Illusions of 9/11

On last night’s edition of BTR’s The Hagmann and Hagmann Report, just as the game show Jeopardy! had a category about the 9/11 Museum (Larry Silverstein’s insurance policy), was a major discussion about the ultimate flase flag attack which has killed off this republic. Joining the Hagmann’s was author and activist Rebekah Roth.

She spent 30 years working as a flight attendant and an international purser for a major U.S. airline. Her career encompassed many major events involving airlines and aircraft, including hijackings and crashes. She also has been trained in emergency medical services.

Here’s her story from the BTR page of the show, whose audio you can hear at this link.

Having just returned from an international flight and fighting jet lag, Rebekah Roth was jarred awake on the morning of September 11, 2001 as the macabre sights in lower Manhattan splashed across her television. She could hardly believe what she was seeing as the twin towers of the World Trade Center turned to dust, ostensibly from the impact and fire caused by two direct hits by passenger planes hijacked by Muslim terrorists. At that moment, her job became much more perilous.

During the remaining years she spent working within the airline industry, Rebekah Roth watched the transformation of commercial air travel, the birth of the TSA, and the implementation of security measures at airports and by the airlines as an insider. Her access to various reports issued by the FAA, her knowledge of the inner workings of the airlines, and the contacts she made during the course of her international travels would prove invaluable to the investigative journey she would undertake inside the matrix of the attacks of 9/11.

In Methodical Illusion, Rebekah Roth adeptly transforms a fictional novel to an investigative summary, a tactic that is difficult at best for even the most skilled authors. She leaves readers with much information that has been ignored or deliberately scrubbed by the captured media.


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