over a trillion each).

    Saudi has it’s own financial problems, particularly at home. And so these threats – no matter the information within – is a clear demonstration why KSA must never have nuclear weapons. Mutual destruction is something they obviously seriously advocate. We need to develop alternative fuel sources and cut the shackles that KSA holds us in. And we need to expose the real perpetrators of global terrorism – the Saudi’s – once and for all.

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