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Although I believe he found that out from all the warnings that the Bush administration ignored and then invented his own conspiracy theory like it would be blamed on binladen instead of saying Binladen will attack us and Bush is doing nothing about it (which is what he should have done).
But with the prior knowledge we had before 911 anyone with half a brain could predict it (as long as they had the right sources). Pity all those people who were murdered by alquada couldn’t.
Hey seon! PNAC predicted it too! What does that tell you?
Alright shills - your little traitor celebration is over - hope your families and friends if you have any can forgive you when they find out - have you ever considered that? - you're gonna be in BIG trouble either way - believe me.
FDNY Captain Dennis Tardio:
"I hear an explosion and I look up. It is as if the building is being imploded, from the top floor down, one after another, boom, boom, boom."
Here are some other quotes;
Chief Frank Cruthers:
“There was what appeared to be at first an explosion. It appeared at the very top, simultaneously from all four sides, materials shot out horizontally. And then there seemed to be a momentary delay before you could see the beginning of the collapse."
Wall Street Journal reporter John Bussey:
“I . . . looked up out of the office window to see what seemed like perfectly synchronized explosions coming from each floor. . . . One after the other, from top to bottom, with a fraction of a second between, the floors blew to pieces.”
Another Wall Street Journal reporter:
‘My God, they’re going to bring the building down.’ And they, whoever they are, HAD SET CHARGES. . . . I saw the explosions.”
Beth Fertig of WNYC Radio:
“It just descended like a timed explosion-like when they are deliberately bringing a building down. . . . It was coming down so perfectly that in one part of my brain I was thinking...They got everyone out, and they're bringing the building down because they have to.'”
“There were explosions going off everywhere. I was convinced that there were bombs planted all over the place and someone was sitting at a control panel pushing detonator buttons. . . . There was another explosion. And another. I didn't know where to run."
“I was at the base of the second tower . . . that was hit. . . . There was an explosion. . . . The base of the building shook. . . . there was a series of explosions.”
“...it almost sounded like bombs going off, like boom, boom, boom, like seven or eight."
“...heard explosions coming from building two, the south tower. It seemed like it took forever, but there were about ten explosions. . . . We then realized the building started to come down.”
“As my officer and I were looking at the south tower, it just gave. It actually gave at a lower floor, not the floor where the plane hit. . . . we originally had thought there was like an internal detonation, explosives, because it went in succession, boom, boom, boom, boom, and then the tower came down.”
Assistant Commissioner Stephen Gregory:
“I thought . . . before . . . came down, that I saw low-level flashes. . . .
Lieutenant Evangelista . . . asked me if I saw low-level flashes in front of the building, and I agreed with him because I . . . saw a flash flash flash . . . the lower level of the building. You know like when they demolish a building, how when they blow up a building, when it falls down? That's what I thought I saw.”
Captain Karin Deshore:
“Somewhere around the middle of the World Trade Center, there was this orange and red flash coming out. Initially it was just one flash.”...“Then this flash just kept popping all the way around the building and that building had started to explode. The popping sound, and with each popping sound it was initially an orange and then a red flash came out of the building and then it would just go all around the building on both sides as far as I could see. These popping sounds and the explosions were getting bigger, going both up and down and then all around the building."
Firefighter Richard Banaciski:
“...there was just an explosion. It seemed like on television they blow up these buildings. It seemed like it was going all the way around like a belt, all these explosions.”
Deputy Commissioner Thomas Fitzpatrick:
"We looked up at the . . . . All we saw was a puff of smoke coming from about 2 thirds of the way up . . . . It looked like sparkling around one specific layer of the building. . . . My initial reaction was that this was exactly the way it looks when they show you those implosions on TV."
Captain Jay Swithers:
“I took a quick glance at the building and while I didn't see it falling, I saw a large section of it blasting out, which led me to believe it was just an explosion.”
Battalion Chief Brian Dixon:
“I was . . . hearing a noise and looking up. . . . the lowest floor of fire in the south tower actually looked like someone had planted explosives around it because . . . everything blew out on the one floor. I thought, geez, this looks like an explosion up there, it blew out."
Firefighter Stephen Viola: “You heard like loud booms . . . "
Battalion Chief Dominick DeRubbio: “It was weird how it started to come down. It looked like it was a timed explosion."
Firefighter Kenneth Rogers:
"here was an explosion in the south tower. . . . I kept watching. Floor after floor after floor. One floor under another after another and when it hit about the fifth floor, I figured it was a bomb, because it looked like a synchronized deliberate kind of thing. I was there in '93."
Auxiliary Lieutenant Fireman Paul Isaac:
“...there were definitely bombs in those buildings...” Isaac added: “...many other firemen know there were bombs in the buildings, but they’re afraid for their jobs to admit it because the ‘higher-ups’ forbid discussion of this fact.”
The 9-11 Commission of pure farce:
William Rodriguez: "I met with the 9/11 Commission behind closed doors and they essentially discounted everything I said regarding the use of explosives to bring down the north tower.”...“I contacted NIST . . . four times without a response. Finally, I asked them before they came up with their conclusion . . . if they ever considered my statements or the statements of any of the other survivors who heard the explosions. They just stared at me with blank faces.”
Firefighter Louie Cacchioli:
“I felt like I was being put on trial in a court room” .... “They were trying to twist my words and make the story fit only what they wanted to hear. All I wanted to do was tell the truth and when they wouldn’t let me do that, I walked out.”
Were you wearing your special hat when you posted?
What - your Shill hat with the 'D' on it?
Get a proper job you worthless slimey traitor.
"They're coming to to take you away, hee hee, ha ha"
Your day is coming, it's a well known fact that you are a shill on this site and others.
How do you live with yourself?
Can't you get an honest job - instead of one that betrays the good people of America, you are nothing more than a $12.50 lie prostitute.
Alright traitor shill, I smoked you out of your hole, a $12.50 an hour lie prostitute - shame on you.
The most money your limited intellect would allow you to earn in your life.
I got an Evel Knievel for Christmas at about 12. It rocked. I bet Alex Jones would have wanted one too.