911 MISSING Posters of Disembodied Souls - Read this first.
The 911 Media Hoax - Part 1
911 - Urban Renewal With A Twist?
I was born in Staten Island Hospital
and grew up on the southwest shore of that island when its waters
were clean and teemed with fish including porgies, weakfish,
bluefish, striped bass and big sharks. Our island, a borough of New
York City, had clean beaches, dense woods, farms, unspoiled lakes,
and abundant wildlife.
Raritan Bay separates the island from the shoreline of New Jersey that stretches around to the entrance of New
York harbor. Working on South Beach as a lifeguard in the summer for
the NYC Department of Parks during my teens, I could watch
magnificent passenger liners as they arrived and departed through the
Narrows. On clear days the parachute jump ride at Coney Island in the
distance could be seen from my beach perch. More than once I
explained to Sunday city folk, when asked, that it was the Eiffel
Tower. Some people are amazingly gullible.
To access Manhattan it was necessary to
ride the ferry. When the Verrazano Bridge was planned my parents,
both of whom came from old Staten Island families, recognized that
the end had come for their beloved bucolic island and they bought a
farm in Ohio. In my teens I spent summers with cousins and other
family on the island. Some years later I watched the familiar New
York City skyline change as two box-like immensely high buildings,
presumably modern in design and vastly different from neighboring
structures, towered above Hudson River’s city piers.
The so-called “twin towers”
were flagship structures in NY Port Authority’s new World Trade
Center in which five other smaller ones were constructed. Building
7, which eventually achieved notoriety due to its "photographed" demolition
late in the day on 9/11, was roughly half the height of the twin
towers. The Port Authority’s 1964 cost estimate for the project
was $350 million. By September 1965 it had risen to $525 million. By
December 1966 it was $575 million. There was no stopping this highly
touted project to construct the world’s tallest buildings despite
serious financial reservations. Bid at $750 million, the final
construction cost was $1.2 billion.
By the time it was complete, commercial
office space was no longer in great demand. The buildings were
topped off but some say that they were
never fully occupied. To save money, interior construction, such as
floors, would be constructed as leases were signed. To hide financial
reality, occupancy percentages were calculated on constructed areas
only, it is claimed.
The twin towers were a financial
boondoggle. To make matters worse, there were design problems. Any
good sailor knows of galvanic corrosion between aluminum and steel,
especially in a marine environment. As winds blew across the Hudson,
the aluminum exterior sheathing began to separate from the interior
steel beams. The face of the WTC began to fall off. Tenants would not
tolerate the tremendous noise of repair. The sensible financial move
for the Port Authority was to demolish the buildings. Due to the
asbestos insulation, according to one source, the EPA would not
permit the buildings to be imploded conventionally. They would have
to be taken down by 2007 beam by beam, floor by floor, at a projected
cost of $20 billion.
What to do? Well, these guys are not
stupid. Today there are millions of Americans who, although not
inclined to believe you can see Europe from the shore of Staten
Island, are totally inclined to believe whatever masquerades as news,
official government pronouncements and narratives broadcast from
their magic boxes, the ubiquitous television sets that have
matriculated from homes into restaurants, bars, barber-shops, and
public areas. Add controlled newspapers and Hollywood fantasy and
their propaganda game is complete.
Most intelligent and informed persons
now realize that 9/11 was an “inside job”. TV narratives
provide diversions. Let’s consider a few “what if’s”.
These will offend, disgust, amaze, delight or confuse you, based upon
the extent of your own knowledge and research since 9/11:
What if the story of hijacked
commercial airliners is not true?
- What if 7 WTC buildings (yes,
7!) were explosively demolished?
- What if the buildings had been
emptied and thousands not killed?
- What if partying Arabs had been
imported to be patsies?
- What if UA-175's impact of
WTC-1 was animated digital fakery?
- What if photographing that
incoming drone plane had been pre-planned?
- What if owners of America’s
mainline media are complicit?
- What if published airliner
passenger lists are fake?
- What if “lost relative”
posters swamping NYC were fakes?
- What if “The 911 Truth
Movement” has been infiltrated for diversions?
- What if most of the “dead victims”
are manufactured and unreal persons?
- What if millions of dollars are
being paid out to “grieving” actors?
- What if no commercial airliners
were crashed anywhere?
- What if the 911 narrative was
twisted to further demonize Arabs?
- What if money, war, power, and
psychopathology is in charge?
If 9/11 was an inside job, to be
eventually exposed as such, would the perpetrators have risked
murdering thousands of innocent
civilians only to have many thousand more irate relatives breathing
down their necks, demanding answers,
and eventually suing them? What of the criminal liability?
If you think these ideas are
far-fetched, please dig into work done pertaining to 9/11, New York
City’s huge urban renewal project, over the past decade. As a
start, approach with a new perspective Simon Shack's September
Clues and Phil Jayhan's
Let's Roll Forums. Listen with caution to better financed 911 Truthers.
Sums of money are being raised by
grieving "family members" who are equipped with one or two photos of
their “murdered loved one”. Arrests for fraud and sworn
testimony from opportunists may become the key
to exposing the 9/11 perpetrators,
addicts to money and dominance, the wanna-be masters of projected