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The "new" footage of the Pentagon Attack contributor:and eye
First of all--regardless of any of this pointless debate about what hit the Pentagon--let's make one this abundantly clear: NORAD let it happen. The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) maintains tight control of US airspace. NO unauthorized aircraft are allowed to fly in Pentagon airspace. On 9/11, NORAD was directed to let the planes continue to fly when normal protocol would have been to shoot them down. No matter how you feel about various conspiracy theories (including the official US Government sponsored conspiracy theory) there is no way to argue against that.

This "new" video footage, is not "new" at all--it is the same footage that has been circulating around the internet since 2002. It is blurry and it doesn't show anything that 1) we haven't seen before or 2) proves anything. Whether a 757 hit the pentagon or not--there is still no proof that it was flight 77--as they claim the titanium cases of the black boxes were "vaporized"--a first in human history. Also--why have they not released the footage from the cameras in the Sheraton, the gas station across the road, from the Virginia D.O.T...? It should be obvious that there is an organized obfuscation going on here.

The "no 757" theory is one that most of the serious 9-11 research flatly denies, because the evidence does not support the theory. We are being set up with this "new" footage. The footage itself doesn't prove (or disprove) anything. But it is surely not the last step in the game of those who perpetrated this heinous crime. More convincing footage--most likely clearly showing a large passenger aircraft--will be released, and then that footage will be used to debunk all of the rest of the 9/11 research.

As for the rest of the theories--that WTC 7 was deliberately taken down in a controlled demolition, that WTC 1 and 2 were deliberately taken down in controlled demolitions, that $167 billion (now worth over half a trillion) in gold was removed from the Fed depository underneath the south tower and was never accounted for, that flight 93 was shot down--there are vast mounds and piles of evidenciary support for those. Even though the "no 757" theory is not endorsed by serious 9/11 researchers and there is no correlation between the evidence at the Pentagon and the evidence in NYC or of Flight 93, another video will be released showing more details of the Pentagon attack and the mainstream media and quite probably the public will completely dismiss any and all 9/11 "conspiracy theories," except of course the official conspiracy theory endorsed by the 9/11 Commission Report.

Who is behind the release of this footage anyway? A non-profit and unabashedly right-wing organization called Judicial Watch filed the FOIA request to have the Pentagon security camera video released... Let's take a look at who is behind Judicial Watch, shall we?
"In 2002, Judicial Watch received $1.1 million from The Carthage Foundation and a further $400,000 from The Sarah Scaife Foundation. The year before the Scaife Foundation had given $1.35 million and Carthage $500,000.

In all, between 1997 and 2002, Judicial Watch received $7,069,500 (unadjusted for inflation) in 19 grants from a handful of foundations including. The bulk of this funding came from just three foundations--the Sarah Scaife Foundation, The Carthage Foundation and the John M. Olin Foundation, Inc."

The money comes back to the Scaife Family (they administer the Carthage Foundation and the Scaife Foundation). By 1999, the Washington Post reported that the ScaifeÃ..s foundations had given $340 million to conservative causes and institutions. John M. Olin has provided funding for In 2001, the Foundation expended $20,482,961 to fund right-wing think tanks including the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, the Hudson Institute, and the Project for the New American Century (PNAC). The necons are behind the release of this video footage. It is a plan. It is a scam.

Be very careful about which information you trust and which information you don't. Consider all sides of the story... DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH. And realize that the rich and powerful are controlling both sides... digg NewsVine YahooMyWeb Furl Fark Spurl TailRank Ma.gnolia blogmarks co.mments Reddit


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