“Someone would have talked.” “You couldn’t have kept such a huge operation like that quiet.”
We’ve heard all those excuses for the official story so many times, despite the fact that many people have talked, despite the obvious truth that yes, our government and National security state do, routinely, pull off highly complex operations, often without our knowledge at all, only sometimes discovered long afterwards–by which I don’t just mean deliberate cover-ups, but relatively “legitimate” operations like legally-authorized forms of intelligence collection, research programs, and military operations. Remember a little thing called the Manhattan Project–much, much larger and more complex than 9/11 would have been, and kept 100% secret? Yes, they can do that. Yes, they are capable of such things. “Incompetence” is only a defense is you can prove it, and nobody’s proven that at all.
And people have talked.
In the midst of researching other things, I happened to run across two fairly chilling items that brought to my attention new evidence about 9/11 and why and how it may have happened. The first is a YouTube video that expands in part on the testimony of 9/11 whistleblower (“someone would have talked”) Richard Grove, an executive at Marsh & McLennan, who was late for an almost unbelievably-timed meeting to discuss wide-scale corruption in government contracts–in a room on the floor in Tower 1 when the planes hit. Along with all the other whistleblowers, but not the senior executive who was supposed to be taking their claims seriously, he was supposed to have been killed that morning. He survived by chance. His entire testimony will light your hair on fire, and it connects with too many provable facts to be dismissed by any conventional means. It also connects the financial and software operations behind planning 9/11 to the technical and corporate means necessary to carry it out.Â In the video, pay particular attention to a 9/11 event almost nobody notices: the destruction of WTC building 6. Yes, 6.
Secondly, a 2011 piece of thorough investigative reporting by the indefatigable Russ Baker connecting many of the 9/11 hijackers directly to the Bush family and the Saudi Royal family through that “nothing to see here” 9/11 location, South Florida. It’s not quite as hair-raising as the video or Grove’s story, but it all goes to connecting the pattern of dots here that becomes clearer and clearer as time goes by–if you are willing to see.