Dean Hartwell/Misdirection/Copyright 2010
Children often fall for a simple trick. Someone tells them to look in one direction while someone
hides their toy in the opposite direction. This trick works over and over until the child catches on
that maybe they should not take the other person’s word at face value.
Magicians use the same ploy with a better sleight of hand. They convince the audience that they
are not hiding anything under their hat or up their sleeves and just when they have the audience
focused on their hat, they move an object from another location into place near the hat, ready to
be shown at the right moment.
Our leaders have conveyed the official story of what happened on 9/11 in the same manner.
First, they have told us a tale so often repeated that many repeat it instinctively: that nineteen
hijackers from Al-Qaeda, who followed a radical branch of the Islamic religion, hijacked four
planes on that day, killed the pilots and directed the planes into landmark buildings, the World
Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon.
The repetition of this story has caused the day of 9/11 to be linked forever with New York City
in the public’s minds. And the constant showing of planes striking the towers has served as
sufficient proof to most of the public that the official story must be true.
But we have been misdirected.
This essay will demonstrate that the official story merely serves to distract us from seeing what
the magician really does. Every basic part of the story will be identified and deconstructed to
show the reader the identity of the plotters, their true intentions and the manner in which they
carried out the plan and cover-up.
Nineteen hijackers? You will see that the hijackers were just names offered to the public as
scapegoats and not people who actually participated in the crimes.
Planes? There were planes, but none of the planes identified in the official story actually struck
Passengers? People were on planes linked to the crime, but they were not victims.
Bin Laden? He had nothing to do with this crime.
The misdirection worked well enough to fool about two-thirds of the population into falling for
the official story. Instead of only looking for planes in New York, the Pentagon and Shanksville
(none of which had plane parts that matched to the planes officially noted), we find the planes to
the west. Passengers appeared in Cleveland and those who support the official theory have tried
to suppress this magician mistake.