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Message Subject Mad World
Poster Handle Seer777
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I recently heard about what some call, the 'first 9/11'.

I have been wondering ever since, if the date was chosen for our 9/11, for that reason. Those who did the choosing that is..


I've been trying to find a way to broach this topic for months now.

In South America 9/11 is remembered as the anniversary of the US backed coup in Chile that installed the Pinochet dictatorship (1973)
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 Quoting: Seer777


Augusto Pinochet: Villain to Some, Hero to Others

On Sept. 11, 1973, he ordered a fierce ground and air assault on the presidential palace. In a recorded radio communication that day, Pinochet discussed the attack with Vice Admiral Patricio Carvajal, a fellow coup plotter. Carvajal had been in touch with Allende, who was holed up in the palace, and he relayed a message that Allende wanted to talk.

Pinochet interrupts him, shouting, "Unconditional surrender! No negotiation! Unconditional surrender!"

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As it turned out, Allende was never put on a plane. Surrounded and under attack, he shot himself in the head rather than surrender to Pinochet's forces.

In the days that followed, Pinochet's security forces rounded up Allende supporters wherever they could find them. Many were tortured. More than 3,000 were killed or disappeared. One hundred thousand Allende supporters went into exile.

Ariel Dorfman, who fled to the United States, thinks Pinochet concluded that once he launched his brutal crackdown, he had no option but to go all the way.

"When you begin with that level of violence, I think the fear that is generated inside people like Pinochet forces them to continue a reign of terror that will not stop because it's the only way in which you can silence the voices," Dorfman says. "Remember that Allende had received 45 percent of the vote in the previous election. That's an enormous amount of people to repress."

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 Quoting: Seer777


Article from 2003

Two 9/11s, one story

Roger Burbach

To understand better what happened in New York in 2001, go back to Chile in 1973



On the morning of September 11 I watched aircraft flying overhead. Minutes later I heard explosions and saw fireballs of smoke fill the sky. As a result of these attacks thousands died, including two good friends.
I am not writing about September 11 2001 in New York City. I am writing about another September 11 - an equally horrible one - in 1973. The planes I saw were warplanes and their target was the presidential palace in Santiago, Chile. These two September 11s are related in many ways, and both help us understand why George Bush has led the US into a quagmire in Iraq.

On September 11 1973 Salvador Allende resided in the Chilean presidential palace. He was the first freely elected socialist leader in the world, and ever since his victory in September 1970, the CIA and the US government, headed by Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger, were determined to oust Allende and his Popular Unity coalition.

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^^

Just found out about this rather recently, having been completely ignorant of said event, up to that time.


Could our 9/11 been in part, a revenge attack for the Chilean 9/11?

Seems plausible..
 
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