Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Moron Hani Hanjour

To listen to the Deniers, you'd think that Hani Hanjour was the worst pilot of all time. But while re-reading the 9-11 Commission Report again the other day, this paragraph jumped out at me:



Rented small planes and took a trip to Gaithersburg, MD? But I thought "he could not fly at all"?

32 Comments:

At 19 September, 2006 15:50, Blogger Chad said...

You forget Pat, that citing the Commission Report in order to counter CT arguments is pointless.

Every word of that report is dipped in lies and rolled in shit as far as they're concerned.

... Unless of course they find something in there that proves a point they have. That part's true then.

But the rest is shite.

 
At 19 September, 2006 15:54, Blogger shawn said...

Hmmm I guess the 9/11 Omission report forgot to omit something.

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:19, Blogger 911coverup said...

Does it say anything about the Phoenix Memo in there?

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:23, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Maybe you should look.

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:23, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Does it say anything about area 51 in there?

give it up.

TAM

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:36, Blogger roger_sq said...

We to this day don't know why NORAD [the North American Aerospace Command] told us what they told us," said Thomas H. Kean, the former New Jersey Republican governor who led the commission. It was just so far from the truth. . . ."

far from truth= lies. Norad lied...but everyone else told the truth?

If Kean knew Norad lied, why'd he leave their testimony in the official report? Hmmmmm?

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:44, Blogger roger_sq said...

Does it say anything about the Phoenix Memo in there?

There was no Phoenix memo. All part of CT'ers crazy imaginations. Also they did NOT let Hani Hanjours roomate, an islamic fundamentalist from Saudi Arabia who was also taking flight lessons while preaching jihad at US Mosqiues, go free after a couple hours of questioning in the wake of 9/11.

All lies...

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:52, Blogger Dog Town said...

Written by shills! In 3..2..1./nessie

 
At 19 September, 2006 17:57, Blogger Alex said...

What the hell does the Phoenix memo have to do with any of this?

Why do twoofers always bring up totally unrelated topics to try and prove impossible concepts?

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:13, Blogger 911coverup said...

Roger. I already knew it wasn't there. Just testing the 'debunkers' if they knew anything about the Phoenix Memo. Thanks, tho. I do wonder how did he ever obtain a flying permit after failing several flight lessons. I agree, the commission report is a fairy tale that's almost equilivent to tom clancy's novels. Anyone who says it is all true is beyond me.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:16, Blogger shawn said...

Just testing the 'debunkers' if they knew anything about the Phoenix Memo.

Oh no! Scare quotes! All my beliefs are being destroyed by people much smarter than me, let me put quotes around debunker!!!! That'll show them!!!11111ONEoneone.

Phoenix Memo =/= any evidence for you.

I do wonder how did he ever obtain a flying permit after failing several flight lessons.

I failed my first driving test. I have a license.

Wow, how does it feel getting destroyed every time you come over here?

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:19, Blogger 911coverup said...

I don't know what "=/=" means.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:19, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Roger. I already knew it wasn't there. Just testing the 'debunkers' if they knew anything about the Phoenix Memo. Thanks, tho. I do wonder how did he ever obtain a flying permit after failing several flight lessons. I agree, the commission report is a fairy tale that's almost equilivent to tom clancy's novels. Anyone who says it is all true is beyond me.

At least you dont know a problem believing your good buddy Osama.

I mean geez he is such a swell guy.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:23, Blogger shawn said...

I don't know what "=/=" means.

How surprising. Does not equal.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:24, Blogger telescopemerc said...

Thanks, tho. I do wonder how did he ever obtain a flying permit after failing several flight lessons.

When people fail, they take the class again. realy simple, yes?

Except in your case, where apparently you accused the Principle of being Zionist Illuminati when you failed basic logic 101.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:34, Blogger 911coverup said...

Oh I get it now. Thanks, shawn. Ever thought about ritalian?

Tele, do you have any idea why hanjour was taken into custody for questioning, yet was let go? Probably not.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:36, Blogger shawn said...

Ever thought about ritalian?

I wasn't aware mocking idiots was a sign of ADHD.

 
At 19 September, 2006 18:57, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

Tele, do you have any idea why hanjour was taken into custody for questioning, yet was let go? Probably not.

