Enter Dzhokar Dudayev, a former Soviet air force officer and the first Islamo-Nazi terrorist leader of Chechnya. From November of 1991 until his alleged death in April 1996, he led a terrorist campaign for the ARC inside the borders of Russia that displaced nearly a million people from their homes and killed according to some estimates 40,000 Russian soldiers. When all was said and done some 160,000 people would be dead as a consequence from the war the ARC waged in Russia. Chechen terrorists actually bragged about their Nazi roots in radio interviews. Dudayev's terrorists hijacked planes, conducted kamikaze attacks, threatened to dirty bomb Russian cities and attack nuclear power plants. Dudayev had the full backing of the West during this campaign. The National Security Agency provided communications support in the form satellite phones, which could not be tracked by Russia. The CIA provided weapons such as TOW missiles to destroy tanks and MANPADS used to shootdown Russian military helicopters. The CIA also funneled in harded Afghan Arab veterans into Chechnya to fight the Russians. The heavily intelligence operative penetrated Western media i.e. propaganda agencies gave sympathetic coverage to the terrorists. Western media refused to call the Chechens terrorists. They used the more sympathetic moniker of "rebel."
Dudayev was part of the Nazi stay behind program initiated by this man, the infamous Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen. Chechnya was one of the most disloyal enclaves during WW2. 90% of their conscripted men decided to go AWOL and fight for the Nazi's instead of the Red Army. General Reinhard Gehlen was the man who assisted these Nazi sympathizers in their treachery. It was so bad that the Soviet government was forced to relocate the Chechens to the east in order to stop these Nazi's. The ARC used this network during the Cold War to cache weapons and to safely house spies that were parachuted into the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
Needless to say the Russians did not just look the other way while the ARC attempted to dismantle their country; they fought back. The WTC-93, OKC Bombing, Khobar Towers, the East African Embassy Bombings and 9-11 among others were all retaliatory strikes for the ARC's policy of trying to dismantle Russia using Islamo-Nazi's.
This blog is pretty much dedicated to U.S. military's nuclear aerospace program. But these attacks show just how impotent control of space is in controlling things on the ground. 9-11 and the preceding attacks were all so sophisticated that only a very technologically advanced nation state could have been their sponsor. The 9-11 attacks were so sophisticated that only a nation state could have been sponsored the attack. With a 75% success rate the Boeing 757 – 767 kamikaze style attacks of September 11th were unusually successful. The Japanese kamikazes had an 11% success rate in that only 11% of the planes hit their targets. Only 4% actually destroyed their targets. The 9-11 planes destroyed 50% of their targets. It took a great deal of espionage to conduct these attacks. In the case of 9-11 the attackers knew how to hack the autopilots, they knew where the holes where in TRACON's radar coverage were, they knew exactly how much they could push the air frames before the planes would begin to fall apart and they knew where to place the suitcase nukes to take down the buildings. There was also a Forward Air Controller (FAC) on the ground. The second plane was much better placed than the first you would need a FAC to make that correction.
The companies that Russia needed to penetrate in order to pull off this attack were Boeing, Honeywell and Raytheon. Boeing had built a research center in Moscow in the early 90's and had sold a number of 757 and 767 airplanes to Russian airlines giving them a hands on knowledge of just what the airframes were capable of handling. Honeywell manufactured the avionics suites used in the planes and have the longest history of doing business inside Russia/USSR going back to the early 1970's. An expert knowledge of the Honeywell avionics suite was needed to pull off the 9-11 attacks. It would take a team of aviation and electrical engineers to figure out how to hack the systems. Only a nation state with access to these systems would have the resources to do it. Raytheon had cut a deal to "modernize" Russia's air traffic control system in the mid-90s. Raytheon is the main contractor on building air traffic control systems inside the United States. Again a team of electrical and aviation engineers would be needed to hack these systems. Only a nation state would have the resources to do it.
These three companies basically sold out America and were paid with dollars from the IMF loans given to Russia in the 1990's. Of course no investigation of these companies was ever conducted and the ARC framed up Osama Bin Laden et al for the attacks. But the sophistication of the attacks point elsewhere. They point to Russia.
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