Tuesday, September 11, 2007

September 11 Attacks: Suspected Self-aggression

September 11 Attacks: Suspected Self-aggression

Washington, Sep 9 (Prensa Latina)

The US government is somehow involved in the attacks on the September 11, 2001, El Diario-La Prensa daily reads in an editorial, based on suspicions by thousands of US nationals.

According to Zogby polling firm, 51 percent of US nationals believe Bush and his Vice President Richard Cheney orchestrated a self-aggression to justify militarism in the last years.

Journalist Luis Barrios says in his weekly column that Osama bin Laden may possibly work for intelligence services subordinated to the White House, which he benefits with each appearance.

Barrios added that every statement by Osama favours the US president, either to join forces over his alleged anti-terror fight, or defend the extension of troops in Iraq.

Yesterday, Bush made good use of Osama's latest recoding to stress it is necessary to maintain the Pentagon troops in the Arab nation and Afghanistan as guarantors of the US safety.


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