Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Well, *I* think it's a bit strange...

It's a central tenet of 9/11 Conspiranaut Mythology that all of the debris from the WTC site was whisked off with suspicious haste and scrapped in China before any independent investigators could subject it to forensic examination

Well, except the five tonnes of the stuff someone has dumped in a quiet part Christchurch...




next to the unfortunately named Kilmore Street Bridge of all places



The pile of sacred scrap is positioned in a shady corner which is a bugger to photograph in the contrasty Kiwi light but it looks something like this...



Erected barely a year after 9/11, in a location with biff all connection with New York and its firefighters as far as I can tell, there's very possibly an interesting back story to this sculpture but I haven't the faintest idea what it is...

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14 comments:

The Underdoug said...

Welcome back to your own blog. 'Twasn't the same without you.

I'm sure that those were 'choice' pieces of girders.

Hope all is better there than in blighty.

Stef said...

not quite back yet

just visiting

but thx anyway

better in NZ?

yes, in some ways - the lower population density helps

though that didn't stop large swathes of the population becoming globalist debt bitches who thought they could get rich off of flipping houses between each other

Sadly, there are no fantasy islands people can flee to and escape from what’s going down, oh no…

paul said...

Was it only fire fighters murdered that day?
And of course the after effects of all those brave people who were persuaded to return to the scene.
Will there be a nice sculpture of a chronic illness ward appearing in christchurch soon?

Anonymous said...

http://911research.wtc7.net/cache/wtc/groundzero/timesonline_warshipoftowers.html

From the same page, 24 tons of it were used in a warship, so apparently most, but not all, was recycled.

Curious though that all of it wasn't preserved, since, if it had been, there wouldn't have been a need to play guessing games with computer simulations. Actual forensic inspection could have confirmed or denied whatever they had tortured the computer into modeling; they would have been able to inspect the shape of the actual wreckage to see if it fell apart that way.

The usefulness of the wreckage is obvious and indisputable, so its destruction, to any degree, is inexplicable.

cmain said...

Some info here:

http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM2VYH

It claims that it was commissioned as part of the World Firefighters' Games held in Christchurch in 2002.

lwtc247 said...

Mr Zucconi. We missed you.

I'm sure early on it was reported that it was all disposed of. Alex Jones probably said it.

My higher degree in loonology made me side with such claims as I had no real way of knowing either way.

However a few years back, the first I heard of 'remaining steel debris' was by Prof Steve Jones.

I think SJ mentioned there was steel in a junk yard across the Hudson(?) and He may have sampled this (can't quite remember - sorry; hey this is starting to resemble a BBC popular science article!)

and he analysed some dust/debris from which the strong suggestion of thermate use came about (via elemental X-ray analysis) as well as MOLTEN STEEL spherulites, meaning the fires 'explanation' of structure failure was, like virtually all of official 9-11 stuff, mega pantaloons.

Hope you quickly get to love NZ

Anti_NWO said...

Well, I suppose it is better than leaving firefighters to die of the toxic dust that was at ground zero on 9\11 with no treatment help...

DE said...

Certainly missed you. What the frack are you going to do in eenzeed?


(by the way, please annoint a successor.)

lwtc247 said...

BBC Plagerism?

Secrets of the Wizard of Oz


http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/7933175.stm

Brenda said...

Glad to see you posting again, and hope all is well doon there.

x

Suspect Paki said...

Nice to see a post from you. Which remind me, I have no excuse to avoid blogging. Will catch up with you on email soon.

gyg3s said...

Just thought that the way Mark Mardell expresses himself in the following - France throws spanner in car works - is amusing,

"Like some perversion too grotesque to mention nobody actually admits to being a protectionist. They just happen, accidentally almost, to do things that others see as protectionist. Honi soit qui mal y pense."

Of course, if we were talking about parapolitics rather than protectionism, Mardell would be thought of as a conspiracy theorist for such heresy. "They just happen, accidentally almost, to do things that others see as protectionist" indeed!

anon 22:41 said...

Welcome back Stef!

Over here we're only starting to feel the effects of the forced chemotherapy we've all been subjected to since last year. A lot of good will be weeded out with the bad, for a very uncertain recovery, and to delay a most certain death. On the other side of the pond they call it "stimulus".

@gyg3s

At least the French have some industry left to be protectionist about...

I'm just back from a trip in France and there is massive unrest brewing over there. As there should be here as well, but we're trapped in some sort of Uncle Tom mentality. Too many of us talk like Rupert Murdoch because they're sitting behind a desk. Anyway, as the French would say, Sarkozy is "pissing into a violin", he's pushing water up a hill with a rake.

paul said...

Theres a load of debris in the Fresh Kills Landfill (that ought to be a joke but isnt) in Staten Island. I think its under armed guard, or at least used to be.