Action, and Action Now
Action, and Action Now
9/11 Memorial Service, WTC, Lower Manhattan, New York, September 11, 2011. [flickr/kapkap]
There is a far-reaching shift in the mood of New Yorkers, with potentially great consequences; greater than anyone yet knows. They are no longer willing to tolerate the Saudis who carried out the September 11, 2001 attack on Manhattan. They are no longer willing to tolerate the British Royals who gave the orders to the Saudis to stage that bloody attack.
That is not to say that this shift represents a permanent state of affairs; by no means. It represents a potential which you and people like you can use immediately, now, by firm and immediate action today, which can trigger a process to end the national nightmare of the recent almost four Presidential terms of George W. Bush and Obama.
Otherwise, if you fail to act now, we will see an explosive counter-reaction from Obama and the FBI.
This shift of mood is the meaning of the outcry for the release of the suppressed 28 pages of the original Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11, the pages which document the responsibility of the Anglo-Saudi monarchy for 9/11. (Similarly, the motion behind the JASTA Bill which would allow the 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia.) But that is by no means the end of it. Obama has not only refused to release the 28 pages as he has repeatedly promised to do; he has employed active deception, along with the FBI, to shield the Saudi-British responsibility.
Obama has made himself accessory after the fact to a felony, defined as:
“Someone who assists another 1) who has committed a felony, 2) after the person has committed the felony, 3) with knowledge that the person committed the felony, and 4) with the intent to help the person avoid arrest or punishment.” [Wex Legal Dictionary].
Obama must not only be removed from the Presidency; he must be prosecuted and imprisoned.
What would be the price of failure to act? Since 9/11, complicit Presidents (so-called) have been launching the U.S. into wars based on lies, as Bush-Cheney launched the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, and Obama the Libya and Syria wars. Now, hundreds of thousands have died in these wars, and floods of desperate refugees have created a dramatic crisis in Europe. But the worst is to come, if you let it come: war with other nuclear powers. Obama is deliberately provoking Russia towards war by moving troops, warships and planes right up to its borders, ever more intensively. Still more shamelessly, after concentrating huge navel forces against China, Obama has deliberately invaded its waters with US ships and planes, and dared China to respond,– while promising more such invasions in the future.
Even American experts like former Defense Secretary William Perry, are saying the situation is the most dangerous since Missile Crisis of 1962. But we do not have a Jack Kennedy in the White House this time; far from it.
What we need now, is not the assurance that, “Yes, I’m with you.” That is useless now. We need ironclad commitment, which means action now, today. Tomorrow may be too late.