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Open Letter to Ivanka Trump: End the Fraudulent War on Terror

Christopher Bollyn

3 Golf Center, Suite 365

Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

Ivanka Trump, Special Assistant to the President

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

April 3rd 2017

RE: Ending the Fraudulent War on Terror

Dear Ivanka,

In your new position as Special Assistant to the President you need to be well informed on issues of national security. If your father is to succeed as president he will need advisors who see the big picture, apart from the pressures of special interest groups, in order to be able to craft policies that are truly in the nation's best interest – and terminate those which are not.

The fraudulent War on Terror is clearly a policy that is not in the best interest of the United States and which should be ended as soon as possible. The War on Terror is a fraud based on the lie that Islamic terrorists were behind the 9/11 terror attacks and the destruction of the World Trade Center. At MacDill Air Force Base on February 6, President Trump lent credence to that lie when he said, "Radical Islamic terrorists are determined to strike our homeland as they did on 9/11."

The documented evidence, however, proves without a doubt that the Twin Towers and WTC 7 were demolished by sophisticated explosive materials, including super-thermites created using nanotechnology, not by burning jet fuel or office fires. This means that Osama bin Laden and Al Qaida were wrongly blamed and framed for the terror atrocity in order to bring our nation into the pre-planned War on Terror. Policies based on such utterly false narratives cannot succeed and will fail to deliver peace or prosperity.

For more than fifteen years, under the guise of fighting terrorism, the U.S. has waged disastrous wars across the Middle East at great expense to this nation, not to speak of the cost to those we have attacked. The Costs of War Project at Brown University estimates the War on Terror to have cost $4.8 Trillion since 9/11. These wars are impoverishing America and the costs will burden our nation for generations to come.

The stability and infrastructure of a half-dozen developing nations have been destroyed as a result of the War on Terror: Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Yemen. The devastation we have inflicted on these nations has greatly set back their development and regional stability. Europe is currently experiencing the greatest influx of refugees since World War II as a direct result of these artificially imposed conflicts.

Under its "America First Foreign Policy" the White House says: "The Trump Administration is committed to a foreign policy focused on American interests and American national security. Peace through strength will be at the center of that foreign policy. This principle will make possible a stable, more peaceful world with less conflict and more common ground."

It goes on to say that "defeating ISIS and other radical Islamic terror groups will be our highest priority." Bombing "radical Islamic terror groups," however, is the legacy of the previous four administrations and has been an abysmal failure. President Trump's first two months in office have been marred by the high number of civilians killed by U.S. bombs in Yemen, Iraq, and Syria. We need to recognize that we cannot bring peace and stability to the Middle East by dropping more bombs. After 26 years of bombing Iraq and 15 years of bombing Afghanistan that should be obvious to all.

"There is no instance of a nation benefitting from prolonged warfare," Sun Tzu wrote in The Art of War. If President Trump truly wants to make a change for the better he will have to end the fraudulent War on Terror and seek peace through peaceful means. I hope you understand the importance of changing this disastrous policy and will help make that change possible.


Christopher Bollyn

Author of Solving 9/11: The Deception that Changed the World