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Pot Calls Kettle White: Cheney, Putin shoot down 'Conspiracy Theories'Kevin Barrett Salem-News.com
Dick Cheney: Russian apartment bombings inside job "complete nonsense".
(SUNDANCE, Wyoming) - At a hastily-convened press conference outside his home today, former Vice President Dick Cheney absolved Vladimir Putin and the Russian state security services of responsibility for the 1999 apartment bombings that brought Putin to power and launched the Russian invasion of Chechnya.
Responding to Putin's statement that 9/11 inside job theories are "complete nonsense," Dick Cheney thanked Putin for his support and added, "Vlad didn't do those apartment bombings either, no matter what the conspiracy theorists say. That's complete nonsense. State security services and their professional-assassin contractors just don't have the capability to pull off massive terror attacks. Only rag-tag groups of Muslims have that kind of access and expertise. And besides, the Muslims WANT us to invade their countries and steal their resources and murder them by the millions. That's why they're always handing us such convenient excuses."
For more information on the 1999 Russian apartment bombings, watch Andrei Nekrasov's film "Disbelief" - perhaps the best film yet on false-flag terror.
This article was originally published by: Truth Jihad
Dr. Kevin Barrett is the author of three books including the new revised edition of Questioning the War on Terror: A Primer for Obama Voters, which deconstructs the "war on terror" through Socratic questioning. A Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, he has taught languages, literature, humanities, religious studies, and folklore at colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad.
Blacklisted from teaching at the University of Wisconsin since 2006, Dr. Barrett has recently worked as a talk radio host, author, public speaker, and congressional candidate. One of the best-known critics of the War on Terror, Dr. Barrett has appeared on Fox, CNN, PBS, ABC-TV, and Unavision, and has been the subject of op-eds and feature stories in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. Dr. Barrett hosts two talk radio shows, one on a liberal and the other on a conservative network, and runs the website TruthJihad.com. He lives in rural Wisconsin with his wife, two children, and a dog named after Salman Rushdie. Learn more about Kevin Barrett by visiting truthjihad.com. Read more of Kevin's work by visiting: questioningthewaronterror.com
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