Top 10 Things You’re Not Supposed to Know About the 9/11 Attack

 With the U.S. Government's almost total clampdown on real news after the 9/11 terrorist attack, there was plenty of questions that had everyone scratching their heads.

But the void has been filled with disinformation. The real secrets of the 9/11 attack have nothing at all to do with planes with no Arab hijackers aboard being flown by remote control, or missiles, rather than a Boeing airliner, hitting the Pentagon, or pods under the wings of the planes, or explosives in the World Trade Center, or the attack of the Crab People.

Clever disinformation is designed to throw out a lot of white noise… and throw up a smokescreen.

Author Thomas Pynchon said it best: "If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers."

Answers can be found, however, at the site of the biggest 9/11 crime scene that wasn't reduced to rubble, Venice, Florida, where three of the four hijackers learned to fly in a tiny retirement community on the Gulf Coast of Florida, that was Terrorist Central for the entire time they were here…

This inconvenient fact has since occasioned a massive FBI cover-up.

In the coming weeks we'll be presenting videos with our list of the Top Ten Things You're Not Supposed to Know About the 9/11 Attack.

Number 10: Some of Mohamed Atta's closest associates weren't Arab, but German, and Swiss, and at least two of them are connected to major European Mob figures.



Daniel Hopsicker

Daniel Hopsicker is an investigative journalist and the author of two books on transnational crime, Welcome to Terrorland and Barry & the Boys.