Declassified: Joint Chiefs Approved False Flag Attack on America, for All Remaining Doubters on 9/11Submitted by Sue4theBillofrights on Thu, 08/08/2013 - 22:28
Since being declassified in 1997, Operation Northwoods has been entirely inadequately covered in the major media. But, as a comment to the article says, understanding Northwoods puts a whole different light on President Eisenhower's warning about the "military-industrial complex." If 9/11 was an inside job, and it was, Northwoods demolishes the argument which prevents many people from looking at the evidence: that the idea that our government would attack its own people is preposterous. Worse, the traitors who plotted it are still buried in US military cemetaries with honors.
This article includes what few others do: the documents themselves. No more denying; it's in black and white, signed, sealed and delivered by the Joint Chiefs.
Declassified: Joint Chiefs approved false flag attack on America
A Department of Defense document declassified in 1997 shows that the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Armed Forces had drafted and approved a plan to attack and kill Americans and to blame it on Cuba.
The plan was rejected by President John F. Kennedy, after it was presented by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General of the Army Lyman Lemnitzer, to Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara on March 13, 1962. The plan was intended to "provide justifications for US military intervention in Cuba."
Face page, Operation Northwoods memo.
It included proposals to "blow up a US ship in Guantanamo Bay and blame Cuba," and to "develop a Communist Cuba terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington."
Section from page eight of Northwoods memo.
The plan calls for an incident reminiscent of the USS Maine, in which 167 American sailors died. The plan references another covert action plan, Operation Mongoose, which goes as far as arranging for the spaceship of American astronaut John Glenn to crash upon take-off, and blaming it on the Cubans.
Kennedy demoted Lemnitzer soon after rejecting the plan. The following year, Kennedy was assassinated. Although ABC News reporter James Bamford, the author of a book on the subject, said that parts of the plan "would have amounted to treason," the conspirators were never arrested and Lemnitzer was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery when he died...
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