Nexus 9/11 and NAU
Between 1992 and 1996, Sandy Berger was the Chairman of
the Deputies Committee of the National Security Council.
There are no red flags there - unless you happen to
have read an obscure little book titled,
"Summitry in the Americas: A Progress Report" by
Richard Feinberg, the "Architect of the Free Trade of the
Americas". The book, was written in 1997 and
in it, Feinberg details the history leading up to the first
Summit of the Americas in Miami in 1994. In the book,
Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to Clinton during 1992 campaign.
Assistant Transition Director for National Security for 1992 Clinton-Gore Transition
1992-1996 Deputy Director of the National Security Council
1996-2000 National Security Advisor to the President,
Architect of the Free Trade of the Americas
Author of "Summitry of the Americas: A Progress Report", Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC, 1997
Senior Foreign Policy Advisor - Clinton-Gore campaign 1991-1992
Assistant to the President for Nation Security Affairs 1993-1997
Feinberg included two organization charts in his book that graphically show the degree of focus on planning for the summit. And it isn't at all surprising that Berger was involved in trade policy and the summit when you consider that before his stint with the Clinton Administration, Berger was a partner and the head of the international trade division of the law firm of Hogan & Hartson.
What is not believable is that he was involved with middle eastern 'terrorism' and Osama Bin Laden. Feinberg writes:
Berger did such a "heck of a job Bergie" on the Summit of the Americas in the Deputy position, that he was promoted to Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs after Anthony Lake left. It was in that capacity that Sandy Berger was called to testify before the 9/11 Commission regarding the Clinton Administration policies and actions pertaining to terrorism - and in particular, Osama Bin Laden.
9/11 Commission Testimony
With that in mind, it's time to re-read the
transcript of the 9/11 Commission hearing that was held on
March 24, 2004. The 24th was the day that George
Tenet, Sandy Berger, Richard Clarke and Richard Armitage
testified. Given that we now know what Sandy Berger
was really working on in the Clinton Administration, it
makes a whole lot more sense that the Deputy Executive
Director for the 9/11 Commission, Chris Kojm basically
testified for Sandy Berger in the form of a staff statement
before the Commission was allowed to question the witnesses.
And don't miss the disclaimer by Philip Zelikow:
From Chris Kojm's testimony in the hearing on the 24th regarding the CIA actions in Afghanistan in the late 1990's: "They called the new strategy simply, "The Plan."
George Tenet elaborated on "The Plan" when he testified:
THAT - is what's called setting the stage for redirection of attention to the Middle East after 9/11 and building an alibis all at the same time. Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst confirms that for us when, according to SourceWatch, he accuses Condoleezza Rice and the Bush Administration of malfeasance because they failed to heed Tenet's warnings:
And listen to Paul Thompson's testimony regarding the Advanced Warnings. Paul Thompson saying the code name for 9-11 was "The Big Wedding".
And speaking of setting the stage - before moving on to redder pastures, this is good time to mention that Richard C. Holbrook gave Sandy Berger kudos for the job he did as Deputy Director of the National Security Council during the first term of Clinton's Administration. That would indicate that Richard C. Holbrook was privy to the Summit planning and events. Why is that relevant? Because Richard C. Holbrook was one of three people who within hours of the collapse of the WTC towers, provided the media with the myth of 9-11 that became the official story line.
Given that we know that the
CIA was all set up in Afghanistan, and that Iraq war planning began immediately after the Bush
Administration took office and that the false evidence
against Iraq was 'developed' by the Office of Special Plans,
we have to look at the RAND Corporation as being the
puppeteer - or more accurately probably, the not-so "secret
government" coordinating the policy and plans across
administrations. Note that RAND recommended the
creation of the Office of Special Plans, clued them that
Iraq probably would challenge them, and Bush did fill up the
strategic oil reserves driving up the price of oil - it
seems pretty clear to this analyst that they were setting
the stage as a continuing effort on "The Plan" which was the
"terrorist" stage play in the Middle East, while they were
attempting to dissolve our nation into the North American
Union by stealth at home.
There are just a couple of passages from the report that I'll include here even though the entire report is worth reading:
From the transmittal letter to the President:
Introduction - regarding who is in charge
First Steps - appointments
First Steps - people and process