Thursday, January 24, 2013
the 'missile' that hit the Office of Naval Intelligence at the Pentagon on September 11th 2001
it doesn't matter to me where the 'missile' was manufactured, whether it was a French-made Exocet or a Russian-made Moskit or any of the NATO anti-ship missiles. Tell me this 'five frame footage' of the Pentagon hit on the day of 9/11 doesn't look EXACTLY LIKE this archive footage of a missile striking a couple of meters above the 'waterline'. Watch the explosion pattern, it's a perfect match. Note the entry point, it's a perfect match.
Office of Naval Intelligence taken out by a waterline anti-ship missile? Quite poignant, and perverse, irony don't ya think?
Additionally, and another blatantly obvious reason why NO PLANE HIT THE PENTAGON is this footage of the World Trade Center being hit by a commercial airliner which (even if it was being remote controlled (or aiming itself digitally towards a beacon in the WTC)) still couldn't level out before crashing into the building. In fact NEITHER airliner that hit WTC1 or WTC2 hit at a level pitch. They all hit on an angle of twenty/thirty degrees. Had the Pentagon plane really done a massive seven hundred and twenty degree descending high-g loop prior to levelling out and cruising along the ground at a few meters of altitude over the by-pass without grinding its underslung engines or its wavering/wobbling wings into the Pentagon lawn, then this would have been TRULY AMAZING. In fact as amazing as a few office fires bringing down three 40-100 storey steel and concrete buildings on the same day.
Here's that footage, showing how REALLY DIFFICULT levelled-off level flight is; even for remote pilots.