Inside 9/11: Who Controlled the Planes?/ video and more

by bluesbaby5050 on February 10th, 2015

Inside 9/11: Who Controlled the Planes?/ video and more. THIS PLANE LOOKS FAKE! TAKE A CLOSER LOOK. [click on image to enlarge] Rebekah Roth May Have Deduced the Answers. ForbiddenKnowledgeTV Alexandra Bruce. February 9, 2015. Why did all four hijacked planes on 9/11 make such long detours? How did the hijackers know about "radar holes"? How could they conduct key hijacking events, such as turning off their transponders simultaneously, all within 10 minutes? Who controlled the planes, when they were out of communication with one another? The answers to these questions may have been solved in the novelized version of the events that day by 30-year veteran stewardess, Rebekah Roth, in her hot-off-the-presses and flying-off-the-shelves book, 'Methodical Illusion,' where she suggests that these long detours were written into the narrative to account for what was done with the planes and their passengers, none of which were involved in any of the alleged crashes seen on TV but which were taken to secured airfields, where most or all of the non-complicit passengers were killed by the real hijackers. This may explain why the FAA registry still listed 2 of the tail numbers as actively in use until up to 2005 - although naysayers have an argument for that; that tail numbers for destroyed planes could have been re-assigned. I don't know the protocols for any of this so, we'll leave it at that: curious. Not sure why they hired Arnold Schwarzenegger to do the voiceover for this. Just kidding, this clip was produced by a group in Germany, which has produced several hard-hitting, no-nonsense videos about the obviousness of the official narrative 9/11 not being true.- https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WC9KZ2Yy5g4#t=0 MORE HERE: PLUS AN IMPORTANT VIDEO WITHIN THIS LINK - http://hyperboreanvibrations.blogspot.com/2012/11/ufos-at-twin-towers-91...

 Filed under: Events

Comments

You must be logged in to comment

Site Statistics

Posts
18,097
Comments
31,738
Members
23,377