Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The Failure to Intercept: Timeline and Over 50 Questions the 9/11 Commission

The Failure to Intercept: Timeline and Over 50 Questions the 9/11 Commission Part II Should Ask High Officials

By: Joël v.d. Reijden | Date: April 6, 2015 | Last update: Jan. 28, 2016 | 9/11 STUDY CENTER
"The decades-old procedure for a quick response by the nation's air defense had been changed in June of 2001. Now, instead of NORAD's military commanders being able to issue the command to launch fighter jets, approval had to be sought from the civilian Defense Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld. This change is extremely significant, because Mr. Rumsfeld claims to have been "out of the loop" nearly the entire morning of 9/11. ... The families of the vanished bodies and unsettled souls of 9/11 are still waiting to have the dots connected."
June 21, 2004, New York Observer, '9/11 Tapes Reveal Ground Personnel Muffled Attacks'
  1. Intro
  2. Oversight
  3. A timeline of unprecedented failure
  4. Basic conclusions on timeline

  5. Additional questions for NORAD
  6. Additional questions for the FAA and General Mike Canavan
  7. Additional questions for Bush and Cheney
  8. Additional questions for Rumsfeld
  9. Additional questions for Norman Mineta
  10. Additional questions for the original 9/11 Commission

  11. Notes
"We have been unable to identify the source of this mistaken FAA information [about this non-existent phantom aircraft]. ... This response to a phantom aircraft was not recounted in a single public timeline or statement issued by the FAA or Department of Defense. ... No one at FAA headquarters ever asked for military assistance with American 77. ... FAA headquarters [didn't] pass any of the information it had about United 93 to the military... Langley fighters were not headed north toward the Baltimore area [which was already wrong] as instructed, but east over the ocean [which was double wrong]. ... The President told us he was frustrated with the poor communications that morning. He could not reach key officials [but initially refused to talk to Rice] ... [At 9:46] staff reported that they were still trying to locate Secretary Rumsfeld [then on the Pentagon lawn]... The President apparently spoke to Secretary Rumsfeld for the first time that morning shortly after 10:00. No one can recall the content of this conversation..."
2004, 9/11 Commission Report, pp. 26-27, 30, 34, 38, 40, 43. Just some of the failures that went on the morning of 9/11.


Sunday, October 2, 2016

911 Has proven to be more costly than it was worth to the perps

Before 911 JFK's speech on secret societies hardly grabbed anyone by the lapels, so to speak, much talk of Bilderbergs, Skull and Bones, the Trilateral Commission and such seem more the fare of "spiritualists" and persons who see conspiracy behind every rock.  In the information age they became known as the tin foil hat wearing brigades,  toiling against imagined CIA mind beams and such.  What evidence they were able to muster seemed weak and easily dismiss able.  With the advent of 911, however,  the nation and indeed the world was sent on a wild paper chase for answers.

In this search for answers,  the affairs of secret societies kept rearing their heads as many of the people connected in some way to 911,  appeared to have such affiliations.  As the numbers of connections grew larger the anecdotal evidence of these secret societies grew stronger and stronger, so that now they are way passed being anything dismiss able. 

The matter of central banks and what they do, was of little to no interest to most,  until "follow the money" dragged central banking affairs into the limelight.  So that now, with an aware audience seeking answers available,  writers of all stripes are racing to "mine" this rich new vein of ore.  So that soon these memberships will begin to tarnish the creds of the holders.  I was going to write much more, but something is telling me not to, so enough said for now.

Congress Now Blaming Obama For Its Embarrassing Override Of His Veto

WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Congress was so determined to pass a law to sue Saudi Arabia that it overrode President Barack Obama’s veto. But possible backlash against America had top Republican leaders looking for someone else to blame Thursday.
And they appear to have settled on Obama.
Opponents had argued that the bill was caving in to conspiracy theorists and that it would raise the specter of other nations hauling the United States into court for things it actually does — such as killing civilians in drone strikes. The White House called the override the “single most embarrassing thing that the United States Senate has done” in decades.

Even 28 lawmakers who had just helped to pass the first override of Obama’s presidency sent a letter to their own leaders Thursday saying maybe there should be changes.

So Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) leveled at least partial blame on Obama.

USA: 9/11 Suspects: General Ralph Eberhart, Philip Zelikow, Christine Todd Whitman ...

This will make you question EVERYTHING you see on TV

The Demolition of Truth: Psychologists Examine 9/11 - Broadcast Version