Look if your any kind of New Yorker! You should beable to smell a scam from a mile off. I have lived or worked in 19 different countries over the past
22 years. Most of them third world. So I think you could "assume" that I am street savy enough to smell a scam myself. At least well enough to keep
myself alive in places that are unforgiving of fools.
My point! You are either as dim as the last embers of a fireflys tail, or you are playing the fool. To draw me out, for reasons only known to
yourself. Why do you keep asking rediculious questions, that are well beyond obvious?
1. Whom ever financed the put option buy out, made tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars by all estimates.
2. The World Trade Center is a gold mine. And Larry Silverstein knows it.
Silverstein already owned number Seven WTC, but he led a consortium that just months ago signed a new $3.2 billion US, 99-year lease on the WTC
complex. That was the first time the WTC had changed hands in it's thirty year history
3.The deal was finalized and celebrated on the 23rd July -just seven weeks before almost the entire complex was destroyed. Port Authority officers
gave a giant set of keys to the complex to Silverstein and to Westfield CEO Lowy.
4. The leased buildings included Numbers One and Two (the Twin Towers), Four, Five and 400,000 square feet of retail space. The Marriott Hotel (3WTC),
U.S. Customs building (6WTC) and Silverstein's own 47-story office building were already under lease.
5.Which leaves everybody financially consoled, even if not emotionally so. The vendors still have the $3.2 billion they made on the sale. The
purchasers lease deal had spanking new insurance --with new beneficiaries-- for capital value and loss of income.
6. Silverstein has insurance money to rebuild and get the $110 million of annual rental income flowing again. Or double that with his planned four
towers. Nice money if you can get it. Can he?
7. So using alittle deductive logic one might ask a few other questions. Such as if the planners of this operation risked speculating on the put
options, why would they have stopped there? A number of other investment opportunities would arise from the ashes of this attack.
*Insurance companies would have been high on the list.
*Military arms suppliers and contractor's.
*Legal firms of every kind.
*Demolition and salvage contractors " *Already under contract since the Oklahoma bombing".
*Millions of finacial records, wiped clean, evidence gone. Who knows how many shady deals, records are gone forever.
*Speculation on the tenants of the towers would also have occured.
Without going any further, which would not be that hard to do. I think you can see where the billions are coming from.
Originally posted by William
Like others, you begin your research with one basic fault, you assume government complicity when searching for facts/information/evidence.
However, in the interests of moving on...
Let's examine one point at at time:
You said, "1. Billions of dollars were made by both known, and as yet unknown persons or organizations."
What is your basis for this statement?