Gen. Daniel Bolger: “We need hearings on 9/11, wars”

The real reason the US lost, Gen. Bolger admits, is that we had no good answer to the basic question: Who is the enemy?

Gen. Daniel P. Bolger, author of Why We Lost

Gen. Daniel P. Bolger, author of Why We Lost

By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

US Army General Daniel Bolger, a leading commander in Iraq and Afghanistan, has called for hearings on 9/11 and the 9/11 wars.

During an exclusive interview with Truth Jihad Radio, I asked Gen. Bolger whether we needed a new investigation of 9/11 in light of the fact that much of the world, including 80% of Muslims, believe it was a false-flag inside job.

Gen. Bolger replied:

“We need to have public hearings sort of like the 9/11 Commission, for our own people first, for Americans! I mean, you’re American. Wouldn’t you like to know – wouldn’t you like to see not just me, but other people like me, come into a public forum and answer the kind of questions you’re asking me today?”

Indeed I would, I replied – especially if people like Dick Cheney are forced to give their answers under oath. Any half-decent local DA could smash Cheney’s conflicting accounts of what he was doing on 9/11 into pieces in about five minutes.

Gen. Bolger deserves credit for his willingness to engage in serious dialogue with a 9/11 skeptic. And he deserves even more credit for calling for Congressional hearings at which the neocon architects of the 9/11 wars, as well as the military officers who fought those wars, could be grilled under oath.

Though not every US leader is brave enough to say so, the 9/11 wars were a disaster. America’s economy, reputation, and Constitution are all in shambles. Maybe it’s time to go back and figure out where it all went wrong?

Gen. Daniel Bolger makes a good start in his new book Why We Lost: A General’s Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. The book begins: “I am a US Army General and I lost the Global War on Terrorism. It’s like Alcoholics Anonymous; step one is admitting you have a problem. Well, I have a problem. So do my peers. And thanks to our problem, now all of America now has a problem, to wit: two lost campaigns and a war gone awry.”

Though Gen. Bolger doesn’t quite come right out and say so, I think he understands that the war “went awry” from the very beginning. The whole idea of invading, occupying, and nation-building Afghanistan and Iraq as a response to the dubious events of 9/11 – which clearly had nothing to do with the governments of Afghanistan and Iraq – never made any sense.

From his perspective, it would have been much more sensible to overthrow the Taliban and/or Saddam Hussein and then quit while we were ahead, leaving the people of Afghanistan and Iraq in control of their own destinies. If we really wanted to occupy and nation-build in those countries, he says, we would have had to basically announce that we were staying there forever and turn them into “the 51st and 52nd states.”

Somehow I’m not sure that Americans, much less the people of Iraq and Afghanistan, will ever be quite ready for that.

Why We Lost is a terrific account of Gen. Bolger’s painful experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan, where he fought beside US troops on the front lines and also participated in meetings of top military decision makers. Its only major flaw is its failure to explore alternative explanations of what the US was really doing in the 9/11 wars.

The real reason the US lost, Gen. Bolger admits, is that we had no good answer to the basic question: Who is the enemy? Terrorism, the General admits, is not a realistic enemy. The notion of fighting terrorism, a military tactic consisting of attacking civilians to inspire fear, makes no sense. Instead, he suggests, we should have framed the enemy as “anti-Western Islamists and the ramshackle, quasi-fascist Middle East states that enabled them” (xiv).

But this answer, too, makes no sense. Saddam Hussein was no Islamist. In fact, he ruthlessly suppressed Islamists. The British government has done far more to “enable” Islamists than Saddam’s Iraq ever did. So, for that matter, has the American government. Both the US and Britain have allowed Saudi money to finance some of the most virulent Wahhabi strands of anti-Western “Islamism” inside the West. The CIA even uses “Islamist” fighters to run drugs and attack Russia, and has been doing so ever since the US-supported Afghan jihad of 1979. More recently, they’ve used “Islamists” to destroy Libya and attack Syria and Iraq.

So it’s silly to frame “Islamism” as the enemy. Secular anti-imperialists and anti-Zionists are just as likely to attack Western targets as “Islamist” ones are. The vast majority of the people of the Middle East, whatever their degree of religiosity, are anti-Western in the sense that they oppose Zionism and imperialism. Indeed, the backbone of the Iraqi resistance against US occupation consisted of secularist Saddam Hussein loyalists.

