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September 10, 2001: On the FBI’s Recent 9/11 Bombshell

The FBI recently released the redacted version of an internal file that sheds light on how much the agency knew before 9/11. Read the document below before taking in Mr. Fish’s brilliant response to the news.

Mr. Fish
Mr. Fish

Dwayne Booth (a.k.a., Mr. Fish) is a cartoonist, freelance writer and ScheerPost regular who has been published in many reputable and prestigious magazines, journals and newspapers. In addition to Harper’s Magazine, his work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, Vanity Fair, Mother Jones Magazine, the Advocate, Z Magazine, the Utne Reader,, and various European newspapers. He has also written novels, screenplays, short fiction and cultural criticism collections, and several volumes of political cartoons.


  1. So who or what is the target Mr Fish?
    The civilian victims in Iraq?
    The civilian victims in Afghanistan?
    The soldiers on both sides?
    The Truth?
    All of the above?

  2. I just discovered that Sheerpost has been sus[pended on Twitter. IS there anything I can do to reinstate it? THanks and give Bob my undying admiration and respect and yes, love!

      1. Well I just tried it and it still says “Account suspended.” I could take a screen shot but I forgot how to do that.

  3. Diabolical (in a good way) and hilarious in equal measure. Glad to see satire’s not completely dead yet.

  4. An agency of the shadow state (the one responsible for staging most terrorist threats in the Homeland) has released “redacted” material to further stonewall and mislead the public from recognizing how Uncle Sam used us as targets of 9/11, contrary to propaganda caricatures.

    1. Noam Chomsky put it perfectly when he declined to discuss anti-American entities as agents of world terror. His statement was that it is the U.S. That’s the most influential agent of terror in the world. He cited examples to support that statement which I don’t recall, but he didn’t just make an empty unsupported claim.

  5. Thank you, Mr. Booth! Let’s not get too far down the rabbit hole, folks. Blowback from petroleum exploits won’t end soon. This makes me think back to Edwin Black’s Internal Combustion (2008), a wonderful work illustrating a defining point in the quest for control.

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