“We’re not the only ones who smell a rat,” writes contributor in response to recent 9/11 editorial

Thank you to Lorna Diggle and James Taylor for telling the truth about the 9/11 cover-up. Guess who was in charge of ‘security’ when the twin towers came down? A company run by George Bush’s brother.

Dear Editor,

Thank you to Lorna Diggle and James Taylor for telling the truth about the 9/11 cover-up. Guess who was in charge of ‘security’ when the twin towers came down? A company run by George Bush’s brother.

The Center for Public Integrity and The Fund for Independence in Journalism maintain that Bush and his officials publicly lied 935 times to start the Iraq war. That’s not counting the lies they told to get us all into Afghanistan.

Honest Americans are working hard to expose the evil done by their government by posting free videos on the Internet. The best one I’ve seen yet is: 911mysteries.com, which proves that the towers were destroyed by controlled demolition.

There is also one newspaper, the American Free Press, which names the names and exposes the behind-the-scenes intrigues involved in this and other issues of our time. Internet options to access the paper are also available.

Our loyal armed forces and those of our neighbour to the south have been hijacked by a lie, to fight somebody else’s wars in the Middle East. Many of Bush’s top advisors have duel citizenship in the only country that benefits.

We’re not the only ones who smell a rat.

The British insurance firm Sun Life Assurance, closed the doors on its American branch and moved back to the UK because corrupt US courts were forcing them to pay billions of dollars in claims to the leaseholder of the World Trade Center, Larry Silverstein, which they knew he didn’t deserve. We are still paying that fellow through greatly increased insurance premiums that followed the 9/11 fiasco.

Ralph T. Kenney

Rimbey