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Review:Jesse Ventura:911 Pentagon Attack Conspiracy Theory

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by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Feb. 1, 2011


In episode 8 of season two of his "Conspiracy Theory" series, which aired on December 17, 2010, professional wrestler, former Navy SEAL and former Minnesota governor, Jesse Ventura and his team take a look at the September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon, to show that the official story is full of holes, and that the military is the most likely culprit, with involvement of a missile, stand-down orders from Cheney, lack of jet wreckage and human remains, confiscation of all video footage, threatening of witnesses who described the event as an "explosion", impossibility of a novice or even expert pilot to fly a passenger jet with that accuracy at 500 knots.

What does this have to do with free energy? The same cabal who has been suppressing exotic free energy technologies are of the same ilk and dark brotherhood who instigated 911 to impose mass mind control on the population and give a fabricated reason to take away our rights and impose a police state. Free energy technologies are a major antidote to their poison, as it empowered the people and supports freedom.

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    Jesse Ventura on the 911 Pentagon Attack Conspiracy Theory - Jesse's team shows how the official story is full of holes (due to coverup), and the military is the most likely culprit, with involvement of a missile, stand-down orders from Cheney, lack of jet wreckage and human remains, confiscation of all video footage, threatening of witnesses who described the event as an "explosion". (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; February 1, 2011)

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