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PUTIN: 9/11 was not inside job

Now we know…or do we???

Oliver Stone and Vladimir Putin discussed the September 11th attacks during a series of interviews which recently aired in the US.

While most people in the US no longer believe the official story of how the towers collapsed on 9/11, man more have posited theories on how and why officials from within the US deep state helped to orchestrate the attacks.

Vladimir Putin responded to the theories in the following way, in the midst of a wider discussion on the NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden,

“I don’t believe that (the US side planned to stick US whistle-blower Edward Snowden in Russia to call him a traitor). Nor do I believe that the American intelligence services were the ones to organise the terrorist attacks in New York”.

So there you have it…unless Putin was simply being diplomatic?

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Zchnetterhorn
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Zchnetterhorn

Doesn’t exclude i side job

Zchnetterhorn
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Zchnetterhorn

Doesn’t exclude insider job

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

He doesn’t exclude the idea of an inside job. He just says he doesn’t believe it was the Intelligence services who organised it. The statement leaves the field wide open.

regvernon .
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regvernon .

An FBI field officer drew attention to the group taking flying lessons. His report was not acted on. This suggests that at the highest levels of the FBI there may have been both knowledge of the plans and complicity.

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

Indeed. True. But they could have been acting under orders. What V. Putin said was that he didn’t believe they organised it. I have no doubt that certain elements in the Corridors of Power in US probably acting in collusion with Saudi Arabia, were involved in making it happen. Ultimately many people were dragged in down the line I imagine. Certainly there have been huge amounts of input from flight specialists regarding the impossibility of flying in a tight curve so low, of many many issues, which are enough to convince that the whole thing was some sort of set… Read more »

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

Cui Bono?
Israel.

regvernon .
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regvernon .

You don’t know that. You are speculating, probably because of the ‘dancing Israelis.’ Judging by the Stock Market trades in advance of the event, a lot of people knew something was going to happen so Cui Bono applies more widely than might be thought. One thing is certain for sure, Israel does not have the ability to deploy the kind of directed weapons technology that turned the Twin Towers to microscopic dust in mid air so whatever the involvement of Israelis (as opposed to Israel) I prefer to think that if any such were involved it was on the role… Read more »

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

There was a great deal more jewish involvement than merely a few “dancing Israelis”.
Perhaps you should investigate the situation a little more thoroughly than you have done.

regvernon .
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regvernon .

Oh yes? And where, pray, should I look? And Jewish involvement means what in your book?

Tim Webb
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Tim Webb

Jewish involvement, in my and anybody else’s book, means that jews organized, committed, filmed, and benefited from, the events of that day.
There are many places where you could begin your investigation into the truth; but how about researching the jewish “art students” who described on jew TV how they had been in the US to observe and record the events as they unfolded.

Anne Felippe
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Anne Felippe

Dont forget israel’s complicity

Bessarabyn
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Bessarabyn

yes ; his term was “to organise ” . Read. It was organised by foreign agencies , Mossad … and U$ agencies told to turn blind eyes at certain defined (organised) times and locations .

Natylie Baldwin
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I vote for being diplomatic. It makes one wonder why he would even mention it at all since that wasn’t the question. It wouldn’t be in Putin’s interest to be the one to say that it was. 19 hijackers didn’t defy physics and make the buildings come down at free fall speed in their own footprints by driving airplanes into them. Those guys didn’t wire the buildings for demolition. Nor did they have anything to do with NORAD standing down when not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 or 5 planes go off course over major American cities, including… Read more »

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

And I agree – the official story is clearly utter balderdash. I just emphasis that V.V. said he did not “believe” [i.e. he isn’t claiming he has any evidence of any sort] that the intelligence agencies “organised” the atrocity. This leaves the entire field of [a] who did and [b] at what point they were involved, wide open, is all I am saying. Agree also – it’s not clear exactly why he mentioned it, however, bringing subjects into an answer that seems tangential is something Putin does a lot. Whether he is thinking aloud, rambling in one direction while thinking… Read more »

Natylie Baldwin
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Good to hear from you, Isabella. I thought I heard a while back that you were actually living in Russia. Hope all is well. I just was there for 2 weeks (Moscow and St Petersburg). Would love to go back again and just stay in St. Petersburg for about 10 days. Love that city – so beautiful.

