Order of Battle

Order of Battle

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This video is perhaps the most convincing testimony brought forth as to the evidence for government and elite involvement in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001

Major General Albert Stubblebine gives a candid and sincere testimony of the truth—or rather, the lies—of the 9/11 event. This top-level military veteran speaks from his heart and intellect as he shares his own personal story of how he came to discover the real story of 9/11.

With a trained and experienced military background as well as a gifted ability to decipher information by visual acuity, Retired Major General Stubblebine explains how he gradually connected the dots of the big picture with honest and analytical intellectual reasoning of the evidence.

This powerful statement comes from a military man obviously greatly respected for his abilities as evidenced by his performance in the Korean war. Being told to report to the CINC (Commander-in-Chief of Forces) one week after arrival, Stubblebine was commissioned to design the entire North Korean order of battle.

SR-71 ReconBy viewing aerial photography taken by the SR-71 Blackbird, a high-altitude, supersonic reconnaissance jet aircraft, Stubblebine’s adept visual acuity in map/photo interpretation presented a clear perspective for the order of battle used by the US military in Korea.

There are numerous video and audio testimonies given on 9/11 conspiracy and secret agenda, but Major General Stubblebine’s message will only be rejected by those who have no love for the truth or are of the enemy that perpetrated these attack.

By Keith Kampschaefer

High Ranking US Major General Exposes September 11

via High Ranking US Major General Exposes September 11 – YouTube.

9/11 Event (Denials and vague and shallow answers.)

“We only had 999 pieces of the entire 1000 piece puzzle so….” (Satire)

a. It was not a complete picture
b. A key piece of the puzzle could have pointed to this.
c. The puzzle did not point to this exact scenario
d. We could not have predicted this with a significant piece of the puzzle missing.
e. If we had just one piece that made the entire picture make sense, it would have helped.
f. It is obvious that a significant piece of the puzzle was missing that would have given us this entire picture.
g. Perhaps there could have been a piece of the puzzle that clarified the entire picture.
h. Someone has the puzzle piece that will give us this entire picture.

But the real answer is, “We could not have seen this coming or prevent it from happening because we were required to be in a bunker and since we decided to do this, to prevent it from happening was not an option. So I’m truthful in saying, “We could not have seen this or prevent it!” (Satire)

Order of Battle WTC SR71

2 Comments on “Order of Battle”

April 17, 2013

Reblogged this on cskues and commented:
Keep in mind as he speaks, he was the worldwide commander of US military intelligence. He is among the most understanding and talented in the field of Military Intelligence.
April 18, 2013

“…as he speaks,”

Definitely! As the Comanche chief said to the outlaw, Josey Wales, “There is iron in your words!”

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