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by By Christian Peper
Sunday, Jul. 09, 2006 at 3:18 PM
911 Inside job. Why World trade center 7 came down.
By Christian Peper
World Trade Center building 7 was the third skyscraper to collapse on September 11, 2001. Fires have never before or since destroyed a steel skyscraper but the government claims fire caused the collapse. The evidence was quickly destroyed. Strangely the government rapidly recycled the steel from the most mysterious building collapse in world history. Why did outlaw government agent’s plant explosives in the buildings and then blame the collapse on fires?
World trade center building 7 was the original headquarters of the junk-bond firm Drexel Burnham Lambert. Drexel Burnham Lambert contributed to the $500-billion taxpayer-underwritten Savings and Loans bailout. Before the explosion on 9/11 the SEC, IRS, and the Secret Service were housed in building 7.
The first reason the building was destroyed is to destroy evidence. Evidence relating to 9/11 and illegal trading including the put options placed before 9/11 had to be destroyed.
The second reason building 7 was destroyed Is the building next to it at 140 west street was the hub and switch for voice and data communication for all of lower Manhattan. A clear reason for shutting down the NYSE was needed because without shutting down the markets the sell pressure would have destroyed investor’s faith in the market for years. Without question NASDAQ, Archipelago and Instinet, as well as the futures and options markets in Chicago were ready to function throughout the disaster.
9/11 was an inside job without question. The net must be cast wide and ensnare all perpetrators of this mass murder as America wakes up the truth behind 9/11.
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