But I'll have to ask the cop---show me the bone please. What if instead of being killed, his son had been "disappeared"---or would that be called "rendered," as in extreme rendition, something I'd never conceptualized prior to 9-11, although running away and joining the circus is a close second, but for that daddy has to stay in the dark until the prodigal son returns home. How about "hondled" to indicate a transaction took place? Is that fair?
I don't support the captioning in this video, either to its exclusive labeling of 9-11 as a "Jew job," when it's clearly not, nor in its uniform implication that all Jews knew, and were in on the conspiracy. When I find an unannotated copy of the CNN Paula Zahn video segment I will replace this.
But troubling, is evidence that the Jews who were calling the shots that day conspired with the son and grandson of Hitler's banker, along with their historical nemesis, antisemitic fundamentalist and evangelical Christians, like Reverend Hagee.
Midway in this CNN news video, Wilton, a retired New York City cop, says rumors that 4000 Jews stayed home from work in and near the towers that day can't be proven, and he cites 400 Jewish fatalities in New York City that day as a counter argument to Jewish foreknowledge. But in an event which left almost 3000 people dead, and only 12 corpses which could be visually identified, we are told, left only one open-casket funeral in the record---the very first---so I'd like to ask for evidence the 400 Jewish fatalities from 9-11 are really and truly dead.
I have known for awhile that I had to continue testing my theory---that many of the 9-11 dead were in fact, alive---what now seems like such a commonsensical cornerstone to understanding the 9-11 conspiracy. Having first visualized Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell, one of the six very lightly burned victims at the Pentagon, as having willing submitted to his wounding, I thought fake wounding made fake death logical---especially in the closed-shop world of the United States military. When I published these theories online on this blog, and I wasn't immediately struck by lightning in return, I began slowly to inch toward intellectual consistency regarding the New York City victim's lists.
It is now absolutely evident to me that the New York City uniformed services were in on the conspiracy---but not straight across the board necessarily, a fact which should be kept in mind across every category---especially in the final category of predictable, and thus ritual and sacrificial, death consisting of those workers on floors above the level of the first plane crash in tower one---the people who could be guaranteed to lose their lives with near 100 percent certainty.
The failure to rescue a single one of the 200 civilians who died while trapped in elevators provided for a nice "scatter" effect---like a liminal blending in the lists.
Chief among the rank came from Cantor Fitzgerald's offices on the 101st-105th floors, where 645 employees were lost (everybody who was in the office that day), or about two-thirds of workforce stationed in the towers. That statistic alone bears study. How many employees are normally out of the office on any given morning due to illness, appointments, or vacation? Also to be studied is the rationality of the company being able to bring its trading markets back online within a week, then chart the dip, if any, in the market share they were handling.
But I know that Cantor's CEO and chairman, Howard Lutnick was a willing co-conspirator, if only by dint of the common narrative factor of sharing a brother amongst the lists of the dead. Since no human being could be so sick and evil as to consider the possibility that losing a sibling, or spouse, might be seen as being used as a credential, ultimately to be known a shibboleth, proof of being part of a knowing conspiracy---or so it was thought. Battalion Chief Joseph Pfeifer, who also lost his brother in the north tower's collapse, after watching him go up the stairs on 9-11, variously reported that he died in Building 7---however, no one would doubt a fireman, even when he's inconsistent.
The meaning of the following paragraph from Wikipedia changes dramatically if you accept that many of the 658 former Cantor employees could be alive. The pattern is those on the inside lived, those on the downsized died---a very evil field to explore.
On September 19, Cantor Fitzgerald made a pledge to distribute 25 percent of the firm's profits for the next five years, and committed to paying for ten years of health care, for the benefit of the families of its 658 former Cantor Fitzgerald, eSpeed, and TradeSpark employees (profits which would otherwise have been distributed to the Cantor Fitzgerald partners). In 2006 the company completed its promise, having paid a total of $180 million (and an additional $17 million from a relief fund run by Lutnick's sister, Edie).Blood money---who pays? Unique unto himself is the Cantor employee whose father was a Jewish New York City cop. A distraught father who said, "[a]fter 9/11, I couldn’t work. But I thought, I gotta do something. Somebody has to pay for 9/11. I want the enemy dead. I want to see their bodies stacked up for taking my son." So he started a campaign to get his son's name written as an honorific on 2000-pound bombs dropped in Iraq, and accompanied by a publicity campaign to let Americans know of it. Jed Babbin on National Review Online
Even more unique would be the father whose son's story would be made into an award winning documentary by Eugene Jarecki, "Why We Fight," winner of best documentary at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Newsday
But beyond the pale of unique-ity would be the father who when things started to go seriously south in Iraq in 2006, would unleash a media blitz on the September anniversary, telling all who would listen, "I was shocked when I heard George Bush say there was no connection between 9-11 and the Iraq war! Shocked" Parade Magazine, The New York Times, chicagotribune.com, The Capital Times, etc., etc. etc.