Radio Show on Destruction of 9/11 Steel
December 20, 2010
The December 18 radio show about the destruction of the steel evidence of 9/11 can be heard by clicking on:
or through this link to the archived show:
I was on Kevin Barrett’s radio show on Saturday, December 18. Kevin invited me to discuss my latest 9/11 research which exposes the Zionist criminal network behind the destruction of the steel from the World Trade Center. Some of the key people involved in this crucial aspect of the false-flag terror operation are discussed in my article entitled “WikiLeaks and the 9/11 Crime Gang”.
There were about 300,000 tons of construction steel that remained in the rubble of the World Trade Center. An international network was in place to remove this crucial evidence and send it to steel mills in Asia where it was destroyed – far from the eyes of engineers and investigators.
The destruction of the steel was an essential part of the false-flag terror atrocity and was planned long in advance. Identifying the criminal network involved in the destruction of the evidence reveals the architect-level people behind 9/11. This is the subject of the final and conclusive chapter of my book, Solving 9/11 – The Deception that Changed the World. This chapter should be ready in the beginning of 2011.
Barrett’s show airs every Saturday on American Freedom Radio network. The one-hour show is archived and can be listened on my website by clicking here or from the show archive at:
After the show, I received the following comment:
Dear Mr. Bollyn,
Thank you for your excellent work and research on 9/11. It’s hard to imagine such evil snakes remain at large and unpunished for these crimes. My nephew, (name withheld), worked in the south tower, and was murdered that day. No amount of money would give me the satisfaction of beheading these criminals with an axe!
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