By Mary Maxwell, PhD, LLB
Many passengers, crew, and hijackers were said to have died in four commercial airline flights on that famous day, September, 11, 2001, which is now 14 years ago. Is it possible that some of the listed dead did not die?
One way that a person could have escaped death is by simply not boarding in the first place. The so-called manifests could easily have been faked. (I will show below that this was the US’s plan in a 1962 false flag known as Operation Northwoods.)
We all realize today that the alleged “19 Arab hijackers” were not on the planes that left from Boston, Newark, and Dulles. They are part of the Government Myth of 9-11. Several of the 19 men saw their photo in the newspaper and came forward to say “I am alive.”
As for the passengers, let’s begin with Barbara Olson, a popular conservative CNN newsreader. Her husband Ted was Solicitor General of the US at the time. Surely he must have known that the attacks of 9-11 were going to occur. I think he would not have let his wife actually board the plane.
“But she made that critical phone call” I hear you say. No, she did not. During the 2006 Trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the FBI was forced to exhibit the records of all the actual calls. (Elias Davidsson has written a wonderful book about this, entitled Hijacking America’s Mind on 9-11). The FBI showed that Mrs Olson made one call, not two and that it lasted “zero seconds.”
This tends in the direction of showing that the role Barbara Olson played as passenger was not real. She was 45 years old, and thus would be 59 today. I presume she is alive. She may even be hiding in plain sight.
Ted Olson remarried in 2006. The bride, who seems to have no background other than being described as “a lawyer from Kentucky,” is named Lady Booth. She looks a lot like Barbara. I am guessing that she is Barbara. I hope I am wrong, as the wedding was attended by two US Supreme Court justices, and it would be very painful to think they would mock the public.
In any case, we know that none of the passengers on flight AA77 died in a crash. That notion that the Pentagon was attacked by a plane is just part of the Government Myth. The entire group of casualties of AA77, not just Mrs Olson, needs to be accounted for.
As suggested earlier, AA77’s passengers and crew members may never have got onto a plane; they could be fakes (photo-shopped dummies). If they are real, they may have been in hiding all these years. The only other possibility is that their plane landed safely somewhere and then they were murdered.
That is hinted at by Rebekah Roth in her new book, Methodical Deception. (It is written like a historical novel, with many of the actual 9-11 characters playing a part.) She reckons all four planes landed at Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts. She floats the possibility that the people may have been killed on board, in a hangar at Westover, by use of a sprayed chemical.
Growing Interest in Roth’s Theory
Roth’s book is swiftly becoming popular. The author has given many radio interviews, including one by George Noory on his show Coast to Coast. I hope this will lead to a keen interest by the relatives of the deceased. Or should I say the non-deceased, if they are still alive! Or the murdered, if they were murdered.
If we don’t see a keen interest, that would suggest to me that the relative knows the person never got on the plane (this is, he is a CIA asset, or whatever), or knows that he got on the plane but was flown to a safe place and was subsequently freed.
It has always struck me odd that the sister of Flight 77’s pilot has often spoken up to lament the tragedy, but has never taken part in the discussion about the obvious fakery of the Pentagon crash. Her brother, Charles Burlingame, a graduate of the US Naval Academy and a captain in the Air Force, had a career as an American Airlines pilot flying jumbo jets. But no jumbo wreckage was found at the Pentagon site. So he did not crash.
What about the Let’s Roll Heroes on Flight UA93?
Now consider Flight UA93, which allegedly crashed in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. A Hollywood movie, Let’s Roll, memorializes the way in which some brave passengers tackled the hijackers. Todd Beamer (who first said the Lord’s prayer) and Jeremy Glick are among the persons who made phone calls during flight.
President Obama has spoken of their heroism. But this, too, is part of the Government Myth. If a plane crashed at Shanksville, it must have performed a miracle of disappearance. According to the Peter Perl’s article in the Washington Post of May 2, 2002, the local coroner, Wallace Miller, said “I stopped being a coroner after about 20 minutes because there were no bodies there.”
