WAYNE MADSEN REPORT
This book, for the first time, suggests that both Israel and Saudi Arabia were intimately involved in planning and carrying out the 9/11 attack on the United States. Both countries, while seemingly enemies, have been longtime secret allies. They share a number of common enemies, including Iran, Shi'a Islam, pan-Arab nationalism, Hezbollah, and the Muslim Brotherhood. Their intelligence chiefs often meet and conspire in utmost secrecy. The Saudis and Israelis had the motive and the means to cooperate in launching a "false flag" terrorist attack on the United States in order to plunge America into endless conflicts to bolster the positions of Israel and Saudi Arabia. This book tells that story.
August 2014: New WMR Special Report: SUSPICIOUS DEATHS: COINCIDENCES OR CONSPIRACIES? Washington Investigative Reporter Wayne Madsen on the Trail of the Bushes and their Murderous Accomplices
New WMR Special Studies Report: Europe's New Political Landscape. Free to WMR members.
Watch Unthinkable: An Airline Captain's Story , largely based on WMR's reports on the "suicide" of 9/11 author and retired commercial airline pilot Phil Marshall.
You will not be disappoin ted!
". there are certainly enough oddities in the incident it ['Unthinkable'] tries to dramatize to have made for a decent conspiracy theory film.Randall Paul portrays the main character, who for the film is renamed Marshall Philips. Dennis Fitzpatrick is the investigative journalist who is suspicious of official explanations (Wayne Madsen, also renamed). The film is subtitled 'An Airline Captain’s Story' because Mr. Marshall was once a pilot, an experience that made him skeptical of the accepted version of the Sept. 11 attacks. - Neil Genzlinger, Movie Critic, New York Times. April 10, 2014.
New book: The Betrayal of the Scorpion and Poet. Discover the cover-up of the sinking of two U.S. ships during the Cold War: the USS Scorpion. a nuclear-powered submarine. and the SS Poet. a U.S.-flagged Merchant Marine vessel. This is a tale of plausible deniability, expendable U.S. servicemen, and, in the case of the Poet. treason and murder. Make this a "must read" for the upcoming Memorial Day & Independence Day observances. And remember Father's Day.
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