9/11 Speech Where Bush Says 'Explosives' Used In World Trade Centre
Press conference on 15 September 2006
At a Press conference on 15 September 2006 with George ‘Dubya’ Bush, his notorious blunders may have really landed him in it, where he confirms what many suspected and that explosives were used to detonate one or more of the towers of the world trade centre.
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In the video, Bush can be seen explaining that an Act soon to be passed by Congress will provide clear rules on questioning and retaining Terrorist suspects. Information from which in the past has provided the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) with “valuable information” including that attained from Khalid Shaik Mohammed and enabled them to disrupt terrorist networks and plots including within the United States and how operatives were told to help to carry them out.Bush says:
“That is valuable information for those of us who had the responsibility to protect the American people. He told us how the operatives were instructed to use the explosives at a point that were high enough to prevent people trapped above from escaping.”Explosives? The official narrative says nothing about explosives. And just so we’re certain of the validity of this video, a transcript published by the New York Times confirms this is indeed what he said.
The use of explosives in the 911 attacks has always been put down to Conspiracy theories but recently, scientists have confirmed that traces of explosives have indeed been found from the debris collected from the site. It seems that question is why hasn’t this fundamental fact led to a reopening of the 9/11 investigation fact file.
Physicist, Steven E. Jones was one of nine authors that wrote a report in the peer reviewed Open Chemical Physics Journal that confirms the presence of highly explosive material, which may have caused the collapse of the three towers - not two as popularly noted and not by plane fuel fire.
While the report highlights the presence of nano-thermite material, they do not draw conclusions on how it got there. Jones says this should be the next step, to investigate how it got there and why.
Considering how much pended on the blame of 9/11 on Osama bin Laden, it’s no wonder official spokespersons are not forthcoming. A widespread belief is that this theory was propagated for troops to be able to enter Afghanistan and Iraq. A number of theories have argued that Osama had nothing to do with this in the first place.
14 years on, a rouse of this size, if it is one, will surely come apart. It is only a matter of time for people to start piecing together the fragmented snippets of evidence against the mainstream rhetoric. The truth is out there.