Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Barrett on the O'Reilly Factor

Kevin Barrett, the controversial part-time lecturer from the University of Wisconsin, fresh off of throwing Bill O'Reilly in the Boston Harbor, will be on his show tonight at 8 PM EST. I am expecting more heat than light, but at least it should be entertaining.

In the notice on his website, I actually found this part describing their Boston Tea Party event the most amusing:

Barbara Honneger, Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School, was there, exposing "the clocks that broke the lie" -- the clocks in the Pentagon that stopped when the first cordite bombs went off, more than five minutes before any airborne object impacted the building. (Honneger is also a premiere researcher of the notorious live-fly hijacked-planes-into-buildings military exercise, and the many other related exercises, that were simultaneously occurring on the morning of 9/11, one of which apparently "went live" under the command of Dick Cheney.)

Cordite bombs? Cordite is a propellant used in artillery. What, did the Pentagon suffer a broadside from the Pirates of the Carribean?

13 Comments:

At 19 December, 2006 10:26, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Cordite is legally classified as an explosive but it is normally used as a propellant for guns and rockets.

 
At 19 December, 2006 10:28, Anonymous Anonymous said...

SD,

Word.

 
At 19 December, 2006 10:32, Blogger R.Lange said...

Wait, so... the Pentagon was blown up 5 minutes before it was blown up?

 
At 19 December, 2006 11:01, Blogger James B. said...

Yes, notice the word "legally". You could technically make a bomb out of it, by why would the government which has access to remote controlled drones, cruise missiles, hologram projectors, and Star Wars death beams need to make bombs out of kegs of gunpowder?

Once again, Occam's Razor is meaningless to conspiracy theorists. The conspiracy must be made as complicated as possible for no reason.

 
At 19 December, 2006 11:21, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Once again, Occam's Razor is meaningless to conspiracy theorists. The conspiracy must be made as complicated as possible for no reason.

Sounds to me James you just made it as complicated as can be.

To be honest I had heard stories about explosions and such, but I didnt' realize there was an eyewitness who placed a time on the attack. Man not only did the terrorists thwart airport security, NORAD, FAA, Army Intel, Israeli Mossad, CIA, and the FBI, but Pentagon security as well. I think we need to send our intel agents to those caves in Afghanistan for training.

 
At 19 December, 2006 11:24, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

The Navy posted the stopped heliport clock on
an official website and another of the
stopped clocks is in the 9/11 display at the Smithsonian Institution.2
These are just some of the west section
Pentagon clocks that stopped between 9:31 and 9:32-1/2 on September 1


I guess I didn't know this either. Is there a debunking site for the above?

 
At 19 December, 2006 13:15, Blogger Alex said...

Actually, I'm pretty sure it's the Barbary Pirates making a comeback. Ever since Jefferson kicked their asses, they've been waiting for their chance. Turns out they finally got satellite TV on 9/10, took one look at CNN, and decided America was ripe for the picking...

 
At 19 December, 2006 15:58, Blogger shawn said...

Man not only did the terrorists thwart airport security, NORAD, FAA, Army Intel, Israeli Mossad, CIA, and the FBI, but Pentagon security as well.

Yes, because flying an American plane into a building requires you to bypass all those groups.

Why didn't those security guards shoot that plane down with their pistols? WHY?!

You people are so dumb it gives me a headache.

 
At 19 December, 2006 16:31, Blogger CHF said...

Pentagon security?

Oh right - apparently Swing thinks the plane should have been shot down by those missile batteries that weren't there.

 
At 19 December, 2006 21:24, Blogger The Reverend Schmitt., FCD. said...

cordite bombs

The...Hell

Yeah I'm sure what caused all the damage were bombs which went off five minutes before the Boeing hit the Pentagon. Because damn that's thinking. Thinking with the brain. Thinking with the brain in the head.

I'd have thought this kind of obviously irrelevent detail where a minor sort-of discrepency which couldn't physically be due to any kind of nefarious plot would be exactly the kind of thing which would force antiscientists to re-evaluate the way they look at evidence but apparently no, we're entering the rabbit hole of crazythought.

 
At 20 December, 2006 05:45, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Multiple standard-issue, battery-operated wall clocks on the walls of the
area of the Pentagon attacked
on 9/11-including one in the heliport just outside the west face-were
stopped between 9:31 and 9:32-1/2 by a
violent event, almost certainly a bomb or bombs inside the building and/or
in a truck or construction trailer parked
right outside the west face. The first Associated Press report, in fact,
stated that the Pentagon had been damaged
by a "booby trapped truck." The Navy posted the stopped heliport clock on
an official website and another of the
stopped clocks is in the 9/11 display at the Smithsonian Institution.2
These are just some of the west section
Pentagon clocks that stopped between 9:31 and 9:32-1/2 on September 11.
April Gallop, an Army employee with a Top Secret clearance, was at her
desk in the Army administrative
offices in the west section of the Pentagon on 9/11, the area of the
building most heavily destroyed, when what
she said sounded and felt "like a bomb" went off. "Being in the Army with
the training I had, I know what a
bomb sounds and acts like, especially the aftermath, and it sounded and
acted like a bomb.


They said it, I didn't ;) Now go debunk those clocks oh and don't forget to debunk the trained soldier as well.

 
At 20 December, 2006 12:01, Blogger Alex said...

Do you even understand the meaning of the word "debunk"? It certainly doesn't seem like it. You use it incorrectly on a regular basis.

 
At 20 December, 2006 23:44, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

He knows "what a bomb sounds like"? Could it sound like a hand grenade, a claymore mine, an AT4 rocket, or...a LARGE PLANE HITTING A BUILDING AT A HIGH SPEED?

 

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