Well here comes the news:<br><br> France Knew of Al Quada plane-jacking <br><br>This is of great interest:<br>"Le Monde said the French report of January 2001 had been handed over to a CIA operative in Paris, but that no mention of it had ever been made in the official U.S. September 11 Commission, which produced its findings in July 2004."<br><br>Now they may not have known exactly what they were going to do with them.... but they knew they were most likely to happen between March and Sept 2001. ...and they knew there was a possibility of them crashing them.<br><br>This is far diffrent from the Bushies "... no one ever imagined" ....."this happened out of the blue",...." no one could have ever forseen"... etc. <br><br>Also bear in mind that Bush, Rice, et al had a discussion in July 2001 in the OVAL Office about terrorists hijacking planes and crashing planes into the G8 conference building in Genoa, Italy.<br><br>It would not surprise me if they KNEW someting was going to happen thinking it'll be small and provide the excuse we need to take Saddam out... then let it happen (Or didn't pursue it vigorously), and then were stunned at the enormous event.<br><br>David (OFI)
<br>Yeah, just like Katrina...<br>...everyone knew but the people entrusted to protect us.<br><br>But you're overlooking the Silver Lining, my boy...<br><br>The Bush Cartel got to deflect all thoughts of ENRON,<br>...and Condie got a really NICE pair of shoes! <br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>[color:white]. . </font color=white>
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