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Planes without Passengers: the Faked Hijackings of 9/11 Paperback – Large Print, January 5, 2011
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"Was 9/11 a Movie?," my tenth and most recent book, allows me to use this perspective better than I ever have! I have constructed a narrative about the events of 9/11 much more accurate than any I have heard before.
In authoring a book, I go through a process. I write. I edit. I cross-examine my own ideas. I ask others for their thoughts and re-write. If I feel like I can back it up, I publish it.
Authorship is my legacy of ideas to this world. I hope that those who read my books will forgo presumptions about the issues of which I write and start to analyze more.
Truth isn't found by one person. It is the sum of our shared experiences when we learn to listen as well as we speak.
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For a non-avaition type the author, I believe, gets really close to the truth. He leaves a lot of loose ends but overall his premise is probably very close to what actually happened. The layman may think that such a story is implausible but the set up of confusion, decoy aircraft, merging radar targets, and "live hijack exercises" provided the near perfect cover for such an operation as well as the plane strikes providing the cover for the controlled demolition of the towers except of course for Bldg.#7 which went virtually unnoticed by the masses.
You need to be able to think critically and outside of the box which the Corporate Mainstream Media constructs. Be assured, the perpetrators count on you not thinking and staying inside the mental box they construct for you.
My hope is that some day soon we will have the truth about 911 and its implications.
I knew immediately after 9/11 that it was a faked 'attack' because NO military jets were scrambled for almost an hour and a half after the hijackings started.
There had NEVER BEFORE IN HISTORY been 4 simultaneous hijackings of airliners!!
And the government wants us to believe that the Pentagon essentially did nothing for 1 1/2 hours...
This is literally impossible since normal (and basically automatic) procedure sees Air Force planes scrambled within minutes of even a small private aircraft going off of its flight plan (assuming radio contact cannot be made).
I also found the idea of the poorly trained - too put it mildly -"hijackers" (w/NO actual experience flying Boeings) performing the maneuvers that took place on 9/11 ridiculous. Many airline pilots have said the same thing.
Also, see RennMax's comment above: "The layman may think that such a story is implausible but the set up of confusion, decoy aircraft, merging radar targets, and "live hijack exercises" provided the near perfect cover for such an operation..."
In fact the Pentagon and Intelligence Agencies have done this before; one example is the Korean Air Flight 007 (747) shotdown by the Soviets in September, 1983 -- another case where the Pentagon used 'a set up of confusion, decoy aircraft, merging radar targets," etc. to trick the Soviets.
And, you might want to ponder the following -- most people are not aware of 2 crucial public statements re.Read more ›
The second path is to zoom back and look at the big picture - the geopolitical, financial and intelligence matrix from which such operations emerge. Personally, I find the second path to be more valuable over the long run in most cases. The HOW doesn't interest me nearly as much as the WHO.
Regarding 9/11, there have been many excellent books written providing a detailed analysis of the big picture, Webster Tarpley and Peter Dale Scott being two authors in particular. However, to my knowledge there has not yet been an in depth book dealing with the entire scenario involving the 4 planes and their role in the production.
Although the big picture usually answers more of the really important questions, this book on the HOW may be the exception to that rule. Because since we can logically assume that Muslim terrorists were not in control of major airports nor the FAA on 9/11, then if we find evidence of deception and criminal activity within the airport and security staff, or the FAA, then we have verifiable evidence of domestic involvement.
Forget the towers, the hocus pocus that Hartwell describes around the planes could crack this affair wide open.
He doesn't provide all the answers, but his analysis is spot on. He asks the right questions that no one else seems to be asking. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This slim book with print so large as to be more appropriate for a five year old relies exclusively on secondary sources. Read morePublished 16 months ago by CLARKE S REESE
I don't believe that 911 happened as our government has told us. But this book makes the government's story way more believable.Published 17 months ago by Jerry shadrick
Though some of the arguments are just theories, they are more believable than the official story, which does not have ant tangible facts and evidence.Published 18 months ago by Jennifer
Not a lot to read and (for me) a bit difficult to follow. The issue of passengers is very contentious. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Brian Richards
Wow.... it was quite a read and makes you really think about what really happened on 9/11 and what really happened and why.....Published 24 months ago by Rod Chase
I did not like this book regarding 9/11. I did not like the way it was structured. I have read numerous books about the 9/11 inside job, but this one was a big disappointment. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Victor M. Trinidad
This book is silly. Not because it is not true, but because there is so little here. It is more like a footnote to a book than a book. Read morePublished on June 6, 2013 by Russell J. Hawthorne
This is an important contribution to the discussion of 9/11, although not very well formatted or edited. Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Brian Wright
I really didn't like this book. First of all, its not very long. It's only about 140 pages long, but the words on each page are huge and therefore you can read the entire book in a... Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by nybella17girl