Jon Gold Jumps Shark, Cites 9/11 Commission Report as Credible Source

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The controlled demolition of 911blogger continues!  Supporting Sibel Edmond's claims that Osama bin Laden worked for the CIA, and insinuating that this means that the CIA had him carry out the 9/11 attacks with his Jihadi minions (from a secret complex carved into a mountain no doubt), Gold cites a segment of the "Complete 9/11 Timeline" that contains nothing but dubiously sourced claims about bin Laden's apparent foreknowledge.  Jon Gold sure seems to have it in for Arabs and Muslims, eh what?

 

  

Here's the biggest indicator of his possible involvement...

Or at least knowledge of the attacks that you never hear about...

http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=asummer01binladenspeech#a...

And the reason you probably never hear about it is because that is based on the "prison interrogations of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed."



Do these people deserve to know how and why their loved ones were murdered? Do we deserve to know how and why 9/11 happened?

 

Summer 2001: Bin Laden Speech Mentions 20 Martyrs in Upcoming Attack; Other Hints of Attack Spread Widely

Word begins to spread within al-Qaeda that an attack against the US is imminent, according to later prison interrogations of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. Many within al-Qaeda are aware that Mohammed has been preparing operatives to go to the US. Additionally, bin Laden makes several remarks hinting at an upcoming attack, spawning rumors throughout Muslim extremist circles worldwide.
bullet In a recorded speech at the Al Farooq training camp in Afghanistan, bin Laden specifically urges trainees to pray for the success of an upcoming attack involving 20 martyrs. [9/11 Commission, 6/16/2004]
bullet Members of the “Lackawanna Six” see bin Laden give a recorded speech at the Al Farooq camp in which he urges trainees to pray for 40 en route on a very important mission. It is not known if this is the same as the other Al Farooq speech or a separate one (see (June 2001)).
bullet A bin Laden bodyguard later will claim that in May 2001 or earlier in the year he heard bin Laden tell people in Afghanistan that the US would be hit with an attack, and thousands would die (see Early 2001). [Guardian, 11/28/2002]
bullet In mid-June 2001, bin Laden tells training camp trainees there will be an attack in the near future. US intelligence soon learns of this (see Mid-June 2001).
There are other indications that knowledge of the attacks spreads in Afghanistan. The Daily Telegraph later reports that “the idea of an attack on a skyscraper [is] discussed among [bin Laden’s] supporters in Kabul.” At some unspecified point before 9/11, a neighbor in Kabul sees diagrams showing a skyscraper attack in a house known as a “nerve center” for al-Qaeda activity. [Daily Telegraph, 11/16/2001] US soldiers will later find forged visas, altered passports, listings of Florida flight schools and registration papers for a flight simulator in al-Qaeda houses in Afghanistan. [New York Times, 12/6/2001]

Entity Tags: Al Farooq training camp, Al-Qaeda, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, Osama bin Laden

Timeline Tags: Complete 911 Timeline, 9/11 Timeline