Ten Facts We Learned About 9/11 in 2004

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  1. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    http://rigorousintuition.blogspot.com/


    Ten Facts We Learned About 9/11 in 2004


    1. The World Trade Center Black Boxes were recovered, though officials perpetuate the lie that they weren't.
    http://rigorousintuition.blogspot.com/

    2. FEMA really did arrive early in New York City, for the "bioterror drill" Tripod II, and Rudy Giuliani's testimony to that effect before the 9/11 Commission is its only public testimony which remains officially untranscribed.
    http://www.scoop.co.nz/

    3. The Total Information Awareness program was ready to roll out before Sept 11, and John Poindexter's office was established in the Pentagon no later than Sept 12.
    http://www.legitgov.org

    4. A recording of six air traffic controllers' same-day detailing of their communication with two hijacked planes on September 11 was purposefully destroyed by the FAA.
    http://www.nytimes.com/

    5. NORAD was conducting a live-fly simulation of multiple hijackings on the morning of 9/11, which effectively hamstrung a fighter response already compromised by exercises which took the bulk of interceptors far from the eastern seaboard.
    http://www.fromthewilderness.com/

    6. Dick Cheney was running a separate command and control communications system on 9/11, which whistleblower Indira Singh recognized as having "the exact same functionality I was looking to utilize [for] Ptech," the high tech terrorist and intelligence cut-out that "was set up in the basement of the FAA" for two years before the attacks. (Go to this page http://911busters.com/911-Commission.html to download video testimony of Mike Ruppert and Indira Singh on this subject.)
    http://www.fromthewilderness.com/PDF/CWspeech.doc
    http://justicefor911.org/September-Hearings.doc

    7. George Bush was unwilling to reluctantly meet members of his reluctantly struck 9/11 Commission unless Cheney accompanied him, both were unsworn, their words were unrecorded and untranscribed, the meeting was private and in the White House, and the members' notebooks were confiscated afterwards.
    http://www.cnn.com/

    8. That John Ashcroft made the case for Sibel Edmonds' State Secret Privilege gag order by claiming that disclosure of her testimony would "cause serious damage to the national security interests of the United States" suggests he is at least an accessory after the fact (Daniel Ellsberg believes Ashcroft deserving of jail time for his role in obstructing justice), as Edmonds has been able to say that her testimony involves "specific information implicating certain high level government and elected officials in criminal activities directly and indirectly related to terrorist money laundering, narcotics, and illegal arms sales."
    http://bellaciao.org/

    9. Donald Rumsfeld confirmed what we knew all along, that Flight 93 was shot down, and the corporate media flew into damage control for the Pentagon, saying the Secretary "misspoke" and "stoked conspiracy theories."
    http://www.cnn.com/2

    10. As Pakistan wound down the search for Osama bin Laden and "prohibited" American forces based in Afghanistan from making cross-border incursions into the Tribal Areas, Musharraf was rewarded with the approving words that his continuing rule remains an internal matter for Pakistanis. (Afghanistan was, arguably, more cooperative in their attempt to bring bin Laden to justice, and Iraq was not a rogue nuclear state.)
    http://www.rednova.com/
    http://www.dawn.com/

    We're getting there. Of course, they are there already, and have been for years. But we're catching on.
     
  2. atropine

    atropine Member

    im interested in how you can call this fact.. is there physical proof of their recovery? the slightest photo or video. (although i can see you saying they were confiscated also..) testimony that they were found and confiscated isnt fact. also quite funny that the link for this particular fact is just the general site that contains your post, and is linked at the top of your post anyway..

    and #9, it is very easy for someone to misspeak, while it very well could have been a freudian slip (as everyone loves to throw around), this doesnt confirm anything, and isnt a fact.

    also i love it how nearly every link is a very basic homepage link.. id also like factual proof of the destruction of the recordings (#4) as i again see this to be the same as the black boxes. could very well of happened, but without definate proof you cant call it fact. especially when your link to this fact is the nytimes homepage, not a link to a story about it.
     
  3. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/black_box.html

    You're allowed to think what you want to think.

    I just noticed that now. I would imagine it is because the original links have expired. However, a simple search on Google will turn up articles confirming the same thing. None of this is news to people who have been researching the events of 9/11.
     
  4. atropine

    atropine Member

    1. thats more like it :p i think ive read that story before also, or a very similar one.. although its exactly what i said - "testimony that they were found and confiscated isnt fact." while its another thing to think about, and not a thing to dismiss as false, it still isnt fact. its just a testimony from someone without proof.

    2. thats my point. its an opinion, not a fact.

    as for the recordings, again there isnt any solid proof of their confiscation and/or destruction. there is a lack of their existance, but i dont see this as proof of them being purposefully destroyed by the FAA. im not saying they werent, or that it isnt a plausible idea. the lack of their existance and the general idea on how america works makes it a very plausible idea, but it just isnt fact. (any im missing something..)
     
  5. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva

    It was almost 2 hours before Norad scrambled intercepters, with 4 airliners awol, as compared to 8 minutes in the case of Payne Stewarts Lear Jet, with 8 passengers.
     

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