posted on Sep, 30 2003 @ 12:28 AM
Andreas von Bulow shares his conspiracy theories with us from Germany. Too many things have come up to just be coincidence.
"Von Buelow: --which were not able to prevent the attacks. In fact, they didn't even have an inkling they would happen. For 60 decisive minutes, the
military and intelligence agencies let the fighter planes stay on the ground, 48 hours later, however, the FBI presented a list of suicide attackers.
Within ten days, it emerged that seven of them were still alive."
"On October 26, 1999, the famous golfer Payne Stewart boarded a private Learjet in Florida and left for Texas. Shortly after takeoff, Stewart's jet
veered sharply off course and began heading northwest. All contact with air controllers was lost. Within 15 minutes of having gone off course, US
fighter jets had already intercepted the jet. Everyone on board was likely dead due to depressurization. These fighter jets were dispatched by NORAD,
the branch of the US air force whose job it is to monitor and defend US airspace 24 hours a day."
"But on 9-11, the same NORAD which had so effortlessly intercepted Stewart's jet in 1999, was nowhere to be found during that two hour period
between the first planes going off course and the last one crashing in a Pennsylvania field. How is it possible that the airspace between Boston and
Washington DC, an area which contains the political and economic heart of the nation, was left completely defenseless? The second plane to hit the New
York had flown off course without communication for 40 minutes."
He seems angry. Has some work history with the German government/military.
[Edited on 9/30/03 by crayon]