QUOTE (23investigator @ Jun 10 2011, 07:51 AM)
Please don't give up, it will be very interesting to see what you have got.
I understand you have image files on your computer that you'd like to post
Then you need to upload them to an image hosting site, there are many.
Use google to find one you like, probably a free one. Then get the url
of the image and post it here.
As I posted here a long time ago, "Flight of the Bumble Planes":Google Results
Stuck with me, not because it was so "on point", because
at that time, it seemed rather foolish and was being ridiculed
widely. But, there did seem to be within it, some rational elements
of deception, that might later prove useful, in explaining what had
occurred that day. And so it has come to pass.
If you think about 9-11 in terms of an operation so big, that to
conduct it you'd need official approvals, then you'd expect that,
like "Northwoods", the only rational way to sell such a plan, would
be to offer that no citizen would be harmed.
Next, try to separate 911 into it's separate elements: radar presentations,
audio presentations, visual presentations, boarding gate control, security
video control, physical evidence presentations, witness presentations and
narrative control, etc., you get the idea of how many compartments are
necessary and how much coordination is needed, to accomplish the
illusion that skyjacked planes, loaded with real passengers were crashed,
when they really were not. (Northwoods style)
These "higher ups" are going to be watching things closely as the plan
unfolds, so the "escapes" for the real passengers must be credibly there
for presentation to these officials. However, once the mission is underway,
these officials who gave their approvals, are "locked in" for the ride! So,
they would not be very easily fooled, into approving a plan that they
could see might go wrong and make them responsible for atrocities that
could plague their conscience.
However, they could not know that -- although they had the air segment
of the plan covered, by requiring verified reports regarding passenger safety,
after the planes had been switched out -- that the people in the buildings,
might not be able to escape, as it had been represented that they would.
Those who approved of the plan, would want to speak with the passengers,
or hear and see them, after they'd been taken to safety. Otherwise they'd
order the plan scrapped and switch to some other plan, probably making
scapegoats of those who failed to implement the plan "properly", and call
the rest of it off.
Instead, the passengers would be confirmed to be safe, thereby letting
the operators proceed with the second part of the plan. Which would probably
have been to make it appear that planes had struck the towers, in such a
way that those in the buildings would have time to evacuate. This is the
point where the plan went "wrong". The stairways were made impassable,
meaning that people who should have evacuated, could not. All that would
take is to add a few more explosives to the stairwells, than should have been
One could reason, under the above postulates, the plan to invade Iraq would
not be allowed to go forward, if there were no deaths of Americans, because
the whole thing would be more "controllable", and those who gave initial
approval, would be free to back out, using some other plan 'b'. But with
these deaths, they were locked in, since things had escalated to levels much
higher than anyone had thought. So that everyone involved must now
resort to covering things up, and that involved placing blame and fixing it.
Which is what the invasions did. Cries of "Patriotism" drowned out all else.
If so, the invasions and wars prolonged those cries.
But I digress...
Funny thing that, although this knowledge of these radar holes was around
and known for a very long time, no one has thought to examine this factor
for so long.
This is going to provoke quite a bit of new theorizing, in the attempt to
understand what this new feature means in the scheme of things. Hats
off to Rob for bringing it to the fore.