It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

Brand New 911 Questions Video on Google.

page: 1
0

log in

join
share:

posted on May, 18 2006 @ 08:52 AM
link   
A new 911 conspiracy video which premiered on May 8th has been released on Google video. It is called "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime" and is a compacted version of all the main issues and questions surrounding the events of 911. you can find it Here. It's 1hr 11mins but is well worth a watch. How do you feel about this video, is it better than "loose change"or "in plane sight"? Post your comments.


[edit on 18-5-2006 by Xeros]




posted on May, 18 2006 @ 10:38 AM
link   
Worth watching. I know I learned some new things of which I hadn't been aware. Still, I wish these film makers would restarin themselves from the 'cutesie' stuff and thinly veiled sarcasm. I feel it detracts from the message.



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 02:04 PM
link   
Wow. I just started a new thread on this, only to find it closed and redirected here. Fair enough but for two things: I searched on the title of the film, and didn't find anything to point me to this thread. So far, so much my hard luck.

However, when I got here and found just two posts... that's kind of harsh. I'm shocked and hope this post bumps the thread a bit. There's some good stuff in this movie. Some utterly unnecessary stuff too, but the good bits of information are well worth having. The links with Abramoff and the hijackers are interesting... Jeb's a bit central to all of this in ways I didn't realise. There's also the stuff on Huffman aviation.

My favourite bit though is where Dubya's sitting in the Florida schoolroom and is told "America's under attack." He sits there like the idiot he so surely is, and then captions flash up saying "Is this standard procedure?" and "but what about the safety of the kids?" I couldn't help but think, the kids'll be ok if they don't make any false moves...



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 04:00 PM
link   
Seems like a bunch of speculation called facts. I also wish the guy would have put up something to stop his hard p's on the mic.

I'll get the ball rolling.

On Abdussattar Shaikh and his relationship with the FBI:

www.signonsandiego.com...

what I find amusing is that the video wants to call him a paid informant, and not source it.

Next:
American Commonwealth University (which was located in San Diego) was shut down in 1990 by the CA legislature because of its low standards not because it was fake. In fact you look up "American Commonwealth University" on the web and see how many people use it that WORK IN SAN DIEGO. Also some of these people have jobs that require being green lighted by the state, like clinical psychologist. If their degree was from an unaccredited/fake university, then how would be able to meet the standards to do work by the state of CA? The fact is that this university no longer exists doesn't prove that it never existed.

I don't have time to watch the rest of it now, but when you give so many misleading "facts" in the first 15 minutes I have to question the validity and motives of the whole video.



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 04:19 PM
link   
The video takes a different approach than other videos that I've seen.

Instead of addressing more scientific issues, they focus on the more political smoking guns. They point out consistent efforts within the FBI and other agencies/branches of the military to prevent investigations of hijackers that we KNEW were in the US and KNEW were members of al Qaeda. The video explains how agents in Florida wanted to move in on two known al Qaeda members but were intercepted by military intelligence and told that the suspects were "off limits" to them, for example. I think Atta was one of these two suspects. The movie goes on and on at one point with instances of this sort of "failure." There's video of Congressmen raising hell and etc. over the total lack of cooperation within our government to get these guys. It has a lot of other info, too, but this stuff I had never heard before and found the most interesting.



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 06:03 PM
link   
I think it's well done and rather powerful and like how it focuses on a lot of the stuff reported in mainstream media right up to the moussaui trial. It takes a different approach than Loose Change.

Better? Not really but it is different which is good.

I give it a thumbs up!



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 06:36 PM
link   

Originally posted by Percival
Seems like a bunch of speculation called facts. I also wish the guy would have put up something to stop his hard p's on the mic.

I'll get the ball rolling.

On Abdussattar Shaikh and his relationship with the FBI:

www.signonsandiego.com...

what I find amusing is that the video wants to call him a paid informant, and not source it.

Next:
American Commonwealth University (which was located in San Diego) was shut down in 1990 by the CA legislature because of its low standards not because it was fake. In fact you look up "American Commonwealth University" on the web and see how many people use it that WORK IN SAN DIEGO. Also some of these people have jobs that require being green lighted by the state, like clinical psychologist. If their degree was from an unaccredited/fake university, then how would be able to meet the standards to do work by the state of CA? The fact is that this university no longer exists doesn't prove that it never existed.

I don't have time to watch the rest of it now, but when you give so many misleading "facts" in the first 15 minutes I have to question the validity and motives of the whole video.


So the miriad of truths and testimonies makes you believe that this is somehow contrived. Let me ask you this - how are your preconcieved ideas influenced by the many proven inconsistencies that are over and over again pointed out to make you wake up? "misleading "facts"? This is a non-profit video and if you would like to prove it otherwise as being lies, be my guest. I like a challenge.



posted on May, 23 2006 @ 05:48 PM
link   

Originally posted by Percival
Seems like a bunch of speculation called facts. I also wish the guy would have put up something to stop his hard p's on the mic.

I'll get the ball rolling.

On Abdussattar Shaikh and his relationship with the FBI:

www.signonsandiego.com...

what I find amusing is that the video wants to call him a paid informant, and not source it.

Next:
American Commonwealth University (which was located in San Diego) was shut down in 1990 by the CA legislature because of its low standards not because it was fake. In fact you look up "American Commonwealth University" on the web and see how many people use it that WORK IN SAN DIEGO. Also some of these people have jobs that require being green lighted by the state, like clinical psychologist. If their degree was from an unaccredited/fake university, then how would be able to meet the standards to do work by the state of CA? The fact is that this university no longer exists doesn't prove that it never existed.

I don't have time to watch the rest of it now, but when you give so many misleading "facts" in the first 15 minutes I have to question the validity and motives of the whole video.


If you'd care to read this and research it. Then you might find your proof, Here

"Next" I have not however investigated yet. But remember that this is a non profit video, and anyone more enlightened about this please let your views be known as I find this more important in may aspects to previous 911 videos in relation to the background info.



new topics

top topics



 
0

log in

join