New Engineering Study by University of Alaska Confirms 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

The merit to this piece is that a big mainstream news organization is willing to publish in a serious manner a challenge to the official 9/11 story. Israel, the Mossad, and Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC, aren’t mentioned. Nonetheless, doubt is cast on the version of events that the American government promotes.

Daily Mail

Next Monday afternoon, Matt Campbell will stand outside BBC Broadcasting House in London’s Portland Place, protesting about the killing of his brother, Geoff, and 66 other Britons, in the 9/11 terror attack at the New York World Trade Centre.

Matt began asking questions. He has not stopped since. He, and others who will be at the BBC protest, refuse to accept the official story about 9/11: that four U.S. airliners were hijacked by Islamist terror chief Osama Bin Laden’s pilots. Two were flown into New York’s famous Twin Towers, which collapsed.

A third rammed into the U.S. Defence Headquarters at the Pentagon in Washington DC. The last went down in rural Pennsylvania, 150 miles north of the capital, after a tussle between the hijackers and passengers, later portrayed in the Hollywood film United 93.

Seven hours later, a third tower at the World Trade Centre, WTC7, fell to the ground over seven seconds, even though no plane had hit it.

The red building, 100 yards from the 110-storey Twin Towers, was less than half their height at just 47 floors, and few people even know of its existence. It had already been evacuated after the planes had hit the main towers.

In total, 2,977 people died, provoking President Bush to mount the ‘War On Terror’ that led to the invasion of Iraq, with the UK in tow.

Yet as Monday’s anniversary approaches, Matt, a former City worker who is married with three children and lives in Sussex, insists that 9/11 did not happen in the way we have been told and that there has been a huge official cover-up to disguise the truth.

‘There are so many questions that the Americans and the British Establishment refuse to answer,’ he says. ‘I believe that my brother and thousands of others were murdered on 9/11 and there has been a cover-up. We, as a family, are still overcoming this tragedy, but we will never stop seeking the truth.’

He is not alone in his quest. A survey in U.S. magazine Live Science last year revealed that most Americans (53 per cent) believe the U.S. Government has concealed — and continues to conceal — vital information about the 9/11 attacks. Crucially, a team of engineers at the University of Alaska concluded this week, after two years of forensic research, that fire could not have caused the collapse of WTC7.

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Politics? Delta Boots Ann Coulter from Reserved Seat

It’s easy to believe that a far-left employee at Delta Airlines decided to punish leggy conservative Ann Coulter for her conservative political and social views. In fact, I’ll bet the scalawag who did the dirty deed is a sodomite male. This is exactly the kind of dirty trick those freaks like to play.

New York Post

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter flew into a fit of fury Saturday after Delta Airlines booted her from her reserved “Comfort+’’ seat — which comes with 3 additional inches of legroom — and gave it to another passenger.

In a two-hour tweeting tantrum,she quoted her exchange with a flight attendant: “Why are you taking me out of the extra room seat I specifically booked?’’ she asked.

Their answer, she said, was “I don’t know.’’

The 6-foot-tall Coulter, who is 55, tweeted a picture of the woman who got her aisle seat on the flight from LaGuardia to Florida, noting, “Delta didn’t give my extra room seat to an air marshal or tall person.’’

A Delta spokesman said it appeared Coulter was in the same extra-room row, just in a different seat. But he promised to look into it.

One Twitter user, clearly not a fan of the columnist, wrote. “Ann Coulter is having a bad day which makes my day better. Thanks Delta.”

Airline Electronics Ban Came After Militants Threatened To Hide Bombs In Laptops

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The United States’ ban on passengers taking laptops, tablet computers, and other electronic devices on flights from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa was spurred by increased chatter picked up in recent weeks from militants saying they want to hide explosives in computers, a US official told BuzzFeed News.

The ban was being pushed by the White House, the official said, and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly subsequently signed on to it.

“It was driven by intelligence,” deputy White House spokesperson Michael Short told BuzzFeed News when asked whether the electronics ban originated in the White House as the official indicated.

While the official said the ban was being implemented because of rising threats, the US has yet to increase the threat level. The ban — which caught the airline industry off-guard — goes into effect at 8 am EST on Saturday and remains in place “indefinitely.”

