In the wake of the tragic collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, a stunned Mayor Charles Burkett cast doubt over the possibility of a natural collapse, raising the possibility that criminals may have “pulled” (demolished) the building. Pointing out that the building had “pancaked,” the mayor pointedly remarked:
“It’s hard to imagine how this could have happened. Buildings just don’t fall down. There’s no reason for this building to go down like that unless someone literally pulls the supports out from underneath.”
Burkett’s remark about someone “pulling” the building echoed the post-9/11 remarks of Larry Silverstein, the reputed organized crime figure who confessed on PBS’s video America Rebuilds that he and other parties made the decision to “pull” World Trade Center Building 7. The obvious controlled demolition of WTC-7, alongside Silverstein’s videotaped confession, is the “smoking gun” proving that 9/11 was a false flag inside job.
Coincidentally, Silverstein’s friend and fellow Kosher Nostra real estate shyster, Jared Kushner, lives one block from the collapsed apartment building.
Was Champlain Towers South worth more dead than alive? Was it, like Silverstein’s World Trade Center, massively overinsured just prior to the “collapse”? Will the mobbed-up owner demand double indemnity, like Silverstein did, blaming “two entirely separate and unrelated sinkholes”—just as Silverstein claimed it for the “two entirely separate and unrelated terrorist attacks on 9/11 (the two planes)”?
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Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.