It was in 1961 that U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower told Americans the net spending of the U.S. military was more than the combined income of all U.S. corporations combined, and warned against the crushing and overwhelming forces of the “military-industrial complex.”
Against that backdrop, we have the events of September, 2001. The entire American military-industrial complex was overturned on that day. What mastermind carried out the attack? What stupendous resources did they have at their disposal? How did they disable NORAD, the U.S. Air Force, and the combined resources of General Motors, Ford Motors, and Chrysler, etc?
Thanks to the U.S. Government, which released the sworn confession of one of its prisoners at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, we now have the answer to these questions. As reported in the Toronto Star and Car Advertiser (etc.), the “mastermind” was one Khalid Sheikh Muhammed.
Sheikh Mohammed: “I was responsible for 9/11 from A to Z.”
Although we have not seen the “signed confession,” we assume Sheikh Muhammed is also responsible for the fact that at the BBC, on September 11 2001, a reporter on live TV announced the collapse of the 47-storey WTC-7 approximately 26 minutes before the event.
What a smooth operator.