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originally posted by: KaDeCo
Not sure where it goes, or if duplicate. Move or what not!
Now that's out of the way I saw an interesting posting by 2127 News. I never saw this site before today, but it might be well known around here. Anyway the post states that Fox News posted an attack on US Soil happening 9/11/2014. And then took the site down. Well anyone can make up a website on Fox News that doesn't exist so you get a 404 error but.. the wayback machine states the page did exist with the disturbing url showing 9/11/2014. Screenshots in link.
2127 Isis Attack
Combined with articles like this:
USAF General warns of 9/11
And another posting (I will try to locate and post) stating that another 9/11 will happen in shopping malls... it makes me go... hmmm. Is this real? Faked? I have no idea but when you check out the wayback machine it does show the page -did- indeed exist.
www.foxnews.com...*" target="_blank" class="postlink">WayBack
originally posted by: armakirais
JUst a question ?
Why do it on an anniversary date , when expected? would it not be better to do it on a date that is not expected ?
... Saving a link in 'archive.org' does not mean the link is a real one, please see this one I just added to archive myself:
Archive saves the page so it seems impressive, but it's obviously not a real link ... The only article that appeared was loaded up on the generic "Fox Weekly" site; there's no evidence that this article was ever on the real "Fox News" website. Nick Varnalis is the prime suspect for this hoax (see below)].