Since September 11, the basic facts/factoids concerning 9-11 (the departure
times of the aircraft, etc.) have varied depending on the news organization
consulted. In this article, I have used as my default the facts/factoids
given in Time magazine's September 11 edition unless otherwise indicated.
February 23, 2002 Those of us who have been watching know Operation
911 was an inside job, pulled off by remote controlled aircraft.
We also know that the military organization responsible for protecting
American skies the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)
did not show up on September 11, leaving the skies wide open for the
remote controlled jets to work their deadly havoc.
Some will tell you the world is full of coincidences. Here is
one for the books. The very people who left the American skies open
for the 9-11 attack NORAD are among the world's leading experts on
remote controlled aircraft.
NORAD personnel had the means to send those planes to attack.
And NORAD created the opportunity for those planes to attack. This
elevates NORAD to Suspect Number One.
Yes, NORAD trigger men, traitors, may have guided the "suicide jets"
on September 11. The dog we bought to guard the hen house may
well have taken the day off and killed the chickens.
NORAD is the military organization formed by treaty between the U.S. and
Canada to monitor and defend North American skies against enemy aircraft,
missiles, and space vehicles. In the US, NORAD has an agreement with
the Federal Aviation Administration to cooperate in emergency civil aviation
situations when aircraft go off course or are hijacked.
For information on NORAD, see Canada's Department of National Defence
website, "Canada-United States Defense Regulations," http://www.dnd.ca/menu/canada-us/bg00.010_e.htm
You can read FAA/NORAD regulations at:
You may want to pay particular attention to Chapter 7, which deals with
the escort of hijacked aircraft. In addition, read the discussion
of military interception of civilian aircraft in "Mr. Cheney's Cover Story,"
by Bykov & Israel. Look at the discussion of how NORAD jets force
troublesome aircraft to land.
NORAD, Masters Of Remote Control
Since 1959, NORAD personnel have been installing remote control units in
a variety of aircraft and remotely controlling those aircraft in sophisticated
aeronautical maneuvers, including combat practice. See "Thwarting
skyjackings from the ground," written by Alan Staats for Facsnet, and posted
on October 2, 2001. (Facsnet is an education service provided
for its reporters by Associated Press.)
(Look at paragraph entitled "History on remote control.")
"Controlling the aircraft from the ground is nothing new. The
military has been flying obsolete high performance fighter aircraft as
target drones since the 1950s. In fact, NORAD (the North American
Air Defense Command) had at its disposal a number of U.S. Air Force General
Dynamics F-106 Delta Dart fighter aircraft configured to be remotely flown
into combat as early as 1959 under the auspices of a program known as SAGE.
These aircraft could be started, taxied, taken off, flown into combat,
fight, and return to a landing entirely by remote control, with the only
human intervention needed being to fuel and re-arm them."
Re-read that final sentence in the above quote:
"These [NORAD] aircraft could be started, taxied, taken off, flown into
combat, fight, and return to a landing entirely by remote control
Given over 40 years of institutional experience, flying remotely controlled
"suicide" jets into the World Trade Center towers would have been a piece
of cake for NORAD. This information puts NORAD's failure to protect
our skies on September 11, 2001 in a new light.
NORAD, Transponders, and Conventional Radar
Transponders are receiver/transmitter devices installed on planes for the
purpose of tracking their location. Sometimes called "secondary radar,"
transponders tell Air Traffic Control the latitude, longitude, altitude,
and speed of the aircraft as well as the plane's identification, airline
and flight number. Compare transponders with conventional, or "primary
radar," which detects distant objects and determines their position, velocity,
and other characteristics by analysis of very high frequency radio waves
reflected from the surface of the aircraft. Conventional radar shows
the latitude and longitude of the aircraft, but, unlike transponders, will
not reveal the airline, flight number, nor altitude of the aircraft.
For years air traffic controllers have relied on conventional radar,
and it still works. One experienced pilot I interviewed told me that
on several occasions he was flying aircraft when the transponder failed.