Additionally, many “Islamists” are “anti-Western” mainly in the sense that they don’t like pornography, alcohol, sexualized advertising, usury, and other manifestations of Western decadence. But relatively few “Islamists” hate democracy. Both the leading force of Shi’a Islamism, the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the less-successful, less-savvy but still leading force of Sunni Islamism, the Muslim Brotherhood, are very strongly pro-democracy.

In fact, Islamists (meaning Islamic political activists) generally LOVE democracy! It is the secular dictators and secular ruling classes in Muslim-majority countries who hate democracy, because they know democracy empowers Islam. The Shah, a secularist, hated democracy, while the Islamic Republic that overthrew him is the most democratic nation in the Middle East. The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood loves democracy because it elected President Morsi, while the Jewish-secularist fuhrer al-Sisi has destroyed Egyptian democracy so he and his secularist cronies can continue to loot the country. In Algeria, French-supported secularist thugs crushed the nascent Islamic democracy circa 1990. And on and on it goes.

By 2014, with the US fleeing both Iraq and Afghanistan with its red-white-and-blue tail between its legs, Gen. Bolger writes: “Behind it all, the old question hovered, rarely asked aloud: Who was the enemy? Al-Qaeda. The Taliban. The green-on-blue turncoats. Karzai. The Pashtuns. The Pakistanis. Everyone. It was past time to go.”

And that was the problem. Everyone WAS the enemy. When you invade and occupy someone else’s country, everybody in that country, plus anyone else on earth with a functioning conscience, an active heart and mind, and a shred of integrity, decides that YOU are the enemy.

We have met the enemy and he is us.



America’s tragic flaw, in General Bolger’s view, was “a distinct lack of humility” (431).  US leaders thought that because they could quickly and easily overthrow the governments of Afghanistan and Iraq, they could be equally successful in imposing their wills in a longer-term occupy-and-nation-build operation. After all, doesn’t the whole world want to be just like us?

To call this line of thinking “lack of humility” is an understatement. Satanic arrogance would be more accurate.

I would add that US decision makers lacked empathy as well as humility: They were unable to grasp how their opponents thought and felt. “We didn’t know our enemy,” Gen. Bolger says. Perhaps the unwillingness to walk a mile in the enemy’s boots was due to an unconscious realization that the enemy was right and we were wrong. If we try to see things from the perspective of people fighting to liberate their countries from occupation, we might realize that those people are the heroes…and we are the villains.

whywelostAn alternative subtitle might have been appropriate: Why We Lost…And Deserved to Lose.

Gen. Bolger describes how occupying troops and occupied trainees had to pretend to be friends…until the occupied trainees would occasionally “express their real feelings” (403) by suddenly killing their US trainers. These “green on blue” attacks, like the fraggings of overly-zealous commanders in Vietnam, sapped morale and exposed the bogus basis of the war.

When someone says “I am from the US government and I am here to help you” even Americans roll their eyes. So imagine how people of countries occupied by US troops feel about the “help” they’re supposedly getting from the foreign soldiers who have slaughtered so many of their countrymen.

Handed such a rotten mission by the criminals who launched the 9/11 wars, Gen. Bolger and most other US soldiers seem to have served according to their sense of honor and duty, given their flawed understanding of what was going on. Why We Lost evocatively describes the sights, sounds, and smells of what it was like to be a soldier in these godforsaken wars, and paints a picture of mostly-decent young men and women trying to serve their county as best they can. It reveals that there is something heroic – flawed, to be sure, but still heroic – in doing your best for a bad cause that you don’t really understand. (I suppose the same could be said about some Islamic State fighters too.)

But ignorance as an excuse can only get you so far. The bottom line is that these young American men and women fought, killed, and died for a monstrous lie. That is the real reason Why We Lost.

Gen. Bolger’s book takes the official version of 9/11 as axiomatic. It completely ignores the real elephant in the living room: the Zionist role in US mideast policy in general and in 9/11 and the 9/11 wars in particular. Most VT readers will find these lacunae annoying.

But despite its inevitable shortcomings, Why We Lost is a terrific (though painful) read. More importantly, it could be a substantial force for good in the world. By facing up to a fair bit of a very unpleasant reality, General Daniel P. Bolger has courageously opened the door for a critical re-examination of America’s most recent – and perhaps most disastrous – wars. By reading his book, heeding his words, and ultimately facing the full truth about this horrendous chapter in our history – including the 9/11 big lie that launched the whole sorry episode – Americans may still have a chance to heal and save their country.

