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Ex-Italian president says 9/11 was an inside job -- and it's common knowledge among global intel agencies

This isn't something I've seen on any news site (I'm subscribed to thousands of RSS feeds), but that's a phenomenon that's been foreseen in the sources that report this news. In late November 2007, former Italian president, and currently President Emeritus of Italy, Fransisco Cossiga went public on 9/11, telling Corriere della Sera, Italy's oldest and most widely circulated newspaper, that the CIA and the Mossad were responsible for the terror attacks. He also added that this is common knowledge among global intelligence agencies.
This isn't something I've seen on any news site (I'm subscribed to thousands of RSS feeds), but that's a phenomenon that's been foreseen in the sources that report this news. In late November 2007, former Italian president, and currently President Emeritus of Italy, Fransisco Cossiga went public on 9/11, telling Corriere della Sera, Italy's oldest and most widely circulated newspaper, that the CIA and the Mossad were responsible for the terror attacks. He also added that this is common knowledge among global intelligence agencies.

I had no knowledge of who Cossiga is, but all online resources testify that: 1. he won a landslide victory to become president (over two-third of the population voted for him); 2. he blew the whistle on Operation Gladio (a rogue intelligence network under NATO auspices that carried out bombings in Europe in the 1960s, 70s and 80s); 3. he's considered a rare breed of politician -- of the honest kind.

According to GlobalResearch.ca, Cossiga first expressed his doubts about 9/11 way back in 2001, and is quoted in Webster Tarpley's book as saying that the mastermind of the attack must have been

a sophisticated mind, provided with ample means not only to recruit fanatic kamikazes, but also highly specialized personnel. I add one thing: it could not be accomplished without infiltrations in the radar and flight security personnel.

The site comments that

Coming from a widely respected former head of state, Cossiga's assertion that the 9/11 attacks were an inside job and that this is common knowledge amongst global intelligence agencies is highly unlikely to be mentioned by any establishment media outlets, because like the hundreds of other sober ex-government, military, air force professionals, allied to hundreds more professors and intellectuals - he can't be sidelined as a crackpot conspiracy theorist.

It will be interesting to see how the new US president addresses these allegations.

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