Yes, there really were hijackers on the 9/11 planes—but not the ones we were told. When it comes to resolving the mystery of how 9/11 was executed, the Truth Movement suffers from cognitive dissonance. 9/11 was an outside job, done by Israeli operatives, but with consent and cooperation at the highest levels of the U.S. government.
The five notorious “dancing Israelis” who filmed the Twin Towers’ destruction, after which they celebrated, high-fiving each other and even photographing themselves flicking a lighter against the backdrop of the smoking ruins. They were arrested after driving off in a van whose license number was reported by a neighbor. Later it was revealed that at least two of them were agents of Mossad, Israel’s intelligence service.
Michael Chertoff was put in charge of the Justice Department’s investigation of 9/11, despite his mother having been a Mossad agent, and Chertoff himself reportedly holding dual citizenship in Israel. Chertoff released hundreds of arrested Israelis back to Israel, including the notorious “dancing Israelis.”
”Lucky Larry” Silverstein, who became the new owner of the World Trade Center less than two months before the attacks, and earned an insurance payout of nearly $5 billion on his $124 million investment (after missing the disaster due to a fortuitous doctor’s appointment on the morning of 9/11) was such good friends with Benjamin Netanyahu that the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported in November 2001: “Every Sunday afternoon, New York time, Netanyahu would call Silverstein. It made no difference what the subject was or where Netanyahu was, he would always call.” [Read More]
James Perloff entered Colby College (Maine) as an English major in 1969. This was an electric time in America, as the anti-war movement over Vietnam was peaking. He lived for a time in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass., which was then New England’s “Hippie Central.” His first interest in politics was sparked at about that time. He soaked up the hippie outlook, and ridiculed all things patriotic or Christian. He did not serve in the military as the draft had temporarily transitioned to a lottery system, and his birthday drew number 318. Since he would have made a bad soldier, this was as good for the military as it was for him.
He committed his life to Jesus Christ, and following that, experienced a transformation of character. He conducted his affairs with a new-found integrity. James is the author of 4 books including, "Truth is a Lonely Warrior"