Okay. Basically he's quoting Eastman (who has been howling around Rense.com for some time, trying to get folks to believe HIM.)
I did a search on Peter Jennings for that purported two hour news story on all the destroyed investigations at the FBI because of the WTC bombings,
and although I come up with a bazillion things that Jennings has done, I see no particular mention of that.
So... we have early morning weekday flights with not a lot of people on them (guys... I fly a lot. If I want to be on a Mostly Empty plane, I pick
early flights or late flights on weekdays. You've got 5 terrorists against a planeload of people. They are NOT going to pick flights with 400
Next we have allegations of tenants on various floors of the WTC -- tenants supposedly hanging out in the spaces that other tenants are renting
(including Sun Microsys.)
Then we have something about a heroic firefigher who died in action.
Following that, the allegation that this somehow "covers up" evidence from an FBI investigation (whose offices aren't in the building) ... on a
case that is ALREADY (by Sept 11) being tried in Washington DC -- a "coverup bombing" that misses its target by...well... by however far it is from
New York to Washington DC.
Then we have the lawsuit about gold price fixing. It was brought by one man (Howe.) He keeps filing, and apparently no lawyer will take it:
The lawsuit comes after Howe loses money on stocks (I love it... "I LOST MONEY IN THE STOCK MARKET-- ALL YOU GUYS ARE FIXING THE PRICES TO CHEAT
ME!!! God should be a ZILLION dollars an ounce!!!")
Yes, governments do and have fixed the price of gold around the world ... it's for their exchange rate:
China has fixed the price of its gold internally to encourage people to buy jewelry. www.china.org.cn...
Currently the price floats, as it has for some time, at about the $300-$450 level. It's going to continue to do this for some time to come. You've
gotta ask why this bozo was in the markets in the first place. Apparently he believed the rules would change because he was buying gold stocks (talk
about not understanding your market commodities!!) and when they didn't, he shrieks "FRAUD!" and tries to bring lawsuits.
...and this, folks, is why you don't invest in gold for the long term. The price is controlled within a range and you're never going to get rich
from it. You can play the futures markets... but the wibble in the price is pretty small and you can really get burned if you don't move quickly
with the price fluctuations.
...and the WTC was taken out to avoid discovery of something that anyone who invests in the futures markets is aware of and has been aware of for
years and years and years.