What caused the 9/11 tragedy?
When dissecting the whole matter it becomes clear that the ultimate responsibility lies at the doorstep of Bill Clinton.
During Clinton's presidency al-Qaeda attacked the U. S. Navel Ship, The USS Coal on October 12, 2000, killing 17 American sailors and injuring 39.
Then president Bill Clinton made no military response. Therefore encouraging al-Qaeda.
Going back even further.February 26, 1993 a truck bomb went off in the North Tower of The World Trade Center Tower. This was immediately after Clinton took office, and he said, "we will pursue this", but he proved to be all talk and no action.
This led to the bombing in 2000 of the U.S. Embassy of both Kenya and Tanzania.
Bill Clinton's strategy throughout these terrorist attacks was to deflect any attention away from himself.
During that time al-Qaeda had been planning the second attack on the World Trade Center. With such a weak response to the previous attacks the momentum was in full swing, and al-Qaeda was becoming bolder and viewing the U.S. as a "paper tiger."
After the 9/11 attacks Bill Clinton spoke out on the news that there were 1000 hours of al-Quaeda phone conversations that had never been translated. His immediate response was to try to blame George W. Bush, however, those 1000 hours were collected during HIS presidency and they were NEVER translated.
Because of Bill Clinton's lack luster response, 9/11 was a total devastation.
At this point after four years of Obama on one side of his mouth he is going after al-Quaeda like gang busters, and from the other side he is appologizing and not wanting to blame the current attacks on terrorism.
The most recent attack in which the Ambassador and three other Americans were killed was blamed on a movie maker.
Ambassador Christopher Stevens had been asking for more security and it was refused. If this is proven to be accurate, the death of the Ambassador and three others rests at the doorstep of Hilary Clinton for refusing protection.
Why did they refuse to protect?
Because they did not want to create a combative impression.