According to Troy Space:
Yet another Jesuit-trained agent involved in the orchestration of 9/11.
How many hours did this cretin have the "scrambled" planes stand down & from how many states away did they fly in from? Do the research. Excuses of ineptitude or confusion do not cut it.
Good riddance to this co-conspirator, may his high-level cohorts of 2001 join him soon in Hell. Same for the slimeball U.S. mainstream media who promote these traitorous, treasonous, covert terrorists as heroes.
For a sampling of the others acting under Rome's instructions & involved in the events of that day of false-flage state-sponsored terrorism see:
For a reminder of Rome's agenda of "fighting the infidel in the Orient" see:
The "infidel" in question are primarily the Shia - whose belief in the spirituality of Mohammed's bloodline is a spiritual threat to the Papacy, which can stand no competition. Iraqi is primarily Shia & is the centre of Shiite Islam.
The Arab leaders are pawns of & traitors to their own people, same as the Israeli elites.
For more on Arab leaders deferring to Rome & her agents see:
These "crusades" on the have been decades in the planning, centuries in waiting. The events of 9/11 were tailor made to kick off the drawn out beginnings of the Third World War, which in combination with the planned economic collapse of the UK & the USA will be the conduit events for the culmination of the bringing about of the New World Order global government under Rome's direction, whether covert or otherwise.
Reality Research Resource
D.C. Crash Kills General Who Scrambled Jets on 9/11AP – Maj. Gen. David F. Wherley Jr., retired commanding general of the D.C. National Guard
June 24 (Bloomberg) -- David F. Wherley Jr., the head of the who scrambled jets over the city during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, was among those killed in the worst commuter train crash in the city’s history, officials said.
Wherley’s wife, Ann, was also among the nine people killed when a train plowed into the rear of a stopped train during rush hour on June 22, Quintin Peterson, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police Department, said in a telephone interview. Both were 62 and lived in southeast Washington.
Wherley was commander of the 113th Fighter Wing at Andrews Air Force base in Maryland during the September 2001 terrorist attacks and sent up aircraft with orders to protect the White House and the Capitol, according to the 9/11 Commission report.
He commanded the from 2003 to 2008, the unit said in a statement.
“I had the opportunity to work with him as he commanded the troops here in D.C. and as he sent them off to war,” said at a news conference yesterday. “He was as fine a public servant and as dedicated to the United States of America and everything that is great about this country as anyone I have ever met.”
The operator of the train, Jeanice McMillan, 42, of Springfield, Virginia, was also killed, according to Angela Gates, a spokeswoman for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
Others Who Died
The others who died were Mary Doolittle, 59, of northwest Washington; Veronica Dubose, 29, of northwest Washington; Ana Fernandez, 40, of Hyattsville, Maryland; Dennis Hawkins, 64, of southeast Washington; Lavonda King, 23, of northeast Washington and Cameron Williams, 37, whose address wasn’t available, Peterson said.
Wherley established the D.C. National Guard’s Youth Challenge program, according to the guard’s statement. The residential program offers academic instruction, physical training and discipline to young people including high school dropouts, according to its Web site.
“General Wherley was not only the quintessential -- he also made valuable contributions to our community,” said Senator Mary Landrieu, a Democrat from Louisiana, according to the guard’s statement. Landrieu said the Youth Challenge program “has changed the lives of thousands of at-risk children in D.C. and around the country.”
Wherley flew T-38 training jets and F-105 Thunderchief and F-4 Phantom combat jets during a military career that began in 1969, according to the guard’s statement. It said he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Fordham Jesuit University in New York City in 1969, and a master’s in business administration from the University of Maryland in 1977.
The Wherleys left a son, David, who is a noncommissioned officer in the , a daughter, Betsy, and one grandchild, according to the guard. Golden Knights
The Order of the Eastern Star is linked with significant participants in the strictly anti-freeway movement, with the Committee of 100 on the Federal City, founded by Frederic Delano, nephew to 32nd U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and brother in law to railroad industry attorney Edward Burling, co-founder of the powerhouse, Masonically connected Washington, D.C. law firm Covington & Burling.
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