Thursday, September 11, 2008

9/11 previewed in American theaters in 1996, on Fox TV in March 2001

by Mark Yannone

In the 1996 action film The Long Kiss Goodnight, Samuel L. Jackson's character is told in explicit detail by a government official that 4000 people will be killed in a fake terrorist event on American soil in order to "get some money out of Congress" and the event will be "blamed on the Muslims, naturally."

A clip of the X-Files episode, "The Lone Gunman," that premiered on FOX on March 3, 2001, featured a remotely controlled plane aimed at the World Trade Center. That episode was written in January 2000 and shot in March. The stated purpose of the attack was to increase arms sales.

Was Death of a President just such a preview/training film too? Is the American public being prepared for the necessary sacrifice of the dolt? Is the shooter being trained? Is George W. Bush being warned to keep America "at war" to enrich the defense and oil industries?

Death of a President

[Previously posted 9/17/06.]


iamsublimating said...

This 9-11 stuff just gets weirder and weirder.The act was so blatant and in your face.
How anyone can continue to believe King George and his handlers explanations of the event is astounding. What happened to people thinking for themselves? What has happened to human intelligence? The sheeple have enabled their masters and their keepers

Jeremias X said...

Check out "The Siege" with Denzel Washington and Bruce Willis as well...came out before 9/11 I'm pretty sure.

chumgrinder said...

Ha ha!

I particularly love the uniformed wazoo in Death of a President who says (at 06:46), "The two operative words in the First Amendment are to be peaceful and law-abiding."

I'm sorry, but what version of the Constitution is he reading -- the Karl Rove Cliff Notes version? It may say "peaceably assemble" but that doesn't imply law-abiding at all. Tell this asshole to read Thoreau.