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This video needs to be watched several times.
One thing to watch for is just a frame before the top section starts to fall. There is a puff of black smoke that moves upward from the roofline or top of the building. This could not be from a collapse or due to crushing because nothing has fallen onto the roof. Also there is no hydrocarbon fuel in this area. These are not floors where people could work, but rather a bridge type structure which connects all four sides of the building.
You will also notice that the TV tower also starts to fall before the roofline. That means the inner core column have been cut and are falling a half a second before the outer beam columns start to fall.
Watch the top floors move and the rest of the building does not move as the top floors should have cause some crushing of the bottom section, but the bottom section does not move for a second or second and a half.
also notice all the flashes of flames going out of the smoke as the top of the north tower falls remember all the jet fuel as burnt away and a hydrocarbon fire does not produce flames of fire that instantly burst, these flashes can only be caused by explosives.
the back side of the falling upper part of the south tower and see all the dust from explosions.
We need someone in the 9/11 truth movement to use an oscilloscope to match up the pictures displayed on oscilloscope read-outs, with the sound waves being emitted after the explosive flashes of light on the World Trade Center buildings as they collapsed and/or when these explosions were recorded on various audio/video tapes made on 9/11. The time lag between the flashes of light with the noise is an important bit of evidence. We can see the spikes in sound made by the flashes if we could display the oscilloscope display of the sound waves.
Why do we need to do this? Because it is hard for us to feel the noise from watching a video tape on a U-tube video, like felt by those who were there that day. And I do mean feel. Shock wave from very loud noise can even be felt. We can even feel the pressure inside our ears in the low frequency BOOM made from a bomb.
No End in Sight Iraq's Descent Into Chaos
US war in Iraq costs over USD 2 trillion, 189,000 lives: Study 14 Mary 2013 A new study has shown that the US war on Iraq has cost more than USD two trillion, including USD 490 billion in benefits owed to war veterans. The report released by the US-based Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University stated that the amount owed to veterans may rise to USD six trillion over the next four decades if interest is included. The report, drawn up by about 30 academics, also said at least 189,000 people have been killed since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
US Supported Sunni Death Squads in Iraq
Retired Colonel James Steele, USA, SF, 58 organized these death squads, failed to stop torture, and he reported directly to SECDEF Donald Rumsfeld
Col. Steele organized El Salvador’s death squads from 1984 to 1986
"Steele admitted not only his participation in the arms deliveries but also his early discussion of these activities with Donald Gregg. (VP Bush’s national security advisor)" And Steele had to know cocaine was being shipped back to the US.
Colonel James Coffman worked with Steel and failed to stop Sunni Iraqi torture and he reported directly to lieutenant general and became the first commander of the Multi-National Security Transition Command Iraq. General David Petraeus June 2004 to Oct 2008
Note: Gen Pace giving the verbal order that all US troops have an ethical duty to not any war crime in progress, not simply to report it as SECDEF Rumsfeld tried to say.
SEE this U-tube for the rest of the story:
MI6 and CIA were told before invasion that Iraq had no active WMD
March 18, 2013: Naji Sabri, Saddam's foreign minister, told the CIA's station chief in Paris at the time, Bill Murray, through an intermediary that Iraq had "virtually nothing" in terms of WMD.
An MI6 officer met Iraq's head of intelligence, Tahir Habbush al-Tikriti, who also said that Saddam had no active WMD. The meeting in the Jordanian capital, Amman, took place days before the British government published its now widely discredited Iraqi weapons dossier in September 2002.
Claims that Iraq was buying uranium from Niger were dismissed by other intelligence agencies, including the French.
Lord Butler, the former UK cabinet secretary who led an inquiry into the use of intelligence in the runup to the invasion of Iraq, said that he was not told about Sabri's comments, and that he should have been.
Tony Blair told parliament before the war that intelligence showed Iraq's nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons program was "active", "growing" and "up and running".