"We do not believe you!"Berlin, Jan. 8, 2010
"We do not believe you!" - The magazine "FOCUS Money" questions the official version of 9/11
"More and more doubts"
new issue of the german business magazine "Focus Money" (Nr. 2/2010)
carries a detailed story on 9/11.
Money", is presenting most of the crucial arguments and
contradictions on five glossy pages. Among other questions the
article suggests that the collapse of the World Trade Center could have
been a controlled demolition.
In addition, the article suggests
serious doubts about the "madness" of the critics, which are
usually called "conspriracy theorists".
magazine states, that it is "not only serious politicians who do not
want to believe the official version any more ", but also, "there are
also thousands of scientists, who question 9/11".
of the article is Oliver Janich. He works as a freelance journalist for
the Financial Times Germany, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Euro& Finance
and is a regular columnist in Focus Money.Only a few months ago in early September, there was already a fair article on 9/11 in a german TV magazine
Focus-Money is a
weekly business magazine and is currently the second-popular business
publication with a weekly circulation of 145,788 copies sold. However,
the actual range is much higher and amounts to approximately 450,000 to
720,000 readers. The magazine is published by the Burda-Verlag in
first page of the article shows pictures of 9/11 skeptics: Charlie
Sheen, Sharon Stone, Rosie O'Donnell William Rodriguez (next to GW
Bush), former Governor Jesse Ventura, Richard Gage, Federal Judge
Dieter Deiseroth and many others.
The rest of the article is packed
with information. Evidence of controlled demolition of the buildings,
criticism of the fire theory, the questions on the interceptors, WTC 7
and the Pentagon. There is talk of the "impossible flight maneuvers,"
the resignation of Senator Max Cleland who is quoted as saying "It's a
fraud, a national scandal" and of the myriad of lies to the Commission,
hindering the investigation. The mysterious death of Barry Jenning, a
former Deputy Director of Emergency Services Department of the City of
New York is also mentioned. He had saved many people from WTC 7 , and
covered in dust gave a live interview on ABC and then much later for
"Loose Change" maker Dylan Avery.
When the article covers the question of "stand down orders" there are some stunning details: The article states that
Col. Donn de Grand made the following statement:
repeatelely ignored stand-down orders that were given by Dick Cheney
and had a plane shot down that flew in the direction of White House, a
fact that would explain the lack of debris at Shanksville. Furthermore,
Col. Grand-Pre said later in a radio interview, that a majority of the
US-military leadership would basically agree to a coup in order "to
bring the truth to light"
Only a few months ago in early September, there was already a fair article on 9/11 in a german TV magazine