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|DrDebug (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore||Sat Jul-15-06 06:00 PM
|Who Killed John O'Neill Summary|
Who Killed John O'Neill 9/11 investigation summary:
This is the summary of the three part series on Who Killed John O'Neill
Ty Rauber made it and it has one actor playing all the parts -a conspiracy theorist, a paranoid "they're after us" type, an OCTer, a philospher and they are all discussing 911-it's kind of like this forum. He ties Kroll, CIA, AIG together, speculated that Kroll is a sort of privatized CIA, running on drug money but able to do what the CIA can't because they aren't allowed. Some of this relates to the Hopsicker story.
Why are these Kroll types anti terrorism experts; where do they get the information? Then they show how people move between these corporations and CIA . Doesn't spend a lot of time on the hows and why's of the actual day, more about drugs insurance companies/ CIA and the piece de resistance - what Al Qaeda really is and what Mohammed Atta's function was, his opinion will make a lot of sense as to Atta's behavior.
This is all for the same video, I gave different links in case some didn't work:
American International Group = Maurice "Hank" Greenberg
Marsh & McLennan = Jeffrey Greenberg
Ace = Evan Greenberg
Bear Stearns = Alan Greenberg
Kroll always had AIG as shareholder and is currently part of Marsh.
Greenberg-Traurig is now an "independent" law firm, but was started by Maurice.
Possible teams for 9/11:
October 11, 2001 Marsh established specialized terrorism team called Marsh Crisis Consultancy
The following teams were added to it: Control Risks Group, a British ex-SAS team and Versar, bio-terrorism and homeland defense team. The same group could have known each other from 9/11.
Kroll has military team in their company and merged with Armor Holdings on August 23rd thus adding Defence Systems Limited, another Private Military Corporation, to their operations, an ex-KGB team called Alpha Firm was earlier acquired by Defence Systems Limited.
That makes at least four teams which could have been used on 9/11.
Additional teams from the military could have been used as well.
Also Mass Electric Construction Co, a company specializing in wiring, was on the 84th floor of WTC2.
They had the means to do this.
They had the opportunity to do this.
They had motive to do this.
There are main objectives to 9/11 and additional subgoals persuded that day. The main objectives are:
1. Enabling the war in Afghanistan for oil and drugs.
2. Bush administration gets an enormous popularity gain.
3. Enabling Homeland security.
4. Passing the Patriot Act.
5. Massive insurance fraud.
6. The missing trillions of the Pentagon.
7. Added later: War in Iraq (not part of the original plan)
1. Elimination of competitors: Better position for Silverstream and Marsh in risk management by inviting all experts over the whole world to Windows of the World and eliminating some competitors in WTC.
2. Downsizing of Cantor/eSpeed.
3. Solve some "minor" problems for companies either in WTC or by inside trading.
4. Massive destruction of evidence in the Enron scandal, price inflation fraud for Silverstream, WorldCom, Global Crossing and many other scandals.
5. Hiding Pentagon projects like Global Hawk and TrailBlazer
9/11 and Iran-Contra
There are many similarities between 9/11 and Iran-Contra. One could even say that the same blue print was used and the terror event added as a quick justification of their goals
Objectives of Iran-Contra:
1. October Surprise: President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George H.W. Bush
2. Guerrilla warfare in Central and South America
3. A war between Iraq and Iran
Objectives of 9/11:
1. Butterfly ballots, Vote spoilage, Greenberg-Traurig: President George W. Bush and Vice President Richard Cheney
2. A war with Afghanistan
3. Guerrilla warfare in Venezuela and Lebanon?
Bonuses (W. tries to double H.W.)
4. A war with Iraq
5. If you can rig one election, might as well take the next one also.
6. Iran? (option or coming soon...)
Why the Pentagon had to be included as well
Another reason may be to hide the significant costs of 9/11, because the missing trillions are pretty much the norm.
WTC building insurance and ownership
What were the 3 companies who insured the WTC?
AIG, Marsh and ACE. All run by Greenbergs at the time.
They then sold stakes of the original contract to their competition, a process called reinsuring. Once the towers came down, the reinsurers got caught holding the bag.
Who mortgaged the WTC? The Blackstone Group, headed by Peter J. Peterson, current head of the CFR. The Blackstone Group bought into Kroll in 1993 at the same time as AIG took majority control. Henry Kissinger sits on the board of the Blackstone Group.
On July 24, 2001, 6 weeks prior to 9/11 Silverstein took control of the lease of all the WTC buildings following the Port Authority decision on April 26. Silverstein owned all the buildings. Later he wanted to collect twice on $3.6 billion of policies because it were two seperate events. Only ACE, XL Reach - strategic partners of AIG and currently owned by AIG - included a WilProp in their clauses, so Silverstein "only" got $5 billion.
"I remember getting a call from the, er, fire department commander, telling me that they were not sure they were gonna be able to contain the fire, and I said, 'We've had such terrible loss of life, maybe the smartest thing to do is pull it.' And they made that decision to pull and we watched the building collapse."
- World Trade Center lease holder, Larry Silverstein, commenting on the collapse of Building 7 in the PBS documentary "America Rebuilds" that aired in September of 2002.
Or watch a video clip of them here:
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