Daniel Estulin has resurrected his blog
and, among other things, has started posting some parts of a video containing an interview made to a former "nuclear intelligence officer" of the Soviet military where the latter explains how the WTC towers were demolished through the use of nuclear devices
This is an absolute must-see!http://www.3truth911.com/911_WTC_nuclear_demolition_Dimitri_Khalezov_part01.mp4
(Just keep changing the numbers in the url field from "part01" to "part02", etc, until "part26".)
The interview seems to be incomplete, since that at the end of "part26
", the interviewer talks about further statements about to be made by the interviewed, but I can't find any more parts of this video.
Estulin has only published "part07
" and 08
in his blog so far, and has posted in his Facebook page
a week ago a warning
that the Thai and American governments were on the brink of shutting down the server were some "videos about secrets of September 11"
he was downloading were being hosted, so I don't know if the missing part(?) is one of those videos or not. We'll wait and see.
In the meantime, for those of you in a hurry, the core of the "nuclear demolition" explanation is from "part07
" to "part16".
Like the former officer claims in "part22
", his statements about no planes being used to attack the WTC, are just his personal opinion, and not a fact that he knows for sure, like the case of the "nuclear demolition" of the WTC.
Personally, I'm still not sure what to think about the planes, and the author (a former dedicated government officer, who surely would have a hard time believing that a government would be capable of killing it's own citizens) doesn't explain how and why would then the US government, in such a short notice, be able to fabricate the images that were presented to the whole world, a few minutes after the attacks... But all I will say about the "nuclear demolition" explanation is that everything adds up!
Watch the video and make your own judgment.
Also, perhaps a good idea is to save it, since the associated web site that is referenced at the end of each part (the functioning one is the one that ends with ".cn"
) also talks about the possibility of this type of videos being pulled off the Internet at any time.