Thursday, September 15, 2011

Francesco Cossiga, former Italian President: US CIA & Israeli Mossad did 9/11 for US & Zionist hegemony

Professor Francesco Cossiga was the 63rd prime minister and 8th president of Italy, professor of law at the University of Sassari, Sardinia, and intelligence intimate. He has been a lifetime senator, like all the former Presidents of the Italian Republic, since 1992. His current title is President Emeritus of the Italian Republic (see Wikipedia: )

Professor Francesco Cossiga in a famous interview with leading Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera re US CIA and Israeli Mossad involvement in 9/11 (2007): "As I’ve been told, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow [interview appeared on 30 November 2007] the most important chain of newspapers of our country should give the proof, with an exceptional scoop, that the video (which in reality is an audio tape, NdR) in which appears Osama, leader of “the great and powerful movement of islamic revenge Al Quaeda” - God bless him! - and in which are formulated threats to our ex president Berlusconi, is nothing more than a fake realized inside Mediaset studios [the huge television group owned by Berlusconi] in Milan and sent to arabic television station Al Jazeera. The trap was organized to create solidarity for Berlusconi, who is having lot of problems related to the tangle between RAI and Mediaset. From circles around Palazzo Chigi, nerve centre of direction of Italian intelligence, it is noted that the non-authenticity of the video is testified from the fact that Osama bin Laden in it 'confessed' that Al Qaeda was the author of the attack of the 11 September on the Twin Towers in New York, while all of the democratic circles of America and of Europe, in the front lines being those of the Italian centre-left, now know well that the disastrous attack was planned and realized by the American CIA and Mossad with the help of the Zionist world to put under accusation the Arabic Countries and to persuade the Western powers to intervene in Iraq and Afghanistan." [1].

[1]. Francesco Cossiga, quoted in :”Francesco Cossiga”, Wikipedia: .

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