Air Traffic Control simply located his position with conventional radar,
For more information on transponders, see "Transponder Basics," written
by Tom Rogers, a pilot and a Ph.D. physicist who owns an avionics equipment
company. The article on the website is undated; however, the author
has confirmed (via e-mail to me dated February 10, 2002) that the information
contained in the article is current. I quote from that article:
"Today, virtually all ATC radar installations are equipped with both
primary and secondary radar capability."
Many Americans I have spoken to believe that NORAD failed to do its
job on September 11 because the "suicide pilots" turned off the transponders
in each of the four planes. NORAD was thus unable to find the location
of the aircraft and consequently could not intercept them, they say.
Think about it. NORAD's job is to protect us from enemy bombers
and missiles sent over our skies by foreign powers. Would those foreign
powers be considerate enough to put transponders on their bombers and missiles
so NORAD could locate them and shoot them down? Of course not.
NORAD is expected to find unidentified flying objects without transponders.
Confirm this by visiting the Canadian Defense website again, "Canada-United
States Defense Regulations."
"NORAD uses a network of ground-based radars, sensors and fighter jets
to detect, intercept and, if necessary, engage any threats to the continent."
Transponders help to filter out all identifiable aircraft for NORAD
and allow them to focus on those craft that are unidentified. An
aircraft flying without a transponder gets special attention.
NORAD must have known when each of the transponders in the four "suicide"
jets was turned off, and must have known immediately. At all times,
NORAD must have known the location of each of the four planes. (See
expanded discussion of NORAD's surveillance capabilities in Part II, in
section "NORAD vs. FAA Who Sees What?" http://www.Public-Action.com/911/noradsend2.html
Before we go any further, let us consider the implications of the so-called
hijackers/suicide pilots turning off the transponders. If the "hijackers"
knew enough about transponders to shut them off, they surely must have
known the aircraft could be tracked and located by conventional radar.
Why, then, did the "hijackers" turn off the transponders? There's
a question to ponder.
Put in other words, why did the suicide pilots want to keep the name
of the airline, the flight number, the altitude, and the speed of the aircraft
a secret, even though the latitude and longitude of the aircraft could
not be kept secret? Turning off the transponders would not have helped
the mission if NORAD was doing its job. The suicide pilots would
have known NORAD would not be fooled by the trick.
Deflecting Attention From NORAD
Those who want to pursue the War on Islam of course want to sustain the
lie that Muslim suicide pilots were responsible for 9-11. They want
to keep the real trigger men the men working under the NORAD cover
hidden from public view.
So public attention must be deflected from NORAD's culpability and focused
on the FAA and the failureo of "the system." Top FAA executives and the
FAA/NORAD liaison people were of course involved and could give us information.
Their failure to speak is either a sign that they have been ordered to
shut their mouths for the sake of "national security" or a testament to
some other complicity.
While reading the following, notice the varied nature of the diversionary
"what did the FAA know and when did they know it and when did they tell
NORAD what they knew" controversy. You will notice that no one mentions
NORAD's access to radar, nor a description of what NORAD could see.
(Further discussion of this topic in Part II.) Instead there
is constant fudging about radar data in general and a pretense that there
is no cold, objective evidence that can be examined to tell us what really
happened that day.
Path of Flight 11
The first plane to hit the WTC, American Flight 11, left Boston's Logan
Airport at 7:59 a.m. bound for Los Angeles. In its story "The nation
reels," published on September 12, 2001, The Christian Science Monitor
says of Flight 11:
"Shortly afterward, as aircraft (sic) was making its turn toward New
York City, the plane's transponder was turned off. With its transponder
off, its altitude became a matter of guesswork for the controllers, although
the plane was still visible on radar
Nice that the civilian conventional radar system was mentioned, but
note that there is no mention of the mission and capabilities of NORAD.
As the Canadian government tells us, "
NORAD uses a network of ground-based
radars, sensors and fighter jets to detect, intercept and, if necessary,
engage any threats to the continent."
United Statement on Flight 175's Radar History
United Flight 175 left Boston's Logan Airport at 7:58 a.m., headed for
Los Angeles. At 9:06 a.m., it was the second plane to hit the WTC.
