Monday, September 12, 2011

The Saudis & 9/11

UPDATE June 5, 2015: The latest story on the Saudi connection to 9/11 being covered up by our government, from Bush to Obama. I've been writing about this for years, below is my 2011 piece on it:

I'm reposting my May 08' cartoon, a parody of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in light of the new revelations about the Saudi involvement in 9/11. Here are two stories on that, one from the Miami Herald and one from Investors Business Daily. I'm reading a book right now titled The Eleventh Day that promises to make the case that the two greatest state sponsors of terrorism on earth, Saudi Arabia and Iran, were involved with the greatest terrorist attack in history. And for those who miss Bush, from the Investors Business Daily piece:

"Why was the section of Congress' Joint Inquiry into 9/11 dealing with "sources of foreign support for some of the Sept. 11 hijackers" kept secret from the public on the orders of President Bush?

Almost 27 full pages were blanked out — an amount equal to the entire U.S. Constitution. The section, which remains sealed, reportedly quotes from a CIA memo that concludes there's "incontrovertible evidence" that Saudi government officials supported the hijackers. Why the cover-up?"

So not only did Bush bail out Islam with "Islam means peace", but it looks like he may have bailed out the Saudis as well. Why?

What would Pigman do about this? Check out THE INFIDEL #2 for the answer.


Bosch Fawstin said...

My original May 08 text for this piece:

Indiana CoJones

Answering Sowdie Skullduggery.
Once ‘Our friends the Saudis’ are dealt with as the enemies they are, this war is on and victory is ours faster than the enemy can scream ‘Allahu Akbar!’

Damien said...


I remember this picture of yours. Its still pretty funny.

So is he going to Saudi Arabia in part 2? Its your story, but it does seem a bit early to me, after all that's the lion's den isn't, and I have a feeling the climax is still a long way away. Than again, he is Pigman.