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Yonkel Goldstein: At Ground Zero

Original post made on Sep 8, 2011

From the vantage point of a decade after 9/11 it seems as fate wanted me to be in New York City -- not just in New York City, but probably at almost the precise location which one would have selected to view those terrible events, had one known in advance what was to happen and, if for some macabre reason, one wanted to witness them.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, September 8, 2011, 4:00 PM

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Posted by galen
a resident of Ventura
on Sep 16, 2011 at 11:28 am

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This article by Yonkel Goldstein blows my mind. Yonkel confides that his two "9/11 fantasies" are that he "wish[es] [he] had killed him [bin Laden] and "too bad he [bin Laden] didn't suffer more". Wow!

My 9-11 fantasies are very different. My 9-11 fantasy is that it was discovered and stopped before it happened. Had more people known that a shadowy, criminal cabal involving the governments of the USA, UK, and Israel were going to unleash this false-flag attack on the people of this country and blame it on "Radical Islam" we would have been able to stop this crime of treason and mass murder and the subsequent wars that are being waged as a consequence.

I submitted my memories of 9-11 to the "Palo Alto Online News" but they didn't make it past the censors. I wonder how long before they remove this comment which challenges the outrageous lies we're being told about 9-11 by the USG and corporate media.

I have degrees in Physics and Math and i can say with authority that two airplanes did not cause three skyscrapers to explode and fall at free-fall speed on 9-11. The Towers and WTC 7 were all controlled demolitions... period.

There will be continuing war waged on innocent people until the American people wake up to what really happened on 9-11. See if you want to know the truth.

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Posted by svatoid
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Sep 16, 2011 at 12:04 pm

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Thanks for a good laugh, Galen. No point arguing about your claims (with authority), they have been debunked many times before. You should get together with Carol Brouillet. She probably agrees with your claims

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Posted by That User Name is already
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on Sep 16, 2011 at 1:36 pm

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If you want folks to take you seriously, stick with facts. There are enough facts to go around to place the blame all over the map.

How many workers does it take to wire a skyscraper for demo?

Seriously, you can have more enlightenment with 9/11's real history:
- the key U.S. role in supporting militant jihadists in their war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan in the 1980s, and the resulting blowback
- the dozens of warnings our administration received in advance and their criminal neglect Web Link
- why did a mayor put NYC's emergency command center in a known terrorist target, attacked less than ten years prior?

Much more interesting to stay within the confines of reality opposed to making things up.

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Posted by svatoid
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Sep 16, 2011 at 1:54 pm

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"- why did a mayor put NYC's emergency command center in a known terrorist target, attacked less than ten years prior?"

Because Guiliani has an ego the size of the great outdoors.
What is scandalous is that no one has addressed the issue that Guiliani and his personal paramilitary group (aka the NYPD) went running away from the WTC while the firefighters were dying, due to the fact that Guiliani refused to allow the NYPD and NYFD to have the same radio communication systems
Also scandalous is how much money Guiliani has made on the bodies of the dead from 9/11, The hero of 9/11, my ass.

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