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On the evening of September 11, 2001, thousands of Iranian people gathered in Madar Square, on the north side of Tehran, in a spontaneous candlelight vigil to express sympathy and support for the American People. They could have been executed for this act of bravery. Not saying people in that country weren’t cheering (cause many of them were), but more than 90 countries actually lost citizens on this day 14 years ago. There is always some good to find if you look hard enough.
” 2001/09/11, thousands and thousands Iranians went instantly in the streets with candles in homage to the victims ”
” iranians mourn 9/11 victims ”
” Iranian Students are calling for pro-american demonstrations, marking 9/11 ”
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A horrific plane crash on the night of July 17, 1996 killed all 230 people on board TWA Flight 800. Passengers had departed from John F. Kennedy International Airport less than 15 minutes earlier en route to Paris. The long-held “official” conclusion has been that a fuel tank explosion caused the crash.
An experienced pilot named Andrew Danzinger who flew Barack Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign, says that’s not true in a recent article for the NY Daily News.
The bombshell article goes on to say the plane was likely shot down and that the FBI covered it up.
Was it a terrorist attack — a precursor to 9/11, as has been widely suggested — or a U.S. military training exercise gone wrong?
Click here to read more about what he knows about planes, the investigation, and eyewitness accounts.
A young Osama Bin Laden with his family in Sweden during the 1970s. He is second from the right in a green shirt.
Some coincidental 9-11 foreshadowing going on in this Supertramp album cover from 1979. Never noticed it until now. Officially creepy.
Looks like security agents were out in full force during the Vikings-Packers game last week at the Metrodome in Minnesota. Attorney Nathan M. Hansen took photographs of a spy drone and the TSA VIPR agents seen below. Why was a surveillance drone sent up to watch football fans? I am in favor of tight security at sporting events because I think it’s just a matter of time before terrorists successfully strike one. That being said, I think the use of spy drones is a bit creepy.
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