United Airlines released a press statement that day. Referring the
Flight 175, the press statement contains this sentence:
"Last radar contact with the aircraft was between Newark, NJ, and Philadelphia,
Yet we know Flight 175 continued on to New York and hit the south tower
of the WTC. United could have said that the transponder was turned
off, and included the information that the plane was still being tracked
by conventional radar. Instead, United gave the impression that the
craft was not visible on radar "between Newark, NJ and Philadelphia, PA,"
and was never seen on radar again. How is that possible? And of course
no mention of NORAD.
Washington Post on Flight 77
Let's turn now to the Washington Post, one of the nation's loudest cheerleaders
for the War on Islam. See "Pentagon Crash Highlights a Radar Gap,"
(November 3, 2001), covering Flight 77.
American Airlines Flight 77 left Dulles Airport near Washington, D.C.
at 8:10 a.m. and hit the Pentagon at 9:40. a.m. The Post states
it disappeared from radar screens at 8:50 a.m., when the "hijackers" turned
off the transponder. But now the Post turns attention to the FAA's
ability to track the plane with conventional radar.
"The answers to the mystery of the aircraft's disappearance begin with
the fact that hijacking took place in an area served by only one type of
radar, FAA officials confirmed
The article goes on to say that "the radar installation near Parkersburg,
W.Va., was built with only secondary radar called 'beacon-only' radar.
That left the controllers monitoring Flight 77 at the Indianapolis center
blind when the hijackers apparently switched off the aircraft's transponder."
Later we shall see that when Gen. Ralph Eberhart, commander of NORAD,
testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on October 25, other
facts/factoids were asserted concerning Flight 77's path. Sen. Levin
stated that Flight 77 was seen on radar, over West Virginia, heading east,
at 8:55 a.m. Gen. Eberhart did not dispute those facts/factoids.
See "Sen. Levin Told To Ask The FAA." But let's use this facts/factoids
for the moment in making this analysis:
Flight 77's transponder was turned off at 8:56 a.m., eleven minutes
after Flight 11 had hit the first tower of the WTC. Before Flight
11 crashed, its transponder had been turned off. The non-working
transponder on Flight 77 should have been a warning of another impending
disaster. When Flight 77's transponder was turned off, its location
was as clear as a bell. Using mathematical calculations, it should
have been easy for the FAA to estimate a range for its probable location.
And remember, NORAD would have this information in real time. Flight
77 should have been easy to intercept. Instead, Flight 77 was allowed
to meander around the country for 45 minutes, unsupervised.
As the Canadian government reminds us, "NORAD uses a network of ground-based
radars, sensors and fighter jets to detect, intercept and, if necessary,
engage any threats to the continent." Well, Canada, that's the general
The Washington Post of course neglects to mention that NORAD did not
need transponders to track that plane; but the Washington Post was not
yet through with muddying the waters and diverting attention from NORAD.
"In the case of American Flight 77, it is unclear whether additional
warning time would have changed anything. Military jets were scrambled
after controllers became aware of the hijacked aircraft, but the fighters
could not get to the Washington area in time," says the Post.
That's a dumb lie, even for the Washington Post. Andrews Air Force
Base, home of Air Force One, is just 10 miles from Washington D.C.
How long would it take for Andrews jets, capable of flying at twice the
speed of sound, to get over Washington D.C./Pentagon airspace?
Miami Herald on Flight 77
Now let's cut over to the Miami Herald's more believable September 14 story,
"Who watched as flight plan was aborted?"
"FORTY-five minutes. That's how long American Airlines Flight 77 meandered
through the air headed for the White House, its flight plan abandoned,
its radar beacon silent. Originally bound for Los Angeles from Washington,
it got as far as the Ohio border before terrorists disabled the aircraft's
transponder, a piece of equipment that sends a signal back to control centers.
"It was about 9 a.m.
"At that moment, the north tower of the World Trade Center was already
"Minutes later, a second airliner would crash into the south tower,
providing unmistakable evidence that the United States was under terrorist
"Meanwhile Flight 77 was turning around, streaking back east over Virginia
toward the White House and finally slamming into the Pentagon at 9:45 a.m.
"Who was watching in those 45 minutes?
