9/11 Whistleblower Who Claimed WT7 Was A Demolition Murdered By CIA
One of the top demolition experts in the Netherlands, Danny Jowenko, was found murdered under suspicious circumstances after investigating the collapse of World Trade Center 7 after the 9/11 attacks and concluding that it was brought down by a controlled demolition.
Mr. Jowneko famously looked at a clip of a WT7 collapsing in 2006, and without knowing what building he was looking at, proclaimed “This is a controlled demolition… a group of experts did this. This is professional work, without any doubt.”
He began his own investigation into 9/11 shortly thereafter, and after becoming more convinced that the entire operation was an inside job, he was killed in a suspicious car accident in 2011.
Mr. Jowenko further said that if a US demolition company were to acknowledge the fact that WTC 7 was a controlled demolition, that it would be “over” for them, that they would be “done.”
And very true to Mr. Jowenko’s predictions, it would not be long before it would be “over” for him, even though he lived outside of the United States.
One of our editors is a certified-mechanic, and in his opinion Danny Jowenko’s instantaneous death is inconsistent with the crash pattern of the car which he was driving on the day of his death; there must have been something else which contributed to his untimely demise, especially considering that his dog managed to survive the crash.
Our editor has seen too many suspicious car accidents in the US, and it’s part of the reason why he moved to the Netherlands; he feared that his reporting on the Bush family and the attacks of September the 11th would make him the target of a government-sponsored assassination in the United States, especially because of his involvement with Skull and Bones.
On the 8th of January, 2013, our editor wrote an article exposing how Bonesman John Kerry’s nomination for the State Department signaled full intent to start a new Cold War.
Four days after he wrote that article, his apartment was raided by the Dutch police, and all of his belongings were subsequently destroyed; a very clear message, but one which has still not deterred him reporting on the criminal activities of the Bush crime family.
There is no doubt that the CIA is operating and killing in the Netherlands, and that those who become a big enough threat are liable for inclusion in Obama’s Disposition Matrix.
The question isn’t if the CIA will kill another 9/11 whistleblower; the question is: who, and when?
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It was Israelis, Not Muslims Who Celebrated In Jersey City On 9/11
Donald Trump’s claim of 9/11 celebration in New Jersey was based on the arrest of 5 ‘laughing’ Israelis
Donald Trump’s claim that he saw thousands of Muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in Jersey City has been widely debunked in the media, but not many have bothered to point out the story on which Trump’s claim was most likely based.
In making only a partial correction of Trump’s outrageous lie, the corporate media are in effect telling their own lie about what happened on 9/11. There was some shameless celebration in Jersey City on 9/11, but it was by five young Israelis not thousands of Muslims… and it was widely reported at the time.
In Jersey City, within hours of two jetliners’ plowing into the World Trade Center, law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river.
But who were the people that were detained?
Jim Galloway at AJC.com remembers that it was Israeli employees of a moving company:
They were Israeli and Jewish – young men making asses of themselves, as some young men are wont to do…. apparently laughing, clowning and photographing themselves
Politico has an article that mentions the Washington Post article but doesn’t tell you that the arrested men were Israelis; while Slate downplays the incident as the “strange tale of the dancing Israelis” in a piece on 9/11 legends. It says that story has taken on a life of its own among anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists.
Whether the Israelis were making asses of themselves or whether the story is repeated by conspiracy theorists is irrelevant. But the case was not a strange tale or a legend. The men were held by US authorities for more than two months before they were deported. This ABC News piece months later describes an investigation of suspicious behavior by the men:
Five men were arrested after they were seen filming the attack and apparently celebrating it too…
The driver of the van, Sivan Kurzberg, told the officers, “We are Israeli. We are not your problem. Your problems are our problems. The Palestinians are the problem.” The other passengers were his brother Paul Kurzberg, Yaron Shmuel, Oded Ellner and Omer Marmari.
It was widely thought that the men were spies, ABC said:
Vince Cannistraro, a former chief of operations for counterterrorism with the CIA who is now a consultant for ABCNEWS, said… many people in the U.S. intelligence community believed that some of the men arrested were working for Israeli intelligence. Cannistraro said there was speculation as to whether Urban Moving had been “set up or exploited for the purpose of launching an intelligence operation against radical Islamists in the area, particularly in the New Jersey-New York area.”…
Many U.S. government officials still believe that some of them were on a mission for Israeli intelligence. But the FBI told ABCNEWS, “To date, this investigation has not identified anybody who in this country had pre-knowledge of the events of 9/11.”
This piece published by the Forward (and republished at a WTC-truther site) says the five men were likely Mossad and notes that they were deported to Israel following their release.
According to one former high-ranking American intelligence official, who asked not to be named, the FBI came to the conclusion at the end of its investigation that the five Israelis arrested in New Jersey last September were conducting a Mossad surveillance mission and that their employer, Urban Moving Systems of Weehawken, N.J., served as a front.
After their arrest, the men were held in detention for two-and-a-half months and were deported at the end of November, officially for visa violations.
I’ve heard about the Israeli movers’ story down through the years and never been very interested in it, it’s in s being in a gray zone of unproveable assertions. But the story certainly doesn’t reflect well on Israel; and what is curious here is the media’s reticence about the Israeli movers as the basis of Trump’s lie. The rules just don’t apply when it comes to Israel; Israeli forces can do no wrong in the U.S. Consider: Last month the CIA co-hosted a conference on national security and invited officials from the blessed trinity of Britain, France and Israel. Gosh. If we had a normal relationship with Israel we might see that they have a constitutional problem — millions of Palestinians can’t vote for the Jewish state government that rules their lives — that is hurting the United States across the Middle East. We can’t. Or consider Russia’s response to Turkey’s shoot-down of its plane. BBC reported today that Russia has already begun cutting off the importation of Turkish foods in a semi-official protest of the attack. I thought of Rachel Corrie and Furkan Dogan. Israeli forces killed these charitable American citizens under highly dubious circumstances; and there have never been consequences to Israel for its conduct. We really have no national interest when it comes to Israel; Israel’s interest is our interest. The failure to report the simple facts around Trump’s lie is yet another example.