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From: Ron O'Neal
To: sandman
Date: 2007-03-31 19:25:08

From: "Ron O'Neal" <roneal{at}>

"sandman" <sandman{at}> wrote in message
> The comments in italics are from a physicist who is inside the 911 truth
> movement.
> Subject: The Z-Factor
> The following two articles address a very serious, but unfortunately also
> very 'sensitive', subject that's generally considered taboo in our
> It's one I've researched it in depth over the years, and it continues to
> bother me no end: Zionist involvement in the 9/11 attacks. These could be
> two of the most powerful pieces I've ever posted...
> [NB: Should you decide to forward these articles, please ensure you delete
> my personal information before doing so. Thank you.]
> Outside Job, Inside Help
> By Karen Balzac
> On the morning of 9/11, the New York Times reported that five
> "Middle-Eastern-looking" men were seen across the river from New York
> in suburban New Jersey, dancing and celebrating as they videotaped the
> burning towers.


The ONLY source that I could Google out of this tripe was Ziopedia, an
anti-Semitic web site.  Listed on the site were titles such as:

My Jewish Problem
Why I don't believe in the Holocaust In the olden days, an anti-Semite was
someone who hated Jews; these days it' s someone the Jews hate
There is no such thing as a 'good Jew' Most people don't have much of a
clue what anti-Semitism actually is, but they 'know' how to spot it
The Ethics of Anti-Anti-Semitism
The last taboo
Anti-Semitism is a good thing

There was no link to the New York Times, and the "author" Karen
Balzac could not be found from Google.  I have no problem accepting that
YOU believe this baloney, but it's an insult to expect any readers to buy
into it.

Try selling us the Big Foot legend.  It's easier.


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