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9/11 Unanswered Questions: Mysterious September 11, 2001 Breakfast Meeting on Capitol Hill

• MICHEL CHOSSUDOVSKY

While the Joint inquiry (under the helm of Bob Graham and Porter Goss) had collected mountains of intelligence material, through careful omission, the numerous press and intelligence reports in the public domain (mainstream media, alternative media, etc), which confirm that key members of the Bush Administration were involved in acts of political camouflage, were carefully removed from the Joint inquiry's hearings.

In retrospect, the mission of Porter Goss and Bob Graham to Pakistan in late August 2001 (which was documented in my earlier writings) was part of the preparation of the propaganda campaign, with a view to sustaining the official narrative, i.e.  "Al Qaeda was  behind the conspiracy to bring down the WTC towers, Muslims did it", etc., which essentially sustains the official 9/11 narrative.  

The following text published by Global Research in 2002 provides details on the breakfast meeting hosted by Sen Bob Graham and Rep. Porter Goss on the morning of September 11.

-Michel Chossudovsky, September 5, 2023

Mysterious September 11, 2001 Breakfast Meeting on Capitol Hill

Was it an 'intelligence failure' to give red carpet treatment to the [alleged] 'money man' behind the 9-11 terrorists, or was it simply 'routine'?

On the morning of September 11, Pakistan's Chief Spy General Mahmoud Ahmad, the alleged "money-man" behind the 9-11 hijackers, was at  a breakfast meeting on Capitol Hill hosted by Senator Bob Graham and Rep. Porter Goss, the chairmen of the Senate and House Intelligence committees:

"When the news [of the attacks on the World Trade Center] came, the two Florida lawmakers who lead the House and Senate intelligence committees were having breakfast with the head of the Pakistani intelligence service. Rep. Porter Goss, R-Sanibel, Sen. Bob Graham and other members of the House Intelligence Committee were talking about terrorism issues with the Pakistani official when a member of Goss' staff handed a note to Goss, who handed it to Graham. "We were talking about terrorism, specifically terrorism generated from Afghanistan," Graham said.


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