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Paul Wolfowitz Warns of 'Surprise like Pearl Harbor' at West Point Months Before 9/11 Attacks

I never saw this before, but what a shocker.


Freaky juxtaposition of his Sep 2000 paper and Jun 2001 speech:

Article: Wolfowitz Warns of 'Surprise like Pearl Harbor' Months Before 9/11 Attacks

Video posted recently on Live Leak shows now World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz delivering a June 2001 West Point commencement speech wherein he focused on surprise attacks-- making heavy reference to Pearl Harbor.

Wolfowitz illustrated, just months before the infamous 9/11 attacks, that Pearl Harbor is interesting in that it was "preceded by an astonishing number of unheeded warnings and missed signals."

This surfacing video only reinforces the pre-meditation established by the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). Wolfowitz helped to pen the think tank's September 2000 document 'Rebuilding America's Defenses' which stated on pg. 51, amidst a larger call for dramatic military build-up, that:

"Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor."


Full text of Wolfowitz speech at West Point:

A bunch of Neocon traitors defending their hijacking of America's foreign policy in one video:

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The motive for the crime...

... of 9/11.


"The greatest mystery of all is truth." - Me, 2009

How anyone can ignore

stuff like this, which is abundant among all the neocon conspirators and perpetrators, I cannot fathom.

Their fingerprints are all over the job. It's willful ignorance to not see it.

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Good morning everybody


"The greatest mystery of all is truth." - Me, 2009

Paul Wolfowitz is Considered the Architect of the Iraq War

Is a member of the CFR and was president of the World Bank.

Just a reminder.