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New Bond Film Highlights 9/11 Insider Trading

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posted on Nov, 20 2006 @ 05:37 PM
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Not sure if this is to sell more tickets,or if its hollywood's way of trying to spread a few facts.Either way its interesting to see this being mentioned in a big main stream movie.



(PrisonPlanet)-In a twenty first century update, the new James Bond Movie, Casino Royale, directly references 9/11 and highlights the fact that massive manipulation of airline stocks prior to the attacks account for a leading motive behind the eve
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The movie, based on the original 1953 novel, has been updated with a terrorism plotline in which the bad guy, Le Chiffre, is a banker to the world's terrorists and in order to stop him, and bring down the terrorist network, Bond must beat Le Chiffre in a $150 million poker game at the Casino Royale.
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The movie contains a significant reference to 9/11 when M, the fictional head of MI6, tells Bond the following:
"When they analyzed the stock market after 9/11 the CIA discovered there had been massive shorting of airline stocks. When the stocks hit bottom on 9/12, somebody made a fortune."
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As has been extensively reported over the past five years, multiple sources of criminal insider trading were discovered after 9/11, indicating that many different parties had prior knowledge of the attacks.
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posted on Nov, 21 2006 @ 06:19 PM
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I want to see it now! This could get good.



posted on Nov, 21 2006 @ 09:27 PM
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It was the put options that got peoples attention, not buying and selling of stocks.

Don't forget that it is just a movie. And a remake of an older Bond movie at that



posted on Nov, 21 2006 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by doctorfungi
It was the put options that got peoples attention, not buying and selling of stocks.


True, but a trivial correction, as one would make money just the same. The options drew a LOT of attention, too, at least at first, and so they were never claimed.



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