Even with the
transponder silent, the plane should have been visible on radar, both to
controllers who handle cross-continent air traffic and to a Federal Aviation
Administration command center outside of Washington, according to air traffic
"The FAA, which handles air traffic control, would not discuss the track
of Flight 77 or what happened in air-control centers while it was in flight.
Neither would American Airlines."
Why won't the FAA and American discuss Flight 77's route? The
damage has already been done, and the pretext to make war on Israel's enemies
has already been provided. But while the Miami Herald quite
properly notes the suspicious behavior of the FAA and American Airlines,
it does not breathe a word about the mission and capabilities of NORAD.
CBS vs. White House on Flight 77
White House spokesmen Ari Fleischer said that according to radar data he
had seen, Flight 77 was headed for the White House. CBS News publicly
disagreed with him, saying that's not what the recorded flight path showed.
See "Primary Target," September 21, 2001,
What was the source of Ari Fleischer's radar data? What was the
source of CBS's radar data? We are not told. All this information
comes from anonymous sources.
Friends, some stuff happened on September 11. And some stuff didn't.
Radar provides objective evidence of the truth. Yes, someone's playing
games with Ari Fleischer's radar data. Someone's playing games
with the FAA radar data. But no one is talking about NORAD's radar
Time, Newsweek and US Today on Flight 77:
What Did The Radar Really Say?
O.K. We have established that even when its transponder was turned
off, Flight 77's journey would have been tracked by NORAD's conventional
radars and FAA conventional radar systems (Miami Herald, above).
Flight 77's flight path should be no great mystery. Nor should there
be any mystery about the flight paths of the other jets. Shortly after
9-11, Time, Newsweek, and USA today published diagrams of the flight paths
of the run away jets. You can see those diagrams at:
In the copy below those diagrams, you will find a discussion of the
many contradictions among the three. You will also notice that
none of these diagrams show Flight 175 disappearing from the radar screens
somewhere between Newark and Philadelphia, as United Airlines claims.
But for the moment, let's look at what each says about Flight 77:
USA Today produced an animated diagram on its webpage which we cached on
October 23, 2001. According to USA Today, on its flight westward,
Flight 77 made an unscheduled detour over West Virginia (see the hump.)
This detour does not appear on the Time or Newsweek versions. USA
Today's Flight 77 does not cross the border into Ohio, but turns around
in West Virginia for its journey back east. Note how far south USA
Today's Flight 77 flew, compared to the route taken by Time and Newsweek's
Time Magazine, in its special September 11 edition (no page numbers) shows
that Flight 77 entered Ohio. Note the broken line representing Flight
77's return trip east, with the words "Return flight path uncertain," under
the broken lines. The same drawing appeared in Time on September
24, 2001 (pg. 32).
Newsweek published its version of Flight 77's flight path on September
24, pg. 31. You will see that Newsweek's rendition of Flight 77's
return flight is different than Time's. A point of similarity:
the return path is shown by a broken line, and labelled "estimated path."
Yes. Someone's playing games with radar.
Payne Stewart Response: 19 Minutes, Hey Presto
On October 25, 1999, at 9:33 a.m. air traffic controllers in Florida lost
touch with a Learjet carrying golfer Payne Stewart and several companions
after it left Orlando headed for Dallas, Texas. Nineteen minutes
after Air Traffic Control realized something was wrong, one or more US
Air Force fighter jets were already on top of the situation, in the air,
close to the Learjet. Moreover, throughout the course of its flight,
Payne Stewart's jet was given escort from National Guard aircraft coordinated
across state lines. See "Golfer Payne Stewart Dies," October 25,
or read the National Transportation Safety Board report on Payne Stewart's
(There are minor discrepancies between the ABC and NTSB reports.)
That was the response when a small private jet lost radio contact with
air traffic control over a relatively sparsely populated area in Florida.
