September 11

911On November 10, 2001, President George W. Bush addressed the United Nations General Assembly and said:

Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th, malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame away from the terrorists themselves, away from the guilty.

There you have it. The Commander in Chief asks that you NOT believe the outrageous and malicious lies you’ve heard.

Ironically, one of the most outlandish and contrived lies is that a 44-year-old former CIA asset operating out of a cave in Afghanistan conspired with 19 flight school dropouts to hijack four airliners and fly them around the most secure airspace in the world for almost two hours, weaving in, out, and around 35 in-range Air Force bases before dropping three Manhattan skyscrapers, and crashing into the headquarters of the world’s most advanced military.

If President Bush doesn’t want to shift the blame away from the guilty terrorists, then first we have to determine: Who the heck ARE the guilty terrorists?

“I knew within hours of the attacks on 9/11/2001 that it was an inside job. Based on my 11-year experience as an FAA Air Traffic Controller in the busy Northeast corridor, including hundreds of hours of training, briefings, air refuelings, low altitude bombing drills, being part of huge military exercises, daily military training exercises, interacting on a routine basis directly with NORAD radar personnel, and based on my own direct experience dealing with in-flight emergency situations, including two instances of hijacked commercial airliners, I state unequivocally: There is absolutely no way that four large commercial airliners could have flown around off course for 30 to 60 minutes on 9/11 without being intercepted and shot completely out of the sky by our jet fighters unless very highly placed people in our government and our military wanted it to happen.”

~Robin Hordon, Former FAA Air Traffic Controller at the Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center, located in Nashua, NH, 1970 – 1981. Former Certified Commercial Pilot. Former Certified Flight Instructor and Certified Ground Instructor.

For more clues, look here: The September 11, 2001 Attacks.

[tags]false flag, 9/11, September 11, terrorism, conspiracy[/tags]

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10 Responses to September 11

  1. writer x says:

    I agree, but let me at least point out that Osama was not a CIA asset. This was proven by Peter Bergen in his book ” Holy War Inc.”

  2. JoeC says:

    writer x: You’re right…as far as we know, Osama wasn’t a direct CIA employ. BUT the CIA was using him against the Russians in the Afghanistan in the 1980s…in the sense of being a useful ally, he was an asset…even if the CIA’s funding and help was going through Pakistan’s ISI to reach him. What about the “bin Laden was Tim Osman” story? I’m assuming that was made up and NOT factual, but I haven’t seen a good refutation of it…any good links about that rumor, one way or another?

  3. pelmo says:

    My big question is, why did he not react in any way when he was told about the attacks while reading to the children?

    Could it have been that the guy leaning over and whispering in his ear was just saying “mission accomplished”.

  4. Warren says:

    Today is about 9/11/2001.

    There’s only one important question concerning the attacks, did the US gov’t allow/participate in 9/11?

    The answer to that query would explain the illegal wire-taps, suspension of habeas corpus, banning of books like “America Deceived” from Amazon, detaining of dissenters in fences miles away from events, and multiple wars based on lies.

    How can the gov’t be innocent in 9/11 when we have caught it lying so many times (WACO, Ruby Ridge, no WMDs, USS Liberty, Operation Northwoods, Gulf of Tonkin, Pearl Harbor, ETC.)?

    In law, if you determine a person lies ONCE during his testimony, it can be assumed that he lied in the remainder of his testimony. How come we do not hold the gov’t to the same standard as it holds us to?

    The gov’t lied to us about Iraq and more Americans have died there than in 9/11. If the gov’t lied about Iraq then why is everyone so reluctant to believe that the gov’t lied about 9/11?

    Final link (before Google Books bends to pressure and drops the title):

  5. Buddy says:

    For factual, persuasive proof that 9/11 was an inside job, got to YouTube and watch “September Clues”.

  6. I think there is a huge mass of circumstantial evidence, coupled with just an amazingly bizarre set of anomalies and “coincidences” (eg, the drawing off of U.S. air power into a set of “exercises” (Vigilant Guardian, etc) that both reduced our capacity to respond, and caused confusion in whatever response was mounted), that must lead any thinking person to consider at least the possibility that the U.S. government was involved in the events of 9/11.

    But the psychological barrier to actually absorbing such a concept are simply too formidable for the Joe Blow to overcome. It implies too much. It rips far too deeply into the a priori fabric of the common world view. Look into that dark place, and you can never look back at the rest of it with anything like security, or even complacency.

    No, Joe Blow Neo will take the blue pill, thank you very much. Better to sleep, and never even dream.


  7. warren pease says:

    Re conspiracies as normal, everyday occurrences…

    First off, I don’t believe that a small group of highly powerful people get together once a month in a discreet banquet room in an understated but elegant hotel somewhere in the south of France with the exclusive purpose of deciding the most effective ways to screw up my life for the next few weeks.

    I do, however, believe that at any given moment there are literally thousands — maybe lots more — ad hoc conspiracies of mutual convenience afoot that draw certain people with certain skill sets together to plan and execute an attack on a mutual enemy.

    I’ve just described the exact nature of a high-level marketing strategy meeting at any of the numerous high-tech corporations I’ve consulted with, my job in most cases being to translate features and benefits into marketing messages that boost the product on its own merits while attacking the alleged deficiencies of the competition.

    Tactics include sowing FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt), questioning performance claims or raising compatibility issues, with the express purpose of eroding their competitors’ sales, their market position, stealing their customers and, in the best case, driving them out of business.

    Now, if that kind of sociopathic behavior is normal in today’s hyper-competitive, zero-sum business environment — and I submit some version of the above is prevalent in most successful companies, no matter the industry or the product — why is it so hard to imagine that people who hold analogous positions in the public sector are immune from this kind of approach to destroying the competition?

    Rest of the article here:


  8. Xman says:

    In law, when it is discovered that a witness has lied, it is presumed that all the witness has said previously and afterward is also a lie. This applies to not telling the whole truth, conveniently not being able to recall and withholding information under the cover of honor.

    This government has shown itself not to be credible and so we waste time in considering and evaluating each new disclosure.

    Unless we are hopelessly Soddom and Gomorah…ized, then those few good and honest servants still remaining need to band together and publicly call for cutting out the disease…and take action to do it.

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