First half hour: Enver Masud of The Wisdom Fund drove up the hill behind his apartment on the morning of 9/11/2001 and looked down at the side of the Pentagon that had allegedly been hit by a Boeing 757 piloted by Hani Hanjour – a flight school reject who could not be trusted at the controls of a Cessna training aircraft. Enver saw no sign of any plane crash. So what really happened there?
In this interview, Enver offers a different perspective from the one Wayne Coste presented on this show a few weeks ago.
The bottom line, Enver says, is that the government narrative can easily be falsified on any number of grounds. And he isn’t sold on Wayne Coste’s argument for a big plane impact on the official trajectory.
Enver Masud is founder and CEO of The Wisdom Fund (est. 1995), and recipient of the 2002 Gold Award from the Human Rights Foundation (South Africa) for his book The War on Islam (FREE). He is also the author of 9/11 Unveiled (FREE), and a contributing author of Islam: Opposing Viewpointsand 9/11 and American Empire: Christians, Jews, and Muslims Speak Out.
Mr. Masud worked as an engineering management consultant for the World Bank, EBRD and USAID in Albania, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Latvia, Pakistan, Russia, Tanzania. He was at the forefront of innovation in the electric power industry, and managed the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Power Grid Study. For his efforts to expose waste in the electricity sector he was the subject of TV, radio, newspaper reports — one by “a father of modern investigative journalism,” Jack Anderson.
2nd half hour: Richie Allen interviews Kevin Barrett on Charlottesville.