June 11, 2012
As the Infowars Report Contest moves forward in the process to find a winner, another interesting entry has surfaced, raising an interesting anomaly in a series of odd pre-9/11 references to the Twin Towers. Contestant Bruce Montalvo visits the casino strip in Las Vegas in attempt to find out why?
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From Wikipedia: The property opened on January 3, 1997. The project, which was first announced in 1994, was a joint venture of MGM Grand Inc. and Primadonna Resorts.
After the September 11, 2001 attacks, people spontaneously sent various tributes to New York-New York, especially t-shirts from police, fire and rescue departments around the country. These are displayed along the fence in front of the “Lady Liberty” replica. Eventually, they added a permanent memorial. The twin towers of the World Trade Center have never been included in the skyscrapers depicted in the resort’s facade; it is claimed the facade is meant to represent New York City as it was in the 1940s.
Perhaps what Wikipedia says about a nostalgic 1940s New York is valid, or perhaps there’s more to the story. That’s why Montalvo attempted to get answers from the management, and even from the architect himself.
Whatever the reasons in Las Vegas, Bruce Montalvo’s piece corresponds with Alex Jones’ recent report on a creepy collection of 9/11 premonitions. The real reasons for all these bizarre examples will perhaps never be uncovered.
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