What do I know after fifty years of life? I have gotten to know myself a little. I cannot act, I cannot dance and people pay me not to sing. But I am one of those rare people who enjoys giving a speech!
American Airlines Flight 11 attendant Amy Sweeney allegedly made a call to American Airlines Flight Service at Boston Logan Airport. She told a manager for American Airlines that “Flight 12 at Gate 32” had two flight attendants stabbed.
But Gate 32 was the gate that Flight 11 was supposed to have departed from.
American Airline employee Elizabeth Williams told the FBI that she had gone down to Gate 32 after hearing of Sweeney’s comment. And found an empty plane matching the description of Flight 11.
An empty plane. That was supposed to be full of passengers crashing into the World Trade Center.
This is a "smoking gun" that completely destroys the official story of 9/11!
How has the official story succeeded in spite of this fact? Simple. It is because facts do not matter when people get scared.
We became scared of Middle Easterners, Muslims and hijackings after watching the news repeatedly. The theory that nineteen hijackers, all Middle Eastern and all Muslim, would attack us rang a chord because our society prejudices against people from the Middle East and against Muslims.
This prejudice is hardly new. I recall the United States Embassy taken over in Tehran in 1979 by people referred to as Muslim “fundamentalists.” Everyone I knew blamed the Iranians and made fun of their leader, the Ayatollah Khomeini.
Of course, I believed like everyone else. Years later, I can see the Iranian side to the story. Our Central Intelligence Agency participated in a successful plot to overthrow a democratically elected leader in Iran, Mohammad Mossadegh. This coup happened in 1954.
Think about this: For a quarter of a century, the Iranian people had to put up with a leader, the Shah Reza Pahlavi, whom they did not elect! How would we like it if another country imposed a president on us?
During the Shah’s regime, the United States traded weapons for cheap oil and provided intelligence to the Shah’s secret police, the SAVAK. The Shah was no friend to human rights and ordered the jailing and execution of countless people.
Little wonder, then, that when the Ayatollah had a chance to take over the nation that hundreds of thousands of loyal supporters helped him gain power. And when the Ayatollah pointed the finger at the United States for some of their nation’s difficulties that these supporters followed his lead and took over the Embassy.
I can now say that the United States was very much at fault for the hostage taking now. But then I could not. This truth was too much to take. Our whole nation was furious. People who appeared to be Middle Eastern were eyed with suspicion. It felt like war might even break out – not against Iran, for fear we would cause harm to our own people there – but rather against those who did not go along with the official line that Iran was at fault.
So here we are again. The seeds of prejudice, planted long ago, still grow. The target of our hatred has moved from the Ayatollah (who died in 1989) to Manuel Noriega of Panama to Saddam Hussein of Iraq to Osama bin Laden and to anyone else who appears to cause us any trouble or get in the way of something we want.
Other issues persist in our society: shootings in schools, cyberwarfare and weapons buildup. These issues will continue to persist because they go back to the same issue brought to our attention about 9/11: security.
But it is not so much our physical security at risk as it is our feelings of security in society.
We want to feel secure in our environment. It doesn’t matter whether we are at home or in front of the White House: as our need for security increases, our interest in speaking the truth decreases.
I Know a Lot about a Little
I believe my readers will read something I write if they perceive my knowledge on the topic. Fortunately, there are a few topics of which I have gained knowledge, through my own experiences and/or thousands of hours of reading.
For instance, I have studied the JFK assassination seriously since 1982. I had heard of the event before that time, but did not study it closely until I saw a movie called The Man Who Saw Tomorrow, a movie about the alleged prophet Nostradamus. The movie showed a clip of JFK getting shot and it made me want to understand the point of view of those who say his head moved backwards by a shot from behind.
That is thirty-six years of books, movies, speeches, symposiums and anything else I could find. I could write about this murder, and the murder of his brother, Robert, which I have studied for approximately the same amount of time. But having offered my thoughts in Dead Men Talking, my second book, I chose not to go beyond making it clear that the alleged assassins did not commit the respective crimes.
Then there is 9/11. After believing the official theory for four years, I picked up a copy of The New Pearl Harbor, a book by David Ray Griffin, I became intrigued that a respected professor of philosophy would suggest that the events of that day were not what the public had been told.
So I read and read and read. And watched videos. And heard what others had to say. Over the next five years I focused upon the planes allegedly used and the passengers who allegedly flew in the event. I started to formulate conclusions and eventually locked myself in an office for a weekend and wrote many of them out. They formed part of the basis for Dead Men Talking, which came out in 2009.
I started to receive invitations to speak on podcasts, namely from Jim Fetzer, and discussed my thoughts. I discovered new information about the flights and came up with the best phrase I have ever come up with, Planes without Passengers, which became my third book in 2011. The second edition of this book became my best selling book the following year.
In subsequent books on the topic, I have determined that some "evidence," like the Social Security Data Index, have little value in assessing whether specific people actually died that day; the helpfulness of asking and answering a series of questions to form the context of an opinion; and the interest in reading the ideas of what people who allege friendships with the so-called passengers. I have steered clear of what exactly brought the towers down as I do not have much of a scientific background.
