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Saturday, February 21, 2009

9/11 Questions - Fabled Enemies

Fabled "Enemies"

Did you know that the FBI has never listed 9/11 as a crime committed by Osama bin Laden?  They indicate they don't have enough evidence against him.  Surprised?  There is a lot about 9/11 that remains unknown. You don't have to dig very deep. You just have to find all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle and keep them straight.

This film "Fabled Enemies," which I've finally had the time to watch from start to finish, gives incredibly thorough coverage to all the main issues, well over 95% of the content coming straight from mainstream news reports. It's hard to imagine anyone so dense as not to get it by now, but there are people who aren't interested in evidence: traitors and idiots.

Seven years after 9/11, the supposed mastermind behind the attacks is still at large, and the nation is entrenched in multiple wars in the Middle East. Is Bin Laden the evil behind the attack or a mere front man in a larger picture, a Bogeyman? Fabled Enemies is unlike any 9/11 documentary ever put together. Rather than focusing on the physical anomalies at the World Trade Center and Pentagon, this film follows the intelligence ties of Osama Bin Laden, the alleged hijackers, and those who were actually detained on 9/11. The movie delves deeply into the roles of seperate Nations that were involved in supporting the 9/11 attacks. From Israel to Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, and even the United States itself, no one is spared in this scathing expose that pulls no punches. Sit back and get ready to learn how members of the FBI had their investigations into Bin Laden obstructed and shut down, how the hijackers were trained at US bases, that military drills crippled our defense and facilitated the attacks, how the Shadow Government was actually activated that day, and much much more. Presented by Alex Jones Productions and Jason Bermas, one of the creators of Loose Change.

Get some popcorn and your favorite beverage, and have your eyes opened. The film lasts 1 hour and 42 minutes. The lessons will last a lifetime.








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