Eighteen years ago, today—September 10, 2001—Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld admitted to the nation a crime of gargantuan proportions. It was a crime of supreme incompetence. Over $2 Trillion had gone missing, somewhere in the Pentagon.
How do you lose $2+ Trillion? Not Million. Not Billion. Trillion!
Interesting that this massively embarrassing admission came one day before another major crime distracted us from this monumental bungling. Suddenly, the entire nation had forgotten the theft of the millennia.
September 11 is synonymous with the terrorist attack on that day in 2001. The 9/11 attacks were done by terrorists, all right, but they didn’t wear turbans. Instead, they wore suit coats and neck ties.
So many things about that day and the months before and after remain highly suspicious. But besides the mountain of circumstantial evidence, we have evidence of a more damning nature. Proof that 3 buildings in New York City were demolished with explosives and pyrotechnics.
9/11—Rewarding Deadly Incompetence
When in history has a military ever rewarded officers who were guilty of deadly incompetence? The top 6 military officers, those responsible for the deadly failures in security on 9/11, all received promotions instead of courts martial.
9/11—Evidence of Pyrotechnics
The 9/11 dust contained many telltale signs of corruption in the 3 highly-secure buildings of the World Trade Center which collapsed on that day. Yes, 3 buildings—2 hit by airplanes, and 1 which collapsed at free fall acceleration after 5 PM that same afternoon.
We have evidence that nano-thermite—a high-tech incendiary—had been used to bring down the 3 buildings. We also have evidence of more than 7,000 tons of molten iron that had been atomized during the collapse. Some skeptics dismiss this evidence claiming that it had to be from steel wool, or iron rust on the steel beams or even iron rust in the fly ash used to make the concrete. I debunk that notion in another article on the 9/11 dust evidence.
More than 7,000 tons of molten iron is a lot of liquid metal on 9/11. That’s from a horrendous amount of heat—enough to bring down 3 massive skyscrapers.
9/11—Were There Conspiracies?
The Bush administration gave their conspiracy theories, starting within minutes of the first attack! Within a couple of hours, one government insider told the world that it had to be Osama Bin Laden who was behind it all. With only mere minutes to investigate? And then the Bush administration dragged its feet for over a year before beginning the official investigation that, according to the two leads, was “Set up to fail.”
If you want more information that’s mere facts, and no discussion of conspiracy, read, Uncomfortable Facts About 9/11—No Conspiracy Theory, Here.
To understand this dynamic of conspiracies and to see just how common they are, read, Big Conspiracies in History.
For my book-length treatise on conspiracies, check out, Dirt Ordinary: Shining a Light on Conspiracies.
And for a deeper look at the insanity surrounding 9/11, read my book, Favorable Incompetence: Shining a Light on 9/11.