Distracting The Defenders: Radar Injects, Ringing Phones and Fools Errands

http://georgewashington.blogspot.com/2007/10/distracting-defenders-radar-injects.html

Everyone who has taken a fair look at the evidence has concluded that -- at the least -- the U.S. military was intentionally stood down on 9/11. There are numerous lines of evidence that certain high-level people within the U.S. military participated in the intentional stand down.

But what of the many rank and file employees of the various defense departments who were good men and women devoted to protecting their country? Why didn't they stop the 9/11 attacks?

Part of the answer is that they were cut out of the loop by the conspirators, and didn't have the information or access to be able to take preventative action. But another part of the answer is that they were bombarded with distractions, so that they could not focus on their job.

As one example, a December 9, 2001 Toronto Star article (pay-per-view; reprinted here), stated:

"Operation Northern Vigilance is called off. Any simulated information, what's known as an 'inject,' is purged from the screens".

In other words, someone had inserted false radar blips onto air traffic controllers' screens as part of the 5 or more war game exercises occurring at the time of the attacks (Vice President Cheney was apparently in charge of ALL of the war games and coordinated the government's "response" to the attacks; see this Department of State announcement; this CNN article; and this previously-cited essay).

And air traffic controllers claim they were still tracking what they thought were hijacked planes long after all 4 of the real planes had crashed. This implies that false radar blips remained on their screens after all 4 planes went down, long after the military claims they purged the phantom war-game-related radar signals

As a second example, fighter jets were also sent far off-course over the Atlantic Ocean in the middle of the attacks (testimony of Senator Mark Dayton), neutralizing their ability to intercept the hijacked airliners. To this day, no one has admitted being the person who sent the aircrafts on a fools' errand.

A former air traffic controller, who knows the flight corridor which the two planes which hit the Twin Towers flew "like the back of my hand" and who handled two actual hijackings says that that planes can be tracked on radar even when their transponders are turned off, and that Donald Rumsfeld and the Pentagon tracked three of the four flights from the point of their hijacking to hitting their targets (also, listen to this interview). Therefore, it is very odd that aircraft were sent off to chase phantoms over the Atlantic.

As a third second example, NORAD and other employees trying to defend the nations' skies on 9/11 were inundated with massive, simultaneous phone calls. While it is still unclear, it is possible that the barrage of phone calls was part of a coordinated terror drill and a pre-planned distraction. Further research needs to be done to verify whether or not this was the case.

As the above examples show, the honorable rank and file military people trying to protect the U.S. on 9/11 never had a chance.

Cheney In The PEOC>>>>>

From the CNN article: http://archives.cnn.com/2002/ALLPOLITICS/09/11/ar911.king.cheney/

After the planes struck the twin towers, a third took a chunk out of the Pentagon. Cheney then heard a report that a plane over Pennsylvania was heading for Washington. A military assistant asked Cheney twice for authority to shoot it down.

"The vice president said yes again," remembered Josh Bolton, deputy White House chief of staff. "And the aide then asked a third time. He said, 'Just confirming, sir, authority to engage?' And the vice president -- his voice got a little annoyed then -- said, 'I said yes.'"

It was a rare flash of anger from a man who knew he was setting the tone at a White House in crisis.

"I think there was an undertone of anger there. But it's more a matter of determination. You don't want to let your anger overwhelm your judgment in a moment like this," Cheney said.

Word came that Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania. Aides frantically called the White House to find out whether a military jet had shot it down.

"The vice president was a little bit ahead of us," said Eric Edelman, Cheney's national security advisor. "He said sort of softly and to nobody in particular, 'I think an act of heroism just took place on that plane.'"

Hmmmmmm. "I think an act of heroism just took place".

Betty eentahresting und veird

Mineta, flight 77

...which off course should not be confused with the order from Cheney to the young man REGARDING THE OBJEKT CLOSING IN ON THE PENTAGON! minutes before 9.38 am. Here the order was quite clearly NOT to shoot it down.

Great find...what drama!!

Cheney's scripted remarks are obviously just that. If he wants airtime, he'll get it soon enough. Ya gotta believe that his trial for treason will be "must-see TV"!

Analyzing circumstantial evidence

""The vice president was a little bit ahead of us," said Eric Edelman, Cheney's national security advisor. "He said sort of softly and to nobody in particular, 'I think an act of heroism just took place on that plane.'"

This would seem to be scripted as a contingency story in case they had to shoot down a plane. That's very likely, and yet...

According to the official record, the passengers did communicate that they were going to try something before they allegedly did so. This went out over the air on some sort of phone.

So is it possible that this communication reached the PEOC and Cheney?

If so, it's not such a damning piece of evidence.

The other thing is the source, Cheney's own "national security advisor." This quote may have been fabricated whole cloth.

Conjecture on my part

Maybe the Air Force actually followed procedure and shot down this hijacked aircraft over an unpopulated area even though they were ordered not to.

"FOOLS ERRANDS"

LOVE that - and this concise post packs a wallop. Great.

Robin Hordon is a great resource

Great Stuff, thanks for the links. They are especially appreciated.

While Robin Hordon seems like an average guy, his experience as an ATC is invaluable to 9/11 research. Hordon seems prepared to tell it like it is!

From the link about the ability of radar to track a flight, the former Air Traffic Controller contributes below:

"Hordon naturally reacted with shock when he first heard that fifty years of tried and true in-flight emergency protocol was abruptly altered in June of 2001, just two months before the attacks."

'Rumsfeld put a third party in between the ATC and the Air Defense Controller responsible for scrambling interceptors —the Pentagon.'

"He(Hordon) speculates that “the phone calls went from the FAA to the Pentagon and were not answered."

Doesn't this add to the stench surrounding 9/11?

...don't believe them!

Cynicism

[sarcasm] It was purely coincidence that 5 or more war game exercises were occurring at the time of the attacks [/sarcasm]

We know what didn't happen

Our task is dislodging the state created narrative that has been burned into our fellow citizen's minds. 9/11 was a very effective psyops. Citizen therapists we must all become (Yoda).