a reply to: Slichter
I would argue the architects contribution was minimal and strictly controlled.
The plaza was often a windswept, unpleasant area. He knew it would be because of the canyon effect. So he designed a boundary of stores and
restaurants, which were never built because he was over-ruled.
They needed the plaza open for the photographers to rush up and get fleeting shots of the second incident after the first had summoned them. Only it
all went wrong, as usual with complex false flags, and both towers failed to detonate. This led to the crude back-up detonations, and in the
intervening time we got all the photographic and video evidence needed to prove fraud.
This also led to the ridiculous hot fires story. At the time there were some news reports suggesting baggage handlers may have put bombs in the
aircraft. That's what the story was supposed to be, had both towers detonated on impact. Slightly more plausible, especially with the dearth of
photographic and video evidence had the towers detonated on impact.
It would be one down. Photographers rush to scene. Second down, quick, panicked shots as it comes down towards them, then in under the overhangs of
the surrounding buildings where some cameras would survive. That's what they intended for us. A few blurry images from the site and a few ten second
'collapses' from the surrounding area. No fires, no jumpers, a quick, 'humane', sacrifice.
That's why I think he was overruled on the windbreak of stores and restaurants. For the few close up propaganda images they wanted.
Keen students will realise the method of construction allowed for the reinforced concrete infill panels in the core to be added in secrecy. All
university and engineering websites to my knowledge say the core walls were drywall. But the insurance money was paid for buildings in which, 'The
Core Comprises Steel Beams And Columns With Reinforced Concrete Infill Panels'. You'll see them blowing out in the photographs. Optimal placement of
explosives. Maximum destruction. Minimum wasted energy and noise.
All serious students should ask, where are the photographs of the core wall construction? The biggest building in the world and no one thought to
document their part in building all those core walls? Did the Saudis stop all those workmen from documenting their work?
If Donald's going to tell me who did it, he'll be telling me who installed the explosive filled concrete panels in the core walls.
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3 2016 by Kester because: (no reason given)
Here we see the explosive concrete infill panels in position, concealed behind the drywall as reported by people who tried to smash through to get
around a locked door. The windows are in place but the interior office walls have not yet been added.
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These are building bombs. Military installations. Observe the lack of flair or art. Even the slightly wider windows at the top were only added to the
design after a public campaign started by those concerned at the lack of adequate views from Windows on the World.
There will be others.
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