Must watch: The Untold Tale of the 9/11 Boatlift

HUMAN NATURE EXPOSES ITS WONDERFUL ESSENCE ONCE AGAIN!

While the promoters of the idea of Parens Patraie (government as parent) have managed to keep the amazing boatlift story out of the public’s awareness, it was an amazing feat and a beautiful example of the old adage, “Necessity is the mother of invention”.

The great boatlift of 9/11 became the largest sea evacuation in history. Larger than the evacuation of Dunkirk in World War II, where 339,000 British and French soldiers were rescued over the course of nine days. On 9/11 nearly 500,000 civilians were rescued from Manhattan by boat. It took less than nine hours.

There is most assuredly a reason this was never broadcasted widely.  The controllers wish to portray us all as wild animals in need of their control. In fact the Game Theory, which is the source of their playbook, is predicated on us all behaving competitively (selfishly) not cooperatively. When we cooperate, which we need to do more, it screws up their “predictive analytics”. The controllers most assuredly do not want us to use our collective wisdom to find our own solutions. If humanity was ever allowed to reach our full potential, it would bring an end to the controllers reign of terror on our planet.

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7 responses to “Must watch: The Untold Tale of the 9/11 Boatlift

  1. Pingback: The 9/11 Great Boat Lift And Human Nature | OUR GREATER DESTINY

  2. I’d like to know if it is possible to obtain a copy of this video. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you for whatever info you may be able to provide.
    Sincerely,Dianne

  3. i think wat u say is right on

  4. You forgot to mention ‘bring a hankie’. Wow – all these years later & i’d not heard of this. Astonishing! Thank you so much for bringing it to your readers’ attention.

  5. This article re-blogged in it’s entirety at ‘Finding Truth in an Illusory World’

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