Compare that to what was done when they lost communication with four commercial
passenger jets flying over the populous northeast on September 11,
Note of February 26, 2002: Since
this was written, a reader has pointed out the NTSB report used Eastern
Daylight Time in the beginning of its account and then switched to Central
Daylight Time. Thus the NTSB report showed that 1 hour and 19 minutes
elapsed between realization that the Stewart flight was in trouble and
deployment of the military jets. Compare this to a contemporaneous
report that appeared in the Washington Post on October 26, 1999, "Golfer
Payne Stewart Dies in Jet Crash," which was sent along to me by the same
The Washington Post reporters apparently got their information from
the FAA directly, as the story broke: The Post indicates that 24
minutes elapsed between the time the air traffic controller first noticed
something was wrong (9:44 a.m.) to the dispatching of the jets at 10:08.
There are other anomalies in the NTSB report, the examination of which
are beyond to scope of this article.
My purpose in citing the Payne Stewart incident was to show that the
presence of NORAD on the North American continent should have shaped the
events of 9-11 very differently and should have shaped the plans of the
hijackers very differently. It was reasonable to expect a NORAD response
within approximately 20 minutes of notification. Certainly NORAD
considered that reasonable. On September 18, NORAD issued a press
release stating that it took only six minutes to get planes in the air
after notification on Flight 11, nine minutes to get planes in the air
after notification on Flight 175, and six minutes to get planes in the
air after notification on Flight 77.
In the following text, whenever the Payne Stewart incident is cited,
please read with this February 26 note in mind.
September 11 Response: 80 Minutes And Waiting
Again, the first plane to hit the WTC was American Airlines Flight 11.
It left Logan Airport in Boston at 7:59 a.m. According to "A Plane
Left Boston and Skimmed Over River and Mountain in a Deadly Detour," published
by The New York Times on September 13, 2001,
"The plane held on course, almost due west, for only 16 minutes.
"Just past Worcester, Mass., instead of taking a southerly turn, the
Boeing 767 swung to the north at 8:15. It had been taken over . .
"Five minutes later, at 8:20, Flight 11 failed to follow an instruction
to climb to its cruising altitude of 31,00 feet. It was this point
that air controllers suspected something was wrong. And just about
then the plane's transponder, a piece of equipment that broadcast its location,
When Flight 11 veered sharply off course at 8:15 a.m., Air Traffic Control
should have known immediately something was wrong. But apparently
they did not try to get in touch with Flight 11, and allowed five minutes
to go by before instructing it to climb to 31,000 feet. Given that
the plane was off course already, why didn't ATC tell it to get back on
course? And given that it was off course, why tell the pilots to
climb? We are not told. But let's put these considerations
aside. Air Traffic Control should have known something was severely amiss
at 8:15 a.m., or at the latest, 8:20. a.m.
Yet Flight 11 and three more passenger jets were sequentially permitted
to go missing and run amok for at least one hour and 20 minutes (80 minutes
the Pentagon was hit at 9:40 a.m.) without NORAD getting its jets in
position to intercept the runaway craft. Compare NORAD's performance
on September 11, 2001 with its performance on October 25, 1999, in the
Payne Stewart case.
Real Hijackers Would Plan On NORAD Showing Up
"To be able to make these attacks within an half hour [of each other]
that shows an incredible degree of organization or skill," says Stanley
Bedlington, a retired senior analyst at the CIA counterterrorism center.
(Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor, "The national reels," September
Rubbish, Mr. Bedlington. Had there been real hijackers, they would
have earned a "D" for this effort. Careful planners would have researched
the expected reaction time of NORAD. The Payne Stewart example was
already well-known, and the NTSB report was publicly available. Real
hijackers would expect NORAD would be onto them in 19 minutes following
detection of a problem. (Payne Stewart, above.) Surely
this is Hijackology 101.
Look at the three diagrams again:
Real hijackers with "an incredible degree of organization or skill"
would not have taken jets from Boston to hit New York, and given the NORAD
30 minutes and 50 minutes, respectively, to intercept them. Real
hijackers would not have taken a jet from Dulles and meandered all the
way to Ohio and back again before hitting the Pentagon.
