Thursday, August 16, 2012

"Tyndall F-106 drone take-off " [True Flag attack series]

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Above video - "Tyndall F-106 drone take-off" - URL: http://youtu.be/5niMEGCQWnE

 

"The "4" Flights of 9/11 - What about the Passengers? What happened to them?
by Phil Jayhan ..

 What was alleged to have been Flight 11, crashing into the North Tower on 9/11/2001 at 8:46 AM. Notice the bright flash at the towers face just prior to impact.

This was taken by the Naudet brothers, filming a documentary of 911. Below is a screen-shot of the BTS database, Bureau of Traffic Statistics. Oddly it shows that Flight 11, with no wheels off time, or departure time, showing that it never took off on 9/11. This exact same oddity is duplicated regarding the Flight 77, the other American Airlines flight on 9/11 which allegedly took off from Dulles. The BTS database shows that the 2 American airlines planes, flights 11 & 77, as having no wheels off time or departure times. This is actually a key to understanding 9/11 as well as the mystery of the planes & passengers....."
URL:  http://letsrollforums.com/happened-passengers-4-flights-t20496.html

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

The 11th anniversary of the 11th September 

 http://avlesbeluskesexposed.blogspot.it/2012/08/the-11th-anniversary-of-11th-september.html



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BOAC Flight 911

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

BOAC Flight 911 (Speedbird 911) was a round-the-world flight operated by British Overseas Airways Corporation that crashed near Mount Fuji, Japan on 5 March 1966. The Boeing 707-436 operating this flight was commanded by Captain Bernard Dobson, 45, from Dorset, an experienced 707 pilot who had been flying these aircraft since November 1960.[1]
The aircraft, registered G-APFE, disintegrated and crashed near Mount Fuji, Japan shortly after departure from Tokyo International Airport, at the start of the Tokyo-Hong Kong segment. All 113 passengers and 11 crew members were killed in the disaster, including a group of 75 Americans associated with Thermo King of Minneapolis, Minnesota,[2] on a 14-day company sponsored tour of Japan and Southeast Asia. There were 26 couples traveling together in the group, leaving a total of 63 children orphaned.[3]
This was the third fatal passenger airline accident in Tokyo in a month. On February 4, 1966, the single worst plane crash in aviation history at the time occurred near the same airport when 133 persons died as a Boeing 727 belonging to All Nippon Airways, then a purely domestic Japanese airline, plunged into Tokyo Bay while preparing to land. Then, less than 24 hours before the BOAC disaster, a Canadian Pacific Air Lines Douglas DC-8 jet crashed on the runway while landing at the Tokyo International Airport; 64 of the 72 people aboard died.[4]

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<<.....BOAC Flight 911 (Speedbird 911) was a round-the-world flight operated by British Overseas Airways Corporation that crashed near Mount Fuji, Japan on 5 March 1966. The Boeing 707-436 operating this flight was commanded by Captain Bernard Dobson, 45, from Dorset, an experienced 707 pilot who had been flying these aircraft since November 1960.........>>

Interesting a timeline comparison with the carreer of Adolf Nicolàs, one of the two actual general superiors of the order:

<<......Adolfo Nicolás was born in Villamuriel de Cerrato, Palencia, and entered the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as the Jesuits, in the novitiate of Aranjuez in 1953.[1] He studied at the University of Alcalá, there earning his licentiate in philosophy, until 1960, whence he traveled to Japan to familiarize himself with Japanese language and culture. Nicolás entered Sophia University in Tokyo, where he studied theology, in 1964, and was later ordained to the priesthood on March 17, 1967........>>