uring his speech Friday in which the President
argued for the gutting of the Geneva convention and the legal
classification of torture, Bush made a strange comment about
explosives and their placement in U.S. buildings. Was this a
tacit admission of 9/11 controlled demolition?
Here's the quote in full from the
White House website .
"For example, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed described
the design of planned attacks of buildings inside the U.S. and
how operatives were directed to carry them out."
"That is valuable information for those of us
who have the responsibility to protect the American people. He
told us the operatives had been instructed to ensure that the
explosives went off at a high -- a point that was high enough to
prevent people trapped above from escaping."
Click here for the audio.
The onset of both towers' collapse began at high
points in the buildings. Is Bush implying planted incendiary
devices were responsible for their destruction?
Comments on the meaning of what Bush said varied
on the 911 Blogger
"There is no way to spin this around to say,
"yeah, we knew all along that there were explosives in those
buildings." But I'd sure like to see him try it! Imagine all the
left gatekeepers who have openly scoffed at the "bombs brought
down the towers" theory, suddenly trying to come back around to
support the new government spin!"
"I think Bush is being set up to take the fall
for 911," writes one, fearing Bush will be used as a higher
level patsy to placate the burgeoning 9/11 truth movement.