17 Unanswered Questions on the 17th Anniversary of 9/11

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ByMakia Freeman | Source Waking Times

As the 911 17th anniversary approaches, it is worth casting our minds back to that “catastrophic and catalyzing event”, that new Pearl Harbor (in the words of the PNAC neocons), which has cemented the false idea of a War on Terror into the public mind.

More and more researchers and facts have emerged since the first few years after the event. Thanks to the work of people like Dr. Judy Wood and Rebekah Roth, we now have a very good idea of the how and who behind the biggest false flag attack in world history.

Below are 17 unanswered questions designed to briefly reacquaint you with the shocking anomalies, inconsistencies and holes in the official narrative during this 911 17th anniversary.

1. If Osama bin Laden was the mastermind of 9/11, why was he never formally charged with the crime?


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WATERGATE WAS PEDOGATE — Pedophiles Down Under

The Watergate break-in was strictly based on one thing – the pedophile records that were being kept at the Democratic National Headquarters. – Det. James Rothstein, NYPD, Retired In October 2016, I presented at a Trauma and Dissociation conference in Seattle, USA. Following my talk, one attendee approached me in the hotel lobby where my […]

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Fight terrorism, don’t exploit immigrants

PM Trudeau needs to apologize.

In My Opinion


Dear Prime Minister,

You need to apologies to all Canadians of Greek, Portuguese and Italian origin. You compared them not to the Muslim immigrant, for which we all have respect and admiration, but to terrorists. The question you were asked in Edmonton was about the ISIS terrorists and what your government does to make sure that those criminals will not infiltrate Canada.

You decided not to answer a specific question about terrorism but preferred to go into the generic topic of immigration, something that is completely different. It is a shame that you used the latter being unable to answer the question about the former.

However, since you want to talk about Italians and discrimination in Canada, I must agree with you. They were discriminated by many political organizations, including the Liberal Party.

I remind you that during the Second World War 3,000…

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