From television shows to movies and cartoons, the Twin Towers in Hollywood film have been a prime target for forces of evil to target. But why are the Twin Towers a primary target in these old films and cartoons? Before 9/11 when people thought New York they thought of the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building.
There are many, many images of the Twin Towers falling or on fire within a number of different types of media. We’re just going to show a few strange anomalies.
Release Date: July 1st 1998, 3 years before 9/11
Commentary: Strange how this shot was taken so elegantly and clearly if you watch the film. From the shot showing chaos of meteorites falling from the sky, this shot is shown immediately after the chaos has stopped and the aftermath of the onslaught is shown. This could have been a mere coincidence, right?
Release Date: May 28th 1993, 8 years before 9/11
Commentary: This shot was taken quickly taken and was to show how the Twin Tower’s became “Koopa’s Tower.” Why the Twin Towers being chosen Koopa’s Tower? We’ll never know. But the similarity to the Armageddon shot is shocking… as a matter a fact if you look at the other picture you’ll see that both shots have the same tower damaged… Strange.
Release Date: September 21st 1997, 4 years before 9/11
Commentary: Lisa trying to convince Homer to go to New York holds up this magazine that has a promo saying that bus tickets are just $9… If you look closely you’ll see the Twin Towers make 9/11. The stranger thing about this episode is that it basically takes place in the Twin Towers. Homer’s car is parked between the Twin Towers for that matter! Yet another strange prediction of 9/11…
Name: The Matrix (film)
Release Date: March 31st 1999, 2 years before 9/11
Commentary: Neo’s passport expires on September 11, 2001… I mean seriously. Of all the dates to choose, of all the years, months and days why September 11th 2001? This was a disturbing little tip of the hat to the date when our personal freedoms would expire… Hopefully one day people will wake up to it.
Then there was the first Lone Gunman episode released in March 2001! 5 months before 9/11 the episode title Pilot was aired. Guess what the plot was about! Yup you guessed it the government taking control of an airplane to crash it straight into the Twin Towers! Don’t believe me? Here’s the video.
This was too much of a coincidence to dismiss… but as usual no commentary from the writers was discussed, no mention of it through the media and whenever it’s brought up it’s instantly dismissed as a tinfoil hat coincidence that’s looked into too much. It looks like the Lone Gunmen were able to derail the plan of crashing the plane into the building but we weren’t as fortunate in real life.
The logical question at this point would be, why would a compromised Hollywood make predictions on a disaster for us to later point out? Well to be honest I don’t know… but what I do know is that these predictions do exist and that a disaster of the century was indeed a hoax.
The drums of war went off as soon as those buildings fell and the American people lusted for blood.
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