9/11: All In One Chunk

9/11 - The Basic Questions

1. Why didn't jets intercept the airliners since they had numerous warnings of terrorist attacks?

2. Why did Ashcroft stop flying commercial airlines, citing an unidentified "threat" in July 2001?

3. Why did FEMA lie about their presence in New York on 9/11?

4. Why didn't the Secret Service hustle Dubya out of the classroom?

5. Why did George H.W. Bush meet bin Laden's brother on 9/11?

6. Why did passengers or crewmembers on three of the flights all use the term boxcutters?

7. Where are the flight recorders?

8. Why were the FISA warrants discontinued?

9. How did Bush see the first plane crash on live camera?

10 Why was security meeting scheduled for 9/11 cancelled by WTC management on 9/10?

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WEBMASTER NOTE: Right now the corporate media is shoveling ISIS at us as hard as they can, in an obvious propaganda campaign reminiscent of the similar campaign about "Al Qaeda" and "Osama Bin Laden" that preceded 9-11. Given how desperate the US Government is to revive the war agenda, we should be concerned that a new false-flag attack, bigger and bloodier than the World Trade Towers, is being considered.

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mistorteem

1) There were no airliners. If dozens of jet fighters were sent to look for them the entire air defense would be aware of the fraud.

3) FEMA lied because some stupid schumck forgot to come up with a plausible excuse for their presence ahead of time.

4) Same reason as above, some stupid schumuck forgot to think ahead. Too much concern for covering Bush's sorry ass from suspicion.

9) He didn't see the 1st plane hit. There was no plane. He lied. He is a liar. They are all liars. They lie. Don't spend too much time and put too much stock into a liars lie. Any detective will tell you that criminals such as Bush will lie sooner or later; just like Silverstein lied about deciding on 9/11 to "pull it" (a lie, never happened, the meeting that is, not the pulling).

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