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Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)

An interesting bit of debate from here Truth and Shadows regarding the attack on the pentagon.

Señor El Once says:

Dear Mr. Stewart,

I am so happy you asked:

What about the people who died in the “inner circle”?

I am with Mr. McKee in assuming that you mean the inner rings of the Pentagon.

As I understand it, the only tenants to move into the newly renovated Pentagon wing was the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI). Their records and a good portion of their staff were wiped out.

Want to hear another rinky-dink coincidence? Guess who the ONI was investigating at the time of their demise? Former President G.H.W. Bush. Why?

The Black Eagle Fund was a cache of gold taken by the Nazi’s from those it “final solution’ed.” It was found by the Americans, but this news was suppressed, because to acknowledge its existence would require repatriating it with its rightful heirs. The Black Eagle fund was used to finance a whole series of US covert operations on other nations, with the benefit that it wasn’t traceable back to US military budgets.

On the other side of the world, the gold stolen by the Japanese was stashed in the Phillipines, and it was even more massive ($250 billion) than the Black Eagle Fund. Marcos was the US man watching it; his obsessive spending was but drops in the bucket of what the cache was. The US played rough to get control of that fund.

The fund was used as collateral on some bonds that were ultimately used to manipulate the Russian markets, to force Russia into bankruptcy, and to buy up & control very cheaply major oil, gas, and mineral concerns in the former Soviet Union.

Oh, damn! Another rinky-dink coincidence is that those bonds from the early 1990s under Bush I were coming due on 9/11/2001 under Bush II. It is these fishy financial transactions that the ONI was investigating.

Oh, snap! Could it have been a coincidence that the SEC in WTC-7 was taken out on purpose to destroy its financial records as well?

Oh, man, I just can’t believe the coincidence of what the leaders of the Stock Exchange did after 9/11! In order to supposedly stabilize the markets when they were eventually opened later that week (I believe), they temporarily loosened some restrictions on transactions and thereby allowed the clearing of the aforementioned bonds, effectively laundering it slicker than anything Lichtenstein Bankers could conceive of.

Hey, do you think that short-selling of airline stocks leading up to 9/11 is a coincidental indication that the perpetrators had financial expertise and motivations?

The above outlines half of the motivation of the true 9/11 perpetrators, who had also both the means (obviously from the funds and unaccounted for budget we’re talking about) and the opportunity. The other half of the motivation isn’t facing to fix things from the past but to fix things for the future; it is outlined in the manifestos from the Project for a New American Century that talks about what it wants to gain by changing the rules for military engagement, establishing a permanent military presence in the Middle East, and needing a “New Pearl Harbor” to galvanize the public’s support.

So, great question, Mr. Stewart.

  • Señor El Once says:

    I wrote:

    “Oh, man, I just can’t believe the coincidence of what the leaders of the Stock Exchange did after 9/11! In order to supposedly stabilize the markets when they were eventually opened later that week (I believe), they temporarily loosened some restrictions on transactions and thereby allowed the clearing of the aforementioned bonds, effectively laundering it slicker than anything Lichtenstein Bankers could conceive of.”

    I forgot to point out that this injected a lot of capital into our economy. This is a contributing factor the mortgage crisis we experienced.

    How so?

    Capital, to be useful, has to be put to work. The influx of laundered capital into the coffers of banks meant that it and 100-fold multipliers of it had to be made available as loans. Remember, a banks’ physical reserves are only a small fraction of what it can actually loan by law.

    So, when the banks’ reserves increased, so did the amount of fiat money that they would want to put into circulation (and profit from massively), which kind of explains two other aspects of the mortgage crisis. Namely one, that they were making loans to just about anyone whether or not financially qualified and encouraged re-financing to take equity out. And two, that they ramped up the usage of the adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). The ARM would serve to churn mortgages that lead to the housing bubble; to dupe unwitting mortgage holders with teaser interest rates that they could barely afford when low; and to con those mortgage holders into appeasing their selfish interests by removing equity on their house. When the music stopped, people owed more on their houses than they were worth which factored into an inability to re-finance at affordable rates; interest rates jacked up to levels they couldn’t afford; economic ripples affected the stability of employment and the ability to meet those payments. Can you just hear the bankers laughing and calling them “suckers”?

    When the smoke cleared, those with the means were able to swoop in and pick up real brick-and-mortar establishments (not just promissory stock from the same) for dimes on the dollar.

    If a terrorist wanted to bring America to its knees and gain handsomely, don’t you think the above achieved that?

    The only points to dispute are who the real terrorists were and that they probably were of the domestic variety.

  • Señor El Once says:

    Just ran across this:
    9-11 WTC Biggest Gold Heist in History: $300 Billion in Bars

    This $300 billion in gold bars gets added to the $250 billion from the 1990s that they needed to clear and launder.

    I mentioned the ONI and how they were taken out, right? I just learned that they were also investigating the $2.3 trillion that the Secretary of Defense (Rumsfeld) could not account for on September 10, 2001.

  • Craig McKee says:

    Yes, and wasn’t it Sept. 10 that Rumsfeld announced the missing $2.3 trillion? Another of those coincidences you were talking about. I also came across the “$300 billion” the other day. It keeps adding up, doesn’t it?







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