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Who Did 9/11?
A view from across the pond
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The author NK was a founder-member of Britain’s 9/11 truth movement and is today a well-known conspiracy theorist. As well as some detailed analyses of how the event happened, this book defends the thesis of Islamic innocence: there were no ‘Al-Qaeda’ terrorists who made it happen – rather the event was necessitated by Israeli-US geostrategic imperatives of Empire in the 21st century. There are literally dozens of 9/11-truth books but this is the only one banned by Amazon: which is why you need to read it.
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• Category: Foreign Policy • Tags: 9/11, Conspiracy Theories 
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