portland independent media center  
images audio video
newswire article reporting global

imperialism & war

Japan - opposition party questions 9/11

Main japanese opposition party questions 9/11 in parliament - January and April 2008

Yukihisa Fujita is back for another round - April 24th, 2008
April 2008
April 2008
Januar 2008
Januar 2008
unhappy
unhappy
Main japanese opposition party questions 9/11 in parliament - January and April 2008

Yukihisa Fujita is back for another round - April 24th, 2008

On 24 April 2008 the main japanese opposition party demanded to end the support for the war on Afghanistan.
The Japanese parliamentarian Fujita again questioned the official version of 11 September 2001, because his party feels that
9/11 is the main reason for Japans involvement in the war and therefore 9/11 should be thorougly investigated.
The debate was also about a reduction in funds used to finance American military support,
and paying for US base utilities. Recently reports had been published implying that cluster bombs stored at US-bases
in Japan were used against civilian targets in Afghanistan. For more than 30 minutes Fujitas presented questions to Japan`s
minister of defense Ishida and the minister of foreign affairs Koumura. He talked of people connecting worldwide having access to information that professionals and former officials from the US share. Many question the official theory of 9/11 and demand new investigations. He presented a printout of the FBI homepage, which shows that Bin Laden is solely sought for the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in East Africa. He talked about a former airforce pilots who doubts the alleged highjackers were able to control the large Boeing jets used on 9/11.