posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 11:25 AM
I'm going to share something about pre-911 I've never shared before.
I'm a chronic insomniac. On nights I can't get to sleep I troll the web. As the night gets later and turns into morning I resort exclusively to
reading. One of the sites I visited in the early morning hours of 9/11 was the news-links on a website for a South Korean Spy Agency (NIS). 8 hours
before the attack in NY they had a news article stating that possibly as many as 17 flights were simultaneously hijacked in the United States and all
other flights were being grounded until the situation was resolved. Throughout the morning, it updated the article stating that all flights were
ordered to make emergency landings and that F-16s were forcing all flights that did not comply down, and accompanying them to their landing locations.
Two hours before the NY Attacks it stated that there were still 17 flights unaccounted for.
At the time I took it all with a grain of salt. Foreign Spy Reports aren't always accurate and more often than naught have a lot of inaccuracies and
propaganda. As such, I didn't take screen-shots of the articles.
In retrospect, it seemed highly odd that a Foreign Spy Agency would report on the activities leading up to 9/11, with an 8 hour window of information
ahead of what our own Intelligence Agencies had, but their account would differ so dramatically from what the American people were told. In all
honesty, the South Korean Spy Agency (NIS) seemed to have a more accurate story compared to what we had been told.
Out of all the pieces that seemed odd about 9/11 and didn't quite fit together about the Official Story, this is one that struck me as most odd.
Shortly after 9/11, NIS took down their News Pages and Archive in English translation. As such, I don't have the proof to verify my story...and as
such, I have kept quiet about this. Still, it has been the primary reason I have never believed the "Official" story about 9/11 and have always
suspected some kind of cover-up, even if it were possibly not a False Flag Operation.