The 9/11 Crash Test Project Video: Tired of War Without End
Introduction to the 9/11 Crash Test project:
Tired of War Without End
Published by Steve De'ak on
Introduction to the 9/11 Crash Test project:
Tired of War Without End
The people seen hanging out of the windows on 9/11, and the jumpers, are a sensitive subject for everyone, truthers and true believers alike. There are basically two camps of beliefs: In my experience there Read more…
Archive here:https://fakeotube.com/video/5660/fak671-simon-shack-and-steve-deak?channelName=Fakeologist When it comes to 9/11 research, Simon Shack’s classic, “September Clues,” was a real eye opener for me. Whether or not you believe the planes were real planes (reinforced or not), “CGI,” or Read more…
Ab Irato – or Fakeologist – was my first interview. If I recall, I was also his first interview. Here is a video, ten years later, where a listener going by the moniker of “Boogieman,” Read more…
911truthnc.org · September 2, 2012 at 6:02 pm
Like your website. Wished I had enough initiative!
As a trained software engineer with a MS in computer science.
These 2 articles present the strongest argument for what bought down the towers.
Like to hear your rebuttals.
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Yankee451 · September 5, 2012 at 9:16 pm
Nukes are a red-herring. Don’t lets waste any more effort on the subject, okay?
tsisageya · May 1, 2013 at 4:55 pm
Well, it’s official. We’re not living in the Matrix. We’re living in the Truman Show. It’s all about the money, the commercials. Wow.
That’s heavy.(<—not sarcasm) I just found you today via Simon, accidentally. Out of the blue I googled no plane 911 and there you were. lol Maybe we'll escape with Truman after all.
Yankee451 · May 1, 2013 at 8:40 pm
Hello whoever you are.
What the hell are you saying?
tsisageya · May 1, 2013 at 5:11 pm
Oh, I forgot to mention. The reason I went back to 911 is because of the Boston Bullshit. Funny how that worked.
Yankee451 · May 1, 2013 at 8:41 pm
I don’t find anything funny about it. Why do you, and what the hell are you talking about?
tsisageya · May 1, 2013 at 5:26 pm
No offense, but was the donation-to-good-causes schpiel satirical? I hope so.
tsisageya · May 1, 2013 at 5:47 pm
Also too, the Big Project—satirical? Just say yes.
Yankee451 · May 1, 2013 at 8:43 pm
No, but because I’m all alone and pay my own way, it takes me time to pay for shit. If you’ve got a point, make it or fuck off.
tsisageya · May 2, 2013 at 8:38 am
Wow, it didn’t take long for you to prove you really are a dick. Good to know.
Yankee451 · May 2, 2013 at 8:41 am
I suppose when an anonymous stranger comes up to you and ridicules your hard work you say “thank you”?
Seriously, fuck off.
tsisageya · May 3, 2013 at 7:39 pm
No, I’m sincere. i was with you completely until you started hawking for money for worthy causes. Also, fundraising for a reenactment of 911? Please. It’s all there already.
tsisageya · May 3, 2013 at 7:42 pm
Also, OBVIOUSLY, you’ve never seen The Truman Show. GAWL!!!
Yankee451 · May 3, 2013 at 9:31 pm
One thing my parents did right was to “punish” me by giving away our television when I was 9; it was a habit that stuck. I don’t watch TeeVee and I don’t watch many movies; does that make me a bad person?
tsisageya · May 4, 2013 at 7:33 am
No, of course not. I’m a little envious actually. The Truman Show is about a man who was born in, and is living his life inside of, a movie set and doesn’t know it. It’s a giant “reality” show that the rest of the world watches obsessively. He begins to see clues though and finally awakens to the fact that it’s all fake. Even the weather is fake. The sun, the moon, wife, friends, father—fake. Only one person tries to let him know and she’s fired from the “show”.
It’s one of my favorite movies. These days I refer to it often.
Yankee451 · May 4, 2013 at 7:56 am
Oh I see – pardon my testy attitude – I take back the “fuck offs”. After sparring with the intellectually-stunted blowhards at JREF, I assume everyone’s gunning for me, please forgive me.
For the record, the ‘big project’ is meant to make people think – I’d be surprised as hell if it actually occurred, but I’m moving forward as if it will.
One thing the “truth movement” doesn’t do is try to reach the mainstream. Most of them are content with preaching to the choir and poking fingers in each others’ eyes (of which I am guilty); but the 9/11 Crash Test is intended to be as much of a publicity stunt as it is an experiment. I fully expect to be declined a test, but the point is to force the test centers into that uncomfortable position. If I get all my engineering ducks in a row, there should be no reason a test center won’t give me a quote, so you can see how forcing this issue puts certain people in a bind. Why would they decline my test if they allowed the Mythbusters wannabes to cut a car in half?
