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Friday, 26 February 2016

9/11 Truth Predictive Programming - James Woods on Letterman, Seth Macfarlane Inside Job


Seth Macfarlane and James Woods are good friends, and both have a different hard to believe 9/11 Story. In an episode of Family Guy, created by Macfarlane (who claims he was suppose to be on flight 11) Peter impersonates James Woods as he goes on the David Letterman show and talks about 9/11. This is more than slightly strange, considering James Woods went on the David Letterman show and "coincidentally" in the introduction sequence they say "From New York, sit back and watch the mayhem" after zooming in on the WTC as if from the vantage of an airplane about to crash into the complex, then before introducing Woods, they show "Vibra Vision" combined with what appears to be debris being shot out and raining down.

Woods' story is beyond unbelievable claiming he allerted the pilots and flight staff that "they were obviously terrorists" (Who gets to talk to the pilots of an airplane again?) but not saying what it was about them ("the terrorists") that made him suspicious besides them "not having carry on luggage" (was he really watching these men that closely?) He claims his being an actor is what makes him a keen observer of human nature in his bizarre unbelievable story.

Seth Macfarlane uses his Family Guy platform as a way to demonize Muslims, solidify the official 9/11 narrative, and constantly reference his 9/11 buddy James Woods, in what appears to be nothing more than a thinly veiled allusion to both men's involvement in the 9/11 psy-op.

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