posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by Shadow Herder
I agree...a controlled descent...but the thing is we feel for different reasons....in your OP your saying this was prerigged for the safety of others
by the government for honorable purposes....where i think they were pre rigged for effect and limited damage to surrounding buildings for Nafarious
You see there was nothing honorable in killing 2000+ persons on the day...and if it was an all out Terrorist attack as the OS would have us believe
they would have defo wanted maximum casualties....so the only ones whom would want to minimalized casualties but still give enough of a bashing to
destroy said buildings and to also incite war would be internal players.
i admire that you might actually think there was something honarable in the pre rigging....but I think it would be misguided in thinking
that......with all the skyscrapers all around the US do you actually they are now pre rigging them for this purpose.....that they would let
electricians go into a building rigged with explosives and let them reconfigure offices for a clients needs knowing there are explosives in the
building space is rented out to various companies who usually hire their own people to come in and configure their space to suit their needs...and
when they vacate....the next clients come in and reconfigure yet again...and this process goes on and on throughout the life of any given
so IT is nice we can agree on the fact it was a controlled demolition...and i use the term lightly....it was controlled in the fact that they were
set to be demolished....this was not an ordinary CD was it....i also believe that the flight 93 was supposed to target building seven to complete the
senario....but you know all plans are not perfect are they....that is what failed......so they had no other option but to pull building seven.....
This whole thing was a mass cover up....Raytheon corp....had to lose documents...Enron had to lose documents...DOD had to lose documents......there
was massive amounts of Money involved....and evidence needed to be destroyed.....
i am doing research now into the passengers on these planes...that alone bears thinking about...i hope to be done soon...and i will add it to
installment three on my 911 thread....but even to me it has proven mind boggling the connections involved.
here is a small sample....just from flight 77
Bryan Jack (BRYAN JACK)
Bryan C. Jack was responsible for crunching America's defense budget. He was a passenger on American Airlines Flight 77, bound for official business
in California when his plane struck the Pentagon, where, on any other day, Jack would have been at work at his computer.
Carla Tighe, a fellow Pentagon economist, said Jack was a brilliant mathematician and top budget analyst who translated policy decisions by the
defense secretary into hard numbers. Colleagues wondered yesterday how they would fill the personal and professional void.
"He was so mathematically gifted," Tighe said. "We're still reeling with how we compensate for what he did."
interesting since the day before 911 Donald Rumsfeld mention the missing trillions.
Stanley Hall (STANL HALL)
This is just one story; the story of a husband, dad and grandpa who died on 9/11. That day, America lost a brilliant military mind; a man
dedicated to God, his family, and his country.
Stanley R. Hall, a civilian engineer, called by some “the father of electronic warfare,” worked along with the Department of Defense, often
meeting with our military at the Pentagon. His main job was creating (inventing) anti-radar for our Navy fighter jets. In other words, he made our
fighter pilots invisible to enemy radar.
Stanley Hall was director of program management for
Raytheon Electronics Warfare.
One Raytheon colleague calls him "our dean of
Richard Gabriel (RICHA GABRIEL)
i worked with Rich at synectics in the early 90's.
Welcome to Synectics
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