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46 Responses to "Gen. Daniel Bolger: “We need hearings on 9/11, wars”"

  1. jones  November 24, 2014 at 9:55 pm

    Hum, I wouldn’t count on “mass arrests”–what with all the itchy gunslingers on the loose. And as for “executions”–I believe there must come a time in the evolution of human consciousness where banishment for crimes against humanity can serve to protect society as well as allow perpetrators an opportunity to evolve. An undersea or off planet facility might do quite well. Yes, that slime Dick Cheney drives me crazy! But what I want most for Dick Cheney is that his heart will be broken, like mine, and he will step onto the path of awakening to truth of what it IS to be human.

    • davidgordon  November 28, 2014 at 4:42 pm

      There is no way to proceed that will succeed involving violence. The govermob has all the money, most of the weapons and all of the idiots working for them. After long consideration – I must suggest a reconciliation and amnesty based upon house arrest as the maximum sentence for those perpetrators who will cease immediately all criminal, unconstitutional, fraudulent and treasonable acts.

      They must begin writing down a confession and description of every prosecutable crime for which they ask amnesty. They must retire from public life and not leave their home upon threat of death. Their complete confessions will be published transparently on the internet. They can have access to news channels and molder away while they watch the world around them blossom. That would be their ultimate punishment.

    • davidgordon  November 28, 2014 at 4:43 pm

      Further, I suggest that ALL criminal activity be offered amnesty including murder, rape and even pedophilia cases. It sickens me to write that, but it is the only deal that will achieve a general surrender without firing a shot. Humanity can then wipe its collective ass of the blood-sucking parasites of history. It will be the grandest act of forgiveness ever as well – and we can move on.

      Those who fail to desist by January 1, 2015 will be thereafter prosecuted through common law people’s courts. Don’t confuse the perps as representing any given religion. We prosecute through based on demonstrated culpability and evidentiary proof before a grand jury. Any aggrieved party

  2. moneytalks  November 24, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    Patton had a vitally important support component that our generals today do not have — the draft . Most ww2 veterans were draftees . But it would not matter since the ziojews would assassinate the next Patton also given the current circumstances .

  3. John Simpson  November 23, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    Bolger might be avoiding the Zionist issue for the same reason Alex Jones might. You can’t get any truth out if you’re dead. Leading the horse to the gate is relatively safe and a smart horse can smell the water from there. Open your nostrils people.

    • Lasher  November 24, 2014 at 8:19 am

      Nor can you get the truth out if you are too cowardly to speak it. The problem is that too many people are just too downright afraid to say the Zionist money lords are the cause of all the major troubles in the world.

    • moneytalks  November 24, 2014 at 7:28 pm

      The sheeple do not have the mental or any other wherewithal to extricate themselves from their core psychological enslavement . They must have outside help or leadership to get free in the same way as did the southern slaves with the Civil War ; and not all slaves even want to be free .

  4. 60sstreetpunk  November 23, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    John Kesich- I worked around thousands of soldiers in past 14 years- not on active duty and not a contractor – the big majority of these enlistees since 9-11 were ignorant and believed what they heard on television. I agree with you.
    Now in my mid sixties I also stayed in reserves until age 60- I was not combat arms but involved close to combat arms and other branches. We did our best to support these young men and prevent more problems than that what was already dumped on them. I knew in 2002 that the Iraq invasion would be a con job.
    The way the Towers and Pentagon were attacked seemed strange to me and more so after the explanations came out , but it took me years to believe that 9-11 was not something simple. In 2002 I knew that invading Iraq was a serious crime and would put so many at death’s door. But I was older now, not the dumb kid who went in in 1968.

  5. taosword  November 23, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    As soon as I woke up and realized that I had been had I started speaking out. And that was in Vietnam in 1968 as a grunt. Got me in trouble with the true believers. But I got out with my life and have been speaking out since. Did it take this schmuck 13 years to wake up? I doubt it. And he probably cleared this book with the Pentagon or CIA or one of those criminal organizations we are paying for. I felt sad a couple of days after the Sept. 2001 attacks because I know that the organized crime syndicate of the corporate/intel./Pentagon/NSA and others would whip up the young to go kill for God and country. What was even more sad was to hear my brother Vietnam combat vets get sucked into this again. Thank you for your service my ass. These wars only serve ignorance and greed and produce PTSD and more wars. And all those contractors that went over to Iraq and Afghanistan for $150,000+ a year who were only into making money, you are from the bottom of the barrel.Same as it ever was!

