Posts Tagged ‘9/11 attacks’


Deep State Doesn’t Seem Bothered by 9/11 File Hackers’ Threats – Ex-USAF Colonel


Failure to defend their own military headquarters:

Karen Kwiatkowski: Oh my goodness, there’s a great many, but I think just on the initial reaction – I’m in the military, and the Pentagon and the United States was completely undefended against really what we prepared to defend against, which was airplanes off of their flight paths. And yet our reaction that day was the opposite of what it had been in every previous incident before and after. That poses the question, that makes you very interested in why we, the United States military, for example, or the United States government, why we failed so badly on that day to protect our resources. Because that was a shock.



You guys ready to dig through the data?

Hacker group releases ‘9/11 Papers’, says future leaks will ‘burn down’ US deep state





It’s like an episode of Mr. Robot. 

Hacker group threatens to leak 9/11 ‘truth’ unless paid in Bitcoin
Hacker group The Dark Overlord has threatened to leak thousands of “secret” documents stolen from insurers and government agencies that they claim reveal the truth about 9/11 – unless they’re paid not to.

The Dark Overlord, a “professional adversarial threat group” known for their hacks of Netflix, plastic surgery clinics, and other sensitive targets, posted a link to a 10GB encrypted archive of documents relating to 9/11 litigation, promising to release the encryption keys if their demands were not met in a post on Pastebin on Monday.


Great they’re so civic-minded.



Suing the government for access to 9/11 evidence. This could be big.



He makes a pretty well-researched case, but it has a few holes in it. His obsession with one specific group blinds him to the interests and actions of other co-conspirators. He spends zero time on the actions of Saudis, Pakistanis and the CIA. Everything is pinned on Zionists, which isn’t realistic. You’ll have to assess the evidence yourself. There is more than an hour’s worth.



Not harsh enough?

I ran out of characters.