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Major General Stubblebine: 9/11 Was a False Flag

An interview with Major Gen. Albert “Bert” Stubblebine, III follows. He was commanding general of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) from 1981 to 1984. Stubblebine lays out his argument as to why 9/11 was a false flag.

4 Comments on Major General Stubblebine: 9/11 Was a False Flag

  1. Generally, I do not like talking 9/11; however, I always appreciated what this General did and would encourage this video.


    • I have always been unconvinced of the plane hitting the Pentagon story, the general’s reasoning (prompted by his wife’s suspicions) makes more sense… all the NEW information to me (outdoor monitors off, etc) But this story of Shanklesville PA makes more sense… these men were tasked with removing body parts and plane debris from trees!! so where did the bodies of the humans on board go at the Pentagon, plus all the large plane parts?

      • Yes, you are quite right and on a good track.

        What I can speak to (from experience) was the oddity of the preserved passport in NYC of an alleged suicide driver and (in my own experience) the distinct smell of asbestos (above all other odors), following the collapse.

        Certainly, I did not smell molten steel or (for lack of a better term) protein. It was apparent (which I have not even considered much in 20 years) that the smell of asbestos had a dominant place in our environment. It was toxic and everywhere.

        Thanks for you post; I am appreciative and it did get me thinking about the events again in a clearer detail.


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