As explained in Elias Davidsson’s book, the phone calls may have been on the ground, by the correctly named parties reading from a script. They cannot have been made from the air. Todd Beamer’s call allegedly reached the GTE operator Lisa Jefferson (who told us all about it on Oprah). The call was not made from an airphone, as United had stopped using airphones in January, 2001.
The widows of Todd Beamer and Jeremy Glick have each written a book explaining the emotions they have gone through. I am a widow myself and the way these two women speak – Lisa Beamer, and Lyzbeth Glick – just does not sound right to me. Maybe I am wrong. Or maybe their professional editors poured too much public-relations tone into the writing.
I’m guessing that Todd and Jeremy are still alive. Todd’s cell phone did not get turned off by the crash. Rather, according to the FBI’s records, it made and received calls for many further hours. This was noted in the Wall Street Journal:
“Oddly, the Verizon wireless record shows that 19 calls were made from Beamer’s cell phone long after the crash of UA 93. Initial media reports and FBI interviews detailed more than a dozen cell phone calls from the planes at high elevation. Yet in 2001, a telephone spokesperson stated that sustained mobile calls were not possible above 10,000 feet.”
The WSJ did not print that until 2013, most likely to counter the shock of Elias Davisson’s new book at that time. Note how the stunning information is presented with no further word as to how it opens up the whole question of the Shanksville crash. (By the way, Davidsson credits many researchers for his discoveries.)
What Action Will Be Taken?
Will the bereaved families of persons listed as dead, on any of the four flights, now accept Rebekah Roth’s novel-like story as real? If so, they must try to decide if their relative is deliberately in hiding, or that he or she was murdered. If the latter, this would make for a gripping court case.
Court case? That would require that the relatives sue someone for the wrongful death. Or they could make a complaint – sometimes known as “laying charges” — with police. Any citizen could ask a district attorney or politician to proceed with a state-initiated prosecution. And urgently, in my opinion.
(Note: all such court cases to date have failed, as the judicial system will not contradict the Government Myth of 9-11. I analyze this in my book Fraud Upon the Court, especially April Gallop’s case. Hers was not a prosecution; it was a lawsuit related to the injury suffered by her son at the Pentagon when the office building there collapsed. See Gallop v Cheney.)
Who Can Be Blamed?
Who could be named as the possible murderer of people at Westover Air Force Base? If we do not know who did it, we might start by accusing someone who had responsibility, such as the head of that Air Force Base, or his superiors.
In 1962 General Jay Lemnitzer of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff wrote the “Northwoods Memo” in which he proposed a false flag operation aimed at harming the reputation of Cuba. His proposal was never taken up, but notice how Elgin Air Force Base was to be part of the plan. I quote the Northwoods Memo:
- Hijacking attempts against civil air and surface craft should appear to continue as harassing measures condoned by the government of Cuba…
- It is possible to create an incident, which will demonstrate convincingly that a Cuban aircraft has attacked and shot down a chartered civil airliner en route from the United States to Jamaica.
a. An aircraft at Eglin AFB would be painted and numbered as an exact duplicate for a civil registered aircraft belonging to a CIA proprietary organization. [It] would be loaded with the selected passengers, all boarded under carefully prepared aliases….
b. At precisely the same time that the aircraft was presumably shot down a submarine or small surface would disburse F-101 parts, parachute, etc….
I ask, if the proposed false flag adventure known as Northwoods had included the murder of Americans, would anyone at Elgin be held liable as an accessory? Yes, of course. That is the way the law works.
— Mary W Maxwell lives in Adelaide. She is still of the mind that law can work. Why not get in touch with her if you, too, have those imaginings? Her website is maryWmaxwell.com. For more ravings about false flags, see her new book Truth in Journalism, co-authored by Dee McLachlan. It covers the Paris Charlie, the Boston Marathon, and MH17.