If you do not smell a rat there is something up with your nose. Undoubtedly there is a rat in this mess, and the only real problem is that we don’t know for sure what it is yet.
Since September 11 (2001) a development in racism has taken place across Europe. Reported incidents of racist abuse have shifted from the identification of the victim’s skin colour or their perceived country of origin to an identification of their religion.
However much we adhere to the established truth – or the narrative – of 11 September 2001 there are some elements of these events that call into question the entire house of cards. In no way will it be suggested here that “the Jews,” “Zionists,” or even the US secret services were behind the attacks.
On the day Al-Qaeda hit the Pentagon Iraq was already firmly in the sights of the Bush Administration as a foreign policy priority. It is with this geopolitical reality in mind that we must consider the words of Paul Wolfowitz in his PBS interview with Margaret Warner on 14 September 2001...
We the People put it that US foreign policy with regard to the Middle East has followed a policy doctrine that has sought to destabilise governments in the region to assist in their replacement with puppet regimes under the control of the United States. We charge US foreign policy and US foreign policy makers with wilfully causing the deaths of millions across the Middle East and around the world in its global war on terror.