Could the declassifying of 28 pages on 9/11 invalidate the war on terror?

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On Obama’s desk in the Oval Office…?Wiki Commons * ( Original image modified by CNLib )

¨a major FBI cover-up¨

¨Initially suppressed by the Bush Administration,
and still kept under wraps by Obama.¨

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Impending cybersecurity power grab: Not just for the U.S.

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“…Canada is now tied to United States cybersecurity strategies through commitments in the joint perimeter security Initiative. If the CISPA vision is adopted in the United States, Canadians can expect similar strategies to appear soon after.”  Katitza Rodriguez

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U.S.-Canada Perimeter Security and the Consolidation of North America

“The U.S. and Canada are very close to unveiling a North American perimeter security deal that would promote greater integration between both countries. This includes expanding collaboration in areas of law enforcement and intelligence sharing which could dramatically affect sovereignty and privacy rights.”
Dana Gabriel

“The concessions the Americans want is the transfer of enormous amounts of information about Canadians and others about whom Canada collects information. It is evident that to meet such expectations Canadian privacy laws will need to be ignored, violated or weakened.”
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Britain’s Official Secrets Act in the U.S. ?

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since 9/11, the Bush and Obama Administrations have engaged in such systematic lying and coverup of crimes under the guise of national security, that they are desperate to cover their trail. Having failed to bully the Federal courts into rubber stamping an out-of-control and unconstitutional abuse of the Espionage Act to suppress legitimate whistle-blowing, they are now prepared to push for Congress to take the lead in ripping up the U.S. Constitution.”    Jeffrey Steinberg, EIR Counter Intelligence Chief