6 Angles on 9/11 Capture First Attack; Are There More?


by Brian Romanoff     Nor Cal Truth   Oct 4, 2010

The video of the first attack on the Towers comes via the YouTube user 911allcausticcamera again. All known video captures of the first attack have been condensed into one video.

I have to assume that there is still more video footage of the first attack the public has not seen yet.  Here  is why:

George Bush twice said that he saw the first plane hit the towerwhile waiting in the limo out front of the school in Florida:

There is also the mysterious case of the “dancing Israeli’s” as they have been dubbed, whose “purpose was to document the event”.

So where is this footage that the Israeli’s filmed, and what did George W. Bush watch on 9/11/01 in his limo?

2 Responses to 6 Angles on 9/11 Capture First Attack; Are There More?

  1. john says:

    I’m sure the Israeli footage has been deep-archived, and as for Bush, once again we see him for the absolute fool that he is….I am certain that Cheney gave him an upbraiding for mis-speaking to the press. But this is strange, as well: why didn’t the secret service follow protocol when Bush was informed by Andrew Card that the US was ‘under attack?’ In cases of attack, the President is supposed to be immediately hustled to the most secure place, given his circumstances. Bush hung around the classroom for at least eight minutes. Maybe he was waiting for a permission slip from the teacher to leave…….

    • Fernando says:

      Beth – Not that I’m advocating an isoanivn or even the use of military force in Iran, but you asked a hypothetical that I think deserves an answer:What good could an exercise of American military force do the Iranian protesters?As we demonstrated on the first night of the isoanivn of Iraq, the combined logistical command of the US military is extraordinarily efficient at knocking out the command and control centers of an opposing country.Right now, the balance of power favors the mullahs because they have the ability to move forces at will and can coordinate strategic attacks on the protesters. They have superior armaments, and the advantage of their military training.Again assuming the hypothetical, in even a single evening the US is fully capable of wiping out the vast majority of the mullah’s power base through the use of stealth aircraft, Predators and Tomahawk missiles. No isoanivn. Just some surgical bombing at known military or government sites. Not only would it destroy a good deal of the mullah’s ability to attack protesters, it would also create utter chaos in the command structure of the mullah’s in power.An isoanivn is a “last resort” of military options. There are a whole lot of other options available which could be precisely targeted and have far greater strategic value than an overland isoanivn would risk.Just something to think about.As far as other options that don’t include the military that are within the grasp of the US:1) Encourage countries with embassies in Iran to take in the wounded protesters so they don’t wind up getting arrested when they’re taken to the hospital.2) Publicly announce that the US will not negotiate with the current government of Iran even if it succeeds in putting down the protesters. There is widespread agreement that, given what has transpired in Iran – even if you completely put aside their past history of abrogating treaties and terror-sponsorship – no negotiations are possible with this regime that could produce any results that they could be trusted to live up to anyway. Engaging in sham negotiations for the sake of being able to say that you’re negotiating are worse than not talking at all. So it would cost us nothing to say so upfront while sending a strong signal to protestors.3) Requesting that a meeting of the UN Security Council be held to discuss real sanctions against the current regime if they don’t immediately cease hostilities against their own people. This includes blocking gasoline shipments: Iran has plenty of oil, but no capacity to refine it into gasoline. The protesters are effectively pinned down without the ability to travel by the government anyway. The ones who would be most hurt by this would be the mullahs who would no longer be able to transport Hezbollah and Hamas thugs from place to place.All 3 of these items could be initiated tomorrow if Obama were serious about supporting the protestors. It would cost this country nothing, and yet say everything to the protestors (and the regime).I came up with these 3 off the top of my head as I was composing this post. Surely all the foreign policy “experts” that Obama has at his disposal could come up with similar ideas and a much longer list over the week that this has been going on. Don’t you think?

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