Following the threat of the US intervention in its wars against NATO, also targeting European regions, Russia has warned the States of releasing secret satellite images related to 9/11 attacks.
President Vladimir Putin has reportedly claimed that Russia has some pictures associated with the 9/11 attack that can reveal the hidden secret of the nation. The warning from Russia has given conspiracy theorists an opportunity to believe that the nation might have collected evidence to show the involvement of the US government in plotting the severe attacks.
It has long been speculated that Russia won’t keep calm when the relation between the two nations has reached the worst points since the Cold War ended. According to analysts, Putin’s only attempt to put US President Barack Obama into minor troubles was considered as the “calm before the storm,” according to analysts. They understood that Russia would hit hard no matter whenever it hits.
Russian political website Pravda published a report on February 7, 2015, where the media outlet revealed Russia’s attempt to release “authoritative evidence” that could prove direct involvement of the White House in the 9/11 attacks. “Putin is going to hit once, but he’s going to hit hard,” the article read.
“Russia is preparing the release of evidence of the involvement of the US government and intelligence services in the September 11 attacks. The list of evidence includes satellite images. Published material can prove the US government complicity in the 9/11 attacks and the successful manipulation of public opinion.”
“The attack was planned by the US government, but exercised using her proxy, so that an attack on America and the people of the United States looked like an act of aggression by international terrorist organizations.”
Millions of copies of the newspaper were sold with the publication of the report.
Meanwhile, the Daily Star reported that conspiracy experts believe that the World Trade Center attack, for which the terrorist group Al-Qaida had been held responsible, was actually planned and backed by then-US President George Bush and team.