Insider Trading 9/11…Unresolved

By Lars Schall

A fairly long, in-depth exposition of foreknowledge in the financial markets prior to 9/11. Building on Mike Ruppert’s work in “Crossing the Rubicon”, Schall interviews Max Keiser, Jim Rickards, Catherine Fitts and Kevin Ryan and gets various public agencies on record. A bit technical in spots, but provides an essential background for understanding the machinations of these sociopaths.

“This excerpt deals in particular with the activities in put options, which occurred around Tuesday, September 11, 2001 to an abnormal extent, and at the beginning with a software that played a role here: the”Prosecutor’s Management Information System”, abbreviated PROMIS. PROMIS is a software program that seems to be fitted with almost “magical” abilities.Furthermore, it is the subject of a decades-long dispute between its inventor, BillHamilton, and various people / institutions associated with intelligence agencies,military and security consultancy firms.

“I asked the financial journalist Max Keiser, who for years had worked on Wall Street as a stock and options trader specifically about the put option trades. Keiser pointed out in this context that he “had spoken with many brokers in the towers of the World Trade Center around that time. I heard firsthand about the airline put trade from brokers at Cantor Fitzgerald days before.” He then talked with me about an explosive issue, on which Mike Ruppert elaborated in detail in “Crossing the Rubicon.”

“As far as the abnormal option trades around 9/11 are concerned, I want to giveMax Keiser the last word in order to point out the significance of the story.
 Max Keiser:
” Regardless of who did it, we can know that more than a few had advance warning – the trading in the option market makes that clear”

 

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