greeney2 wrote:You can't even muster up the balls to say those photoshopped American airliner Globalhawk, cruise missile and commuter jet of Zoltans are fake?
If you can't admit these are ridiculas fakes along with the stories with them, you are more obsessed and sader than I thought. Give me some reason to have some respect for you Cole.
Do you think all three are fake, or do you think they are real?
First off-----------What are you talking about when you mention ( photoshopped American Airline Globa-lhawk ) ( cruise missile ) and ( commuter jet ) being FAKE? What does Zoltan have to do with anything other than spreading disinfo and adding to the confusion of anyone interested in learning ANYTHING about 9-11 and what really happened?
Maybe I should be more direct? Obviously you missed my post about this on the other thread. You do that all the time, I mention it ( all the time ) please read and reason before you jump to conclusions, or open your mouth by habit. Maybe you simply can't help it----------I've mentioned that before as well.
As far as being obsessed or sad, or heaven forbid..lacking the balls
You my friend couldn't be more full of boloney >>>
What was your point with the model planes and someone destroying the Pentagon?????????? Here is were you can save face and either tell me that you were merely fooling about in jest, or you had once again spoken before you had any real clue about what REALITY of such a thing really is.!!! Go for be, be BRAVE.
BUT THEN YOU HAVE A REWRITE..........Why do you think they do this sort of thing Greeney?
Could model airplanes become a terrorist weapon?
APBy JAY LINDSAY - Associated Press | AP – 4 hrs ago
Counterterrorism experts and model-aircraft hobbyists said it would be nearly impossible to inflict large-scale damage of the sort Ferdaus allegedly envisioned using model planes. The aircraft are too small, can't carry enough explosives and are too tricky to fly, they said.
"The idea of pushing a button and this thing diving into the Pentagon is kind of a joke, actually," said Greg Hahn, technical director of the Academy of Model Aeronautics.
Rick Nelson, a former Navy helicopter pilot who is now a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Ferdaus would have had to hit a window or other vulnerable area to maximize damage, and that would have taken precision flying.
"Flying a remote-controlled plane isn't as easy as it actually looks, and then to put an explosive on it and have that explosive detonate at the time and place that you want it add to the difficulty of actually doing it," he said.
The quotations are enough said................I'll leave out the propaganda style photo of the remote control Navy Fighter plane, you can open the link and view it at will.
You see Greeney it appears that flying a remote control Airplane isn't that easy to do, only the MILITARY ACTIVELY RECRUITS GAMERS for that very same thing?
So when you and I differ over such things it's usually because you miss the actual points and fall for the RIDICULOUS EXCUSES AND IMPLANTED PERCEPTIONS these evil people want you to ( NOT ONLY THINK ) but ( BELIEVE )...........Sorry but that's as true as it can get.
They bomb Afghanistan from a Military base in New Mexico, sometimes from Nevada or Arizona.................DO YOU GET THIS...............Drones are controlled by remote ( remote control ) So....................this is an excellent paradox, or a great oxymoron .............choose your medicine..
LINK:http://news.yahoo.com/could-model-airpl ... 56090.html
point of article:
No hack average Joe citizen can do any real damage with a remote control plane bought off of E-Bay, only the Military does it every single day.........It's very easy to do-----------yet like usual, the COMPONENTS of such a thing is 100% absolutely STATE FUNDED MILITARY TYPE PROJECTS...............Ops if you will----------------so if in the future something along this line should occur-----------------well surely you get it!!
We can discuss this further if you wish. Cole