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

Hi Natylie – thanks for your good wishes. Yes, I am currently living in Russia but in Vladivostok. Whilst it has it’s points of interest, my overriding desire is to make it to Moscow and St. Petersberg. However, much depends on how events unfold, because – as you would well know – for we visitors, everything depends on the elusive Visa !! I’d love to be able to stay and live and work there for at least a year, if not longer however, … could be difficult. It’s interesting getting the “other take” from the things you read both in… Read more »

Natylie Baldwin
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That sounds great. As I recall, Vladivistok is the 3rd largest city after Moscow and St. Pete. Good to hear what it’s like from your stay there. From what I’ve heard from people who have experience with it, it’s very difficult for most westerners to get a visa for more than 3 months at a time and most expatriates have to travel to Finland for a few days and come back in. You can stay for 3 months and then have to leave and come back. It sounds like a pain but a fair number of people do it. Good… Read more »

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

Well, there are visa’s for longer than 3 months – not tourist ones’ though. You can get a work visa for a year if you can get a contract plus letter of invitation. a student visa ditto but that’s about all. I’m investigating soon the 3 yr “Temporary” visa, but what it’s restrictions are I dont know. They all have restrictions, in that the Work Visa requires you to apply for the first time to a Russian Embassy in your “home” country which makes a few issues, and on it goes. You can renew it by crossing the border every… Read more »

DarkEyes
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DarkEyes

And, Isabella, is the knowledge of the language of the land a condition for a work-visa for let’s say one year?

Isabella Jones
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Isabella Jones

No DarkEyes, it isn’t. You need knowledge of the language for Government jobs, but not for an ordinary Work Visa, no. Just the letter of invitation and your work contract. I am planning to make a visit to the Dept. Immigration early next month, to dig deeper into the 3 yr Temp. Res. Visa, and will happily let anyone who wants know what I discover.

DarkEyes
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DarkEyes

Thank you, Isabella. Yes, please.

Aleksandar Tomić
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Aleksandar Tomić

The statue itself is the proof it was an inside job. Jet fuel, melting, steel beams… 😉

Le Ruscino
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Le Ruscino

Putin is smart as he has to say this because he knows the Yanks are on a terrible hook until the crash & burn of their economy.

The Global War of Terror has failed to save the American economy just as the intended war with Russia & the current attempt to start a war with China.

No War = Curtains for the US – unless Trump can get Americans back to work ?

Penrose
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Penrose

Who wants to tell all of those grieving American parents that their children were killed or maimed in the Middle East for an ignoble purpose.

Le Ruscino
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Le Ruscino

There’s 200 Million dead in the last century for exactly the same purpose if truth be told – that a lot of grieving parents of which very few were American.

Henrik
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Henrik

That’s if you don’t count the ones who have lost their lives in both world wars and other conflicts,to save the world

DarkEyes
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DarkEyes

To save the world? Of what?

Penrose
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Penrose

A program for America:
1) Cut the military budget by 80% and bring the troops home.
2) Put the above cuts into rebuilding infrastructure.
3) Build a nationwide modern train system.
4) Get rid of the Federal Reserve debt money system and assign interest free money creation to the government.

Phillip Kokesh
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Phillip Kokesh

no, he was being most precise in his wording; the folks controlling the intelligence services are the culprits… 😉

Dennis Morrisseau
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OK, Who then?…….There was huge Israeli involvement we know.

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Doug Brown
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Doug Brown

Whatever. Those buildings came down in their own footprint and only controlled demolition is capable of achieving such precision. No one was charged for this crime. The people responsible are still free.
It’s a smelly rotting affair and make no mistake.

ignasi
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ignasi

He says were not of intelligence
Because it is the government that moves all the threads of the damn lie

CumExApostolatus
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CumExApostolatus

Mr. Putin is wily coyote.

M Green
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M Green

I just finished watching all four hours of the Putin Interviews and I do not believe that Putin makes this statement about 9/11. I vividly recall him stating that it was not the plan of the US intelligence services to strand Snowden in Russia. Putin then quipped, “They’re not that clever,” but did not follow it up with any comment on 9/11, let alone the one given here. I have written a good deal about 9/11 and if Putin had said this I would not have missed it. If I am mistaken, perhaps the author or one of the commentators… Read more »

667..neighbor of the beast
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667..neighbor of the beast

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Russia is ready to help step up efforts to combat terror, saying only joint efforts can produce results.
“Russia was among the first countries to face the dangers inherent in global terrorism, and unfortunately knows what al Qaeda is …not from hearsay,” the Kremlin said. “Retribution will inevitably reach all terrorists.”

667..neighbor of the beast
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