Greg Fernandez is a strong believer in Jesus Christ, a 9/11 truth seeker, a writer, a vocal artist and a man who does not believe in race, religion, stereo types, putting people into categories, the Democrat/Republican system or the label of politics.
FALSE FLAG 2
by Gregory J. Fernandez Jr.
Published Oct 29, 2009
Genre: SELF-HELP / General
- We Have Some Questions That Need Answers
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The facts speak for themselves. The information in this book is intended to encourage critical thinking about world affairs. Unanswered questions about events like 9/11, JFK, the Iraq War and a secret Shadow World Elite have inspired ordinary people, like you and me, to speak out about truth, get educated about the constitution, research false flag operations, spread peace, speak out against tyranny, against the two party system, the global empire, torture, murder, Recon-By-Fire operations and the current state of foreign affairs.
Greg Fernandez, in his sequel to “False Flag”, provides testimony by fire fighters, police, paramedics and government officials that should be mainstream news, but for some reason are not. Examine the information, critique the information, smear the information, but please do not ignore this. “There comes a time when silence is betrayal,” Martin Luther King Jr.
Quotes of people professing a new world order is needed to allow me to present the evidence without much of my own commentary. Once again, the information is public knowledge yet it is not mainstream news. Why not? Books like “False Flag 2: Falling” do not try to provide many answers, instead the information is presented to you in order for your own critical thinking to take place. Those who believe in this truth have the confidence to lay out the facts and let the people decide for themselves. Too bad the media and our government wouldn’t properly do the same.
CHAPTER – FIRE FIGHTERS HEAR EXPLOSIONS
“A plane just hit the trade center...There was a lady on fire right outside of the door. My buddy Teddy Rivera had a can, he was puttin’ her out. That might of saved his life...By the time we got around to the corner, to the west side, there was 30 floors of fire. So we’re standin’ there in the lobby. We’re getting’ it together. I look down to my right and the elevators exploded, some kind of like a Bruce Willis Die Hard Movie. People just come runnin’ out of the elevators on fire. Fire ball. We were in there for maybe five minutes. Five minutes and the elevators exploded on us. Yeah, we said somethin’s wrong here. The plane hit up on the 80th floor...I mean in five minutes, in all of a sudden now the elevators are exploding on the first level of the Lobby? ” - John Schroeder, 911 Fire Fighter
The following is a quote from Mayor Giuliani during an interview on 9/11 with Peter Jennings for ABC News. “I went down to the scene and we set up headquarters at 75 Barkley Street, which was right there with the Police Commissioner, the Fire Commissioner, the Head of Emergency Management, and we were operating out of there when we were told that the World Trade Center was going to collapse. And it did collapse before we could actually get out of the building, so we were trapped in the building for 10, 15 minutes, and finally found an exit and got out, walked north, and took a lot of people with us.”
“Let’s remember something. The smoke there was getting progressively darker. Now any fireman will tell you when smoke is getting darker it means the fire is cooling. It’s not getting hotter. It’s being deprived oxygen. Like when you have a camp fire up at the lake and you throw dirt down on it [or] water. What happens? It smokes because it’s being deprived oxygen. All I ask for is the truth. But let’s remember, we in America today like to say we want to hear the truth. We like to fell we want to hear the truth. Then why is it that we attack all the truth tellers?” - Jesse Ventura
On September 11th, 2001, there were multiple firefighters who “mention” or believe that they “heard” (sometimes ‘mistakenly’) an explosion or explosions in either the North or the South Tower.
“There was what appeared to be at first an explosion.” – Chief Frank Cruthers (Oral History: Chief Frank Cruthers, 4)
“All of a sudden, it almost…sounded like bombs going off, like boom, boom, boom, like seven or eight.” – Firefighter Thomas Turilli (Oral History: Firefighter Thomas Turilli, 4)
“I heard the explosion, looked up, and saw like three floors explode, saw the antenna coming down.” – Firefighter Kevin Gorman (Oral History: Firefighter Kevin Gorman)
“As we are looking up at the building…It looked like the building was blowing out on all four sides. We actually heard the pops. Didn’t realize it was the falling…you heard the pops of the building.” – Firefighter Joseph Meola (Oral History: Firefighter Joseph Meola)
“We were…watching the North Tower and not even paying attention to the South Tower…then you look up…the building didn’t come down, it shot straight out over our heads, like straight across West Street.” – Fire Marshall John Murray (Oral History: Fire Marshall John Murray, 6)
“I was distracted by a large explosion from the South Tower and it seemed like fire was shooting out a couple of hundred feet in each direction…maybe twenty floors below the impact area of the plane.” – Firefighter William Reynolds (Oral History: Firefighter William Reynolds)