    • Paul Revere in WI  November 24, 2014 at 6:43 am

      Very well said.

      There is no reason why it should take 13 years for a military general of all people to discover his conscience and now finally speak out about the fact Iraq and Afghanistan wars were illegal and many young men were sent off to die in a foreign county for corporate greed.

      This is just another effort to avoid the Zio/Neocon/Mossad/etc. responsibility in planning and executing the monster crimes on U.S. soil that were necessary to get these wars started.

      I’ll pass on this book. I don’t need to know that are soldiers suffered great consequences in these illegal wars. I already know this by speaking to them face to face.

  6. jake gittes  November 23, 2014 at 10:19 am

    Criticism of Bolger for not coming clean about everything or realizing the criminal invasion sooner, are probably correct. But he’s said more than most in his position and it should be considered that he may have been in the dark until already embroiled in the madness, and he is parsing his words now, i.e., playing dumb not mentioning who he suspects as the real perps, as strategic. Calling for 911 hearings “to get the jews” may quench readers’ thirst for someone to tell the whole truth. Practically, it would get him nowhere. Calling for 911 hearings only may, including getting TO those real perps. He’s smart enough to know not to broadcast your entire strategy. For that, I agree and think Dr. Barrett sums it up well —

    “Gen. Bolger deserves credit for his willingness to engage in serious dialogue with a 9/11 skeptic. And he deserves even more credit for calling for Congressional hearings at which the neocon architects of the 9/11 wars, as well as the military officers who fought those wars, could be grilled under oath.”

    • moneytalks  November 24, 2014 at 7:36 pm

      Bolger can say anything he wants now because congress is getting a new propaganda weapon that can be used against the US sheeple to keep them pacified no matter what truth they may be exposed to .

  7. Joanna Mccain  November 23, 2014 at 5:10 am

    Dr Barrett,
    as always, your article is appreciated.

    Am I the only one to have a problem with
    day too late and a quater too short?!!
    gen Bolger is as guilty of all the atrocities as any person he now accuses…
    …outspoken with book to sell…
    War in Iraq has over 13 years and now he suddenly feels the need to speak up?!!

    • Joanna Mccain  November 23, 2014 at 5:17 am

      sorry, pushed wrong button…

      so now he wants investigate 9/11???
      I, as a wife, mother, working person, without any particular knowledge of anything said an hour into the attack it is concertrated effort (for lack of an interceptor planes)…
      anmd a general suddenly wakes up after 13 years with demands?!!!
      Mr Traficant is dead!!!
      and so are millions of people in ME and Afghanistan because of persons like him…
      unfudging believable!!!

    • drbhelthi  November 23, 2014 at 3:13 pm

      Not sure about that – . If Major General Bolger receives similar harrassment and suppression by the U.S. Atty Gen and affiliates as was shown Congressman Traficant, we will know that Bolger is not a puppet of the USGOV.
      MG Bolger must be on his way out of the Army, if not already retired. Authoring such a book will stop promotions and might place him on a list for serious harrassment, possibly even erasure.

    • Joanna Mccain  November 26, 2014 at 4:29 am

      very well you might be right.
      My problem with persons like gen Bolger is the timing…
      …years served and obeyed military orders to suddenly after 30 years he wants investigation of 9/11..
      why not 14 years ago?
      why not 10 years ago?…
      …5 years ago?…
      now, with his pension under his belt he plays a hero and truth seeker…don’t think so….

  8. Friar Newborg  November 23, 2014 at 3:38 am

    He is right. Let’s support him.

    In fact, I am appalled with the leadership I see.
    I watched an television program today, it was about security arrangements in Asia.
    The speaker for China (a major general, and a woman!) made sense, the Russian panel member made sense, the Indian delegate made sense, the Malaysian speaker made sense… The American delegate did not make sense. His purpose seemed to be to inflame tension.

    This man, Lyle Goldstein is a professor (Jewish and a likely Zionist.) He does not speak for me. I do not think he speaks for the majority of Americans. How did these people get in positions of such power? How can we change the leadership, and the people who project it??

    • moneytalks  November 23, 2014 at 9:50 pm

      “” How can we change the leadership, and the people who project it?? “”

      Massive revolt .

