Bob Graham Comments on Why Obama is Continuing the Bush 9/11 Coverup. Reply

Release the 28 Pages Bob Graham Interview

“…the question remains as to what the Obama Administration stands to gain by continuing the Bush Administration’s coverup.” Matthew Ogden

COMMENT:  The alleged content of the so-called “28 Pages” appears to fly in the face of what AE911Truth and others have demonstrated as conclusive evidence for controlled demolition of the Twin Towers and Building-7. It will be interesting to see if demonizing the Saudis for financing the terror attacks with hijacked aircraft will be sustainable when too many people already know the Israelis, banksters and Black-ops insiders were involved in the 9/11 False Flag.  But the issues in the 28 pages could serve to place the disgusting, saudi-smooching George W. Bush in a perpetual hot-seat.

This interview appears in the November 21, 2014 issue of Executive Intelligence Review and in PDF format HERE
Release the 28 Pages, (HR 428)
Expose Saudi 9/11 Role


Why the Obama Administration Cover-Up?

Bush Kisses Saudi PrinceOgden: You’ve said previously that although the close relationship between the Bush family and the House of Saud maybe sheds some clarity on why the Bush Administration decided to classify the 28 pages, the question remains as to what the Obama Administration stands to gain by continuing the Bush Administration’s coverup. Can you share with us any thoughts you might have as to what might be the reasons for Obama to perpetuate this coverup, even though he’s repeatedly pledged to do otherwise?

Graham: To me, that’s an enigma. There was a history with the Bush family and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia that gave you at least some basis of reasonable speculation as to what might be the motivation for treating Saudi Arabia with such soft hands. Why the Obama Administration continues that policy is a mystery.

One explanation may be that we have decided that it’s better to deal with the enemy that you know than the enemy that you don’t know, and that we don’t want to disrupt Saudi Arabia and further deepen911-twin Towers Crime Scene the entanglements in the Middle East. Personally, I think, if that’s the reason, it’s a shallow reason, because what it’s really doing is, it’s allowing for these entanglements in the Middle East to not be just the result of a single leader like Osama bin Laden, or an organization like ISIS, but rather to become a broader and broader and more permeating influence of extremist Islam throughout the society in the Middle East.

This interview was conducted with former Sen. Bob Graham in Naples, Fla., by LaRouche PAC’s Matthew Ogden, on Nov. 11. Senator Graham served as co-chair of the Congressional Joint Inquiry into 9/11 (see above). The subject of the interview is the urgency of declassifying the redacted 28 pages of the Congressional Joint Inquiry’s report to expose the role of Saudi Arabia in financing not only the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, but also in continuing to finance ISIS and related terrorist organizations today.

Investigative reporter Dan Christensen of the Broward Bulldog, as well as Miami-based First Amendment attorney Tom Julin participated in the interview. Christensen and Julin have been instrumental in combating persistent stonewalling by the FBI in pursuing crucial leads pertaining to connections between a prominent Saudi family, and a cell of 9/11 hijackers in Sarasota, Fla., prior to the 9/11 attacks.

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