Real hijackers with even a modicum of organization or skill would have
hijacked planes from Kennedy or LaGuardia to hit the WTC towers shortly
after take-off and struck like lightning while the planes were close to
their targets, before anyone had a chance to react. Real hijackers
would have hijacked a plane from National, Baltimore-Washington, or Dulles
airports and hit the Pentagon shortly after take-off and struck like lightning
while the plane was close to its target and before anyone had a chance
Remember, real hijackers would have believed they had, at the very most,
a 19-minute window of opportunity before NORAD interception, as proven
by the Payne Stewart case. They would not have believe they had an
80-minute window of opportunity, as NORAD gave them on September 11 (Flight
11 went amiss at 8:15-8:20 a.m, Pentagon hit 80 minutes later at 9:40 a.m.).
No. "Real" hijackers did not pull off this caper. Believing
that NORAD tried to protect us but was bested by superior hijacker strategy
is akin to taking professional wrestling seriously. DC Dave (http://thebird.org/host/dcdave
) put it succinctly when he wrote "The Show Goes On,"
The Rock's opponent cooperates
When he's thrown down on the mat.
Now think of September 11:
Our defense was just like that.
A Word About Joe Vialls' "Operation Home Run"
Because we have been discussing the Facsnet article on remote control,
this is perhaps the place to mention Joe Vialls' article "Operation Home
Run," on remote control of commercial passenger jets and 9-11. "Operation
Home Run" has been widely circulated on the Internet.
In a nutshell, Mr. Vialls says that technology that allows controllers
on the ground to assume remote control of aircraft had been secretly installed
in US commercial passenger jets. Mr. Vialls says that unauthorized
persons assumed control of the remote control systems on September 11 and
caused the crashes.
Now let's look at the October 2 Facsnet article "Thwarting skyjackings
from the ground" once again. Notice the subtitle: "Automated airplane
landing systems are advanced enough to bring a hijacked airplane 'home.'"
The first paragraphs read:
"Technology now exists that could allow a ground crew to override and
direct the flight path of a hijacked plane.
"Following the Sept. 11 attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center,
President George W. Bush called for the creation of a system that would
allow Air Traffic Controllers on the ground the ability to assume remote
control of the aircraft and direct it to a safe landing at a nearby airport.
"The military has employed this capability since the 1950s. Modifying
and implementing the technology for use on passenger carrying aircraft
in the United States would involve significant capital outlay, research
The author thus clearly states that the technology "that would allow
Air Traffic Controllers on the ground the ability to assume remote control
of the aircraft" has not yet been installed into US passenger jets.
The author, Alan Staats, warns of the capital outlay involved. Mr.
Staats consulted the following experts when researching his article:
Richard Vandam, US Airways A320 Captain; Former Captain, U.S. Air Force,
RF4-C pilot, Reno National Championship Air Races Air Boss and Chase Plane
pilot, check and instructor pilot for vintage Cold War era Eastern Bloc
fighter aircraft (MiG-15, -17, -21). Reno, Nevada. 775-742-5640 (cell),
775-851 1930 (home), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Aircraft Electronics Association (http://www.aea.net). Contact: Paula
Derks, 4217 S. Hocker, Independence, MO 64055. Phone: 816-373-6565.
Fax: 816-478-3100; email: email@example.com
National Business Aircraft Association. Main contacts: Joseph Ponte,
Jack Olcott, 1200 Eighteenth Street NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC, 20036-2506.
Tel: (202) 783-9000. Fax: (202) 331-8364. Web: http://www.nbaa.org
FlightSafety International-Corporate Headquarters. Contact:
James Waugh, Marine Air Terminal, LaGuardia Airport, Flushing, NY 11371-1061.
(718) 565-4100,? (800) 877-5343; Fax: (718) 565 4174. Questions@FlightSafety.com
Airline Pilots Association, Contact: Gary Dinunno. http://www.alpa.org
Mr. Vialls does not cite any documentary evidence, nor does he cite any
authorities upon whom he relied when writing his article. I recently
wrote to Mr. Vialls asking him for the source for his information, and
asking if the technology had ever been successfully used (Footnote 1).
Mr. Vialls answered me that he could not cite documentation to substantiate
any of his claims. Everything was top secret, said Mr. Vialls (Footnote
I dont' know about you, but this stretches my credulity to breaking
point. Note the Vialls article diverts our attention to hijackers
outside the government and military, away from NORAD. I suspect Mr. Vialls
has fabricated his "top secret" information. I believe there is clear
and convincing evidence that the bad boys operated within the NORAD network,
and that's where our attention should be.
