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Author Topic: Black 9.11: A walk on the dark side  (Read 1318 times)


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Black 9.11: A walk on the dark side
« on: March 19, 2011, 05:41:25 am »

This is another of those facts that people who insist on "sticking their fingers in their ears and singing" about the official story on 9.11, never have answers for and resort to "well there's a lot that the US government knows about this that we'll never know, and we are not capable of handling the facts anyway, so they're doing us a favour by not telling us".

Truth is that the answers to these questions are so obvious, and there's no (even as absurd as "the buildings collapsed through fire") innocuous explanation for this.

This paper will review the evidence for informed, or insider, trading in the days and hours before the 9/11 attacks. From the very first, the phenomenon appeared to be world-wide.  One consultant, Jonathan Winer, told ABC: “it’s absolutely unprecedented to see cases of insider trading covering the entire world from Japan to the US to North America to Europe.”[1] The list of affected nations was long, and included the US, Germany, Japan, France Luxembourg, Hong Kong, the UK, Switzerland and Spain.[2] Soon, independent investigations were underway on three continents in the belief that the paper trail would lead to the terrorists.

Press statements by leading figures in the international banking community left little doubt that the evidence was compelling. Ernst Welteke, President of the German Deutsche Bundesbank, told reporters that “a preliminary review by German regulators and bank researchers showed there were highly suspicious sales of shares in airlines and insurance companies, along with major trades in gold and oil markets, before September 11 that suggest….advance knowledge of the attacks. Welteke said that his researchers came across….almost irrefutable proof of insider trading.”  Welteke was blunt: “What we found makes us sure that people connected to the terrorists must have been trying to profit from this tragedy
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