Mastermind Of 9/11 Tragedy ADMITS George W. Bush THWARTED ‘Second Wave Of Attacks’

Mastermind Of 9/11 Tragedy ADMITS George W. Bush THWARTED ‘Second Wave Of Attacks’

Many criticized President George W. Bush’s response to the attacks on 9/11. While some say he didn’t go far enough, others believe he went too far and engaged areas that were not responsible for the attacks, and was just doing so for oil.

Apparently, radical Islamist Khalid Sheikh Mohammed thinks that the use of force was just right.

U.S. President George W. Bush speaks at an event honoring Winners of the 2002 President Quality Awards at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, November 25, 2002. The President will today sign the Homeland Security Bill. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque ME - RTREEA1

U.S. President George W. Bush speaks at an event honoring Winners of
the 2002 President Quality Awards at the Ronald Reagan Building in
Washington, November 25, 2002. The President will today sign the
Homeland Security Bill. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
ME – RTREEA1

Mohammed’s interrogator, James E. Mitchell recently wrote a memoir in which he detailed a conversation with the 9/11 mastermind. Judging by his recollection, it was clear that neither Mohammed nor Al Qaeda could have predicted the way President Bush would proceed after such a massive attack.

“Then he looked at me and said, ‘How was I supposed to know that cowboy George Bush would announce he wanted us ‘dead or alive’ and then invade Afghanistan to hunt us down?’” wrote Mitchell.

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He continued: “KSM explained that if the United States had treated 9/11 like a law enforcement matter, he would have had time to launch a second wave of attacks.” He was not able to do so because al-Qaeda was stunned “by the ferocity and swiftness of George W. Bush’s response.”

Perhaps Bush saved more lives than we could ever know. Thinking about this makes you wonder if life could have played out differently if such fast action hadn’t been taken.

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