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This article details Joe Biden's meeting with the chief financier of the 9/11 hijackers Mahmoud Ahmad in the days after September 11, and and how Ahmad was then allowed to travel freely back to Pakistan. Also, on the morning of the 9/11 attacks, Ahmad was at a breakfast meeting hosted by Sentor Bob Graham and Rep. Porter Goss, the chairman of the Senate and House Intelligence committees.

This article is reprinted here as a part of the summary article A Summary of Long Term ”Neocon Globalist” Agendas of the Global Elite.

Biden Admits Post-9/11 Meeting with Hijacker's Financier

by Paul Joseph Watson,

June 5, 2007

Joe Biden

Presidential candidate Senator Joe Biden admitted meeting with the chief financier of the 9/11 hijackers in the days after September 11 after being confronted by We Are Change founder Luke Rudkowski in the press room following Sunday's Democratic debate in New Hampshire.

According to the FBI and as confirmed by various news reports at the time, Pakistani ISI General Mahmoud Ahmad instructed Omar Saeed Sheikh, the alleged assassin of Daniel Pearl, to wire $100,000 to alleged lead hijacker Mohammed Atta in the summer of 2001.

Arriving exactly one week before 9/11, the general met with Pentagon, White House National Security Council and CIA officials, including George Tenet and Marc Grossman, then U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.

On the very morning of 9/11, Ahmad was at a breakfast meeting on Capitol Hill hosted by Senator Bob Graham and Rep. Porter Goss, the chairmen of the Senate and House Intelligence committees.

Two days after the attack on the twin towers and the Pentagon, on September 13th, Senator Joseph Biden, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, met with the ISI chief.

No adequate explanation has been forthcoming as to why top government and intelligence officials were meeting with the money man behind the alleged hijackers before and after 9/11.

Shortly after the Democratic debate had finished on Sunday, Prison Planet reporter Rudkowski was able to get access to the CNN spin room and confront presidential candidate Biden about his 9/11 meeting with the Pakistani General.

Pakistani ISI General Mahmoud Ahmad.
”We asked him the question - what was he doing with the head of the Pakistani ISI General Mahmoud Ahmad,” said Rudkowski.

”He told me - he admitted that he met with him - he met with the head of the Pakistani ISI - he said I told them not to do it, I told them not to wire the money - I told them to stop supporting the Taliban, which shows he had foreknowledge of them supporting him.”

”I told him - sir, he funded the hijackers, you did business with him, you let him go - he's free,” said Rudkowski, to which Biden responded, ”Get a life kid,” after which Rudkowski was pushed away by Biden's security staff.

Biden's comments demand immediate explanation and an investigation into why Mohammed Atta's chief financier was allowed to leave the United States without even being questioned by authorities after having met with top Bush administration and other public officials.

The We Are Change organization, who made headlines for their recent head-to-head with Rudy Giuliani , were also busy speaking truth to power and confronting other high profile figures during their visit to New Hampshire.

Rudkowski said the event was packed with Ron Paul supporters and 9/11 truthers, outnumbering everybody besides Obama and Clinton acolytes.

The group confronted Bohemian Grove members Bill Richardson and David Gergen at the event, causing Richardson to run and leave the building, while Gergen attempted the laugh the subject away before the subjects of male prostitution at the Grove and Molec was mentioned, at which point Gergen also hurriedly left.

Another member of the group, Nate Evans, confronted Hillary Clinton at a fundraiser in New York, calling her ”Queen Hillary” and was immediately assaulted by secret service, physically thrown out of the event and chased away.

Clinton was also asked about 9/11 and her association with the Bilderberg Group but completely ignored the questions.

Video footage from all the confrontations will be made available in the coming days.

Fabled Enemies Trailer - Joe Biden

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Following is a description and partial transcript of a video segment speaking about questionable activities of Joe Biden from the Jason Bermas documentary "Fabled Enemies."

View the official website for the documentary Fabled Enemies.

View the full video here..

Narrator (Jason Bermas): ”Joe Biden, who had also met with the head of the Pakistani ISI, had harsh words on the Senate Floor..”

Joe Biden: ”.. and the word should go out to those who pretend that they wish to be our friends that they are going to have to make some very difficult choices, Pakistan in particular, is going to have a make a very difficult choice, very soon.. Words will not be sufficient, actions will be demanded..”

When Biden was confronted, he confirmed his meeting with Mahmoud Ahmad, saying Pakistani intelligence was indeed funding the Taliban..

Activist Luke Rudkowski : ”In the days following 9/11 you met with the head of Pakistani ISI General Mahmoud Ahmad .. it has since come to light that he ordered [ Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh ] to wire $100,000 to Mohamed Atta.. Why was he allowed to go back to Pakistan, and why wasn't he questioned, and why were you meeting with him?”

Biden.. ”I met with him to deliver a message.. if he DIDN'T, he DIDN'T stop supporting the Taliban, we would take him out.”

Luke Rudkowski : ”Why did we let him go? We let him fly freely, we never investigated him, we never even looked into him..”

Biden: ”Look, there is a thing called 'diplomatic passports,' we did not arrest Khrushchev when he came..”

Luke Rudkowski : ”He financed the hijackers and you let him go, he is free..”

Biden: ”No one knew he financed the Hijackers”

Narrator: ”[ Biden ] would later state that the information was indeed classified ..”

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