Before voting, submitter suggests asking important questions re: September 11, 2001

Dear Editor;
On the 7th anniversary of the events of Sept 11, 2001, I can’t help but be concerned that the Canadian electorate isn’t more alarmed at the direction our government has taken us.

Dear Editor;

On the 7th anniversary of the events of Sept 11, 2001, I can’t help but be concerned that the Canadian electorate isn’t more alarmed at the direction our government has taken us. In a speech given by our former Minister of Defense, Gordon O’Connor in Edmonton on Jan. 7, 2007 he said, “When the Taliban or al-Qaeda came out of Afghanistan, they attacked the Twin Towers and in those twin towers, 25 Canadians were killed. The previous government and this government will not allow Canadians to be killed without retribution,”

We would probably accept this but Canada has never done their own investigation into the events of 9/11 and the Bush government’s official investigation leaves more questions unanswered than answered. There isn’t enough room in this letter to list all of the unanswered questions left over after the official “stacked deck” 9/11 Commission Investigation. I will mention one big one and that is: Why did a third building fall that wasn’t hit by a plane the same day as the twin towers? It fell in a fashion that even the news commentator said, “Looked like a controlled demolition”. This building referred to as Building #7, was a 47-floor building that had some relatively small fires on two floors.

According to O’Connor, we are in Afghanistan because of what some of their people did on 9/11 but I think we have been tricked by one the biggest frauds ever!

Whoever orchestrated the events of 9/11 wanted to make sure we got an instant “shot” of trauma that would leave us vulnerable to any strong suggestion the mainstream media gave us as to who was responsible for the events we were witnessing. It was a psychological mind control strategy.

The right thing for us to be doing at this federal election time is to be asking our candidates why Canada is willing to sacrifice our sons and daughters to a cause that has not had any investigation by our country and a questionable investigation by our US neighbors.

Clint Hutton

Hanna, Alta.

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