Before we get to the necessity of electronic jamming, let's look at what New York actually is rather than what New Yorkers, and those enamored with New York, sometimes think it is.
1. Control of the populace is no doubt priority number one if you are going to create a gajillion bytes of fake video footage that could be contradicted by any single real
photograph. So you can throw your idea that New York wasn't on total government surveillance mode into the waste basket. Don't buy the act that "jets were 'rushed' to the scene, two hours too late, because the gov was slow on the upkeep." lol
2. The fact is it was early hours.
3. The towers were not that popular a place to work. In fact, we've shown there is some evidence the towers were partially or completely
4. Many corporations were involved in the cover up and the benefits of 9/11.
5. New York smells bad and seems to smell worse every year I visit. So much for "burning corpse" smell. You could probably set a given bag of trash on fire in SoHo and it's not going to smell pleasant. People reported "burning corpse" smell during invasions by Martians as well. Senses like that were recorded in "interviews" with extreme bias and prejudice of the news media conspirators.
6. New York is full of people with no attention span
. And they're proud of it. Hurry up and gimme your sammich order and get outta heyuh, you're holding up da line. What are you a tourist?!
New York, even to lifetime New Yorkers, generally looks confusing/constantly stimulating and there is so much going on, many thought this little "bump" in their day - "the first explosion" - was a movie. I wouldn't be surprised if that rumor was passed on the street deliberately - served its purpose - and was later incorporated into the scripts (as it was in the horrendous Naudet barfer 9|11
) to be presented as "the dumb yokel opinion that it looked like a movie." How many people would stand there agape after rumors passed around that it was just a movie? Not until the "second plane", when fewer people were paying attention than if agents yelled on the streets "it's a terrorist attack!" right away. Since there aren't even official reports of this, we can presume they did everything they could to downplay "the first explosion" (if there was one) in real life, but present their fake video fiction as if everyone were just hypnotized by "the first explosion" that "shook windows" and "rocked New York"
(but apparently didn't make much of a noise except, according to some fake videos, a "poof" and a shattered pile of plates).
7. How many people had a good view? Really? The FAKE video footage has us believe everyone stopped in their tracks and sensed immediate danger. (Danger from a fire on top of a skyscraper? Get real!) Reality in New York seems to be: you hear a giant crash behind you, you move on. A crate of oranges might roll over you if you don't hustle. Am I wrong in identifying New Yorkers as especially numb in this way?
although why exactly the NYPD would dispatch police officers to confiscate people's film rolls on that busy day remains, shall we say, an unsolved mystery...
My gut tells me this isn't that much of a mystery. They ostensibly tell the officers, "maybe photographs from that day will help us catch the terrorists!" Officers, whether seeing or missing the knowing wink of their superior, obey. There was a lot of betrayed trust on 9/11, was there not?
9. How many people owned cameras felt like wasting it on something the news is expected to cover for us
? It wasn't as often that we saw so many news reports done with amateur footage, like we do in our "Potential Terrorist Citizen" and "Potential Hero Citizen" world of today. With its black-hat, white-hat thinking, the media has molded itself into a sinister portrayal of all humanity that didn't exist as it did in 2000. If you actually cared to take a picture of something like a distant smoking tower, then later learned it was "The Big 9/11", would you hide your footage or tell everyone you know? How many people would it take to hear about your photo before someone is knocking on your door about it? Or a friend wants to "borrow" the photos to tell "someone important" about it.
10. It is not dense like Mexico city. Beijing. Chinese frequently comment on "how empty" New York is for being such a popular city. They would know, of course!
11. Was jamming even needed? The rare photos that were actually taken - let's be generous and say there were 100 thousand people with accessible views in SoHo and one in a hundred (even more generous!) took a picture of something that ostensibly happened. I doubt anyone took reel after reel, one after the other, as if they pre-emptively "knew" 9/11 was to be the greatest redistribution of power from the poor and middle class to the rich from a simple skyscraper "accident". So the police had to collect just 1,000 rolls of film. If we're being very generous about our estimates. Are we saying that's impossible for the USA government? The FBI that - to the eyes of most Americans - murdered JFK and MLK, Jr. in plain sight? The government that we know tricked over 30% of the TV-watching public of the peace-loving government-mistrusting late 60's into thinking we put men on the moon - and through television eventually convinced almost the entire other 70%? Impossible to trick an American populace so naive as to think Abraham Lincoln or Thomas Jefferson was the first president? A public that doesn't know the geography, culture - or much of anything
- of their own history - and is quite deliberately kept in the lightless dungeon of consumerist insanity? What if it was only 10,000 people? 100 reels? What if it was just 1,000 people? 10 reels? Even the 100 or so amateur videos, when you really look at them, and think about it, beggar belief that they could all exist if this event were real. To me, it's easy to imagine a handful of people actually
trying to take a picture while the rest, motivated by fear, are in survival mode and have no interest in impairing their vision through a viewfinder.
12. Peer pressure. Yell anyone with a real story into submission. The crowds, also motivated by peer pressure, will do the rest.
Introduce a little jammer to this equation and it would seem they really covered their bases. You could probably do it without jamming anything, but to believe they wouldn't try
is about as naive as the citizens of the USA are.