For several years there has been a vocal minority in Congress calling for the release of the missing 28 pages of the 9/11 report. (For those who may not know, 28 pages of the 9/11 report were withheld from the public because some in the government deemed them to be a threat to national security.) Some of the most liberal and the most conservative politicians in D.C. have demanded that the pages be released so that the American people can FINALLY have a full picture of what took place on 9/11. In recent days some of the classified information has seemingly begun to leak out from D.C., in concert with recent developments from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia… and it does not paint a good picture of our favored Middle Eastern “allies.”
Adrian Wylie is a Florida Libertarian who recently ran for Governor and has been actively fighting to defend the Constitution for years. He recently spoke out about the connection between the Saudis and9/11.
As I and many others have long speculated, the missing 28 pages of the 9/11 Report appear to implicate the Saudi government, or at least some members of the Saud royal family.
It’s become clear that our government lied to us to protect the Saudis. We went to war with the wrong people. Instead of Afghanistan, we should have attacked Riyadh.
Why did Bush and company harbor the Saudis, and provide aid and comfort to our actual enemy? The most obvious and plausible answer is to protect the PetroDollar, and ensure that OPEC continued to sell oil only in US Dollars.
To fully understand this, you have to first understand that our currency and financial system is a giant house of cards, and the PetroDollar is the card in the middle of the bottom row. Every nation needs oil. To buy oil, they first need use their currency to buy Dollars. Because of oil, Dollars are always in demand, and that keeps the Dollar valuable.
Protecting the relationship between oil and dollars was the real reason we overthrew Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi. It is the reason that other nations still see the USD as a safe harbor, despite our massive debt and inflationary policies. It is one of the few reasons that the paper in your wallet still has any value.
With this revelation, all that could end.
Exposing the Saudis could remove that bottom card, and bring our debt-based, fiat currency system crashing down. Exposing this one truth could completely unravel a 100-year-old web of lies about our monetary system.
It will be extremely painful. Healing a deep wound always is. But, it could also make us stronger. When we are forced to rebuild our currency, maybe we’ll use a better material than paper…backed by lies.