9/11 Truth: The Mysterious Collapse of WTC Seven

Via: Global Research

[originally published in September 2009]

At 5:21 in the afternoon of 9/11, almost seven hours after the Twin Towers had come down, Building 7 of the World Trade Center also came down. The collapse of this building was from the beginning considered a mystery. [1]

The same should have been true, to be sure, of the collapse of the Twin Towers. But they had been hit by planes, which had ignited big fires in them, and many people assumed this combination of causes to be sufficient to explain why they came down.

But WTC 7 had not been hit by a plane, so it was apparently the first steel-framed high-rise building in the known universe to have collapsed because of fire alone. New York Times writer James Glanz quoted a structural engineer as saying: “[W]ithin the structural engineering community, [WTC 7] is considered to be much more important to understand [than the Twin Towers],” because engineers had no answer to the question, “why did 7 come down?” [2]

From a purely scientific perspective, of course, there would have been an obvious answer. Scientists, presupposing the regularity of nature, operate on the principle that like effects generally imply like causes. Scientists are, therefore, loathe to posit unprecedented causes for common phenomena. By 9/11, the collapse of steel-framed high-rises had become a rather common phenomenon, which most Americans had seen on television. And in every one of these cases, the building had been brought down by explosives in the process known as controlled demolition. From a scientific perspective, therefore, the obvious assumption would have been that WTC 7 came down because explosives had been used to remove its steel supports.

However, the public discussion of the destruction of the World Trade Center did not occur in a scientific context, but in a highly charged political context. America had just been attacked, it was almost universally believed, by foreign terrorists who had flown hijacked planes into the Twin Towers, and in response the Bush administration had launched a “war on terror.” The idea that even one of the buildings had been brought down by explosives would have implied that the attacks had not been a surprise, so this idea could not be entertained by many minds in private, let alone in public.

This meant that people had to believe, or at least pretend to believe, that Building 7 had been brought down by fire, even though, as Glanz wrote: “[E]xperts said no building like it, a modern, steel-reinforced high-rise, had ever collapsed because of an uncontrolled fire.” [3] And so, this building’s collapse had to be considered a mystery – insofar as it was considered at all.

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Buildings do not fall in place unassisted…End of Story….
-Moose

Regular Patron Given Key to Room 322 at the ZaZa Hotel in Houston by Mistake

Via: Godlikeproductions

The story:

“stay here frequently when on business. Hotel was booked solid and my colleague managed to score a room unplanned. We all had normal ZaZa style rooms (swanky) and he ended up in this goth dungeon closet.

Seriously- the room had a chain holding the bed to wall, pictures of skulls and a creepy, incongruous portrait of an old man. Room was about 1/3 the normal size with the furniture blocking part of the TV, bed and window.

We asked about it at the front desk and the clerk looked it up and said ” that room isn’t supposed to be rented.’ and immediately moved him.”

Thankfully for you and I, his friend took pictures before talking to the front desk. See them at the link that follows:

[link to imgur.com]

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Why Don’t People See?

Via: economicnoise.com

I meet people that still believe that the world is fine. They believe things like:

  • The US government has plenty of money.
  • Government cares for its citizens.
  • The economy cannot crash.
  • We are not in a recession (Depression).
  • The lives of their children will be better than their own.
  • The government can continue to print money to fund promises they cannot afford.

Despite these untenable beliefs, these are not stupid people. Many are professionals who do quite well — doctors, lawyers, dentists, college professors, etc. They are not  zombies, our walking dead, who have no idea about what is happening around them no less  the way things work in an economy, society or the world. It is our educated who should care yet seem to be oblivious to what lies ahead.

The ignorance and/or lack of concern of this group is perplexing and maddening. They are certainly capable of understanding. It is also in their interests to comprehend, as they are the ones who will lose the most. How doe one open their eyes? What can they be shown to arouse them from their ignorance?

Read more: here

Why Don’t People See?

Via: economicnoise.com

I meet people that still believe that the world is fine. They believe things like:

  • The US government has plenty of money.
  • Government cares for its citizens.
  • The economy cannot crash.
  • We are not in a recession (Depression).
  • The lives of their children will be better than their own.
  • The government can continue to print money to fund promises they cannot afford.

Despite these untenable beliefs, these are not stupid people. Many are professionals who do quite well — doctors, lawyers, dentists, college professors, etc. They are not  zombies, our walking dead, who have no idea about what is happening around them no less  the way things work in an economy, society or the world. It is our educated who should care yet seem to be oblivious to what lies ahead.

The ignorance and/or lack of concern of this group is perplexing and maddening. They are certainly capable of understanding. It is also in their interests to comprehend, as they are the ones who will lose the most. How doe one open their eyes? What can they be shown to arouse them from their ignorance?

Read more: here

Maintaining Credibility Within Military Public Affairs While Preserving and Participating in Military Deception

Via: ou.edu

 As gatekeepers of information for the U.S. Military, the credibility of military public affairs is vital to remain trustworthy in the eyes of the media and more importantly, the American people. If credibility is lost, the media may no longer look to military public affairs officials for accurate and timely information. Instead, they will search elsewhere, seeking to “climb the fence” instead of passing through the public affairs gate.

