American Airlines Flight 77 crashing into the Pentagon on September 11th 2001, and the subsequent investigation that followed, have caused some to question the "validity" of the incident. Adam Fitzgerald goes thru the day's events with actual anomalies that happened pre and post 9/11 which were not properly investigated nor reported by the legacy media while dispelling the more questionable conspiracy theories that have arisen from it causing the 9/11 Truth Movement to become fragmented.
In a follow-up to the episode on Zacarias Moussaoui, Adam interviews Mitchel Gray, author of 'I Heard you were going on Jihad - How a Minnesota FBI agent may have prevented a second wave of attacks before 9/11'. Mr. Gray is an Iraq War veteran who provided valuable information to the counter-intelligence agencies after 9/11. An Arabic speaker, Mr. Gray is also an attorney and adjunct professor of oil and gas who lectures on energy security issues.
Adam talks with Mitchell about his encountering radical Islamic groups inside the USA, as well as the detailed information he compiled on 20th hijacker, Zacarias Moussaoui.
Adam recently wrote an extensive comment on a podcast discussing the validity of 9/11 conspiracy theories. The hosts invited him on to give his views on what's wheat and what's chaff when it comes to 9/11 theories.
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Psychotherapist Fran Shure joins us to discuss her series, ‘Why Good People Become Silent - or Worse - About 9/11’.
Drawing on her knowledge of psychology, Fran explains why people may find it uncomfortable to even entertain ideas which threaten their existing world-view, and what we can all do to watch for this tendency in ourselves. We then go on to discuss the psychopathic mindset and how people can come to engage in evil acts.
In a week where the BBC has acted to have a David Icke interview removed from YouTube, Adam and Richard take a break from examining the details of 9/11 to discuss the nature of conspiracy theories. What exactly constitutes a conspiracy theory, as opposed to more grounded geopolitical research? Are they a good thing? Are they a necessary thing? Do they act to help or hinder investigations of state crimes?
Delving into one of the most obscure aspects of 9/11, Adam explains the bizarre details of a plot to assassinate President Bush in Florida on the day of 9/11. Bizarre - but testified to by several journalists and eye witnesses, many of whom were encouraged to keep quiet be the FBI
In this episode Adam explain how the intelligence gathered from the Defense Intelligence Agency's Able Danger program could have been used to thwart the 9/11 attacks, how it was blocked, and the ramifications to lieutenant colonel Anthony Schaffer for bringing this information out.
In this episode Adam and Richard discuss Operation Northwoods, the US Armies plan to use false flag terror to initiate a war with Cuba. After running through the details, the influence of the Northwoods documents on conspiracy culture today is discussed.
In this episode Adam explains the background of 9/11's 20th hijacker, Zacarias Moussaoui. We examine the FBI's failure to open his laptop after he was detained, asking whether this is normal procedure or an indication of something more sinister. We also examine what is know about the laptop's contents and whether it could have prevented the 9/11 attacks.
In this episode Adam explain the attempted hijacking of a fifth flight on 9/11, that of United Airlines Flight 23. This flight was delayed then grounded due to the attacks taking place.
Four Arab men, acting suspiciously, abandoned luggage containing box cutters, Korans and Al Qaeda training manuals, yet the FBI concluded nothing untoward was going on and they were never tracked.