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01/07/2020 / By Ethan Huff
It’s been almost 20 years since the infamous 9/11 terrorist attacks took down the Twin Towers, Building Seven, portions of the Pentagon, and some dirt in an empty field in Pennsylvania. And there are still so many holes in the official story that it’s a true head-scratcher trying to make heads or tails of what actually happened that fateful day.
In his book JFK-9/11: 50 Years of Deep State, French author Laurent Guyenot unpacks many of the conflicting details between what the mainstream media told us took place and what the evidence actually shows. In one particular chapter of the book entitled, “Ghost planes,” Guyenot addresses the mystery of the four supposedly hijacked planes, none of which actually come with any actual proof that they even existed.
Writing on his blog, economist Paul Craig Roberts highlights how there’s not even a trace of evidence to show that any planes actually crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, or that field in Pennsylvania, “although an unburnt passport was allegedly found in the ruins of two massive buildings.”
While we heard plenty from the families of the victims who perished inside the Twin Towers, there wasn’t even a peep from the families of the victims who were inside these alleged planes, the supposed wreckage of which basically vanished after the tragedies occurred.
Besides all of the questionable video footage that easily could have been doctored, there was no twisted metal, no dead bodies, no nothing to be found in any of the wreckage – at least none that was ever presented to the public that might have verified the legitimacy of the official story, assuming it’s in any way true.
According to Guyenot’s investigative reporting for the “Ghost planes” chapter of his book, “only five” of the alleged casualties of American Airlines flight 77 “have relatives who received the 9-11 Compensation Fund offered by the State.” Oddly enough, he adds, “no family of the victims of Flight UA93 requested compensation.”
This is a startling anomaly when you really stop to think about it because surely at least one of them would have asked for their piece of the compensation pie, right? But because none of them did, there remain more questions than answers as to whether or not these planes were even real to begin with.
The other problem that further compounds the mysterious lack of physical evidence surrounding these ghost planes is the fact that the government already had a narrative in place to explain away who committed this atrocity, even before the buildings had stopped smoldering, which is highly suspicious.
“No one expected President Kennedy’s assassination or he wouldn’t have been riding in a convertible. Yet it was instantly known that Oswald was the assassin,” Guyenot writes in another chapter of his book entitled, “The Art of the Patsy.”
“The explanation for 9/11 was also instantaneous. It was CIA-asset Osama bin Laden, who was dying from renal failure and no longer useful to the CIA.”
In the “Ghost planes” chapter, Guyenot further details the circumstances surrounding each of the alleged plane crashes, and the total lack of evidence present at each of the alleged crash sites. In every location, reporters, photographers, and others are on record as stating that they witnessed no actual plane wreckage, suggesting that the official narrative is a total farce.
You can read this chapter in its entirety at PaulCraigRoberts.org – it begins part of the down the page after Roberts’ personal commentary.
You can also read more about government deception and narrative trickery at Deception.news.
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