Q: Why would the plotters decide to allow the passengers to live?
A: There may be more to this plot that has not been discovered yet. There are also many places to put people who have been presumed to have died in this manner, such as underground bunkers alleged to exist. The plotters may need them again.
Q: Why does it matter what struck the buildings?
A: If we can determine that planes other than Flights 11 and 175 hit the World Trade Center, we can easily rule out the official theory. We can also begin to identify those who had the capacity to send other aircraft. We can start to get the truth as to how passengers were used as well. It provides a necessary shift in perspective away from old thinking.
Q: Why does it matter if Flights 11 and 77 were not scheduled?
A: Common sense tells us it would be difficult for passengers to learn about a plane that has not been scheduled to fly. It should get our suspicion that anyone on the plane is probably a part of the plot. And it also implicates American Airlines as part of the plot because someone in the company had to have arranged the plane.
Q: Wouldn’t this plot involve too many people keeping secrets? Wouldn’t someone tell?
A: The first question is impossible to answer. If secrets have been kept by several people, we would not, by definition, know. But we do know that secrets have been kept for long periods of time, such as the fact that the United States started the fighting against North Viet Nam at the Gulf of Tonkin in 1964.