The official’s statement — that the ban is in response to relatively recent chatter — seems to differ from a statement from the Department of Homeland Security released earlier Tuesday saying the “2015 airliner downing in Egypt, the 2016 attempted airliner downing in Somalia, and the 2016 armed attacks against airports in Brussels and Istanbul” were examples of why increased security was needed.

“Evaluated intelligence indicates that terrorist groups continue to target commercial aviation and are aggressively pursuing innovative methods to undertake their attacks, to include smuggling explosive devices in various consumer items. Based on this information,

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Transportation Security Administrator Acting Administrator Huban Gowadia have determined it is necessary to enhance security procedures for passengers at certain last point of departure airports to the United States,” the statement said.

It does not appear intelligence gathered during the Jan. 29 raid on a suspected al-Qaeda compound in Yemen was part of the US assessment as officials began discussing the rising threat before the Inauguration.

There is also no evidence that the US picked up a specific threat amid the chatter it had intercepted, such as discussion of a future attack.

The department said airlines would have 96 hours to comply with the new rules and the ban would remain in place until “the threat changes.”

Here’s the list of every major air travel hub that is affected by the ban:
Hamad International Airport, Doha, Qatar
Dubai International Airport, UAE
Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE
Ataturk International Airport, Istanbul, Turkey
Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Jordan
Cairo International Airport, Egypt
King Abdul Aziz International Airport, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
King Khalid International Airport, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Mohammed V Airport, Casablanca, Morocco
Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait

Devices banned from the cabin — which will need to be packed in checked baggage — on any U.S.-bound flights from those airports include anything larger than a cellphone. Examples include laptops, tablets, e-readers, cameras, portable DVD players, electronic gaming units larger than a smartphone, and travel printers/scanners.

Also on Tuesday, the United Kingdom said it would implement a similar electronics ban, while authorities in Canada said they are considering one.

Contradicting Buzzfeed, The Daily Beast reports that the American raid in Yemen turned up the intelligence that led to the laptop ban.

Information from the raid shows al Qaeda’s successful development of compact, battery bombs that fit inside laptops or other devices believed to be strong enough to bring down an aircraft, the sources said. The battery bombs would need to be manually triggered, a source explained, which is why the electronics ban is only for the aircraft cabin not checked luggage.

CNN offers advice to travelers on how to safeguard data.

Woman Veteran Sues Over Alleged Mistreatment by Airline Over Service Dog

LISA MCCOMBS AND JAKE.
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As you read this story, be aware that lawyers who file lawsuits almost always exaggerate the story. Something doesn’t ring true about the version of events presented by Lisa McCombs, as it’s told here.

As you read the story be aware you’re only hearing one side. The airline that is being sued has not weighed in yet, or if it has the Washington Post is not reporting its response.

After the story, I have a controversial issue to raise that relates to this alleged incident.

Excerpt from Washington Post

Lisa McCombs, a decorated Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, claims she’d never had any trouble flying with her service dog, a Labrador retriever named Jake.

That changed one year ago, when she was barred from boarding a regional American Airlines flight with Jake, who was wearing his service vest and was properly documented at the time, according to a federal lawsuit.

McCombs suffers from PTSD and relies on her dog to calm her anxiety and panic before it overwhelms her.

But as she waited to board her return flight from Manhattan, Kansas, an airline agent approached her and asked “in a condescending tone, ‘ummm, are you going to fly with that?’” the suit states.

Thus began a 48-hour nightmare, in which McCombs says she was unable to return to her home in Gulfport, Miss., while she was repeatedly interrogated, stressed and humiliated, causing her mental health to suffer.

After missing her scheduled flight, the suit claims, McCombs was “verbally assaulted” by two agents who loudly demanded, in “rapid succession,” that she tell them the nature of her disability and explain how her service dog helps.

Their conduct implied that McCombs was falsifying her disability, the suit claims, adding that their tone was so harsh that strangers began scolding the agents and trying to comfort McCombs.

“I have PTSD, look at me, I’m an anxious mess!” McCombs replied, according to the suit filed in federal court in Mississippi on Monday,

“He’s my service dog! I don’t understand why I’m being treated like this!”

McCombs, the lawsuit states, “was emotionally crushed and humiliated by the conduct of (Americans’) agents, who discriminated against her because of her disability and publicly shamed her.”

