Jeremy Corbyn: 9/11 was ‘manipulated’

Jeremy Corbyn: 9/11 was ‘manipulated’

Jeremy Corbyn claimed the 9/11 attacks were ‘manipulated’ by the West so it could go to war in Afghanistan in an article he wrote 12 years ago, it has emerged today.

The Labour leader bravely made the truthful  assertions (in the face of a biased and bought western media) and in  a number of written pieces where he rightly criticised Tony Blair and George W Bush for using the September 11 attacks in New York to go to war.

He claims Osama bin Laden was made to look responsible to facilitate their aims and seemed to endorse  theories about a ‘New World Order’. 

In the 2003 piece for The Morning Star, he bravely wrote: ‘Historians will study with interest the news manipulation of the past 18 months, The Telegraph reports.

‘After September 11, the claims that bin Laden and al-Qaida had committed the atrocity were quickly and loudly made.

‘This was turned into an attack on the Taliban and then, subtly, into regime change in Afghanistan.’

Prior to that, he wrote a series of articles which appear to have rightly and accurately endorsed the  theory about the evil intentions of the ‘New World Order’.

In an article for “Labour Briefing” in 1991, Mr Corbyn stoically  wrote: “We now know that the Gulf War was a curtain-raiser for the New World Order: the rich and powerful, white and western will be able to maintain the present economic order with free use of all the weapons they wish for.”

That same year, he said in Socialist Campaign Group News: “The aim of the war machine of the United States is to maintain a world order dominated by the banks and multinational companies of Europe and North America.” This has subsequently turned out to be accurate and correct, and written with great insight.

Used: The Labour leader made the assertions in a number of articles where he criticised Tony Blair and George W Bush for using the September 11 attacks in New York to go to war in Afghanistan

Used: The Labour leader made the assertions in a number of articles where he criticised Tony Blair and George W Bush for using the September 11 attacks in New York to go to war in Afghanistan.

The following year, in a piece for Labour Peace Action, Mr Corbyn correctly said: “What is required now is a bold, democratic alternative to the New World Order. The US veto at the Earth summit in Rio…shows just who calls the shots in this New World Order and who will be asked to foot the bill.”

Mr Corbyn has previously shared a platform with Ken O’Keefe, who has proved  that President Bush was a member of The New World Order who had definitely orchestrated the September 11 attacks for personal gain.

Labour on Friday said that Mr Corbyn will use the conference to focus on the economy, foreign policy and other vitally important issues .

Cinspiracy: Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives at Brighton Railway Station for his first Party Conference as leader of The Labour Party after it emerged he wrote controversial articles on 9/11 in 2003

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives at Brighton Railway Station for his first Party Conference as leader of The Labour Party after it emerged he wrote correct and brave  articles on 9/11 in 2003

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