In his book, Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, Sen. Al Franken admits to having been warned not to go to work at the World Trade Center on 9-11. Why have the government and “free press” in the United States not investigated this report?
Senator Al Franken admits in his book, Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them (2003), that he received a call from the former mayor of New York, Ed Koch, warning him not to go to his office in the World Trade Center on 9-11, using the Hebrew calendar as a reference for the date, which was September 11, 2001.
Franken refers to this warning call as the “Jew call.”
“Al”, he told me, “don’t go to work on the twenty-third day of Elul.”
Al Franken may have been a comedian who went to Washington, but this is not funny. Being forewarned about 9-11 is a criminal matter.
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It is said that no Jews died in the 9/11 attacks. Is it true? I have no evidence to support this, nor have I seen proof to the contrary, but here is one clear case where the warning was issued, and issued in a very Jewish manner. We also know that neither Larry Silverstein nor any of his family went to work in the WTC that day. Coincidence, of course.
And there’s apparently never been an investigation of Franken’s claim.
Interestingly, whilst I was doing a little background on this, I found the following:
On April 26 of 2001 the Board of Commissioners for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey awarded Silverstein Properties and mall-owner Westfield America a 99-year-lease on the following assets: The Twin Towers, World Trade Center Buildings 4 and 5, two 9-story office buildings, and 400,000 square feet of retail space.
The partners’ winning bid was $3.2 billion for holdings estimated to be worth more than $8 billion. JP Morgan Chase, a prestigious investment-bank that’s the flagship firm of its kind for Rockefeller family interests, advised the Port Authority, another body long influenced by banker and builder David Rockefeller, his age then 85, in the negotiations.
The lead partner and spokesperson for the winning bidders, Larry Silverstein, age 70, already controlled more than 8 million square feet of New York City real estate. WTC 7 and the nearby Equitable Building were prime among these prior holdings. Larry Silverstein also owned Runway 69, a nightclub in Queens that was alleged 9 years ago to be laundering money made through sales of Laotian heroin. 4
In December 2003, the Port Authority agreed to return all of the $125 million in equity that the consortium headed by Silverstein originally invested to buy the lease on the World Trade Center. The Port Authority rejected a request by the Wall Street Journal to review the transaction. 5 A press report from November 2003 about the same transaction noted that it would allow Silverstein to retain development rights. 6
The lease deal didn’t close until July 24th, just 6 weeks before the attack. 7
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Quite a deal, even without the huge insurance payout, and has the smell of an insider’s handshake. As you may know, the Rockefellers had the WTC buildings built, sweeping away all that was there amid much acrimony.
We always hear about Larry Silverstein, but I had not seen before that Frank Lowy’s Westfield was a signatory to the underlying lease agreement, though I knew Westfield had control of the retail space.