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Author Topic: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?  (Read 13663 times)

Offline Cloxxki

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Re: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?
« Reply #30 on: April 06, 2010, 10:29:21 PM »
Hey, as long as Bin Laden is "out there", the war again terrorism obviously, is "on"!

I'm still baffled they'd choose a friend, or relative of friends, of the Bushes. Do they need this confusion? Or couldn't they find a more suitable dead guy to take the blame?
They even found Saddam, rather easily. And this is a guy who had opportunities to vanish. Out of fear, civilians would lie convincingly for him.

When was the last time "muslims" carried out an act of terrorism? All we get is Russian extremists.
The last politician killed in my country was a gay right winger, killed by a confused left wing activist. A white, christian, left winger. One flipped out muslim stabbed and killed an outspoken, islam-isulting filmmaker. He explored his freedom of speech, and passed the threshold of good taste, publically. If you insult a billion people's religion, one is bound to lose it. Try insulting Christ in the US, make is nasty. Will you life, happily and safely? Muslim are such warm and loyal people, if they are brought up properly. This IS their achilles' heel, especially when confronted with western ways, and being looked down upon as 2nd class citizen. It doesn't work well for them, and they are woking hard on that. But airplanes, impossible manoeuvres, the works...nah, too much effort. If there were extremist with the intention to spread fear, they'd hit much harder. Yes, I said harder. It only takes one madman, and nothing can prevent utter disaster if this one nutcase is intelligent. I may have seen too many Die Hard movies, but I do believe that one man with bad plans, can get the US in state of war, with any chosen enemy, and even trying to figure out who runs the country if even the VP is taken out. All the US people should fear, is the people who sell them medcare, charge them taxes, and write their laws.

Offline Cap-Z-ro

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Re: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?
« Reply #31 on: April 07, 2010, 01:13:05 AM »

At this point all possibilities on the method are valid...the important thing is that we know it was an inside job.


Offline altair

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Re: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?
« Reply #32 on: April 07, 2010, 05:36:08 PM »
People must get to the end of this as soon as possible because the important (incriminating) witnesses are dying one by one of suspicious causes, and the workers in the pit are dying of cancer.
The ones who know important facts should speak up now before it's too late.

Offline silverfish

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Re: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?
« Reply #33 on: April 08, 2010, 09:26:15 PM »
There was incriminating evidence relating to a securities fraud investigation of Bush, Cheney, and others.

The craft shot down in Philadelphia was designated to be crashed into Building 7...which is why they already had the charges in place to 'pull it'...when ordinarily it takes at least 2 weeks to set the charges in the correct locations.


My understanding is that the charges likely consisting of super nano-thermite or thermate would have had to be encapsulated inside the the support beams to be effectively triggered. Marvin Bush was in charge of security, so he would have been aware of any special teams coming in on some false pretext like servicing the electrics, wiring or whatever. There is no way a team like that could have access unless this was sanctioned at the highest level - what they did was pre-planned well in advance and the charges could have been set months before the event, including the mini-nuke, which was likely used because it literally pulverised large amounts of concrete and metal into fine dust and left tritium radiation traces, something which conventional explosives don't do. There is one photograph of a beam standing in the debris and it has been quite obviously sheered cleanly at an acute angle, which is what you would want if thermate were used, the top section destabilises and just slides off the base.
        The charges inside the beams could have been sitting there for God knows how long according to some pre-determined plan and there may be a similar setup to what happened in Oklahoma where the force of the explosion was out of all proportion to what was supposed to have caused it.
        If you want a real 911 commission instead of a blatant whitewash, then a full and complete testimony by Marvin Bush, accompanied with unadulterated cctv records of everything significant that took place in the buildings in the month leading up to the event, might reveal a very different picture than the fake scenario we have been brainwashed with up to now.

Offline Cap-Z-ro

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Re: 9-11 Collective hallucination ?
« Reply #34 on: April 09, 2010, 05:03:22 AM »

My earlier post"

" The was incriminating evidence relating to the securities fraud investigation of Bush, Cheney, and others. "

What I forgot to include was that the info was housed in 'Building 7'.

And I agree your post totally silver...but this issue is too divisive to initiate any responsibility process.

The only issue we can muster enough public support to get thing started, is their pedophelia...because most everybody is against that stuff.

That is their weak point...the entry point if you will.