September 11, 2001: Another Day Which Will Live in Infamy

Sunday, September 11, 2011
By Paul Martin

The Intel Hub
Servando Gonzalez
September 11, 2011

In 1980, the Council on Foreign Relations conspirators put their well-oiled electoral machine to work in order to seat a fool in the White House. It was not that they liked him, but it was just their way to put their secret Agent George H. W. Bush in the fast lane to the Presidency. But the attempt on the life of the fool failed miserably — God protects the fools and the drunkards — and they ended up by having a fool who was not a member of the CFR in the White House and their beloved G. H. W. Bush as was left impotent on the sidelines as Vice-president, unable to either promote or continue the CFR agenda.

Even worse, despite all his shortcomings, the fool in the White House was a true patriot, and never bought the doctrine of “peaceful coexistence” the conspirators so carefully had created in order to keep the Soviet communist threat artificially alive.[1] At the time, they didn’t have yet the total control over the U.S. government and the military they have today, so the conspirators had to watch powerlessly while Reagan carried out his own clever plan to destroy communism in Russia.

Faced with the imminent fall of the Soviet Union, the conspirators hastily conceive a plan B for a creating new threat that would quickly replace the Soviet Union as the main enemy and bogeyman. The 1993 Summer issue of the CFR’s organ Foreign Affairs featured an article by Professor Samuel P. Huntington (CFR), warning about the coming clash of civilizations, particularly between the Judeo-Christian and Muslim worlds.

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