First hour guests: M.D. Alam ]co-founder of the American
Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC); and Muhammad Salim Akhtar, National Director of the American Muslim Alliance and the American Muslim Taskforce on Civil Rights and Elections.
|Muhammad Salim Akhtar|
So far more than twenty groups have endorsed AMPAC’s Million American March Against Fear, scheduled for September 11th, 2013 in Washington, DC. The following weekend, September 13th-15th, DC 9/11 Truth will be hosting a conference. So it looks like DC will be the place to be on the next 9/11 anniversary!
MD Alam is an Iraq War veteran, a candidate for Missouri Secretary of State, and a long-time Democratic Party organizer and activist. Muhammad Salim Akhtar is a leading American Muslim political activist, a Director of Shafi Medical Group, and a Managing Director of Renaissance USA Limited.
James and Sandy Duncan join me to discuss their article Startling Psychic 9/11 Interview, describing how they “interviewed” 9/11 victim David Angell, who explained that he did not die in the alleged crash of AA11, as the official story has it. Here is his account of what happened after he and others waiting to board AA Flight 11 were called into an airport lounge, then locked inside.
|9/11 victim David Angell|
“They put hoods over our heads and herded us to another room. They were bound…I wanted to take my briefcase, but they wouldn’t let me. They took us to a nearby room. It was near the runway. I could smell jet fuel. I was worried they were going to set us on fire. I tried to feel for a window to try to break it, but could not find one. I was strangled from behind with a wire. Then he slit my throat.”
While I do not have 100% confidence in any eyewitness testimony – especially testimony from a dead eyewitness relayed by a psychic – this account fits what we know about 9/11. The preponderance of evidence indicates that none of the four alleged attack planes crashed at the alleged crash sites. So what happened to the “passengers”? The Duncans’ scenario is as plausible as any I have heard.
Disclaimer: Psychic investigation, while still debated by the scientific mainstream, is used by thousands of police and military professionals around the world to solve crimes and conduct espionage – and by all Las Vegas casinos to spot cheaters, including those who beat the house using psi. For synopses of the research proving the reality of psi, see the “ESP” entry in the Encyclopedia of Philosophy, and then bring yourself up to date with Dean Radin’s The Conscious Universe.