I will pay for the engineering fees out of pocket so there is no need to hawk for public money unless hell freezes over and a test center gives me a written quote for test-center time. Although I’d love to conduct the test, it has already succeeded by exposing those within the truth movement who are disingenuous.
tsisageya · May 4, 2013 at 8:13 am
Oh I see now. And please forgive me for seeming to ridicule your idea. I can be a real douchebag sometimes, though don’t mean to be. I understand better now and cheer you for your efforts. I think I came across as flippant and dismissive. I’m sorry for that. I do revisit 911 pretty often, most recently since Boston. That’s when I started paying more attention to the no-plane theory. The cognitive dissonance seems never-ending.
Yankee451 · May 4, 2013 at 8:18 am
Fair enough, but in re-reading your posts I think it was I who was the douchebag – you’re right, I need to stop being paranoid.
tsisageya · May 5, 2013 at 12:36 pm
I think there’s a saying that says: Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you.
I do understand that part. Trust no one, or hardly anyone anyway.
Yankee451 · May 5, 2013 at 2:15 pm
Actually I’m back to trusting everyone unless given a reason not to. I went public because I realized the people I have a beef with have known who I am and where I live for quite some time, so I was only effectively hiding from the people I was trying to reach. What I meant by paranoia is I thought you were a denizen from the JREF forums – it was they who those “fuck offs” were directed at; I hate the bastards. They’ve censored hundreds of my posts and closed down my threads, so I have little patience left for those lying cretins. Nothing personal, but I thought you were one of “them”.
tsisageya · May 5, 2013 at 2:21 pm
Yes, I know. That’s what I’m trying to say. Why are you trying to Mansplain? We are in agreement.
(Kidding, on the square. Do you know who Al Franken is, at least? And kidding on the square? GAWL!!!)
tsisageya · May 5, 2013 at 2:25 pm
Oh, and I’ve often said in my life: I trust you until you give me a reason not to.
So, again, we’re in agreement.
Yankee451 · May 5, 2013 at 3:17 pm
har – mansplain –
I know Franken, it’s good to see his comic background being put to good use in the Senate.
tsisageya · May 5, 2013 at 3:05 pm
Not that I admire Al Franken anymore.
Yankee451 · May 5, 2013 at 3:19 pm
Poor fella. He had such promise.
tsisageya · May 5, 2013 at 3:27 pm
He sure did seem to, alright.
Pablo · August 8, 2014 at 8:09 pm
Hey Steve & tsisageya,
I’ve just found your site Steve. I had already watched all you you-tube videos (earlier today). So I came here all enthusiastic; but ran into your back-and-forths with tsisageya – and thought – whoa nelly, more flaming.
It was such a pleasant surprise to see both of you hang in there long enough to get past the initial BUMP I the road. Kudos to both of you,
P.S. I grew up in the 1950’s on the East Coast. Saw tons of nasty racism (especially in the Deep South – the three-bathroom system & the gang-bang beatings). Got inspired by a couple of black-white duos in the NBA (West-Baylor, Big “O” – Jerry Lucas); decided to dedicate my life to fighting injustice.
Spent a full ten years, 40+ hours a week fighting to end the US slaughter of millions of Vietnamese/Indochinese; and have kept at it since then (a never-ending series of organizing efforts).
Since 911, I’ve mostly been trying to find somebody / some group to work with.
Maybe you’re it?
Yankee451 · August 8, 2014 at 10:02 pm
I can flame with the best (or worst?) of them, much to my wife’s dismay. I can only say I am only human and my passion gets the better of me sometimes and sometimes some people just have it coming ;-), but I do know it always undermines my position when I lose my cool.
If you want to hitch your wagon to my slow boat you’re quite welcome. I am in the process trying to squeeze out some time to produce a couple new videos but if you’ve seen my older videos you know what I’m about. Do you think you’d be up for running the 9/11 Crash Test fundraising effort? Tons of paperwork and it’ll probably not make any money but the whole point is to use one or more of the fundraising sites such as Kickstarter to spread the word about 9/11 and who knows, we might raise enough money to actually do the crash test. We need to draw up a project plan with detailed expenses (travel, lodging, engineering, etc.), create a new video to explain the project in detail, and then go for the fundraising. Who knows what could happen.
Rocket sleds in the desert – it’s worth a shot. You up for it?