- George Bush, the father of the current President, was at an investment conference hosted by the Carlyle Group, along with James Baker and Shafiq bin Laden, who is described as an estranged brother of Osama bin Laden; and
- General Mehmood Ahmad, the director of Pakistan's ISI, was at a breakfast meeting at the Capitol with the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Bob Graham, and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Porter Goss (who used to be in the CIA), who were actually quizzing him about Osama bin Laden and other issues when they heard about the WTC attacks (some accounts call it a 'quiet breakfast meeting', but others have more people in attendance).
So the idea is that this is very suspicious, as the bin Laden brother's meeting with Bush and Baker ties the bin Laden family to the Bush Crime Family on the very day when Osama attacked the United States (with the conspirators at Carlyle presumably discussing how they would profit off the war on terror which they knew would result from the attacks), and the head of the ISI, who has been accused of funding Mohammed Atta, meeting with the U. S. politicians in charge of overseeing American intelligence operations (which had to be manipulated to allow the attacks to occur). It seems to me that if either Shafiq bin Laden or General Ahmad had any inkling of the terrorist attack, the last place on earth they would want to be caught is in a public meeting with people who could in some way be connected to the framework of the terrorism. They may very well have wanted to be around to take advantage of the attacks, but they would not be in a suspicious position if they were aware that the attacks were about to occur. On the other hand, it would make perfect sense for someone who was working on the creation of an official explanation for what happened to arrange for these people to be in compromised positions on September 11. This allows for the option to elaborate the Official Story about 9-11 in whatever direction suits the manipulators at the time. It may seem odd, but this type of flexibility seems to be a part of all the best intelligence planning. The idea is to provide damning evidence against all possible groups which you might want to blame or manipulate, so that you will have the maximum options available to you depending on how the conspiracy develops. Playing up the Shafiq bin Laden angle allows them to solidify the Saudi and bin Laden family connection to 9-11, and even may allow them to put pressure on the President himself. Playing up the General Ahmad angle allows them to implicate Pakistan and the ISI, and may even allow them to put pressure on Pakistan to remove General Ahmad and rein in the ISI. The only people who were in a position to make such meta-plans would be those who both knew exactly when the attack was to occur, and were in a position to see to it that Shafiq bin Laden and General Ahmad were in the compromised positions at the requisite times.