Re: (OPE-L) Re: *New Pearl Harbor*

From: Paul Zarembka (zarembka@BUFFALO.EDU)
Date: Sat Apr 03 2004 - 14:30:23 EST

The book is basically saying that the evidence is so overwhelming that the
only answer is "yes", while still calling for a true, serious
investigation to obtain the requisite proof.  I don't want to point to any
one single evidence, because part of the message of the book is to examine
all the evidence and that, even if certain factors can be explained away,
it would most probably do not more than only break a few strains of a
cable (his analogy).

This book is one to be read, not dismissed. It even discusses the
difference between 'conspiracy' and 'conspiracy theory' and that, even for
'conspiracy theory', it is not about having or not having such a theory,
but rather who is the culprit. It has scary implications for all humanity.
It was published in the past month or so.


On Sat, 3 Apr 2004 glevy@PRATT.EDU wrote:

> > In this book Griffin lays out, in great detail, the reasons why the
> > Bush administration's account of what actually happened on the morning
> > of September 11, 2001 is not plausible, and points out that much of
> > this detail suggests that the Bush administration was actively
> > involved in those events.
> Hi Paul Z:
> After reading this book, do you believe that the Bush administration
> was "actively involved" in planning and/or knowingly let happen
> 9/11?
> In solidarity, Jerry

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