Former US Congresswoman Says Israel Did 9/11

This was some interesting news.


A former Georgia House Democrat appeared to claim “Zionists” were behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Cynthia McKinney, who spent 12 years in the 1990s and mid-2000s representing various Georgia districts, posted a meme to Twitter on Monday that depicted the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center as a puzzle with the “final piece of the puzzle” having the word “Zionists” on it. When adding that piece to the puzzle, the image reads: “Zionists did it.”

In many countries of the world, the majority of people do not believe that Al-Qaeda terrorists were responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

Even in the US, different polls show anywhere from 20% to 54% believe that the US government is concealing critical information about the attack.

Even the head officials with the New York Fire Department have attempted to open an investigation into the 9/11 attack because, according to them, the official government investigation left many crucial questions unanswered.

The most detailed report on Israeli foreknowledge and possible involvement in the 9/11 attacks is from Whitney Webb of MintPressNews. Her report is titled:

The Dancing Israelis: FBI Docs Shed Light on Apparent Mossad Foreknowledge of 9/11 Attacks

Definitely worth a read.

The Zionist lobby immediately jumped on McKinney, calling her an antisemite.

The former congresswoman, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment, has a history of promulgating antisemitic and anti-Israel rhetoric, including promoting the accusation that Israel was behind 9/11.

“McKinney has a history of using anti-Israel rhetoric, including accusing the pro-Israel lobby of sabotaging her political career and alleging that Israel of committing genocide, apartheid and war crimes,” the Anti-Defamation League has said. “She has repeatedly condemned U.S. support for Israel.”

Criticizing Israel and condemning it for genocide and war crimes is antisemitism now.

Just imagine for a second. If Israeli intelligence was somehow involved with the 9/11 attacks, would pointing out that fact be hateful antisemitism? Was it “Islamophobic” to accuse Afghanistan and Iraq of orchestrating 9/11, even though, as the US government has acknowledged, those countries had nothing to do with it?

Is pointing out reality antisemitic now?

Here is an interesting factoid:

Days before [McKinney] lost her next primary in 2002 to Denise Majette, her father, Billy McKinney, an Atlanta state representative, said on television of her daughter’s race, “That ain’t nothin’. Jews have bought everybody. Jews. J-E-W- S.”

Questioning the official 9/11 government narrative is going mainstream.

It is an interesting contrast how, on the one hand, Zionists will immediately shout out in protest if anyone suggests even the most marginal connection between Israel and 9/11, while, on the other hand, many American Muslims blindly accept the official government narrative despite it being so devastating to millions of Muslims.

Lest we forget, it was that official government narrative that justified the invasion of multiple Muslim lands, the death of millions of Muslims, the displacement of millions more. A narrative that so conveniently supported Israeli interests. Yet, to this day, some Muslims won’t entertain a peep of skepticism against it.

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Bro, don’t forget “Engineers and architects for 9/11 truth”. This is an organization of more than 3,000 American engineers and architects that reject the official 9/11 story based on evidence of demolition and are calling for an independent investigation.


Not to be condescending to those who expose themselves out there, but by now AE911Truth as an organization have proven to be reluctant to go all the way concerning what has truly happened on 9/11, merely technically speaking. Saying that 9/11 was a false flag is unlikely to be enough… Muslims will have to understand to what degree they will have to adopt some form of true intellectual self-reliance if they are to get anywhere (when it comes to Corona too, as well as other topics)

I stake no claim to perfection, but I have tried to do my part:

Nebi Lutt

“A narrative that so conveniently supported Israeli interests. Yet, to this day, some Muslims won’t entertain a peep of skepticism against it”. The human being is so easily fooled. It is REDICULOUS!