911 was a bank heist

10/17/2018 - Global Intel Hub - Food for thought.  9/11 was a bank heist.

As we explain in Splitting Pennies and Splitting Bits - the world is not as it seems.

If we can source this untold story even from the JYT then you know it must be real: 

A team of 30 firefighters and police officers are helping to move the metals, a task that can be measured practically down to the flake but that has been rounded off at 379,036 ounces of gold and 29,942,619 ounces of silver.  As layers of debris are peeled away, recovery workers are opening gangways to intact portions of a 16-acre basement that was largely unseen but was a place of spectacular scope in its own right. Just the basement area of the World Trade Center enclosed twice as much space as the entire Empire State Building.  Nearly a quarter of a mile below the spectacular vistas from the towers was their upside-down attic dropping 70 feet below the ground, a strange world with enough room for fortunes in gold and silver, for Godiva chocolates, assault weapons, old furniture, bricks of cocaine, phony taxicabs and Central Intelligence Agency files. With so many people still lost, the owners of this stuff have maintained a discreet silence during the recovery operations. But that doesn't mean they're not interested.

So let's repeat this.  Cocaine, guns, gold, silver, and secret CIA files - all stored underground in the WTC complex and all went missing?  How convenient! 

You can't make this stuff up folks.  Growing up in the 90's you can't miss Hollywood films like Die Hard with a Vengeance.  But who would have even suggested, that only 6 years later, an eerily similar plot would unfold in Lower Manhattan, shaping the world forever?

Going with the bank heist angle, we have to consider what any good heist needs:  a security guard on the take.  In this case, one would not need to be an FBI agent to connect the dots here, as the security contract for the WTC complex was none other than Marvin Bush, the President's younger brother.

If you were in the USA after 9/11 you also remember not only the shock after this heinous event, but the travel ban.  It was a mess.  You were stuck where you were, and it really took weeks for things to get back to normal, but they really never did.

More strange facts, there was an unusual physical delivery by the Comex for that morning:

According to a Nov. 1, 2001 article in The London Times: “The Comex metals trading division of the New York Mercantile Exchange kept 3,800 gold bars—weighing 12 tons and worth more than $100 million—in vaults in the building’s [apparently Building 5—Ed.] basement. Comex also held almost 800,000 ounces of gold there on behalf of others with a value of about $220 million. It also held more than 102 million ounces of silver, worth [an estimated] $430 million.”  The Times piece also reported that some of the recovered gold may have been found outside this vault.  “The gold, which was discovered . . . was being transported through the basement of the building on the morning of Sept. 11,” reads the article. “Recovery workers reached a service tunnel and discovered a 10-wheel [truck] and a number of cars [that] had been crushed by falling steel.”

Perhaps this is all just coincidence.  

But why are there SO MANY anomalies surrounding this day, like the Hurricane that turned around, the FEMA drills, the employees that didn't show up, the dancing Israelis, and all the other weird things that point to a foreign deep state actor, and not the Hollywood created villain and son of the rich Bin Laden family Osama Bin Laden, a CIA asset created to fight the Russians in Afghanistan.

And between the missing Gold, puts on UAL and FX trades that can never be accounted for, someone, somewhere, made a small fortune from this event.  Maybe we'll never really know who was behind it.  But from this perspective, 9/11 was the most elaborate, most successful, bank heist in History.  Mazel Tov.

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