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Sherlock Holmes, Norwood Builder, and Operation Northwoods

Posted 27 Jul 2012 at 01:07 AM by TruthMakesPeace

In the case of 9/11, 99.999% of the military was just following orders.
They were confused by about 10 training simulation exercises similar to the actual events going on.

We must keep in perspective that top Generals have plotted false flag attacks before 9/11.
So this is nothing new. Remember Operation Northwoods.

This plan was approved by all the JCoS, and presented to SoD McNamara and PotUS JFK.
A Remote Controlled Plane was to be blown up, to be blamed on the Cubans, to justify
in the eyes of the American public, an attack on Cuba to remove Castro.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Northwoods

Fortunately, JFK did not approve it, and removed Admiral Lemnitzer as the head of the Joint Chiefs.

Where did Lemnitzer get the name Operation Northwoods?
Where did it come from? Cuba is not north. No woods were involved.
Many think it is just a random name. Here's a theory.

Like many boys, Lemnizer may have read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
One adventure was called The Norwood Builder.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Adv...orwood_Builder
Norwood is short for North Woods.
Let's look at the plot.

Jonas Oldacre, a retired builder from Norwood, names John McFarlane as the sole beneficiary in his will,
and invites the young Notary Public John to his house to sign and notarize the papers. Later that night,
Jonas dies from being struck and burned into a skeleton, identifiable from remains of his clothes.

A bloody fingerprint of Johns, plus his cane, were found at Jonas' house.
Inspector Lastrade of Scotland Yard is certain that John did the murder, and should hang.
John reads in The London Times that the police consider him the prime suspect,
and everyone should look for him. He seeks help from Sherlock Holmes at 221 Baker Street.

Inspector Lastrade follows a tip and arrests John at Sherlock's home.
Lastrade gloats to Sherlock that he has found the murderer quickly.
The case is open and shut. John obviously murdered Jonas to get the inheritance.

Sherlock Holmes is the only one in London who is skeptical.
He studies Jonas' burnt room, and notices an oddity in the finger print.
He goes undercover as a tramp, and learns from a tramp that his homeless friend is missing.
His friend had gone to Jonas' house for food and clothes.

Sherlock and Dr. Watson find Jonas' will which had John's thumb print in wax as notaries did in those days.
Sherlock deduces that the thumb print could be used as a template for the bloody thumb print.

Watson discovers that Jonas had a lot of bills, and transferred all his funds to an alias name Cornelius.
Sherlock deduces that Jonas has faked his own death, burned a tramp, and planted the fingerprint,
so that he could escape his creditors, and get revenge on John's mother who jilted him in the past.

Jonas was a builder, and built a special hidden room, known only to his house mistress.
Sherlock and the London police burn some papers and shout fire, to get Jonas to come out
and arrest him for attempted fraud and killing a tramp.

This is a "false flag operation" - doing a crime and setting up someone else to blame.

As with the Norwood Builder story of Sherlock Holmes, Operation Northwoods was to stage a killing
involving a fire, kill innocent person(s), and blame the murder on someone else, Castro.
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