  9. Wolf gd  November 23, 2014 at 3:11 am

    Mr. Barrett, good article, thank you.
    I appreciate the General’s willingness to discuss 9/11, however – like others – I don’t see people who believe that, quote, “….. we were staying there forever and turn them into “the 51st and 52nd states”, unquote
    This guy still believes that occupying other countries is legitimate and that the US is a democracy.
    That is far off the mark…..

  10. captain obvious  November 23, 2014 at 12:58 am

    but does general danny understand the towers were friggin NUKED? WTC-7 “pulled” with explosives?
    does he understand 0-bomb-0 appointing multiple felon hillary as secretary of state was a criminal act?
    does he understand Sandy Hoax, or how Boston crisis actors were used to militarily lock down the area?
    IMHO “hey look I wrote a book” doesnt cut it, nor “go along to get along” following illegit usurpers orders.

    • Charlotte NC Bill  November 23, 2014 at 4:09 am

      You’re right…So we shouldn’t have made “terrorism” the enemy, Instead we should have made “Islamists” the enemy. “Islamists” who had NOTHING to do with 9-11. He’s still in fraud mode, covering-up for the military-industrial-Talmudic/banking axis that could “suicide” him as easily as killing a bug. His “limited hang-out” type of criticism is so far from being really helpful it’s not funny. He should sound like Jim Stone or Gordon Duff, Preston James ( at this point ). Instead he sounds more like some guy who wants to be interviewed on NPR or MSNBC ( he’s not deranged enough for Fox ).

    • Charlotte NC Bill  November 23, 2014 at 4:12 am

      Wanna do some good? Instead of Bolger’s book have people read articles like The Gods of Money, up now at The Synagogue of Satan makes “Islamists” look like unorganized children.

    • davidgordon  November 28, 2014 at 6:25 pm

      Great article – top of the awakened’s reading list. Better link http //

  11. Preston James, Ph.D  November 23, 2014 at 12:26 am

    Another blockbuster article for Dr. Barrett. This is an amazing story shows that the US Military High Command actually now understands that the 9/11/01 attack was an Inside-job, Gladio-style False-Flag attack,. This corroborates what the great American hero Dr. Alan Sabrosky stated several years ago when he said that the Military just didn’t know until he informed them and that they believed him when he explained it to them in specifics. keep this in mind our last bastion of protection from the BCC and the IZCS of the Secret Shadow Government (SSG) is our new and excellent High Military Command.

    • ManCavePatriot  November 23, 2014 at 4:45 pm

      Are you talking about the military commanders who have been purged by Obama, or the remaining ones who appear to be safe from muster? From what I’ve read, there are some sick rituals that are observed for officers achieving the rank of colonel and for special forces.

  12. Tiu  November 22, 2014 at 7:38 pm

    The Afghan and Iraq invasions, plus the continuing wars would have been simpler if the PTB were honest and stated they were for the benefit of multi-national oil and gas conglomerates who trade is US$ and to keep Russia and China from initiating any successful pipelines connecting Europe or Asia to the middle-east.
    At least then the armies would have had a clearer idea of what their mission was. Oh and there’s the drugs an arms trade too.
    But I guess the PTB can’t say these things and still claim the moral high-ground… or tax-payer funding.

  13. 60sstreetpunk  November 22, 2014 at 6:57 pm

    I learned too many lessons on this site. I had a good feeling about the general when in Iraq but that does not mean my limited assessment is right. What I see in Kevin’s article says a lot and others are correct in looking at generals as careerists and looking for attention and “glory” . But as I stated, I have seen several who wanted nothing more than a quiet peacekeeping mission and to bring back all their people.What I saw that he did seemed good and very different, but I cannot say much more, so David Gordon, Jeremy Gates, the verdict is still out.
    Also, he retired in 2013 as a 3 star general so I was wrong or more like uninformed about this. He did get promoted.
    He spent 35 years in the military.
    When you see someone who is very,very good but gets stuck at Colonel (O-6 rank) and doesn’t make 1 star general (O-7) say in a 30-35 year career, it may be a sign that the Colonel was not a company guy, bureaucrat, and other.
    So David, what I saw on multiple occasions gave me a good feeling but I may have once again made a mistake by seeing the good in people and not looking hard enough for the bad stuff.

