Introduction — Dec 3, 2016
The fact the following survey was conducted by the Policy Exchange think tank tells us a lot about its findings.
The Policy Exchange’s website boasts that it attracts the “highest calibre of speaker”, including:
· General David Petraeus, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
· General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff
· Jose Maria Aznar, former Prime Minister of Spain
· John Howard, former Prime Minister of Australia
· Jonathan Powell, former Chief of Staff to Tony Blair
· Bill Bratton, former chief of police, Los Angeles Police Department
· Paul Tucker, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England
In other words the Policy Exchange is a New World Order think tank. Counting among its speakers senior Western military commanders, CIA directors, aides to Tony Blair and deputy Governors of the Bank of England it represents the Anglo-American faction of the NWO.
Part of the NWO’s agenda has been to foment strife between the Muslim world and the West, as in the Clash of Civilisations.
Sam Huntington’s Clash of Civilisations has been enormously influential with globalist strategists. It has helped shape a generation of foreign policy thinkers and in many respects it echoes General Albert Pike’s prediction of ‘three world wars’ over a century before.
So it’s no surprise that the Policy Exchange finds it “deeply troubling” that so many British Muslims entertain “wild and outlandish conspiracy theories”. Crucially however, Policy Exchange doesn’t explain why so many entertain such ideas — because to do so would reveal that the official version of 9/11 is as “wild and outlandish” as any “conspiracy theory”.
Pointedly the Policy Institute also omits to mention that many architects and engineers, pilots, fire fighters, academics and scholars also entertain these views.
Any mention of this would completely undermine its argument.
Instead, Policy Exchange stays focused on Muslims as if only Muslims and a few whacko “conspiracy theorists” entertain such views. However, it’s not only Muslims who question the official version of what happened on Sept 11, 2001; the 9/11 truth movement is growing across a variety of faiths.
Nor are the beliefs found by the survey quite as “wild and outlandish” as the Mail insinuates. For example 96% of those questioned said they didn’t believe Osama bin Laden was behind 9/11. But given the clear and mounting evidence indicating Israeli involvement and categorical denials by bin Laden that he was involved, this is hardly a “conspiracy theory”.
Yet this is what the New World Order and its presstitutes in the corporate media would have you believe. Ed.
Only one in 25 British Muslims believe Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 terror attack and believe ‘wild and outlandish conspiracy theories’ – but 93 per cent say they love the UK
Ian Drury — Daily Mail Dec 3, 2016
Only one in 25 British Muslims believe Al Qaeda was responsible for the September 11 attacks on the US, a poll has found.
The research said it was ‘deeply troubling’ that so many were willing to ‘entertain wild and outlandish conspiracy theories’.
A survey of more than 3,000 Muslims found 96 per cent did not believe Osama Bin Laden’s terror group carried out the atrocity. Some 31 per cent thought the American government was behind the strikes on the World Trade Centre and Pentagon, which claimed almost 3,000 lives. Another 7 per cent said it was a Jewish plot, while 58 per cent did not know.
The poll, for the Policy Exchange think-tank, found 93 per cent of those quizzed had a strong attachment to the UK, and more than half wanted to fully integrate with non-Muslims in all aspects of life.
Muslims were also more engaged in the political process than the population at large, and significantly more likely to have raised money for charity or volunteered at a local school.
However, it was described as ‘a cause for concern’ that one in four British Muslims did not believe extremist views existed – despite a spate of major terror attacks and the rise of Islamic State.
Almost half would not report it to the police if someone they knew was involved with supporters of terrorism in Syria.
Meanwhile, around two in five would support the introduction of sharia law, the legal system derived from the Koran.
The poll also found 40 per cent were in favour of gender-segregated classrooms, while 44 per cent thought schools should be able to force girls to wear traditional Islamic dress.