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Internet Domain Names May Have Warned of Attacks Congressional Bureau Chief | Sept. 19, 2001

The terrorists who planned and executed the September 11 attack on America may have registered as many as 20 Internet domain names, or web addresses, that experts believe should have warned authorities of a possible assault on the World Trade Center in New York City.

Internet domain names like ‘’ and ‘’ were registered more than a year ago. It’s not known at this time who registered the suspicious names or what their purpose was.

“It’s unbelievable that they (the registration company) would register these domain names, probably without any comment to the FBI,” according to Neil Livingstone, head of Global Options LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based counter-terrorism and investigation company.


3 Comments on Internet Domain Names May Have Warned of Attacks

  1. It’s called “predictive programming.” They do it to mock the gullible masses who believe their nonsensical narratives and as an arrogant display of power towards the awake.

    I’ve also heard theories that it dates back to ancient times and has to do with Karma. Like if they make it obvious what they’re doing and/or they make their narratives ridiculous and the people still don’t get it, then it’s the people’s own fault what happens to them and not theirs. Perhaps, as they are certainly occultists.

  2. This narrative makes perfect sense…

    A group of terrorists planning a high profile attack against a super power, one that was already a high tech security state, with slim chance of success (as well as being impossible due to laws of physics…) decided to further risk exposure and failure by registering internet domain names about the attack and intended target.

    Of course, that is just one of many parts that don’t add up about the official narrative.

    This was, like I wrote above, predictive programming. One of many examples of predictive programming on the (Globalist false flag) attacks on 9/11.

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