What benefit has the War on Terror served any country? What did the War on Terror accomplish? The truth is that it has only benefited those wishing to profit from the ultimate sacrifice of the American soldiers for a war based entirely on lies and a war against a totally fictitious enemy. The War on Terror accomplished what no terrorist organization could accomplish. It gave the US government an unjustified excuse to transform intelligence from a tool for law enforcement to a means of avoiding the law–both national and international. The “War on Terror” has seen intelligence agencies emerge as major political players. “Rendition,” untrammeled surveillance, torture and detention without trial are all illegal under both US and International Law yet the US government, first under Bush and now under Obama, are making these illegal acts their official policies. The new culture of victimhood in the US and among partners in the “coalition of the willing” has crushed domestic liberties and formed a global network of extra-legal license. State and corporate interests are increasingly fused in the new business of privatizing fear. The bureaucracy and narrow political goals surrounding intelligence actually have the potential to increase the terrorist threat. Americans are being killed for arrogance, for lies and for continuing the unlawful occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Many have found that the pro-Bush doctrine 9/11 Commission not only failed to help us understand what happened; it also omitted or distorted most of the facts. But if we really want to zero in on the exact turning point around which we plunged into chaos, we need to focus in particular on the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings. This is where our hearts were wrenched and our minds were made ready for never-ending war, torture, and apparently the end of everything that was American. If we are ever to emerge from this insanity, we need to know how three tall buildings collapsed due to fire, all on the same day, when no such thing has ever happened before.

Is there any doubt at all that the Bush administration committed acts of terrorism when it unlawfully used force and violence against the nation of Iraq to intimidate and coerce its government and the civilian population, in furtherance of the Bush/PNAC political and social objectives.

While the real threats to life in America and on Earth are completely ignored by the media (and the Bush / Obama administrations), we are convinced that terrorists are the only real threat out there. Political corruption, crime and environmental toxins have killed more people than all the terrorist attacks combined. Global warming may result in global catastrophe. These are threats that we can prevent to some extent. The Bush administration’s policies are making these threats worse while they pretend to protect us from terrorists.

Both the Bush administration and now the Obama administration have endangered us all with most of their policies and they are not protecting anyone from terrorist threats. The media would have you believe otherwise.

Sacrificing human rights in the name of security at home, turning a blind eye to abuses abroad and using pre-emptive military force where and when it chooses, have neither increased security nor ensured liberty. The US has lost its high moral ground and its ability to lead on peace and elsewhere. Since September 11, 2001 a flood of federal legislation has reduced American freedom without increasing our security.

Weapons, or tools of death, can be found anywhere. Anyone with the will to kill and a little creativity can figure out a way to kill on a massive scale. A tiny explosive in the right place can kill millions; such as in a chemical plant or nuclear reactor. We have been falsely led to believe that WMDs, most specifically Iraqi WMDs are the greatest threat to Americans. The Bush/PNAC administration have used this fear in order to garnish support for their radical extremist agenda. The news media seems to be part of the scam.

It was not a weapon of mass destruction that took down the World Trade Center. We can never control every weapon on the planet because too many things can be used as weapons. We can however reduce the reasons for such anger and hatred that makes people want to kill us in large scale. We can do this by refraining from attacking any country without provocation. We can do this by settling our differences through peaceful means. We can do this by applying and adhering to the rule of law.

The Bush administration attacked 2 countries that did not attack or threaten the US. They mass murdered the civilian population of Iraq and Afghanistan for the US profit gain - namely oil from Iraq and Natural Gas pipeline in Afghanistan. George W Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice, Robert Gates and other Bush administration officials are all guilty of mass murder, torture, wars of aggression, crimes against peace and terrorism. The US is a member of the United Nations and as a member they are bound by US Law and the UN Charter to settle their differences by peaceful means and they are strictly prohibited from waging any war of aggression against any other nation. The Bush administration used the criminal acts of September 11, 2001 to begin their war of lies and corruption against the US people and the World. Their War on Terror is a War based entirely on Lies. Neither Iraq nor Afghanistan attacked the US or any of the US allies on September 11, 2001. They would have the US people believe they did. This is the biggest lie of all times. This is the biggest crime of all times. They sold their lies to the US people and to the US Congress. They waged war against 2 countries that did not attack the US. They attacked and murdered innocent people. They have enslaved those innocent people. They have accused the innocent people of Iraq and Afghanistan of a crime that they did not commit and the US continues to murder and imprison the innocent people of Iraq and Afghanistan.

While the Bush/PNAC/US Media team has us fear Iraq, terrorists and other select WMDs, there are other threats all around us, including conventional WMDs like the ones we were supposed to be in Iraq. Our environmental policy alone will be responsible for the untimely death of millions of people, but more obvious is the many weapons that are around us right now that we are not paying attention to - like the United States weapon of mass destruction called HAARP that is used to attack foreign states by creating and controlling hurricanes, heat waves, flooding and earthquakes. What about the biological weapon called the A-H1N1 virus that was released in 2009, not by terrorists but by the United States government, in a failed attempt to kill millions. The next time we might not be so lucky.

If WMDs were really the issue we would be securing the ones right here at home. As you can see we pay them little attention, which only proves that it is not about WMDs.

Be aware that when the terror alert is raised there is probably a political agenda behind it that is being hidden. The first orange alert covered up the fake Colin Powell dossier story, although it hit in Europe like a ton of bricks.

Keep in mind that a possible reason that we are not really being protected as promised is because the threat of terror was hyped in the first place. We are at greater risk from pollution than we are from terror! We are a greater risk from the president of the United States assuming dictatorial powers than we are from a terror attack. Bin Laden didn’t take away the US people’s rights and freedoms the US government did that. Bin Laden didn’t bankrupt the US the US government did with their $trillion embezzlement of US Tax dollars. Bin Laden didn’t create a housing bubble and then started taking away your homes through orchestrated foreclosures. Bin Laden didn’t cause millions of Americans to lose their jobs the US government did. Bin Laden is not a terrorist your government is. A clear and present danger exists in the US today and the government is the only real terrorist threat to the rights, freedoms and prosperity of the US people.

According to a report issued by the US Department of State on April 2004, thirty-five (35) American citizens died from international terrorism world-wide in 2003.- The extent of the harm to U.S. citizens does not either warrant a “war on terrorism”: In the same year as 35 U.S. citizens were killed for political reasons world-wide, 16,503 persons were murdered and 93,433 persons were raped in the U.S. alone (FBI statistics). This alone demonstrates that the motive for the “war on terrorism” is not the number of victims nor their identities. During the same year 5 million people died from smoking related illness. Which is a bigger threat to life?

JFK - “Let us call a truce to terror. Let us invoke the blessings of peace. And as we build an international capacity to keep peace, let us join in dismantling the national capacity to wage war.”

JFK - “We are not afraid to entrust the American people with unpleasant facts, foreign ideas, alien philosophies, and competitive values. For a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.”

JFK - “Our duty as a party is not to our party alone, but to the nation and, indeed, to all mankind. Our duty is not merely the preservation of political power but the preservation of peace and freedom.”