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originally posted by: samkent
originally posted by: PublicOpinion
a reply to: Tellurian
That's a good one! Well said.
I must have missed that vid, looks like a great addition as well. Watching it right now, thanks.
Does the video contain any proof?
Or is it more speculation ?
You know proof is something that will stand up in court.
originally posted by: firerescue
a reply to: MarioOnTheFly
Guess you missed part where the "dancing Israelis" spent next few months in jail getting 3rd degree from FBI/CIA
After interrogating them for weeks determined have nothing to contribute - were expelled from country as
FBI had nothing to charge them with
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: PublicOpinion
From Christine Todd Whitman's Wikipedia page:
Whitman appeared twice in New York City after the September 11 attacks to inform New Yorkers that the toxins released by the attacks posed no threat to their health.
More than 1,100 have cancer after 9/11
Marcy Borders, "The Dust Lady"
Wrong again lady! EPA fails again.. slimeball politicians win again.. the people lose.. again. I'm disgusted by this bunch of jackals.
Christine Todd Whitman Dodging Any Blame (Of Course)
The Untold Story of 9/11: Bailing Out Alan Greenspan’s Legacy www.informationclearinghouse.info...
According to a report from the New York Fed, an “unprecedented” amount of liquidity was pumped into the system. The Congressional Research Service quantifies the “unprecedented” amount as “$100 billion per day” over a three-day period beginning on 9/11. But the idea that the bailout lasted only a few days or weeks is misguided. The consolidated annual reports of the Federal Reserve Banks show that the Fed’s balance sheet grew from $609.9 billion at the end of 2000 to $654.9 billion at the end of 2001 to $730.9 billion at the end of 2002 and $771.5 billion as of December 31, 2003. According to the 2001 Annual Report of the Chicago Fed, one unnamed bank was so grateful for the largess flowing from the Fed that it sent “a thousand packages of LifeSavers candy to each of the 45 Fed offices.” A report prepared by Stacy Panigay Coleman for the Federal Reserve’s Division of Reserve Bank Operations and Payment Systems indicated that the flood of money took various forms on and after 9/11: