Saturday, September 23, 2006


UPDATE: Google has removed the video.
An unexpected reference to insider trading and other suspicious stock market activities prior to 9/11 featured in SNL skit.
For those who may not be aware of the suspicious insider trading in the lead up to 9/11: 911 Research Insider Trading Article
This issue is also cataloged by a number of other sites, both mainstream news sources and independent journalists, and is universally adhered to as one of the smoking guns indicating foreknowledge of 9/11.
Strange how SNL would slip in such a reference, why would they do that?
Notice no laughter following the assertion in the skit...

Here's a partial transcript of the portion of the video.
"Back in the summer of 2001, I wanted to move some money into defense-related and home security stocks, but your brokers talked me out of it. Is that because you and your friends were buying those stocks and wanted to keep the price down?"

"Exactly. We felt that with the 9/11 terror attacks coming up later in the summer, that sector of the market would probably triple in value... and once again, we were right."

"You knew in advance about 9/11?"


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Google Censored it?
OMFG, they're so fucking desperate.

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guys, I hate Bush as much as anyone. But c'mon: this whole "If it's good enough for FDR, it's good enough for Bush" conspiracy junk is just tripe. Yeah, it did give him a pretext to attack Iraq. You think he wasn't going to attack if he didn't get one? Wake up and smell the idiot, already. And for those who think the WTC actually was blown up with bombs instead of planes, I have a question: WHY IN THE WORLD go through the incredibly complex logistics required to hijack four jets, when you could just -- watch closely -- bomb the WTC? After all, since that had already been tried, it's not like it would have surprised anyone, and would have been insanely easier for covert ops to do and cover up.

4:45 AM  
Anonymous blowback said...

2nd Anon,
It's not about hating Bush, it's about getting the truth.
It's a fact that we don't know the truth about what happened on 9/11, and we can't continue on the same path we're on with a false understanding of what 9/11 was, particularly since it's being used to justify all of these wars, and the effective dissmantling of our freedoms from the inside out.

3:24 PM  

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