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Nuclear terrorism is a hot issue for two days. This image has to do with the current Nuclear Security Summit as that it pictures the airstrip called "de Polderbaan" which was used to receive the foreign heads of state or their ministers or secretaries. Actually the image is taken before the total fortification of the strip by the authorities for security reasons. The summit evaluates goals and set new goals to reduce the risk that terrorists can obtain nuclear material to be employed for evil acts.

A noble mission, but what when states employ nuclear material for evil acts themselves.

It brings back to memory the attacks on and the subsequent collapse of the Twin Towers. There is so much debate on what actually happened that day. It has become a complete mess of versions. Many people who delve deeper into the matter conclude there are too many inconsistencies to belief the official version as laid down in the 9/11 report and which only fuels the notion that the American Administration is suspect of a false flag operation; killing thousands of its own citizens and of other nationality. Almost too rediculous to even think of but it could be possible!

If I only recall the images of the plane flying into the first tower: the plane was simply absorbed into the building. As the walls of the tower were like a very strong shield with thick heavy high-grade steel plates it is just impossible that the plane just disappeared into the building; as an architect at the time explained, a plane would only produce a little hole into the building; the building was designed to withstand several such collisions; one would expect that most of the plane, it's wings and engines would be scattered by the steel walls and seen falling down to street level; no, the plane just disappeared into the immense strong structure and caused an explosion only after it got in completely; I fear I have been looking at faked images; also there are witnesses recorded saying there was no plane, just an explosion. If so, this makes an official conspiracy highly probable.

And how is it possible that these massive buildings, including building 7 which was never hit by a plane, vanished almost into dust? A not much heared of version why the towers collapsed is the Controlled Nuclear Demolition. Dimitri Khalezov made public that already at the conception of the Towers thought was spend on the question how to demolish these unprecedented skyscrapers after their lifespan. The idea of Nuclear Demolition was born and for getting agreement to build them the provisions for Nuclear Demolition had to be incorporated in the construction of the Towers. Were these provision used on that day and who decided to pull the buildings down. Was it schemed or was it a panic reaction? To me it begins to look like a meticulously prepared plot. But by who?

thanks for reading and being here x

At "about me" I have pasted some non-Ballyhoo links dealing with the subject of 9/11

Brand:Canon
Camera:Canon EOS 30D
Lens:EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM
Recording media:RAW (digital)
Date Taken:23 Feb 2014 - 5:56 PM
Focal Length:150mm
Title:Nuclear Terrorism: a thought on
Username:macdaniel macdaniel
Uploaded:25 Mar 2014 - 8:12 PM
Tags:Architecture, General, Obama, Photo journalism
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