posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 10:59 PM
9/11 was the first and only Al Qaeda claimed attack in the US*. The question becomes, why? What happened on and leading up to 9/11 that all of a
sudden made it possible to pull off the 9/11 attacks? Ali Soufon, a career FBI agent (at the time of the attacks), and Richard Clark, a Counter
Terrorism Adviser (at the time of the attacks) both have come forward with questions about the CIA's role in the 9/11 attacks. How the information
that the CIA inexplicably withheld, would of stopped the attacks. By no means, were (the CIA) the only factor in the attacks being successful, not by
a long shot, there are definitely more factors that played a role, but the CIA could have almost certainly prevented the attacks from happening. Put
it all together though, and we can begin to connect some of the unconnected dots that surround 9/11. I think it is becoming increasingly more
apparent why and how this happened, as more time goes by. I will try to explain that theory here, I hope you enjoy.
*Some may claim that the 93 bombing of the north tower was the first AQ attack, but this is highly debatable. Yes, Ramzi Yousef was KSM’s nephew,
but either were affiliated with AQ at the time. Yet even if you are among those who believe the 93 bombing was a Al Qaeda attack, it only strengthens
this theory. Because by any measure, the 93 bombing was a miserable failure. The plan was to explode the truck bomb, causing the north tower to
collapse, which they then calculated that it’s collapse would bring down the south tower. They hoped to kill hundreds of thousands of people, worst
case thousands…six people died. Then all but Yousef were arrested, after they decided to return to the Uhaul rental place to pick up their cash
deposit on the truck they just exploded.
The 9/11 Operation:
The 9/11 attacks were a massively wide scale, perfectly coordinated, lethal attack. Like nothing Al QaeDa (or any other terrorist) had ever done
before, or since. It required at least half a million dollars to undertake (Mind you this is a Government estimate, which I'm betting is a low
estimate), the most expensive operation ever undertaken by them, even after all these years. Most amazingly, we are told that they trained eight Al
Qaeda guys to fly 757/767 model aircraft's, at various flight schools and simulators, and hand manuals. Then without ever even flying the real
aircraft's (757/767’s), they all were able to flawlessly fly their jets. Navigating them from high altitudes, descending through thousands of feet,
using the autopilots to also navigate the aircraft, along with hand flying. Then at some of the fastest speeds the aircraft's could fly, they guided
them perfectly into their targets. Oddly though, they were unable to use the intercom/radio systems correctly, talking to ATC when they thought they
were talking to the passengers.
They did surveillance; they did dry runs on the same or similar cross country flights. They crisscrossed the country, back and forth. Flew back and
forth out of the country, visiting terrorist training camps and terrorist "Summits" where they had large planning sessions, like the infamous four
day Malaysian meeting. Mind you a lot of them had already fought in wars, and been known terrorists. Back in the states... they had to rent places,
open checking accounts, obtain Driver License and State IDs, and pay for everything that you have too just to live. For at least twenty men...all with
large sums of most likely totally illicit funds coming from out of the country. Astonishingly, these Al Qaeda attackers never once attempted to hide
their identities during this entire process. Apparently, not worried at all about attracting attention, or hiding their apparent hatred for the US.
Much of what they did here though is a mystery, or at least has been classified still. But we are told that they essentially conducted this operation
in plain sight.
The day of the attacks, you had four teams, all with five members except one that had four members(because finally this hijacker was denied entry into
the US). They had to be in position, with all their paperwork and documents ready to board these four aircraft. Not only did they have to make it
through the boarding process, and all the security and screening, then they had to smuggle weapons through the check points. Things like knives, box
cutters, mace, and possibly real bombs (even though we are supposed to believe it was a fake bomb on F93). Then the flights all had to be hijacked,
taken over, then the cockpits and flight controls taken over. And finally they had to fly these aircraft, locate their targets, guide the aircraft's
perfectly into their respective targets, while moving at incredible speeds. I believe they planned the order in which each aircraft would crash, the
time that would elapse in-between each crash. The more I looked at this, the more it even seems likely that F93 unfolded exactly as that team had
planned it, that there are too many anomalies with F93. Enough that you have to wonder if that team was operating under a different plan, as opposed
to the other three flights that were flawlessly executed.
Either way, when you look at the exact timeline of each of the hijackings; they were without question carried out with military precision. I think
this is quite evident when you look at the hijacking timeline, it should be noted, the scheduled departure times for each aircraft, and then their
actual departure times:
Scheduled to depart at 7:45am. Departed at 7:59am. +15) Hijacked at 8:14am. +32) Crashed at 8:46am
Scheduled to depart at 8:00am. Departed at 8:14am. +28) Hijacked at 8:42am. +21) Crashed at 9:03am
Scheduled to depart at 8:10am. Departed at 8:20am. +31) Hijacked at 8:51am. +47) Crashed at 9:38am
Scheduled to depart at 8:00am. Departed at 8:42am. +46) Hijacked at 9:28am. +35) Crashed at 10:03am*
*- It also should be noted: that its’ time it took to crash, and actual crash time, would have been much greater had it not crashed prematurely of
its alleged target. Probably by another 20 to 30 minutes at least.
They picked the transcontinental flights, on their first trips of the day, so as to have the aircraft's loaded with as much fuel as possible. They
also picked Tuesday flights, which we now know, were these flights lowest passenger occupancy levels of the entire week, guaranteeing there would be
as few as possible passengers on board. How did they know this? They also managed to pick the Tuesday of a week full of military war games going on.
One of them, a NRO drill, where an errant jet from Dulles (where F77 originated) crashed into their building just minutes from the Pentagon. How did
they know about these war games? It's obvious nothing was left to chance, so it had to of been part of the overall plan, to ultimately guarantee
their success. Finally, as we all know too well, they were a 100% successful. Yes F93 didn't hit its supposed target, but we don't even know if that
was really part of the plan for F93. They were 100 % successful in that they managed to get all team members on all flights, breaching security (with
weapons (knives, box cutters, mace), bombs (fake or real), boarding, hijacking, taking over the cockpits, and then crashing each aircraft.