#1348 Marine links pedophile pimp and Harper spread-bet pilot to 9:26+ Pentagon bomb
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Russell Williams, an alleged EW flying pedophile pimp and Stephen Harper’s former spread-bet pilot, to a Canadian war game conspiracy on 9/11 to explode bombs in the United States Capitol Building and the Pentagon’s U.S. Navy Command Center at 9:26 (a.m.) plus any delay in minutes in the decoy planes’ departure times.
McConnell alleges Williams set up the spread-bet parameters for Harper’s Global Guardian war game so that the U.S. Navy Command Center was destroyed by bombs timed to coincide with AA Flight 77’s arrival overhead (9:26 + 10 minutes delayed departure = 9:36) while the Capitol was to be destroyed by bombs timed to coincide with the expected arrival overhead of United 93 (9:26 + 40 minutes = 10:06).
McConnell notes that Harper’s spread-bet bookmaker’s selection of over/under betting for a time of 9:26 plus decoy delay, was an amateurish attempt to make the Allah referred to in Quran Verse 9:26 look more prescient than the God referred to in The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States.
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“Quran 9:26 Sahih International Then Allah sent down His tranquillity upon His Messenger and upon the believers and sent down soldiers angels whom you did not see and punished those who disbelieved. And that is the recompense of the disbelievers.”
“The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States is an expression of loyalty to the federal flag and the republic of the United States of America, originally composed by Francis Bellamyin 1892 and formally adopted by Congress as the pledge in 1942. The Pledge has been modified four times since its composition.
Congressional sessions open with the recital of the Pledge, as do many government meetings at local levels, and meetings held by many private organizations. It is also commonly recited in school at the beginning of every school day, although the Supreme Court has ruled on several occasions that students cannot be compelled to recite the Pledge, or punished for not doing so.
According to the United States Flag Code, the Pledge of Allegiance reads:
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
According to the Flag Code, the Pledge “should be rendered by standing at attention facing the flag with the right hand over the heart. Members of the Armed Forces and veterans who are present and not in uniform may render the military salute. Persons in uniform should remain silent, face the flag, and render the military salute.”
“(8:20 a.m.) September 11, 2001: Flight 77 Takes Off 10 Minutes Late Flight 77 departs Dulles International Airport near Washington, ten minutes after its 8:10 scheduled departure time. [WASHINGTON POST, 9/12/2001; CNN, 9/17/2001;GUARDIAN, 10/17/2001; ASSOCIATED PRESS, 8/21/2002; 9/11 COMMISSION, 6/17/2004] Timeline Tags: 9/11 Timeline Category Tags: All Day of 9/11 Events, Flight AA 77”
“The Pentagon was first attacked at 9:32 am, much earlier than the 9/11 Commission and official cover story claim. (In this summary of evidence, the more precise time of 9:31:40 am is “rounded up” for ease of reference.)
The Pentagon and mainstream media first reported 9:43 as the time of alleged Flight 77 impact (some reports, presumably taken from official sources, were as late as 9:48 and 9:47). Over time, the time given by officials for the claimed outside impact on the building has been moved earlier and earlier, down to 9:37 (as of the time of this writing), but has never come close to the actual time of the first violent event at the Pentagon – 9:32.
Clearly, if the official story that Flight 77 hit the Pentagon at 9:37 were true, Flight 77 could not have been the source of massive damage to the west side of the building a minimum of five minutes earlier at 9:32.
Converging Lines of Proof of a 9:32 Violent Event at the Pentagon on September 11, well before the Official Story says anything hit the building:
Multiple standard-issue, battery-operated wall clocks on the walls of the area of the Pentagon attacked on 9/11 -including one in the heliport just outside the west face- were stopped between 9:31 and 9:32−1/2 by a violent event, almost certainly a bomb or bombs inside the building and/or in a truck or construction trailer parked right outside the west face. The first Associated Press report, in fact, stated that the Pentagon had been damaged by a “booby trapped truck.” The Navy posted the stopped heliport clock on an official website and another of the stopped clocks is in the 9/11 display at the Smithsonian Institution. These are just some of the west section Pentagon clocks that stopped between 9:31 and 9:32−1/2 on September 11.
April Gallop, an Army employee with a Top Secret clearance, was at her desk in the Army administrative offices in the west section of the Pentagon on 9/11, the area of the building most heavily destroyed, when what she said sounded and felt “like a bomb” went off. “Being in the Army with the training I had, I know what a bomb sounds and acts like, especially the aftermath, and it sounded and acted like a bomb. There was no plane or plane parts inside the building, and no smell of jet fuel.” Ms. Gallop still has the watch she was wearing that morning, which stopped shortly after 9:30.
The FAA’s [Federal Aviation Administration] timeline document “Executive Summary-Chronology of a Multiple Hijacking Crisis–September 11, 2001” reads: “0932: ATC (Air Traffic Control) AEA reports aircraft crashes into west side of Pentagon.” The time is the critical fact here, not the claimed cause.
Denmark’s soon-to-be Foreign Minister Per Stig Moller was in a building in Washington, D.C. on 9/11 from which he looked out, heard an explosion and saw the smoke first rise from the Pentagon. He immediately looked at his watch, which read 9:32 am. He gave radio interviews in Denmark the next morning in which he stated that the Pentagon had been attacked at 9:32.”
“United Airlines Flight 93 began its takeoff roll from Newark International Airport at 8:42, some forty minutes late, and checked in with air traffic control at 8:43: “United 93 fourteen hundred [feet] for twenty-five hundred.”[i] All communications with Newark Tower, New York Tracon, and New York Air Route Traffic Center were normal; after reporting experiencing some “light chop” at 35,000 feet, the flight was handed off to Cleveland Center at 9:23.[ii]Several seconds later, United 93 established radio contact with Cleveland Air Route Traffic Control Center: “Morning Cleveland, United Ninety-three with you at, three-five-oh (35,000 feet), intermittent light chop.[iii] The controller did not respond to this initial transmission as he had sixteen flights under his control, and was issuing new routes to several aircraft based upon the decisions in New York and Boston to ground-stop all aircraft.”
“According to the 9/11 Commission, Flight 93 crashed at 10:03 AM. United 93 crashed in Pennsylvania at 10:03:11, … The 10:03:11 impact time is supported by previous National Transportation Safety Board analysis and by evidence from the Commission staff’s analysis of radar, the flight data recorder, the cockpit voice recorder, infrared satellite data, and air traffic control transmissions.
— 9/11 Commission Report
The Commission’s claim contradicts multiple lines of evidence pegging the crash time at 10:06 AM.
A paper by seismologists Won-Young Kim and, Gerald R. Baum emphatically places the crash time at 10:06:05 EDT, with a margin of error of five seconds.
Although, seismic signals across the network are not as strong and clear as the WTC case (see Kim et al., 2001), three component records at station SSPA (Δ = 107.6 km) shown in Figure 6 are quite clear. The three-component records at SSPA are dominated by strong Lg arrivals, whereas the Pg waves are difficult to discern and have amplitudes comparable to the noise level. This is typical for seismic waves generated by airplane impacts and crashes. The seismic signals marked as Sg in Figure 5 propagated from the Shanksville crash site to the stations with approximately 3.5 km/s. Hence, we infer that the Flight 93 crashed around 14:06:05±5 (UTC) (10:06:05 EDT). The uncertainty is only due to seismic velocity at the uppermost crust near the surface in which the Lg waves propagated.
— Seismic Observations during September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attack”
More to follow.