9/11 Theory: Was the Kremlin afraid of George Bush expanding NATO into the Former Soviet Republics?

Conservative News Update:

I had an interesting conversation with a man from the former Soviet Republic of Georgia this morning. He said “the US needs to protect Georgia and the Ukraine from a Russian invasion”. I told him: “Well, I would agree with you if Obama wasn’t the President, but he is in bed with Putin. They already have made a deal”.

He agreed that Obama can’t be trusted. He also agreed with my theory that Russia was involved with 9/11 (via Iran) as retaliation for GW Bush trying to expand NATO into the former Soviet Republics.

I am the only analyst on the Internet to link the expansion of NATO with 9/11. I will be proven correct one day, but the truth is being hidden. In the summer of 2001, George Bush gave a speech about Georgia and the Ukraine joining NATO.

Well, 3 months later 9/11 happened and those Republics never joined NATO ever since.  Now, Putin wants those former Soviet Republics back and that shows how ticked off he was at George Bush  after that June 2001 speech. 9/11 was a message from the Kremlin to Washington to “stay away from the former Republics”. 

The Russians rewarded Iran by building all of those lovely nuclear plants for them.  This is how I see it…  

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One thought on “9/11 Theory: Was the Kremlin afraid of George Bush expanding NATO into the Former Soviet Republics?

  1. Bush really invaded Iraq and Afghanistan to have Iran surrounded. Putin and the Democrats worked together to undermine the US Military and Bush from attacking Iran for their involvement with 9/11. People now see that Putin was capable of being involved with 9/11 via his Iranian proxies as his useful idiots on the Internet blamed George Bush and Israel for the attacks.

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