When Americans found themselves lucky enough to receive the vestiges of something representing an Anglo-Saxon or Classical Education, and received, if nothing but, a sketch of English History, say from King Alfred down to the George III, one likely had a taste for the nature of intrigue and esoteric politics.
What is now called “conspiracy theory” was the proper mindset offered to those who were “educated.” The purpose of educating a certain segment of folks on how things really were, was to encourage order by showing the ways of the world, and not to be shocked by it. That virtue still mattered, even if one became part or some adjunct of the elite.
Of course, this was not our time.
The reader likely missed that the owner of the Venice, Florida area flight school that trained, amongst others, Mohammed Atta, one Rudi Dekkers, was arrested last December on charges of attempt to traffic heroin (and where does the H come from?). What should have been, at least, a worthwhile footnote, barely registered.
This past week, a FOIA court battle, forced the FBI to concede that a local Venice, Florida, Saudi family (of some import) was quite familiar with the 9/11 hijackers, and ingesting the syntax, the FBI had lied about their supposed lack of knowledge,
After the story broke, the FBI acknowledged its investigation but claimed it found no evidence to connect the Ghazzawis or the al-Hijjis to the hijackers or the 9/11 plot. Agents maintained, too, that the FBI made all of its 9/11 records available to Congress.
The Freedom of Information lawsuit was filed last September, after the FBI declined to release any records on the matter.
In March, as the case moved toward trial this summer, the Bureau unexpectedly released 31 of 35 pages it said had been located. The partially censored records flatly contradict the FBI’s earlier public comments and state that the Sarasota Saudis had “many connections” to persons allied with the hijackers.
and further, withheld the information from the 9/11 Commission.
The educated man doesn’t assume that the numerous hay-makers thrown at the “official story” finally landed a punch, as he considers that perhaps, particularly in light of the assault on the IRS at this moment, there is some broader agenda in play.