The suit alleges negligence, breach of contract and violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and asks American Airlines to compensate McCombs for her airline tickets, legal fees and medical treatment. She is also pursuing damages from American and its regional subsidiary, Envoy Air, for “reckless disregard” of her rights.

Army officials say McCombs enlisted in 2005 and did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. By the time she was honorably discharged, in 2009, she had reached the rank of captain, according to military records. McCombs received multiple awards for service, including the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, the NATO Afghanistan Service Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

The Department of Veterans Affairs has estimated that PTSD afflicts 11 percent of veterans of the war in Afghanistan and 20 percent of veterans of the war in Iraq.

“After a trauma or life-threatening event, it is common to have reactions such as upsetting memories of the event, increased jumpiness, or trouble sleeping,” the VA says. “If these reactions do not go away or if they get worse, you may have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.”

There are two thoughts that come to my mind here:

1. Should women be serving in the American military in the capacity that Lisa McCombs did? At the risk of being labeled a misogynist, I’d say no. Women exposed to danger on the front lines in war zones have no comparative advantage relative to men. They’re not stronger. They’re not faster. They are subject to being raped by the enemy. It’s foolish, but politically correct, to say that women belong in the military on an equal footing with men.

2. More generally, compared to World War II, I perceive that the American soldier today is weak minded, suffering from this made up ailment called PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Big Pharma must be making millions every year off this ailment. And apparently, it never goes away.

Jake is a fine looking dog, but there’s a lot of scamming going on with service dogs. I’ve had people who have service dogs admit it.

Dogs are great therapists and a lot cheaper than Jewish headshrinkers. A strong country with healthy people would embrace man’s best friend, while remaining mentally strong. It’s America’s establishment encouraging mental illness that’s wrong.

Dr. Thomas Szasz argues that mental illness is a myth. The link discusses the politicalization of mental “disease.”

Scammers? Nonwhite Parents Exploit 7 Year Old Son Via Cruel Airplane Applause Story

GEORGE ALVARADO. CLAIMS TO HAVE TERMINAL CANCER.
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Nonwhite scammers are a plague upon us.

Many times, it takes an average white person to speak the truth about lies told by nonwhites.

The story of the 7 year old boy who is taken off a plane because he’s having a medical crisis went viral earlier this week. The boy was with his father who is allegedly dying of cancer.

Lots of people are dying of cancer. This nonwhite family is getting scads of freebees because of dad’s alleged last moments on earth. The latest is a free trip to Disneyland bestowed upon them by Southwest Airlines.

The nonwhite Alvarado family, whom I was suspicious of immediately when I first read the story a few days ago, began making loud noises about how they were mistreated by aircraft personnel and passengers.

A passenger has stepped forward to dispute their story. First the story, then the rebuttal from a Euro-American woman.

Excerpt from the Seattle Times

The story — reported by TV stations in Washington and Arizona — says Giovanni and his parents went to Washington state for a vacation as part of the father’s “bucket list” of things that he hoped to do before he dies.

On the return trip Monday, the boy, who goes by Gio, began to have an allergic reaction to animals on the plane, Allegiant Flight 171 to Phoenix.

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GAY COUPLE SUES AIRLINES FOR EXPOSING SEX TOY COVERED IN FECAL MATTER

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Faggots are not normal. Many of them I’ve known through my years of employment at the university were batsh*t crazy.

Any normal person whose dildo was exposed in public would be embarrassed and want the episode to be forgotten. Not butt blasters.

Excerpt from Breitbart

HOUSTON, Texas – Christopher Bridgeman and his husband, Martin Borger, have sued United Airlines saying an employee intentionally maneuvered their duffle bag to expose a fecal covered sex toy. The purple sex toy was exposed as it traveled on an airport carousel in Virginia.

Continental Airlines later merged with United Airlines.

The jury trial is being conducted in Judge Kenneth Hoyt’s federal courtroom in Houston, Texas.

The judge dismissed the case in 2012 but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reinstated the case in 2013.

The Houston Chronicle reported the couple has sued the airline for invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Put me on the jury in this case. Please!

If you faggots don’t know how to pack your suitcases properly that’s your problem.

More to the point, if you don’t know how to wash the fecal matter off a dildo, you sodomites must be retarded.

Or were you saving it to lick the sh*t off of it later?

THE NEW NORMAL. (NOT ONE OF THE LAWSUIT FILERS.)
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