In consideration of all the above, I have come to the conclusion that
"Operation Home Run" is bogus, a rear-guard attempt to help the NORAD coverup.
What Motive Did NORAD Have For 9-11?
By now we are familiar with the shocking story of the treason of President
Johnson and Secretary of Defense McNamara when they allowed Israel to torpedo
the USS Liberty, and ordered American fighter pilots, who were aloft and
coming to Liberty's aid, back to their aircraft carrier. http://www.USSLiberty.org
When it comes to treason in high places on behalf of Israel, we in the
US have seen it already. And every administration since the time
of the Liberty attack has cooperated in the treason by failing to investigate
and punish the traitors. Such is the bald and ugly State of the Union.
On September 10, 2001, just one day before 9-11, The Washington Times
ran a front-page story "US troops would enforce peace under Army study."
The Times quoted officers in the Army's School of Advanced Military Studies
(SAMS). Of the Mossad, Israel's intelligence/dirty trick service, the SAMS
officers said: "Wildcard. Ruthless and cunning. Has capability
to target US forces and make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act."
Repeat: Israel's Mossad is:
"Ruthless and cunning. Has capability to target US forces and
make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act." http://www.trionfopublishing.com/911/sams.html
"Let's you and him fight," has been a tactic used through the ages by
intelligence agents. If you can goad someone else to destroy your
enemy, why not? Thus it is with 9-11. American Zionists
both of the "Christian" and "Jewish" varieties have seized upon 9-11
and used it as a pretext to sweep the world clean of Islam, the burr under
Israel's saddle. And NORAD was used to set it up.
In this light, it is worthwhile to note that Israel also has expertise
in building unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs):
"Don't Look AT 9-11. Look BEFORE. Look AFTER
There is now a plethora of Congressional investigations into 9-11.
None of them will honestly examine what happened that day. Instead,
Congress will focus its attention on the events BEFORE September 11
our alleged intelligence failure to predict the "suicide pilots."
Congress will decide our intelligence agencies need more money and more
police state powers. All opponents to the Empire of Zion must be
liquidated. Congress will do everything in its power to make that
happen. In the same fashion, the Zionist flagship newspaper, The Washington
Post, recently concluded a series of articles about "America's Chaotic
Road To War." The focus was events AFTER September 11. Neither
the Post nor any other newspaper will ever tell the reading public of NORAD's
From: "Carol A. Valentine" <SkyWriter@public-action.com>
Subject: Your HomeRun Article
JoeI've been re-reading your HomeRun article. Interesting stuff!
Can you tell me how you found out that the remote control equipment
had been installed into US commercial passenger planes, and when that equipment
was installed? I can't find any sources myself, and write to ask
that you refer me to your documentation.
Also, can you tell me when this technology was used to foil a hijacking
attempt on a commercial passenger plane?
Many thanks, Joe
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Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 09:02:02 -0800 (PST)From: Joe Vialls <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Your HomeRun Article
To: "Carol A. Valentine" <SkyWriter@public-action.com>
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> Can you tell me how you found out that the remote control equipment
> had been installed into US commercial passenger planes, and when
> equipment was installed? I can't find any sources myself, and write
> to ask that you refer me to your documentation.
German military contacts a decade ago, confirmed by airline staff. There
is absolutely no public documentation of the system, which for several
entirely logical security reasons, was supposed to remain top secret.
To reveal when the equipment was installed would also reveal the specific
aircraft so equipped, and thus vulnerable to attack. This I have agreed
not to comment on.
> Also, can you tell me when this technology was used to foil a
> hijacking attempt on a commercial passenger plane?
To our combined knowledge, although the equipment was subject to rigorous
operational trials by selected test pilots, it has never been used "in
anger". Situations on the few flights where it might have been useful were
defused using lesser [or other] means, and shortly thereafter hijacking
in the west virtually ceased altogether.
Sorry I can't be of more assistance.
This article updated September 29, 2004