So do you have a link tot he story that says he was arrested?

What is your point?

Maybe they let him go because they had nothing on him?

What is your point?

 
At 19 September, 2006 19:01, Blogger shawn said...

Maybe they let him go because they had nothing on him?

Whoa, they let people go when they don't have evidence against them?

That's news to the inside jobbers methinks.

 
At 19 September, 2006 19:24, Blogger Alex said...

Maybe they let him go because they had nothing on him?

What is your point?


He has no point. Any argument he could make using that little factoid wouldn't match up in the least with the rest of his conspiracy junk. Watch:

Scenario 1:
Feds arrested Hanji then let him go so that he could take part in the 9/11 attacks
Problem:
If the hijackers were real, all the nonsense about CD's and missiles becomes irrelevant.

Scenario 2:
The feds arrested Hanji then let him go so that they could later blame him for the 9/11 attacks which, ofcourse, they pulled off themselves.
Problem:
Why arrest your scapegoat before you commit the crime? It only draws more suspicion, and has no logical reason behind it.

No matter how he tries to play it, it just doesn't make any sense. So he just yells "Phoenix Memo!!!" and then runs away into the shadows.

 
At 19 September, 2006 19:27, Blogger default.xbe said...

far from truth= lies. Norad lied...but everyone else told the truth?

maybe kean is lying about norad lying :P

 
At 19 September, 2006 19:51, Blogger roger_sq said...

maybe kean is lying about norad lying :P

Of course Kean is lying. I figured that went without saying. If he told the truth, this conversation would be over. Limited hangout obfuscated by half truths and lies.

No comments about Hani's terrorist roomate getting off scot free, shocking.

 
At 20 September, 2006 00:38, Blogger Alex said...

Of course Kean is lying. I figured that went without saying. If he told the truth, this conversation would be over.

Eh? So you think NORAD didn't lie? Ok...

No comments about Hani's terrorist roomate getting off scot free, shocking.

I got no comment about your terrorist roommate getting off scott free either. Ofcourse, that'd probabl be because I have just as much evidence against your roommate as you do against Hani's.

 
At 20 September, 2006 00:45, Blogger nesNYC said...

But while re-reading the 9-11 Commission Report

You can stop right there. It is a well established fact that the 911 commission 'report' is a lie.

 
At 20 September, 2006 01:44, Blogger Alex said...

It's a well established fact that you're a victim of shaken baby syndrome.

 
At 20 September, 2006 04:25, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

If you mention the 911 Commission Report most CTs will post a picture of Paul Wolfowitz holding the book and smiling(despite the fact that he had nothing to do with the investigation).

Hell, they'd post that picture even when I WASN'T even mentioning the Commission Report.

 
At 20 September, 2006 12:42, Blogger Billythekid said...

Hanjour showed a federal pilot's license and a log book cataloging 600 hours of flying experience. 600 hours! That's a lot, in particular for amateur VFR flyers like myself, with 10 to 15 hours of flying experience a year on avarage. So what explains his bad flying? Could be an aircraft he's not familiar with, combined with the fact that he hadn't flown for a while. I recently switched airplanes, and I needed at least three lessons to get it right.

 
At 20 September, 2006 13:35, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

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At 20 September, 2006 13:36, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

Well lets look at the logic of the CTers. If a document has a few mistakes in it, than the whole document is a big lie.

In that case, EVERY SINGLE PIECE OF PSEUDO-EVIDENCE YOU GODAMN IDIOTS BRING IN HERE IS A LIE!!!

TAM

 
At 20 September, 2006 17:41, Blogger jackhanyes said...

I don't know what "=/=" means.

How surprising. Does not equal.


I think the point he was making is that it is standard to use != to mean does not equal.

 
At 20 September, 2006 17:57, Blogger Alex said...

I think the point he was making is that it is standard to use != to mean does not equal.

For computer programming, sure. In math it's an equals sign with a slash through it. And the closest aproximation to that is =/=. Anyone who's done highschool math should reckognize it, whereas != would only be familiar to people who have done programming.

 
At 23 September, 2006 21:54, Blogger 911 Mysteries said...

so if you were to fly a plane into something would you attack it head on (from the top, which is easy to hit) or engage in a complicated maneuver to hit it from the opposite side?

 

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