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9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)

October 15, 2007

9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)

9/11 Coincidences (Part Six)
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“ABLE DANGER” Terror Drills on 9/11
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On the morning of September 11 2001, the US Defence Agencies had been running pre-planned simulations of terrorist attacks involving crashing planes into the WTC and Pentagon. The Bush administration described the event as “a bizarre coincidence”. The matter was not mentioned by the media. True to form for false-flag terror attacks, it seems that these Military Drills were used as cover for the attack.

Webster Tarpley lays out a very convincing case that military drills were used as cover and pretext for the attacks of 9/11. Using drills, our own military resources were directed, in supposed practice attacks, which were ‘flipped live’ by moles working within the government. Using such drills, most of the fighter air cover of the US was redirected to Alaska and Canada. Other drills were used to inject dozens of false ‘blips’ onto FAA radar screens. Still other drills, ones using ‘live fly’ hijacked aircraft, were apparently ‘flipped live’ and the planes crashed into the towers under remote control.

The ‘hijackers’ are mere patsies, DOD controlled “red team” actors. The supposed ‘hijackers’ are essentially actors trained by the military and CIA to play the part of the “red team” in simulated terrorist drills. The now famous “Able Danger” program was most likely one half, the red half, of a hijack drill the other half being “Able Warrior.”

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perhaps we have witnessed the birth of a new mutant

October 7, 2007

NORRISTOWN, Pa. – (AP) A pet store has bought a two-headed turtle from a collector and plans to keep it on display, the store manager said. The 2-month-old turtle, actually conjoined red-eared slider turtle twins, fits on a silver dollar.

It has two heads sticking out from opposite ends of its shell, along with a pair of front feet on each side.

The turtle is apparently healthy, and the species can live 15 to 20 years. The turtle has not yet been named.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070928/ap_on_fe_st/two_headed_turtle