  14. 60sstreetpunk  November 22, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    Jeremy- he didn’t volunteer . He is a career officer and was ordered to take the 1st Cavalry Division out of Fort Hood , Texas to Iraq. I have seen some very different generals in Iraq- committed to keeping stupid operations down and keeping casualties minimal. I have a feeling General Bolger would have liked to have zero casualties (casualties are those killed, wounded, taken prisoner, missing). I don’t see him in it for “glory”- some don’t see glory in war. The concept of glory is a script writer’s idea. If I was a general in charge of a division I would stick it out if it meant I could keep idiots and glory seekers at bay and keep my division content and believing in me that I do not seek stupid missions for the sake of making myself look good in order to get promoted faster.

    • C.Davis  November 23, 2014 at 3:14 pm

      Could it be that they were created, that if one could accept that even they, too might be in some way a manifestation of God’s will, we, too, might be saved?
      If you were God, how would You be, because You might be whether you “know” whether you are or not. That determination apparently is the purview of one “above my pay grade(depending on the nature of reality).”
      And others might know, but how do I know whether they do or not, see? The philosophical dilemma that may be insoluble, except by One, Who may be able to make a being to truly “know” a thing, though, as we seem to see every day that you just never know… Maybe that’s the reward we all seem to throw ourselves after, “The Answer.”
      We might not know for sure that we don’t know everything. Seems unlikely, I know(?) but logically, the possibility seems to exist. Perhaps on some level of reality, we are omniscient by virtue of the inheritance our Father has imbued in us, and He may be able to synthesize people out of rocks, though we be wonderfully made, to all appearances.
      Morphogenic fields are well believed to exist in nature, how much more might they propagate between all beings and their Maker (Who probably has as intimate knowledge as possible?)
      I have to thank God for the day he has given.

  15. davidgordon  November 22, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    You prosecute based upon culpability not, proffered religious orientation, yes? Get off the jew thing and focus on the named perpetrators. There are millions of self-described jews who are mortified by the murder-world created in their name in Israel and elsewhere. There are also thousands of minions and operatives for the govermob who are not Jewish. Do you intend to give them a pass? Idiot, your anti-jew position is DESIGNED to denigrate VT. Go away!

    • davidgordon  November 22, 2014 at 8:17 pm

      Trust me DaveE. It wasn’t because you weren’t chosen. As a certified aryan I spent a few youthful years and enjoyed a sexual awakening in the arms of an absolute jewish goddess. Her very “practical” parents were to become great friends and guides. Her dad steered me straight morally at one point. Great man.

      No, they didn’t give you the time of day because you were you. If you can call them that now, after all these years, you thought it then. And women can read you like cat. Sorry bro.

    • santa  November 22, 2014 at 9:43 pm

      davidgordon As a certified aryan I spent a few youthful years and enjoyed a sexual awakening in the arms of an absolute jewish goddess. Her very “practical” parents were to become great friends and guides. Her dad steered me straight morally at one point. Great man.

      judaism is not a religion, it’s jewish existentialism. it’s a way of expressing oneself through individualism and living in the now. jews don’t believe in god because they think they are god. “god’s chosen people”

      in a nutshell, i can see why jews laugh at christians. christians don’t know how to express their own free will, will to power, to live life to the fullest, to understand their purpose here. they don’t understand what it’s like to be a jew because they don’t know how to create a life of their own without holding onto the bible.

      some of the nicest people i have ever met are christian, but they are for the most part absolutely brainwashed. have no idea what is truth and what isn’t. the jews know the truth and they are using it against them.

      this only my opinion. not trying to start fights here )

    • moneytalks  November 22, 2014 at 11:05 pm

      That is what too few people do not get — just because a tribe declared itself to be { divinely chosen } 2500 years ago does not prove that they are divinely superior . Everywhere you look in western history if you search for the obscured truth then you see jews initiating the spilling of other peoples blood more than any other humans ( except perhaps muslims ) as Netanyahu recently admitted at a counter-terrorism forum in Israel . However , muslims only claim religious supremacy and often kill for it ; and do not claim and kill for biological DNA supremacy as do the talmudic jews .

    • Charlotte NC Bill  November 23, 2014 at 4:16 am

      No shit. It’s become impossible to ignore for anyone even half-awake.

