We are approaching the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 false flag event, designed to trigger pre-planned wars that (as the planners must have anticipated) have killed more than 30 million people.
The 9/11 inside job was by far the worst crime against humanity in all of human history. The made-for-TV movie of September 11th, 2001 left half the American people suffering from clinical PTSD. The American experiment is dead, the Bill of Rights has been shredded, the US and global economies are in a shambles, and the resources that could be used to build green infrastructure and save the planet have been squandered on insane wars and military buildups.
What are the chances that the 9/11 war criminals will be prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced in a court with the power to enforce the sentences? That is the question that William Pepper discusses in this interview from October 20, 2009. Joshua Blakeney addresses the same topic during the second half of the show. Here is the original listing:
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William Pepper will open the show with an update on prospects for war crimes prosecutions…then Joshua Blakeney, who is following Bush to Saskatoon to organize and participate in protests, will join us live to report on the welcome Canadians have prepared for the former War-Criminal-in-Chief. (Last time we did this, during Bush’s visit to Calgary last spring, my show broke the story of Splitting-the-Sky’s getting himself arrested while trying to arrest Bush!)
William Pepper, a friend of Martin Luther King Jr. and attorney for the King family, is the author of Act of State, the definitive study of the MLK assassination by elements of the CIA, FBI, US military, and their organized crime assets. On behalf of the King family, Pepper won a November, 1999 court case proving the King hit was a government job. Today, almost exactly 20 years later, Pepper is at the center of the two biggest struggles of our time, in his capacity as a legal advisor to the 9/11 truth-seeking NYCcan.org, and to the Spanish court’s war crimes prosecution of US war criminals including George W. Bush.
Joshua Blakeney is an anti-war-crimes activist and author of two articles on the topic for Global Research.
Bush is visiting Edmonton Tuesday and Saskatoon Wednesday. Videos here.
To keep track of possible appearances by war criminals in your area, visit http://warcriminalswatch.org/