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Great Attempt at a Whitewash
26 January 2014
The film, likely shot by a Hollywood group, covers a lot of ground and offers up many potential culprits, and a specific reason for the attack.

But it misses one group completely, a group that actually benefited greatly and lost nothing.

They missed mentioning the dancing and celebrating young men who had video equipment set up aimed at the WTC from across the Hudson River, PRIOR to the first plane striking. They knew in advance. They were dancing around and celebrating, while everyone else was in shock. They have become known as the "Dancing Israelis" and if you want to know more just Google them.

They missed the real estate mogul, owner of dozens of high-rise commercial properties in NYC and Chicago who took ownership of WTC1 and WTC2 just six months before they were destroyed. These towers were chronically under-occupied due to rent that was out of line, and were in dire need of massive overhauls for elevators, HVAC, fiber data cable installation, and the biggie, they had ASBESTOS on the steel beams that would cost many millions to be removed. He, seemingly stupidly, took them on anyway, insured them to the hilt with a terrorist damage rider, and had his horrible investment turn into a massive windfall on the morning of 9/11. His name was "Lucky" Larry Silverstein, the best friend of Bibi Netanyahu and a dual citizen of Israel. Bibi had this to say about the 9/11 incident; "It's very good…….Well, it's not good, but it will generate immediate sympathy (for Israel)" A good detective always determines who benefited from the crime as the first step. America is attacked by 19 Muslim men from Saudi Arabia, led by Osama bin Laden, from Saudi Arabia (an ally of Israel). Instead of attacking Saudi Arabia, America responds by attacking Iraq (an enemy of Israel) and Afghanistan (an enemy of Israel). American blood and treasure has been offered up to destroy an avowed enemy of Israel because Saudi Arabia, an ally of Israel, supposedly attacked an American city.

I think this film needs a sequel. Or, maybe, this back-lot Hollywood production was especially written as a purposeful cover up
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