by Ronald Bleier
The nine essays in this volume written between 2005 and 2015—and two in 2019—trace the arc of evidence exposing the myth that Arab hijackers, led by Osama bin Laden, were responsible for the terror attacks of 9/11. The essays by editor Ronald Bleier and four contributing authors, contend that 9/11 was a false flag operation, an inside job, planned and executed by the George W. Bush White House.
Two essays by Ronald Bleier summarize evidence presented by the late Gerard Holmgren, Morgan Reynolds and others that no planes crashed on 9/11: the so-called No Planes Theory (NPT). The central implication of the NPT is that there were no Arab or Muslim hijackers, nor were any planes hijacked, and that no planes crashed on 9/11. Unsurprisingly, Osama bin Laden correctly protested his total innocence. The NPT asserts that the 9/11 terror attack was a homemade U.S. operation conducted by elements of the security services, overseen largely by Vice President Dick Cheney. The shock and awe of 9/11 did not require outside assistance although it seems likely the Israeli government had prior knowledge.
9/11 was to be seen as a new Pearl Harbor, conceived to jump-start permanent Global War, employing terror to advance its imperialist and nihilistic war plan, intending destruction, destabilization and mass suffering as collateral damage. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 90s, the U.S. sought a replacement bogeyman—and created one in the Muslim nation. The new enemy facilitated the U.S. agenda of permanent war to maintain and enlarge its security budgets and to support Israel’s agenda of destroying its enemies.
The claim that no planes were involved on 9/11 is sustained by the controlled demolition of three World Trade Center towers, the refusal or inability of the government to produce evidence of hijackings and hijackers, of plane crashes, or of plane wreckage. Also addressed is the question of how the cell phone calls were made and what happened to the airline passengers.
The volume’s last essay by Ronald Bleier, “Did Dick Cheney Plan to Assassinate President Bush?,” ventures into speculation arising largely from the unsuccessful attempt to assassinate President Bush in Florida on the early morning of 9/11, and the suppression of news of this foiled plot.