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‘Truther’ Fidel Castro: US Lied About 9/11

From his deathless fans at Reuters:

Fidel Castro says U.S. fooled world over 9/11

HAVANA (Reuters) – Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro said the U.S. government misinformed Americans and the world about 9/11, echoing conspiracy theories about the terror attacks against the United States six years ago.

In an essay read by a Cuban television presenter on Tuesday night, Castro said the Pentagon was hit by a rocket, not a plane, because no traces were found of its passengers.

“Today one knows there was deliberate misinformation,” wrote Castro…

“Studying the impact of planes, similar to those that hit the Twin Towers, that had accidentally fallen on densely populated cities, one concludes that it was not a plane that crashed into the Pentagon,” Castro said.

“Only a projectile could have caused the geometrically round hole that allegedly was made by the plane,” he said.

“We were fooled like the rest of the planet’s inhabitants,” he wrote.

Castro said the truth behind the September 11 attacks with hijacked planes that killed nearly 3,000 people will probably never be known.

Castro’s 4,256-word essay made no mention of Osama bin Laden and his militant Islamist al Qaeda network behind the attacks on New York’s World Trade Center and Washington…

First Mr. Castro endorses the Hillary/Obama ticket and now this. He’s turning into a rank and file Democrat in his dotage. Which these days means a move to the right.

Still, isn’t it kind of weird when dead men argue with each other?

After all, Mr. Bin Laden has been very busy lately taking credit for the attacks. (A minor detail studiously ignored by our watchdog media.)

But who should we believe?

We all know that Communists never lie. But it turns out Obama is a bigger Communist than Castro ever was.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, September 12th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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