 Maintaining this credibility is difficult because it is necessary to participate in deception during the course of the military public affairs personnel’s duties. To maintain these two seemingly conflicting policies (deception and credibility) warrants investigation, explanation, and discussion. 

Since the United States Civil War and earlier, U.S. Armed Forces have used deception to outwit opponents, win battles and triumph in war. In the summer of 1862, the Confederate Army was able to deceive the Union Army into thinking they faced a much larger force than existed. The Confederates did this in part by planting disinformation in the Richmond, Va., newspaper and by shifting troops from one side of a line to the other. 

Subsequently, the U.S. military continues a policy of deception through such things as psychological operations, targeting enemy forces, and withholding information to aid in secrecy of operations. 

As gatekeepers of information, military public affairs must temper the conflict between providing a steady and reliable flow of information to the media while preserving military deception (as an active participant in that deception) and maintaining credibility.

Unbelievable…
-Moose

Read more: here

Maintaining Credibility Within Military Public Affairs While Preserving and Participating in Military Deception

Via: ou.edu

 As gatekeepers of information for the U.S. Military, the credibility of military public affairs is vital to remain trustworthy in the eyes of the media and more importantly, the American people. If credibility is lost, the media may no longer look to military public affairs officials for accurate and timely information. Instead, they will search elsewhere, seeking to “climb the fence” instead of passing through the public affairs gate.

 Maintaining this credibility is difficult because it is necessary to participate in deception during the course of the military public affairs personnel’s duties. To maintain these two seemingly conflicting policies (deception and credibility) warrants investigation, explanation, and discussion. 

Since the United States Civil War and earlier, U.S. Armed Forces have used deception to outwit opponents, win battles and triumph in war. In the summer of 1862, the Confederate Army was able to deceive the Union Army into thinking they faced a much larger force than existed. The Confederates did this in part by planting disinformation in the Richmond, Va., newspaper and by shifting troops from one side of a line to the other. 

Subsequently, the U.S. military continues a policy of deception through such things as psychological operations, targeting enemy forces, and withholding information to aid in secrecy of operations. 

As gatekeepers of information, military public affairs must temper the conflict between providing a steady and reliable flow of information to the media while preserving military deception (as an active participant in that deception) and maintaining credibility.

Unbelievable…
-Moose

Read more: here

CREATING A NEW REALITY: INFORMATION AGE EFFECTS ON THE DECEPTION PROCESS


Really, This is what my countrymen are working on? This was your thesis? I’m ashamed..But not surprised….
-Moose

An Excerpt:

Deception as a means to achieve surprise is a recurring theme in the history of warfare. Successful deception uses information to manipulate and shape an adversary’s perception of the world to a viewpoint that creates an atmosphere in which the adversary acts in accordance to the deceiver’s will. Deception is a complex problem that crosses the boundaries of several disciplines including sociology, psychology, and political studies. Today’s information environment, however, demands a further examination of deception’s relevance in the modern world.

Given the technological explosion over the past two decades with respect to information flow and availability, certain questions arise. How do Information Age changes affect deception operations? Do they relegate deception to old world lore or does the increased access to knowledge and information increase deception opportunities and its effectiveness? In short, what effect does the Information Age have on the overall deception process and what are the ramifications for today’s political and military strategists?


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Yes,Our Country Really Would Do Something Like This…

 By Moose

Operation Northwood

It is possible to create an incident which will demonstrate convincingly that a Cuban aircraft has attacked and shot down a chartered civil airliner en route from the United States to Jamaica, Guatemala, Panama, or Venezuela. The destination would be chosen only to cause the flight plan route to cross Cuba. The passengers could be a group of college students off on a holiday or any grouping of persons with a common interest to support chartering a non-scheduled flight.

a. An aircraft at Eglin AFB would be painted and numbered as an exact duplicate for a civil registered aircraft belonging to a CIA proprietary organization in the Miami area. At a designated time the duplicate would be substituted for the actual civil aircraft and would be loaded with the selected passengers, all boarded under carefully prepared aliases. The actual registered aircraft would be converted to a drone.

b. Take off times of the drone aircraft and the actual aircraft will be scheduled to allow a rendezvous south of Florida. From the rendezvous point the passenger-carrying aircraft will descend to minimum altitude and go directly into an auxiliary field at Eglin AFB where arrangements will have been made to evacuate the passengers and return the aircraft to its original status. The drone aircraft meanwhile will continue to fly the filed flight plan. When over Cuba the drone will begin transmitting on the international distress frequency a “MAY DAY” message stating he is under attack by Cuban MIG aircraft. The transmission will be interrupted by destruction of the aircraft which will be triggered by radio signal. This will allow ICAO radio[16] stations in the Western Hemisphere to tell the United States what has happened to the aircraft instead of the United States trying to “sell” the incident.

Link to original document: here