Sunday, February 17, 2008

Inside 9/11 (Episode 1: War on America)



National Geographic 1 hr 44 min. Watch on Google.

Inside 9/11: "War on America" takes viewers into the secret world of al Qaeda and the rise of Islamic fundamentalism dating back to the Soviet-Afghan War.

"War on America" opens with the dramatic 1993 World Trade Center bombing and tracks terrorist activities aimed at U.S. targets throughout the 1990s leading up to the horrific morning of September 11, 2001. With each successful attack, terrorist networks become more emboldened. The organization and the legend of Osama bin Laden grow.

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1 comment:

Tron Carter said...

The national Geo program did not not touch on the most obvious problem with the 911 attacks....World Trade Center 7. Among other problems in their story which looks like it was taken trait from the 911 Commission play book. I saw it last night 5-18-08 the night it was on and it did not show anything insightful other than what we already know. I'm sure it will be picked apart by many professionals who question the official story. But a few things that stand out wrong, is mainly Bldg.7, Osama's involvement (which he is not charged according to FBI most wanted list), temperature inside impact point being 2000 degree (which even they say firefighters were at impact point making radio contact), reasons why F-16's were hovering over the Atlantic coast instead of engaging planes still in the air, and many more flaws in this documentary.
They should have pointed out our governments obvious incompetence in dealing with type of situation.

I give National Geo a thumbs down on this attempt to once again seal the mindset of American thinking of what government wants to think being regarded victims of terrorism. Which just happens to come at the end of George Bush's term in office.