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Building 7 "Pull It" Comment: Silverstein Responds

.. the Internet and talk radio has buzzed with speculation on what Larry Silverstein meant when he admitted on a September 2002 PBS documentary, 'America Rebuilds' that he and the NYFD decided to 'pull' WTC 7 on the day of the attack.
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A New York Post article, '9/11 Ad by Loon Tycoon Sees gov't plot,' was an attempt to whitewash giant ads taken out in major newspapers by millionaire Jimmy Walters questioning the official story of 9/11. One of those ads highlighted the Building 7 issue and asked Silverstein about the comments he made in the PBS documentary..

The journalist who wrote the hit piece, Sam Smith, directly questioned Silverstein. Silverstein told Smith that he "meant something else" by the "pull it" comment but mysteriously refused to elaborate any further.

But Smith, in all his establishment journalistic wisdom, didn’t think the comments merited a mention in his article, so it was never published.

[note:right-wing source

[note:right-wing source links to fox news, possible leads for researchers]

The Global Custodians and 9/11

(David Hawkins, Foundation Scholar-Cambridge University, and founder of the Citizen's Association of Forensic Economists at Hawks? CAFE, and CFP investigative journalist Judi McLeod, have teamed up to write a series of articles on the UN?s radical socialist agenda executed across Intranets and virtual private networks, operated by the self-styled "Global Custodians". A new feature of Canada Free Press, the ongoing series combines McLeod?s investigative experience and communication skills with Hawkins? brilliant research linking $40 trillion hedge funds, via an online portal on the 79th floor of One World Trade Center, to "disruptive technologies" developed by Canada for alleged use in the UN Oil-for-Food scam, 9/11 and Kyoto fraud.) This is the seventh in the series.

Toronto, ON-- Buttonwood International Group is the undisputed watchtower when it comes to looking out for the best interests of the self-styled Global Custodians".

Boasting that its Global Custodian clients represent nearly $50-trillion assets in custody, Buttonwood represents Pooh-Bahs with enough cash reserves to rule the world. They pack the kind of power that United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan?s right hand man, Maurice Strong once fantasized about when he told a reporter about the potential held by a group of world leaders who could actually capture control of the world?s capital markets by preventing the world?s stock markets from closing. In more contemporary times, there are some quarters worrying that the Global Custodians may soon cut off the lines of credit to America?s capital markets in order to induce the kind of panic Strong fantasized about.

In more conventional pursuits, Buttonwood produces a monthly newsletter and an annual Global Custody Yearbook.

Prestigious Buttonwood offers password-enabled access to Global Custodians?and only to Global Custodians. Buttonwood?s impressive A-List includes:

? ABN AMRO Mellon Global Securities Service

? The Bank of New York

? Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

? BNP Paribas (media-identified as "Saddam Hussein?s favourite bank")

? Citibank, N.A.

? Deutsche Bank

? Investors Bank & Trust

? JP Morgan (alleged oil-for-food scam ties)

? Mellon Trust

? The Northern Trust Company

? Royal Trust

? State Street Corporation

Buttonwood?s blue-chip custodian client JP Morgan Chase & Co., the third-largest U.S. bank agreed only Tuesday to pay $2.2-billion to settle a class-action lawsuit over its role in helping Enron Corp. engineer an accounting fraud that bilked investors out of billions of dollars. (MyWay.com, June 14, 2005).

The agreement, confirmed by the bank and plaintiffs, represents the largest settlement deal in lawsuits against banks, advisers and Enron executives connected to the energy trader?s 2001 bankruptcy. It also comes just four days after Citigroup