I have also tried my hand at writing an auto-biography of my earlier years, A Fan's Folklore, using professional sports players and games as metaphors of what I learned growing up. My discontent with the Christian religion, backed by my deep reading of the Bible and pro- and anti-Christian works, led me to write a novel about Judgment Day called St. Peter's Choice.
I love to write because I work without supervision. My bosses, if any, are my audience. My aim now is to find a topic that satisfies me and those who read my works.
I need expertise on the subject - and I have it with the Kennedy assassinations, 9/11 and critique of Christianity. Does anyone see a winning book thesis here?
"I particularly liked the way Dean points out what story elements the plotters needed to control the public’s minds. How the Cass Sunstein and Phillip Zelikow types master- crafted this 9-11 Myth is made clear.". - Jeannon Krajl
"Dean has added yet another piece to the 9/11 puzzle." - David R. Wayne
"Mythology 911 attempts to answer all these questions and many more. He [Hartwell] names gatekeepers and asks some interesting questions along the way." - Chuck Ochelli
Mythology 9/11 comes in three versions:
Kindle (short version)
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September 11 will be here soon. i have spent the last thirteen years researching the event known as 9/11. I have read the Official 9/11 Report, just as I have read the Warren Report. These reports foster myths like “19 hijackers” and the “single bullet theory” to steer us from asking questions whose answers would change the way we view the institutions that keep our society together. The choice we face between accepting mythology by sweeping unpleasant truths under the rug and risking censure by speaking up isn’t an easy one. With that in mind, I bid you all peace Tuesday and every other day.
Their Purpose is But to Deceive
Just when I need bad a big fix of 9-11 truth, here comes the I V Push dose of Dean Hartwell’s 9-11 planes and passengers facts - Mythology 9/11 Dead Men Do Tell Tales.
I got the quick and easy tiny paperback and I do mean quick and easy – 159 pages in huge print delivering the straight skinny for this 9-11-truth junkie. Get and keep a hard copy of this beauty as the electronic version will soon go down the Orwellian memory hole.
Hartwell again gives us a close discerning look at what transpired on 9-11-01 with the planes and the passengers and airline and airport pilots and employees, as well as the official stories we were told about all of this by our government officials and elected representatives as well as the media talking heads.
I’m an oldie on the 9-11 truth seeking scene and from the very beginning talking about the planes and passengers was verboten. Such talk was suppressed in many different crafty ways. That is when and how the desired split among the truth seekers first started. I believe this suppression was due to the fact that this area of 9-11 inquiry is most closely related to WHO DID IT – the perpetrators of this evil deed.
I particularly liked the way Dean points out what story elements the plotters needed to control the public’s minds. How the Cass Sunstein and Phillip Zelikow types master- crafted this 9-11 Myth is made clear.
As my addiction continues and I keep reading all about 9-11 and keep sifting through the different theories, this little objective and analytical exposé of just the facts lights up The Big Lie and brings me closer to truth.
Thanks again, Dean Hartwell.
An expanded edition of Mythology 9/11 on Kindle is out!
After presenting the "whats" and "hows" of the events of 9/11 in a storytelling form, Dean T. Hartwell gets down to business and concludes this updated book by telling the reader why events like 9/11 keep happening! The truth will shock! This book is a #1 Bestseller on Amazon! You may order it now here!
Ochelli says: "Dean has been on the show before and is the author of 11 books. After nearly 3 years away from these sorts of talks, Dean Hartwell is back around again.
Who wrote the script? Who are the actors involved? What was the purpose? Who is ultimately responsible? What happened to the planes?"
Listen to the interview here!
Why Did I Write This Book?
Why am I writing another book about 9/11?
I went into “hibernation” three years ago after my last book. I was tired of writing about this subject and needed to rest my way out of writer’s block.
I kept waiting for something new to get my attention. Eventually I realized that what I needed to write about was right in front of me.
Someone asked me what I thought about 9/11. I don’t think they were familiar with my writings. I wanted to brush it off, but a whole group of people were watching, listening closely.
So, I went into my thesis: no planes struck any buildings, there were no hijackings, no passengers. As I started to go into detail about my belief of an empty plane (purportedly Flight 11), I saw a bunch of blank stares from over half the audience.
The debate over 9/11 facts is over.
Most people have signed off on the official theory for reasons other than belief in its truth. Why would anyone do that?
I realized that it was for the same reasons most people don’t speak up against widely held beliefs: the fear of alienation is strong. The truth about our own insecurities and failings is too much to take.
We are stuck with myths like Osama bin Laden the enemy until we are willing to be honest with ourselves. In the case of issues like 9/11, this means that collective prejudices about minority groups like Muslims and Middle Easterners must be addressed before we fall for the same kinds of myths again.
Yes, 9/11 is really OUR fault. Can you handle that?
If you can, read Mythology 9/11: Dead Men Do Tell Tales.
Dean T. Hartwell
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Hartwell gets through the whats and hows of 9/11 and makes it to the why in this fantastic book!
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