Source – madcowprod.com
– “…Another thing that’s somehow escaped notice is the heroin and cocaine trafficking going on at the tiny Venice, Florida Airport on a plane owned by the man whose flight school taught Mohamed Atta to fly – Huffman Aviation owner’s Lear jet, flew 39 weekly drug flights from Venezuela to Florida, and then on to its eventual destination, Teterboro Airport outside of New York City”:
THE DAY AFTER SEPTEMBER 11 – B
Yesterday, on the 15th anniversary of 9/11, I was depressed. Then I saw this:
It’s now clear the Presidential Election of 2016 is what theologians speak of when discussing the condition known as Living Hell.
Meaning, “You’re living. It’s hell. Praise His Name.”
As Hillary was wilting in the hot sun yesterday, which was, presumably, bad, there were calls for more transparency about the now-undoubted Saudi involvement in the 9/11 attack, which was, presumably, good.
Curiously, though, there was no talk at all about who— on the U.S. side — those sneaky Saudis had been involving themselves with. The Saudis needed someone to dance with on the Florida side of things.
They needed a rabbi. Someone to tell them, you know, what it is.
What it is here.
If all this is new to you, start with “THE STORY OF 9/11 IS A STORY ABOUT SAUDIS IN FLORIDA.”
Not all taboos come from Borneo
Another thing that’s somehow escaped notice is the heroin and cocaine trafficking going on at the tiny Venice, Florida Airport on a plane owned by the man whose flight school taught Mohamed Atta to fly. It has, in fact, become as big a taboo in Western media as being seen with your mother-in-law in certain wiser precincts of New Guinea.
While three of the four terrorist pilots practiced “touch and go’s” (they’d never need to execute) off the runway in front of the blue-awning at Huffman Aviation, the owner’s Lear jet flew 39 weekly drug flights from Venezuela to Florida, and then on to its eventual destination, Teterboro Airport outside of New York City.
From then, to this date, nothing has changed
Something poignant happened in a recent interview with the second Dutch national— remember the Magic Dutch Boys? — who owned the second flight school at the Venice Airport.
Arne Kruithof was the quiet Beatle. He avoided the media in the aftermath of the attacks, kept his head down, and survived. Then he did an interview. “9/11 is only part of the story of Rudi Dekkers, ” he told the Rotterdam Dagbladon on Dec 28, 2012 .
“The other part is his excessive bravado. He wanted to make money and then flaunt it. He wanted to be a Big Guy. But in the aviation world, that’s not how they do things. Everyone should know that Rudi Dekkers was in the room, which is part of his downfall.”
Where to start with Rudi Dekkers? One good place: “Why Rudi Dekkers Can’t Stop Lying,” a catalogue of the lies he was telling while promoting his book ten years later. He was feeling a little hang-dog.
“Dekkers, now 55, didn’t lose any loved ones in the 9/11 attack. But he says the financial losses and the losses to his reputation have been staggering. He’s lost between $4 and $5 million on his aviation businesses, and $12 million total, he figures, because of his association with the terrorists.” Dekkers says, ‘The last ten years have been bad.’
None of this, of course, is anywhere near true.
When Kruithof learned the cash-strapped Dekkers was taking sightseeing flights in South America, he said, he figured he was probably flying hard drugs across borders, he said, “It’s all very typical of Rudi.”
Soon thereafter Dekkers was busted, and sent to prison, for drug trafficking. Dekkers told an agent, who was wearing a wire (quoting from the agent’s affidavit : He was “involved in narcotics transportation using private aircraft and that he has flown narcotics and currency previously without any problem.”
If you think it matters to the story of the 9/11 attack that the two principals of the flight school that taught Mohamed Atta to fly are both involved in drug trafficking, you must be mistaken.
Because there’s a long list of eminent authorities who can tell you it doesn’t, including Senator Bob Graham and author cum quisling Anthony Summers, who is to 9/11 what “Case Closed” scribbler Gerald Posner is to the Kennedy Assassination: well-remunerated white noise.
Nothing has changed. It all sounds like what I heard way back in 2003 about Dekkers from a member of Ronald Reagan’s national security team, a former military official.
“When you’re greedy,” he said, about Dekkers, “you can be used for something.”
So it goes. And the band played on.