The Lone Gunmen TV Show Predicted 911 But Also Stated That The US Was Starting Wars For Political Gain And Money From Weapon Sales

The Lone Gunmen are a trio of fictional characters, Richard “Ringo” Langly, Melvin Frohike and John Fitzgerald Byers, who appeared in recurring roles on the American television series The X-Files, and who starred in the short-lived spin-off, The Lone Gunmen

The first episode aired on March 4, 2001

The eerie scenes of “The Lone Gunmen” – first shown in the US on March 4, 2001 – were witnessed by TV viewers across the world. Down Under Aussie viewers watched the dramatic scenes of the Boeing 727 passenger plane hurtling towards the World Trade Center just 13 days before 9/11 as it was broadcast in Australia for the first time. To them, this was an even stranger event due to how fresh it was in their minds.

Plot – Computer hacker takes control of a Boeing 727 passenger plane and flies it towards the World Trade Center with the specific intention of crashing the plane into one of the Twin Towers.

All the work of a powerful, rogue group within the government whose plan was to put the blame for the World Trade Center attacks on one or more foreign dictators so they can then bomb and overthrow them.

NOTE: The primetime media was massively absent and reluctance to address the storyline of Pilot and its parallels to 9/11. This unto itself is strange.

Robert McLachlan, was the director of photography on The Lone Gunmen. He had words to say, too: “It was odd that nobody referenced it. In the ensuing press, nobody mentioned that [9-11] echoed something that had been seen before.”

Christopher Bollyn stated: “…rather than being discussed in the media as a prescient warning of the possibility of such an attack, the pilot episode of The Lone Gunmen series seemed to have been quietly forgotten.”

Frank Spotnitz was one of the executive producers of The Lone Gunmen. He said: “I woke up on September 11 and saw it on TV and the first thing I thought of was The Lone Gunmen. But then in the weeks and months that followed, almost no one noticed the connection. What’s disturbing about it to me is, you think as a fiction writer that if you can imagine this scenario, then the people in power in the government who are there to imagine disaster scenarios can imagine it, too.”

Here is the clip that everyone is referencing.

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  1. I think to get to the root of this would require some details about the development of the script. That might be a threefold benefit. 1-Maybe the actual script was to crash into the tower instead of a last second aversion. Maybe an actual crash was just too much for the producer to deal with, or other reason. 2- If it was a collaborative effort was there any time during the writing, was a writer in the creative “zone” or possibly accessing existing data during that time. I think more investigation is in order here. Maybe the writer got the idea elsewhere and carried it around a while, and it came from the same source as another prediction.

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    • I would really love to know if the writer achieved that “creative “zone” ” we are now aware of. And if so what other ideas did he write down that we don’t know about.

      On a side note, I also find it interesting that the only detail that didn’t match the actual event theme was the part that the government played. Is it possible that it was a staged event? Is the fiction more accurate than what we the public now understand to be the truth?

      I don’t have enough evidence to believe the government was involved but only time will tell.

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  2. Read somewhere that William Gibson said he left out some ideas in case they came true.

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  3. The entire false flag scenario involving the crashing of a plane into a prominent and important building in New York city was originally a scenario cooked up by the CIA and then head of the CIA, George Herbert Walker Bush.
    , GW senior. It is possible that someone with access to, or possibly a friend or someone that was informed of this false flag operation had passed the idea on and it eventually was heard by the writer of this episode. The only thing I have to question here is the timing involved of the release of this episode as it was only approx. 4 months before the actual event. I also believe the the length of the episode is what led the writer to omit other details of what transpired in the actual event. For instance, the involvement of other planes and locations, the obviously imploded buildings, the brave Americans that fought back on their flight that ended up exploding upon impact into pieces so small all over the Pennsylvania rural landscape and so on. The writer simply gave us enough information that was on the money, yet in a manner that we could still look at it as merely a television show for entertainment and also keep himself out of the way of potential harm by the perpetrators of this horrific crime against the people of the United States. But there is no doubt the writer had to have had advanced knowledge of the events soon to come.


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