WILLIE BROWN, YOU TALK TOO MUCH.
author: Adrian More
I argue that San Francisco mayor Willie Brown had foreknowledge of 911 but criminally failed to alert Americans.
WILLIE BROWN, YOU TALK TOO MUCH.
A T.I.P. (Text In Progress) by
Un-dear San Francisco mayor Willie Brown:
on the night of Monday, September 10, 2001, you got an interesting call.
"A full eight hours" before the 911 terror attacks, your "airport security" gave you a buzz advising you "that Americans should be cautious about their air travel".
Quite a call indeed - especially since you were booked to fly to New York the next day.
Now - I didn't know you had "your" own airport security at San Francisco International, Willie.
I thought airport security was for everyone.
Instead, "your" airport security alerted only you. And you, the San Francisco mayor, did not pass on the alert to anyone else.
"Exactly where the call came from is a bit of a mystery. The mayor would say only that it came from 'my security people at the airport'".
Slight nuance here. It's not 'your airport security' anymore, but 'your security people at the airport'.
So the mystery is not 'where' the call came from - it came from the airport.
And we know when it came - late Monday night, Sept.10, 2001.
But what you didn't tell us, willie, is the name of the person who alerted you.
Because that bastard had foreknowledge of 911.
And he passed that criminal foreknowledge (which amounts to complicity, because he didn't alert all Americans, thus sending the passenger and crews of the 4 planes to the slaughter) on to you, mayor brown.
And you - a public figure, with easy & fast mass media access - kept that foreknowledge of 911 to yourself, thus becoming another accessory before the fact along with the faceless coward who had called you.
Yeah you tried (in vain) to downplay the episode - probably after realizing you'd made a huge mistake in reporting it at all.
You said the call "didn't come in any alarming fashion".
Even assuming that this were true, ITS CONTENTS were alarming in the extreme: "Americans should be cautious about their air travel" can only mean one thing: stay home because something's gonna happen.
Again your evasive, vain downplaying: "It was not an abnormal call. I'm always concerned if my flight is going to be on time, and they always alert me when I ought to be careful."
But that one call was NOT about flight delays. This was not about ' being careful'.
That one special call was about being "cautious about air travel" - that is, a warning to stay put & not fly on 911.
And it warned "Americans". Except: 99,9% of Americans were NOT warned.
But YOU (and the bastard who called you) were, willie.
You could & OUGHT TO have called your massmedia whores immediately: you had "a full 8 hours" and the public power to warn ALL AMERICANS to be cautious. You didn't. Your negligence was criminal.
You ought to be in jail for dereliction of duty, mayor brown.
You ought to be held, at the very least, as a material witness to 911.
YOU OUGHT TO BE FORCED, IF THIS WERE A REAL DEMOCRACY, TO TESTIFY UNDER OATH & ON PRIME TIME LIVE CNN AS TO:
- WHO CALLED THAT NIGHT: THE NAME!
- WHO THE HELL ARE "YOUR SECURITY PEOPLE AT THE AIRPORT": THE NAMES!
According to my source nr 2 (see bottom), the source on which the call was based was a state department memo issue on Sept.7 - but that memo "addressed concerns for Americans overseas and made no mention of any possible attack on U.S. soil".
And willie you were booked to fly to New York not overseas.
So why did this anonymous "airport security" warn you at all?
You are a fucking bastard, willie brown.
But it's never too late to repent and own up to one's crimes - willie brown, you talked too much.
First version finished on July 25, 2002.
1. San Francisco Chronicle; Wed, Sept.12, 2001, p.A-17: 'Willie Brown got low-key early warning about air travel', by Phillip Matier, Andrew Ross, online: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/09/12/MN229389.DTL
2. San Francisco Chronicle, Sept.14, 2001: 'State Department memo warned of terrorist threat', by Phillip Matier, Andrew Ross, online: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/09/14/MN92245.DTL
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