GOD BLESS YOU DAN, EXCELLENT ! WELLDONE THIS NEEDS TO BE OUT AND LOUD, A HUGE SHOUT OUT TO YOU AND THOSE WHO SUPPORT YOU AND MADE IT POSSIBLE ! CHEERS – A
Since 9/11, world governments and the western mainstream media have perpetuated the lies of 9/11 through repeated news and other broadcasts that have saturated the minds of citizens globally through this perpetual propaganda barrage. It may be argued that many, if not most, of the global populace question the official narrative but the concentrated bombardment of disinformation continues and will increase with the arrival of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Please do not fall for it.
More than any other group in the world, Muslims have suffered the greatest losses as a result of the lies told about 9/11. Millions of Muslims and others have either been killed, maimed or displaced from their homelands in the middle east and south Asia based on these lies. It would be unheard of for any corporate controlled western media outlet to even question the official 9/11 narrative. Consequently, the only hope is to arouse the attention of news media outlets in the middle east and south Asia where the bulk of the Muslim population lives.
On September 9th, I was invited to appear as a guest of Pakistani Aaj TV host Shaukat Paracha in Islamabad to discuss these lies and other important matters concerning 9/11 including the employment of the uninterruptible autopilot to remotely guide aircraft to their target destinations that fateful day. The bulk of the interview is conducted in Urdu, Pakistan’s native language, but my part in English. Please take the time to listen to what I have to say and share the video on your favorite social media outlets and kindly forward this email to interested and concerned family members, friends, and neighbors.
Captain Dan Hanley interview on Pakistan’s Aaj TV
Also please “Like” the video and add your comments at the bottom of the YouTube page. Aaj TV staff and host Shaukat Paracha must be commended for their courage, honesty, and integrity in producing this interview. Stay tuned. There will be many interviews on Pakistani and other news outlets to follow.
If you are a print or TV news journalist and wish to contact me for an interview, please respond to this email or call 0300-555-0644 in Pakistan or (92) 300-555-0644 internationally.
Your continued cooperation and support is greatly appreciated.
Captain Dan Hanley (retired)