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Originally posted by Damien_Hell
reply to post by mthalman
Your stupid, planes still use pilots, therefore they aren't remote controlled, a remote controlled plane wouldn't have a cockpit, there would be no need, and a quick google search shows that both those planes, still have cockpits
Originally posted by jondular
The bigger the lie the easier it is to sell it to the people. I believe Hitler said that.
911 had been planned for years. Plenty of time to install remote capabilities.
September 11th 1990 Bush senior announced to Congress for the first time speaking about a New World Order.
September 11th 1991 Bush senior again talks to Congress about a New World Order.
Google Rebuilding America's defences where the neocons wrote in order to achieve world status it will take along time unless we have an event like a New Pearl Harbor.
May 1st 2001 Chaney took the shootdown powers from the generals and controll of all drills on 911.
June 1st 2001 Pilots could no longer take a gun on board to keep it in a safe box.
A crazy man bought the lease on the WTC for 99 years knowing full well that those building were all but condemned for the asbestos or he knew he would collect on insurance. He did and now he is trying for another 12 billion.
Any pilot that has flown the skys with passengers will not give up their seat to some skinney little bastards. Don't you think that at least one pilot could have held their ground in a tried takeover?
Anyone who can't see our government was a part of this attack is an idiot!
Two of the aircraft exceeded their software limits on 911. The Boeing 757 and 767 are equipped with fully autonomous flight capability, they are the only two Boeing commuter aircraft capable of fully autonomous flight. They can be programmed to take off, fly to a destination and land, completely without a pilot at the controls.