The Continuing Cover Up of the 9-11 Intelligence Failures:
Bush's new Department of Homeland Security

Nipawin - Friday, June 7, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


"Based on everything I have seen, I do not believe anyone could have prevented the horror of Sept. 11"

President George Bush (as blinded by the right), June 6, 2002




We have a world wide agenda carried out by the Bushies, the Blairs and the Berlusconis and I agree with George Monbiot's understanding that The struggle between people and corporations will be the defining battle of the twenty-first century.




So far, we have come to understand that America's hyper ability to pre-emptively destroy any of the labeled rouge state along with the consequential ability to economically re-build this same eventually destroyed rouge state and be thanked for is what makes America the hyper power of the world.




We are living in difficult times and we are losing our clarity to think and imagine a better world as the interests of money and governments have been progressively converging. In Canada, for instance, we have no political alternative in changing our decadent and social economic system as all political parties want to run the government as a business. When was the last time we were reminded by any politician that we must have a government of the people, for the people, and by the people? I cannot recall that.



cover up

Yesterday, we were prompted topoint out the mentally fragmented incompetence of FBI Director Rober Mueller and of U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft in dealing with the intelligence failures of 9-11. Instead to uncover these intelligence failures and recover intelligence we see the furthering of the 9-11 cover up with President Bush's disclosure of his secretive plan to establish the new Department of Homeland Security. In announcing this new department, President Bush self congratulated himself by saying
"America is leading the civilized world in a titanic struggle against terror. Freedom and fear are at war -- and freedom is winning."
In the meantime, this is what Lt. Col. Steve Butler said about his Commander in Chief
"Of course Bush knew about the impending attacks on America. He did nothing to warn the American people because he needed this war on terrorism. His daddy had Saddam and he needed Osama."
  Figure it out who is right or wrong!
  Full text of Bush's speech. Proposal to boost homeland security Associated Press, Washington, June 6, 2002
  Captive State by George Monbiot
  Plan Was Formed in Utmost Secrecy. Final Proposal Came From 4 Top Bush Aides; Most Others Out of Loop By Dana Milbank, Washington Post Staff Writer, June 7, 2002
  Air Force Officer Suspended for Criticizing Bush By Reuters | New York Times 4 June, 2002