(I posted this originally in May of 2015. Thought I would republish it today, the 14th anniversary of 9/11)
by Scott Creighton
Someone has been asking me about my views on what happened at the Pentagon on Sept. 11th, 2001 and so I figured I would post a quick list of 96 of my best 9/11 related writing in chronological order. I know 9/11 and other false flags are the trains that already hit us and I usually try to focus on the ones steaming down the tracks right at us like these “trade” agreements, the Freedom Act and other nightmares currently in the making. But looking back over how we got here in the first place does help and remembering the Truth Movement as it once was may be a little inspiring to some, depressing to others.
This list, though it is long, is not quite complete. There were some articles I wrote on 9/11 that I am sure I lazily tagged as “uncategorized” and others I wrote prior to creating the “Scott’s 9/11 Writing” category. A few others I left out because they were simply examples of in-fighting in the movement. What’s included here I think are valuable contributions to the Truth movement that I have been able to make over the years.
Below the list of articles are some original drawings I created to explain various aspects of what I believe the demolition process looked like. This is as good a way as any for me to reflect back on my own personal journey so I’m going to post these in chronological order complete with links and a few graphics I created along the way to figuring out what really happened on Sept. 11, 2001.
To answer the question the reader put to me about what happened at the Pentagon, you should read the several articles I wrote about Dwain Deets. He ended up being in the Truth Movement for a while promoting everything from the Fly Over theory to Ray Beams from Space. In the end he swears that Flight 77 hit the Pentagon. He also just happened to be the leading engineer at NASA developing things like… drones and remote piloting systems. Yep. He headed up the program that made the Global Hawk. Some interesting chats he and I had.