Monday, July 01, 2013


Barbara Honegger, M.S., worked as a researcher at the Hoover Institution before joining the Ronald Reagan administration as a researcher and policy analyst in 1980. Honegger served as Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President and White House Policy Analyst (1981-83) and headed Reagan's gender discrimination agency review before resigning in August 1983. Her bona fides and allegiance were definitely on the conservative side. Honegger is now Senior Military Affairs Journalist at the Naval Postgraduate School (1995-present), the Navy’s graduate science, technology and national security affairs university. 

In the following lecture given in Seattle in January of this year, she presents a well-researched, documented account of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, which differs in many ways from any other reports you may have heard, either from the government or from 9/11 conspiracy theorists.  This is an eye-opener, to say the least.  Should be of interest to everyone, but it's probable that only the curious truth seekers among us will take the time to view it.  If you do view it, I guarantee you will be in for a number of big surprises about the whats, whys and wherefores of 9/11.
The compelling evidence she presents is hard to refute, since it is backed by on-the-scene photographs and persuasive eye-witnesses' accounts. 
  Highly recommended.

9/11 Pentagon Attack - Behind the Smoke Curtain - Barbara Honegger

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Barbara Honegger's presentation titled "Behind the Smoke Curtain" in Seattle's Town Hall Theater ...

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