posted on Aug, 20 2010 @ 07:12 AM
Frankly, if this passenger aircraft was indeed shot down by a US military jet, under the circumstances on the day, it would be understandable, tragic,
but understandable and necessary.
Not much consolation for the families of the victims, after all, their loved ones are still dead, regardless of exactly who 'pulled the trigger',
but at the very least they could take comfort in the knowledge that in this particular instance the plan was foiled, and the aircraft never reached
it's intended target.
Assuming of course, that passengers were actually on the aircraft at the time, as there has been plenty of speculation over the years, that they were
not. (don't ask me, look it up on the search function) Mysterious passenger phone calls, strange statements made to relatives by passengers, first on
the scene air crash investigator stating on the record that it was the strangest air crash he had ever witnessed in decades of being a crash
investigator, no blood found at the stated (OS) crash site, a large white STILL unidentified aircraft circling Washington on 9/11, well withing the
P-56 (no fly zone) area, much to the dismay of the secret service, who would have been immediately informed of an aircraft with clearance to be there
(but were not) and so on.
Incidentally, if this all white aircraft was an AWACS, perhaps this was the one tasked with remotely controlling F93, towards the capitol.
IF this was so, we can only speculate (again) that either the systems developed a fault(s), or the crew on the AWACS (if that's what it was) rebelled
against their orders. If either of these scenarios transpired, it would then become crucial that the aircraft be shot down, for the reasons already
Whether all or indeed any of this is actually so, is of course open to debate - endlessly circular debate it seems.
What puzzles me is why ptb decided to cover a ANG fighter's involvement..after all, it's unfortunate but innocents die during combat all the time,
whether those innocents are civilians on the ground, or 'friendly' troops targeted in error.
It seems reasonable to assume, a lot more people would have lost their lives if the aircraft had not been shot down, so although passengers (according
to OS) lost their lives, stopping the aircraft was still a victory of sorts (if going along with the OS of Terrorists ) even if it was a tragic and
My feeling is there is more to this story.
Perhaps ptb lost control of the aircraft, and couldn't take the chance it would remain relatively intact after crash landing, as if it did, obviously
the gig would be up for them.
Investigators pouring over a more or less intact aircraft, rigged for remote control via AWACS or similar, would mean no terrorists and complicity by
the authorities and prove the false flag operation that sent our countries into Afghanistan.
Blow the thing up mid flight, and the evidence is dispersed and covered up.