  16. 60sstreetpunk  November 22, 2014 at 5:12 pm

    Kevin Barrett- I will get the book- first time I heard of it.
    David Gordon- I respect your attitude and reasoning and you are much more perceptive than I am but I have a feeling General Bolger is very different than what you mention (of course, I always tuck in my head what people say/teach me such as commenters in VT).
    In my mid 60s I have a severe forgetting disorder but not the Alzheimer type (whew!).
    I saw the VT photo and the 1st Cav patch on the right shoulder sleeve of his uniform and then it clicked for me. I had forgotten the name. Years back I sat in the same barbershop at Camp Liberty, Iraq as did General Bolger who was waiting his turn. There were many actions there and at other places where my mind said “this general is very different”. I won’t say what went on but the general was humble and I knew it was genuine. I can never forget his actions in a barbershop and at other places. This was more than a few years ago and he is still a 2 star general (long time now). No promotion yet- what is going on?
    It is true that some career military stick it out because they feel they can effect protection and avoid casualties in their Divisions. These types make a difference. I believe General Bolger.

    Kevin- maybe his mind just hasn’t attuned yet to the ideas that 9-11 was radically different than what has been drummed in at DC and by the mass media. David- The man does not feel important with ribbons. I know he sees a lot more to the military than adorning himself.

    • davidgordon  November 22, 2014 at 5:28 pm

      60 – Thanks for the note. I trust your intuition and experience of the man himself. I would have hopes such a thing is possible. Now then, let him be courageous and lead like we pay him to. His primary oath is to the Constitution and while we may wish for a greater impact we will accept an open and transparent investigation starting with the missing 28 pages revealed. The question is is there adequate, hard evidence of culpability to make arrests?

    • 60sstreetpunk  November 22, 2014 at 6:09 pm

      Wow- I agree. I will read his book and see if it fits with what I saw and heard. I usually know almost nothing compared to people here so it was interesting to see the picture. Yes, let him lead. Actions speak louder or “by their fruits you will know them”.

  17. David Odell  November 22, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    Stubblebine and Clark are the only 2 entries for “General” on patriotsquestion9/, this is juxtaposed against thousands of architects, engineers and millions of average intelligence people. I think it is time to write off any hope that high ranking = defense of the people. Bolger (ret) is listed as currently teaching military history and I do not see him channeling Howard Zinn or MLK any time soon. There is something that changes deep inside during and after the full birds. Extraction may be very unlikely but not impossible. It sure would be nice to see a list of stars that “openly” Demand a new investigation. To Bolger, I would say, why rehash history when you are in position to make it ? You have one arrow. Humility has nothing to do with obedience.

  18. Gordon Duff  November 22, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    eeek…the ADL will hate us now

    • wolf  November 22, 2014 at 4:27 pm

      As if they don’t already

  19. CoJonesGrandes  November 22, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    It’s inevitable that the 9/11 truth will become publicly known throughout the world, including the USA. I’m expect a great deal of anger, pain and tremendous regret. If and when Wanta’s trillions are available to be spent, I think America should make reparations to the rest of the world which has been so brutally raped by the US military. There will be a great need for healers when the soldiers realise that they have been killing and maiming so many millions of innocent foreigners.

  20. davor  November 22, 2014 at 1:35 pm

    What is american oil doing under arabian sand in the first place? That oil is by every right american and nobody knows how it got there if it weren’t for those sneaky dodgy dinosaurs trying to find some water

  21. 3gyptian  November 22, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    More wasted ink on ancient history.

    The case is closed and wont be
    reopened for many years. get
    over it. comment keeps failing

    keep getting “try again” orders.

  22. 3gyptian  November 22, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    More wasted ink on ancient history.

    The case is closed and wont be
    reopened for many years. get
    over it.

  23. Simpleton  November 22, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    Seeing is unbelieving ! Any tower collapse should result in a 12% residual pile at the base, but 110 stories of the twin towers only left a 4 story pile at the base, leaving astounded firemen at the base wondering whatever happened to the huge skyscrapers. The VAST amount of energy required to turn 80 stories into dust and molten metal (clearly observed months later via satellite) definitely did not come from the matzo ball breakfast that lucky Larry missed on 911. But this was a deep occultic satanic spell on the entire world that must have involved human sacrifice, although some people swear they saw subliminal images of a bearded turbaned OBL in the bellowing pyroclastic dust clouds shown in the “live” CNN feed conveniently narrated from far way by an Aaron Brown if the synagogue of satan. And sorry, no “grassy knolling” about saudis, VP Cheney was directing NORAD (Mineta testimony) from the WH no less.

  24. slim pikkins  November 22, 2014 at 11:59 am

    Mr. Barrett, can’t find a thing in here I don’t agree with. We have to get the horse to the water. VT is the water.

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