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Ex-Malaysian premier still says 9-11 inside jobEx-Malaysian premier says 9/11 inside job

by PressTV

Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad has once again stated that the September 11 attacks were a staged event, rejecting claims that his comments are a publicity stunt.

“What do I gain from a publicity stunt? I am merely going by a public statement. I am not going to be a Prime Minister anymore unless you (pointing to a journalist) want me to …” the former Malaysian prime minister told reporters on Friday.

After watching a three-hour video of the attack on the World Trade Center buildings, Mohamad, had suggested earlier in his blog that the twin towers had collapsed “demolition style.”

Later on Friday, Mahathir also called on local television stations to show the three-hour video.

“It sounds logical to me. Until today, you cannot even find scraps of the plane that crashed into the World Trade Centre and there is no picture of the other plane, which was supposed to crash.”

“The way the tower came crashing down was also funny. People who saw it were also not ordinary people. They were professional engineers and what they say is quite credible.”

“I wish some television stations would consent to show the video as it is not long and only three hours. You can then see what I saw.”

Mahathir also said some people were afraid of saying anything critical about the governments of powerful countries or accusing them of doing something wrong.

“But the government of powerful countries said lies to go to war,” he added.

“I have great respect for the Arabs but for them to hijack four planes is not very Arab. Just imagine the amount of planning that would be involved.”

Rejecting claims that he was being insensitive to the victims, Mahathir stressed that he was “being more sensitive to the victims” as he was saying the attacks were carried out “deliberately.”

The former Malaysian prime minister also said that his views about how 9/11/2001 attacks were carried out would not affect Malaysia’s chances of attracting foreign investment.

“I have said this many times even when I was the prime minister. But we still have the foreign direct investment. However, we cannot rely on foreign direct investments alone. We must build on our own system,” he said.

Mahathir made the comments at a debut held for a book titled Civilizations, Nomadic Migrations, Empires and The Trail of Islam, at the Islamic Arts Museum in Kuala Lumpur.

The book which entails the history of mankind, origin and commonality of major religions, is authored by Syed Salem Albukhary.

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Your Comments

  • Shantz

    Regardless of this guy’s English, there was definitely some shenanigans going on that day beyond what is covered in the official conspiracy theory. I wonder what your thoughts are on WTC 7, Erik? No plane hit the building, and it came down into a heap at near free-fall speed. On any other day, in any other city, this would’ve been the biggest story in the world. A 47 story reinforced steel structure collapsed out of sympathy. If you can explain how the hijackers pulled that feat off, you’d be doing better than the NIST.

  • Colin

    The comment about Arabs and organisation was funny though. I laughed for quite some time. They are getting better though!
    Malaysian English also is a bit strange, so don’t take comments like “ordinary people” to heart.
    Mahatir is still very influential in Malaysia, so it is a good time to focus more effort on the truth movement there. If some so-called “conspiracy” material can be shown on national TV, these broadcasts can be picked up in Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore.

  • http://zelikow.wordpress.com Erik Kamfjord

    Or “It sounds logical to me. Until today, you cannot even find scraps of the plane that crashed into the World Trade Centre and there is no picture of the other plane, which was supposed to crash. … The way the tower came crashing down was also funny. People who saw it were also not ordinary people. They were professional engineers and what they say is quite credible.” for instance.

    The tower? The plane? …were also not ordinary? Long time since I heard a politician rape grammar so violently. Again, I blame the translation.

    Finally, is he missing pictures of the plane or of the crash-site?

    At least they got the epic journalist-comment right. :D

  • http://zelikow.wordpress.com Erik Kamfjord

    Take “I have great respect for the Arabs but for them to hijack four planes is not very Arab. Just imagine the amount of planning that would be involved.” for example.

    He is wearing a Palestinian-scarf in the picture at PressTV. The scarf is the number one way to signal one’s support for Palestine or dissosiation from the Israeli nationstate (not jewish culture or faith). Eventhough Semites traditionally are considered an Arab-tribe there is no doubt whatsoever that the Palestinians are Arabs.

    In short; if the translation is correct he’s talking shit about the Yankees while sporting a Yankee-shirt. I doubt it.

    Another media-crusified truther?

  • http://zelikow.wordpress.com Erik Kamfjord

    I think Press TV f’ed up the translation as much as they could (get away with).

  • http://buyerbeaware.blogspot.com David Jeremiah

    “If they can create Avatar they can create anything.” Dr.Mahathir Mohamad

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