Monday, October 24, 2005

Icelandic Greens call for independent, international inquiry of 9/11

Fellow 9/11 Truther Elias Davidsson is sharing some more good news from Iceland. The Biannual Congress of the Icelandic Green-Left Party just closed. About 400 delegates attended. The Congress passed a resolution on 9/11. It was passed by the General Assembly of the Congress by acclamation, without opposing votes.

Basically, what the resolution does, is to call on the Icelandic government to produce the evidence that persons in Afghanistan were responsible for the 9/11 attack on N.Y and the Pentagon. With Iceland being a NATO member, its government was given «evidence» back in fall 2001 that the USA was attacked by Afghan people. The Greens would like to see this evidence, as it formed the basis for the (still ongoing) NATO-wide attack on Afghanistan, as we all know by now.

This «evidence», seen only by the top brass of Iceland and other NATO countries, has of course been kept a secret for four years across the alliance and the world, probably because there is no real evidence. If Icelandic Greens succeed in having this so-called evidence made public, the 9/11 Truth Movement should quickly learn to read Icelandic, as this will most likely mean an immense embarrassment to a lot of politicians across NATO and the Coalition of the Willing.

Here’s Elias Davidsson’s rush translation of the Icelandic resolution. As you will see, it also calls for an independent, international inquiry on 9/11.

Resolution regarding the events of 9/11 by the Bi-Annual Congress of the Green-Left Party of Iceland

The Congress of the Green-Left Party held in Reykjavik, 21-23 October 2005 calls on the Goverment of Iceland to produce the evidence on alleged responsibility of persons in Afghanistan for the terrorist acts of 11 September 2001, on which the Government based its support of the U.S. aggression and occupation of that country. The Congress urges the Parliamentary faction to act on this matter.

The Congress highlights that four years have passed since the commission of the terrorist acts of 11 September 2001, acts which shattered the world. These terrorists acts were crimes against humanity which were used by the governments of certain countries to initiate wars, increased surveillance of the population, to justify torture and greatly increase military expenditures.

The Congress wishes to convey its solidarity with the struggle of victims' families for the truth and supports the demand for an independent, international inquiry on these terrorist acts.

Adopted on 23 October 2005 by acclamation.

Congratulations and messages urging the adoption of a Parliamentary Motion on the above lines, can and should be sent to
Mr. Steingrimur J Sigfusson, Chairman, Green-Left Party (
Mr. Ogmundur Jonasson, Leader of Parliamentary Fraction, Green-Left Party (
Ms. Kolbrún Halldórsdottir, MP,
Mr. Jon Bjarnason, MP,
Ms. Thuridur Backman, MP,

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