The 9/11 crime and cover-up would not have been possible if high-ranking generals in the U.S. military were not informed about the attacks ahead of time and rewarded for their participation in that unforgivable act of treason against the American people and the United States of America. So, while the Bush administration is definitely to blame for the 9/11 attacks, as well as the intelligence agencies of other U.S. allies, particularly Israel’s Mossad, we shouldn’t overlook the involvement of certain men in the U.S. military.
Traitors in the ranks of the U.S. military probably played the most crucial role in the September 11 attacks because special military coordination, military knowledge, and military skill were required to execute such a large-scale operation. A group of in-the-know generals in the U.S. military selfishly advanced their own careers by assisting in the murder of Americans and later covered-up the crime. They took advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity instead of exposing the traitorous plans to strike New York and Washington to the American people. A special place in hell is reserved for these dishonorable and immoral dogs of war.
The corruption of the U.S. military shouldn’t be shocking to anyone. Corruption and deceit is part of most national standing armies. Egypt’s military is notoriously corrupt, so is Russia’s military, and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards has been accused of profiting immensely from sanctions. The point is that a large military is a threat to individual liberty and true national defense. Thomas Jefferson famously opposed standing armies, and supported citizen militias who could be called up at any time the country was under attack. But Jefferson’s wise advice was ignored. Rather than depending on brave and virtuous citizens armed with weapons to protect their freedoms and defend their land, America and most nations depend on corrupt and godless standing armies for their defense – armies which consist of millions of slaves who are sent by their evil government masters to fight meaningless and profit-driven wars. The military is “a living monument to tyranny,” said the German poet Heinrich von Kleist.