FDNY - Explosions

I've been building an online portfolio of all my work, and this was among the things to be uploaded. I figured I'd post it on here as well.

Watch in HD if possible.

A graphic that was omitted from Loose Change Final Cut, detailing selections from the 9/11 Firefighters' Oral Histories that mention sounds or conditions consistent with controlled demolition.


this was in the original cut of lcfc shown in NY

edit: ah, didnt see the text under the clip :P


Whaddayathink about this idea?

WTC7 Full Length Feature Film

sounds like a good idea.
The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

Thanks for bringing this up.

I just passed it along to FireFightersFor911Truth.org

~In Lak'esh
(Mayan: You are another me)

I Think I Recall This From The 2007 NYC Screening

I think the theater was called New World Stages.

You are correct, sir.

One of the most common things we got on the comment cards afterwards was "SLOW DOWN THE FDNY GRAPHIC"

But a number of factors combined which resulted in it being removed entirely. Besides, the movie's long enough. ;)

And Who Could Forget ...

The $7/bottle beer.

NYC is never cheap.

; )

off topic

I was listening to Thom Hartmann on my way home from work this morning and heard a caller from L.A. named "Jeremy" call in with an amazing 2-3 minute 9/11 Truth info-burst (mentioned AE911Truth, no hard evidence on Bin Fakin', the importance of a new investigation, etc., all good points), after which Hartmann gave him kudos for the call, and after which I pumped my fist in the air and let out a hearty "fuck yes!".

Just wanted to say thanks to whoever that caller was.

My brother

My brother who has had a hard time with 9/11 truth -- "we would know" or "they wouldn't do that" -- is coming around after seeing David Chandler's analysis of the NIST report on WTC7. Free-fall speed for some 2.25 seconds and what that MEANS did the trick. Beautifully clear high school physics.
This is clear, factual and empirical data that confounds the "official" theory.


who are the hardest to wake up to 911 Truth may end up being our greatest assets in the long term.

Their personal anger of having been deceived so easily for so long will be a useful to channel to real solutions to Reclaim the Republic.

We have to use our Anger against this Deception and Treason CONSTRUCTIVELY to bring long term solutions to the Republic and the Planet.

I hope you get a chance to show him Aaron Russo's America Freedom to Fascism.

911 Truth is just the tip of the iceberg.

There have been many many other historical false flags etc, the world over.....

He has taken the red pill.......

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

Is 911blogger.com closed to new people?

I have a friend who worked in the Solomon Brothers Building (WTC7). He is convinced by the OCT. He wants to post here but can't figure out how to register. Is 911blogger.com closed to newcomers?

No, it's not closed.

One only has to private message reprehensor.

~In Lak'esh
(Mayan: You are another me)

Send e-mail and contact reprehensor directly

for details and or questions on registration.

It should be straightforward and simple.
The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

Off topic

Obama says he always thought Bush was a 'good guy'


BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio (CNN) -- After two years of traveling around the country and criticizing President Bush, President-elect Barack Obama said Friday that he "always thought [Bush] was a good guy."

Barack Obama tells CNN's John King that it was "tough" for him to request the additional bailout funds.

"I mean, I think personally he is a good man who loves his family and loves his country," Obama said in an exclusive interview with CNN's John King.

During the election season, Obama frequently campaigned against what he called Bush's "failed policies" and promised a "clean break" from the past eight years.

Asked if there was anything he wanted to take back, now that he has spent more time with the president, Obama praised Bush's team for helping with a smooth transition and said part of what America is about is being able to have "disagreements politically and yet treat each other civilly."

Obama also said he thought Bush made "the best decisions that he could at times under some very difficult circumstances."

"That does not detract from my assessment that over the last several years, we have made a series of bad choices and we are now going to be inheriting the consequences of a lot of those bad choices," Obama said.

In addition to his relationship with Bush, Obama also discussed some key issues that he will face in the first days of his administration, including national security and the economy.

Even before taking the oath of office, Obama has already faced a showdown with Congress over releasing what remains of the $700 bailout bill that Bush and Congress authorized before the election.

The $350 billion that the Senate approved will come with specific conditions, Obama said.

"There's nothing wrong with us placing some conditions, making sure that the money's not going to executive compensation, making sure you're not seeing big dividend payoffs to shareholders and making sure that money is being left so that we can get credit flowing again, not just for individual homeowners who are losing their homes, but also small businesses who are the lifeblood of this economy.

"If they can't get credit, then they end up having to shutter their doors. And when they shutter their doors, people lose jobs. They then can't pay their mortgage, and you start down the road that we're on. We want to reverse that path, and that means that's the way we use the next $350 billion that Congress voted on, and that was a very tough vote for a lot of people. And it was tough for me to have to request it," he said.

Obama sat down with King after he took a factory tour in Bedford Heights, Ohio.

The interview will air in full at 6 p.m. Friday on "The Situation Room."

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

You know ...

It's one thing for the debunkers to brush off some of these quotes as sounds from a collapsing building.

But when you have a number of firefighters, along with a number of eyewitnesses, that distinctly describe, and I quote, "THREE BIG EXPLOSIONS", you have to wonder who's brushing off what.


There's definitely eyewitnesses corroboration that three big explosions happened prior to the collapse. The only question is what caused them.

Somebody needs to interview Arthur Del Bianco before he disappears.


I know these are oral histories. Were they dictated or recorded?
If recorded, would they be somehow available?

Their experiences in their own words, spoken with sincerity and emotion would multiply their impact a thousand times.

Oral histories

If these are the same histories I have, they are transriptions from interviews done internally by the FDNY. Glancing at one now I see that Kevin McAllister, Steve Gilbert, Fire Marshal Campbell and Fire Marshal Starace interviewed Chief Garcia in this particular one, dated Oct 2nd, 11:06 a.m. No year is given, I am assuming it is 2001.