I would like to ask you to perform a simple scientific experiment: Set your stop watch and clap a 180 x in 11 seconds. If you can clap a 180 x in 11 seconds chances are the two twin towers could have pancaked in the same time after a simple carbon fuelled fire at the top. However if you can’t you may have to concede that there are a few questions that need answering about the events of 9/11 2001.
Don’t worry. Nobody has been able to achieve the required 180 hand claps in 11 seconds but you are not going crazy and you are not alone. Some 1500 Architects and Engineers have some questions about what transpired on that day too. And Paul Graig Roberts a man who worked as an assistant secretary of treasury under Reagan and an ex-Wall street journal editor has some questions too.
Added to that he has some questions about what happened at the compound were Osama bin Laden was aught and killed too.
In a sensational and explosive TV report, the Pakistani News Agency has provided a live interview with an eye witness to the US attack on the alleged compound of Osama bin Laden. The eye witness, Mohammad Bashir, describes the event as it unfolded. Of the three helicopters, “there was only one that landed the men and came back to pick them up, but as he [the helicopter] was picking them up, it blew away and caught fire.” The witness says that there were no survivors, just dead bodies and pieces of bodies everywhere. “We saw the helicopter burning, we saw the dead bodies, then everything was removed and now there is nothing.”
I always wondered how a helicopter could crash, as the White House reported, without at least producing injuries. Yet, in the original White House story, the SEALs not only survived a 40-minute firefight with al Qaeda, “the most highly trained, most dangerous, most vicious killers on the planet,” without a scratch, but also survived a helicopter crash without a scratch.
The Pakistani news report is available on You Tube. The Internet site, Veterans Today, posted a translation along with a video of the interview. And, Information Clearing House made it available on May 17.
If the interview is not a hoax and the translation is correct, we now know the answer to the unasked question: Why was there no White House ceremony with President Obama pinning medals all over the heroic SEALs who tracked down and executed Public Enemy Number One?
The notion that Obama had to keep the SEALs’ identity secret in order to protect the SEALs from al Qaeda detracts from the heroic tough-guy image of the SEALs, and it strains credulity that Obama’s political handlers would not have milked the occasion for all it is worth.