In response to the previously censored 28 pages of the 9/11 commission report, which explain Saudi Arabia's role in the terror attacks, Garrison Center director Thomas Knapp gave the following commentary.
On the way Afghanistan (not to mention Iraq) were punished by the US military despite no connection to the attacks, while Saudi Arabia was rewarded despite a clear connection to the attacks:
"In response to those attacks, Afghanistan suffered US invasion, the overthrow of its government, and is now in its 15th straight year of war and occupation.
"Saudi Arabia enjoyed not just a 13-year reprieve from the exposure of damning evidence, but seemingly better relations with the US government than ever before. Go figure."
Many Americans were convinced US actions in Iraq and Afghanistan were revenge for the terror attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. However, the censored pages of the report reveal the US leadership knew Saudi Arabia was the real state backer of the attacks and yet they did nothing, due to political considerations.
US leaders therefore deliberately used the American military after 9/11 like dogs to remove regimes they didn't like and prop up the Saudi regime despite its guilt in the terrorist attacks. Does the revelation demonstrate that protecting lives was not the goal of the "War on Terror"? That US leaders ignored the real killers, and instead pursued US geopolitical aims with greater severity?
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